Publications

Neuner, F.G., and Wratil, C. (Accepted for Publication) The Populist Marketplace: Unpacking the Role of "Thin" and "Thick" Ideology, Political Behavior

Valentino, N.A., Neuner, F.G., Kamin, J., and Bailey, M. (Accepted for Publication)Testing Snowden's Hypothesis: Awareness of and Opposition to Government Surveillance, Public Opinion Quarterly

Meerow, S., and Neuner, F.G. (Online First) Positively Resilient? How Framing Local Action Affects Public Opinion, Urban Affairs Review

Neuner, F.G., (2020) Public Opinion and the Legitimacy of Global Private Environmental Governance, Global Environmental Politics, 20:1, 60-81.

Bachleda, S., Neuner, F.G., Soroka, S., Guggenheim, L., Fournier, P., & Naurin, E. (2020) Measuring Negativity Biases in News Selection, Personality and Individual Differences, 155:1, 109675.

Neuner, F.G., Soroka, S.N., and Wlezien, C. (2019) Mass Media as a Source of Public Responsiveness, International Journal of Press/Politics, 24:3, 269-292.

Valentino, N. A., Neuner, F. G., and L. Matthew Vandenbroek (2018), The Changing Norms of Racial Political Rhetoric and the End of Racial Priming. Journal of Politics [Accepted Version, Online Appendix, Dataverse]

Valentino, N. A. and Neuner, F. G. (2017), Why the Sky Didn’t Fall: Mobilizing Anger in Reaction to Voter ID Laws. Political Psychology, 38: 331–350.


Papers under Review

Seeing Blue in Black and White: Race and Perceptions of Officer-Involved Shootings’ (with Hakeem Jefferson and Josh Pasek) [Revise and Resubmit]


Working Papers

‘From a Central Organizing Idea in a Frame to a Central Organizing Idea in the Brain: The Psychology of Framing Effects Revisited’

‘Do Elite Frames Trump Institutional Design? Unpacking the Dynamics of Support for Global Governance’

‘It’s Popular to Be Populist! The Social Desirability of Populist Attitudes’ (with Christopher Wratil)

‘Divided by Culture: Partisan Imagery and Political Evaluations’ (with Stuart Soroka and Dan Hiaeshutter-Rice)

‘Unpacking the Racial Divide in Officer-Involved Shootings: What Can Reactions to Witness Statements Tell Us?’ (with Hakeem Jefferson and Josh Pasek)

‘From Dog Whistles to Bullhorns: Racial Rhetoric in U.S. Presidential Campaigns, 1984-2016’ (with Nicholas Valentino and James Newburg)