Political Psychology

(The TQCC of Political Psychology is 19. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
From Social to Political Identity: A Critical Examination of Social Identity Theory551
Understanding Conspiracy Theories488
From Intractable Conflict Through Conflict Resolution To Reconciliation: Psychological Analysis290
The Dimensionality of Right-Wing Authoritarianism: Lessons from the Dilemma between Theory and Measurement167
Prospect Theory in Political Science: Gains and Losses From the First Decade154
Personality Traits, Partisan Attitudes, and Voting Behavior. Evidence from Germany146
Fear, Anger, and Voting for the Far Right: Evidence From the November 13, 2015 Paris Terror Attacks95
Playing the Woman Card: Ambivalent Sexism in the 2016 U.S. Presidential Race95
The Effect of Terror on Institutional Trust: New Evidence from the 3/11 Madrid Terrorist Attack85
The Role of Inclusive and Exclusive Victim Consciousness in Predicting Intergroup Attitudes: Findings from Rwanda, Burundi, and DRC84
Generalized Trust Through Civic Engagement? Evidence from Five National Panel Studies81
The Application of Social Role Theory to the Study of Gender in Politics79
Global Human Identification and Citizenship: A Review of Psychological Studies76
The Political Psychology of Liberation: From Politics to Ethics and Back69
The Central Role of Group-Based Hatred as an Emotional Antecedent of Political Intolerance: Evidence from Israel68
Predicting Election Outcomes from Positive and Negative Trait Assessments of Candidate Images64
Political Attitudes and the Processing of Misinformation Corrections64
Collective Narcissism: Political Consequences of Investing Self‐Worth in the Ingroup’s Image61
Personality Traits and Political Participation: Evidence from South Korea57
Do Strong Group Identities Fuel Intolerance? Evidence From the South African Case56
What's to Fear from Immigrants? Creating an Assimilationist Threat Scale55
From Equality-Based Respect to Environmental Activism: Antecedents and Consequences of Global Identity53
From Stigmatized Immigrants to Radical Right Voting: A Multilevel Study on the Role of Threat and Contact53
Roosevelt and the Munich Crisis: Insights from Prospect Theory49
Applying the Theory of Affective Intelligence to Support for Authoritarian Policies and Parties47
They Might Be a Liar But They’re My Liar: Source Evaluation and the Prevalence of Misinformation45
Political Xenophobia in the Transition from Socialism: Threat, Racism and Ideology among East German Youth43
Economics, Experts, and Risk: Lessons from the Catastrophe at Aberfan38
How Collective Participation Impacts Social Identity: A Longitudinal Study from India36
Measuring Associative Strength: Category‐Item Associations and Their Activation from Memory36
How Emotional Frames Moralize and Polarize Political Attitudes34
Rousing the Partisan Combatant: Elite Incivility, Anger, and Antideliberative Attitudes34
Does Discussion Group Composition Affect Policy Preferences? Results from Three Randomized Experiments33
Do Strength‐Related Attitude Properties Determine Susceptibility to Response Effects? New Evidence From Response Latency, Attitude Extremity, and Aggregate Indices32
Positive Social Pressure and Prosocial Motivation: Evidence from a Large-Scale Field Experiment on Voter Mobilization32
The Life-Course Development of Left- and Right-Wing Youth Activist Leaders from the 1960s32
What Can Political Psychology Learn from Implicit Measures? Empirical Evidence and New Directions30
Classroom Climate and Political Learning: Findings from a Swedish Panel Study and Comparative Data29
Collective Trauma From the Lab to the Real World: The Effects of the Holocaust on Contemporary Israeli Political Cognitions28
Terror, Terror Everywhere? How Terrorism News Shape Support for Anti‐Muslim Policies as a Function of Perceived Threat Severity and Controllability27
“No, You're Playing the Race Card”: Testing the Effects of Anti‐Black, Anti‐Latino, and Anti‐Immigrant Appeals in the Post‐Obama Era26
Upper‐Body Strength and Political Egalitarianism: Twelve Conceptual Replications26
Right‐Wing Ideology as a Predictor of Collective Action: A Test Across Four Political Issue Domains25
Attitudinal and Emotional Consequences of Islamist Terrorism. Evidence from the Berlin Attack23
Republican Voters Prefer Candidates Who Have Conservative-Looking Faces: New Evidence From Exit Polls23
Victim and Perpetrator Groups’ Divergent Perspectives on Collective Violence: Implications for Intergroup Relations23
Crossing No Man's Land: Cooperation From the Trenches23
Liberal and Conservative Values: What We Can Learn From Congressional Tweets22
Rethinking Affective Experience and Popular Emotion: World War I and the Construction of Group Emotion in International Relations22
Women and the Art of Peacemaking: Data from Israeli‐Palestinian Interactive Problem‐Solving Workshops22
Moral Obstinacy in Political Negotiations22
Leaving Violence Behind: Disengaging from Politically Motivated Violence in Northern Ireland21
Ideological Bias in Political Psychology: The View from Scientific Hell21
Tracing the Boundaries of Motivated Reasoning: How Deliberative Minipublics Can Improve Voter Knowledge20
Is There a Backlash Against Immigration From Richer Countries? International Hierarchy and the Limits of Group Threat20
The Paradox Between Integration and Perceived Discrimination Among American Muslims20
Anxiety, Sophistication, and Resistance to Persuasion: Evidence from a Quasi-Experimental Survey on Global Climate Change20
How Political Scandals Affect the Electorate. Tracing the Eroding and Spillover Effects of Scandals with a Panel Study19
Where To From Here for the Psychology of Social Change? Future Directions for Theory and Practice19
Anger and Authoritarianism Mediate the Effects of Fear on Support for the Far Right-What Vasilopoulos et al. (2019) Really Found19