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Research Articles

The following research articles utilize data collected in the RIPS Lab:

  • Batista, Frederico. 2013. "Women Representation, Stereotype Threat, and the Gender Gap in Political Knowledge." Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago.  
  • Kam, Cindy D. 2012. "Risk Attitudes and Political Participation." American Journal of Political
    Science 56(4): 817-836.
  • Kam, Cindy D. and Rose McDermott. “Emotions, Framing, and Decision-Making under Risk.” Working paper.
  • Kam Cindy D. and Elizabeth J. Zechmeister. 2013. "Name Recognition and Candidate Support."  American Journal of Political Science  57(4): 971-986.
  • Merolla, Jennifer L. and Elizabeth J. Zechmeister.  2009.  “Terrorist Threat, Leadership, and Vote Choice:  Evidence from Three Experiments.”  Political Behavior 31(4):  575-600.  
  • Trussler, Marc. 2015. "Somebody's Watching Me: The Push and Pull of Negative News." Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago.
  • Utych, Stephen M. "Negative Affective Language in Politics." Working Paper.
  • Utych, Stephen M, and Cindy D Kam. 2014. “Viability, Information Seeking, and Vote Choice.” Journal of Politics 76(01): 152–66.
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