Published Research

Peterson, Erik and Gabor Simonovits. Forthcoming. “The Electoral Consequences of Issue Frames.” Journal of Politics.
     Replication Materials

Peterson, Erik. 2017. “The Role of the Information Environment in Partisan Voting.” Journal of Politics 79(4), 1191-1204.
     Replication Materials

Peterson, Erik and Gabor Simonovits. Forthcoming. “Costly Values: The Limited Benefits and Potential Costs of Targeted Policy Justifications.” Journal of Experimental Political Science.

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.
     Pre-Publication Version
     Replication Materials

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. “Improving the Interpretation of Fixed Effects Regression Results.” Conditionally Accepted at Political Science Research and Methods.

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

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

Peterson, Erik. “The Scope of Partisan Influence on Policy Opinion.”

Peterson, Erik. “Pro-Incumbent, But Non-Partisan: Media Bias in Horserace Political News.”

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