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Scott Clifford
Scott Clifford
Associate Professor, Texas A&M University
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Are samples drawn from Mechanical Turk valid for research on political ideology?
S Clifford, RM Jewell, PD Waggoner
Research & Politics 2 (4), 2053168015622072, 2015
8322015
The shape of and solutions to the MTurk quality crisis
R Kennedy, S Clifford, T Burleigh, PD Waggoner, R Jewell, NJG Winter
Political Science Research and Methods 8 (4), 614-629, 2020
6782020
Validity and Mechanical Turk: An assessment of exclusion methods and interactive experiments
KA Thomas, S Clifford
Computers in Human Behavior 77, 184-197, 2017
6752017
Moral Foundations Vignettes: A Standardized Stimulus Database of Scenarios Based on Moral Foundations Theory
S Clifford, V Iyengar, R Cabeza, W Sinnott-Armstrong
Behavior Research Methods 47 (4), 1178–1198, 2015
4532015
Is there a cost to convenience? An experimental comparison of data quality in laboratory and online studies
S Clifford, J Jerit
Journal of Experimental Political Science 1 (2), 120-131, 2014
2732014
How Words Do the Work of Politics: Moral Foundations Theory and the Debate over Stem Cell Research
S Clifford, J Jerit
Journal of Politics 75 (3), 659-671, 2013
2442013
How empathic concern fuels political polarization
EN Simas, S Clifford, JH Kirkland
American Political Science Review 114 (1), 258-269, 2020
1732020
Increasing precision without altering treatment effects: Repeated measures designs in survey experiments
S Clifford, G Sheagley, S Piston
American Political Science Review 115 (3), 1048-1065, 2021
164*2021
Detecting fraud in online surveys by tracing, scoring, and visualizing IP addresses
PD Waggoner, R Kennedy, S Clifford
Journal of Open Source Software 4 (37), 1285, 2019
150*2019
Cheating on political knowledge questions in online surveys: An assessment of the problem and solutions
S Clifford, J Jerit
Public Opinion Quarterly 80 (4), 858-887, 2016
1402016
How Disgust Influences Health Purity Attitudes
S Clifford, DG Wendell
Political Behavior 38 (1), 155–178, 2016
1222016
Do attempts to improve respondent attention increase social desirability bias?
S Clifford, J Jerit
Public Opinion Quarterly 79 (3), 790-802, 2015
1162015
How emotional frames moralize and polarize political attitudes
S Clifford
Political psychology 40 (1), 75-91, 2019
1072019
Explaining public support for counterproductive homelessness policy: The role of disgust
S Clifford, S Piston
Political Behavior 39, 503-525, 2017
1052017
Moral concerns and policy attitudes: Investigating the influence of elite rhetoric
S Clifford, J Jerit, C Rainey, M Motyl
Political Communication 32 (2), 229-248, 2015
982015
Comparing Contemporaneous Laboratory and Field Experiments on Media Effects
J Jerit, J Barabas, S Clifford
Public Opinion Quarterly 77 (1), 256-282, 2012
842012
Individual differences in group loyalty predict partisan strength
S Clifford
Political Behavior 39 (3), 531-552, 2017
682017
Disgust, anxiety, and political learning in the face of threat
S Clifford, J Jerit
American Journal of Political Science 62 (2), 266-279, 2018
662018
Linking Issue Stances and Trait Inferences: A Theory of Moral Exemplification
S Clifford
Journal of Politics 76 (3), 698-710, 2013
592013
Trust me, I believe in God: Candidate religiousness as a signal of trustworthiness
S Clifford, B Gaskins
American Politics Research 44 (6), 1066-1097, 2016
492016
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