Distinguished University Professor
Department of Political Science
SUNY at Stony Brook
Stony Brook, N.Y. 11794-4392
(631) 632-7663 (office)
(631) 632-4116 (fax)
The Automaticity of Affect for Political Candidates, Parties, and Issues: An Experimental Test of the Hot Cognition Hypothesis. Milton Lodge and Charles S. Taber. 2005.
The Automatic Activation of Political Attitudes: A Psychophysiological Examination of the Hot Cognition Hypothesis. James P. Morris, Nancy K. Squires, Charles S. Taber, and Milton Lodge.
A Computational Model of Political Information-Processing: The Dynamics of Candidate Evaluation in the 2000 Presidential Election. Sung-Youn Kim, Milton Lodge, and Charles S. Taber.
A Computational Model of Political Information-Processing Appendix: The Internal Validity of Model, Sensitivity Analysis, and Campaign Information. Sung-Youn Kim, Milton Lodge, and Charles S. Taber.
The Impact of Self-Identifications on Political Attitudes: An Experimental Test Employing Subliminal Priming. Milton Lodge, Charles S. Taber, and Inna Burdein.
Motivated Skepticism in the Evaluation of Political Beliefs. Charles S. Taber and Milton Lodge. 2006.