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Past TESS Studies

Note: Because authors of successful TESS proposals have exclusive right to TESS data for one year after data are delivered to them, only studies fielded more than one year ago are listed here.

2019

Public Perceptions of Prenatal Alcohol Consumption

    Jessica Calarco, Indiana University

Whom Do You Believe? Assessing Credibility of the Accuser and Accused in Sexual Assault

    Laura Hamilton, University of California, Merced
    Natasha Quadlin, Ohio State University
    Brian Powell, Indiana University

How Group Identity Shapes Opioid Treatment Policy Opinion

    Michael Hankinson, Baruch College, City University of New York

2018

The Social Construction of Partisanship: Misperceptions About Party Composition and Partisan Identification

    Douglas Ahler, Florida State University
    Gaurav Sood, Independent researcher

Understanding Public Perceptions of Absolute and Relative Social Mobility

    Siwei Cheng, New York University
    Fangqi Wen, New York University

Burden Sharing and Collective Action: A Study of Opinion on Opioid Treatment Funding

    Michael Hankinson, Baruch College, City University of New York
    Justin de Benedictis-Kessner, Boston University

You Can't Always Get What You Want: How Majority-Party Agenda-Setting and Ignored Alternatives Shape Public Attitudes

    Laurel Harbridge-Yong, Northwestern University
    Celia Paris, Independent researcher

Citizen Beliefs About Media Bias in the United States

    Seth J. Hill, University of California, San Diego
    Margaret E. Roberts, University of California, San Diego

Accidental Environmentalists: Examining the Effect of Income on Positive Social Evaluations of Environmentally-Friendly Lifestyles

    Emily Huddart Kennedy, University of British Columbia
    Christine Horne, Washington State University

Inattention to Game Form

    Daniel Martin, Northwestern University

Public Opinion and Attributions for Health Care Costs

    Katherine McCabe, Rutgers University

Are losers gullible? A new test of ideological asymmetry in conspiracy beliefs

    Timothy Ryan, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Ambiguous Rhetoric and Legislative Accountability

    Elizabeth Simas, University of Houston

Human Rights Shaming, Compliance, and Nationalist Backlash

    Rochelle Terman, University of Chicago

2017

Crime Reporting and Adjudication in US Rape Culture

    Matthew Baum, Harvard University

Beliefs about Racial Discrimination

    Ingar Haaland, Norwegian School of Economics

Gender Inequality in Product Markets

    Elise Tak, Stanford University

International Law, (Non)Compliance, and Domestic Audience Costs

    Geoffrey Wallace, University of Washington

2016

Using Experiments to Estimate Racially Polarized Voting

    Marisa Abrajano, University of California, San Diego

American Responses to the Syrian Refugee Crisis

    Daniel Corstange, Columbia University

Influence of Affect on Philosophical Intuitions

    Mirta Galesic, Max Planck Institute for Human Development

Gun Control, Attitude Change, and Bayesian Updating

    Andrew Guess, New York University
    Alexander Coppock, Yale University

Understanding the Expense Prediction Bias

    Chuck Howard, The University of British Columbia
    David Hardisty, University of British Columbia
    Abigail Sussman, University of Chicago
    Melissa Knoll, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

Does Transparency Affect Survey Research?

    Yanna Krupnikov, Stony Brook University

Polls that Matter: Dynamics of Horse Race Polling and Public Evaluation of Poll Reports

    Ozan Kuru, University of Michigan
    Josh Pasek, University of Michigan
    Michael Traugott, University of Michigan

Can We Reduce Affective Polarization in the Mass Public?

    Matthew Levendusky, University of Pennsylvania

Emotional Reactions to Terrorism and Candidate Evaluations

    Jennifer Merolla, University of California, Riverside

Opting into Work-Family Policies: Comparing the Effects of Material and Cultural Concerns

    David Pedulla, Stanford University
    Sarah Thébaud, University of California, Santa Barbara

Public Perception of Money in Families

    Joanna Pepin, University of Maryland

Explaining the Prevalence of White Biological Racism against Blacks

    Ashley Jardina, Duke University
    Spencer Piston, Boston University

Gender Identity and Diversity, Part 2

    Aliya Saperstein, Stanford University

Political Consequences of Apolitical Partisan Conflict

    Richard Shafranek, Northwestern University

Group Empathy as an Explanation for Variation in U.S. Intergroup Reactions to Humanitarian Emergencies Abroad and Refugee Crises

