Jon Green
Jon Green
Assistant professor, Duke University
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Elusive consensus: Polarization in elite communication on the COVID-19 pandemic
J Green, J Edgerton, D Naftel, K Shoub, S Cranmer
Science Advances, 2020
Prevalence and correlates of long COVID symptoms among US adults
RH Perlis, M Santillana, K Ognyanova, A Safarpour, KL Trujillo, ...
JAMA network open 5 (10), e2238804-e2238804, 2022
The differential effects of economic conditions and racial attitudes in the election of Donald Trump
J Green, S McElwee
Perspectives on Politics 17 (2), 358-379, 2019
Users choose to engage with more partisan news than they are exposed to on Google Search
RE Robertson, J Green, D Ruck, K Ognyanova, C Wilson, D Lazer
Nature, 2023
It Takes a Motive: Communal and Agentic Articulated Interest and Candidate Emergence
M Conroy, J Green
Political Research Quarterly, 2020
Association of Major Depressive Symptoms With Endorsement of COVID-19 Vaccine Misinformation Among US Adults
RH Perlis, K Ognyanova, M Santillana, J Lin, J Druckman, D Lazer, ...
JAMA Network Open 5 (1), e2145697-e2145697, 2022
Online Engagement with 2020 Election Misinformation and Turnout in the 2021 Georgia Runoff Election
J Green, W Hobbs, S McCabe, D Lazer
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (34), e2115900119, 2022
Association between social media use and self-reported symptoms of depression in US adults
RH Perlis, J Green, M Simonson, K Ognyanova, M Santillana, J Lin, ...
JAMA network open 4 (11), e2136113-e2136113, 2021
Persistence of symptoms up to 10 months following acute COVID-19 illness
RH Perlis, J Green, M Santillana, D Lazer, K Ognyanova, M Simonson, ...
MedRxiv, 2021.03. 07.21253072, 2021
(Mis) alignment Between Stance Expressed in Social Media Data and Public Opinion Surveys
K Joseph, S Shugars, R Gallagher, J Green, AQ Mathé, Z An, D Lazer
arXiv preprint arXiv:2109.01762, 2021
The need for a translational science of democracy
MA Neblo, W Minozzi, KM Esterling, J Green, J Kingzette, DMJ Lazer
Science 355 (6328), 914-915, 2017
Higher education responses to COVID-19 in the United States: Evidence for the impacts of university policy
B Klein, N Generous, M Chinazzi, Z Bhadricha, R Gunashekar, P Kori, ...
PLOS Digital Health 1 (6), e0000065, 2022
Factors associated with self-reported symptoms of depression among adults with and without a previous COVID-19 diagnosis
RH Perlis, M Santillana, K Ognyanova, J Green, J Druckman, D Lazer, ...
JAMA network open 4 (6), e2116612-e2116612, 2021
Using general messages to persuade on a politicized scientific issue
J Green, JN Druckman, MA Baum, D Lazer, K Ognyanova, MD Simonson, ...
British Journal of Political Science 53 (2), 698-706, 2023
Comparison of post-COVID depression and major depressive disorder
RH Perlis, M Santillana, K Ognyanova, J Green, JN Druckman, D Lazer, ...
medRxiv, 2021
Misinformation, Trust, and Use of Ivermectin and Hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19
RH Perlis, KL Trujillo, J Green, A Safarpour, JN Druckman, M Santillana, ...
JAMA Health Forum 4 (9), e233257-e233257, 2023
Prevalence of firearm ownership among individuals with major depressive symptoms
RH Perlis, MD Simonson, J Green, J Lin, A Safarpour, KL Trujillo, ...
JAMA network open 5 (3), e223245-e223245, 2022
Gender‐specificity of resilience in major depressive disorder
RH Perlis, K Ognyanova, A Quintana, J Green, M Santillana, J Lin, ...
Depression and anxiety 38 (10), 1026-1033, 2021
Depressive Symptoms and Conspiracy Beliefs
J Green, JN Druckman, MA Baum, D Lazer, K Ognyanova, RH Perlis
Applied Cognitive Psychology, 2022
Floating policy voters in the 2016 US presidential election
J Green
Electoral Studies 67, 102028, 2020
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