Fellows’ Publications

2015-2016 Cohort

Levon Barseghyan, Economics
Barseghyan, Levon, F. Molinari, and J. Teitelbaum. “Inference Under Stability of Risk Preferences,” Quantitative Economics (7) 2:367-409, 2016.

Barseghyan, Levon and M. Battaglini.  “Political Economy of Debt and Growth,” Journal of Monetary Economics, (82) 36-51, 2016.

Barseghyan, Levon and S. Coate. “Property Taxation, Zoning, and Efficiency: in a Dynamic Tiebout Model,” American Economic Journal: Economic Policy (8)3:2, 1-38, 2016.

Barseghyan, Levon and R. DiCecio. “Externalities, Endogenous Productivity, and Poverty Traps,” European Economic Review, (85)112-126, 2016.

Ernesto Bassi, History

Bassi, Ernesto. “Much More than the Half Has Never Been Told: Narrating the Rise of Capitalism from New Granada’s Shores,” The Latin Americanist, 61(4): 529-550, 2017.

Bassi, Ernesto. An Aqueous Territory: Sailor Geographies and New Granada’s Transimperial Greater Caribbean World, Duke University Press, 2017.

Natalie Bazarova, Communication

French, M., and Bazarova, N. N.  “Is Anybody Out There?: Understanding Masspersonal Communication through Expectations for Response Across Social Media Platforms.” Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 22303-319. 2017.

Bazarova, N. N., google thiChoi, Y. H., Whitlock, J., Cosley, D., and Sosik, V. “Psychological Distress and Emotional Expression on Facebook.” Cyberpsychology, Behavior, & Social Networking, 20(3): 157-163. 2017.

Purington, A., Taft, J. G., Sannon, S., Bazarova, N. N., & Taylor, S. H.

Alexa is my New BFF: Social Roles, User Satisfaction, and Personification of the Amazon Echo.” In Proceedings of the 2017 ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI’17). 2017.

Chang, P. F., & Bazarova, N. N. “Managing stigma: Disclosure-Response Communication Patterns in Pro-Anorexic .” Health Communication, 31, 217-229. 2016.

Chang, P.F., Bazarova, N. N., & Whitlock, J. “To respond or not to respond, that is the question: The decision making press of providing social support to distressed posters.” Society for Research on Adolescents Biennial Conference, Baltimore, MD. 2016.

Choi, Y. H., Bazarova, N. N., Whitlock, J., Cosley, D., & Sosik, V. “Psychological distress and emotional expression on Facebook,” Society for Research on Adolescents Biennial Conference. Baltimore, MD. 2016.

Ledbetter, A. M., Taylor, S. H., & Mazer, J. P. “Enjoyment fosters media use frequency and determines its relational outcomes: Toward a synthesis of uses and gratifications theory and media multiplexity theory.” Computers in Human Behavior, 54, 149-157. 2016.

Liao, W., Bazarova, N. N., and Yuan, C. “Expertise judgment and communication accommodation in linguistic styles in computer-mediated and face-to-face groups.” Communication Research. 2016.

Rokito, S., & Bazarova, N. N.”Investigating constant Facebook use among college students.” International Communication Association Conference, Tokyo, Japan. 2016.

Sannon, S., & Bazarova, N. N. “From theory to design: Technological interventions for coping with stress and anxiety,”  Proceedings of the 2016 ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI ’16), San Jose, CA. 2016.

Taylor, S. H. & Bazarova, N. N. “Media multiplexity in romantic relationships: Understanding the relationship between tie strength, relational uncertainty, and media use frequency, Conference of the International Association for Relationship Research. Toronto, ON. 2016.

Taylor, S. H., & Bazarova, N. N. “The interaction between relational uncertainty and media affordances: An investigation of date request messages across different interpersonal media, Conference of the International Association for Relationship Research. Toronto, ON. 2016.

Xu, B., Chang, P., Welker, C., Bazarova, N. N., & Cosley, D.  “Automatic archiving versus default deletion: What Snapchat tells us about ephemerality in design.”  Proceedings of the 2016 ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work, San Francisco, CA. 2016.

Bazarova, N. N.  “Online disclosure.”  In C.R. Berger and M.E. Roloff (Eds.), The International Encyclopedia of Interpersonal Communication. Wiley-Blackwell: Hoboken, NJ. 2015.

Erin York Cornwell, Sociology

York Cornwell, Erin, Emily Taylor Poppe, and Meg Doherty Bea. “Networking in the Shadow of the Law: Informal Access to Legal Expertise through Personal Network Ties.” Law & Society Review, 51:635-668, 2017.

York Cornwell, Erin and Kathleen A. Cagney. “Aging in Activity Space: Results from  Smartphone-Based GPS-Tracking of Urban Seniors.” Journals of Gerontology: Social Sciences, 72: 864-875, 2017.

York Cornwell, Erin and Matthew Hall. “Neighborhood Problems across the Rural-Urban Continuum: Geographic Trends and Racial and Ethnic Disparities.” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 672: 238-256, 2017.

York Cornwell, Erin. “Household Disorder, Network Ties, and Social Support in Later Life,” Journal of Marriage and Family, 78:871-889. 2016.

York Cornwell, Erin and Alex Currit. “Racial and Social Disparities in Bystander Support During Medical Emergencies on US Streets,” American Journal of Public Health, 106(6):1049-1051. 2016.

York Cornwell, Erin and Rachel Behler. “Urbanism, Neighborhood Context, and Social Networks,” City & Community, 14:311-335. 2015

York Cornwell, Erin. “The Trials of Indigent Defense: Type of Counsel and Case Outcomes in Felony Jury Trials,” Albany Law Review, 78(3):101-121. 2015

Eli Friedman, Industrial and Labor Relations

Friedman, Eli. “Teachers’ Work in China’s Migrant Schools.” Modern China, 43(6): 559-589, 2017.

Friedman, Eli and Zhongjin Li. “China on Strike: Narratives of Workers’ Resistance.” Haymarket Press. 2016.

Friedman, Eli and Sarosh Kuruvilla. “Special Issue: Changing Work, Labour and Employment Relations in China.” Human Relations. 68(2). 2015.

Friedman, Eli and Sarosh Kuruvilla. “Experimentation and Decentralization in China’s Labor Relations.” Human Relations. 68(2): 181-­‐ 195. 2015.

Kurt Jordan, Anthropology

Jordan, Kurt. “Markers of Difference or Makers of Difference? Atypical Practices at Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) Satellite Sites, ca. 1650-1700,” Archaeologies of Labor in Plural Sites and Landscapes of the Northeast thematic issue, Historical Archaeology, 52(1): 12-29, 2018.

Jordan, Kurt. “Categories in Motion: Emerging Perspectives in the Archaeology of Postcolumbian Indigenous Communities.” Historical Archaelogy, 2016.

Peregrine A., Gerard-Little, Amanda K. Moutner, Kurt A. Jordan, and Michael B. Rogers. “The Production of Affluence in Central New York: The Archaeology and History of
Geneva’s White Springs Manor, 1806-1951.” Historical Archaeology 50(4): 36-64. 2016.

