Articles

Guay, Brian, and Christopher D. Johnston. 2021. “Ideological Asymmetries and the Determinants of Politically Motivated Reasoning.” American Journal of Political Science. [reproduction materials]

Johnston, Christopher D., and Trent Ollerenshaw. 2020. “How Different Are Cultural and Economic Ideology?Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences 34: 94-101.

Johnston, Christopher D. 2018. “Authoritarianism, Affective Polarization, and Economic Ideology.” Advances in Political Psychology 39 (S1): 219-238. [reproduction materials]

Johnston, Christopher D., Maxwell Mak, and Andrew H. Sidman. 2016. “On the Measurement of Judicial Ideology.” Justice System Journal 37 (2): 169-188.

Johnston, Christopher D., and Andrew O. Ballard. 2016. “Economists and Public Opinion: Expert Consensus and Economic Policy Judgments.” Journal of Politics 78 (2): 443-456. [reproduction materials]

Johnston, Christopher D., and Benjamin J. Newman. 2016. “Economic Inequality and U.S. Public Policy Mood across Space and Time.” American Politics Research 44 (1): 164-191. [reproduction materials]

Johnston, Christopher D., Benjamin J. Newman, and Yamil Velez. 2015. “Ethnic Change, Personality, and Polarization over Immigration in the American Public.” Public Opinion Quarterly 79 (3): 662-686. [reproduction materials] [corrigendum/reproduction]

Johnston, Christopher D., Howard Lavine, and Benjamin Woodson. 2015. “Emotion and Political Judgment: Expectancy Violation and Affective Intelligence.” Political Research Quarterly 68 (3): 474-492. [reproduction materials]

Bartels, Brandon L., Christopher D. Johnston, and Alyx Mark. 2015. “Lawyers’ Perceptions of The U.S. Supreme Court: Is the Court a ‘Political’ Institution?Law and Society Review 49 (3): 761-794.

Newman, Benjamin J., and Christopher D. Johnston, and Patrick Lown. 2015. “False Consciousness or Class Awareness? Local Income Inequality, Personal Economic Position, and Belief in American Meritocracy.” American Journal of Political Science 59 (2): 326-340. [erratum] [reproduction materials]

Johnston, Christopher D., and Julie Wronski. 2015. “Personality Dispositions and Political Preferences across Hard and Easy Issues.” Political Psychology 36 (1): 35-53. [reproduction materials]

Johnston, Christopher D., D. Sunshine Hillygus, and Brandon L. Bartels. 2014 “Ideology, the Affordable Care Act Ruling, and Supreme Court Legitimacy.” Public Opinion Quarterly 78 (4): 963-973. [reproduction materials]

Feldman, Stanley, and Christopher D. Johnston. 2014. “Understanding the Determinants of Political Ideology: Implications of Structural Complexity.” Political Psychology 35 (3): 337-358.

Johnston, Christopher D. 2013. “Dispositional Sources of Economic Protectionism.” Public Opinion Quarterly, 77 (2): 574-585. [reproduction materials]

Bartels, Brandon L., and Christopher D. Johnston. 2013. “On the Ideological Foundations of Supreme Court Legitimacy in the Mass Public.” American Journal of Political Science 57 (1): 184-199. [reproduction materials]

Newman, Benjamin J., Christopher D. Johnston, April Strickland, and Jack Citrin. 2012. “Immigration Crackdown in the American Workplace: Explaining Variation in E-Verify Policy Adoption across the U.S. States.” State Politics and Policy Quarterly 12 (2): 160-182. [reproduction materials]

Bartels, Brandon L., and Christopher D. Johnston. 2012. “Political Justice? Perceptions of Politicization and Public Preferences toward the Supreme Court Appointment Process.” Public Opinion Quarterly 76 (1): 105-116.

Johnston, Christopher D., and Brandon L. Bartels. 2010. “Sensationalism and Sobriety: Differential Media Exposure and Attitudes Toward American Courts.” Public Opinion Quarterly 74: 260-285. [reproduction materials]