Response Options and the Measurement of Political Knowledge, with John Bullock. British Journal of Political Science: 1–10, 2021. (journal) (replication files)

Racial Unfairness and Fiscal Politics, with Katherine Krimmel. American Politics Research 49: 143-156, 2021. (journal) (replication files)

Substantive Divergence: The Meaning of Public Opinion on Government Spending in Red and Blue, with Katherine Krimmel. Perspectives on Politics, 1–14, 2020. (journal) (replication files)

Legal Uniformity in American Courts, with Deborah Beim. Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 16: 448-478, 2019. (journal)

Behind the Federal Spending Paradox: Economic Self Interest and Symbolic Racism in Contemporary Fiscal Politics, with Katherine Krimmel, American Politics Research 45: 727-754, 2017. (journal)

Much Ado About Nothing: RDD and the Incumbency Advantage, with Robert Erikson, Political Analysis 25: 269-275, 2017. (journal) (replication files)

Bargaining Power on the Supreme Court: Evidence from Opinion Assignment and Vote Switching, with Jeffrey Lax. Journal of Politics 77(3): 635-647, 2015. (journal) (replication files)

Dyadic Analysis in International Relations: A Cautionary Tale, with Robert Erikson and Pablo Pinto. Political Analysis 22: 457-463, 2014. (journal) (replication files)

Legal Constraints on Supreme Court Decision Making: Do Jurisprudential Regimes Exist? with Jeffrey Lax. Journal of Politics 72: 273-284, 2010. (journal)

The Three Prongs of a Jurisprudential Regimes Test: A Response to Kritzer and Richards, with Jeffrey Lax. Journal of Politics 72: 289-291, 2010. (journal)

Randomization Tests and Multi-Level Data in U.S. State Politics, with Robert Erikson and Pablo Pinto. State Politics and Policy Quarterly 10(2): 180-198, 2010. (journal)

Have Food Stamp Program Changes Increased Participation? with Sheila Zedlewski. Social Service Review 79(3): 537-561, 2005. (journal)