Adam Levine, Government

Levine, Adam and Mary L. Rigdon.”Gender, Expectations, and the Price of Giving.” Review of Behavioral Economics, 5: 39-59, 2018.

Levine, Adam and Reuben Kline. “A New Approach for Evaluating Climate Change Communication,” Climatic Change, 142: 301-309, 2017.

Levine, Adam, Logan Casey, Jesse Chandler, Dara Strolovitch, and Andrew Proctor. “Intertemporal Differences in MTurk Worker Demographics,” Sage Open, 2017.

Levine, Adam and Cindy D. Kam. “Organizations, Credibility, and the Psychology of Collective Action,” Political Communication, 34: 200-220, 2017.

Levine, Adam and Yanna Krupnikov. “Psyched about Political Participation,” in Casey Klofstad, Resources,Engagement, and Recruitment: New Advances in the Study of Civic Voluntarism, 2016.

Levine, Adam,  American Insecurity, Princeton University Press. 2015.

Levine, Adam and Yanna Krupnikov.  “Citizen Engagement (and Disengagement) in Response to Social Ills,” Presented at the American Political Science Association’s 2015 annual meeting.

Michael Manville, Formerly of City and Regional Planning
Manville, Michael and Benjamin Cummins. “Why Do Voters Support Public Transportation? Public Choices and PrivateBehavior,”   Transportation, 42(2):303-332, 2015.

Jane Mendle, Human Development

Mendle, J., Ryan, R.M., and McKone, K.M.P. “Age at Menarche, Depression, and Antisocial Behavior in Adulthood.” Pediatrics, Advance online publication, 2017. doi: 10.1542/peds.2008-1536

Lodge, David and Jane Mendle. “Why Trump’s Actions are Making Scientists Nervous,” Teen Vogue, February 7, 2017.

Kiesner, J., Mendle, J., Eisenlohr-Moul, T.A., & Pastore, M. “Cyclical Symptom Change Across the MenstrualCycle: Attributional, Affective, and Physical Symptoms,” Clinical Psychological Science, 4, 882-894. doi:10.1177/2167702616635031. 2016.

Kretsch, N., Mendle, J., Cance, J.D., & Harden, K.P. “Peer Group Similarity in Perceptions of Pubertal Timing,” Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 45, 1696-1710. doi 10.1007/s10964-015-0275-3. 2016.

Kretsch, N., Mendle, J., & Harden, K.P. “Pubertal Timing and Peer Influence on Risk-Taking: A Study of Female Adolescent Twins,” Journal of Research on Adolescence, 26, 45-59, 2016. doi: 10.1111/jora.12160

Mendle, J., Moore, S.R., Briley, D., & Harden, K.P. “Puberty, socioeconomic status, and depression in girls: evidence for gene × environment interactions,” Clinical Psychological Science, 4, 3-16. doi: 10.1177/2167702614563598. 2016.

Mendle, J., R. M. Ryan, and K. M. McKone. “Early Childhood Maltreatment and Pubertal Development: Replication in a Population-Based Sample,” Journal of Research on Adolescence. doi: 10.1111/jora.12201 [pdf] 2016.

Mendle, J., Eisenlohr-Moul, T.A., & Kiesner, J. “From menarche to menopause: Women’s reproductive change and risk for psychopathology. An introduction to the special series,” Clinical Psychological Science, 4, 859-866. doi: 10.1177/2167702616650424. 2016.

Moore, S.R., McKone, K.M., & Mendle, J. “Recollections of puberty and disordered eating in young women,” Journal of Adolescence, 53, 180-188. doi.org/10.1016/j.adolescence.2016.10.011. 2016

R. Nathan Spreng, Human Development

Dixon, M.L., De La Vega, A., Mills, C. Andrews-Hanna, J.R., Spreng, R.N., Cole, M., and Christoff, K. “Heterogeneity Within the Frontoparietal Control Network and its Relationship to the Default and Dorsal Attention Networks.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 115(7): E1598–E1607, 2018.

Mar, R.A. and Spreng, R.N. “Episodic Memory Solves Both Social and Nonsocial Problems, and Evolved to Fulfill Many Different Functions.” Behavioral and Brain Sciences [commentary], 41: e20, 2018.

Markello, R., Spreng, R.N., Luh, W.-M., Anderson, A. and DeRosa, E.  “Functional Segregation of the Human Basal Forebrain Using Resting State Functional Connectivity MRI.” NeuroImage, 173: 287–297, 2018.

Spreng, R.N., Lockrow, A.W., DuPre, E., Setton, R., Spreng, K.A.P. and Turner, G.R. “Semanticized Autobiographical Memory and the Default – Executive Coupling Hypothesis of Aging.” Neuropsychologia, 110: 37–43, 2018.

Spreng, R.N., Madore, K.P. and Schacter, D.L. “Better Imagined: Neural Correlates of the Episodic Simulation Boost to Prospective Memory Performance.” Neuropsychologia, 113: 22–28, 2018.

DuPre, E. and Spreng, R.N.  “Structural Covariance Networks Across the Lifespan, from 6 to 94 Years of Age.” Network Neuroscience, 1: 302–323, 2017.

Hill, P.F., Yi., R., Spreng, R.N. and Diana, R.A. “Neural Congruence Between Intertemporal and Interpersonal Decision Making: Evidence from Delay and Social Discounting.” NeuroImage, 162: 186–198, 2017.

Spreng, R.N., Cassidy, B.N., Darboh, B., DuPre, E., Lockrow, A.W., Setton, R. & Turner, G.R. “Financial Exploitation is Associated with Structural and Functional Brain Differences in Healthy Older Adults.” The Journals of Gerontology, Series A: Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences, 72: 1365–1368, 2017.

Sevinc, G., Gutvit, I.H, and Spreng, R.N. “Salience Network Engagement with the Detection of Morally Laden Information.” Social Cognitive & Affective Neuroscience, 12: 1118–1127, 2017.

Laurita, A.C., Hazan, C., and Spreng, R.N. “Dissociable Patterns of Brain Activity for Mentalizing about Known Others: A Role for Attachment.” Social Cognitive & Affective Neuroscience, 12: 1072–1082, 2017.

Chong, M., Bhushan, C., Joshi, A.A., Choi, S.Y., Haldar, J.P., Shattuck, D.W., Spreng, R.N., and  Leahy, R.M. “Individual Parcellation of Resting fMRI with a Group Functional Connectivity Prior.” NeuroImage, 156: 87–100, 2017.

Xu, N., R. Spreng, R.N., and Doerschuk, P.C.  “Initial Validation for the Estimation of Resting-State fMRI Effective Connectivity by a Generalization of the Correlation Approach.” Frontiers in Neuroscience, Brain Imaging Methods, 11: 271, 2017.

