John S. Lapinski

University of Pennsylvania - Department of Political Science

Stiteler Hall

Philadelphia, PA 19104

United States

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Partisan Pandemic: How Partisanship and Public Health Concerns Affect Individuals’ Social Distancing During COVID-19

Number of pages: 32 Posted: 29 Jun 2020 Last Revised: 09 Jul 2020
Joshua Clinton, Jon Cohen, John S. Lapinski and Marc Trussler
Vanderbilt University - Department of Political Science, SurveyMonkey, University of Pennsylvania - Department of Political Science and University of Pennsylvania - Program on Opinion Research and Election Studies Program
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COVID-19, Public Health, Political Behavior, Partisanship

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Trumped by Trump? Public Support for Vote By Mail Voting in Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic

Number of pages: 43 Posted: 29 Jun 2020
Vanderbilt University - Department of Political Science, University of Pennsylvania - Department of Political Science, Penn Program on Opinion Research and Election Studies and Penn Program on Opinion Research and Election
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Vote By Mail, COVID-19, Partisanship, Election Administration

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The 'Race Card' Revisited: Assessing Racial Priming in Policy Contests

American Journal of Political Science, Vol. 50, No. 2, 2006
Posted: 31 Jan 2009
Gregory Huber and John S. Lapinski
Yale University - Department of Political Science and University of Pennsylvania - Department of Political Science

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Field Experiments, Randomization, Priming, Opinion Formation, Racial Appeals

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Testing the Implicit-Explicit Model of Racialized Political Communication

Perspectives on Politics, Vol. 6, No. 1, pp. 125-134, 2008
Posted: 29 Jan 2009
Gregory Huber and John S. Lapinski
Yale University - Department of Political Science and University of Pennsylvania - Department of Political Science

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Field experiments, randomization, racial priming, opinion formation