AI In Human Communication (’23)
This course will provide students with an overview of the ways in which artificial intelligence (AI) […]
Debating Politics and Science
This class explores how the public consumes scientific information and how scientific findings translate into policy. In […]
NORC – Center for Panel Survey Sciences – Expert Advisory Board
Dr. Pasek was asked to serve on the expert advisory board for NORC’s new Center for […]
Democracy amid Crises: Polarization, Pandemic, Protests, and Persuasion
Annenberg IOD Collaborative (with Kathleen Hall Jamieson, Matthew Levendusky, R Lance Holbert, Andrew Renninger, Yotam Ophir, […]
Americans’ attitudes toward the Affordable Care Act: What role do beliefs play?
With Gabriel Miao Li, Jon A Krosnick, Tobias H Stark, Jennifer Agiesta, Gaurav Sood, Trevor Tompson, […]
A partisan pandemic: how COVID-19 was primed for polarization
With Austin Hegland, Annie Li Zhang, and Brianna Zichettella. 2022. The ANNALS of the American Academy […]
Do you prefer Obamacare or the affordable care act? Simulating an informed public to improve survey measurement
With Gabriel Miao Li. 2022. International Journal of Public Opinion Research 34(3). edac029. doi:
The role of non–COVID-specific and COVID-specific factors in predicting a shift in willingness to vaccinate: A panel study
With Kathleen Hall Jamieson, Daniel Romer, Patrick E Jamieson, and Kenneth M Winneg. 2021. PNAS 118(52). […]
Lies and presidential debates: How political misinformation spread across media streams during the 2020 election
With Jaren Haber, Lisa Singh, Ceren Budak, Meena Balan, Ryan Callahan, Rob Churchill, Brandon Herren, and […]
Assessing Polling Errors in the 2020 U.S.Presidential Election: An Examination of State-Level Panel Data
AAPOR 2021 — In 2020, a series of state-level pre-election polls indicated that Joe Biden would […]