Dixon, M.L., Andrews-Hanna, J.R., Spreng, R.N., Irving, Z.C., and Christoff, K. “Anticorrelations Between Default and Dorsal Attention Networks Vary by Default Subsystem and Across Cognitive States.” NeuroImage, 147: 632–649, 2017.

Burrow, A.L. and R. Nathan Spreng. “Waiting with Purpose: A Reliable but Small Association Between Purpose in Life and Impulsivity. “Personality and Individual Differences, 90: 187-189, 2016.

Christoff, K., Irving, Z.C., Fox, K.C.R., Spreng, R.N. & Andrews-Hanna, J.R. Mind-wandering as spontaneous thought: A dynamic framework. Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 17: 718–731. 2016.

De Brigard, F., Giovanello, K.S., Stewart, G.W., †Lockrow, A., O’Brien, M.M. & Spreng, R.N.Characterizing the subjective experience of episodic past, future and counterfactual thinking in healthy young and older adults. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 12, 2358–2375. 2016.

DuPre, E., Luh, W.-M. & Spreng, R.N. Multi-echo fMRI replication sample of autobiographical memory, prospection and theory of mind reasoning tasks. Scientific Data, 3, 160116. 2016.

Risk, B.B., Matteson, D.S., Spreng, R.N. & Ruppert, D. Spatiotemporal mixed modeling of multisubject task fMRI via method of moments. NeuroImage, 142, 280–292. 2016.

Schmitz, T.W., & Spreng, R.N. Basal forebrain degeneration precedes and predicts the cortical spread of Alzheimer’s pathology. Nature Communications, 7, 13249. 2016.

Spreng, R.N., W.D. Stevens, J. Viviano and D.L. Schacter. “Attenuated Anticorrelation Between the Default and Dorsal Attention Networks with Aging: Evidence from Task and Rest,” Neurobiology of Aging, 45, 149-160, 2016.

Spreng, R.N., Karlawish, J. & Marson, D.C. Cognitive, social and neural determinants of diminished decision-making and financial exploitation-risk in aging and dementia: A review and new model. Journal of Elder Abuse & Neglect, 28, 320-344. 2016

Szpunar, K.K., R. N. Spreng, and D.L. Schacter. “Toward a Taxonomy of Future Thinking,” In Michaelian, K., S.B. Klein, and K.K. Szpunar (Eds), Seeing the Future: Theoretical Perspectives on Future-Oriented Mental Time Travel, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 21-35, 2016.

Laura Tach, Policy Analysis and Management

Edin, Kathryn, H. Luke Shaefer, and Laura Tach. “A New Anti-Poverty Litmus Test.” Pathways Magazine (Spring): Bold Visions-Blueprints for Ending Poverty, 2017.

Jacoby, Sara F., Laura Tach, Terry Guerra, Douglas J. Wiebe, and Therese S. Richmond. “The Health Status of Low-Resource and Housing-Unstable Families Living in Violent Neighborhoods.” Health & Social Care in the Community, 25(2): 578-589, 2017.

Kimberlin, Sara, Laura Tach, and Christopher Wimer. “Anti-Poverty Initiatives for the United States: A Renter’s Tax Credit.” Focus, Institute for Research on Poverty. University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2017.

Tach, Laura and Allison Dwyer Emory. “Public Housing Redevelopment, Neighborhood Change, and the Restructuring of Urban Inequality.” American Journal of Sociology, 123(3): 686-739, 2017.

Tach, Laura and Christopher Wimer. “Evaluating Policies to Transform Distressed Urban Neighborhoods.” US Partnership on Mobility from Poverty, 2017.

Tach, Laura and Kathryn Edin. “The Social Safety Net after Welfare Reform: Recent Developments and Consequences for Household Dynamics.” Annual Review of Sociology, 43: 541-561, 2017.

Eads, Alicia and Laura Tach. “Wealth and the Stability of Romantic Relationships.” RSF: Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences 2(6): 197-224. 2016

Hall, Matthew, Laura Tach and Barrett Lee. “Trajectories of Ethnoracial Diversity in American Communities, 1980-2010.” Population and Development Review 42(2): 271-297. 2016.

Tach, Laura, Sara Jacoby, Douglas J. Wiebe, Therese Guerra, and Therese S. Richmond. “The Effect of Microneighborhood Conditions on Adult Educational Attainment in a Subsidized Housing Intervention.” Housing Policy Debate 26(2): 380-397, 2016.

Western, Bruce, Deirdre Bloome, Benjamin Sosnaud, and Laura Tach. “Trends in Income Insecurity among U.S Children, 1984-2010.” Demography 53(2): 419-447. 2016.

Jacoby, Sara, Laura Tach, Terry Guerra, Douglas J. Wiebe, and Therese S. Richmond. “The Health Status and Well-being Single-Parent Families Living in Violent Neighborhoods.” Health & Social Care in the Community: 1-12. 2016

Sarah Halpern-Meekin, Kathryn Edin, Laura Tach, and Jennifer Sykes McLaughlin. It’s Not Like I’m Poor: How Working Families Make Ends Meet in a Post-Welfare World. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press. 2015.

Tach, Laura and Mariana Amorim. “Constrained, Convenient & Symbolic Consumption: Neighborhood Food Environments and Economic Coping Strategies among the Urban Poor.” Journal of Urban Health 92(5): 815-834. 2015.

Tach, Laura and Benjamin Cornwell. “Social Networks and Social Capital: New Directions for a Household Panel Survey.” Journal of Economic and Social Measurement 40: 275-307. 2015.

Tach, Laura and Alicia Eads. “The Economic Consequences of Marital and Cohabitation Dissolution.” Demography 52(2): 401-432. – Media Coverage: NBC News. 2015.

Aronowitz, Robert, Andrew Deener, Danya Keene, Jason Schnittker, and Laura Tach. “Cultural Reflexivity in Health Research and Practice.” American Journal of Public Health 105: 403-408. 2015.

Tach, Laura. “Social Mobility in an Era of Family Instability and Complexity.” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Sciences 657: 83-97. 2015.

Connie Yuan, Communication

Liao, Wang, Bazarova, N. N., and Yuan, Y. C. “Unpacking Medium Effects: Using the Social Relations Model to Study Social Psychological Aspects of Computer-Mediated Communication.” Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 2018.

Li, H., Yuan, Y. C., Bazarova, N. N., and Bell, B.  “Communication Competence Dispersion and Expertise Recognition in Diverse Teams: The Role of Talking Turn Equity and Communication Medium.” Group & Organization Management, 2018. DOI: 10.1177/1059601118756734

Fulk, J., & Yuan, Y. C. (In press). “Theoretical Contributions to the Social Construction Paradigm in Organizational Communication.” In T. Kuhn (Ed.), International Encyclopedia of Organizational Communication., FGSS before this cohrom

Liao, W., MacDonald, P., & Yuan, Y. C. “The Impact of Communication Behaviors on Expertise Recognition in Intercultural Collaboration,” in J. Treem and P. Leonardi (eds.). Expertise, Communication and Organizing. Oxford University Press2016.

