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Journal of Experimental Political Science

2014 - 2022

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Volume 9, issue 1, 2022

Through Their Own Eyes: The Implications of COVID-19 for PhD Students pp. 1-21 Downloads
Nicholas Haas, Aida Gureghian, Cristel Jusino Díaz and Abby Williams
Prosociality in Majority Decisions: A Laboratory Experiment on the Robustness of the Uncovered Set pp. 22-35 Downloads
Jan Sauermann
The Majoritarian Threat to Liberal Democracy pp. 36-45 Downloads
Guy Grossman, Dorothy Kronick, Matthew Levendusky and Marc Meredith
Self-Efficacy and Citizen Engagement in Development: Experimental Evidence from Tanzania pp. 46-63 Downloads
Evan Lieberman and Yang-Yang Zhou
Correcting Citizens’ Misperceptions about non-Western Immigrants: Corrective Information, Interpretations, and Policy Opinions pp. 64-73 Downloads
Frederik Juhl Jørgensen and Mathias Osmundsen
Scandal, Hypocrisy, and Resignation: How Partisanship Shapes Evaluations of Politicians’ Transgressions pp. 74-87 Downloads
Adam D. Wolsky
Race, Dehumanization, and the NFL National Anthem Protests pp. 88-103 Downloads
Stephen M. Utych
All the News That’s Fit to Fabricate: AI-Generated Text as a Tool of Media Misinformation pp. 104-117 Downloads
Sarah Kreps, R. Miles McCain and Miles Brundage
Citizens’ Attitudes to Contact Tracing Apps pp. 118-130 Downloads
Laszlo Horvath, Susan Banducci and Oliver James
If We Build It, Only Some Will Come: An Experimental Study of Mobilization for Seattle’s Democracy Voucher Program pp. 131-146 Downloads
Geoffrey Henderson and Hahrie Han
Information about Coronavirus Exposure Effects Attitudes Towards Voting Methods pp. 147-151 Downloads
Alauna C. Safarpour and Michael J. Hanmer

Volume 8, issue 3, 2021

Encouraging Indonesians to Pray From Home During the COVID-19 Pandemic pp. 211-222 Downloads
Nicholas Kuipers, Saiful Mujani and Thomas Pepinsky
How Affective Polarization Shapes Americans’ Political Beliefs: A Study of Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic pp. 223-234 Downloads
James N. Druckman, Samara Klar, Yanna Krupnikov, Matthew Levendusky and John Barry Ryan
Linguistic Assimilation Does Not Reduce Discrimination Against Immigrants: Evidence from Germany pp. 235-246 Downloads
Donghyun Danny Choi, Mathias Poertner and Nicholas Sambanis
Tribalism in America: Behavioral Experiments on Affective Polarization in the Trump Era pp. 247-259 Downloads
Sam Whitt, Alixandra B. Yanus, Brian McDonald, John Graeber, Mark Setzler, Gordon Ballingrud and Martin Kifer
The Democracy of Dating: How Political Affiliations Shape Relationship Formation pp. 260-272 Downloads
Matthew J. Easton and John B. Holbein
Women Want an Answer! Field Experiments on Elected Officials and Gender Bias pp. 273-284 Downloads
Gabriele Magni and Zoila Ponce de Leon
The Effect of Geostrategic Competition on Public Attitudes to Aid pp. 285-295 Downloads
Terence Wood, Christopher Hoy and Jonathan Pryke
Getting the Message? Choice, Self-Selection, and the Efficacy of Social Movement Arguments pp. 296-309 Downloads
Paul F. Testa, Tarah Williams, Kylee Britzman and Matthew V. Hibbing
How to Survey Citizens’ Compliance with COVID-19 Public Health Measures: Evidence from Three Survey Experiments pp. 310-317 Downloads
Jean-François Daoust, Richard Nadeau, Ruth Dassonneville, Erick Lachapelle, Éric Bélanger, Justin Savoie and Clifton van der Linden

