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Andersson, A., et al (2020). “Public support for healthcare-mediated disclosure of hereditary cancer risk information: Results from a population-based survey in Sweden.” Hereditary Cancer in Clinical Practice, Vol 18, October 2020.

Bahnsen, O., et al. (2020). ”How do coalition signals shape voting behavior? Revealing the mediating role of coalition expectations.” Electoral Studies, Vol. 66, August 2020.

Blais, A., et al. (2020). “Do (many) voters like ranking?” Party Politics, July 2020.

Esaiasson, P. et al. (2020). "How the coronavirus crisis affects citizen trust in institutions and in unknown others: Evidence from ‘the Swedish experiment". European Journal of Political Research (Online Version of Record before inclusion in an issue).

Kroon, Å., & Lundmark, S., (2020). “Svenska folkets undersökningar och attityder till reklam för nätcasinon.” I Ulrika Andersson, Anders Carlander & Patrik Öhberg (red) Regntunga skyar. Göteborgs universitet: SOM-institutet.

Lundmark, S., et al. (2020). “Confidence in an election authority and satisfaction with democracy: Evidence from a quasi-natural experiment of a failed election in Sweden”. Electoral Studies, Vol. 67. October 2020.

Markstedt, E., et al. (2020). “The subjective meaning of gender: how survey designs affect perceptions of femininity and masculinity.” European Journal of Politics and Gender, November 2020.

Naurin, E., et al. (2020). “Does transition to parenthood affect gender traits? The effect of pregnancy on perceived female and male traits”. European Journal of Politics and Gender, October 2020.

Rasmussen, J., et al (2020). “Gender and life-stage dependent reactions to the risk of radioactive contamination: A survey experiment in Sweden.” PLoS ONE 15(4): e0232259

Sohlberg, J., et al. (2020). ”Did It Really Happen? How the Public Interprets Journalistic Disclaimers.” Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly.

Solevid, M., et al. (2020). “Gender gaps in political attitudes revisited: the conditional influence of non-binary gender on left–right ideology and GAL-TAN opinions.” European Journal of Politics and Gender, November 2020.

Bachleda, S., et al. (2019). “Individual-level differences in negativity biases in news selection.” Personality and Individual Differences.

Carlsson, F., et al. (2019). "Who is willing to stay sick for the collective? – Individual characteristics, experience, and trust." Working paper in Economics No. 762. Department of Economics, University of Gothenburg.

Esaiasson, P., and P. Öhberg (2019). “The moment you decide, you divide: How politicians assess procedural fairness.” European Journal of Political Research.

Harring, N., et al. (2019). ” Higher education, norm development, and environmental protection.” Higher Education.

Harring, N., et al. (2019). "The significance of political culture, economic context and instrument type for climate policy support: a cross-national study." Climate Policy 19(5): 636-650.

Harteveld, E., et al. (2019). “Gender Differences in Vote Choice: Social Cues and Social Harmony as Heuristics.” British Journal of Political Science 49(3): 1141-1161.

Jagers, S. C., et al. (2019). "The evolution of public policy attitudes: comparing the mechanisms of policy support across the stages of a policy cycle." Journal of Public Policy: 1-21.

Löve, J., et al. (2019). "Political ideology and stigmatizing attitudes toward depression: the Swedish case." International Journal of Health Policy and Management 8(6): 365-374.

Medeiros, M., et al. (2019). ”The Case for Non-Binary Questions in Surveys”. PS: Political Science & Politics, 1-8.

Naurin, E., et al. (2019). "Asymmetric Accountability: An Experimental Investigation of Biases in Evaluations of Governments’ Election Pledges." Comparative Political Studies.

Naurin, E. and P. Öhberg (2019). "Ethics in Elite Experiments: A Perspective of Officials and Voters." British Journal of Political Science: 1-9.

Plescia, Carolina., et al. (2019). “Do people want a “fairer” electoral system? An experimental study in four countries.” European Journal of Political Research.

Sohlberg, J. (2019). "Elections Are (Not) Exciting: Need for Cognition and Electoral Behaviour." Scandinavian Political Studies.

Van de Voort, I., et al. (2019). ” Determinants of Managerial Preventive Actions in Relation to Common Mental Disorders at Work.” Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine 61(10), 854-862.


Adolfsson, K. (2018). Blaming victims of rape: Studies on rape myths and beliefs about rape. Department of Psychology, University of Gothenburg.

Bäck, E. A., et al. (2018). "Why Engage in Collective Action? The Conditional Effect of Social Support and Efficacy on Protest Participation." Basic and Applied Social Psychology 40(1): 49-59.

Carlsson, F. and M. Kataria (2018). "Do people exaggerate how happy they are? Using a promise to induce truth-telling." Oxford Economic Papers 70(3): 784-798.

Eggert, H., et al. (2018). "Who Can Be Trusted to Manage the Fish? A Study Comparing Trust between Stakeholders." Land Economics 94(3): 354-367.

Einarsdóttir, G., et al. (2018). "The value of money: on how childhood economic resources influence value assessments later in life." Comprehensive Results in Social Psychology 3(1): 79-101.

