Joseph Uscinski
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Understanding conspiracy theories
KM Douglas, JE Uscinski, RM Sutton, A Cichocka, T Nefes, CS Ang, ...
Political psychology 40, 3-35, 2019
American Conspiracy Theories
JE Uscinski, M Joseph
Why do people believe COVID-19 conspiracy theories?
JE Uscinski, AM Enders, C Klofstad, M Seelig, J Funchion, C Everett, ...
Harvard Kennedy School Misinformation Review 1 (3), 2020
What drives conspiratorial beliefs? The role of informational cues and predispositions
JE Uscinski, C Klofstad, MD Atkinson
Political Research Quarterly 69 (1), 57-71, 2016
The epistemology of fact checking
JE Uscinski, RW Butler
Critical Review 25 (2), 162-180, 2013
Conspiracy theories and the people who believe them
JE Uscinski
Oxford University Press, USA, 2018
The different forms of COVID-19 misinformation and their consequences
AM Enders, JE Uscinski, C Klofstad, J Stoler
The Harvard Kennedy School Misinformation Review, 2020
The relationship between social media use and beliefs in conspiracy theories and misinformation
AM Enders, JE Uscinski, MI Seelig, CA Klofstad, S Wuchty, JR Funchion, ...
Political behavior, 1-24, 2021
The effect of conspiratorial thinking and motivated reasoning on belief in election fraud
J Edelson, A Alduncin, C Krewson, JA Sieja, JE Uscinski
Political Research Quarterly 70 (4), 933-946, 2017
Climate change conspiracy theories
JE Uscinski, K Douglas, S Lewandowsky
Oxford research encyclopedia of climate science, 2017
When Does the Public's Issue Agenda Affect the Media's Issue Agenda (and Vice‐Versa)? Developing a Framework for Media‐Public Influence*
JE Uscinski
Social Science Quarterly 90 (4), 796-815, 2009
Conspiracy theories: A primer
JE Uscinski, AM Enders
Rowman & Littlefield, 2023
American politics in two dimensions: Partisan and ideological identities versus anti‐establishment orientations
JE Uscinski, AM Enders, MI Seelig, CA Klofstad, JR Funchion, C Everett, ...
American Journal of Political Science 65 (4), 877-895, 2021
What drives people to believe in Zika conspiracy theories?
CA Klofstad, JE Uscinski, JM Connolly, JP West
Palgrave Communications 5 (1), 1-8, 2019
What’s in a name? Coverage of senator Hillary Clinton during the 2008 democratic primary
JE Uscinski, LJ Goren
Political Research Quarterly 64 (4), 884-896, 2011
The epistemology of fact checking (is still naìve): Rejoinder to Amazeen
JE Uscinski
Critical Review 27 (2), 243-252, 2015
The study of conspiracy theories
JE Uscinski
Argumenta 3 (2), 233-245, 2018
The partisan contours of conspiracy theory beliefs
SM Smallpage, AM Enders, JE Uscinski
Research & politics 4 (4), 2053168017746554, 2017
Have beliefs in conspiracy theories increased over time?
J Uscinski, A Enders, C Klofstad, M Seelig, H Drochon, K Premaratne, ...
PLoS One 17 (7), e0270429, 2022
Do conspiracy beliefs form a belief system? Examining the structure and organization of conspiracy beliefs
AM Enders, JE Uscinski, CA Klofstad, MI Seelig, S Wuchty, MN Murthi, ...
Journal of Social and Political Psychology 9 (1), 255-271, 2021
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