    Cigdem V. Sirin, University of Texas at El Paso
    Nicholas A. Valentino, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
    Jose D. Villalobos, University of Texas at El Paso

2015

Understanding How Individual Differences and Context Shape Media Effects

    Kevin Arceneaux, Temple University
    Martin Johnson, Louisiana State University

Saving for retirement vs. Saving for a retirement with others: Motivating saving by framing retirement as a social experience

    Aimee Chabot, Duke University
    Hal Hershfield, University of California, Los Angeles
    Christopher Bryan, University of Chicago

Proposal to Replicate and Extend Seven TESS Studies

    Alexander Coppock, Yale University

Self-Affirmation and Defensiveness to Health Messages for the Self vs a Close Other

    Rebecca Ferrer, National Cancer Institute
    William M. P. Klein, National Cancer Institute

Self-Affirmation and Implementation Intentions: The Moderating Role of Discrete Emotion

    Rebecca Ferrer, National Cancer Institute
    William M. P. Klein, National Cancer Institute

Symbols of Justice or of Social Control? Legal Authority and the Views of African Americans

    James L. Gibson, Washington University in St. Louis; Stellenbosch University (South Africa)

Helping the Homeless: Empathy, Race, and Perceptions of Homelessness in America

    Kimberly Gross, George Washington University
    Julie Wronski, University of Mississippi
    Robert Entman, George Washington University

On the Appeal of Libertarianism in the U.S. Public

    Christopher Johnston, Duke University

Cross-National Replication of Questions Design Experiments

    Jon A. Krosnick, Stanford University
    Henning Silber, GESIS – Leibniz-Institute for the Social Sciences, Germany
    Tobias Stark, University of Utrecht, Netherlands
    Annelies Blom, University of Mannheim, Germany

Economic Spillovers of Political Polarization

    Neil Malhotra, Stanford University
    Matthew Levendusky, University of Pennsylvania
    Yotam Margalit, Columbia University

Testing the Opportunity Model of Beliefs about Economic Inequality

    Leslie McCall, The Graduate Center, City University of New York

What fosters patients' acceptance of Clinical Decision Support Systems? The influence of knowledge and provider type on popular willingness to use artificial medical intelligence

    Christopher McLaughlin, United States Air Force
    Sue Tolleson-Rinehart, University of North Carolina
    at Chapel Hill
    Anthony Viera, University of North Carolina
    at Chapel Hill

Work and Democratic Citizenship: A Theory of Ego Depletion and Political Participation

    Christopher Johnston, Duke University
    Benjamin Newman, University of California, Riverside

The Barriers of Buying Happier Time

    Ashley Whillans, University of British Columbia

2014

The Political Effects of Large Number Estimation

    Brian Guay, Duke University
    David Landy, Indiana University

Equal Representation Project

    Joshua Kalla, University of California, Berkeley
    Dawn Teele, University of Pennsylvania
    Frances Rosenbluth, Yale University
    Rachel Silbermann, Yale University

Randomized Drug Trials without Consent? The Public's Perspective

    Rahul Nayak, National Institutes of Health

Emotion and Response to Physician-Provided Genetic Weight Management Messages

    Susan Persky, National Human Genome Research Institute

Extreme Policy Proposals and Public Opinion

    Erik Peterson, Stanford University

When is "bad stronger than good" in decision making

    Andrew Reed, Stanford University

Strategic Frames, Value Frames, and Citizen Reactions to Elite Polarization

    Joshua Robison, Aarhus University
    Kevin Mullinix, Northwestern University

Gender Identity and Diversity

    Aliya Saperstein, Stanford University
    Laurel Westbrook, Grand Valley State University

Shifting Positions on Abortion

    Michael Tomz, Stanford University

Leaders, the Public, and the Domestic Effects of International Law

    Geoffrey P.R. Wallace, Rutgers University

2013

The Marginal Internality

    Hunt Allcott, New York University

Political Parties and Perceptions of Election Fraud

    Emily Beaulieu, University of Kentucky

An experiment on the presumption of consent to emergency medical treatment

    Winston Chiong, University of California, San Francisco

On the Record: Selecting Representatives on the Basis of Pork or Policy

    Travis Johnston, University of California, Berkeley

Examining How Message Characteristics Influence Support for Gasoline Tax Increases

