Experimental Foundations of Political Science

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Donald R. Kinder, Thomas R. Palfrey
University of Michigan Press, 1993 - Political Science - 498 pages
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Contents

On Behalf of an Experimental Political Science
1
Coming to Grips with the Holy Ghost
43
SurveyBased Experiments on White Racial Attitudes toward Residential Integration
53
A Methodological Critique and Some New Findings
79
A Partisan Schema for Political Information Processing
97
Rational and NotSoRational Processes of Judgment and Decision
119
A Cognitive Process Analysis of Decision Making in Voting
129
Contrasting Rational and Psychological Analyses of Political Choice
159
An Experimental Examination of Possible Explanations
265
Signal and Noise in Democratic Conversation
305
Experimental Demonstrations of the NotSoMinimal Consequences of Television News Programs
313
Retrospective Voting and Rational Expectations
333
The Impact of Congressional Mail on Constituent Opinion
363
Agendas and Decisions in Government
389
An Experimental Study
399
Imposition or Bargaining?
435

An Experimental Study of Public Policy DecisionMaking
185
The Conflict between Private Incentives and the Common Good
211
An Experimental Examination of Auction Mechanisms for Discrete Public Goods
221
Organizing Groups for Collective Action
245
Agenda Influence and its Implications
461
Contributors
497
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