Published:

Osmundsen, M., Bor, A., Bechmann, A., Bjerregaard, P., & Petersen, M.B. (2021) Partisan polarization is the primary psychological motivation behind “fake news” sharing on Twitter. American Political Science Review. UNGATED

Petersen, M.B. Bor, A., Jørgensen, F., & Lindholt M.F. (Forthcoming) Transparent Communication About Negative Features of COVID-19 Vaccines Decreases Acceptance but Increases Trust. PNAS - Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA. UNGATED

Bartusevicius, H., Bor, A., Jørgensen, F.J., & Petersen, M.B. (Forthcoming) The psychological burden of the COVID-19 pandemic is associated with anti-systemic attitudes and political violence. Psychological Science UNGATED

Bor, A. & Simonovits, G. (Forthcoming) Empathy and preferences for welfare assistance – A pre-registered large-scale perspective-taking experiment. Political Behavior. UNGATED

Jørgensen, F., Bor, A., Lindholt M.F., & Petersen, M.B. (Forthcoming) Public Support for Government Responses Against COVID-19 Across Western Democracies in 2020. West European Politics. UNGATED

Lindholt M.F., Jørgensen, F., Bor, A., & Petersen, M.B. (Forthcoming) Willingness to Use an Approved COVID-19 Vaccine: Cross-National Evidence on Levels and Individual-Level Predictors. BMJ Open. UNGATED

Lindholt M.F., Jørgensen, F., Bor, A., & Petersen, M.B. (Forthcoming) Support for Border Security During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Evidence on Levels and Predictors from Eight Western Democracies. Journal of Elections, Public Opinion & Parties UNGATED

Jørgensen, F., Bor, A. & Petersen, M.B. (2021). Compliance Without Fear: Individual-Level Predictors of Protective Behavior During the First Wave of the COVID-19 Pandemic.. British Journal of Health Psychology, 26(2), 679-696. UNGATED.

Petersen, M.B., Osmundsen, M., & Bor, A. (2021). Beyond Populism – The Psychology of Status-Seeking and Extreme Political Discontent.. IN Forgas J.P., Crano B., & Fiedler K. (eds) The Psychology of Populism, Routledge.

Bor A., Mazepus, H., Bokemper, S., & DeScioli P. (2021). When should the majority rule? Experimental evidence for Madisonian judgments in five cultures. Journal of Experimental Political Science, 8(1), 41-50. doi: 10.1017/XPS.2020.8. UNGATED. Harvard Dataverse.

Bor A. (2020). Evolutionary leadership theory and economic voting: Warmth and competence impressions mediate the effect of economic perceptions on vote. The Leadership Quarterly, 31(2). doi: 10.1016/j.leaqua.2019.05.002 UNGATED. OSF repository.

Bor A. (2018). Intention and Competence Impressions in Political Leader Evaluations - PhD Dissertation. Politica ISBN: 978-87-7335-231-1

Bor A. (2018). Correcting for base-rates in multidimensional who-said-what experiments. Evolution and Human Behavior, 39(5), 473-478. doi: 10.1016/j.evolhumbehav.2018.04.003 UNGATED. OSF repository.

Laustsen, L., & Bor, A. (2017). The relative weight of character traits in political candidate evaluations: Warmth is more important than competence, leadership and integrity. Electoral Studies, 49, 96–107. doi: 10.1016/j.electstud.2017.08.001 UNGATED. Dataverse repository.

Bor A. (2017). Spontaneous categorization along competence in partner and leader evaluations. Evolution and Human Behavior, 38(4), 468–473. doi: 10.1016/j.evolhumbehav.2017.03.006 UNGATED. OSF repository.

Revise and resubmits:

The Psychology of Online Political Hostility: A Comprehensive, Cross-National Test of the Mismatch Hypothesis. (with Petersen M. B.). – Revise and resubmit at American Political Science Review. Pre-print on PsyArXiv

Candidate evaluations across the aisle: Cross-cultural and experimental evidence that out-partisans value candidate warmth more than in-partisans. (with Laustsen L.) – Revise and resubmit at European Journal of Political Research. Pre-print on PsyArXiv

Moralizing Physical Distancing during the COVID-19 Pandemic – Personal Motivations Predict Moral Condemnation (with Lindholt MF, Jørgensen FJ, & Petersen MB). Revise and resubmit at Political Psychology. Pre-print on PsyArXiv

Does the introduction of a mandatory policy on face mask use elicit risk-compensation? Quasi-experimental evidence from Denmark during the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic. (with Jørgensen FJ, Lindholt MF, & Petersen MB) – Revise and resubmit at European Journal of Public Health. Pre-print on PsyArXiv

Publications - Alexander Bor