    Aaron McCright, Michigan State University
    Stan Kaplowitz, Michigan State University

Moderating the Genetic Interpolation Effect

    Alexandre Morin-Chasse, University of Montreal

Women on the Bench: Citizen Perceptions of Judge Sex and the Courts

    Kjersten Nelson, North Dakota State University

Personality and Resistance to Persuasion

    Carl Palmer, Illinois State University

The Electoral Consequences of Policy Justifications

    Erik Peterson, Stanford University

Attitudes, Rhetoric, and Acceptance of Political Compromise

    Timothy Ryan, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Gender Targeting in Political Advertisements

    Monica Schneider, Miami University of Ohio

International Law and the Credibility of Commitments

    Geoffrey P.R. Wallace, Rutgers University

Elites, International Law, and Public Support for Warfare

    Geoffrey Wallace, Rutgers University
    Sarah E. Kreps, Cornell University

What's the Best Way to Motivate Kids?

    David Yeager, The University of Texas at Austin

2012

The Flexible Correction Model and Party Labels

    Daniel Bergan, Michigan State University

Framing in Noisy Informational Environments

    Jason Coronel, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Is the Impending Majority-Minority United States Seen as a System Threat to White Americans?

    Maureen Craig, Northwestern University
    Jennifer A. Richeson, Northwestern University

The Legitimacy Conferring Capacity of the U.S. Supreme Court: The Influence of Institutional Symbols

    James L. Gibson, Washington University in St. Louis; Stellenbosch University (South Africa)

Attitudes toward the Employment of Mothers and Fathers

    Jerry Jacobs, University of Pennsylvania

Bias and Credibility: Explaining Partisan News Choice

    Dimitri Kelly, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Gender and Non-Attitudes on Foreign Policy

    Katja Kleinberg, Binghamton University

How Candidate Race Conditions Voter Responses to Negative Ads

    Yanna Krupnikov, Northwestern University

Non-Traditional Candidates and Social Desirability Effects

    Yanna Krupnikov, Northwestern University
    Nichole Bauer, Indiana University
    Spencer Piston, University of Michigan

Is Perceived Polarization a Self-Fulfilling Prophecy?

    Matthew Levendusky, University of Pennsylvania

The Intersection of Religion and Politics: A Two-Way Street

    Michele Margolis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Race and the Obama Muslim Myth

    Brendan Nyhan, Dartmouth College

Can We Finish the Revolution? Gender, Work-Family Ideals, and Institutional Constraint

    David Pedulla, Princeton University
    Sarah Thébaud, University of California, Santa Barbara

The Effect of Question Wording on Preferences for Prenatal Genetic Testing and Abortion

    Eleanor Singer, University of Michigan
    Mick P. Couper, University of Michigan

Exponential Growth Bias: Theory and Experiments

    Joshua Tasoff, Claremont Graduate University
    Matthew Levy, London School of Economics and Political Science

Laws, Norms, and the Motherhood/Caretaker Penalty

    Shelley Correll, Stanford University
    Traci Tucker, Stanford University
    Catherine R. Albiston, University of California, Berkeley

Panel Conditioning in Longitudinal Surveys: An Experiment

    John Robert Warren, University of Minnesota

2011

Anxious Politics: The effects of immigration anxiety on trust and attitudes

    Bethany Albertson, The University of Texas at Austin

Racial Prejudice and Paternalism in Mass Support for Foreign Aid

    Andy Baker, University of Colorado at Boulder

Voting vs. Being a Voter: Exploring the Process Behind a Phrasing Effect On Turnout

    Christopher Bryan, University of California, San Diego

Can masking of video data reduce perceived invasion of privacy?

