Class Inequality in College

"When Poor Students Attend Rich Schools: Do Affluent Social Environments Increase or Decrease Participation?" (with Vittorio Mérola, Tanika Raychaudhuri and Adam Thal). Cambridge Core: Perspectives on Politics. Cambridge University Press (September 2021). PDF

"College Socialization and the Economic Views of Affluent Americans" PDF


Gender and Deliberation

"Improving Women's Advancement in Political Science: What We Know About What Works" (with Lisa Argle). Cambridge Core in PS: Political Science & Politics (May 2020). PDF


The Silent Sex: Gender, Deliberation and Institutions (with Christopher Karpowitz). Princeton University Press (August 2014).            
"Do Enclaves Remediate Social Inequality?", Journal of Politics 2018 PDF

“Gender Inequality in Deliberation: Unpacking the Black Box of Interaction” (with Christopher Karpowitz and J. Baxter Oliphant). Perspectives on Politics (March 2014).
Winner of the (2014) APSA Paul Lazarsfeld Award for the best paper in Political Communication and the APSA Best Paper Award in Political Pyschology
Online Appendix

"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, 2015PDF

"How Group Forces Demonstrate the Malleability of Gendered Behavior" (with Christopher Karpowitz and Lauren Mattioli). Politics, Groups and Identities, 2015PDF
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"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
"More Women, But Not Nearly Enough" (with Christopher Karpowitz). New York Times op-ed, 2012. PDF
“Gender Inequality in Deliberative Participation” (with Christopher Karpowitz and Lee Shaker) American Political Science Review, 2012.
Ranked in the top-ten downloaded articles from the APSR in 2013. 
Online Appendix
"Power, Gender, and Group Discussion" (with Christopher Karpowitz) in Advances in Political Psychology, Vol. 3, 2016. PDF
"Gender and Women's Influence in Public Settings" (with Christopher Karpowitz and Lauren Mattioli) in Emerging Trends in the Social and Behavioral Sciences, edited by Robert Scott and Stephen Kosslyn, Hoboken, NJ:  John Wiley and Sons, 2015. PDF 

Deliberative Politics

"Education and Political Participation" (with Claire Willeck) in Annual Review of Political Science, 2022.  PDF
“Political Deliberation" (with C. Daniel Myers) in Oxford Handbook of Political Psychology, 2nd ed., edited by Leonie Huddy, David Sears and Jack Levy, Oxford University Press, 2013. PDF 
“An Experimental Approach to Citizen Deliberation.” (with Christopher Karpowitz) in Cambridge Handbook of Experimental Political Science, edited by James N. Druckman, Donald P. Green, James H. Kuklinski, and Arthur Lupia, Cambridge University Press, 2011. 
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. PDF
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"The Deliberative Citizen: Theory and Evidence” in Political Decision Making, Deliberation and Participation: Research in Micropolitics, Volume 6, edited by Michael X. Delli Carpini, Leonie Huddy, and Robert Y. Shapiro, JAI Press, 2002. PDF
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“Race and Public Deliberation” (with John Oleske). Political Communication, 2000. PDF

Racial Politics

"The Political Effects of Opioid Addiction Frames" (with Tanika Raychaudhuri and Anne McDonough) PDF Online Appendix

"Jailed While Presumed Innocent: The Demobilizing Effects of Pretrial Incarceration" (with Anne McDonough and Ted Enamorado). PDF.    

Perspectives on Politics "I'm Not the President of Black America": Rhetorical Versus Policy Representation PDF
"Countering Implicit Appeals: Which Strategies Work?" (with Matt Tokeshi). Political Communication, 2015. PDF
"Race and the Group Bases of Public Opinion" (with Jane Junn and Erica Czaja). In New Directions in Public Opinion, edited by Adam Berinsky, Routledge, 2011. PDF
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“Sex and Race: Are Black Candidates More Likely to be Disadvantaged by Sex Scandals?” (with Adam Berinsky, Vincent Hutchings, Lee Shaker, and Nicholas Valentino) Political Behavior, 2010. PDF
"Deliberation, Incivility, and Race." In Democratization in America, edited by Desmond King, Robert Lieberman, Gretchen Ritter, and Laurence Whitehead, Johns Hopkins University Press, 2009. PDF
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"Racial Priming Revived." Perspectives on Politics, 2008.
"The Indirect Effects of Discredited Stereotypes in Judgments of Jewish Leaders" (with Adam Berinksy). American Journal of Political Science,  2005. PDF
The Race Card: Campaign Strategy, Implicit Messages, and the Norm of Equality. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2001.
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“Individualism Reconsidered: Principles and Prejudice in Contemporary American Public Opinion on Race” (with Donald Kinder) in Racialized Politics: Values, Ideology, and Prejudice in American Public Opinion, edited by David Sears, Jim Sidanius and Lawrence Bobo, University of Chicago Press, 2000. 
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“Race and Public Deliberation” (with John Oleske). Political Communication, 2000. PDF
“Reconsidering the Environmental Determinants of Racial Attitudes” (with J. Eric Oliver). American Journal of Political Science, 2000. PDF
"Executing Hortons: Racial Crime in the 1988 Presidential Campaign." Public Opinion Quarterly, 1997. PDF
“Cracks in American Apartheid: The Political Impact of Prejudice among Desegregated Whites" (with Donald Kinder) Journal of Politics, 1995.  PDF

Political Psychology

“Bringing the Group Back Into Political Psychology.” Political Psychology, 2005. PDF
"From the Folk Theory to Symbolic Politics: Toward a More Realistic Understanding of Voter Behavior." Critical Review, 2018 PDF
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