lupia

lupia

A nonspecific term for any mass located on the eyelid.
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Tom Lupia, chair of the local chapter in Columbus, Ohio, believes the national organization is moving "in the wrong direction."
Personal characteristics of the participants can influence perceptions of source credibility (Brewer & Ley, 2013; Brossard & Nisbet, 2007; Campbell et al., 1999; Flanagin & Metzger, 2003, 2008; Frewer, 1999; Lupia, 2013; Pornpitakpan, 2004).
Krosnick, and Arthur Lupia. "The Quality of Government Records and 'Overestimation' of Registration and Turnout in Surveys: Lessons from the 2008 ANES Panel Study's Registration and Turnout Validation Exercises." Working Paper no.
Por su parte, Lupia y Philpot (2005) plantean que Internet no es un bloque con el que la gente interactua en su conjunto, las personas interactuan con sitios web especificos y explican que el efecto de Internet sobre el interes por la politica depende de los sitios web visitados, la edad y de como las personas evaluan ese sitio especifico.
P.; Hesse, B.; Humphreys, M.: Ishiyama, J.; Karlan, D.; Kraut, A.; Lupia, A.; Mabry, P.; Madon, T.; Malhotra, N.; Mayo-Wilson, E.; McNutt, M.; Miguel, E.; Levy Paluck E.; Simonsohn, U.; Soderberg, C.; Spellman, B.
juliflora de 4 meses de viverizacion dieron 0.3 (Rueda-Sanchez et al., 2012) mientras que en P hassleri de 90 dias se lograron valores de 0.06 a 0.12 en condiciones experimentales y de 0.05 en produccion comercial en vivero (Lupia, 2008).
(11) Arthur Lupia, Uninformed: Why People Know So Little About Politics and What We Can Do About It (New York: Oxford University Press, 2016).
Lupia (eds.), Cambridge Handbook of Experimental political Science, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
and Lupia, A., 'The Growth and Development of Experimental Research in Political Science', 2006, American Political Science Review, vol.