    Julie Downs, Carnegie Mellon University

Public Attitudes about Political Equality

    Patrick Flavin, Baylor University

Assessing the Breadth of Framing Effects

    Daniel Hopkins, Georgetown University

Devaluation and Valuation in the Labor Market

    Tamar Kricheli Katz, Tel Aviv University

Inducing Partisan Disagreements About Political Facts

    Benjamin Lauderdale, London School of Economics and Political Science

The Consequences of Construing Terrorist Attacks as Suffering versus Threat

    Alison Ledgerwood, University of California, Davis

Political Grievances and Support for Terrorism: An Experimental Approach

    Anthony Lemieux, University of Colorado at Boulder

Displaced International Punishment

    Peter Liberman, Queens College and Graduate Center of the City University of New York

Protest, Policing, and Perception

    Christian Davenport, University of Michigan
    Rose McDermott, Brown University

Priming, Projection, or Both? Reevaluating the Classic Priming Hypothesis

    Joel Middleton, New York University
    Austin Hart, American University

Gender and Physical Attractiveness as Status Beliefs

    Samantha Paustian-Underdahl, Kennesaw State University

Determinants of Belief in Conspiracy Theories

    Scott Radnitz, University of Washington

Electoral Choice and Political Participation

    Jon Rogowski, Washingtong University in St. Louis

Campaign Funding Disclosures and Mass Attitudes

    Michael Sances, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Racial Appeals in a "Post-Racial" Environment

    LaFleur Stephens, Princeton University

But how do you feel about climate change? Assessing affective reactions to climate change

    Janet Swim, The Pennsylvania State University
    Brittany P. Bloodhart, George Mason University

Do Policy Defaults Communicate Choice-Relevant Information?

    David Tannenbaum, University of California, Los Angeles

Racial Bias in Perceptions of Others’ Pain

    Sophie Trawalter, University of Virginia

The Reputational Consequences of International Law and Compliance

    Geoffrey P.R. Wallace, Rutgers University

2010

Anger: Racial Resentment Drives Opposition to Health Care Reform

    Antoine J. Banks, University of Maryland

Impact of Information Disclosure on the Attractiveness of a Social Network Site Profile

    Lemi Baruh, Koç University
    Christophe Bisson, Kadir Has University
    Yoram Chisik, University of Madeira
    Basak Senova, Freelance Curator and Designer

Perceptions of Diversity Across Groups

    Christopher Bauman, University of California, Irvine

Boosting Voter Turnout by Invoking Identity

    Christopher Bryan, University of California, San Diego

Taking Race at Face Value

    Ruth Burke, University of Pennsylvania

The Case of the Stolen Initiative: Were the Voters Framed?

    Craig Burnett, University of North Carolina at Wilmington
    Vladimir Kogan, The Ohio State University

Does Racial Bias Influence Support for Sentencing Juveniles to Life in Prison Without the Possibility of Parole?

    Aneeta Rattan, Stanford University
    Jennifer Eberhardt, Stanford University
    Cynthia Levine, Stanford University
    Carol S. Dweck, Stanford University

Understanding How Policy Venue Influences Public Opinion

    Alison Gash, University of Oregon
    Michael Murakami, Georgetown University

Race and Big Government in the Age of Obama

    Paul Goren, University of Minnesota

Gender Stereotypes in Contexts of Terror Threat

    Mirya R. Holman, Florida Atlantic University
    Jennifer L. Merolla, Claremont Graduate University
    Elizabeth J. Zechmeister, Vanderbilt University

Consequences of Violent Political Rhetoric

    Nathan Kalmoe, George Washington University

Risk Orientations, Status Quo Frames, and Electoral Choice

    Cindy D. Kam, Vanderbilt University
    Elizabeth Simas, University of Houston

Is Congress More Polarized than the Public Because it is More Informed than the Public?

    Benjamin Lauderdale, London School of Economics and Political Science

The Effects of Racist and Racial Appeals on White Voters

    Charlton McIlwain, New York University
    Stephen Maynard Caliendo, North Central College

Men's (Mis)Perceptions of the Stigma of Unemployment

    Kenneth S. Michniewicz, University of South Florida
    Joseph A. Vandello, University of South Florida
    Jennifer K. Bosson, University of South Florida

Genetic Genealogy as a Window into Genomic Science: Racial Boundary Blurring and Reification

    Maya Sen, University of Rochester
    Jennifer Hochschild, Harvard University

When Others' Disbelief Engenders Prejudice: Characterizing Anti-Atheist Bias in America

    Lawton K. Swan, University of Florida
    Martin Heesacker, University of Florida

Environmental Values, Beliefs, and Behavior

    Mohana Turaga, Indian Institute of Technology

International Law and Public Attitudes toward the Use of Torture

    Geoffrey P.R. Wallace, Rutgers University

Understanding the Role of Religious Appeals in Political Communication

    Christopher Weber, University of Arizona
    Matthew Thornton, Louisiana State University

2009

Mobilizing Collective Identity: Frames & Rational Individuals

    Christy Aroopala, Decision Information Resources, Inc.

