Paul Franz Testa
Paul Franz Testa
Assistant Professor of Political Science, Brown University
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Orientations toward conflict and the conditional effects of political disagreement
PF Testa, MV Hibbing, M Ritchie
The Journal of Politics 76 (3), 770-785, 2014
372014
What gets rewarded? Legislative activity and constituency approval
T Sulkin, P Testa, K Usry
Political Research Quarterly 68 (4), 690-702, 2015
272015
The vicarious bases of perceived injustice
JJ Mondak, J Hurwitz, M Peffley, P Testa
American Journal of Political Science 61 (4), 804-819, 2017
132017
Using field experiments to understand information as an antidote to corruption
MS Winters, P Testa, MM Fredrickson
New advances in experimental research on corruption, 2012
122012
Better Government, Better Science: The Promise of and Challenges Facing the Evidence-Informed Policy Movement
J Bowers, PF Testa
Annual Review of Political Science 22, 521-542, 2019
102019
Seeing is Believing: How video of police action affects criminal justice beliefs
P Testa, BJ Dietrich
annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, San Francisco, CA, 2017
52017
The politics of race and the criminal justice system
PF Testa
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2016
22016
The Shape of Political Participation
J Bowers, P Testa
University of Illinois. Working Paper, 2012
12012
Who Stays at Home? The Politics of Social Distancing in Brazil, Mexico, and the United States during the COVID-19 Pandemic
PF Testa, R Snyder, E Rios, E Moncada, A Giraudy, C Bennouna
Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, 2021
2021
In Party We Trust? Voter Support for Party-Backed Candidates in Primary Elections
C Manento, PF Testa
Political Behavior, 1-24, 2021
2021
Public Preferences for New Information on Opioids
PF Testa, SL Moffitt, M Schenk
Journal of health politics, policy and law 45 (2), 311-339, 2020
2020
Pre-Analysis Plan for: Just the facts? How Self-Selection Conditions Efforts to Correct Misinformation about Immigration
P Testa
2019
Question 2: Non-parametric Adjustment of an Observational Study
J Bowers, P Testa
2014
Messengers Matter: Why Advancing Gender Equity Requires Male Allies
T Williams, PF Testa, K Britzman, MV Hibbing
PS: Political Science & Politics, 1-2, 0
Getting the Message? Choice, Self-Selection, and the Efficacy of Social Movement Arguments
PF Testa, T Williams, K Britzman, MV Hibbing
Journal of Experimental Political Science, 1-14, 0
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