Liao, W., Yuan, Y., & McComas, K. A. Communal Risk information sharing: Motivations Behind Voluntary Information Sharing for Reducing Interdependent Risks in a Community. Communication Research, 2016.

Liao, W., McComas, K. A., & Yuan, Y. The Influence of Unrestricted Information  Exchange on Willingness to Share Risk Information with Outsiders. Human Communication Research, 2016.

 

 2012-2013 Cohort

Antonio Bento, Formerly of Applied Economics and Management
Bento, A.M, and R. Klotz. “Climate Policy Decisions Require Policy-Based Lifecycle Analysis.” Environmental Science and Technology, Volume 48(10), 5379-5387, 2014.

Bento, A.M, K. Roth, D. Kaffine, and M. Zaragoza. ““The Unintended Consequences of Regulation in the Presence of Multiple Unpriced Externalities: Evidence from the Transportation Sector.” American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, 6(3), 1-29, 2014.

Bento, A.M., D. Kaffine and J. Hughes. “Carpooling and Driver Responses to Fuel Price Changes: Evidence from Traffic Flows in Los Angeles,” Journal of Urban Economics, 77, 41-56, 2013.

Bento, A.M., S. Lowe and E. Henry. “The Determinants of Credit Allocations in a Market-based Trading System: Evidence from the RECLAIM Program.” The Review of Regional Studies, Volume 43(1), 58-80, 2013.

Bento, A.M. “Equity Impacts of Environmental Policy,” Annual Review of Resource Economics, Volume 5, 2013.

Bento, A.M. “Regional and Local Air Pollution from Stationary Sources,” Encyclopedia of Energy, Natural Resource and Environmental Economics, 2013.

 

Daniel Benjamin, Formerly of Economics
Benjamin, D., S.A. Brown, and J.M. Shapiro. “Who is Behavioral? Cognitive Ability and Anomalous Preferences,” Journal of the European Economics Association, 11(6), 1231–1255, 2013.

Benjamin, D., O. Heffetz, M.S. Kimball, and N. Szembrot. “Aggregating Local Preferences to Guide Marginal Policy Adjustments,” American Economic Review (Papers and Proceedings), 103(3), 605–610, 2013.

Chabris, C.F., J.J. Lee, D. Benjamin, J.P. Beauchamp, E.L. Glaeser, G.Borst, S.Pinker, and D. Laibson. “Why Is It Hard to Find Genes that are Associated with Social Science Traits?  Theoretical and Empirical Considerations,” American Journal of Public Health, 103(S1), S152–S166, 2013.

Rietveld, C.A., S.E. Medland, …, D. Benjamin, D. Cesarini, P.D. Koellinger.“GWAS of 126,559 Individuals Identifies Genetic Variants Associated with Educational Attainment,” Science, 340(6139), 1467–71. Published Online May 30, 2013.

Rietveld, C.A., D. Cesarini, D. Benjamin, P.D. Koellinger, J. De Neve, H. Tiemeier, M. Johannesson, P. Magnusson, N.L. Pedersen, R.F. Krueger, and M.Bartels. “Molecular Genetics and Subjective Well-Being,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 110(24), 9692–9697, 2013.

Stephens, S.H., S.M. Hartz, N.R. Hoft, N.L. Saccone, R.C. Corley, …, V.L. Stevens, R.B.Weiss, P.Kraft, L.J. Bierut, and Marissa A. Ehringer. “Distinct Loci in the CHRNA5/CHRNA3/CHRNB4 Gene Cluster Are Associated With Onset of Regular Smoking,” Genetic Epidemiology, 37(8), 846–859, 2013.

van der Loos, M., C.A. Rietveld, N. Eklund, P.D. Koellinger, D. Cesarini, F. Rivadeneira, …, S.E. Baumeister, D. Benjamin, R. Biffar, S. Blankenberg, D.I. Boomsma, D.Cesarini, A. Roy Thurik “The Molecular Genetic Architecture of Self-Employment,” PLoS ONE, 8(4), e60542, 2013.

 

Benjamin Cornwell, Sociology

Cornwell, Benjamin. “Network Analysis of Sequence Structures,” in Gilbert Ritschard and Matthias Studer (eds.), Sequence Analysis and Related Methods: Innovative Methods and Applications. Springer. 2018.

Cornwell, Benjamin, and Edward O. Laumann. “Structure by Death: Social Network Replenishment in the Wake of Confidant Loss,” in Duane F. Alwin, Diane H. Felmlee, and Derek A. Kreager (eds.), Social Networks and the Life Course: Integrating the Development of Human Lives and Social Relational Networks. Springer. 2018.

Cornwell, Benjamin, and John A. Schneider. “Sex Market Range and RDS Recruitment Effectiveness on the Southside of Chicago,” PLoS ONE, 12(8):e0181494, 2017.

Behler, Rachel, Benjamin Cornwell, and John Schneider. “Patterns of Social Affiliations and Disparities in Health Service Utilization among Young, Black MSM,” AIDS & Behavior, 1-13, 2017.

Schneider, J., Benjamin Cornwell, A. Jonas, R. Behler, P. Schumm, B. Skaathun, S. Michaels, A. Khanna, L. Young, E. Morgan, R. Duvoisin, S. Friedman, and E. Laumann. “Network Dynamics and HIV Risk and Prevention in a Population-Based Sample of Young Black Men Who Have Sex with Men,” Network Science, 1-29, 2017.

Cornwell, Benjamin, and Edward O. Laumann. “If Parsons had Pajek: The Relevance of Midcentury Structural-Functionalism to Dynamic Network Analysis,” Journal of Social Structure, 2016.

Morgan, Ethan, Aditya Khanna, Britt Skaathun, Stuart Michaels, Lindsay Young, Rebeccah Duvoisin, Ming Chang, Dexter Voisin, Benjamin Cornwell, Robert Coombs, Samuel Friedman, and John Schneider.“Marijuana Use among Young Men Who Have Sex with Men and the HIV Care Continuum: Findings from the Connect Study,” Substance Use and Misuse, 51: 1751-1759, 2016.

Goldman, Alyssa, and Benjamin Cornwell.  “Social Network Structure and the Use of Complementary and Alternative Medicine in Later Life,” Social Science & Medicine, 140: 69-80, 2015.

Tach, Laura, and Benjamin Cornwell. “Social Networks and Social Capital: New Directions for a Household Panel Survey.” Journal of Economic and Social Measurement, 40: 275-307, 2015.

Cornwell, Benjamin. “Social Disadvantage and Network Turnover.” Journals of Gerontology: Social Sciences, 70: 132-42, 2015.

Cornwell, Benjamin and Edward O. Laumann.  “The Health Benefits of Network Growth: New Evidence from a National Survey of Older Adults.” Social Science & Medicine, 125: 94-106, 2015.

Cornwell, Benjamin, and Kate Watkins.  “Sequence-Network Analysis: A New Framework for Studying Action in Groups.” Advances in Group Processes, 32: 31-63, 2015.

