Research Professor, CPS
Professor, LSA Political Science
Ted Brader's work focuses on the role of emotions in politics, political partisanship, media effects on public opinion, and other topics in political psychology. He has conducted numerous surveys and experiments on politics across seven countries and is the author of Campaigning for Hearts and Mind. Dr. Brader currently serves as Associate Principal Investigator for the American National Election Studies and Associate Principal Investigator for Time-sharing Experiments for the Social Sciences.
- ANES FACE-to-FACE: The American National Election Studies 2018-2021. (Ted Brader, Nicholas A. Valentino) 2018-2022. NSF.
- Bridging Supplement: Collaborative Research: American National Election Studies (ANES) 2014-2017. (Vincent L. Hutchings, Ted Brader) 2018-2019. NSF.
- Supplement :Collaborative Research: American National Election Studies (ANES) 2014-2017. (Vincent L. Hutchings, Ted Brader) 2016-2018. National Science Foundation.
- American National Election Studies (ANES). (Vincent L. Hutchings, Ted Brader) 2014-2019. NSF.
- Brader, Ted, and Joshua A. Tucker. 2018. "Unreflective Partisans? Policy Information and Evaluation in the Development of Partisanship." Political Psychology 39(S1): 137-157.
- Ryan, Timothy J., and Ted Brader. 2017. "Gaffe Appeal A Field Experiment on Partisan Selective Exposure to Election Messages." Political Science Research and Methods 5(4): 667-687.
- Brader, Ted, Joshua A. Tucker, and Andrew Therriault. 2014. "Cross Pressure Scores: An Individual-Level Measure of Cumulative Partisan Pressures Arising from Social Group Memberships." Political Behavior 36(1): 23-51.
- Brader, Ted, Joshua A. Tucker, and Dominik Duell. 2013. "Which Parties Can Lead Opinion? Experimental Evidence on Partisan Cue Taking in Multiparty Democracies." Comparative Political Studies 46(11): 1485-1517.
- Valentino, Nicholas A., Ted Brader, and Ashley E. Jardina. 2013. "Immigration Opposition Among US Whites: General Ethnocentrism or Media Priming of Attitudes About Latinos?" Political Psychology 34(2): 149-166.
- Brader, Ted, and Joshua A. Tucker. 2012. "Following the Party's Lead Party Cues, Policy Opinion, and the Power of Partisanship in Three Multiparty Systems." Comparative Politics 44(4): 403-420.
- Valentino, Nicholas A., and Ted Brader. 2011. "The Sword's Other Edge Perceptions of Discrimination and Racial Policy Opinion After Obama." Public Opinion Quarterly 75(2): 201-226.
- Brader, Ted. 2011. "The Political Relevance of Emotions: "Reassessing" Revisited." Political Psychology 32(2): 337-346.
- Corrigan, Bryce, and Ted Brader. 2011. "Campaign Advertising Reassessing the Impact of Campaign Ads on Political Behavior." Pp. 79-97 in New Directions in Campaigns and Elections, edited by Medvic, S. K. Taylor and Francis.
- Valentino, Nicholas A., Ted Brader, Eric W. Groenendyk, Krysha Gregorowicz, and Vincent L. Hutchings. 2011. "Election Night's Alright for Fighting: The Role of Emotions in Political Participation." Journal of Politics 73(1): 156-170.
- Traugott, Michael W., F. Thomas Juster, Martha Scott Hill, Robert M. Groves, Beth-Ellen Pennell, David Featherman, Donald R. Kinder, David R. Weir, et al. 2002. "How Americans Responded: A Study of Public Reactions to 9/11/01." PS-Political Science & Politics 35(3): 511-516.