Estimating and Using Individual Marginal Component Effects from Conjoint Experiments (Political Analysis, 2022;

Estimating Relative Prevalence of Competing Issue Voting Rules in Multiparty Elections Using Finite Mixture Modeling (Electoral Studies, 2021;

Social Dominance Orientation and Differential Affect toward Immigrant Origin Groups: Evidence from Three Immigration-Receiving Countries (International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 2021;

Who Are “the Immigrants”? Beliefs about Immigrant Populations and Anti-Immigration Attitudes in the United States and Britain (Social Science Quarterly, 2021;

Social Conformity and Prejudice toward Immigrants: The Role of Political Messaging (with Maykel Verkuyten and Eduard Ponarin; Social Influence, 2021;

Do Political Connections Make Businesspeople Richer? Evidence from Russia, 2003–2010 (with Ivan Grigoriev; Research and Politics, 2020;

Intraparty Polarization in American Politics (with Eric Groenendyk and Michael Sances; Journal of Politics, 2020;

The Consequences of Personality Biases in Online Panels for Measuring Public Opinion (with Nicholas Valentino, Sunshine Hillygus, and Brian Guay; Public Opinion Quarterly, 2020;

Militant Internationalism and Dogmatism among Foreign Policy Elites: Evidence from Russia, 1995–2016 (Post-Soviet Affairs, 2019;

Nativist but not Alienated: A Comparative Perspective on the Radical Right Vote in Western Europe (Party Politics, 2014;

Perceptions of World Politics and Support for Terrorism among Muslims: Evidence from Muslim Countries and Western Europe (with Maykel Verkuyten and Jeroen Weesie; Conflict Management and Peace Science, 2014;


Perceptions of Stereotypically Immigrant Groups as Darker-Skinned and Politics of Immigration in the United States and Britain (Politics, Groups, and Identities, published ahead of print;

The Origins and Consequences of Racialized Schemas about U.S. Parties (with Nicholas Valentino; Journal of Race, Ethnicity, and Politics, published ahead of print;

Revisiting the Measurement of Group Schemas in Political Science (with Nicholas Valentino; The Cambridge Handbook of Implicit Bias and Racism; working paper version)

Under review

Evaluating the Use of Conjoint Experiments to Measure Stereotype Content: The Example of Welfare Recipients (with Daniel Myers and Kristin Lunz Trujillo; R&R in Political Behavior; working paper version)

Testing the Validity of the Child-Rearing Authoritarianism Scale in a Non-Western Context: Evidence from Mass and Elite Surveys in Russia (with Eduard Ponarin and Sharon Rivera; R&R in the International Journal of Public Opinion Research; working paper version)

Stereotypes about Immigrants and Attitudes toward Immigration: Evidence from Conjoint Experiments in the United States and Britain (working paper version)

Value-Based Frames and Opinion Polarization: The Case of the Free Speech Issue (with Rachel Smilan-Goldstein; working paper version)

Exploring Cross-cultural Measurement Performance with Multilevel Bayesian Factor Modeling: The Case of Sexual Emancipation Values (with Christian Welzel; working paper version)

Comparing Methods for Sampling Individuals Within Households: A Field Experiment in Costa Rica (with Noam Lupu, Daniel Montalvo, Mitchell Seligson, and Elizabeth Zechmeister; working paper version)

Institutional Decay Under Autocracy: Evidence from Business–State Relations in Russia (with Ivan Grigoriev; working paper version)

Should Researchers Signal Race Explicitly or Implicitly in Conjoint Experiments? The Case of Welfare Stereotypes in the United States (with Kristin Lunz Trujillo and Daniel Myers; working paper version)

U.S. Sanctuary Policies and Mexicans’ Migration Preferences: A Conjoint-Experimental Study (with Rachel Smilan-Goldstein; working paper version)

Work in progress

The Other Side of Sorting: Social Fractionalization of American Parties Causes Affective Polarization (with Eric Groenendyk; working paper version)

Drivers of Affective Polarization: The Relative Impact of Race, Religion, Income, and Ideology (with Nicholas Valentino; working paper version)

Ill-Conceived, Unfair, or Racist? The Effects of Charges in Policy Debates on Citizens’ Opinions (with Eugenia Quintanilla; working paper version)

Americans’ Opposition to Muslim Immigration across the Partisan Divide: Evidence from Three Conjoint Experiments (with Olyvia Christley)

Anti-Americanism from the Dual-Process Motivational Perspective: Evidence from Russia (with Eduard Ponarin and Sharon Rivera)

Is Democratic Peace about Democracy? A Conjoint Analysis of Mass Public and the Elite (with Melle Scholten)

Sexism, Gender Stereotypes, and Welfare Support: A Conjoint Experiment (with Kristin Lunz Trujillo and Daniel Myers)

Partisan Polarization or White Backlash? White Americans’ Reactions to Politicians’ Tweets about Race and Religion (with Rachel Smilan-Goldstein)

Framing and Opinion Polarization: A Meta-Amalysis (with Lauren Van De Hey)