Publications

2010
Gerber AS, Patashnik E, Doherty D, Dowling C. A National Survey Reveals Public Skepticism About Research-Based Treatment Guidelines. Health Affairs. 2010;29:1882-4.
Neblo MA, Esterling KM, Kennedy RP, Lazer DMJ, Sokhey AE. Who Wants To Deliberate—And Why?. American Political Science Review. 2010;104:566-583.
Biggers D. Can a Same-Sex Marriage Ban Make you Smarter? Reexamining the Educative Effect of Direct Democracy. In: 2010 Annual Meeting. Southern Political Science Association; 2010.
Aldrich J, Sparks D. Political figures in a social and cultural context: Dimensionality of candidate evaluations. In: 2010 Annual Meeting. Southern Political Science Association; 2010.
Brown AR. Are Governors Responsible for the State Economy? Partisanship, Blame, and Divided Federalism. Journal of Politics. 2010;72(3):605-15.
Carsey TM, Harden JJ. New Measures of Partisanship, Ideology, and Policy Mood in the American States. State Politics & Policy Quarterly . 2010;10(2):136-156.
Carsey TM, Harden JJ. Balancing Constituency Representation and Party Responsiveness in the US Senate: the Conditioning Effect of State Ideological Heterogeneity. Public Choice. 2010.
Herrnson PC, Curry JM. Issue Voting and Partisan Defection in Congressional Elections. Legislative Studies Quarterly. 2010;forthcoming.
Jacobson G. Perception, Memory, and Partisan Polarization on the Iraq War. Political Science Quarterly. 2010;125(Spring):1-26.
Barker DC, Carman CJ. Yes We Can or Yes He Can? Citizen Preferences Regarding Styles of Representation and Presidential Voting Behavior. Presidential Studies Quarterly. 2010;40(3):431-448.
Stone WJ. Activists, Influence, and Representation in American Politics. In: Maisel SL, Berry JM The Oxford Handbook of American Political Parties and Interest Groups. Oxford University Press; 2010. pp. 285-302.
Stone WJ, Pietryka M. Party, Constituency, and Representation in Congress. In: Green J, Coffey DJ State of the Parties: the Changing Role of Contemporary American Parties. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield; 2010. pp. 333-48.
Stone WJ, Simas EN. Candidate Valence and Ideological Positions in U. S. House Elections. American Journal of Political Science. 2010;54(2):371-88.
Herman MR, Campbell ME. I Wouldn't, But You Can: Attitudes Toward Interracial Marriage. Social Science Research. 2010;being reviewed for resubmission.
Campbell ME, Herman MR. Politics and Policies: Attitudes toward Multi-racial People and Political Candidates. Ethnic and Racial Studies. 2010;33(9):1511-1536. Full Text
Gerber AS, Huber GK. Partisanship, Political Control, and Economic Assessments. American Journal of Political Science. 2010;54(1):153-73.
Persily N, Ansolabehere S, Stewart C. Race, Region, and Vote Choice in the 2008 Election: Implications for the Future of the Voting Rights Act. Harvard Law Review. 2010;123(6):1386-1436. Full Text
Ansolabehere S, Jones PE. Constituents' Responses to Congressional Roll-Call Voting. American Journal of Political Science. 2010;54(3):583-507.
Lawrence E. What Americans Know and Why It Matters for Politics. In: Midwest Political Science Association Annual National Conference. Chicago, IL; 2010. Full Text
Tolbert C, Keller A, Donovan T. A Modified National Primary: State Losers and Support for Changing the Presidential Nomination Process. Political Science Quarterly. 2010;125(3):393-424.