Published Research

Amsalem, E., & Zoizner, A. (2022). Do people learn about politics on social media? A meta-analysis of 76 studies. Journal of Communication.

Dvir-Gvirsman, S., Tsuriel, K., Shenhav, S.R., Sheafer, T., Zoizner, A., Lavi, L., Shamir, M., & Waismel-Manor, I. (2022). Mediated representation at the age of social media: How connection with politicians contributes to citizens’ feelings of representation. Evidence from a longitudinal study. Political Communication.

Zoizner, A., Sheafer, T., Castro, L., Aalberg, T., Cardenal, A. S. , Corbu, N., … Van Aelst, P. (2022). The effects of the COVID-19 outbreak on selective exposure: Evidence from 17 countries. Political Communication. 39(5), 674-696.

Amsalem, E., & Zoizner, A. (2020). Real, but limited: A meta-analytic assessment of framing effects in the political domainBritish Journal of Political Science, 52(1), 221-237.

Zoizner, A., Shenhav, S.R., Fogel-Dror, Y., & Sheafer, T. (2021). "Strategy news is good news: How journalistic coverage of politics reduces affective polarization". Political Communication, 38(5), 604-623.

Zoizner, A. (2021). The consequences of strategic news coverage for democracy: A meta-analysis. Communication Research, 48(1), 3-25.

Shenhav, S.R., Sheafer, T., Zoizner, A., van Hoof, A., Kleinnijenhuis, J., Kaplan, Y.R., & Hopmann, D.N. (2021). Story incentive: The effect of national stories on voting turnout. European Political Science Review, 13(2), 249-264.

Amsalem, E., Zoizner, A., Sheafer, T., Walgrave, S., & Loewen, P.J. (2020). The effects of politicians’ personality on their media visibility. Communication Research, 47(7), 1079-1102.

Zoizner, A., Sheafer, T., & Walgrave, S. (2017). How politicians' attitudes and goals moderate political agenda-setting by the media. International Journal of Press/Politics, 22(4), 431-449.

Zoizner, A., Fogel-Dror, Y., & Sheafer, T. (2017). When politicians react to the media: How the attitudes and goals of political elites moderate the effect of the media on the political agenda. In P. Van Aelst & S. Walgrave (Eds.), How political actors use the media: A functional analysis of the media’s role in politics (pp. 147-163). Cham: Palgrave Macmillan.

Walgrave, S., Sevenans, J., Zoizner, A., & Ayling M. (2017). The media independency of political elites. In P. Van Aelst & S. Walgrave (Eds.), How political actors use the media: A functional analysis of the media’s role in politics (pp. 127-145). Cham: Palgrave Macmillan.

Under Review

Zoizner, A., & Amsalem, E. “Do citizens penalize politicians for broken promises? Evidence from four experiments.”

Amsalem, E., & Zoizner, A. “The Causal Effect of Candidate Extremity on Citizens’ Preferences: Evidence from Conjoint Experiments.”

Matthes, J., Corbu, N., Soyeon, J., Theocharis, Y., Schemer, C., Van Aelst, P., … Zoizner, A. “Perceived prevalence of misinformation fuels emotional concerns about covid-19: a cross-country, multi-method investigation.”

Working Papers

Zoizner, A., & Amsalem, E. “Elite cues and evaluations of sexual misconduct.”

Matthes, J., Zoizner, A., Nanz, A., Hopmann, D. N., Theocharis, Y., & Noetzel, S. “The relationship between incidental exposure and political participation: A cross-country, multilevel analysis.”