Cornwell, Benjamin, and Fedor Dokshin. “The Power of Integration: Affiliation and Cohesion in a Diverse Elite Network. Social Forces, 93: 803-31, 2014.

Cornwell, Benjamin, Edward O. Laumann, L. Philip Schumm, Juyeon Kim, and Young-Jin Kim. “Measurement of Longitudinal Egocentric Social Networks in a National Survey.” Journals of Gerontology: Social Sciences, 69: S75-S82, 2014.

Cornwell, B., and E. Warburton. “Work Schedules and Community Ties,” Work and Occupations, 41: 139-174, 2014.

Cornwell, B. “Switching Dynamics and the Stress Process,” Social Psychology Quarterly, 76:99-124, 2013.

Schneider, J. A., B. Cornwell, D. Ostrow, S. Michaels, L.P. Schumm, E.O. Laumann, and S.R. Friedman.“Network Mixing and Network Influences Most Linked to HIV Infection and Risk Behavior in a Black Men Who Have Sex with Men HIV Epidemic,” American Journal of Public Health, 103:e28-e36, 2013.

 

Dan Cosley, Information Science

N. N. Bazarova, Y. H. Choi, J. Whitlock, D. Cosley, and V. Sosik. “Psychological distress and emotional expression on Facebook,” Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 2017.

E. L. Murnane, D. Cosley, P. Chang, S. Guha, E. Frank, G. Gay, and M. Matthews. “Selfmonitoring practices, attitudes, and needs of individuals with bipolar disorder: implications for the design of technologies to manage mental health,” Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, 23(3):  pp. 477-484, 2016.

Goyal, N., G. Leshed, D. Cosley, and S. R. Fussell. “Effects of Implicit Sharing in Collaborative Analysis,” in Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, CHI ’14. Toronto, Ontario, Canada: ACM,  pp. 129-138, 2014.

Gao, G., B. Xu, D. Cosley, and S. R. Fussell. “How Beliefs About the Presence of Machine Translation Impact Multilingual Collaborations,” in Proceedings of the 17th ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work & Social Computing, ACM, pp. 1549-1560, 2014.

Porges, Z., X. Yang, A. Desai, C. Ho, R. Pallegedara, R. Razzaque, and D. Cosley. “Achieve: Evaluating the Impact of Progress Logging and Social Feedback on Goal Achievement,” in Proceedings of the Companion Publication of the 17th ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work & Social Computing, ACM, pp. 221-224, 2014.

Sosik, V. S. and D. Cosley. “Leveraging Social Media Content to Support Engagement in Positive Interventions,” The Journal of Positive Psychology, 2014.

Wang, X., and D. Cosley. “TweetDrops: a Visualization to Foster Awareness and Collective Learning of Sustainability,” in Proceedings of the Companion Publication of the 17th ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work & Social Computing, ACM, pp. 33-36, 2014.

Bazarova, N. N.   J. G. Taft, Y. H. Choi, and D. Cosley. “Managing Impressions and Relationships on Facebook Self-Presentational and Relational Concerns Revealed Through the Analysis of Language Style,” in Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 2013.

Cheng, J., and D. Cosley. “How Annotation Styles Influence Content and Preferences,” in Proceedings of the 24th ACM Conference on Hypertext and Social Media, ACM, pp. 214-218, 2013.

J. Cheng, L. Kang, and D. Cosley. Stories: Designing Collaborative Storytelling Interfaces,” in CHI’13 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, ACM, pp. 3031-3034, 2013.

Gao, G., H.-C. Wang, D. Cosley, and S. R. Fussell. “Same Translation but Different Experience: the Effects of Highlighting on Machine-Translated Conversations,” in Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, ACM, pp. 449-458, 2013.

Khovanskaya, V., E. P. Baumer, D. Cosley, S. Voida, and G. Gay. “Everybody Knows What You’re Doing: a Critical Design Approach to Personal Informatics,” in Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, ACM, pp. 3403-3412, 2013.

Sharma, A., and D. Cosley. “Do Social Explanations Work?: Studying and Modeling the Effects of Social Explanations in Recommender Systems,” in Proceedings of the 22nd International Conference on World Wide Web, International World Wide Web Conferences Steering Committee, pp. 1133-1144, 2013.

Sharma, A., M. Gemici, and D. Cosley. “Friends, Strangers, and the Value of Ego Networks for Recommendation” in Proceedings of ICWSM, 2013.

Wang, H.C., S. Fussell, and D. Cosley. “Machine Translation vs. Common Language: Eff ects on Idea Exchange in Cross-Lingual Groups,” in Proceedings of the 2013 conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work, ACM, pp. 935-944, 2013.

Warncke-Wang, M., D. Cosley, and J. Riedl. “Tell Me More: an Actionable Quality Model for Wikipedia,” in Proceedings of the 9th International Symposium on Open Collaboration, ACM,  p. 8, 2013.

Xu, B., A. Chin, and D. Cosley. “On how Event Size and Interactivity Aff ect Social Networks,” in CHI’13 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, ACM, pp. 865- 870, 2013.

Xu, B., G. Gao, S. R. Fussell, and D. Cosley. “Improving Machine Translation by Showing Two Outputs,” in Proceedings of the 32nd Annual ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, ACM, pp. 3743-3746, 2013.

Xu, B., T. C.-W. Yuan, S. R. Fussell, and D. Cosley. “SoBot: Facilitating Conversation Using Social Media Data and a Social Agent,” in: Proceedings of the Companion Publication of the 17th ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work & Social Computing, ACM, pp. 41-44, 2014.

Yuan, L. D. Setlock, D. Cosley, and S. R. Fussell. “Understanding Informal Communication in Multilingual Contexts,” in Proceedings of the 2013 Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work, ACM, pp. 909-922, 2013.

Zhao, X.,  N. Salehi, S. Naranjit, S. Alwaalan, S. Voida, and D. Cosley. “The Many Faces of Facebook: Experiencing Social Media as Performance, Exhibition, and Personal Archive,” in Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, ACM, pp. 1-10, 2013.

 

Raymond Craib, History
Craib, R. “Decolonization and Cartography,” in James Akerman, ed., Decolonizing the Map: Cartography from Colony to Nation (University of Chicago Press, 2017)

Craib, R. The Cry of the Renegade, Politics and Poetry in Interwar Chile, Oxford University Press, 2016.

Craib, R. “Decolonization and Independence,” in Mark Monmonier, ed., The History of Cartography: Volume 6. The Twentieth Century (University of Chicago Press, 2015)

Craib, R. “Mexico City Modern: A Review Essay,” Scapegoat: Architecture/Landscape/Political Economy, 2014.

Craib, R. “The Properties of Counterinsurgency: On Joel Wainwright’s Geopiracy,” Dialogues in Human Geography, 4: 1, 2014.

Craib, R. “Sedentary Anarchists,” in Bert Altena and Constance Bantman, eds., Scales of Analysis in Anarchist Studies: Reassessing the Transnational Turn, Routledge Studies in Cultural History, London: Routledge, 2014.

