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Yanna Krupnikov is a Professor of Communication Media at the University of Michigan. Her research and teaching focus on political communication, political psychology, political behavior ,and empirical methodology. Broadly, she is interested in media effects and political expression.
Searles, K., Y. Krupnikov, J.B. Ryan and H. Style, Constructing Political Expertise in the News. 2022, Cambridge University Press.
Krupnikov, Y. and J.B. Ryan, The Other Divide: Polarization and Disengagement in American Politics. 2022, Cambridge University Press.
Soroka, S. and Y. Krupnikov, The Increasing Viability of Positive News. 2021, Cambridge University Press.
Klar, S. and Y. Krupnikov, Independent Politics: How American Disdain for Parties Leads to Political Inaction. 2016, Cambridge University Press
Philip Converse Award, Elections Public Opinion and Voting Behavior, APSA 2021
Robert Lane Award for Best Book in Political Psychology, APSA 2017
APSA Experiments Section Best Book Award, APSA 2017
Reviewed: Public Opinion Quarterly, book symposium in Journal of Politics