- Title Pages
- Chapter One Theorizing Affect's Effects
- Part I Putting the Affect Effect in Perspective
- Chapter Two Philosophical Psychology with Political Intent
- Chapter Three Political Cognition as Social Cognition: Are We All Political Sophisticates?
- Chapter Four Emotional Processing and Political Judgment: Toward Integrating Political Psychology and Decision Neuroscience
- Part II Micro Models
- Chapter Five The Primacy of Affect in Political Evaluations
- Chapter Six The Third Way: The Theory of Affective Intelligence and American Democracy
- Chapter Seven Affective Intelligence and Voting: Information Processing and Learning in a Campaign
- Chapter Eight Identities, Interests, and Emotions: Symbolic versus Material Wellsprings of Fear, Anger, and Enthusiasm
- Chapter Nine On the Distinct Political Effects of Anxiety and Anger
- Chapter Ten Don't Give Up Hope: Emotions, Candidate Appraisals, and Votes
- Part III Macro Models
- Chapter Eleven The Road to Public Surveillance: Breeching Attention Thresholds
- Chapter Twelve Meaning, Cultural Symbols, and Campaign Strategies
- Chapter Thirteen Testing Some Implications of Affective Intelligence Theory at the Aggregate Level
- Part IV Next Steps in Research and Outreach
- Chapter Fourteen Politics and the Equilibrium of Fear: Can Strategies and Emotions Interact?
- Chapter Fifteen The Affect Effect in the Very Real World of Political Campaigns
- Chapter Sixteen Cognitive Neuroscience and Politics: Next Steps
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