• Is Cancer Treatment Immune from Partisan Polarization? How Partisan Identity Motivates Opposition to Preventative Cancer Vaccination in the U.S. LinkRevise & Resubmit at JEPOP

  • Militarized Violence Reduces Willingness to Take a COVID-19 Vaccine: Evidence from Global Dyadic Survey. With: Yoshiharu Kobayashi, Christopher Howell, and Tobias Heinrich. Revise & Resubmit at Social Science & Medicine. 

  • The Prevalence and Correlates of Prospective Vaccine Hesitancy Among Individuals who Received COVID-19 Vaccine Boosters. LinkRevise & Resubmit at Discover Social Science & Health

  • Advancing the Study of Misinformation Correction Through Conjoint Experimentation. Link

  • What Goes Down Must Come Up? Exploiting Natural Variation in Facebook Service Availability to Study Pandemic Misinformation Search Behavior on Other Platforms. With: Juwon Hwang & Dom Stecula.Link

  • Beyond Tuskegee, To Middlesboro: How Perspectives of Policing Shape Vaccine Attitudes for Black Americans. With: Aaron Rosenthal, Christina Farhart. Link.

  • How Pandemic-Related Changes in Global Attitudes Toward the Scientific Community Shape "Post-Pandemic" Environmental Opinion. With: Salil Benegal. Link

  • ANES 2019 Pilot Study Methodology Report: Climate Change Mitigation Policy Opinion (GW1 & GW2)​. Lin

  • Partisan Schadenfreude and the Demand for Candidate Cruelty. With: Steven Webster, Adam Glynn. Link.

  • Is Climate Change Changing Minds? Limited Effects of the Physical Environment on Climate Policy Opinion. Link