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Campus Diversity: The Hidden Consensus, with John Carey and Yusaku Horiuchi, 2020. Cambridge University Press.


"Endorsements from Republican Politicians Can Increase Confidence in Elections," with Robb Willer, 2023. Research and Politics.


"The BIAT and the AMP As Measures of Racial Prejudice in Political Science: A Methodological Assessment," with Jordan Horrillo and Paul Sniderman, 2022. Political Science Research and Methods.

"The Limited Impact of Identity Frames on Support for Multiracial Candidates," with Charles Crabtree and Yusaku Horiuchi, 2022. Journal of Experimental Political Science.

"Who Will Defend Democracy? Evaluating Tradeoffs in Candidate Support Among Partisan Donors and Voters," with John Carey, Gretchen Helmke, Brendan Nyhan, Mitch Sanders, and Susan Stokes, 2022. Journal of Elections, Public Opinion, and Parties 32: 230-245.

"Elite Rhetoric Can Undermine Democratic Norms," with Nicholas Davis, Brendan Nyhan, Ethan Porter, Timothy Ryan, and Thomas Wood, 2021. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (23): e2024125118.

"Evaluating the Effects of Vaccine Messaging on Immunization Intentions and Behavior: Evidence from Two Randomized Controlled Trials in Vermont," with Christine Finley, D.J. Flynn, Meredith Graves, and Brendan Nyhan, 2021. Vaccine 39 (40): 5909-5917.

Exposure to Immigration and Admissions Preferences: Evidence from France,” with Yusaku Horiuchi and Jeremy Ferwerda, 2021. Political Behavior 43: 175-200.

Real Solutions for Fake News? Measuring the Effectiveness of General Warnings and Fact-Check Banners in Reducing Belief in False Stories on Social Media,” with Brendan Nyhan and Dartmouth undergraduate students, 2020. Political Behavior 42: 1073-1095.

Who Wants to Hire a More Diverse Faculty? A Conjoint Analysis of Faculty and Student Preferences for Gender and Racial/Ethnic Diversity,” with John Carey, Yusaku Horiuchi, and partners at UNM and UNR, 2020. Politics, Groups, and Identities 8(3): 535-553.

Partisan Motivated Reasoning and Misinformation in the Media: Is News from Ideologically Uncongenial Sources More Suspicious?” with Yusaku Horiuchi and Dartmouth undergraduate students, 2019. Japanese Journal of Political Science 20(3): 129-142.


Designed a top-performing intervention entitled "Democratic Fear" in "Megastudy identifying successful interventions to strengthen Americans’ democratic attitudes" for the Strengthening Democracy Challenge with Michael Tomz, 2022. 


"Why the January 6 hearings could be a game changer," with Robb Willer, 2022. CNN Opinion.


"If the GOP’s civil war keeps up, voters are likely to flee," 2021. The Monkey Cage at the Washington Post.

"How the media describes Kamala Harris’s ethnicity doesn’t affect what voters think of her," with Charles Crabtree and Yusaku Horiuchi, 2020. The Monkey Cage at the Washington Post.

"It’s college admissions season, and students are looking for diverse campuses," with John Carey and Yusaku Horiuchi, 2020. The Monkey Cage at the Washington Post.

Party, Policy, Democracy and Candidate Choice in U.S. Elections,” with John Carey, Gretchen Helmke, Sue Stokes, and Mitch Sanders, 2018. Bright Line Watch.

Academic Excellence still Paramount but Students Clearly Favour Greater Diversity in Admissions and Faculty Recruitment,” with John Carey, Simon Hix, and Yusaku Horiuchi, 2017. LSE Impact Blog.


"The Stability of Not-In-My-Backyard Attitudes toward Refugees: Evidence from the Ukrainian Refugee Crisis," with Jeremy Ferwerda and Yusaku Horiuchi. Under review.

"Three Theories of White Identity Politics," with Ashley Jardina and Paul Sniderman. Under review.

"Avoiding Measurement Error Bias in Conjoint Analysis," with Yusaku Horiuchi, Aaron Kaufman, Gary King, and Mayya Komisarchik.

"Best Practices for Bad Stimuli," with Ethan Porter, Yamil Velez, and Tom Wood.

"The Public's Response to Democratic Backsliding.

"Does Intraparty Conflict Impact Partisan Attitudes? The Case of Voter Fraud in the 2020 Election."

"Public Support for Structural Democratic Reforms," with Robb Willer.

"Causes and Consequences of Democratic Collapse: Interventions for Democracy Attitudes," with Michael Tomz and Robb Willer.

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