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Politics and emotions are deeply intertwined. Think of the last political conversation you had and how you reacted to it emotionally. Was your blood boiling with anger? Were you paralyzed with anxiety and worry about what might happen? Were you bouncing with enthusiasm and motivated to go get out the vote? source Bigger picture, how do these emotional-political experiences (specifically, of anger, anxiety, and enthusiasm) affect the ways we seek out and interpret political messages and […]

Valentino, N., Brader, T., Groenendyk, E., Gregorowicz, K. & Hutchings, V. (2011). Election Night’s Alright for Fighting: The Role of Emotions in Political Participation, The Journal of Politics, 73 (01) 156-170. DOI:

Groenendyk, E. (2011). Current Emotion Research in Political Science: How Emotions Help Democracy Overcome its Collective Action Problem, Emotion Review, 3 (4) 455-463. DOI:

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