Matthew V. Hibbing
Matthew V. Hibbing
Associate Professor of Political Science, University of California, Merced
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Political attitudes vary with physiological traits
DR Oxley, KB Smith, JR Alford, MV Hibbing, JL Miller, M Scalora, ...
science 321 (5896), 1667-1670, 2008
Personality and civic engagement: An integrative framework for the study of trait effects on political behavior
JJ Mondak, MV Hibbing, D Canache, MA Seligson, MR Anderson
American political science review 104 (1), 85-110, 2010
Disgust sensitivity and the neurophysiology of left-right political orientations
KB Smith, D Oxley, MV Hibbing, JR Alford, JR Hibbing
PloS one 6 (10), e25552, 2011
Linking genetics and political attitudes: Reconceptualizing political ideology
KB Smith, DR Oxley, MV Hibbing, JR Alford, JR Hibbing
Political Psychology 32 (3), 369-397, 2011
Genetic and environmental transmission of political orientations
CL Funk, KB Smith, JR Alford, MV Hibbing, NR Eaton, RF Krueger, ...
Political psychology 34 (6), 805-819, 2013
Personality and political discussion
MV Hibbing, M Ritchie, MR Anderson
Political Behavior 33, 601-624, 2011
The participatory personality: evidence from Latin America
JJ Mondak, D Canache, MA Seligson, MV Hibbing
British Journal of Political Science 41 (1), 211-221, 2011
The symbolic benefits of descriptive and substantive representation
M Hayes, MV Hibbing
Political Behavior 39, 31-50, 2017
Redistricting, responsiveness, and issue attention
M Hayes, MV Hibbing, T Sulkin
Legislative Studies Quarterly 35 (1), 91-115, 2010
Orientations toward conflict and the conditional effects of political disagreement
PF Testa, MV Hibbing, M Ritchie
The Journal of Politics 76 (3), 770-785, 2014
Friends, relatives, sanity, and health: The costs of politics
KB Smith, MV Hibbing, JR Hibbing
PloS one 14 (9), e0221870, 2019
The relationship between personality and response patterns on public opinion surveys: The big five, extreme response style, and acquiescence response style
MV Hibbing, M Cawvey, R Deol, AJ Bloeser, JJ Mondak
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 31 (1), 161-177, 2019
The Trump Draw: Voter personality and support for Donald Trump in the 2016 Republican nomination campaign
D Fortunato, MV Hibbing, JJ Mondak
American Politics Research 46 (5), 785-810, 2018
The physiology of framing effects: Threat sensitivity and the persuasiveness of political arguments
CM Coe, KS Canelo, K Vue, MV Hibbing, SP Nicholson
The Journal of Politics 79 (4), 1465-1468, 2017
The correlates of community attractiveness
VL Lekwa, TW Rice, MV Hibbing
Environment and Behavior 39 (2), 198-216, 2007
Race–gender bias in white Americans’ preferences for gun availability
M Hayes, D Fortunato, MV Hibbing
Journal of public policy 41 (4), 818-834, 2021
Who do the people want to govern?
JR Hibbing, E Theiss-Morse, MV Hibbing, D Fortunato
Party Politics 29 (1), 3-15, 2023
The Ick Factor: Physiological Sensitivity to Disgust
KB Smith, DR Oxley, MV Hibbing, JR Alford, JR Hibbing
Annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, 2008
Estimating self-reported news exposure across and within typical days: Should surveys use more refined measures?
D Tewksbury, SL Althaus, MV Hibbing
Communication Methods and Measures 5 (4), 311-328, 2011
Personality and public opinion
JJ Mondak, MV Hibbing
New directions in public opinion, 187-207, 2015
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