John G. Bullock
John G. Bullock
Associate Professor of Political Science, Northwestern University
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Yes, but what’s the mechanism? (Don’t expect an easy answer)
JG Bullock, DP Green, SE Ha
Journal of personality and social psychology 98 (4), 550, 2010
Elite influence on public opinion in an informed electorate
JG Bullock
American Political Science Review 105 (3), 496-515, 2011
Partisan Bias in Factual Beliefs about Politics
JG Bullock, AS Gerber, SJ Hill, GA Huber
Quarterly Journal of Political Science 10 (4), 519-78, 2015
Enough already about “black box” experiments: Studying mediation is more difficult than most scholars suppose
DP Green, SE Ha, JG Bullock
The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 628 (1 …, 2010
“Don’t know” means “don’t know”: DK responses and the public’s level of political knowledge
RC Luskin, JG Bullock
The Journal of Politics 73 (2), 547-557, 2011
A consistency theory of public opinion and political choice: The hypothesis of menu dependence
PM Sniderman, J Bullock
Studies in public opinion: Attitudes, nonattitudes, measurement error, and …, 2004
Partisan bias and the Bayesian ideal in the study of public opinion
JG Bullock
The Journal of Politics 71 (3), 1109-1124, 2009
Mediation Analysis Is Harder than It Looks
JG Bullock, SE Ha
Handbook of Experimental Political Science, 2010
Experiments on partisanship and public opinion: Party cues, false beliefs, and Bayesian updating
JG Bullock
Stanford University, 2007
Partisanship and the enduring effects of false political information
JG Bullock
Unpublished Manuscript, 2006
Party cues and policy information: real and perceived effects
JG Bullock
Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, August, 2006
Partisan Bias in Surveys
JG Bullock, G Lenz
Annual Review of Political Science 22, 325-342, 2019
Experimental approaches to mediation: A new guide for assessing causal pathways
JG Bullock, DP Green, SE Ha
Unpublished manuscript, Yale University, New Haven, CT, 2008
Lethal incompetence: Voters, officials, and systems
J Bendor, JG Bullock
Critical Review 20 (1-2), 1-23, 2008
Measuring political knowledge
RC Luskin, JG Bullock
Unpublished manuscript, University of Texas, 2005
Reference Rot: An Emerging Threat to Transparency in Political Science
AL Gertler, JG Bullock
PS: Political Science & Politics 50 (1), 166-171, 2017
Rasch Assumptions: Problems in the Measurement of Political Knowledge
J Bullock
Stanford University. Manuscript, 2002
Party Cues
JG Bullock
The Oxford Handbook of Electoral Persuasion, 0
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