Todd K Hartman Ph.D.

Todd Hartman is an Assistant professor in the Department of Government & Justice Studies at Appalachian State University (Boone, North Carolina). His research focuses on several areas within political psychology, most notably political attitude formation and change, information processing, and intergroup relations. He teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in American politics, political behavior, and research methods.

There are 2 included publications by Todd K Hartman Ph.D.:

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Easing the Heavy Hand: Humanitarian Concern, Empathy, and Opinion on Immigration 2015 197 The bulk of the public opinion research on immigration identi?es the factors leading to opposition to immigration. In contrast, we focus on a previously unexplored factor yielding support for immigration: humanitarianism. Relying upon secondary analy...
Who Said What? The Effects of Source Cues in Issue Frames 2009 1339 Drawing on previous research concerning the role that source cues play in political information processing, we examine whether an ideological identity match between the source of a framed message and the respondent moderates framing effects. We test ...