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Lene Aarøe
Lene Aarøe
Associate Professor, Political Science, Aarhus University, Denmark
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Expressive partisanship: Campaign involvement, political emotion, and partisan identity
L Huddy, L Mason, L Aarøe
American Political Science Review 109 (1), 1-17, 2015
8992015
Investigating frame strength: The case of episodic and thematic frames
L Aarøe
Political communication 28 (2), 207-226, 2011
3062011
The behavioral immune system shapes political intuitions: Why and how individual differences in disgust sensitivity underlie opposition to immigration
L Aarøe, MB Petersen, K Arceneaux
American Political Science Review 111 (2), 277-294, 2017
2202017
Crowding out culture: Scandinavians and Americans agree on social welfare in the face of deservingness cues
L Aarøe, MB Petersen
The Journal of Politics 76 (3), 684-697, 2014
2102014
Parasite stress and pathogen avoidance relate to distinct dimensions of political ideology across 30 nations
JM Tybur, Y Inbar, L Aarøe, P Barclay, FK Barlow, M De Barra, DV Becker, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (44), 12408-12413, 2016
2062016
Detecting affiliation in colaughter across 24 societies
GA Bryant, DMT Fessler, R Fusaroli, E Clint, L Aarøe, CL Apicella, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (17), 4682-4687, 2016
1272016
Detecting affiliation in colaughter across 24 societies
GA Bryant, DMT Fessler, R Fusaroli, E Clint, L Aarøe, CL Apicella, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (17), 4682-4687, 2016
1272016
Hunger games: Fluctuations in blood glucose levels influence support for social welfare
L Aarøe, MB Petersen
Psychological science 24 (12), 2550-2556, 2013
1182013
Human capital and administrative burden: The role of cognitive resources in citizen‐state interactions
J Christensen, L Aarøe, M Baekgaard, P Herd, DP Moynihan
Public Administration Review 80 (1), 127-136, 2020
1082020
Politics in the mind's eye: Imagination as a link between social and political cognition
MB Petersen, L Aarøe
American Political Science Review 107 (2), 275-293, 2013
992013
Distrust as a disease avoidance strategy: Individual differences in disgust sensitivity regulate generalized social trust
L Aarøe, M Osmundsen, MB Petersen
Frontiers in psychology 7, 1038, 2016
822016
Social welfare and the psychology of food sharing: Short‐term hunger increases support for social welfare
MB Petersen, L Aarøe, NH Jensen, O Curry
Political Psychology 35 (6), 757-773, 2014
622014
Birth weight and social trust in adulthood: Evidence for early calibration of social cognition
MB Petersen, L Aarøe
Psychological science 26 (11), 1681-1692, 2015
502015
Measuring partisanship as a social identity, predicting political activism
L Huddy, L Mason, L Aarøe
Annual Meeting of the International Society for Political Psychology, 7-10, 2010
382010
When citizens go against elite directions: partisan cues and contrast effects on citizens’ attitudes
L Aaroe
Party Politics 18 (2), 215-233, 2012
342012
Does tolerance of religion in the public space depend on the salience of the manifestation of religious group membership?
L Aarøe
Political Behavior 34 (4), 585-606, 2012
262012
Is the political animal politically ignorant? Applying evolutionary psychology to the study of political attitudes
MB Petersen, L Aarøe
Evolutionary Psychology 10 (5), 147470491201000504, 2012
242012
The behavioral immune system shapes partisan preferences in modern democracies: Disgust sensitivity predicts voting for socially conservative parties
L Aarøe, MB Petersen, K Arceneaux
Political Psychology 41 (6), 1073-1091, 2020
202020
Cognitive biases and communication strength in social networks: The case of episodic frames
L Aarøe, MB Petersen
British Journal of Political Science 50 (4), 1561-1581, 2020
202020
Citizens as complicits: distrust in politicians and biased social dissemination of political information
T Bøggild, L Aarøe, MB Petersen
American Political Science Review 115 (1), 269-285, 2021
142021
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