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  1. Pwned: How Often Are Americans' Online Accounts Breached?
    With Ken Cor. ACM Web Science Conference, 2019
    SUPP. MATERIALS: Replication Materials

  2. Domain Knowledge: Predicting the Kind of Content Hosted by a Domain
    With Suriyan Laohaprapanon
    Complex, Intelligent and Software Intensive Systems (CISIS), 2020.
    SUPP. MATERIALS: Replication Materials
    RELATED: Python Package for implementing the method.

  3. The Micro-Task Market for "Lemons": Collecting Data on Amazon's Mechanical Turk
    With Doug Ahler and Carrie Roush. Political Science Research and Methods, 2021.
    SUPP. MATERIALS: Replication Materials

  4. Street Sense: Learning from Google Street View
    With Suriyan Laohaprapanon and Kimberly Ortleb.
    arXiv.org
    SUPP. MATERIALS: Replication Materials

  5. Predicting Race and Ethnicity From Sequence of Characters in a Name
    With Suriyan Laohaprapanon. arXiv.org
    RELATED: Python Package for implementing the method.
    PRESS: InfoQ | AnacondaCON presentation (Video)

  6. Asymmetries in Cricket: The Effects of Winning the Toss on Winning the Match
    With Apoorva Lal, Derek Willis, Gaurav Sood, and Avidit Acharya
    SUPP. MATERIALS: Replication Archive
    RELATED: Fairly Random: Impact of Winning the Toss on the Probability of Winning
    With Derek Willis. | arXiv.org | Scripts and Data
    PRESS: ESPNCricinfo: How much does the toss really matter?
    RELATED: ESPNCricinfo: Why replacing the toss with an auction is the fair thing to do

  7. By the Numbers: Toward More Precise Numerical Summaries of Results
    With Andrew Guess. The Political Methodologist. 24(1): 2016
    SUPP. MATERIALS: Scripts and Data

  8. Propagation of Error: Approving Citations to Problematic Research
    With Ken Cor.
    SUPP. MATERIALS: Data and Scripts
    RELATED: Web application for highligting citations to retracted articles in bibliographies.

  9. The Face of Crime in Prime Time: Evidence from Law and Order
    With Daniel Trielli. Invited to Revise and Resubmit by Plos One.
    SUPP. MATERIALS: Data and Scripts
    PRESS: The Washington Post

  10. Guessing and Forgetting: A Latent Class Model for Measuring Learning
    With Ken Cor. Political Analysis. 24(2): 226–242, 2016.
    SUPP. MATERIALS: Replication Materials
    REVIEW: '... a real contribution to the literature.' — Ed Haertel
    RELATED: R Package for implementing the method.

  11. Measuring Learning in Informative Processes
    With Robert Luskin and Ariel Helfer.

  12. Not News: Provision of Apolitical News in the British News Media
    With Suriyan Laohaprapanon
    SUPP. MATERIALS: Replication Materials

  13. Follow Your Ideology: A Measure of Ideological Location of Media Sources
    With Pablo Barberá.

  14. The Hostile Audience: The Effect of Access to Broadband Internet on Partisan Affect
    With Yphtach Lelkes and Shanto Iyengar. American Journal of Political Science. 61(1): 5–20, 2017.
    SUPP. MATERIALS: Replication Materials
    PRESS: The Guardian

  15. The Supply of Media Slant Across Outlets and Demand for Slant Within Outlets: Evidence from US Presidential Campaign News
    With Marcel Garz, Daniel Stone, and Justin Wallace. European Journal of Political Economy, 2020.
    SUPP. MATERIALS: Replication Materials

  16. Don't Expose Yourself: Discretionary Exposure to Political Information
    With Yphtach Lelkes. Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics. 2018.
    SUPP. MATERIALS: Replication Materials
    RELATED: Categorizing the Content of Domains, Measuring Selective Exposure, The Fairest of All

  17. You Cannot be Serious: The Impact of Accuracy Incentives on Partisan Bias
    With Markus Prior and Kabir Khanna. Quarterly Journal of Political Science. 10(4), 489–518, 2015.
    SUPP. MATERIALS: Online Appendix; Replication Materials
    PRESS: Washington Monthly, Pacific Standard, The New York Times
    RELATED: Partisan Gaps in Retrospection are Highly Variable; Blog Post

  18. Motivated Responding in Studies of Factual Learning
    With Kabir Khanna. Political Behavior. 40(1): 79–101, 2018.
    SUPP. MATERIALS: Replication Materials
    RELATED: Blog Summarizing the Paper, The Innumerate American

  19. A Gap in Our Understanding? Reconsidering the Evidence for Partisan Knowledge Gaps
    With Carrie Roush. Quarterly Journal of Political Science.. 2022.
    SUPP. MATERIALS: Replication Materials
    RELATED: An Unclear Gap: How Vague Response Options Produce Partisan Knowledge Gaps

  20. The Waters of Casablanca: On Political Misinformation
    With Robert Luskin.

  21. Misinformation About Misinformation: Of Headlines and Survey Design
    With Robert Luskin, Yul Min Park, and Joshua Blank.