Vignette Study on Web Paradata

    Mick P. Couper, University of Michigan
    Eleanor Singer, University of Michigan

Judicial Impartiality, Campaign Contributions, and Recusals: Results from a National Survey

    James L. Gibson, Washington University in St. Louis; Stellenbosch University (South Africa)

The Disutility of Injustice

    Paul H. Robinson, University of Pennsylvania
    Geoffrey P. Goodwin, University of Pennsylvania

Linked Fate, Context Effects, and Group Comparisons

    Jennifer Hochschild, Harvard University
    Claudine Gay, Harvard University

Attitudes toward Risk and Electoral Decision-Making

    Cindy Kam, Vanderbilt University

The War at Home: Attitudes Toward Veterans Returning from Iraq

    Meredeith Kleykamp, University of Maryland

How to Measure Willingness to Engage in Political Action

    Adam Levine, Cornell University
    Yanna Krupnikov, Northwestern University

Reframing the Marriage Debate: Wording, Context and Intensity of Support for Marriage and Civil Unions

    Brian J. McCabe, Georgetown University
    Jennifer A. Heerwig, Stony Brook University

Black Elite Rhetoric and American Public Opinion

    Lester K. Spence, Johns Hopkins University
    Byron D'Andra Orey, Jackson State University

Does Mentioning ‘Some People’ and ‘Other People’ in an Attitude Question Improve Measurement Quality?

    David Scott Yeager, The University of Texas at Austin
    Jon A. Krosnick, Stanford University

2008

The Effect of Visual Imagery on the Formulation of Risk Perceptions

    Aruna Balakrishnan, Carnegie Mellon University
    Sara Kiesler, Carnegie Mellon University
    Susan Fussell, Cornell University

Discomfort in Disagreement with God

    Benjamin A. Converse, University of Virgina
    Nicholas Epley, University of Chicago

Regulatory Focus as a Determinant of Feelings of Ambivalence and Ambivalence Reduction

    Kenneth G. DeMarree, University at Buffalo
    S. Christian Wheeler, Stanford University

Elite cues and Emotion

    Shana Kushner Gadarian, Syracuse University

Fear and learning in the immigration debate

    Shana Kushner Gadarian, Syracuse University
    Bethany Albertson, University of Texas at Austin

Providential Religious Beliefs and U.S. Foreign Policy

    Rebecca A. Glazier, University of Arkansas at Little Rock

About Face: The Association between Facial Appearance and Status Attainment among Military Personnel

    Thomas R. Hochschild Jr., Valdosta State University
    Casey Borch, University of Alabama at Birmingham

Local and National Influences on Inter-group Attitudes

    Daniel Hopkins, Georgetown University
    Van C. Tran, Columbia University
    Abigail Fisher Williamson, Trinity College

Question Order Effects on Reported Memories and Perceptions Regarding the Iraq War

    Gary C. Jacobson, University of California, San Diego

Risk Attitudes and Bioterrorism

    Cindy Kam, Vanderbilt University
    Elizabeth N. Simas, University of Houston

Cultural Affinities, Regime Type, and Foreign Policy Opinion Formation

    Bethany Lacina, University of Rochester
    Charlotte Lee, Hamilton College

Bridging Partisan Divisions over Anti-Terrorism

    Neil Malhotra, Stanford University
    Elizabeth Popp, University of Illinois Urbana Champaign

2007

Untitled

    Jason Barabas, Florida State University

With God on Our Side

    Benjamin A. Converse, University of Virgina
    Nicholas Epley, University of Chicago

The effects of gender and power on persuasion

    Asia A. Eaton, Florida International University
    Penny S. Visser, University of Chicago

The Age-Gender Interaction Effect on Status Expectations: Investigation and Career Implications

    Michael Lovaglia, University of Iowa
    Christabel Rogalin, Purdue University North Central

Sources of Blame Attribution: Citizen Attitudes Towards Public Officials after 9/11

    Neil Malhotra, Stanford University
    Alexander Kuo, Cornell University

Social Desirability Bias in Estimated Support for a Black Presidential Candidate

    Jennifer A. Heerwig, Stony Brook University
    Brian J. McCabe, Georgetown University

Do International Legal Norms Affect Citizens' Willingness to Punish Foreign Human Rights Violations?

