“Athletic Democracy: Robust Deliberation and Participation.” With Michael Neblo, Lauren Ratliff Santoro, Anand Sokhey, & David Lazer

“Constituent Communication through Telephone Town Halls: A Field Experiment Involving Members of Congress.” With Clare Abernathy, Kevin Esterling, Justin Freebourn, Ryan Kennedy, Michael Neblo, & Jonathan Solis

“Competition and Exaggeration in Experimental Cheap Talk Games.” With Jonathan Woon

“Direct Response and the Strategy Method in an Experimental Cheap Talk Game.” With Jonathan Woon

“The Incidental Pundit: Who Talks Politics with Whom, and Why?” With Hyunjin Song, Michael Neblo, David Lazer, & Katherine Ognyanova

“It Takes Two: Heterogeneous Motivations and Reputations in International Relations.” With Eunbin Chung, Matthew Hitt, & Andrew Rosenberg

“Man, State, and War: An Experimental Approach.” With Eli Assaf, Chris Gelpi, & Andrew Rosenberg

“Revisiting Familiarity and Contempt: A Field Experiment on Constituent Attitudes toward Members of Congress.” With Kevin Esterling, David Lazer, & Michael Neblo

“The Social Control of Political Participation.” With David Lazer, Michael Neblo, Katherine Ognyanova, & Brian Rubineau

“Social Influence in the U.S. House of Representatives, 1801-1861.” With Gregory Caldeira

“Socializing Statecraft: Wining and Dining Congress in the Jefferson Presidency.” With William Massengill & Gregory Caldeira

“Talk and Text: Verbal versus Numeric Messages in Cheap Talk Experiments” With Jonathan Woon

“Thrasymachus’ Blush: Between the Science of Reason and the Politics of Emotion.” With Michael Neblo