Jared McDonald
Jared McDonald
Postdoctoral Research Fellow
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Avoiding the Hypothetical: Why “Mirror Experiments” are an Essential Part of Survey Research
J McDonald
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 32 (2), 266-283, 2020
102020
Teflon Don or politics as usual? an examination of foreign policy Flip-Flops in the age of Trump
J McDonald, SE Croco, C Turitto
The Journal of Politics 81 (2), 757-766, 2019
102019
Using self-prophecy to combat vote overreporting on public opinion surveys
JA McDonald, ZA Scott, MJ Hanmer
Electoral Studies 50, 137-141, 2017
82017
At What Cost? Reexamining Audience Costs in Realistic Settings
SE Croco, MJ Hanmer, JA McDonald
The Journal of Politics 83 (1), 000-000, 2021
42021
Making them pay: Using the norm of honesty to generate costs for political lies
SE Croco, J McDonald, C Turitto
Electoral Studies 69, 102250, 2021
32021
“An inherited money dude from Queens county”: How unseen candidate characteristics affect voter perceptions
J McDonald, D Karol, L Mason
Political Behavior 42 (3), 915-938, 2020
32020
The Power of the State: How Postcards from the State Increased Registration and Turnout in Pennsylvania
LA Bryant, MJ Hanmer, AC Safarpour, J McDonald
Political Behavior, 1-15, 2020
22020
Who are the Democrats that Voted for Hogan?
J McDonald
Center for American Politics and Citizenship (CAPC), University of Maryland …, 2015
22015
Rule formalization, gender, and gender congruence: examining prosocial rule breaking for internal and external stakeholders
J Piatak, Z Mohr, J McDonald
International Public Management Journal, 1-19, 2020
12020
Gen Z, Gender, and COVID-19
M Deckman, J McDonald, S Rouse, M Kromer
Politics & Gender 16 (4), 1019-1027, 2020
12020
A Field Experiment to Examine States’ Efforts to Increase Registration & Turnout
LA Bryant, MJ Hanmer, JA McDonald, A Safarpour
Working paper, 2018
12018
Who Cares? Explaining Perceptions of Compassion in Candidates for Office
J McDonald
Political Behavior, 1-24, 2020
2020
Understanding and Confronting Barriers to Youth Voting in America
J McDonald, M Hanmer
2019
Empathy and Electoral Accountability
J McDonald
2019
Making them Pay: Using the Norm of Honesty to Generate Costs for Political Lies Sarah E. Croco Associate Professor University of Maryland, College Park
J McDonald, C Turitto
The Costs of Conflict and Support for the Use of Force: Accounting for Information Equivalence in Survey Experiments
J McDonald, JI Walsh
Journal of Experimental Political Science, 1-8, 0
Who Cares? Investigating How Voters Perceive Empathy in Candidates for Office
J McDonald
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