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David E. Broockman
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Durably reducing transphobia: A field experiment on door-to-door canvassing
D Broockman, J Kalla
Science 352 (6282), 220-224, 2016
7282016
Do politicians racially discriminate against constituents? A field experiment on state legislators
DM Butler, DE Broockman
American Journal of Political Science 55 (3), 463-477, 2011
6562011
Campaign contributions facilitate access to congressional officials: A randomized field experiment
JL Kalla, DE Broockman
American Journal of Political Science 60 (3), 545-558, 2016
4392016
The minimal persuasive effects of campaign contact in general elections: Evidence from 49 field experiments
JL Kalla, DE Broockman
American Political Science Review 112 (1), 148-166, 2018
4362018
Bias in perceptions of public opinion among political elites
DE Broockman, C Skovron
American Political Science Review 112 (3), 542-563, 2018
418*2018
Black Politicians Are More Intrinsically Motivated To Advance Blacks’ Interests: A Field Experiment Manipulating Political Incentives
DE Broockman
American Journal of Political Science, 2013
3742013
The causal effects of elite position‐taking on voter attitudes: Field experiments with elite communication
DE Broockman, DM Butler
American Journal of Political Science 61 (1), 208-221, 2017
3062017
Reducing exclusionary attitudes through interpersonal conversation: Evidence from three field experiments
JL Kalla, DE Broockman
American Political Science Review 114 (2), 410-425, 2020
2272020
Distorted Communication, Unequal Representation: Constituents Communicate Less to Representatives Not of Their Race
D Broockman
American Journal of Political Science, 2014
221*2014
Approaches to studying policy representation
DE Broockman
Legislative Studies Quarterly 41 (1), 181-215, 2016
2152016
Do female politicians empower women to vote or run for office? A regression discontinuity approach
DE Broockman
Electoral Studies 34, 190-204, 2014
1872014
Do Online Advertisements Increase Political Candidates' Name Recognition or Favorability? Evidence from Randomized Field Experiments
DE Broockman, DP Green
Political Behavior, 2012
1512012
Predispositions and the political behavior of American economic elites: Evidence from technology entrepreneurs
DE Broockman, G Ferenstein, N Malhotra
American Journal of Political Science 63 (1), 212-233, 2019
123*2019
Does affective polarization undermine democratic norms or accountability? Maybe not
DE Broockman, JL Kalla, SJ Westwood
American Journal of Political Science 67 (3), 808-828, 2023
1222023
Do congressional candidates have reverse coattails? Evidence from a regression discontinuity design
DE Broockman
Political Analysis 17 (4), 418-434, 2009
1082009
The delegate paradox: Why polarized politicians can represent citizens best
DJ Ahler, DE Broockman
The Journal of Politics 80 (4), 1117-1133, 2018
106*2018
The design of field experiments with survey outcomes: A framework for selecting more efficient, robust, and ethical designs
DE Broockman, JL Kalla, JS Sekhon
Political Analysis 25 (4), 435-464, 2017
942017
Consuming cross-cutting media causes learning and moderates attitudes: A field experiment with Fox News viewers
D Broockman, J Kalla
OSF Preprints. April 1, 2022
88*2022
Irregularities in LaCour (2014)
D Broockman, J Kalla, P Aronow
822015
Which narrative strategies durably reduce prejudice? Evidence from field and survey experiments supporting the efficacy of perspective‐getting
JL Kalla, DE Broockman
American Journal of Political Science 67 (1), 185-204, 2023
732023
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