(2014) The Palgrave Handbook of Global Political Psychology. Nesbitt Larking P., Kinnvall C., Capelos, T. (eds), Palgrave.
Selected journal articles and book chapters:
(forthcoming) with Exadaktylos T, Chrona, S and Poulopoulou, M. ‘The Emotional Economy of the European Financial Crisis in the UK Press’. International Journal of Communication, Special issue on News Media and the Emotional Public Sphere.
(2017) with Chrona, S. ‘Political Psychology of participation in Turkey: civic engagement, basic values, political sophistication and the young’. Southeast European and Black Sea Studies. 17:1:1-19.http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/14683857.2016.1235002
(2017) with Katsanidou, A, and Demertzis, N. ‘Back to Black: Values, Ideologies, and the Black Box of Political Radicalization’. Science and Society, 35, 35-68. http://dx.doi.org/10.12681/sas.11493
(2017) with Exadaktylos T. ‘Feeling the pulse of the Greek Dept Crisis: emotional reactions on the web of blame’. National Identities.19:1:73-90. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/14608944.2015.1113241
(2016) Capelos T. et al. ‘Ingredients of Institutional Reputations and Citizens’
compliance with agency recommendations’. Regulation and Governance. 10:4: 350-367.
(2014) Experimental Political Psychology (chapter 7). In Nesbitt Larking P., Kinnvall C., Capelos T. (eds), Palgrave Handbook of Global Political Psychology, pp.107-126. Palgrave.
(2014) with Exadaktylos T. The good, the bad and the ugly’: stereotypes, prejudices and emotions on Greek media representation of the EU financial crisis”, in Karyotis, G. and Gerodimos, R. (eds.) The Politics of Extreme Austerity: Greece Beyond the Crisis, pp. 46-70. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
(2013) Understanding Anxiety and Aversion: the origins and consequences of affectivity in political campaigns (chapter 3) In N. Demertzis (ed), Emotions in Politics: The affect dimension in political tension, pp. 39-59, Palgrave.
(2012) with Chrona S. “Islamist and Nationalistic Attachments as Determinants of Political Preferences in Turkey”. Perceptions: Journal of International Affairs, 18: 3:51-82
(2012) Capelos T. “Learning from Television Dramas: What Europeans Told Us”. In Graber (ed) On Media: Making Sense of Politics, pp. 116-147, Paradigm Publishers, Boulder, Colorado.
(2012) with van Troost D. “Reason, Passion and Islam: the impact of fear and anger on political tolerance”. In Flood et al (eds), Islam in the Plural: Identities, (Self) Perceptions and Politics, Brill, Netherlands, pp. 75-96.
(2010) Capelos T. “Feeling the Issue: How citizens’ affective reactions and leadership perceptions shape policy evaluations. Journal of Political Marketing. 9: 9-33.
(2010) with Chenoweth J., Barnett J., Fife-Schaw C., and Kelay T. "Comparison of consumer attitudes between Cyprus and Latvia: an evaluation of the effect of setting on consumer preferences in the water industry" Water Resources Management, 24 (15). pp. 4339-4358 (December)
(2009) with Wurtzer H. “United Nations scandals and media coverage” Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management, vol 17. 2: 75-94 (June)
(2009) with Demertzis N., Vadratsikas, K. “Political competence and information: the significant role of TV-Dramas”. Communications Issues, 8: 77-101.
(2008) with Smilovitz J. “As a matter of feeling: Emotions and the choice of mediator tactics in international mediation” The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, 3: 63-85 (March)
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