Steven Finkel
Steven Finkel
Daniel Wallace Professor of Political Science, University of Pittsburgh
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Causal analysis with panel data
SE Finkel
Sage, 1995
Reciprocal effects of participation and political efficacy: A panel analysis
SE Finkel
American Journal of political science, 891-913, 1985
Reexamining the" minimal effects" model in recent presidential campaigns
SE Finkel
The Journal of Politics 55 (1), 1-21, 1993
A spot check: Casting doubt on the demobilizing effect of attack advertising
SE Finkel, JG Geer
American journal of political science, 573-595, 1998
The effects of US foreign assistance on democracy building, 1990–2003
SE Finkel, A Pérez-Liñán, MA Seligson
World politics 59 (3), 404-439, 2007
Personal influence, collective rationality, and mass political action
SE Finkel, EN Muller, KD Opp
American Political Science Review 83 (3), 885-903, 1989
The effects of participation on political efficacy and political support: Evidence from a West German panel
SE Finkel
The Journal of Politics 49 (2), 441-464, 1987
Rational choice and the dynamics of collective political action: Evaluating alternative models with panel data
SE Finkel, EN Muller
American Political Science Review 92 (1), 37-49, 1998
Race-of-interviewer effects in a preelection poll Virginia 1989
SE Finkel, TM Guterbock, MJ Borg
Public opinion quarterly 55 (3), 313-330, 1991
Civic education and the mobilization of political participation in developing democracies
SE Finkel
Journal of Politics 64 (4), 994-1020, 2002
Can democracy be taught?
SE Finkel
J. Democracy 14, 137, 2003
Civic education in post‐apartheid South Africa: Alternative paths to the development of political knowledge and democratic values
SE Finkel, HR Ernst
Political Psychology 26 (3), 333-364, 2005
Party identification and participation in collective political action
SE Finkel, KD Opp
The journal of politics 53 (2), 339-371, 1991
Civic education, political discussion, and the social transmission of democratic knowledge and values in a new democracy: Kenya 2002
SE Finkel, AE Smith
American journal of political science 55 (2), 417-435, 2011
Discontent and the expected utility of rebellion: The case of Peru
EN Muller, HA Dietz, SE Finkel
American Political Science Review 85 (4), 1261-1282, 1991
Economic crisis, incumbent performance and regime support: A comparison of longitudinal data from West Germany and Costa Rica
SE Finkel, EN Muller, MA Seligson
British Journal of Political Science 19 (3), 329-351, 1989
Dynamic models of individual change in psychotherapy process research.
F Falkenström, S Finkel, R Sandell, JA Rubel, R Holmqvist
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 85 (6), 537, 2017
Civic education, civil society, and political mistrust in a developing democracy: the case of the Dominican Republic
SE Finkel, CA Sabatini, GG Bevis
World Development 28 (11), 1851-1874, 2000
Explorations in anchoring: The effects of prior range, anchor extremity, and suggestive hints
G Quattrone, S Finkel, DC Andrus
Campaign effects on voter choice in the German election of 1990
SE Finkel, PR Schrott
British Journal of Political Science 25 (3), 349-377, 1995
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