Deborah Jordan Brooks
Associate Professor of Government
B.A., Psychology and Politics, UC Santa Cruz
M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D., Political Science, Yale University
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- "He Runs, She Runs: Why Gender Stereotypes Do No Harm Women Candidates," Princeton University Press, accepted for publication and forthcoming in 2013.
- “Assessing Accountability in a Post-Citizens United Era: The Effects of Attack Ad Sponsorship
by Unknown Independent Groups,” American Politics Research, May 2012, 40: 383-418, with Michael Murov.
- "Testing the Double Standard for Candidate Emotionality: Voter Reactions to the Tears and Anger of Male and Female Politicians," The Journal of Politics, April 2011, Vol. 73(2): 597-615.
- "A War of One's Own: Understanding the Gender Gap in Support for War," Public Opinion Quarterly, June 2011, Vol. 75(2): 270-286, with Ben Valentino.
- "A Negativity Gap? Voter Gender and Attack Politics in American Elections," Politics and Gender, September 2010, Vol. 6(3): 319-341.
- "Beyond Negativity: The Effects of Incivility on Voters," American Journal of Political Science, January 2007, Vol 51(1):1-16, with John Geer.
- "The Resilient Voter: Moving Toward Closure in the Debate over Negative Campaigning and Turnout," The Journal of Politics, August 2006, Vol 68(3): 684-696. PDF
- Political Communication
- Public Opinion
- Political Psychology