Health, Environmental, & Political Communication
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.
Is Cancer Treatment Immune from Partisan Polarization? How Partisan Identity Motivates Opposition to Preventative Cancer Vaccination in the U.S. Link.
Advancing the Study of Misinformation Correction Through Conjoint Experimentation. Link.
(Politics, Health Policy, Climate)
Beyond Tuskegee, To Middlesboro: How Perspectives of Policing Shape Vaccine Attitudes for Black Americans. With: Aaron Rosenthal, Christina Farhart. Link.
Physician Trust in the News Media. (with Kirby Goidel et al.). R&R at the Journal of Health Politics, Policy, & Law.
How Pandemic-Related Changes in Global Attitudes Toward the Scientific Community Shape "Post-Pandemic" Environmental Opinion. With: Salil Benegal. Link.
The Prevalence and Correlates of Prospective Vaccine Hesitancy Among Individuals who Received COVID-19 Vaccine Boosters. Link.
ANES 2019 Pilot Study Methodology Report: Climate Change Mitigation Policy Opinion (GW1 & GW2). Link
& Voter Behavior
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.
Militarized Violence Reduces Willingness to Take a COVID-19 Vaccine: Evidence from Global Dyadic Survey. With: Yoshiharu Kobayashi, Christopher Howell, and Tobias Heinrich