Volume 8, issue 2, 2021

Messaging Mask Wearing During the COVID-19 Crisis: Ideological Differences pp. 91-101 Downloads
Stephen M. Utych
Don’t @ Me: Experimentally Reducing Partisan Incivility on Twitter pp. 102-116 Downloads
Kevin Munger
Can Social Pressure Foster Responsiveness? An Open Records Field Experiment with Mayoral Offices pp. 117-127 Downloads
Bryant J. Moy
Political Accountability and Democratic Institutions: An Experimental Assessment pp. 128-144 Downloads
Jose Castillo and John Hamman
The Effectiveness of a Neighbor-to-Neighbor Get-Out-the-Vote Program: Evidence from the 2017 Virginia State Elections pp. 145-160 Downloads
Cassandra Handan-Nader, Daniel E. Ho, Alison Morantz and Tom A. Rutter
When Do Voters Sanction Corrupt Politicians? pp. 161-171 Downloads
Marko Klašnja, Noam Lupu and Joshua A. Tucker
Institutional Design and Elite Support for Climate Policies: Evidence from Latin American Countries pp. 172-184 Downloads
Danilo Freire, Umberto Mignozzetti and David Skarbek
Self-Administered Field Surveys on Sensitive Topics pp. 185-194 Downloads
Matthew Nanes and Dotan Haim
The Costs of Conflict and Support for the Use of Force: Accounting for Information Equivalence in Survey Experiments pp. 195-202 Downloads
Jared McDonald and James Igoe Walsh
Inferring Intentions from Consequences: How Moral Judgments Shape Citizen Perceptions of Wartime Conduct pp. 203-207 Downloads
Jonathan A. Chu, Marcus Holmes and David Traven
Don’t @ Me: Experimentally Reducing Partisan Incivility on Twitter – Erratum pp. 208-208 Downloads
Kevin Munger
When Do Voters Sanction Corrupt Politicians? – Corrigendum pp. 209-210 Downloads
Marko Klašnja, Noam Lupu and Joshua A. Tucker

Volume 8, issue 1, 2021

Measuring Simultaneous Emotions: Existing Problems and a New Way Forward pp. 1-14 Downloads
Matthew Rhodes-Purdy, Rachel Navarre and Stephen M. Utych
All Sins are not Created Equal: The Factors that Drive Perceptions of Corruption Severity pp. 15-25 Downloads
Lucy E. S. Martin
Class, Ethnicity, and Cooperation Among Women: Evidence from a Public Goods Experiment in Lebanon pp. 26-40 Downloads
Leslie Marshall and Laura Paler
When Should the Majority Rule? Experimental Evidence for Madisonian Judgments in Five Cultures pp. 41-50 Downloads
Alexander Bor, Honorata Mazepus, Scott E. Bokemper and Peter DeScioli
Can Conversing with a Computer Increase Turnout? Mobilization Using Chatbot Communication pp. 51-62 Downloads
Christopher B. Mann
Pricing Immigration pp. 63-74 Downloads
Simon Hix, Eric Kaufmann and Thomas J. Leeper
Who Do You Loathe? Feelings toward Politicians vs. Ordinary People in the Opposing Party pp. 75-84 Downloads
Jon Kingzette
Citizen Approval of Monetary- vs Goods-For-Votes Exchanges pp. 85-89 Downloads
Mollie J. Cohen