 

Saida Hodzic, Anthropology

Hodzic, S. “Global Governance,” International Encyclopedia of Anthropology. Wiley-Blackwell, forthcoming.

Hodzic, S. The Twilight of Cutting: African Activism and Life after NGOs. University of California Press, 2016.

Hodzic, S. “The Ends of Cutting in Ghana: Blood Loss, Scarcity, and Slow Harm after NGOs,” American Ethnologist 43(4): 636-649, 2016.

Hodzic, S. “Feminist Bastards: Toward a Post-Humanist Critique of NGOization,” Theorizing NGOs: States, Feminisms, and Neoliberalism, Victoria Bernal and Inderpal Grewal, eds. Duke University Press, 2014.

Hodzic, S. “Ascertaining Deadly Harms: Aesthetics and Politics of Global Evidence,” Cultural Anthropology, 28(1):86-109, 2013.

 

Lee Humphreys, Communication

Humphreys, L. “Involvement shield or social catalyst: Thoughts on socio-spatial impacts of Pokémon Go,” Mobile Media & Communication, 5(1): 15-19, 2017.

Scolere, L. and Humphreys, L. “Pinning design: The curatorial labor of creative professionals,” Social Media & Society, 2(1): 1-13, 2016.

Halpern, M. and Humphreys, L. “iPhonography: Middlebrow art worlds.” New Media & Society, 18(1): 62-81, 2016.

Ozkul, D. and Humphreys, L. “Record and remember: Memory and meaning-making practices through mobile and location media,” Mobile Media & Communication, 3(3): 351-365, 2015.

Humphreys, L. & Wilken, R. “Social media, small businesses, and the control of information,” Information, Communication & Society, 18(3): 295-309, 2015.

Liao, T., and Humphreys, L. “Layar-ed Places: Using Mobile Augmented Reality to Tactically Reengage, Reproduce, and Re-appropriate Public Space,” New Media & Society, 2015.

Humphreys, L., Gillespie, T. “Introduction to AoIR Special Issue,” Information, Communication, and Society, 2014.

Humphreys, L., Gill, P., and Krishnamurthy, B. “Privacy on Twitter: A content analysis of personal information,” Information, Communication & Society, 17(7): 843-857, 2014.

Newbury, E., Humphreys, L., and Fuess, L. “Over the Hurdles: Barriers to Social Media Use in Extension Offices,” Journal of Extension, 42(5), 2014.

Humphreys, L., Von Pape, T., and  Karnowski, V. “Evolving Mobile Media Ecology: Uses and Conceptualizations of the Mobile Internet by American and German College Students,” Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 2013.

Humphreys, L., Gill, P., Krishnamurthy, B. and Newbury, E. “Twitter and Historical Diaries: A Content Analysis,” Journal of Communication, 63(3): 413-431, 2013.

Humphreys, L., and Liao, T. “Foursquare and the Parochialization of Public Space,” First Monday: Special Issue on Media and the Social Production of Urban Space, 18(11). 4, 2013.

Humphreys, L. “Mobile Social Media: Future Challenges and Opportunities,” Mobile Media and Communication, 1(1): 20-25, 2013.

Humphreys, L. “Mobile Social Networks and Surveillance,” in A. Jansson and Christensen, M. (Eds.) Media, Surveillance, and Identity: A Social Perspective, New York, NY: Peter Lang, 2013.

Logie, J. and Humphreys, L. “Introduction to AoIR Special Issue,” Information, Communication, and Society, 16(3): 287-290, 2013.

 

Tom Pepinsky, Government
Pepinsky, T. “Colonial Migration and the Origins of Governance: Theory and Evidence from Java.” Comparative Political Studies 49, no. 9 (July), 1201–1237, 2016.

Pepinsky, T., Findley, M., Jensen, N., & Malesky, E. “Can Results-Free Review Reduce Publication Bias? The Results and Implications of a Pilot Study.” Comparative Political Studies 49, no. 13 (November), 1667–1703, 2016.

Pepinsky, T. & Poczter, S. “Authoritarian Legacies in Post-New Order Indonesia: Evidence from a New Dataset.” Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies 51, no. 1 (April), 77–100, 2016.

Pepinsky, T., Ravindranath Abtahian, M., & Cohn, A.“Modeling Social Factors in Language Change.” International Journal of the Sociology of Language 242, 139–170, 2016.

Pepinsky, T. “Trade Competition and American Decolonization.” World Politics 67, no. 3 (July), 387–411, 2015.

Pepinsky, T. “Interpreting Ethnicity and Urbanization in Malaysia’s 2013 General Election.” Journal of East Asian Studies 15, no. 2 (May-August), 199–226, 2015.

Pepinsky, T. “Authoritarianism: Institutions and Logics,” APSA Comparative Politics Newsletter 24, no 1, 1-4, 2014.

Pepinsky, T. “Boycotting Thailand’s Elections: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly,” Nottingham China Policy Institute, 2014.

Pepinsky, T. “Context and Method in Southeast Asian Politics.” Pacific Affairs 87, no. 3 (September), 441–461, 2014.

Pepinsky, T. “The Institutional Turn in Comparative Authoritarianism,” British Journal of Political Science, 44, no. 3, 631-653, 2014.

Pepinsky, T. “An Introduction to the State of Indonesian Political Studies,” in Producing Indonesia: The State of the Field of Indonesian Studies, edited by Eric Tagliacozzo. Ithaca: Cornell Southeast Asia Publications, 233-236, 2014.

Pepinsky, T. “Political Islam and the Limits of the Indonesian Model.” Taiwan Journal of Democracy 10, no. 1 (June), 105–121, 2014.

Pepinsky, T. “The Politics of Capital Flight in the Global Economic Crisis.” Economics and Politics 26, no. 3 (November), 431–456, 2014.

Pepinsky, T. “Surveys, Experiments, and the Landscape of International Political Economy,” International Interactions, 40, no. 3, 431-442, 2014.

Pepinsky, T. “The Domestic Politics of Financial Internationalization in the Developing World,” Review of International Political Economy 20, no. 4, 848–880, 2013.

Pepinsky, T. “New Media and Malaysian Politics in Historical Perspective,” Contemporary Southeast Asia, 35, no.1, 83-103, 2013.

Pepinsky, T. “Development, Social Change, and Islamic Finance in Contemporary Indonesia,” World Development, 41, no. 1, 157-167, 2013.

Pepinsky, T. and M. Ford. “Beyond Oligarchy? Critical Exchanges on Political Power and Material Inequality in Indonesia,” Indonesia, 96, 1–10, 2013.

Pepinsky, T. “Malaysian Elections Post-Election Report,” The Monkey Cage, 2013.

Pepinsky, T. “Ethnic Politics and the Challenge of PKR,” Nottingham China Policy Institute, 2013.

Pepinsky, T. “There is no Indonesia Model for the Arab Spring.” Foreign Policy, 2013.

