“Echoing Certainty in Uncertain Times: The Effect of Network Partisan Agreement on the Quality of Citizen Forecasts in the 2015 Canadian Election” (with Debra Leiter and Mary Stegmaier). 2020. Electoral Studies.
“It’s Trump’s Party” (with Ronald Rapoport and Walt Stone). 2020. The Forum.
“Using An Agent Based Model to Test Institutional Variation: Creating a Counterfactual World" (with Debra Leiter). 2019. Sage Research Methods Cases: Politics & International Relations.
“From Respondents to Networks: Bridging the Gap between Individuals, Discussants, and the Network in the Study of Political Discussion" (with Matthew T. Pietryka, Dan Maliniak, Patrick Miller, Ronald Rapoport, and Robert Huckfeldt.) 2018. Political Behavior 40(3)711-735.
“Social Connectedness and Political Behavior.” 2017. Research & Politics. 4(3):1-8.
“Noise, Bias, and Expertise in Political Communication Networks” (with Robert Huckfeldt and Matthew T. Pietryka). 2014. Social Networks 36(1): 110-121.
“Third Parties, Turnout, and Social Influence:How Party System Size Affects Voter Behavior in Political Networks" (with Debra Leiter and Joel Bremson). 2018. Proceedings of the 2017 Annual Conference of the Computational Social Science Society of the Americas.
Chapters in Books
“Civil Rights and Populism: The 1957 Civil Rights Act in the U.S. Senate” (with Robert Huckfeldt and Erik Engstrom.) 2020. Chapter 4 in . Cambridge.
“Noise, Bias, and Expertise: The Dynamics of Becoming Informed" (with Robert Huckfeldt and Matthew T. Pietryka). 2014. Chapter 9 in T.K. Ahn, Robert Huckfeldt, and John B. Ryan, Experts, Activists, and Interdependent Citizens: Are Electorates Self-Educating? Cambridge.
“Opinion Leaders, Expertise, and the Complex Dynamics of Political Communication" (with Robert Huckfeldt and Matthew T. Pietryka). 2014. Chapter 10 in T.K. Ahn, Robert Huckfeldt, and John B. Ryan, Experts, Activists, and Interdependent Citizens: Are Electorates Self-Educating? Cambridge.
Editorially Reviewed Publications
“Networks, Interdependence, and Social Influence in Politics.” (with Robert Huckfeldt, Jeffery J. Mondak, Matthew Hayes, and Matthew T. Pietryka). 2013. In The Oxford Handbook of Political Psychology, eds. Leonie Huddy, David O. Sears, and Jack Levy. New York: Oxford University Press.
“Scott, Nelson, DeSantis, Gillum & Beyond: A Look at 2018 Florida Precinct Returns” (with Jack K. Belk Jr, Annika Kufrovich, Jennifer Lin, and Rory Renzy). 2019. 27(1).
“Bringing Teaching and Research Together: A Report of the 2012 React Labs’ Educate Presidential Study” (with Amber E. Boydstun, Jessica T. Feezell, Rebecca A. Glazier, Timothy Jurka, and Matthew T. Pietryka.) 2013. The Political Science Educator, 17(2).
Study 1: “A Networked Agent-Based Model of Information Diffusion”
Study 2: “Social Isolation and Information Diffusion”
Study 3: “Social Connectedness, Political Attitudes, and Political Behavior”