Brandon L. Bartels
Brandon L. Bartels
Associate Professor of Political Science, George Washington University
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Beyond "Fixed versus Random Effects": A Framework for Improving Substantive and Statistical Analysis of Panel, Time-Series Cross-Sectional, and Multilevel Data
BL Bartels
Quantitative Research in Political Science, ed. Robert J. Franzese, 2015
238*2015
On the ideological foundations of Supreme Court legitimacy in the American public
BL Bartels, CD Johnston
American Journal of Political Science 57 (1), 184-199, 2013
2232013
Politics at the checkout line: Explaining political consumerism in the United States
BJ Newman, BL Bartels
Political Research Quarterly 64 (4), 803-817, 2011
1782011
The constraining capacity of legal doctrine on the US Supreme Court
BL Bartels
American Political Science Review 103 (3), 474-495, 2009
1282009
Sounding the fire alarm: The role of interest groups in the lower federal court confirmation process
N Scherer, BL Bartels, A Steigerwalt
The Journal of Politics 70 (4), 1026-1039, 2008
902008
Explaining processes of institutional opinion leadership
BL Bartels, DC Mutz
The Journal of Politics 71 (1), 249-261, 2009
702009
Sensationalism and sobriety differential media exposure and attitudes toward American courts
CD Johnston, BL Bartels
Public Opinion Quarterly 74 (2), 260-285, 2010
642010
Political justice? Perceptions of politicization and public preferences toward the Supreme Court appointment process
BL Bartels, CD Johnston
Public Opinion Quarterly 76 (1), 105-116, 2012
462012
The Incidence and Timing of PAC Contributions to Incumbent US House Members, 1993‐94
JM Box‐Steffensmeier, PM Radcliffe, BL Bartels
Legislative Studies Quarterly 30 (4), 549-579, 2005
432005
Choices in context: How case-level factors influence the magnitude of ideological voting on the US Supreme Court
BL Bartels
American Politics Research 39 (1), 142-175, 2011
422011
Public opinion, policy tools, and the status quo: evidence from a survey experiment
J Haselswerdt, BL Bartels
Political research quarterly 68 (3), 607-621, 2015
362015
The dynamic properties of individual-level party identification in the United States
BL Bartels, JM Box-Steffensmeier, CD Smidt, RM Smith
Electoral Studies 30 (1), 210-222, 2011
342011
Top-down and bottom-up models of judicial reasoning
BL Bartels
The psychology of judicial decision making, 41-56, 2010
312010
Ambivalence toward American political institutions
KM McGraw, B Bartels
Ambivalence and the structure of political opinion, 105-126, 2005
312005
Ideology, the Affordable Care Act Ruling, and Supreme Court Legitimacy
CD Johnston, DS Hillygus, BL Bartels
Public Opinion Quarterly 78 (4), 963-973, 2014
292014
Lawyers' Perceptions of the US Supreme Court: Is the Court a “Political” Institution?
BL Bartels, CD Johnston, A Mark
Law & Society Review 49 (3), 761-794, 2015
272015
Heterogeneity in Supreme Court decision-making: How case-level factors alter preference-based behavior
BL Bartels
Political Methodology Summer Conference, 2005
252005
The Nature of Legal Change on the US Supreme Court: Jurisprudential Regimes Theory and Its Alternatives
BL Bartels, AJ O'Geen
American Journal of Political Science 59 (4), 880-895, 2015
162015
On being a lone dissenter
D Granberg, B Bartels
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 35 (9), 1849-1858, 2005
122005
The sources and consequences of polarization in the US Supreme Court
BL Bartels
American Gridlock: The Sources, Character, and Impact of Political …, 2015
112015
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