Patrick Meirick
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Wanted, dead or alive: Media frames, frame adoption, and support for the war in Afghanistan
JA Edy, PC Meirick
Journal of communication 57 (1), 119-141, 2007
Topic-relevant reference groups and dimensions of distance: Political advertising and first-and third-person effects
PC Meirick
Communication Research 31 (2), 234-255, 2004
Rethinking the target corollary: The effects of social distance, perceived exposure, and perceived predispositions on first-person and third-person perceptions
PC Meirick
Communication Research 32 (6), 822-843, 2005
Cognitive responses to negative and comparative political advertising
P Meirick
Journal of advertising 31 (1), 49-62, 2002
Kids Voting and Political Knowledge: Narrowing Gaps, Informing Votes*
PC Meirick, DB Wackman
Social Science Quarterly 85 (5), 1161-1177, 2004
Motivated misperception? Party, education, partisan news, and belief in “death panels”
PC Meirick
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 90 (1), 39-57, 2013
Self-enhancement motivation as a third variable in the relationship between first-and third-person effects
PC Meirick
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 17 (4), 473-483, 2005
All the children are above average: Parents' perceptions of education and materialism as media effects on their own and other children
PC Meirick, JD Sims, ES Gilchrist, SM Croucher
Mass Communication and Society 12 (2), 217-237, 2009
Media schemas, perceived effects, and person perceptions
PC Meirick
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 83 (3), 632-649, 2006
I approve this message: Effects of sponsorship, ad tone, and reactance in 2008 presidential advertising
PC Meirick, GS Nisbett
Mass Communication and Society 14 (5), 666-689, 2011
Interactive media and sports journalists: The impact of interactive media on sports journalists
S Wigley, PC Meirick
Journal of Sports Media 3 (1), 1-25, 2008
Political knowledge and sponsorship in backlash from party‐and candidate‐sponsored attacks
PC Meirick
Communication Reports 18 (1-2), 75-84, 2005
Epistemic factors in selective exposure and political misperceptions on the right and left
PC Meirick, E Bessarabova
Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy 16 (1), 36-68, 2016
The Fragmenting Public Agenda: Capacity, Diversity, and Volatility in Responses to the “Most Important Problem” Question
JA Edy, PC Meirick
Public Opinion Quarterly, 2018
Political communication online: structures, functions, and challenges
O Seizov
Routledge, 2019
The influence of tone, target, and issue ownership on political advertising effects in primary versus general elections
PC Meirick, GS Nisbett, MD Jefferson, MW Pfau
Journal of Political Marketing 10 (3), 275-296, 2011
Targeted audiences in anti-drug ads: Message cues, perceived exposure, perceived effects, and support for funding
PC Meirick
Media Psychology 11 (2), 283-309, 2008
Motivated reasoning, accuracy, and updating in perceptions of Bush's legacy
PC Meirick
Social Science Quarterly 97 (3), 699-713, 2016
Self-enhancement, self-affirmation and threats to self-worth: Three tests of a motivational explanation for first-and third-person effects
PC Meirick
University of Minnesota, 2002
To Tell the Truth: Ad Watch Coverage, Ad Tone, and the Accuracy of Political Advertising
PC Meirick, GS Nisbett, LA Harvell-Bowman, KJ Harrison, MD Jefferson, ...
Political Communication 35 (3), 450-469, 2018
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