with S. Mo Jang, Curtiss L. Cobb III, J. Michael Dennis, and Charles DiSogra. 2014. Public Opinion Quarterly 78(4) 889-916. doi: 10.1093/poq/nfu043.
with Daniel Schneider, Jon A. Krosnick, Alexander Tahk, Eyal Ophir and Claire Milligan. 2014. Public Opinion Quarterly 78, 416-439. doi: 10.1093/poq/nfu013.
The link below contains replication files for Predicting Elections: Considering Tools to Pool the Polls: http://joshpasek.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/ReplicationCodePOQPollAggregation.r
with Joe Murphy, Michael W. Link, Casey Langer Tesfaye, Elizabeth Dean, Michael Stern, Jon Cohen, and Mario Callegaro. 2014. Report. Washington, DC: American Association for Public Opinion Research. Available from: http://www.aapor.org/Social_Media_Task_Force_Report.htm
with Tobias H. Stark, Jon A. Krosnick, Trevor Tompson, and B. Keith Payne. 2014. Public Opinion Quarterly 78(S1) 276-302. doi: 10.1093/poq/nfu012.
Replication data for Twitter Stimulus Response Paper. TwitterStimulusResponseDataset
In two new publications I looked at whether individuals listed first on the ballot received systematically more votes than those listed later. In both North Dakota and California elections, first-listed candidates received a small (less than one percentage point) but consistent benefit from their positions. The articles are available from…
with Eric Chen, Gábor Simonovits, and Jon Krosnick. 2014. Electoral Studies 35, 115-122. doi:10.1016/j.electstud.2014.04.018.
University of Michigan – Over two sequential semesters, Evaluating Information and Analyzing Media explores first the basic fundamentals of the development of knowledge, theories, evidence and the collection of data in both social science and analytic media research. The first course explores the tools offered by both traditions for studying…
I was asked to write a "Room For Debate" piece for the New York Times on whether racial prejudice was getting worse during the Obama era. See my response here: http://www.nytimes.com/roomfordebate/2013/11/20/racism-in-the-age-of-obama/definitely-not-less-racial-prejudice-since-obamas-election.