Thomas J. Leeper
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The generalizability of survey experiments
KJ Mullinix, TJ Leeper, JN Druckman, J Freese
Journal of Experimental Political Science 2 (2), 109-138, 2015
8902015
Political Parties, Motivated Reasoning, and Public Opinion Formation
TJ Leeper, R Slothuus
Political Psychology 35 (S1), 129-156, 2014
4412014
Learning more from political communication experiments: Pretreatment and its effects
JN Druckman, TJ Leeper
American Journal of Political Science 56 (4), 875-896, 2012
2932012
A Source of Bias in Public Opinion Stability
JN Druckman, J Fein, TJ Leeper
American Political Science Review 106 (2), 430-454, 2012
2672012
Measuring subgroup preferences in conjoint experiments
TJ Leeper, SB Hobolt, J Tilley
Political Analysis 28 (2), 207-221, 2020
1882020
Generalizability of heterogeneous treatment effect estimates across samples
A Coppock, TJ Leeper, KJ Mullinix
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (49), 12441-12446, 2018
1552018
Divided by the vote: Affective polarization in the wake of the Brexit referendum
SB Hobolt, TJ Leeper, J Tilley
British Journal of Political Science 51 (4), 1476-1493, 2021
1182021
Margins: Marginal effects for model objects
TJ Leeper, J Arnold, V Arel-Bundock
R package version 0.3 23, 2018, 2018
872018
Doing what others do: Norms, science, and collective action on global warming
T Bolsen, TJ Leeper, MA Shapiro
American Politics Research 42 (1), 65-89, 2014
852014
The informational basis for mass polarization
TJ Leeper
Public Opinion Quarterly 78 (1), 27-46, 2014
832014
Interpreting regression results using average marginal effects with R’s margins
TJ Leeper
Reference manual 32, 2017
662017
Self-interest and attention to news among issue publics
T Bolsen, TJ Leeper
Political Communication 30 (3), 329-348, 2013
632013
rio: a Swiss-army knife for data I/O
CH Chan, TJ Leeper
48*2018
Is public opinion stable? Resolving the micro/macro disconnect in studies of public opinion
JN Druckman, TJ Leeper
Daedalus 141 (4), 50-68, 2012
442012
Can citizens be framed? how information more than emphasis changes opinions
TJ Leeper, R Slothuus
1st Gothenburg-Barcelona Workshop on Experimental Political Science …, 2015
41*2015
Where have the respondents gone? Perhaps we ate them all
TJ Leeper
Public Opinion Quarterly 83 (S1), 280-288, 2019
292019
MTurkR: Access to Amazon Mechanical Turk Requester API via R
TJ Leeper
R package version 0 6 (5.1), 2015
26*2015
More important, but for what exactly? The insignificant role of subjective issue importance in vote decisions
TJ Leeper, J Robison
Political Behavior 42 (1), 239-259, 2020
252020
How does treatment self-selection affect inferences about political communication?
TJ Leeper
Journal of Experimental Political Science 4 (1), 21-33, 2017
252017
How the news media persuades: Framing effects and beyond
TJ Leeper, R Slothuus
Oxford Handbook of Electoral Persuasion, 1-26, 2018
222018
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