lupia

lupia

A nonspecific term for any mass located on the eyelid.
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Address : Eepartement de la Vendee: Direction des services techniques et de leducation service conduite doperation Ludovic Ledu Franck Lupia
Lieber , Georgetown University Arthur Lupia , University of Michigan Sarah Mathew , Arizona State University Ian Morris , Stanford University Leith Mullings , The Graduate Center, City University of New York Laurence Ralph , Harvard University Louise I.
Then as befitting the stature of an Oscar-nominated actor, she followed up with the acclaimed 12 Years a Slave, starring Lupia Nyong'o, Benedict Cumberbatch and Brad Pitt.
Arthur Lupia, Deliberation Disconnected: What It Takes to Improve Civic Competence, 65 Law & Contemp.
Quirk "Reconsidering the Rational Public: Cognition, Heuristics, and Mass Opinion" in Arthur Lupia, Matthew D.
This could be of particular significance for these people's political attitudes and behavior: as contemporary research shows, most people know little about politics, pay insufficient attention to political issues, and rely heavily on heuristics (including but not limited to language stereotypes) to form their opinions and make decisions (Levendusky 2011; Lupia and McCubbins 2000; Luskin and Bullock 2011).
See ANTHONY DOWNS, AN ECONOMIC THEORY OF DEMOCRACY 138-60 (1957); ARTHUR LUPIA & MATHEW D.
University of Michigan political science professor Arthur Lupia, who also spoke at the April conference, agrees.
Tetlock, Coping with Trade-Offs: Psychological Constraints and Political Implications, in ELEMENTS OF REASON: COGNITION, CHOICE, AND THE BOUNDS OF RATIONALITY 239, 239-42 (Arthur Lupia & Mathew Daniel McCubbins eds.
Assuming asymmetric information, such an outcome may not necessarily obtain, as shown by Gerber and Lupia (1995) and Matsusaka and McCarty (2001).
In the context of New Public Management, accountability is seen by some authors as a concept closely linked to principal-agent theory (Stem 2000; Lupia 2003; Benz 2007; Schillemans 2008).