    Tonya L. Putnam, Columbia University
    Jacob N. Shapiro, Princeton University

2006

Effects of Outgroup Friendship Salience on Outgroup Attitudes and Moderating Conditions

    Arthur Aron, State University of New York at Stony Brook

Non-Verbal Cues in Politics: Assessing the Interaction between Facial Similarity, Gender, and Candidate Visibility

    Jeremy Bailenson, Stanford University
    Shanto Iyengar, Stanford University

Ethnicity and Episodic Framing in the Wake of Hurricane Katrina

    Eran N. Ben-Porath, Social Science Research Solutions
    Lee K. Shaker, Portland State University

Motivational Mechanisms and Hazing Behavior

    Aldo Cimino, University of California, Santa Barbara

How Causal Attributions Influence Attitudes about Affirmative Action

    Patrick Corrigan, Illinois Institute of Technology

After the Storms: Anticipated Effects of Gasoline Prices on Health Behaviors and Health-Related Consumption

    Matthew M. Davis, MD, MAPP, University of Michigan
    Dianne Singer, University of Michigan

The Political Impact of Message Attributes from Religious Elites

    Paul Djupe, Denison University
    Gregory Gwiasda, Denison University

The Appropriateness of Retaliatory Violence: Effects of Gender and Relationship

    Scott Feld, Purdue University
    Richard Felson, Pennsylvania State University

A randomized experiment on the determinants of generosity to the poor

    Christina M. Fong, Carnegie Mellon University
    Robyn Dawes, Carnegie Mellon University
    Erzo Luttmer, Dartmouth College

Government Responsibility Attributions and the Room to Maneuver Debate

    John R. Freeman, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

Experiments to understand how Americans react to new election procedures

    Michael J. Hanmer, University of Maryland
    Fred Conrad, University of Michigan
    Michael Traugott, University of Michigan

Priming to Improve Survey Measurement through Anchoring Vignettes

    Daniel Hopkins, Georgetown University
    Gary King, Harvard University

Political Elites and Public Support for War

    William Howell, University of Chicago
    Douglas Kriner, Boston University

Sources of Individual Self-Identification: An Experimental Approach

    Alexander Kuo, Cornell University
    Yotam Margalit, Columbia University

Do People Agree on how much Punishment fits Crimes?

    Robert Kurzban, University of Pennsylvania
    Paul Robinson, University of Pennsylvania

Assigning Blame: The Public’s Response to Hurricane Katrina

    Neil Malhotra, Stanford University
    Alexander Kuo, Cornell University

Perceiving Neighborhoods: Exploring the Effects of Subjective Evaluations on the Process of Social Organization

    Melanie Penny, Harvard University
    William Julius Wilson, Harvard University

Reducing Intergroup Bias: Does Dual Identification Help or Harm?

    Elmar Schlueter, Justus-Liebig-University Giessen
    Oliver Christ, Philipps-University of Marburg

Courting the Public: Judicial Behavior and Public Views of Court Decisions

    John T. Scott, University of California, Davis
    James R. Zink, North Carolina State University

The Impact of Information from similar or different advisors on judgment

    Yue (Jen) Shang, Indiana University
    Francesca Gino, Harvard University
    Rachel Croson, University of Texas at Dallas

Estimating Number of Lifetime Sexual Partners: A Strategy Activation Study

    Robert C. Sinclair, Laurentian University
    Sean E. Moore, University of Alberta

Reactions to Katrina: Emotions, Stereotypes, and Policy Evaluation

    Leaf Van Boven, University of Colorado Boulder
    Bernadette Park, University of Colorado Boulder
    William T. Pizzi, University of Colorado Boulder

2005

Who Moves Presidential Approval?