 

Tamar Kushnir, Human Development

Chernyak, N. and Kushnir, T. “The Influence of Understanding and Having Choice on Children’s Prosocial Behavior.” Current Opinion in Psychology, 20: 107-110, 2018. doi.org/10.1016/j.copsyc.2017.07.043

Van de Vondervoort, J., Aknin, L, Kushnir, T., and Hamlin, K. “Selectivity in Toddlers’ Behavioral and Emotional Reactions to Prosocial and Antisocial Others.” Developmental Psychology, 54(1); 1, 2018. doi: 10.1037/dev0000404

Zhao, A. and Kushnir, T. “Young Children Consider Individual Authority and Collective Agreement When Deciding Who Can Change Rules. Special Issue: Early Development of the Normative Mind.” Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 165: 101-116, 2018. doi.org/10.1016/j.jecp.2017.04.004

Chernyak, N., Trieu, B. & Kushnir, T. “Preschoolers’ selfish sharing is reduced by prior experience with proportional generosity.” Open Mind. doi:10.1162/OPMI_a_00004, 2017.

Kushnir, T. and Koenig, M. “What I Don’t Know Won’t Hurt You: The Relation Between Professed Ignorance and Later Knowledge Claims.” Developmental Psychology, 53(5),:826-835, 2017. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/dev0000294

Josephs, M, Kushnir, T., Gräfenhain, M., & Rakoczy, H. “Children protest moral and conventional violations more when they believe actions are freely chosen.” Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 141, 247-255, 2016.

Vredenburgh, C., Yu, Y., & Kushnir, T. “Young Children’s Flexible Social Cognition and Sensitivity to Context Facilitates Their Learning.” Social Cognition: Development Across the Life Span. Taylor & Francis, 2016.

Wellman, H. M., Kushnir, T., Xu, F. & Brink, K. “Infants Use Statistical Sampling to Understand the Psychological World.” Infancy. 21(5), 668-676. DOI: 10.1111/infa.12131. 2016.

Yu, Y & Kushnir, T. “When what’s inside counts: Sequence of demonstrated actions affects preschooler’s categorization by non-obvious properties.” Developmental Psychology, 52(3). 400-410, 2016.

Deisendruck, G. Salzer, S., Kushnir, T, & Xu, F. “When choices aren’t personal: The effect of statistical and social cues on children’s inferences about the scope of preferences.” Journal of Cognition and Development. 16(2), 370-380, 2015.

Koenig, M., Cole, C., Meyer, M., Ridge, K., Kushnir, T. & Gelman, S. “Reasoning about knowledge: Children’s evaluations of generality and verifiability.” Cognitive Psychology, 83, 22-39, 2015.

Kortenaar, M., Sribarra, A. & Kushnir, T. “Engaging parents in early childhood learning: An issue of civic importance.” Science Education and Civic Engagement, Summer Issue, 28-30, 2015.

Kushnir, T., Gopnik, A., Chernyak, N., Seiver, E., & Wellman, H. M. “Developing intuitions about free will between ages 4 and 6.” Cognition.138, 79-101, 2015.

Vredenburgh, C. & Kushnir, T. “Young Children’s Help-Seeking As Information Gathering.” Cognitive Science. doi: 10.1111/cogs.12245. 2015.

Chernyak, N. and Kushnir, T. “The Self as a Moral Agent: Preschoolers Behave Morally but Believe in the Freedom to do Otherwise,” Journal of Cognition and Development, 2014.

Fedyk, M. and Kushnir, T. “Development Links Psychological Causes to Evolutionary Explanations,” Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 37(2), 142-143, 2014.

Gopnik, A. & Kushnir, T. “The Origins and Development of Our Conception of Free Will. In A. Mele (ed) Surrounding Free Will.” Oxford University Press, 2014.

Lucas, C. G., Griffiths, T. L., Xu, F., Fawcett, C., Gopnik, A., Kushnir, T. Markson, L. “The child as econometrician: A rational model of preference understanding in children.” PLOS ONE, 9(3). doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0092160, 2014.

Vredenburgh, C., Kushnir, T., & Cassasola, M.  “Pedagogical Cues Encourage Toddlers’ Transmission of Recently Demonstrated Functions to Unfamiliar Adults.” Developmental Science, 2014.

Yu, Y. & Kushnir, T. “Social Context Effects in 2- and 4-year-olds’ Selective Versus Faithful Imitation.” Developmental Psychology, 50(3), 2014.

Chernyak, N. and Kushnir, T. “Giving Preschoolers Choice Increases Sharing Behavior,” Psychological Science, 24(10), 1971–1979, 2013.

Chernyak, N. and Kushnir, T., Sullivan, K., Wang, Q. “A Comparison of American and Nepalese Children’s Concepts of Freedom of Choice and Social Constraint, ” Cognitive Science, 37(7), 1343-55, 2013.

Kushnir, T.  “How Children Learn From and About People: The Fundamental Link Between Social Cognition and Statistical Evidence,” in M. Banaji and S. Gelman (eds). The Development of Social Cognition, Oxford University Press, 2013.

Kushnir, T. Vredenburgh, C., and Schneider, L. A. “’Who Can Help Me Fix This Toy?’ The Distinction Between Causal Knowledge and Word Knowledge Guides Preschoolers’ Selective Requests for Information,” Developmental Psychology, 49(3), 446–453, 2013.

Sobel, D. M. and Kushnir, T. “Knowledge Matters: How Children Evaluate the Reliability of Testimony as a Process of Rational Inference,” Psychological Review, 2013.

Xu, F. and Kushnir, T. “Infants are Rational Constructivist Learners,” Current Directions in Psychological Science. 22(1) 28–32, 2013.

Yu, Y. and Kushnir, T. “Social Context Effects in 2- and 4-year-olds’ Selective Versus Faithful Imitation,” Developmental Psychology, 2013.

 

Karel Mertens, Economics

Mertens, K. and M. Ravn. “Fiscal Policy in an Expectations Driven Liquidity Trap,” Review of Economic Studies, 2014

Mertens, K. and M. Ravn. “A Reconciliation of SVAR and Narrative Estimates of Tax Multipliers.” Journal of Monetary Economics, Vol. 68, pp. S1-S19, December 2014.

Mertens, K. and M. Ravn. “The Dynamic Effects of Personal and Corporate Income Tax Changes in the United States,” American Economic Review, Vol. 103:4, pp. 1212–1247, 2013.

Mertens, K. “Marginal Tax Rates and Income: New Time Series Evidence,” Quarterly Journal of Economics, 2013.

Mertens, K. and M. Ravn.”A Reconciliation of SVAR and Narrative Estimates of Tax Multipliers,” Journal of Monetary Economics, 2013.

 

Brian Rubineau, Formerly of Organizational Behavior
Rubineau, B. and R. Fernandez. “Missing Links: Referrer Behavior and Job Segregation,” Management Science, 59(11):2470-2489, 2013.

 

Kim Weeden, Sociology

Weeden, Kim A., Sarah Thèbaud, and Dafna Gelbgiser. “Degrees of Difference: Gender Segregation of US Doctorates by Field and Program Prestige,” Sociological Science, 2017.  Doi:10.15195/v4.a6.

