Christopher J. Devine
Christopher J. Devine
Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of Dayton
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Ideological social identity: Psychological attachment to ideological in-groups as a political phenomenon and a behavioral influence
CJ Devine
Political Behavior 37 (3), 509-535, 2015
622015
In the eye of the beholder? Motivated reasoning in disputed elections
KC Kopko, SMK Bryner, J Budziak, CJ Devine, SP Nawara
Political behavior 33 (2), 271-290, 2011
302011
Racial attitude effects on voting in the 2008 presidential election: Examining the unconventional factors shaping vote choice in a most unconventional election
HF Weisberg, CJ Devine
Electoral Studies 29 (4), 569-581, 2010
162010
Partisan defection and change in the 2008 US presidential election
HF Weisberg, CJ Devine
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 20 (2), 213-240, 2010
142010
The Vice Presidential Home State Advantage Reconsidered: Analyzing the Interactive Effect of Home State Population and Political Experience, 1884‐2008
CJ Devine, KC Kopko
Presidential Studies Quarterly 41 (1), 1-17, 2011
122011
Presidential Versus Vice Presidential Home State Advantage: A Comparative Analysis of Electoral Significance, Causes, and Processes, 1884‐2008
CJ Devine, KC Kopko
Presidential Studies Quarterly 43 (4), 814-838, 2013
112013
Social issues, authoritarianism, and ideological conceptualization: How policy dimensions and psychological factors influence ideological labeling
CJ Devine
Political Psychology 33 (4), 531-552, 2012
112012
The VP advantage: how running mates influence home state voting in presidential elections
CJ Devine, KC Kopko
Manchester University Press, 2016
7*2016
Ideological Social Identity: How Psychological Attachment to Ideological Groups Shapes Political Attitudes and Behaviors
CJ Devine
The Ohio State University, 2011
42011
What if Hillary Clinton Had Gone to Wisconsin? Presidential Campaign Visits and Vote Choice in the 2016 Election
CJ Devine
The Forum 16 (2), 211-234, 2018
22018
Why Liberals Don‟ t Call Themselves Liberals: An Empirical Assessment of Party Elites‟ Disparate Use of Ideological and Group-Based Public Rhetoric
CJ Devine
Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association. Chicago, 2010
22010
Will Tim Kaine Deliver Virginia (and Catholics)? Don’t Count on It
KC Kopko, CJ Devine
The Washington Post, 2016
12016
5 Things You Need to Know About How Third-Party Candidates Did in 2016
CJ Devine, KC Kopko
The Washington Post, 2016
12016
Is Anxiety About Immigration a Response to Perceptions of Risk or Uncertainty?
S Bryner, C Devine, M Neblo
12010
Bringing Voters into the Equation: An Individual‐Level Analysis of the Vice Presidential Home State Advantage
CJ Devine, KC Kopko
Presidential Studies Quarterly, 2019
2019
Closing the Gap: Collaborating with Research Librarians to Improve Information Literacy in the Political Science Classroom
CJ Devine, H Gauder, MC Pautz
Journal of Political Science Education, 1-18, 2019
2019
Voter Mobilization 101: Presidential Campaign Visits to Colleges and Universities in the 2016 Election
CJ Devine
PS: Political Science & Politics 52 (2), 261-266, 2019
2019
Split Tickets? On the Strategic Allocation of Presidential Versus Vice Presidential Campaign Visits in 2016
CJ Devine, KC Kopko
SAGE Open 8 (3), 2158244018796883, 2018
2018
# TeamGov: On the Political Experience, Campaign Messaging, and Electoral Performance of Johnson-Weld 2016.
CJ Devine, KC Kopko
2018
What Trump’s Picks for the Presidential Medal of Freedom Say about Him
EF McClellan, CJ Devine, KC Kopko
The Conversation US, 2018
2018
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