Publications

Knox, Dean and Christopher Lucas. "A Dynamic Model of Speech for the Social Sciences." Conditionally accepted at the American Political Science Review.
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Citations: 11

Mehr, Samuel, Manvir Singh, Dean Knox, Daniel Ketter, Daniel Pickens-Jones, Stephanie Atwood, Christopher Lucas, Alena Egner, Nori Jacoby, Erin J Hopkins, Rhea M Howard, Joshua Hartshorne, Mariela Jennings, Jan Simson, Constance Bainbridge, Steven Pinker, Timothy J O'Donnell, Max Krasnow, and Luke Glowacki. "A Natural History of Song." Science (2019).
Citations: 52
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White, Ariel, Anton Strezhnev, Christopher Lucas, Dominika Kruszewska, and Connor Huff. "Investigator Characteristics and Respondent Behavior in Online Surveys." Journal of Experimental Political Science (2018).
Citations: 17
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King, Gary, Christopher Lucas, and Richard Nielsen. "The Balance-Sample Size Frontier in Matching Methods for Causal Inference." American Journal of Political Science (2017).
Citations: 76
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Lucas, Christopher, Richard Nielsen, Margaret E. Roberts, Brandon M. Stewart, Alex Storer, and Dustin Tingley. "Computer assisted text analysis for comparative politics." Political Analysis (2015).
Citations: 317
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Charnysh, Volha, Christopher Lucas, and Prerna Singh. "The Ties that Bind: National Identity Salience and Pro-Social Behavior Toward the Ethnic Other." Comparative Political Studies (2015).
Citations: 75
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Roberts, Margaret E., Brandon M. Stewart, Dustin Tingley, Christopher Lucas, Jetson Leder-Luis, Shana Gadarian, Bethany Albertson, and David Rand. "Structural topic models for open-ended survey responses." American Journal of Political Science (2014).
Citations: 753
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Working

Larreguy, Horacio, Christopher Lucas, John Marshall, and Zara Riaz. "Don't Read All About It: Drug Trafficking Organizations and Media Reporting of Violence in Mexico." Submitted.

Barari, Soubhik, Christopher Lucas, and Kevin Munger. "Political Deepfake Videos Misinform the Public, But No More than Other Fake Media." Submitted.

Publications - Christopher Lucas