  22. Misinformed About the Affordable Care Act? Leveraging Certainty to Assess the Prevalence of Misinformation
    With Josh Pasek and Jon Krosnick. Journal of Communication. 65(4): 660–673, 2015
    SUPP. MATERIALS: Supporting Information | Replication Materials

  23. Americans' Attitudes Toward The Affordable Care Act: Would Better Public Understanding Increase or Decrease Favorability?
    With Wendy Gross, Tobias Stark, Jon Krosnick, Josh Pasek, Trevor Thompson, Jennifer Agiesta, and Dennis Junius.
    PRESS: Forbes, Pacific Standard, The Dish, among other outlets.

  24. Americans' Attitudes toward the Affordable Care Act: What Role Do Beliefs Play?
    With Gabriel Miao Li, Josh Pasek, Jon Krosnick, Tobias H. Stark, Jennifer Agiesta, Trevor Tompson, and Wendy Gross. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. 2022.

  25. The Parties in our Heads: Misperceptions About Party Composition and Their Consequences
    With Doug Ahler. The Journal of Politics. 80(3), 964–981, 2018.
    SUPP. MATERIALS: Replication Materials
    RELATED: The Partisans in our Heads | Data and Scripts
    REVIEW: 'This is the most important paper I've read in a while' — Gabe Lenz
    PRESS: FiveThirtyEight, Vox, The Washington Post, The Washington Post (2), Christian Science Monitor, The Hill, PBS (Twin Cities)
    OTHER: Most read article in the last 12 months on the JoP site.

  26. Measuring Perceptions of Numerical Strength of Salient and Stereotypical Groups
    With Doug Ahler. Misinformation and Mass Audiences. 2018. University of Texas Press.
    SUPP. MATERIALS: Appendix

  27. Typecast: A Routine Mental Shortcut Causes Party Stereotyping
    With Doug Ahler. Political Behavior. 2022.
    SUPP. MATERIALS: Replication Materials | Appendix
    PRESS: Heterodox Academy

  28. All in the Eye of the Beholder: Partisan Affect and Ideological Accountability
    With Shanto Iyengar. Declined invitation to Revise and Resubmit by Political Science Research Methods.
    In The Feeling, Thinking Citizen: Essays in Honor of Milton Lodge. 2018.
    SUPP. MATERIALS: Replication Materials
    RELATED: Still Close: Perceived Ideological Distance to Own and Main Opposing Party, 2012 Blog Post
    PRESS: The New York Times

  29. Affect, Not Ideology: A Social Identity Perspective on Polarization
    With Shanto Iyengar and Yphtach Lelkes. Public Opinion Quarterly. 76(3), 405–431, 2012.
    SUPP. MATERIALS: Replication Materials
    RELATED: Sort of Sorted But Definitely Cold, The Order of Feelings, Affectively Polarized?, Party Time
    PRESS: The New York Times, The Washington Post, Mother Jones, Vox, etc.

  30. Coming to Dislike Your Opponents: The Polarizing Impact of Political Campaigns
    With Shanto Iyengar.
    PRESS: New York Times

  31. What Would Dahl Say? An Appraisal of the Democratic Credentials of the Deliberative Polls and Other Mini-publics
    With Ian O'Flynn. Deliberative Mini-Publics. 41–58, 2014. ECPR Press.

  32. How Can You Think That?: Deliberation and the Learning of Opposing Arguments
    SUPP. MATERIALS: Replication Materials

  33. Deliberative Distortions? Homogenization, Polarization, and Domination in Small Group Deliberations
    With Robert Luskin, Kyu Hahn, and James Fishkin. The British Journal of Political Science. 2022.
    SUPP. MATERIALS: Replication Materials

  34. What Future for Kirkuk?
    With Ian O'Flynn, Jalal Mistaffa, and Nahwi Saeed. Democratization. 2019.
    SUPP. MATERIALS: Replication Materials | Supporting Information

  35. Hidden Racial Prejudice? Impact of Social Desirability Pressures on Endorsement of Racial Stereotypes
    With Jon Krosnick, Tobias Stark, and Floor van Maaren. Sociological Methods and Research. 2019.
    SUPP. MATERIALS: Replication and Supplementary Materials

  36. Revisiting a Natural Experiment: Do Legislators With Daughters Vote More Liberally on Women's Issues?
    With Don Green, Oliver Hyman-Metzger, and Michelle Zee.
    SUPP. MATERIALS: Replication Materials | Supporting Information