Esaiasson, P., et al. (2018). "Allt tyder på ett terrordåd". Institutet för mediestudier.

Goerres, A., et al. (2018). "What Makes People Worry about the Welfare State? A Three-Country Experiment." British Journal of Political Science: 1-19.

Gró, E. (2018). Do I have enough? On the act of assessing one’s personal resources. Department of Psychology, University of Gothenburg.

Harring, N. and S. C. Jagers (2018). "Why do people accept environmental policies? The prospects of higher education and changes in norms, beliefs and policy preferences." Environmental Education Research 24(6): 791-806.

Hedenrud, T., et al. (2018). "Attitudes towards sales and use of over-the-counter drugs in Sweden in a reregulated pharmacy market: a population-based study." International Journal of Pharmacy Practice.

Holmquist, H., et al. (2018). "How information about hazardous fluorinated substances increases willingness-to-pay for alternative outdoor garments: A Swedish survey experiment." Journal of Cleaner Production 202: 130-138.

Huddy, L., et al. (2018). "Expressive Versus Instrumental Partisanship in Multiparty European Systems." Political Psychology 39: 173-199.

Jagers, S. C., et al. (2018). "The impact of compensatory measures on public support for carbon taxation: an experimental study in Sweden." Climate Policy: 1-14.

Jagers, S. C., Harring, N., & Matti, S. (2018). "Environmental management from left to right–on ideology, policy-specific beliefs and pro-environmental policy support." Journal of Environmental Planning and Management.

Johansson, B. (2018). "Expressing Opinions about the Refugee Crisis in Europe: The Spiral of Silence and Crisis Communication." Journal of International Crisis and Risk Communication Research 1(1): 57-82.

Linde, S. (2018). Communication and Cooperation: A Study of the Relationship Between Political Communication and Large-scale Collective Action. Department of Political Science, Luleå University of Technology.

Lindgren, E., et al. (2018). "Invitation Timing and Participation Rates in Online Panels: Findings From Two Survey Experiments." Social Science Computer Review.

Markstedt, E. (2018). Polling accuracy of vote intentions in Sweden using different weighting and sampling strategies. Department of Political Science, University of Gothenburg.

Robertson, F., Jagers, S. C., & Rönnerstrand, B. (2018). "Managing Sustainable Use of Antibiotics - The Role of Trust." Sustainability, 10(1), 143.

Sellnow, D. D., et al. (2018). "Toward a global understanding of the effects of the IDEA model for designing instructional risk and crisis messages: A food contamination experiment in Sweden." Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management.

Sohlberg, J. (2018). Opinionen kring nyhetsrapporteringen av terrordådet i Stockholm 2017. Institutet för mediestudier.

Sohlberg, J., et al. (2018). "The changing political impact of compassion-evoking pictures: the case of the drowned toddler Alan Kurdi." Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies: 1-14.

Wängnerud, L., et al. (2018). "Moving beyond Categorical Gender in Studies of Risk Aversion and Anxiety." Politics & Gender: 1-25.

Zelano, K. (2018). "Vulnerability and deviance: individual reasoning about the proposal to ban begging in Sweden." Urban Research & Practice: 1-20.


Adolfsson, K., et al. (2017). "Blame Attributions in Multiple Perpetrator Rape Cases: The Impact of Sympathy, Consent, Force, and Beliefs." Journal of Interpersonal Violence.

Ahva, L., van Dalen, A., Hovden, J. F., Kolbeins, G. H., Löfgren Nilsson, M., Skovsgaard, M., & Väliverronen, J. (2017). "A welfare state of mind? Nordic journalists’ conception of their role and autonomy in international context." Journalism Studies, 18(5), 595-613.

Butler, D. M., Naurin, E., & Öhberg, P. (2017). "Party Representatives’ Adaptation to Election Results: Dyadic Responsiveness Revisited." Comparative Political Studies, 50(14), 1973-1997.

Fredén, A. (2017). "Opinion polls, coalition signals and strategic voting: evidence from a survey experiment." Scandinavian Political Studies, 40(3), 247-264.

Friberg-Fernros, H., Demker, M., & Martinsson, J. (2017). "Media and the power of naming: An experimental study of racist, xenophobic and nationalist party labels." Ethnicities, 17(5), 727-745.

Harring, N., & Sohlberg, J. (2017). "The varying effects of left–right ideology on support for the environment: Evidence from a Swedish survey experiment." Environmental Politics, 26(2), 278-300.

Harteveld, E., Kokkonen, A., & Dahlberg, S. (2017). "Adapting to party lines: the effect of party affiliation on attitudes to immigration." West European Politics, 1-21.

Hedenrud, T., & Håkonsen, H. (2017). "Purchase habits, use of paracetamol, and information sources on a reregulated Swedish pharmacy market: A population-based study." Health Policy, 121(1), 35-41.

Håkonsen, H., & Hedenrud, T. (2017). "A population‐based study of risk perceptions of paracetamol use among Swedes—with a special focus on young adults." Pharmacoepidemiology and drug safety.

