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Erik Peterson
Erik Peterson
Assistant Professor, Political Science, Texas A&M University
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How Elite Partisan Polarization Affects Public Opinion Formation
J Druckman, E Peterson, R Slothuus
American Political Science Review 107 (1), 57-79, 2013
11552013
Demand Effects in Survey Experiments: An Empirical Assessment
J Mummolo, E Peterson
American Political Science Review 113 (2), 517-529, 2019
2552019
Improving the Interpretation of Fixed Effects Regression Results
J Mummolo, E Peterson
Political Science Research and Methods 6 (4), 829-835, 2018
2072018
Partisan Selective Exposure in Online News Consumption: Evidence from the 2016 Presidential Campaign
E Peterson, S Goel, S Iyengar
Political Science Research & Methods 9 (2), 242-258, 2021
77*2021
Partisan Gaps in Political Information and Information-Seeking Behavior: Motivated Reasoning or Cheerleading?
E Peterson, S Iyengar
American Journal of Political Science 65 (1), 133-147, 2021
592021
The Role of the Information Environment in Partisan Voting
E Peterson
The Journal of Politics 79 (4), 1191-1204, 2017
522017
The Inseparability of Race and Partisanship in the United States
SJ Westwood, E Peterson
Political Behavior, 1-23, 2020
38*2020
Are there still limits on partisan prejudice?
SJ Westwood, E Peterson, Y Lelkes
Public Opinion Quarterly 83 (3), 584-597, 2019
372019
The Limits of Partisan Loyalty
J Mummolo, E Peterson, S Westwood
Political Behavior 43 (3), 949-972, 2021
332021
Paper Cuts: How Reporting Resources Affect Political News Coverage
E Peterson
American Journal of Political Science 65 (2), 443-459, 2021
322021
The Rich are Different: The Effect of Wealth on Partisanship
E Peterson
Political Behavior 38 (1), 33-54, 2016
242016
When Unfamiliarity Breeds Contempt: How Partisan Selective Exposure Sustains Oppositional Media Hostility
E Peterson, A Kagalwala
American Political Science Review 115 (2), 585-598, 2021
222021
The Scope of Partisan Influence on Policy Opinion
E Peterson
Political Psychology 40 (2), 335-353, 2019
202019
How Content Preferences Limit the Reach of Voting Aids
J Mummolo, E Peterson
American Politics Research 45 (2), 159-185, 2017
162017
Not Dead Yet: Political Learning from Newspapers in a Changing Media Landscape
E Peterson
Political Behavior 43 (1), 339-361, 2021
152021
The Electoral Consequences of Issue Frames
E Peterson, G Simonovits
The Journal of Politics 80 (4), 1283-1296, 2018
132018
Costly Values: The Limited Benefits and Potential Costs of Targeted Policy Justifications
E Peterson, G Simonovits
Journal of Experimental Political Science 4 (2), 95-106, 2017
11*2017
The Influence of Unknown Media on Public Opinion: Evidence from Local and Foreign News Sources
E Peterson, MB Allamong
American Political Science Review 116 (2), 719-733, 2022
22022
“Stick to Sports”: Evidence from Sports Media on the Origins and Consequences of Newly Politicized Attitudes
E Peterson, M Muñoz
Political Communication, 1-21, 2022
12022
Partisan reasoning in a high stakes environment: Assessing partisan informational gaps on COVID-19
E Peterson, S Iyengar
Harvard Kennedy School Misinformation Review, 2022
2022
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