Class Inequality in College
Gender and Deliberation
"Improving Women’s Advancement in Political Science: What We Know About What Works" (With Lisa Argyle) Cambridge Core in PS: Political Science & Politics (October 2020)
· Winner of the (2014) APSA Paul Lazarsfeld Award for the best paper in Political Communication and the APSA Best Paper Award in Political Pyschology
"Why Women's Numbers Elevate Women's Influence, and When They Don't: Rules, Norms and Authority in Political Discussion" (with Christopher Karpowitz and Lauren Mattioli). Politics, Groups and Identities, 2015.
"How Group Forces Demonstrate the Malleability of Gendered Behavior" (with Christopher Karpowitz and Lauren Mattioli). Politics, Groups and Identities, 2015.
"Does Descriptive Representation Facilitate Women’s Distinctive Voice?" (with Christopher Karpowitz and Nick Goedert). American Journal of Political Science, 2013.
·Winner of the (2013) APSA Paul Lazarsfeld Award for the best paper in Political Communication and the APSA Best Paper Award in Political Psychology
· Ranked in the top-ten downloaded articles from the APSR in 2013.
·Co-winner of the Robert E. Lane Award for the best book published in political psychology in 2011, awarded by the APSA Political Psychology Section, and of the Best Book Award for best book published in 2011 that either uses or is about experimental research methods in the study of politics, awarded by the APSA Experimental Research Section.
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