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Title Self- and Virtue-Signaling in an Age of Polarization: Activating Political Identity to Distinguish Oneself and Affirm a Positive Self-Image
ID 20190609AA
Nicholas Haas
Email:  Institution / Affiliation : New York University  EGAP member: No 
B3 Acknowledgements This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Political Science Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant (PS DDRIG) No. 1647425. , I also acknowledge the excellent research assistance of Arusyak Hakhnazaryan and funding support from the Center for Experimental Social Science at New York University for piloting of this project. , I received valuable comments from Kevin Arceneaux, Delia Baldassarri, Alexa Bankert, Eric Dickson, Patrick Egan, Rebecca Morton, Jonathan Woon, and participants at the 2017 SPSA Conference and 2017 Toronto Political Behaviour Workshop. , The author takes credit for all errors.
B4 Is one of the study authors a university faculty member? No
B5 Is this Registration Prospective or Retrospective? Registration prior to any research activities
B6 Is this an experimental study? Yes
B7 Date of start of study 06/11/2019
B8 Should this study be gated? (discouraged)
B9 Was this design "cliniced" at an EGAP meeting? No
B10 Is there a pre-analysis plan associated with this registration? Yes
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