Selected research papers are archived below.  Questions or comments should be emailed to jcp@byu.edu.

“Who Gets the Credit? Legislative Responsiveness and Evaluations of Members, Parties, and the US Congress,” forthcoming, Political Science Research Methods (with Daniel Butler and Christopher Karpowitz).

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“Voting for a Founding: Testing the effect of economic interests at the Federal Convention of 1787” (with Shawn Treier), 2015, The Journal of Politics 77, 519 – 534.

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“Who Caucuses? An Experimental Approach to Institutional Design and Electoral Participation” (with Christopher F. Karpowitz), 2015, British Journal of Political Science 45, 329 – 351.

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“Voting vs. Thinking: Unified Partisan Voting Does Not Imply Unified Partisan Beliefs,” 2012, The Forum 10, October 31.

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