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Stephen A  Jessee
Stephen A Jessee
Associate Professor of Government, University of Texas at Austin
Verified email at utexas.edu - Homepage
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Spatial voting in the 2004 presidential election
SA Jessee
American Political Science Review 103 (1), 59-81, 2009
3502009
Partisan bias, political information and spatial voting in the 2008 presidential election
SA Jessee
The Journal of Politics 72 (2), 327-340, 2010
1672010
Ideology and spatial voting in American elections
SA Jessee
Cambridge University Press, 2012
1402012
Are Congressional Leaders Middlepersons or Extremists? Yes
S Jessee, N Malhotra
Legislative Studies Quarterly 35 (3), 361-392, 2010
432010
(How) can we estimate the ideology of citizens and political elites on the same scale?
S Jessee
American Journal of Political Science 60 (4), 1108-1124, 2016
332016
Ideological proximity and support for the Supreme Court
N Malhotra, SA Jessee
Political Behavior 36 (4), 817-846, 2014
332014
“Don’t know” responses, personality, and the measurement of political knowledge
SA Jessee
Political Science Research and Methods 5 (4), 711-731, 2017
282017
The two faces of congressional roll-call voting
SA Jessee, SM Theriault
Party Politics 20 (6), 836-848, 2014
262014
Public (mis) perceptions of Supreme Court ideology: A method for directly comparing citizens and justices
S Jessee, N Malhotra
Public Opinion Quarterly 77 (2), 619-634, 2013
252013
Voter ideology and candidate positioning in the 2008 presidential election
SA Jessee
American Politics Research 38 (2), 195-210, 2010
162010
Modeling spending preferences & public policy
JA Branham, SA Jessee
Electoral Studies 49, 155-172, 2017
92017
Estimating individuals’ political perceptions while adjusting for differential item functioning
SA Jessee
Political Analysis 29 (1), 1-18, 2021
42021
What Can We Learn About the Ideology of the Newest Supreme Court Justices?
SA Jessee, AM Tahk
PS: Political Science & Politics 44 (3), 524-529, 2011
42011
Demographic moderation of spatial voting in presidential elections
L Dun, S Jessee
American Politics Research 48 (6), 750-762, 2020
22020
estimating Ideology from Issue Beliefs: a hierarchical Model of State voter distributions
S Jessee
annual meeting of the american Political Science association, washington, dC, 2005
12005
Education and Social Capital
B Apfeld, E Coman, J Gerring, S Jessee
Journal of Experimental Political Science, 1-27, 2021
2021
A Maxdiff Analysis of Voter Preferences in the 2008 Presidential Primary
S Jessee, D Rivers
APSA 2010 Annual Meeting Paper, 2010
2010
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