    Scott Althaus, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Public Reaction to Military versus Private Security Deaths in Iraq

    Deborah Avant, University of Denver
    Lee Sigelman, George Washington University

Generalization of the Valence Framing Effect

    George Bizer, Union College
    Jeff Larsen, The University of Tennessee

When "No" Means "Yes": Measuring Social Desirability Effects on the Expression of Biological Concepts of Race

    Hannah Brueckner, New York University Abu Dhabi
    Alondra Nelson, Columbia University
    Ann Morning, New York University

Exploring the Dynamics of Personal Threat: The Effects of Anxiety on Policy Preferences

    Erin Cassese, West Virginia University
    Stanley Feldman, SUNY Stony Brook

Moral Luck, Loss of Chance, and Legal Liability

    John Darley, Princeton University
    Lawrence Solan, Brooklyn Law School

Motivational Systems in Political Collective Action: Managing Free Riders, Exiters, and Recruits

    Andrew W. Delton, University of California, Santa Barbara
    Leda Cosmides, University of California, Santa Barbara

Party Responsiveness and Mandate Balancing

    James Fowler, University of California, San Diego

Effects of Ostracism and Stigma on Self-Esteem

    Stephanie Goodwin, Wright State University
    Kipling Williams, Purdue University

In the Eye of the Beholder: How Information Shortcuts Shape Individual Perceptions of Bias in the Media

    Phil Gussin, University of California, Los Angeles
    Matthew Baum, Harvard University

Politeness Theory and Conversational Refusals

    Danette Ifert Johnson, Ithaca College

The Impact of Federalism on Citizen Support for Legislative Action

    Cindy Kam, Vanderbilt University
    Robert Mikos, Vanderbilt University

Attitudes towards Risk and the Framing of Bioterrorist Prevention Programs

    Cindy D. Kam, Vanderbilt University
    Elizabeth N. Simas, University of California, Davis

Effect of mood on creativity

    Chu Kim-Prieto, The College of New Jersey
    Ed Diener, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign

Maintaining a Sense of Belonging among the Socially Isolated

    Megan L. Knowles, Franklin & Marshall College
    Wendi L. Gardner, Northwestern University

Question Order Effects on Political Interest Reports

    Dominic L. Lasorsa, University of Texas at Austin

Effects of Rejection on Multiple Relationships

    Edward Lemay, University of Maryland

Public Opinion of Congress a Causal Examination

    Monika L McDermott, Fordham University
    David R. Jones, City University of New York, Baruch College

Measuring Teenage Pregnancy Norms and Their Effect on Resource Provision

    Stefanie Bailey Mollborn, University of Colorado Boulder

The Roots of Sexual Prejudice

    John B. Pryor, Illinois State University
    John Ernst, Thomas More College

Status Effects of Gender

    Lisa Rashotte, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
    Murray Webster, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Political Corruption and the Ethical Judgments of American Citizens

    David Redlawsk, Rutgers University
    James A McCann, Purdue University

Exploring the Generality of "Naive Realism": Perceptions of Bias in Others who Disagree with our Opinions

    Glenn D. Reeder, Illinois State University
    John B. Pryor, Illinois State University
    Michael Griswell, Illinois State University

Determinants of Trust: A Comparative Analysis

    Juergen Schupp, German Institute for Economic Research
    Gert Wagner, German Institute for Economic Research

Capitalization, self-esteem, and building social resources

    Shannon M. Smith, University of Rochester
    Harry Reis

Audience Costs in International Crises

    Michael Tomz, Stanford University

Political Knowledge, Political Thought, and Citizen Competence

    Mathieu Turgeon, University of North Texas

The Dynamics of System Justification

    Cheryl J. Wakslak, University of Southern California
    John T. Jost, New York University

Who has Narrow Brackets?

