Joan Barceló
Joan Barceló
Assistant Professor of Political Science, New York University Abu Dhabi
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COVID-19 government response event dataset (CoronaNet v. 1.0)
C Cheng, J Barceló, AS Hartnett, R Kubinec, L Messerschmidt
Nature human behaviour 4 (7), 756-768, 2020
Voluntary adoption of social welfare-enhancing behavior: Mask-wearing in Spain during the COVID-19 outbreak
J Barceló, GCH Sheen
PloS one 15 (12), e0242764, 2020
Windows of repression: Using COVID-19 policies against political dissidents?
J Barceló, R Kubinec, C Cheng, TH Rahn, L Messerschmidt
Journal of Peace Research 59 (1), 73-89, 2022
Batons and ballots: The effectiveness of state violence in fighting against Catalan separatism
J Barceló
Research & Politics 5 (2), 2053168018781747, 2018
Attitudes toward immigrants and immigration policy in Asia and the Pacific: a quantitative assessment of current theoretical models beyond western countries
J Barceló
Asian Journal of Political Science 24 (1), 87-123, 2016
Deplorables: Emotions, political sophistication, and political intolerance
J Gibson, C Claassen, J Barceló
American Politics Research 48 (2), 252-262, 2020
Contextual effects on subjective national identity
J Barceló
Nations and Nationalism 20 (4), 701-720, 2014
The long-term effects of war exposure on civic engagement
J Barceló
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (6), e2015539118, 2021
National identity, social institutions and political values. The case of FC Barcelona and Catalonia from an intergenerational comparison
J Barceló, P Clinton, C Samper Seró
Soccer & Society 16 (4), 469-481, 2015
National personality traits and regime type: a cross-national study of 47 countries
J Barcelo
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 48 (2), 195-216, 2017
Are Western-educated leaders less prone to initiate militarized disputes?
J Barceló
British Journal of Political Science 50 (2), 535-566, 2020
Do Islamic State’s deadly attacks disengage, deter, or mobilize supporters?
J Barceló, E Labzina
British Journal of Political Science 50 (4), 1539-1559, 2020
Patterns of policy responses to the COVID-19 pandemic in federal vs. unitary European democracies
T Buthe, J Barceló, C Cheng, P Ganga, L Messerschmidt, AS Hartnett, ...
Unitary European Democracies (September 7, 2020), 2020
Putting groups back into the study of political intolerance
JL Gibson, C Claassen, J Barceló
At the forefront of political psychology, 2020
The effect of district magnitude on turnout: Quasi-experimental evidence from nonpartisan elections under SNTV
T Muraoka, J Barceló
Party Politics 25 (4), 632-639, 2019
The association between agreeableness, extraversion, and support for secessionist movements: Evidence from a large survey of more than 33,000 respondents in Catalonia
J Barceló
Personality and Individual Differences 107, 102-107, 2017
Fear, Partisanship and the Spread of COVID-19 in the United States
R Kubinec, L Carvalho, J Barceló, C Cheng, L Messerschmidt, D Duba, ...
SocArXiv, 2020
The effect of variance in district magnitude on party system inflation
J Barceló, T Muraoka
Electoral Studies 54, 44-55, 2018
Vaccine nationalism among the public: A cross-country experimental evidence of own-country bias towards COVID-19 vaccination
J Barceló, GCH Sheen, HH Tung, WC Wu
Social Science & Medicine 310, 115278, 2022
The Clarity of the Majority's Preference Moderates the Influence of Lobbying on Representation
J Barceló
Party Politics 25 (3), 349-357, 2019
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