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
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
Politics at the checkout line: Explaining political consumerism in the United States
BJ Newman, BL Bartels
Political Research Quarterly 64 (4), 803-817, 2011
The constraining capacity of legal doctrine on the US Supreme Court
BL Bartels
American Political Science Review 103 (3), 474-495, 2009
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
Explaining processes of institutional opinion leadership
BL Bartels, DC Mutz
The Journal of Politics 71 (1), 249-261, 2009
Sensationalism and sobriety differential media exposure and attitudes toward American courts
CD Johnston, BL Bartels
Public Opinion Quarterly 74 (2), 260-285, 2010
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
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
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
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
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
Top-down and bottom-up models of judicial reasoning
BL Bartels
The psychology of judicial decision making, 41-56, 2010
Ambivalence toward American political institutions
KM McGraw, B Bartels
Ambivalence and the structure of political opinion, 105-126, 2005
Ideology, the Affordable Care Act Ruling, and Supreme Court Legitimacy
CD Johnston, DS Hillygus, BL Bartels
Public Opinion Quarterly 78 (4), 963-973, 2014
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
Heterogeneity in Supreme Court decision-making: How case-level factors alter preference-based behavior
BL Bartels
Political Methodology Summer Conference, 2005
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
On being a lone dissenter
D Granberg, B Bartels
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 35 (9), 1849-1858, 2005
The sources and consequences of polarization in the US Supreme Court
BL Bartels
American Gridlock: The Sources, Character, and Impact of Political …, 2015
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