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The Generalizability of Survey Experiments*
Abstract Survey experiments have become a central methodology across the social sciences. Researchers can combine experiments’ causal power with the generalizability of population-based samples. Yet,Expand
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Partisanship and Preference Formation: Competing Motivations, Elite Polarization, and Issue Importance
An enduring and increasingly acute concern—in an age of polarized parties—is that people’s partisan attachments distort preference formation at the expense of relevant information. For example,Expand
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Presidential Debates, Partisan Motivations, and Political Interest
Presidential campaign debates remain one of the last opportunities for candidates to directly present themselves and their policies in a competitive setting to the citizenry. How do people evaluateExpand
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Elite Polarization and Public Opinion: How Polarization Is Communicated and Its Effects
Elite polarization has reshaped American politics and is an increasingly salient aspect of news coverage within the United States. As a consequence, a burgeoning body of research attempts to unravelExpand
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Generalizability of heterogeneous treatment effect estimates across samples
Significance In experiments, the degree to which results generalize to other populations depends critically on the degree of treatment effect heterogeneity. We replicated 27 survey experimentsExpand
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Framing innocence: an experimental test of the effects of wrongful convictions on public opinion
Objectives Discourse about criminal justice in the USA increasingly revolves around wrongful convictions. Research has documented the emergence of the “innocence frame,” but relatively little isExpand
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The Feedback Effects of Controversial Police Use of Force
Controversial cases of police use of force against minority civilians have become a ubiquitous feature of news headlines, and videos of these interactions between citizens and government actors haveExpand
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Series WP-14-19 The Generalizability of Survey Experiments *
Abstract: Survey experiments have become a central methodology across the social sciences. Researchers can combine experiments’ causal power with the generalizability of populationbased samples. Yet,Expand
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