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Sean J Westwood
Sean J Westwood
Associate Professor of Government, Dartmouth College
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Fear and Loathing across Party Lines: New Evidence on Group Polarization
S Iyengar, SJ Westwood
American Journal of Political Science, 2015
24802015
The origins and consequences of affective polarization in the United States
S Iyengar, Y Lelkes, M Levendusky, N Malhotra, SJ Westwood
Annual Review of Political Science, 2019
24132019
Selective exposure in the age of social media: Endorsements trump partisan source affiliation when selecting news online
S Messing, SJ Westwood
Communication Research 41 (8), 1042-1063, 2014
13092014
The tie that divides: Cross-national evidence of the primacy of partyism
SJ Westwood, S Iyengar, S Walgrave, R Leonisio, L Miller, O Strijbis
European Journal of Political Research, 2017
3542017
How words and money cultivate a personal vote: The effect of legislator credit claiming on constituent credit allocation
J Grimmer, S Messing, SJ Westwood
American Political Science Review 106 (04), 703-719, 2012
3332012
The Limits of Partisan Prejudice
Y Lelkes, SJ Westwood
The Journal of Politics 79 (2), 485-501, 2017
2702017
Estimating heterogeneous treatment effects and the effects of heterogeneous treatments with ensemble methods
J Grimmer, S Messing, SJ Westwood
Political Analysis, 2017
2032017
The Impression of Influence: Legislator Communication, Representation, and Democratic Accountability
J Grimmer, SJ Westwood, S Messing
Princeton University Press, 2014
169*2014
Does affective polarization undermine democratic norms or accountability? Maybe not
DE Broockman, JL Kalla, SJ Westwood
American Journal of Political Science 67 (3), 808-828, 2023
166*2023
Current research overstates American support for political violence
SJ Westwood, J Grimmer, M Tyler, C Nall
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (12), e2116870119, 2022
982022
The Inseparability of Race and Partisanship in the United States
SJ Westwood, E Peterson
Political Behavior, 2020
94*2020
An exploration of Donald Trump's allegations of massive voter fraud in the 2016 General Election
D Cottrell, MC Herron, SJ Westwood
Electoral Studies 51, 123-142, 2018
892018
Projecting confidence: How the probabilistic horse race confuses and demobilizes the public
S Westwood, S Messing, Y Lelkes
The Journal of Politics, 2019
832019
The Limits of Partisan Loyalty
J Mummolo, E Peterson, S Westwood
Political Behavior, 2019
73*2019
Are There Still Limits on Partisan Prejudice?
SJ Westwood, E Peterson, Y Lelkes
Public Opinion Quarterly, 2019
592019
Beyond Attitudes: Incorporating Measures of Behavior in Survey Experiments
E Peterson, SJ Westwood, S Iyengar
239–54 in Advances In Experimental Political Science, 2021
44*2021
The Role of Persuasion in Deliberative Opinion Change
SJ Westwood
Political Communication 32 (4), 509-528, 2015
432015
A methodological self-study of quantitizing: Negotiating meaning and revealing multiplicity
D Seltzer-Kelly, SJ Westwood, DM Peña-Guzman
Journal of Mixed Methods Research 6 (4), 258-274, 2012
422012
Social network analysis labs in R
D McFarland, S Messing, M Nowak, SJ Westwood
Retrieved November 22, 2018, 2010
322010
The Effects of Chronic Multitasking on Analytical Writing
DM Lottridge, C Rosakranse, CS Oh, SJ Westwood, KA Baldoni, AS Mann, ...
Proceedings of the 33rd Annual ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing …, 2015
302015
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