    Georg Weizsacker, University College London

Studying the Effect of Income on Punitive Attitudes with a Two-List Factorial

    James Yocom, University of Wisconsin - Madison
    Sara Wakefield, Rutgers University- Newark

2004

I Think, Therefore I Vote (Correctly?): Systematic Cognitive Processing and Electoral Behavior

    David Barker, California State University
    Susan B. Hansen, University of Pittsburgh

The Role of Gender Stereotypes in Mental Illness Stigma

    Galen V. Bodenhausen, Northwestern University
    James Wirth, University of North Florida

Trust and Risk

    Iris Bohnet, Harvard University
    Richard Zeckhauser, Harvard University

Tone and Information in Negative Campaign Advertising

    Deborah Jordan Brooks, Dartmouth College
    John Geer, Vanderbilt University

Affect and Cognition in Party Identification

    Barry C. Burden, University of Wisconsin-Madison
    Casey Klofstad, University of Miami

Shame, Blame and Contamination: Mental Illness Stigma and the Family

    Patrick Corrigan, Illinois Institute of Technology
    Amy Watson, University of Illinois at Chicago

General Prejudice Versus Discrete Emotions: Understanding Patterns of Intergroup Emotions

    Catherine A. Cottrell, New College of Florida
    Steven L. Neuberg, Arizona State University

Preferences for Immunization Coverage in Health Plans

    Matthew M. Davis, MD, MAPP, University of Michigan
    Kathryn Fant, University of Michigan

An Experiment on Vote Intention

    John DiNardo, University of Michigan
    Eric Turkheimer, University of Virginia
    Thomas Guterbock, University of Virginia

Heritage or Hate: An Examination of Attitudes on the Georgia State Flag Controversy

    Vincent L. Hutchings, University of Michigan
    Hanes Walton, Jr., University of Michigan

Gender and Reactions to Political Campaigns

    Cindy Kam, Vanderbilt University

Does it Help or Hurt Kerry if Nader is on the Ballot?

    Walter R. Mebane, Jr., University of Michigan
    Israel Waismel-Manor, University of Haifa

Measuring Perceptions and Attitudes about Overweight and Obesity

    Eric Oliver, University of Chicago
    Taeku Lee, UC Berkeley

Exploring the Social Bases of Attitude Strength

    Penny S. Visser, University of Chicago

The Color of the Campaign: An Experimental Study of the Influence of Skin Color on Candidate Evaluation

    Vesla M. Weaver, Yale University
    Jennifer Hochschild, Harvard University

2003

Indirect Effects of Discredited Stereotypes: Social and Political Traits in Judgments of Jewish Leaders

    Adam Berinsky, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    Tali Mendelberg, Princeton University

An Investigation of Order Effects in the Measurement of Aggression and Aggressive Cognition

    Paul Boxer, Rutgers University, Newark and University of Michigan
    Eric F. Dubow, Bowling Green State University and University of Michigan
    Rowell Huesmann, University of Michigan

Us vs. Them?: How Threat Shapes Opinions about Immigration

    Ted Brader, University of Michigan
    Nick Valentino, University of Michigan
    Elizabeth Suhay, Lafayette College

A Study on Race of Interviewer Effects Using Visual Cues

    Mick P. Couper, University of Michigan
    Maria Krysan, University of Illinois at Chicago

Chronic Losers and Democracy

    Todd Donovan, Western Washington University
    Shaun Bowler, University of California, Riverside

Self-Esteem, Organization of Thoughts about Partners, and Context-Dependence of Partner Views

    Steven Graham, New College of Florida
    Margaret S. Clark, Yale University

Emotional Responses to Infidelity: Investigating Jealousy with a National Sample

    Melanie C. Green, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    John Sabini, University of Pennsylvania

Vote Over-Reporting: A Test of the Social Desirability Hypothesis

    Allyson L. Holbrook, University of Illinois at Chicago
    Jon A. Krosnick, Stanford University

Game Responses as Survey Instruments: Measuring the Constituents of Social Capital

    Daniel Houser, George Mason University
    Jason Shachat, Xiamen University
    Dr. Jonathan W. Leland, National Science Foundation

Cognitive Representations of Social Groups and Support for Public Policies

    Elizabeth Levy Paluck, Princeton University
    Donald Green, Columbia University

Misperceptions of Public Opinion on Foreign Trade Policy and Their Implications

    Alexander Todorov, Princeton University
    Anesu N. Mandisodza, New York University

Consequences of Misperceptions of Public Opinion for Support of Specific Foreign Policies

    Alexander Todorov, Princeton University
    Anesu N. Mandisodza, New York University

A Behavioral Theory of Political Choice

    Michael Tomz, Stanford University
    Paul Sniderman, Stanford University