Peer-Reviewed Research

“Social Trust and Public Opinion about Territorial Disputes: Evidence from a Survey in India” (With Sarah K. Fisher). Journal of Global Security Studies. Forthcoming.

Polarization Politics and Hopes for a Green Agenda in the United States” (With April Clark, Juliet Carlisle, and Michael Clark). Environmental Politics. Forthcoming.

Public perceptions of the European power hierarchy and support for a single European security and defense policy” (With Gaspare M. Genna). The Social Science Journal. Forthcoming.

Territorial Claims, Territorial Attachment and Political Tolerance: Evidence from India” (With Sarah K. Fisher). Politics, Groups, and Identities. Forthcoming.

“The effect of trust and proximity on vaccine propensity” (With Bert Baumgaertner, Juliet Carlisle, Emma Carson, and Jordan Kizer). PLoS One. Forthcoming.

“Testing a Cognitive Theory of Deterrence” (With Jeffrey Berejikian). In: Harrington, Anne I.,  Jeffrey Knopf (eds.). Behavioral Economics and Nuclear Weapons. Athens GA: University of Georgia Press. 2019.

Social Media Echo Chambers and Satisfaction with Democracy among Democrats and Republicans in the Aftermath of the 2016 U.S. Elections” (With Bert Baumgaertner, Juliet Carlisle, April Clark, and Michael Clark). Journal of Elections, Public Opinion & Parties. 2018. 28(4): 424-442.

  • See the associated post on the PSA EPOP Blog [link].

Measuring Social Trust and Trusting the Measure” (With Ryan Bakker & Jeffrey Berejikian). The Social Science Journal. 2018. 55(2): 149-159.

The Influence of Political Ideology and Trust on Willingness to Vaccinate” (With Bert Baumgaertner & Juliet Carlisle). PLoS ONE. 2018. 13(1): e0191728.

Scaffolding Assignments and Activities for Undergraduate Research Methods” (With Sarah K. Fisher). Journal of Political Science Education. 2018. 14(1): 63-71.

Generalized Social Trust and International Dispute Settlement” (With Sarah K. Fisher). International Interactions. 2017. 43(5): 717-743.

International Adjudication and Public Opinion in Territorial Disputes: Evidence from a Survey Experiment using Amazon Mechanical Turk” (With Sarah K. Fisher). Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy. 2017. 23(3): 1-18.

“Trusting Publics: The Impact of Generalized Social Trust on the Decision to Pursue Binding Conflict Management.” 2017. Journal of Conflict Resolution 61(3): 590-614.

Classroom Convention: Teaching Comparative Constitutional Design through Simulation” (With Sarah K. Fisher). 2017. Social Studies Research and Practice 12(1): 84-94.

“Disenfranchised Minorities: Trust, Definitions of Citizenship and Non-Citizen Voting Rights in Developed Democracies.” 2015. International Political Science Review 36(4): 373-392.

“Nail-biters and No-contests: The Effect of Electoral Margins on Satisfaction with Democracy in Winners and Losers” (With Patrick Howell). 2013. Electoral Studies 32(2): 334-343.


Books (editor-reviewed)

“Die amerikanische Kubapolitik seit dem Ende des Kalten Krieges [The United States’ foreign policy towards Cuba since the end of the Cold War]”. Hamburg: Verlag Dr. Kovac, 2010 (published Master’s Thesis).


Working Papers

“Costs and Identities: Analyzing Mass Attitudes Toward the International Court of Justice.” 2019. With Sarah Fisher, Ashley Kerr, Jeffrey Berejikian.

“Assessing Attitudes towards Conflict Management in India.” 2019. With Sarah Fisher.

“The Effect of Social Media Network Homogeneity on Political Engagement.” 2019. With Bert Baumgaertner, Juliet Carlisle, April Clark, and Michael Clark.

“Looking for Audience Costs in a High-Stakes Scenario – An Experimental Approach.” 2019. With Sarah Fisher, Ashley Kerr, Jeffrey Berejikian.


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