Toby Bolsen
Toby Bolsen
Professor of Political Science
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The influence of partisan motivated reasoning on public opinion
T Bolsen, JN Druckman, FL Cook
Political Behavior 36, 235-262, 2014
Citizens, knowledge, and the information environment
J Jerit, J Barabas, T Bolsen
American Journal of Political Science 50 (2), 266-282, 2006
Framing, motivated reasoning, and opinions about emergent technologies
JN Druckman, T Bolsen
Journal of communication 61 (4), 659-688, 2011
Counteracting the politicization of science
T Bolsen, JN Druckman
Journal of Communication 65 (5), 745-769, 2015
Do partisanship and politicization undermine the impact of a scientific consensus message about climate change?
T Bolsen, JN Druckman
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 21 (3), 389-402, 2018
The US news media, polarization on climate change, and pathways to effective communication
T Bolsen, MA Shapiro
Environmental Communication 12 (2), 149-163, 2018
The polls—trends: Public opinion on energy policy: 1974–2006
T Bolsen, FL Cook
Public Opinion Quarterly 72 (2), 364-388, 2008
How frames can undermine support for scientific adaptations: Politicization and the status-quo bias
T Bolsen, JN Druckman, FL Cook
Public Opinion Quarterly 78 (1), 1-26, 2014
Citizens’, scientists’, and policy advisors’ beliefs about global warming
T Bolsen, JN Druckman, FL Cook
The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 658 (1 …, 2015
Framing the origins of COVID-19
T Bolsen, R Palm, JT Kingsland
Science Communication 42 (5), 562-585, 2020
Politicization and COVID-19 vaccine resistance in the US
T Bolsen, R Palm
Progress in Molecular Biology and Translational Science, 2022
The effect of frames on COVID-19 vaccine resistance
R Palm, T Bolsen, JT Kingsland
Frontiers in Political Science 3, 661257, 2021
Doing what others do: Norms, science, and collective action on global warming
T Bolsen, TJ Leeper, MA Shapiro
American Politics Research 42 (1), 65-89, 2014
The impact of message source on the effectiveness of communications about climate change
T Bolsen, R Palm, JT Kingsland
Science Communication 41 (4), 464-487, 2019
Self-interest and attention to news among issue publics
T Bolsen, TJ Leeper
Political Communication 30 (3), 329-348, 2013
Counteracting climate science politicization with effective frames and imagery
T Bolsen, R Palm, JT Kingsland
Science Communication 41 (2), 147-171, 2019
Are voters more likely to contribute to other public goods? Evidence from a large‐scale randomized policy experiment
T Bolsen, PJ Ferraro, JJ Miranda
American Journal of Political Science 58 (1), 17-30, 2014
The construction of news: Energy crises, advocacy messages, and frames toward conservation
T Bolsen
The International Journal of Press/Politics 16 (2), 143-162, 2011
A research agenda for climate change communication and public opinion: The role of scientific consensus messaging and beyond
R Bayes, T Bolsen, JN Druckman
Environmental Communication 17 (1), 16–34, 2023
A comparison of online and face-to-face approaches to teaching introduction to American government
T Bolsen, M Evans, AMC Fleming
Journal of Political Science Education 12 (3), 302-317, 2016
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