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Promise and challenge of party primary elections: A comparative perspective
WP Cross, O Kenig, S Pruysers, G Rahat
McGill-Queen's Press-MQUP, 2016
1012016
Party primaries: Towards a definition and typology
O Kenig, W Cross, S Pruysers, G Rahat
Representation 51 (2), 147-160, 2015
762015
The personalization of democratic politics and the challenge for political parties
WP Cross, RS Katz, S Pruysers
(No Title), 2018
752018
Candidate selection in Canada: Local autonomy, centralization, and competing democratic norms
S Pruysers, W Cross
American Behavioral Scientist 60 (7), 781-798, 2016
692016
The power of the dark side: personality, the dark triad, and political ambition
J Blais, S Pruysers
Personality and Individual Differences 113, 167-172, 2017
662017
The impact of parties on women’s representation
S Pruysers, W Cross, A Gauja, G Rahat
Organizing political parties: Representation, participation, and power, 208-33, 2017
622017
Why Won’t Lola Run? An Experiment Examining Stereotype Threat and Political Ambition
S Pruysers, J Blais
Politics & Gender, 2016
622016
Narcissistic women and cash-strapped men: Who can be encouraged to consider running for political office, and who should do the encouraging?
S Pruysers, J Blais
Political Research Quarterly 72 (1), 229-242, 2019
452019
Who makes a good citizen? The role of personality
S Pruysers, J Blais, PG Chen
Personality and Individual Differences 146, 99-104, 2019
402019
Sore losers? The costs of intra-party democracy
W Cross, S Pruysers
Party Politics 25 (4), 483-494, 2019
362019
Personalism, personalization and party politics
S Pruysers, WP Cross, RS Katz
The personalization of democratic politics and the challenge for political …, 2018
352018
Anything women can do men can do better: An experiment examining the effects of stereotype threat on political knowledge and efficacy
S Pruysers, J Blais
The Social Science Journal 51 (3), 341-349, 2014
302014
The dark side of politics: Participation and the dark triad
P Chen, S Pruysers, J Blais
Political Studies 69 (3), 577-601, 2021
292021
A little encouragement goes a (not so) long way: an experiment to increase political ambition
S Pruysers, J Blais
Journal of Women, Politics & Policy 39 (3), 384-395, 2018
262018
Research note:“Negative” personalization: party leaders and party strategy
S Pruysers, W Cross
Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique …, 2016
252016
The challenges of inclusive intra-party selection methods
O Kenig, S Pruysers
Democratizing candidate selection: new methods, old receipts?, 25-48, 2018
242018
Reconsidering vertical integration: An examination of national political parties and their counterparts in Ontario
S Pruysers
Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique …, 2014
242014
The local determinants of representation: Party constituency associations, Candidate nomination and gender
WP Cross, S Pruysers
Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique …, 2019
232019
Glass cliffs or partisan pressure? Examining gender and party leader tenures and exits
B O’Neill, S Pruysers, DK Stewart
Political Studies 69 (2), 257-277, 2021
222021
Why do they run? The psychological underpinnings of political ambition
J Blais, S Pruysers, PG Chen
Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique …, 2019
202019
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