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John Barry Ryan
John Barry Ryan
Assistant Professor Political Science, Stony Brook University
Verified email at stonybrook.edu
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Affective polarization, local contexts and public opinion in America
JN Druckman, S Klar, Y Krupnikov, M Levendusky, JB Ryan
Nature human behaviour 5 (1), 28-38, 2021
2012021
Affective polarization or partisan disdain? Untangling a dislike for the opposing party from a dislike of partisanship
S Klar, Y Krupnikov, JB Ryan
Public Opinion Quarterly 82 (2), 379-390, 2018
1332018
Social networks as a shortcut to correct voting
JB Ryan
American Journal of Political Science 55 (4), 753-766, 2011
902011
How affective polarization shapes Americans’ political beliefs: A study of response to the COVID-19 pandemic
JN Druckman, S Klar, Y Krupnikov, M Levendusky, JB Ryan
Journal of Experimental Political Science 8 (3), 223-234, 2021
872021
Using social media to promote academic research: Identifying the benefits of twitter for sharing academic work
S Klar, Y Krupnikov, JB Ryan, K Searles, Y Shmargad
PloS one 15 (4), e0229446, 2020
862020
Experts, activists, and democratic politics: Are electorates self-educating?
TK Ahn, R Huckfeldt, JB Ryan
Cambridge University Press, 2014
66*2014
How affective polarization undermines support for democratic norms
J Kingzette, JN Druckman, S Klar, Y Krupnikov, M Levendusky, JB Ryan
Public Opinion Quarterly 85 (2), 663-677, 2021
642021
Communication, influence, and informational asymmetries among voters
TK Ahn, R Huckfeldt, JB Ryan
Political Psychology 31 (5), 763-787, 2010
582010
Nothing to hide, nowhere to run, or nothing to lose: Candidate position-taking in congressional elections
K Milita, JB Ryan, EN Simas
Political Behavior 36, 427-449, 2014
532014
The effects of network expertise and biases on vote choice
JB Ryan
Political Communication 27 (1), 44-58, 2010
532010
Expertise and bias in political communication networks
TK Ahn, R Huckfeldt, AK Mayer, JB Ryan
American Journal of Political Science 57 (2), 357-373, 2013
51*2013
Accuracy and bias in perceptions of political knowledge
JB Ryan
Political Behavior 33, 335-356, 2011
412011
Amazon mechanical turk workers can provide consistent and economically meaningful data
D Johnson, JB Ryan
Southern Economic Journal 87 (1), 369-385, 2020
332020
(Mis) estimating affective polarization
JN Druckman, S Klar, Y Krupnikov, M Levendusky, JB Ryan
The Journal of Politics 84 (2), 1106-1117, 2022
322022
Social desirability, hidden biases, and support for Hillary Clinton
RL Claassen, JB Ryan
PS: Political Science & Politics 49 (4), 730-735, 2016
282016
The other divide
Y Krupnikov, JB Ryan
Cambridge University Press, 2022
232022
Clear as black and white: The effects of ambiguous rhetoric depend on candidate race
S Piston, Y Krupnikov, JB Ryan, K Milita
The Journal of Politics 80 (2), 662-674, 2018
232018
The effects of ambiguous rhetoric in congressional elections
K Milita, EN Simas, JB Ryan, Y Krupnikov
Electoral Studies 46, 48-63, 2017
232017
How transparency affects survey responses
EC Connors, Y Krupnikov, JB Ryan
Public Opinion Quarterly 83 (S1), 185-209, 2019
222019
Polarization, attribution and communication networks in the 2006 congressional elections
M Buttice, R Huckfeldt, JB Ryan
Fault lines: Why the republicans lost congress, 42-60, 2009
172009
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