Elizabeth C. Connors
Political Science PhD
Elizabeth C. Connors. 2019.
"The Social Dimension of Political Values."
Elizabeth C. Connors, Yanna Krupnikov, and John Barry Ryan. 2019.
"Does Transparency Bias Survey Research?"
Public Opinion Quarterly.
Yanna Krupnikov, Kerri Milita, John Barry Ryan, and Elizabeth C. Connors. 2019.
"How Gender Affects the Efficacy of Discussion as an Information Shortcut."
Political Science Research and Methods.
Papers Under Review:
Elizabeth C. Connors, Yanna Krupnikov, and Christopher B. Mann. “Calls to Action: Why Detailed Information May Backfire as a Mobilization Strategy.”
Steven Webster, Elizabeth C. Connors, and Betsy Sinclair. “The Social Consequences of Political Anger.”
Elizabeth C. Connors. "Everyone’s Doing It: Social Pressure Inflates Affective Polarization." Partly funded by TESS.
Select Working Papers:
Elizabeth C. Connors, Matthew T. Pietryka and John Barry Ryan. “The Negative Consequences of Political Experts' Social Capital.”
Elizabeth C. Connors. “Party Foul: How the Rhetorical Use of Political Values is Constrained by Party Ownership.”
Elizabeth C. Connors, Robert Bird, Yanna Krupnikov, and Samara Klar. “How Low Candidate Approval Affects Partisanship.”
Stanley Feldman, Leonie Huddy, and Elizabeth C. Connors. “The Conditional Nature of Empathy: Support for Children at the Border."
Other published Work:
Yanna Krupnikov and Elizabeth C. Connors. 2018. “Negative Campaigns: Are They Good for American Democracy?” in
New Directions in Media and Politics, 2nd Edition,
Ridout, ed. Routledge.
Elizabeth C. Connors, Samara Klar, and Yanna Krupnikov. 2016.
"There May Have Been Shy Trump Supporters After All."
The Washington Post.