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PEER-REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES
"Value Extremity Contributes to Affective Polarization in the U.S.," with Adam M. Enders. Political Science Research and Methods. Forthcoming.
"Dixie's Drivers: Core Values and the Southern Republican Realignment," with Seth C. McKee. Journal of Politics. 2020.
"Values and Predispositions in the Age of Polarization: Examining the Relationship Between Partisanship and Ideology in the U.S., 1988-2012," with Steven M. Smallpage and Adam M. Enders. British Journal of Political Science. 2020. 50 (1): 241-60.
"Partisan Ambivalence, Partisan Intensity, and Racial Attitudes: The Impact of Shifting Policy Positions on Partisan Evaluations in the 1960s, with Judd R. Thornton. American Politics Research. 2019. 47 (6): 1259-82.
"Values Voters: The Conditional Effect of Income on the Relationship Between Political Attitudes and Behavior," with David J. Ciuk and Judd R. Thornton. Political Psychology. 2018. 39 (4): 869-88.
"What Ordered Optimal Classification Reveals about Ideological Structure, Cleavages, and Polarization in the American Mass Public," with Christopher Hare and Tzu-Ping Liu. Public Choice. 2018. 176 (1-2): 57-78.
"Are All 'Birthers' Conspiracy Theorists? On the Relationship Between Conspiratorial Thinking and Political Predispositions," with Adam M. Enders and Steven M. Smallpage. British Journal of Political Science. 2018.
"Party Animals: Examining Asymmetric Attitudinal Constraint Among Democratic and Republican Party Activists," with William M. Myers and Judd R. Thornton. Political Research Quarterly. 2017. 70 (4): 889-904.
"Disagreement, Diversity, and Participation: Examining the Measurement Properties of Several Measures of Political Discussion Network Characteristics," with Judd R. Thornton. Political Behavior. 2017. 39 (3): 585-608.
with Shane P. Singh and Judd R. Thornton. Political Psychology. 2015. 36 (4): 399-414.
Journal of Politics. 2015. 77 (2): 368-80.