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Patrick A. Stewart
Patrick A. Stewart
Professor of Political Science, University of Arkansas
Verified email at uark.edu
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Presidential speechmaking style: Emotional response to micro-expressions of facial affect
PA Stewart, BM Waller, JN Schubert
Motivation and Emotion 33, 125-135, 2009
1322009
A defining presidential moment: 9/11 and the rally effect
JN Schubert, PA Stewart, MA Curran
Political psychology 23 (3), 559-583, 2002
1262002
The influence of self-and other-deprecatory humor on presidential candidate evaluation during the 2008 US election
PA Stewart
Social Science Information 50 (2), 201-222, 2011
762011
Taking leaders at face value: Ethology and the analysis of televised leader displays
PA Stewart, FK Salter, M Mehu
Politics and the Life Sciences 28 (1), 48-74, 2009
732009
Determinants of farmland value: the case of DeKalb County, Illinois
PA Stewart, LW Libby
Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy 20 (1), 80-95, 1998
73*1998
Conducting experiments in public management research: A practical guide
M Bękgaard, C Baethge, J Blom-Hansen, CA Dunlop, M Esteve, ...
International Public Management Journal 18 (2), 323-342, 2015
652015
Disgust and the politics of sex: Exposure to a disgusting odorant increases politically conservative views on sex and decreases support for gay marriage
TG Adams, PA Stewart, JC Blanchar
PloS one 9 (5), e95572, 2014
632014
Interpreting President Barack Obama's facial displays of emotion: Revisiting the Dartmouth group
PA Stewart, PK Ford Dowe
Political Psychology 34 (3), 369-385, 2013
502013
Strengthening bonds and connecting with followers: A biobehavioral inventory of political smiles
PA Stewart, EP Bucy, M Mehu
Politics and the Life Sciences 34 (1), 73-92, 2015
442015
Debatable humor: Laughing matters on the 2008 presidential primary campaign
PA Stewart
Lexington Books, 2012
412012
Trends affecting the next generation of US agricultural biotechnology: Politics, policy, and plant-made pharmaceuticals
PA Stewart, AJ Knight
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 72 (5), 521-534, 2005
352005
Public opinion toward the first, second, and third generations of plant biotechnology
PA Stewart, WP McLean
In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology-Plant 41, 718-724, 2005
302005
Polls and elections: Do the presidential primary debates matter? Measuring candidate speaking time and audience response during the 2012 primaries
PA Stewart
Presidential Studies Quarterly 45 (2), 361-381, 2015
282015
The invisible hands of political parties in presidential elections: Party activists and political aggregation from 2004 to 2012
A Dowdle, S Limbocker, S Yang, K Sebold, P Stewart
Springer, 2013
242013
The personalization of campaigns: Nonverbal cues in presidential debates
EP Bucy, P Stewart
Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics, 2018
222018
Presidential laugh lines: Candidate display behavior and audience laughter in the 2008 primary debates
PA Stewart
Politics and the Life Sciences 29 (2), 55-72, 2010
202010
“Please clap”: Applause, laughter, and booing during the 2016 GOP presidential primary debates
PA Stewart, AD Eubanks, J Miller
PS: Political Science & Politics 49 (4), 696-700, 2016
192016
Fear and hope over the third generation of agricultural biotechnology: Analysis of public response in the Federal Register
PA Stewart, W McLean
AgBioForum, 2004
192004
Political humor in a changing media landscape: A new generation of research
M Boukes, J Compton, RG Dye, S Edgerly, AD Eubanks, SJ Farnsworth, ...
Rowman & Littlefield, 2020
182020
Candidate performance and observable audience response: Laughter and applause–cheering during the first 2016 Clinton–Trump presidential debate
PA Stewart, AD Eubanks, RG Dye, ZH Gong, EP Bucy, RH Wicks, ...
Frontiers in psychology 9, 1182, 2018
182018
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