Publications in 2018

Frey, Seth, Karsten Donnay, Dirk Helbing, Robert W. Sumner and Maarten W. Bos. (2018). The Rippling Dynamics of Valenced Messages in Naturalistic Youth Chat. Behavior Research Methods, doi: 10.3758/s13428-018-1140-6.

Selb, Peter and Simon Munzert. (2018). Examining a Most Likely Case for Strong Campaign Effects: Hitler’s Speeches and the Rise of the Nazi Party, 1927–1933. American Political Science Review 112(4): 1050-1066.

Donnay, Karsten, Eric T. Dunford, Erin C. McGrath, David Backer and David C. Cunningham. (2018). Integrating Conflict Event Data. Journal of Conflict Resolution (Online First), doi: 10.1177/0022002718777050.

Jungherr, Andreas, Matthias Mader, Harald Schoen and Alexander Wuttke. (2018). Context-Driven Attitude Formation: The Difference Between Supporting Free Trade in the Abstract and Supporting Specific Trade AgreementsReview of International Political Economy 25(2): 215-242.

Wuttke, Alexander, Andreas Jungherr and Harald Schoen. (2018). More Than Opinion Expression: Secondary Effects of Intraparty Referendums on Party MembersParty Politics (Online First), doi: 10.1177/1354068817745729.

Ohmura, Tamaki, Stefanie Bailer, Peter Meissner and Peter Selb. (2018). Pathways into Parliament: Party Animals, Parachutists, and other Political Career Patterns. West European Politics 41(1): 169–195.

Küntzler, Theresa. (2018). Using Data Combination of Fundamental Variable-Based Forecasts and Poll-Based Forecasts to Predict the 2013 German Election. German Politics 27(1): 25–43.

Gerber, Marlène, André Bächtiger, Susumu Shikano, Simon Reber and Samuel Rohr. (2018). Deliberative Abilities and Influence in a Transnational Deliberative Poll (Europolis). British Journal of Political Science 48(4): 1093–1118.