Kölln, A.-K., & Polk, J. (2017). "Emancipated party members: Examining ideological incongruence within political parties." Party Politics, 23(1), 18-29.

Linde, S. (2017). "Climate policy support under political consensus: exploring the varying effect of partisanship and party cues." Environmental Politics, 1-19.

Linde, S. (2017). "Political communication and public support for climate mitigation policies: a country-comparative perspective." Climate Policy, 1-13.

Lindgren, E. (2017). Campaigning in Poetry, Governing in Prose: Pre-and Post-Election Effects of Election Pledge Rhetoric. Doctoral thesis. Department of Political Science, University of Gothenburg.

Lindgren, E. (2017). "Changing Policy with Words: How Persuasive Words in Election Pledges Influence Voters’ Beliefs about Policies." Mass Communication and Society, 1-25.

Lindgren, E., & Naurin, E. (2017). "Election Pledge Rhetoric: Selling Policy with Words." International Journal of Communication, 11, 22.

Lindvall, J., et al. (2017). Samverkan och strid i den parlamentariska demokratin. SNS Demokratirapport.

Odén, T. (2017). "The public’s views on media reporting in crisis situations." Risk and Crisis Communication for Disaster Prevention and Management: 3.

Rönnerstrand, B. (2017). "“Beauty contest” indicator of cognitive ability and free riding strategies. Results from a scenario experiment about pandemic flu immunization." Preventive medicine reports, 5, 4-6.

Öhberg, P., & Medeiros, M. (2017). "A sensitive question? The effect of an ethnic background question in surveys." Ethnicities.


Andersson Sundell, K., H. Håkonsen, J. Martinsson och T. Hedenrud (2016). "Consumer preferences for over-the-counter drug retailers in the reregulated Swedish pharmacy market." Health Policy.

Bankert, A., L. Huddy. och M. Rosema (2016). "Measuring partisanship as a social identity in multi-party systems." Political Behavior: 1-30.

Blombäck, S. och J. de Fine Licht (2016). "Same considerations, different decisions: Motivations for split-ticket voting among Swedish Feminist Initiative supporters." Scandinavian Political Studies.

Dahlberg, S. och Linde, Jonas (2016) "The dynamics of the winner–loser gap in satisfaction with democracy: Evidence from a Swedish citizen panel". International Political Science Review. 1-17.

Dahlberg, S. och E. Harteveld (2016). "Left-right ideology as an inferential device in multiparty systems: Can citizens overcome low information by inputting parties' policy positions?" Electoral Studies.

Djerf-Pierre, M., Ghersetti, M., & Hedman, U. (2016). "Appropriating Social Media: The changing uses of social media among journalists across time." Digital Journalism, 4(7), 849-860.

Esaiasson, P., M. Gilljam och M. Persson (2016). "Responsiveness beyond policy satisfaction: Does it matter to citizens?" Comparative Political Studies.

Dumitrescu, D., & Popa, S. A. (2016). "Showing their true colors? How EU flag display affects perceptions of party elites’ European attachment." American Behavioral Scientist, 60(14), 1698-1718.

Harteveld, E., & Ivarsflaten, E. (2016). "Why Women Avoid the Radical Right: Internalized Norms and Party Reputations." British Journal of Political Science, 1-16.

Hjorth, F. (2016). "Who benefits? Welfare chauvinism and national stereotypes." European Union Politics, 17(1), 3-24.

Håkonsen, H., Andersson Sundell, K., Martinsson, J., & Hedenrud, T. (2016). "Consumer preferences for over-the-counter drug retailers in the reregulated Swedish pharmacy market." Health Policy.

Lindell, J., & Karlsson, M. (2016). "Cosmopolitan Journalists? Global journalism in the work and visions of journalists." Journalism Studies, 17(7), 860-870.

Löfgren Nilsson, M., & Örnebring, H. (2016). "Journalism Under Threat: Intimidation and harassment of Swedish journalists." Journalism Practice, 10(7), 880-890.

Martinsson, J., D. Dumitrescu och K. Riedel (2016). "Recruiting an online panel from another online survey: Consequences of framing and placement of the recruitment question." International Journal of Public Opinion Research.

Naurin, E. (2016). "Do they really know? On party representatives’ knowledge of the extent to which their parties make election pledges." Scandinavian Political Studies.

Nilsson, A., G. Schuitema, C. Bergstad Jakobsson, J. Martinsson, M. Thorson (2016). "The road to acceptance: Attitude change before and after the implementation of a congestion tax." Journal of Environmental Psychology.

Nilsson, A., Hansla, A., Heiling, J. M., Bergstad, C. J., & Martinsson, J. (2016). "Public acceptability towards environmental policy measures: Value-matching appeals." Environmental Science & Policy, 61, 176-184.

Tvinnereim, E., Lachapelle, E., & Borick, C. (2016). "Is Support for International Climate Action Conditional on Perceptions of Reciprocity? Evidence from Survey Experiments in Canada, the US, Norway, and Sweden." COSMOS, 12(01), 43-55.