Research

Published Research

Peterson, Erik and Gabor Simonovits. Forthcoming. “The Electoral Consequences of Issue Frames.” Journal of Politics.
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Mummolo, Jonathan and Erik Peterson. Forthcoming. “Improving the Interpretation of Fixed Effects Regression Results.” Political Science Research and Methods.
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Peterson, Erik. Forthcoming. “The Scope of Partisan Influence on Policy Opinion.” Political Psychology.

Peterson, Erik. 2017. “The Role of the Information Environment in Partisan Voting.” Journal of Politics 79(4), 1191-1204.
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Peterson, Erik and Gabor Simonovits. 2017. “Costly Values: The Limited Benefits and Potential Costs of Targeted Policy Justifications.” Journal of Experimental Political Science 4(2), 95-106. 

Mummolo, Jonathan and Erik Peterson. 2017. “How Content Preferences Limit the Reach of Voting Aids.” American Politics Research 45(2), 159-185.

Peterson, Erik. 2016. “The Rich Are Different: The Effect of Wealth on Partisanship.” Political Behavior 38(1), 33-54.
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Druckman, James N., Erik Peterson and Rune Slothuus. 2013. “How Elite Partisan Polarization Affects Public Opinion Formation.” American Political Science Review 107(1), 57-79.

Working Papers

Mummolo, Jonathan and Erik Peterson. “Demand Effects in Survey Experiments: An Empirical Assessment.”

Peterson, Erik. “Not Dead Yet: Passive Political Learning From Newspapers in an Era of Media Decline.”

Peterson, Erik. “Paper Cuts: How Reporting Resources Affect Political News Coverage.”

Peterson, Erik and Shanto Iyengar. “Partisan News Exposure and Political Misinformation.”

Peterson, Erik, Sharad Goel and Shanto Iyengar. “Echo Chambers and Partisan Polarization: Evidence from the 2016 Presidential Election.”

Westwood, Sean, Erik Peterson and Yphtach Lelkes. “Are There Still Limits on Partisan Prejudice?”