Sides, John, Christopher Tausanovitch, and Lynn Vavreck. 2020. “The Politics of COVID-19: Partisan Polarization about the Pandemic Has Increased, but Support for Health Care Reform Hasn’t Moved at All,” Harvard Data Science Review, COVID Special Issue. 

 

Warshaw, Christopher, Lynn Vavreck, and Ryan Baxter-King. 2020. “Fatalities from COVID-19 are Reducing Americans’ Support for Republicans at Every Level of Federal Office,” Science Advances, Vol 6, No. 44.

 

Alexander Coppock, Seth J. Hill, and Lynn Vavreck. 2020. “The Small Effects of Political Advertising are Small Regardless of Context, Message, Sender, or Receiver: Evidence from 59 Real-time Randomized Experiments, “ Science Advances Vol 6, No. 36. 

Sides, John, Chris Tausanovitch, Chris Warshaw, and Lynn Vavreck. 2018. “On the Representativeness of  Primary Voters.” British Journal of Political Science, March: 1-9.


Sides, John, Michael Tesler, and Lynn Vavreck. 2018. Identity Crisis: The 2016 Presidential Election &

the Battle for the Meaning of America, Princeton University Press.
 

Sides, John, Michael Tesler, and Lynn Vavreck. 2018. "Hunting Where the Ducks Are: Activating Support for Donald Trump in the 2016 Republican Primary," Journal of Elections, Public Opinion, and Parties, 28(2), p. 135-156. 

Sides, John, Michael Tesler, and Lynn Vavreck. 2017. “How Trump Lost and Won,” Journal of Democracy, 28(2), April, p.34-45

Sides, John, Michael Tesler, and Lynn Vavreck. 2016. “The Electoral Landscape of 2016,” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 667, p. 50-71.

 

Gooch, Andrew A. and Lynn Vavreck. 2016. “How Face-to-Face Interviews and Cognitive Skill affect Item Non-Response: A Randomized Experiment Assigning Mode of Interview,” Political Science Research and Methods, 13 June, 1-20.

Paluck, Elizabeth Levy, Paul Lagunes, Donald P. Green, Lynn Vavreck, Limor Peer, and Robin Gomila. 2015. “Does Product Placement Change Television Viewers’ Social Behavior,”  PLOS ONE (September).

 

Masket, Seth, John Sides, and Lynn Vavreck. 2014. “The Ground Game in 2012: Obama v. Romney,” Political Communication 32.

 

Vavreck, Lynn. 2014. “Want a Better Forecast? Measure the Campaign not just the Economy,”  PS: Political Science & Politics, April. 

 

LaCour, Michael and Lynn Vavreck. 2014. “Improving Media Measurement: Evidence from the Field,” Political Communication 31(3). 

 

Enos, Ryan D., Fowler, Anthony, and Lynn Vavreck. 2014. “Increasing Inequality: The Effect of GOTV Mobilization on the Composition of the Electorate,”  Journal of Politics, January.

 

Geer, John and Lynn Vavreck. 2014. “The Repositioning of Candidates through Negativity,” Political Communication, 31(2). 

 

Sides, John and Lynn Vavreck. 2013. The Gamble: Choice and Chance in the 2012 Presidential Election, Princeton University Press: Princeton, NJ.

 

Hill, Seth J., James Lo, John R. Zaller, and Lynn Vavreck. 2013. “How Quickly We  Forget: The Duration of Persuasion Effects from Mass Communication,” Political Communication 30(4).

 

Trager, Robert F. and Lynn Vavreck. 2011. “The Political Costs of Crisis  Bargaining: Presidential Rhetoric and the Role of Party,”  American Journal of Political Science, June.

 

Jackman, Simon and Lynn Vavreck. 2010. “Primary Politics: Race, Gender, & Age in the 2008 Democratic Primary,”  Journal of Elections, Public Opinion, and Policy 20:2, May, 153-186. 

 

Vavreck, Lynn and Shanto Iyengar. 2011.  “The Future of Political Communication Research:  Online Panels and Experimentation,” in Oxford Handbook of Political Science, Robert Y. Shapiro and Larry Jacobs, eds.  New York: Oxford University Press.  

 

Iyengar, Shanto and Lynn Vavreck. 2011.  “Online Panels and the Future of  Political Communication Research,” in Sage Handbook of Political Communication, Holli Semetko, eds. New York: Sage Publications.

