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Christopher Lord asks in this JLS article whether the distinction between a working and a debating parliament can help us understand how the European Parliament can contribute to the legitimacy of EU law-making.
Claire Godet from ARENA has co-authored an article in the Journal of Contemporary European Research on food security and biofuels regulations at the international level with special focus on the European Union.
by Jostein Askim, Rune Karlsen and Kristoffer Kolltveit
There is need for more efficient treatment of neurocognitive deficits in schizophrenia.
Two streams of research looking at referent-dependent judgments from slightly different angles are subadditivity research and research on the nonselective superiority bias.
By Fernando Bizzarro, John Gerring, Carl Henrik Knutsen, Allen Hicken, Michael Bernhard, Svend-Erik Skaaning, Michael Coppedge and Staffan I. Lindberg
The event-related P3 potential, as elicited in auditory signal detection tasks, originates from neural activity of multiple cortical structures and presumably reflects an overlap of several cognitive processes.
Oddbjørn Knutsen has contributed with the chapter "Attitudes, values and belief systems" in The Routledge Handbook of Elections, Voting Behavior and Public Opinion, edited by Justin Fisher, Edward Fieldhouse, Mark N. Franklin, Rachel Gibson, Marta Cantijoch and Christopher Wlezien.
By analysing the three main CSDP committees, Mai'a K. Davis Cross sheds light on where secrecy exists and how it works in its relationship to the EU's foreign poilcy outcomes in the journal West European Politics.
Forecasts of future outcomes, such as the consequences of climate change, are given with different degrees of precision.
Astrid Stensrud focuses on the driving forces behind social differences in southern Peru
Diffusion magnetic resonance imaging (dMRI) continues to grow in popularity as a useful neuroimaging method to study brain development, and longitudinal studies that track the same individuals over time are emerging.
Events are temporal “figures”, which can be defined as identifiable segments in time, bounded by beginnings and endings.
Erik O. Eriksen analyses the problems that a differentiated European political order poses for self-rule in the article in the European Journal of Political Research.
Terrorist attacks are known to influence public opinion, but do they also change behaviour? Gunn Elisabeth Birkelund,Tak Wing Chan, Elisabeth Ugreninov, Arnﬁnn H. Midtbøen and Jon Rogstad address this question by comparing the results of two identical randomized ﬁeld experiments on ethnic discrimination in hiring.
In a new Special Issue of The British Journal of Politics and International Relations, Guri Rosén and Kolja Raube aim to explore parliamentary influence in security policies beyond the right to veto troop deployments and other formal sources of authority.
Arnd Schneiderco-edited a new book on the 'field as staged' in performance, art and anthropology.
In the article in the European Law Journal, Johan P. Olsen studies who and what shall constitute 'Europe' and how to develop legitimate political institutions for governing it.
Guri Rosén discusses the reasons for variation in the governance of secrecy in EU external relations in this article of the West European Politics.
Marianne Lien describes aquaculture and the relations between humans and nonhumans triggered by salmon farming.
This article by Anne Krogstad tries to capture the visual mode of political communication by studying how the portrayal of politicians provides the public with knowledge about the world of politics during different information eras.