Who Is “On Welfare”? Validating the Use of Conjoint Experiments to Measure Stereotype Content (with Daniel Myers and Kristin Lunz Trujillo; Political Behavior, published ahead of print;

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;

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

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

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;

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


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

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; International Journal of Public Opinion Research; working paper)

Under review

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

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

The Centrality of Ethnicity and Religion in Stereotypes about Immigration: Evidence from Conjoint Experiments in the United States and Britain (working paper)

Americans’ Opposition to Muslim Immigration: Untangling Religion from Country of Origin (with Olyvia Christley; working paper)

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

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

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

Business Deserts Politics under Weak Institutions: Evidence from Russia, 2003–2010 (with Ivan Grigoriev; working paper)

Polarization or Backlash? Voters’ Reactions to Real Politicians’ Tweets Framing White Supremacy and Radical Islam as Terrorist Threats (with Rachel Smilan-Goldstein; working paper)

Work in progress

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

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

Conjoint Experiment with a Multinomial Outcome: Americans’ Stereotypes about Immigrants from Five World Regions

The Social Construction of (Il)legality, Partisanship, and Americans’ Opinions on Immigration Enforcement (with Lauren Van De Hey)

Comparing the Effect of Revealed and Expressed Populism on Populist Voting (with Fabian Neuner, Christopher Wratil, and Bruno Castanho Silva)

Measuring Support for Welfare Policies: Implications for the Effects of Race and Deservingness Stereotypes (with Kristin Lunz Trujillo and Daniel Myers)

Inconsistency of Americans’ Opinions on Free Speech: Evidence from Three Survey Experiments (with Rachel Smilan-Goldstein)

Is Democratic Peace about Democracy? (with Melle Scholten)

A Conjoint Study of Anti-Racism and Partisan Affect (with Tyler Reny and Byengseon Bae)

The Role of Refugees’ Physical and Mental Health in Admission Preferences (with Lauren Van De Hey and Justin Kirkland)