Dustin Carnahan
Dustin Carnahan
Assistant Professor of Communication, Michigan State University
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A turn toward avoidance? Selective exposure to online political information, 2004–2008
RK Garrett, D Carnahan, EK Lynch
Political Behavior 35 (1), 113-134, 2013
Media and politics
TE Nelson, SM Bryner, DM Carnahan
Cambridge handbook of experimental political science, 201-213, 2011
Do corrective effects last? Results from a longitudinal experiment on beliefs toward immigration in the US
D Carnahan, DE Bergan, S Lee
Political Behavior 43 (3), 1227-1246, 2021
The change election: Money, mobilization, and persuasion in the 2008 federal elections
D Magleby
Temple University Press, 2011
Which Bad News to Choose? The Influence of Race and Social Identity on Story Selections Within Negative News Contexts
LF Holt, D Carnahan
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 97 (3), 644-662, 2020
Framing Methodology: A Critical Review
D Carnahan, Q Hao, X Yan
Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics, 2019
Feeling Fine about Being Wrong: The Influence of Self-Affirmation on the Effectiveness of Corrective Information
D Carnahan, Q Hao, X Jiang, H Lee
Human Communication Research 44 (3), 274-298, 2018
Processing style and responsiveness to corrective information
D Carnahan, RK Garrett
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 32 (3), 530-546, 2020
Promoting the Youth Vote: The Role of Informational Cues and Social Pressure
DE Bergan, D Carnahan, N Lajevardi, M Medeiros, S Reckhow, ...
Political Behavior, 1-21, 2021
Candidate Vulnerability and Exposure to Counterattitudinal Information: Evidence From Two US Presidential Elections
D Carnahan, RK Garrett, EK Lynch
Human Communication Research 42 (4), 577-598, 2016
Who are the “opinion-challengers”? Understanding online exposure practices and the role of information utility in the 2008 US Election
D Carnahan, E Lynch, RK Garrett
69th Annual Midwest Political Science Association Conference, Chicago, IL, 2011
Should Science Class Be Fair? Frames and Values in the Evolution Debate
TE Nelson, DE Wittmer, D Carnahan
Political Communication 32 (4), 625-647, 2015
Correcting the misinformed: The effectiveness of fact-checking messages in changing false beliefs
D Carnahan, DE Bergan
Political Communication 39 (2), 166-183, 2022
A motivational approach towards understanding the consequences of selective exposure
D Carnahan
APSA 2012 Annual Meeting Paper, 2012
Flooding the Zone: How Exposure to Implausible Statements Shapes Subsequent Belief Judgments
E Ulusoy, D Carnahan, DE Bergan, RC Barry, S Ma, S Ahn, J McGraw
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 33 (4), 856-872, 2021
What should I believe? A conjoint analysis of the influence of message characteristics on belief in, perceived credibility of, and intent to share political posts
D Carnahan, E Ulusoy, R Barry, J McGraw, I Virtue, DE Bergan
Journal of Communication, 2022
Reinforcement in the Aggregate: Partisan Newspaper Circulation and the Presidential Vote, 1900–1928
DE Bergan, S Lacy, D Carnahan, M Stamm, DH Krier
Journalism Studies 22 (14), 1911-1929, 2021
Out-Party Cues and Factual Beliefs in an Era of Negative Partisanship
S Ahn, DE Bergan, D Carnahan, R Barry, E Ulusoy
Journal of Political Marketing 20 (3-4), 269-288, 2021
Faked videos shore up false beliefs about Biden's mental health
D Carnahan
The Conversation, 2020
Why Motivations Matter: Information-Processing Goals and Their Implications for Selective Exposure to Political Information
D Carnahan
The Ohio State University, 2015
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