Volume 7, issue 3, 2020

Does Exposure to Gender Role Models Increase Women’s Political Ambition? A Field Experiment with Politicians pp. 157-166 Downloads
Florian Foos and Fabrizio Gilardi
Countering Misperceptions to Reduce Prejudice: An Experiment on Attitudes toward Muslim Americans pp. 167-178 Downloads
Scott Williamson
Persistent Bias Among Local Election Officials pp. 179-187 Downloads
D. Alex Hughes, Micah Gell-Redman, Charles Crabtree, Natarajan Krishnaswami, Diana Rodenberger and Guillermo Monge
Drowned Out by the Noise? The Downstream Mobilisation Effects of Party Campaigning between Local and General Elections pp. 188-198 Downloads
Joshua Townsley
Does Deliberative Education Increase Civic Competence? Results from a Field Experiment pp. 199-208 Downloads
Mikael Persson, Klas Andersson, Pär Zetterberg, Joakim Ekman and Simon Lundin
Should We Worry About Sponsorship-Induced Bias in Online Political Science Surveys? pp. 209-217 Downloads
Thomas J. Leeper and Emily A. Thorson
The Effects of Certain and Uncertain Incentives on Effort and Knowledge Accuracy pp. 218-231 Downloads
Thomas Jamieson and Nicholas Weller
Does Process Matter? Direct Democracy and Citizens’ Perceptions of Laws pp. 232-237 Downloads
Christina Ladam

Volume 7, issue 2, 2020

“I Didn’t Lie, I Misspoke”: Voters’ Responses to Questionable Campaign Claims pp. 75-88 Downloads
Elizabeth N. Simas and Doug Murdoch
Open for Politics? Globalization, Economic Growth, and Responsibility Attribution pp. 89-100 Downloads
Nathan Jensen and Guillermo Rosas
Political Competition, Partisanship, and Interpersonal Trust Under Party Dominance: Evidence from Post-Apartheid South Africa pp. 101-111 Downloads
Ryan E. Carlin, Gregory J. Love and Daniel J. Young
Does Perceiving Discrimination Influence Partisanship among U.S. Immigrant Minorities? Evidence from Five Experiments pp. 112-136 Downloads
Daniel J. Hopkins, Cheryl R. Kaiser, Efrén O. Pérez, Sara Hagá, Corin Ramos and Michael Zárate
Believe It or Not? Partisanship, Preferences, and the Credibility of Campaign Promises pp. 137-149 Downloads
Pablo Fernandez-Vazquez and Alexander G. Theodoridis
Campaign Mailers and Intent to Turnout: Do Similar Field and Survey Experiments Yield the Same Conclusions? pp. 150-155 Downloads
David Doherty and E. Scott Adler

Volume 7, issue 1, 2020

Coordination, Communication, and Information: How Network Structure and Knowledge Affect Group Behavior pp. 1-12 Downloads
Mathew D. McCubbins and Nicholas Weller
“Friends-and-Neighbors†Mobilization: A Field Experimental Replication and Extension pp. 13-26 Downloads
Costas Panagopoulos and Kendall Bailey
Does Poverty Undermine Cooperation in Multiethnic Settings? Evidence from a Cooperative Investment Experiment pp. 27-40 Downloads
Max Schaub, Johanna Gereke and Delia Baldassarri
Bread and Circuses: Sports and Public Opinion in China pp. 41-55 Downloads
Dan Chen and Andrew W. MacDonald
Studying Identities with Experiments: Weighing the Risk of Posttreatment Bias Against Priming Effects pp. 56-60 Downloads
Samara Klar, Thomas Leeper and Joshua Robison
Coethnicity and Corruption: Field Experimental Evidence from Public Officials in Malawi pp. 61-66 Downloads
Brigitte Seim and Amanda Lea Robinson
Cross-Sample Comparisons and External Validity – CORRIGENDUM pp. 67-70 Downloads
Yanna Krupnikov and Adam Seth Levine
Studying Identities with Experiments: Weighing the Risk of Posttreatment Bias Against Priming Effects – Corrigendum pp. 71-71 Downloads
Samara Klar, Thomas Leeper and Joshua Robison
Does Poverty Undermine Cooperation in Multiethnic Settings? Evidence from a Cooperative Investment Experiment – ERRATUM pp. 72-74 Downloads
Max Schaub, Johanna Gereke and Delia Baldassarri
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