The book Affective Intelligence and Political Judgment, George E. Marcus, W. Russell Neuman, and Michael MacKuen is published by University of Chicago Press. Reading References Index.
Under the affective intelligence theory, the attentive voters are those who are either "habitually attentive" or those who are "anxious" about a candidate they would otherwise be inclined to support.
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Affective Intelligence and Political Judgment. by Michael MacKuen, George E. Russell Neuman.
George E. Marcus is a professor of political science at Williams College. Michael MacKuen is the Burton Craige professor of political science at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
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Michael B. MacKuen, Burton Craige Professor of Political Science, received his . from Virginia (1970) and his P. from Michigan (1979). Prior to coming to UNC, he taught at Washington University and the University of Missouri in St. Louis. His books includeAffective Intelligence and Political Judgment (with George Marcus and W. Russell Neuman, 2000) and The Macro Polity(with Robert Erikson and James Stimson, 2002). GE Marcus, WR Neuman, M MacKuen. The emotional foundation of political cognition: The impact of extrinsic anxiety on the formation of political tolerance judgments. GE Marcus, JL Sullivan, E TheissMorse, D Stevens. University of Chicago Press, 2000. Political tolerance and American democracy. JL Sullivan, J Piereson, GE Marcus. University of Chicago Press, 1993. Political Psychology 26 (6), 949-963, 2005. Emotion and political psychology. Oxford University Press, 2013.
George Emanuel Marcus is an American professor of anthropology at the University of California, Irvine who focuses on the anthropology of elites. Marcus received a . from Yale University in 1968 and a P. from Harvard in 1976.