Alexander Coppock
TitleCited byYear
Generalizing from survey experiments conducted on Mechanical Turk: A replication approach
A Coppock
Political Science Research and Methods 7 (3), 613-628, 2019
882019
Is voting habit forming? New evidence from experiments and regression discontinuities
A Coppock, DP Green
American Journal of Political Science 60 (4), 1044-1062, 2016
73*2016
A randomized control trial evaluating the effects of police body-worn cameras
D Yokum, A Ravishankar, A Coppock
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (21), 10329-10332, 2019
44*2019
Does counter-attitudinal information cause backlash? Results from three large survey experiments
A Guess, A Coppock
British Journal of Political Science, 1-19, 2018
37*2018
Candidate choice without party labels
PA Kirkland, A Coppock
Political Behavior 40 (3), 571-591, 2018
33*2018
Combining list experiment and direct question estimates of sensitive behavior prevalence
PM Aronow, A Coppock, FW Crawford, DP Green
Journal of survey statistics and methodology 3 (1), 43-66, 2015
312015
Assessing the correspondence between experimental results obtained in the lab and field: A review of recent social science research
A Coppock, DP Green
Political Science Research and Methods 3 (1), 113-131, 2015
29*2015
Validating the demographic, political, psychological, and experimental results obtained from a new source of online survey respondents
A Coppock, OA McClellan
Research & Politics 6 (1), 2053168018822174, 2019
282019
When treatments are tweets: A network mobilization experiment over Twitter
A Coppock, A Guess, J Ternovski
Political Behavior 38 (1), 105-128, 2016
282016
Generalizability of heterogeneous treatment effect estimates across samples
A Coppock, TJ Leeper, KJ Mullinix
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (49), 12441-12446, 2018
242018
Information spillovers: Another look at experimental estimates of legislator responsiveness
A Coppock
Journal of Experimental Political Science 1 (2), 159-169, 2014
172014
The effects of lawn signs on vote outcomes: Results from four randomized field experiments
DP Green, JS Krasno, A Coppock, BD Farrer, B Lenoir, JN Zingher
Electoral Studies 41, 143-150, 2016
162016
Declaring and diagnosing research designs
G Blair, J Cooper, A Coppock, M Humphreys
American Political Science Review 113 (3), 838-859, 2019
142019
The long-lasting effects of newspaper op-eds on public opinion
A Coppock, E Ekins, D Kirby
Quarterly Journal of Political Science 13 (1), 59-87, 2018
142018
Did Shy Trump Supporters Bias the 2016 Polls? Evidence from a Nationally-representative List Experiment
A Coppock
Statistics, Politics and Policy 8 (1), 29-40, 2017
102017
What Have We Learned About Gender From Candidate Choice Experiments? A Meta-analysis of 30 Factorial Survey Experiments
S Schwarz, W Hunt, A Coppock
annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL …, 2018
92018
Avoiding Post-Treatment Bias in Audit Experiments
A Coppock
Journal of Experimental Political Science 6 (1), 1-4, 2019
8*2019
Positive, small, homogeneous, and durable: Political persuasion in response to information
AE Coppock
Columbia University, 2016
82016
The persistence of survey experimental treatment effects
A Coppock
Unpublished Manuscript, 2016
7*2016
An experimental approach to causal identification of spillover effects under general interference
A Coppock, N Sircar
Unpublished manuscript, 2013
7*2013
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