Nicholas A Valentino
Professor Valentino currently serves as a PI of the American National Election Studies (ANES). He is a student of political communication, political psychology, and electoral behavior. His work focuses on political campaigns, racial attitudes, emotions, and social group cues in news and political advertising. His current work examines the intersection between racial attitudes and emotion in predicting political participation and vote choice. He formerly served as president of the International Society of Political Psychology.
- Valentino,Nicholas A, Yunsieg P. Kim. 2022. The Political Dynamics of Immigration Opinion Worldwide. The Cambridge Handbook of Political Psychology :321-345.
- Kirill Zhirkov, Nicholas A Valentino. 2022. The Origins and Consequences of Racialized Schemas about U.S. Parties. Journal of Race, Ethnicity, and Politics 7(S1 3):484-504.
- Valentino, Nicholas A, Soroka, Stuart, Konitzer, Tobias B, Iyengar, Shanto , Duch, Raymond M. 2019. Ethnocentrism versus group-specific stereotyping in immigration opinion: cross-national evidence on the distinctiveness of immigrant groups. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 45(7):1051-1074.
- Valentino, Nicholas A, Soroka, Stuart, Iyengar, Shanto , Aalberg, Toril , Duch, Raymond , Fraile, Marta , Hahn, Kyu S, Hansen, Kasper M, Harell, Allison , Helbling, Marc , Jackman, Simon D, Kobayashi, Tetsuro . 2019. Economic and Cultural Drivers of Immigrant Support Worldwide. British Journal of Political Science 49(4):1201-1226.
- Valentino, Nicholas A, Marcus, George E, Vasilopoulos, Pavlos , Foucault, Martial . 2019. Applying the Theory of Affective Intelligence to Support for Authoritarian Policies and Parties. Political Psychology 40(S1):109-139.
- Valentino, Nicholas A, Vasilopoulos, Pavlos , Marcus, George E, Foucault, Martial . 2019. Fear, Anger, and Voting for the Far Right: Evidence From the November 13, 2015 Paris Terror Attacks. Political Psychology 40(4):679-704.
- Valentino, Nicholas A, Neuner, Fabian G, Vandenbroek, L Matthew. 2018. The Changing Norms of Racial Political Rhetoric and the End of Racial Priming. The Journal of Politics 80(3):757-771.
- Valentino, Nicholas A, Wayne, Carly , Oceno, Marzia . 2018. Mobilizing Sexism: The Interaction of Emotion and Gender Attitudes in the 2016 US Presidential Election. Public Opinion Quarterly 82(S1):799-821.
- Valentino, Nicholas A, Sirin, Cigdem V, Villalobos, Jose D. 2017. The Social Causes and Political Consequences of Group Empathy. Political Psychology 38(3):427-448.
- Valentino, Nicholas A, King, John Leslie, Hill, Walter W. 2017. Polling and Prediction in the 2016 Presidential Election. Computer 50(5):110-115.