Presidential Studies Quarterly

Papers
(The TQCC of Presidential Studies Quarterly is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
ArticleCitations
Donald Trump's Big Lie and the Future of the Republican Party22
Donald Trump and the Norms of the Presidency13
Donald Trump and the Parties: Impeachment, Pandemic, Protest, and Electoral Politics in 202013
Driven to Extremes: Donald Trump's Extraordinary Impact on the 2020 Elections13
The Contemporary Presidency: Two Presidents, Two Crises: Bush Wrestles with 9/11, Trump Fumbles COVID‐1910
Debunking the “Big Lie”: Election Administration in the 2020 Presidential Election10
The Rhetoric of the Trump Administration9
Assessing the Trump White House9
Polls and Elections Accuracy and Bias in the 2020 U.S. General Election Polls9
Contemporary Presidency: Going Public in an Era of Social Media: Tweets, Corrections, and Public Opinion8
The Very Best People: President Trump and the Management of Executive Personnel6
Whither Presidential Approval?5
The Power of a Tweet? Social Media, Presidential Communication, and the Politics of Health5
Is the US Supreme Court a reliable backstop for an overreaching US president? Maybe, but is an overreaching (partisan) court worse?5
The Politicization Conversation: A Call to Better Define and Measure the Concept4
The Law Pandemics and Presidential Power: A Taxonomy4
Organizing the Biden Presidency4
Ideology and the Foreign Policy of Barack Obama: A Liberal‐Realist Approach to International Affairs4
Polls and Elections: The Economy and Events Still Matter (At Least a Little): Partisans' Presidential Approval in the Trump Era4
President Trump and the Shallow State: Disloyalty at the Highest Levels4
Trump on the Trail: Assessing the Impact of Presidential Campaign Visits on Voting Behavior in the 2018 Midterm Elections4
The Complex Reality of Vice Presidential Selection in the Modern Era3
The Contemporary Presidency: The “Nuclear Option” Has Fizzled, Again: Here's Why and What to Do about It3
Staffing the National Security Council: How Presidential Management Styles Shape the Composition of the NSC3
The Random Walk Presidency3
Was Donald Trump an Effective Leader of Congress?3
“The One Bright Spot”: Presidential Personal Diplomacy and the Good Neighbor Policy3
Joseph Biden's Effective Presidential Transition: “Started Early, Went Big”3
The Immigration Rhetoric of Donald Trump3
The 2020 Presidential Election Verdict3
Travel to and from the United States and Foreign Leader Approval3
Using Folded Seats‐Votes Curves to Compare Partisan Bias in the 2020 Presidential Election with Partisan Bias in the Five Other Presidential Elections in the 21st Century2
Presidential hawkishness, domestic popularity, and diplomatic normalization2
Presidential Strategies in Statements of Administration Policy2
The Pivotal and Distributive Politics of Senate‐Confirmed Appointee Vacancies2
Turnover, Loyalty and Competence in the West Wing: The Trump White House in Historical Context2
Are Presidential Candidates Impervious to Deception Detection? A Test of Voters' Truth‐Default2
The Law: Government Transparency and Public Access2
Going Social: A Comparative Analysis of Presidents' Official and Social Media Messages2
When Two Become One? Examining Kamala Harris and Joe Biden's Campaign Themes from Primary to General Election2
Presidential Travel and the Rose Garden Strategy: A Case Study of Ronald Reagan's 1984 Tour of Europe2
The Law: “If Men Were Angels”: The Legal Dynamics of Overseeing the Executive Branch2
Presidential Strategy amidst the “Broken” Appointments Process1
The Historical Presidency: Andrew Jackson in the Age of Trump1
“It's the War, Stupid!”: Determinants of Retrospective Evaluations of American Presidents1
Murder and Presidential Elections: A Cultivation‐Based Issue‐Ownership Theory of Local Television News and Its Geographic Structure1
One President at a Time? How the President‐Elect Shapes U.S. Foreign Policy during the Transition1
The strongman presidency and the two logics of presidential power1
The Historical Presidency: From Truman to Trump: Presidents' Use and Abuse of the Incarceration of Japanese Americans1
Creating the executive budget process: What was Congress thinking?1
The Problem of Lingering Sentiment: Is Donald Trump Still the Nation's CEO?1
The Law: The Influence of the President in the Adoption and Enforcement of Private Rights of Action1
The President on Capitol Hill: A Theory of Institutional Influence. By Jeffrey E.Cohen. New York: Columbia University Press. 2019. 312 pp.1
Going for Goals: Presidential Appointments and Agency Goal Change1
Populism, democracy, and the post‐2020 Republican Party in Congress1
Presidential Control of Independent Agencies’ Leadership and Personnel: A Two‐Case Study of Interbranch Contestation over the Bureaucracy and the Unitary Executive under Donald Trump1
Does President Trump's Outrageous Behavior Work?: Results from Two Randomized‐Controlled Trials1
“Living in History*”: Bush, World War II, and the Use of Historical Analogies in the Gulf Crisis1
The Law Incongruous Ideas of Impeachment: “Impeachable Offenses” and the Constitutional Order1
National security in presidential time: The politics of the National Security Council1
Pressure for War: When Constituents' Concerns over America's Prestige Drive Presidents' Foreign Policy1
Presidential Patronage and Executive Branch Appointments, 1925–19591
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