 

Jackman, Simon and Lynn Vavreck. 2011. “Cosmopolitanism,” in Facing the Challenge of Democracy: Explorations in the Analysis of Public Opinion and Political Participation, Paul M. Sniderman and Benjamin Highton, eds. Princeton,  NJ: Princeton University Press. 

 

Vavreck, Lynn. 2009. The Message Matters: The Economy and Presidential Campaigns, Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. 

 

Vavreck, Lynn and Douglas Rivers.  2008.  “The 2006 Cooperative Congressional Election Study,” Journal of Elections, Public Opinion, and Policy, November.

 

Green, Donald P. and Lynn Vavreck.  2008.  “Analysis of Cluster-Randomized Field Experiments: A Comparison of Alternative Estimation Approaches,” Political Analysis, 16: 2, 138-152.

 

Gilens, Martin., Lynn Vavreck, and Marty Cohen. 2007. “See Spot Run:  The Rise of Advertising, the Decline of News, and the American Public’s Perceptions of Presidential Candidates”  Journal of Politics 69: 4, p. 1160.

 

Vavreck, Lynn. 2007. “The Dangers of Self-Reports of Political Behavior”, Quarterly Journal of Political Science 2:287.

 

Fowler, Linda L., Constantine J. Spiliotes and Lynn Vavreck. 2002. “Sheep in Wolves’ Clothing:  Undeclared Voters in New Hampshire’s Open Primary,”  PS:  Political Science and Politics, V XXXVI, No. 2.

 

Vavreck, Lynn, Constantine J. Spiliotes and Linda L. Fowler. 2002. “The Effects of Retail Politics in the New Hampshire Primary,” American Journal of Political Science, 46: 3.  

 

Spiliotes, Constantine J. and Lynn Vavreck. 2002. “Campaign Advertising:  Partisan Convergence or Divergence? Journal of Politics, 64:1, p. 249-261.

 

Vavreck, Lynn. 2001. “The Reasoning Voter Meets the Strategic Candidate:  Signals and Specificity in Campaign Advertising, 1998.” American Politics Research, 29,:5, p. 507-529. 

 

Fowler, Linda L., Constantine J. Spiliotes, and Lynn Vavreck.  2001.  “Group Advocacy in the 2000

New Hampshire Primary,” in PS:  Political Science and Politics, Volume XXXIV, No. 2 (June ), P. 267-275.

 

Bartels, Larry M. and Lynn Vavreck. Eds. 2000. Campaign Reform: Insights and Evidence, Ann Arbor:  University of Michigan Press.  

 

Stevenson, Randolph T. and Lynn Vavreck. 2000. “Does Campaign Length Matter?  Testing for Cross-National Effects,” British Journal of Political Science, 30, p. 217-235. 

 

Fowler, Linda L., Constantine J. Spiliotes and Lynn Vavreck. 2002.  “Interest Group Advocacy in the New Hampshire Primary,” in The Interest Group Connection:  Electioneering, Lobbying and Policymaking in Washington, Paul Herrnson, Ronald G. Shaiko and Clyde Wilcox, Editors.  New York: Chatham House Publishers.  

 

Vavreck, Lynn. 2001.  “Voter Uncertainty and Candidate Contact:  New  Influences on Voting Behavior,” in New Agendas: Communication and U.S. Elections, Rod Hart and Daron Shaw, Editors.  New York: Rowman and Littlefied.

 

Vavreck, Lynn. 2000. “How Does it All ‘Turnout’?  Exposure to Attack Advertising, Campaign Interest, and Participation in American Presidential Campaigns,” in Campaign Reform: Insights and Evidence, Larry M. Bartels and Lynn Vavreck, eds. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.  

 

Fowler, Linda L., Constantine J. Spiliotes, and Lynn Vavreck. 2000. “The Role of Issue Advocacy Groups in the New Hampshire Primary,” Getting Inside the Outside Campaign:  Issue Advocacy in the 2000 Presidential Primaries, David Magleby, Editor.  Utah:  Brigham Young University.

 

Fowler, Linda L., Constantine J. Spiliotes, and Lynn Vavreck. 2001. “The Role of Issue Advocacy Groups in the New Hampshire Primary,” in PS:  Political Science and Politics, e-symposium “Outside Money in the 2000 Presidential Primaries, David Magleby, editor.  Volume XXXIV, No.2.