I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Government at Dartmouth College. I study partisanship and political behavior.
Areas of interest: Political Behavior, Polarization, Public Opinion
- The Impression of Influence: Legislator Communication, Representation, and Democratic Accountability. Princeton University Press. (with Justin Grimmer and Solomon Messing)
- "The Origins and Consequences of Affective Polarization in the United States." Annual Review of Political Science. (with Shanto Iyengar, Yphtach Lelkes, Matthew Levendusky, and Neil Malhotra).
- "An exploration of Donald Trump’s allegations of massive voter fraud in the 2016 presidential race." Electoral Studies. (with Michael Herron and David Cottrell).
- "Estimating heterogeneous treatment effects and the effects of heterogeneous treatments with ensemble methods." Political Analysis. (with Justin Grimmer and Solomon Messing)
- "The tie that divides: Cross-national evidence of the primacy of partyism." European Journal of Political Research. (with Shanto Iyengar, Stefan Walgrave, R. Leonisio, L. Miller, and O. Strijbis)
- "The limits of partisan prejudice." The Journal of Politics. (with Yphtach Lelkes)
- "Fear and loathing across party lines: New evidence on group polarization." American Journal of Political Science. (with Shanto Iyengar)
- "The role of persuasion in deliberative opinion change." Political Communication.
- "Selective exposure in the age of social media." Communication Research. (with Solomon Messing)
- "How words and money cultivate a personal vote: The effect of legislator credit claiming on constituent credit allocation." American Political Science Review. (with Justin Grimmer and Solomon Messing)
- "Projecting confidence: How the probabilistic horse race confuses and demobilizes the public." (with Solomon Messing and Yphtach Lelkes). Revise and Resubmit at Journal of Politics
- "Are There Still Limits on Partisan Prejudice?" (with Erik Peterson and Yphtach Lelkes). Revise and Resubmit at Public Opinion Quarterly
- "The partisanship of bipartisanship: How representatives use bipartisan assertions to cultivate support."
- "Identity, affect, and the political preferences of biracial americans." (with Lauren Davenport, Annie Franco, and Shanto Iyengar).
- "Conditional Party Loyalty" (with Jonathan Mummolo and Erik Peterson).
- "Compound Partisanship: How Political and Racial Identities Overlap and Reinforce" (with Erik Peterson).
- "Selective Exposure and Social Endorsements in Chinese Media" (with Clara Wang).
- "Who is a Constituent? Understanding Politicians and thePublic's Model of Representation" (with Justin Grimmer)
Peer reviewed papers outside politics/communication
- "The Effects of Chronic Multitasking on Analytical Writing" (with Danielle M Lottridge, Christine Rosakranse, Catherine S Oh, Katherine A Baldoni, Abrey S Mann, and Clifford I Nass).
- "Deweyan multicultural democracy, Rortian solidarity, and the popular arts: Krumping into presence" (with Deborah Seltzer-Kelly, and David M Pena-Guzman).
- "A Methodological Self-Study of Quantitizing Negotiating Meaning and Revealing Multiplicity" (with Deborah Seltzer-Kelly, and David M Pena-Guzman).
- "Of course I wouldn't do that in real life: advancing the arguments for increasing realism in HCI experiments" (with Solomon Messing, Letitia Lew, and Truc Nguyen,)
- "Beyond Attitudes: Incorporating Measures ofBehavior in Survey Experiments" in Advances in experimental political science. J. N. Druckman & D. P. Green (Eds.) (with Erik Peterson and Shanto Iyengar)
- "Review: Marc j. hetherington and thomas j. rudolph. why washingtonwont work: Polarization, political trust, and the governing crisis. chicago: University of chicagopress. 2015. 256 pp. 85.00."" Public Opinion Quarterly.