(Politics, Health Policy, Climate)
ANES 2019 Pilot Study Methodology Report: Climate Change Mitigation Policy Opinion (GW1 & GW2). Link
Identifying the Prevalence, Correlates, and Policy Consequences of Anti-Vaccine Social Identity." With: Tim Callaghan, Krissy Lunz-Trujilo, & Steven Sylvester. R&R at Politics, Groups, & Identities
Republicans, not Democrats, are More Likely to Endorse Anti-Vaccine Misinformation. Revise & Resubmit at American Politics Research.
& Voter Behavior
COVID-19 is Increasing Support for Universal Vote by Mail. With Josh Jansa.
You Want the Young Americans to Turn Out and Vote? Difficult of Voter Registration in the United States and Its Impact on Young Voters. With: Josh Jansa & Rebekah Herrick.
The Pre-Political Origins & Policy Consequences of Environmental Justice Concern
Partisan Schadenfreude. With: Steven Webster, Adam Glynn.
Political, Science, & Health Communication
The Great and Powerful (Dr.) Oz? Alternative Medical Media Consumption & Anti-Vaccine Views in the United States. With Dom Stecula, Kathleen Hall Jamieson, & Ozan Kuru.
Is Climate Change Changing Minds? Limited Effects of the Physical Environment on Climate Policy Opinion. Link.
The Effect of Wakefield et al. (1998) on Skepticism about MMR Vaccine Safety in the U.S. With: Dom Stecula.
Using Prospective & Retrospective Responsibility Frames to Combat Partisan Polarization on COVID-19 Vaccine Uptake
Do conditional cooperation and personal health risk assessments influence antibiotic abstention behavior? With: Felicia Robertson, Kristin Lunz-Trujillo, Sverker Jagers, Tim Callaghan, & Steven Sylvester.
How Media Coverage Influences Vaccine Coverage: Assessing the Impact of Politicized COVID-19 Vaccine News on Vaccine Uptake. With: Dom Stecula