Croco, Sarah, Michael Hanmer, and Jared McDonald. “At What Cost? Reexamining Audience Costs in Realistic Settings.” (Online in The Journal of Politics).

Piatak, Jaclyn, Zachary Mohr, and Jared McDonald. “Rule Formalization and Gender Congruence: Examining Prosocial Rule Breaking for Internal and External Stakeholders.” (Online in the International Public Management Journal)

Croco, Sarah, Jared McDonald, and Candace Turitto. 2021. “Making them Pay: Using the Norm of Honesty to Generate Costs for Political Lies.” 69: 1-12.

McDonald, Jared and James Igoe Walsh. 2020. “The Costs of Conflict and Support for the Use of Force: Accounting for Information Equivalence in Survey Experiments.” (Online in the Journal of Experimental Political Science).

Deckman, Melissa, Jared McDonald, Stella Rouse, and Mileah Kromer. 2020. “Gen Z, Gender, and COVID-19.” (Online in Gender and Politics)

Bryant, Lisa, Michael Hanmer, Alauna Safarpour and Jared McDonald. 2020. “The Power of the State: How Postcards from the State Increased Registration and Turnout in Pennsylvania.” (Online at Political Behavior).

McDonald, Jared. 2020. “Who Cares? Exploring Candidate Compassion in the Eyes of Voters.” (Online at Political Behavior).

McDonald, Jared, David Karol, and Lilliana Mason. 2020. “‘An Inherited Money Dude from Queens County’: How Unseen Candidate Characteristics Affect Voter Perceptions.” Political Behavior, 42(3): 915-938.

McDonald, Jared. 2020. “Avoiding the Hypothetical: Why ‘Mirror Experiments’ are an Essential Part of Survey Research.” International Journal of Public Opinion Research 32(2): 266-283.

McDonald, Jared, Sarah Croco, and Candace Turitto. 2019. “Teflon Don? Or Politics as Usual? An Examination of Foreign Policy Flip-Flops in the Age of Trump.” The Journal of Politics 81(2): 757-766.

McDonald, Jared, Zachary Scott, and Michael Hanmer. 2017. “Using Self-Prophecy to Combat Vote Overreporting on Public Opinion Surveys.” Electoral Studies 50: 137-141.

Research in the News

“A Gen Z awakening at the ballot box” (with Melissa Deckman, Mileah Kromer, and Anne Moses). The Hill. June 25, 2020.

“Here’s another way Trump is different: Flip-flopping doesn’t affect his public approval” (with Sarah Croco and Candace Turitto). Washington Post. March 12, 2019.

“Many Voters Think Trump’s a Self-Made Man. What Happens When You Tell Them Otherwise?” (with David Karol and Lilliana Mason). Politico. January 17, 2019.

“The New York Times revealed how Fred Trump funneled $413 million to his son Donald. Will that change American opinion?” (with David Karol and Lilliana Mason). Washington Post. October 4, 2018.

“Honesty first: how to make politicians pay for lying” (with Candace Turitto and Sarah Croco). Vox. July 2, 2018.

“Trump’s supporters don’t care about his flip-flop on Syria. We checked” (with Sarah Croco). Washington Post. May 3, 2017.

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