Dr. Thomas J Rudolph

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Dr. Thomas J Rudolph

Professor of Political Science

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Specializations / Research Interest(s)

  • Public Opinion, Political Behavior, Political Psychology

Education

  • PhD University of Minnesota, 2001

Distinctions / Awards

  • Erik Erikson Award, International Society of Political Psychology, 2010
  • Distinguished Graduate Award, University of Minnesota, 2008
  • Emerging Scholar Award, Elections, Public Opinion, and Voting Behavior section of the American Political Science Association, 2007

Publications

Books

  • Grant, J. T., and Thomas J. Rudolph. Expression vs. Equality: The Politics of Campaign Finance Reform. Columbus: The Ohio State University Press, 2004.

Journal Articles

  • Rudolph, Thomas J. "The Dynamics of Ambivalence." American Journal of Political Science 55.3 (2011): 561-573.
  • Popp, Elizabeth , and Thomas J. Rudolph. "A Tale of Two Ideologies." Journal of Politics 73.3 (2011): 808-820.
  • Rudolph, Thomas J., and Elizabeth Popp. "Race, Environment, and Interracial Trust." Journal of Politics 72.1 (2010): 1-16.
  • Rudolph, Thomas J. "Political Trust, Ideology, and Public Support for Tax Cuts." Public Opinion Quarterly 73.1 (2009): 144-158.
  • Rudolph, Thomas J., and Elizabeth Popp. "Bridging the Ideological Divide: Trust and Support for Social Security Privatization." Political Behavior 31.3 (2009): 331-351.
  • Marc, Hetherington J., and Thomas J. Rudolph. "Priming, Performance, and the Dynamics of Political Trust." Journal of Politics 70.2 (2008): 498-512.
  • Rudolph, Thomas J., and Elizabeth Popp. "An Information Processing Theory of Ambivalence." Political Psychology 28.5 (2007): 563-585.
  • Rudolph, Thomas J. "Triangulating Political Responsibility: The Motivated Formation of Responsibility Judgments." Political Psychology 27.1 (2006): 99-122.
  • Rudolph, Thomas J., and Jillian Evans. "Political Trust, Ideology, and Public Support for Government Spending." American Journal of Political Science 49.3 (2005): 660-671.
  • Rudolph, Thomas J. "Group Attachment and the Reduction of Value-Driven Ambivalence." Political Psychology 26.6 (2005): 905-928.
  • Rudolph, Thomas J. "Who's Responsible for the Economy? The Formation and Consequences of Responsibility Attributions." American Journal of Political Science 47.4 (2003): 697-712.
  • Grant, J. T., and Thomas J. Rudolph. "Value Conflict, Group Affect, and the Issue of Campaign Finance." American Journal of Political Science 47.3 (2003): 453-469.
  • "Institutional Context and the Assignment of Political Responsibility." Journal of Politics 65.1 (2003): 190-215.