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Douglas Oxley

  • PhD
  • Assistant Professor
  • University of Wyoming
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Research interests

Public Policy Institutions Political Psychology Computational Modeling

About

I am interested in understanding the ties between individual political psychology and aggregate outcomes in the policy process, amongst other things.

Co-authors (14)

  • Andrew Bedrous

Publications (5)

  • Abnormal Daily Temperature and Concern about Climate Change Across the United States

    • Brooks J
    • Oxley D
    • Vedlitz A
    • et al.
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    10Citations
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  • The effect of persuasive messages on policy problem recognition

    • Oxley D
    • Vedlitz A
    • Wood B
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  • From embodiment to public policy: The intersection of individual physiology, psychology, and institutional policy behaviors

    • Cantele M
    • Hannagan R
    • Oxley D
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  • Disgust sensitivity and the neurophysiology of left-right political orientations

    • Smith K
    • Oxley D
    • Hibbing M
    • et al.
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    68Citations
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  • Linking Genetics and Political Attitudes: Reconceptualizing Political Ideology

    • Smith K
    • Oxley D
    • Hibbing M
    • et al.
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Professional experience

Assistant Professor

University of Wyoming

August 2012 - Present

Postdoctoral Research Associate

Texas A&M University

August 2010 - July 2012(2 years)

Presidential Fellow

University of Nebraska - Lincoln

August 2009 - August 2010(a year)

Graduate Assistant

University of Nebraska - Lincoln

August 2005 - August 2009(4 years)

Education history

PhD in Political Science

University of Nebraska

August 2005 - August 2010(5 years)

M.A. in Economics

University of Nebraska

August 1992 - May 1994(2 years)

B.A. Economics and Political Science

University of Nebraska - Lincoln

August 1987 - December 1991(4 years)