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In-text: (Druckman and McGrath, 2019)
Your Bibliography: Druckman, J. and McGrath, M., 2019. The evidence for motivated reasoning in climate change preference formation. Nature Climate Change, 9(2), pp.111-119.
In-text: (Kahan, 2016)
Your Bibliography: Kahan, D., 2016. The Politically Motivated Reasoning Paradigm, Part 1: What Politically Motivated Reasoning Is And How To Measure It. [online] Research Gate. Available at: <https://www.researchgate.net/publication/312307924_The_Politically_Motivated_Reasoning_Paradigm_Part_1_What_Politically_Motivated_Reasoning_Is_and_How_to_Measure_It_An_Interdisciplinary_Searchable_and_Linkable_Resource> [Accessed 7 September 2020].
In-text: (Risbey, 2008)
Your Bibliography: Risbey, J., 2008. The new climate discourse: Alarmist or alarming?. Global Environmental Change, 18(1), pp.26-37.
In-text: (Treverton, 2010)
Your Bibliography: Treverton, G., 2010. Making Policy In The Shadow Of The Future. Santa Monica, CA: RAND, pp.13-37.
In-text: (Wong-Parodi and Feygina, 2020)
Your Bibliography: Wong-Parodi, G. and Feygina, I., 2020. Understanding and countering the motivated roots of climate change denial. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 42, pp.60-64.
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