Weeden, Kim A., Youngjoo Cha, and Mauricio Bucca. “Long Work Hours, Part-Time Work, and Trends in the Gender Gap in Wages, the Motherhood Wage Penalty, and the Fatherhood Wage Premium in the United States.” RSF: The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences 2(4): 71-102, 2016.

Bol, Thijs, and Kim A. Weeden. “Occupational Closure and Wage Inequality in Germany and the United Kingdom.” European Sociological Review. doi:10.1093/esr/jcu095. 2015.

Cha,Y., and K.A. Weeden. “Overwork and the Slow Convergence in the Gender Gap in Earnings,” American Sociological Review, 79(3): 457-484, 2014.

Weeden, Kim A., and David B. Grusky.“The Three Worlds of Inequality.” Social Stratification: Class, Race, and Gender in Sociological Perspective, 4th edition, Boulder: Westview Press. (Commissioned article based on AJS 2012.), 2014.

Grusky, D.B., and K.A. Weeden. “Why is There So Much Poverty?” Occupy the Future, edited by D.B. Grusky, D. McAdam, R. Reich and D. Satz, Boston Review/MIT Press, 2013.

Morgan, S.L., T.S. Leenman, J.J. Todd, and K.A. Weeden. “Occupational Plans, Beliefs about Educational Requirements, and Patterns of College Entry,” Sociology of Education, 86(3), 197-217, 2013.

Morgan, S.L., T.S. Leenman, J.J. Todd, and K.A. Weeden.”Stutter-Step Models of Performance in School,” Social Forces, 91(4), 1451-1474, 2013.

Morgan, S.L., D. Gelbgiser, and K.A. Weeden.”Feeding the Pipeline: Gender, Occupational Plans, and College Major Selection,” Social Science Research, 42(4), 989-1005, 2013.

Weeden, K.A.,and D.B. Grusky. “The Three Worlds of Inequality,”Social Stratification: Class, Race, and Gender in Sociological Perspective, 4th edition,
edited by David B. Grusky, Boulder: Westview Press.

Weeden, K.A. and D.B Grusky. “Inequality and Market Failure,” American Behavioral Scientist, 58(3):473-491, 2013.

2008-2009 Cohort

Tarleton Gillespie, Formerly of Communication

Gillespie, Tarleton. “Apps, App Stores, and the Offer of Visibility: The Case of Exodus International,” In Jeremy Morris and Sarah Murray, eds., Appified, University of Michigan Press, forthcoming, November 2018.

Gillespe, T. Custodians of the Internet: Platforms, Content Moderation, and the Hidden Decisions that Shape Social Media, Yale University Press, 2018.

Gillespie, T. “What Platforms Should do about Misogyny and Harassment,” In Jacqueline Vickery and Tracy Everbach, eds., Mediating Misogyny: Gender, Technology, and Harassment, Palgrave Macmillan, 2018.

Gillespie, T. “Algorithmically Recognizable: Santorum’s Google Problem and Google’s Santorum Problem,” Information, Communication, and Society, vol.20 no.1, pp.63-80, 2017.

Gillespie, T. “Regulation of and by platforms.” In Jean Burgess, Thomas Poell, and Alice Marwick, eds., SAGE Handbook of Social Media. Sage, pp.254-278, 2017.

Gillespie, Tarleton. “Algorithm.” In Ben Peters, ed., Digital Keywords: A Vocabulary of Information Society and Culture. Princeton University Press, 2016.

Gillespie, T. “#trendingistrending: when algorithms become culture,” In Robert Seyfert and Jonathan Roberge, eds., Algorithmic Cultures: Essays on Meaning, Performance and New Technologies, Routledge, 2016.

Gillespie, T. and Mike Ananny, “Introduction (Special Issue: Association of Internet Researchers)” Information, Communication, & Society, vol.18 no.3 pp.251-254, 2015.

Gillespie, T. and Hector Postigo, “Introduction (Special Issue: Culture Digitally),” Social Media and Society, vol.1 no.2, 2015.

Gillespie, T. “Platforms Intervene,” Social Media and Society, vol.1 no.1, 2015.

Gillespie, T. “A ‘Pay it Back Tax’ on Data Brokers: a Modest (and Also Politically untenable and Impossibly Naïve) Proposal,” Culture Digitally, 2014.

Gillespie, T. “Facebook’s Algorithm – Why Our Assumptions are Wrong, and Our Concerns are Right,” Culture Digitally, 2014.

Gillespie, T., P. Boczkowski, and K. Foot. “Media Technologies: Essays on Communication, Materiality, and Society,” MIT Press, 2014.

Gillespie, T. “The Relevance of Algorithms,” Media Technologies, Essays on Communication, Materiality and Society, edited by Gillespie, T., P. Boczkowski, and K. Foot, MIT Press, 2014.

Humphreys, L., and T. Gillespie, “Introduction (Special Issue: Association of Internet Researches),” Information, Communication and Society, 2014.

Couldry, N., M. Gray, and T. Gillespie. “Digital In/Justice,” Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 2013.

Gillespie, T. “The Politics of ‘Platforms,'” reprinted in Blackwell Companion to New Media Dynamics, edited by J. Hartley, J. Burgess, and A. Bruns, Blackwell Publishing, 2013.

Gillespie, T. “Tumblr, NSFW Porn Blogging, and the Challenge of Checkpoints,” Cultural Digitally, 2013.

Jackson, S., T. Gillespie, and S. Payette. “The Policy Knot: Re-integrating Policy, Practice and Design in CSCW Studies of Social Computing,” Proceedings of CSCW 2014, New York, ACM Press, 2013.

Papacharissi, Z., T. Streeter, and T. Gillespie. “The Habitus of the New,” Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 2013.

Gillespie, T. “Is Twitter Us or Them? #twitterfail and Living Somewhere Between Public Commitment and Private Investment,” Culture Digitally, 2012.

Braun, J. and T. Gillespie. “Hosting the Public Discourse, Hosting the Public: When Online News and Social Media Converge.” Journalism Practice, 2011.

Epstein, D., E. Nisbet, and T. Gillespie. “Who’s Responsible for the Digital Divide? Public Perceptions and Policy Implications,” The Information Society, 2011.

Gillespie, T. “The Politics of ‘Platforms,'” New Media & Society, 2010.

Gillespie, T. “Characterizing Copyright in the Classroom: The Cultural Work of Anti-Piracy Campaigns,” Communication, Culture, and Critique, 2009.

 

Michael Goldstein, Psychology

Albert, R. R., Schwade, J. A., and Goldstein, M. H. “The social functions of babbling: Acoustic and contextual characteristics that facilitate maternal responsiveness.” Developmental Science, 18: 1-11. e12641. 2017. http://doi.org/10.1111/desc.12641

Baran, N. B.*, Carouso, S. V., Kim, T. H., Goldstein, M. H., and Adkins-Regan, E. A. Early Life Manipulations of Oxytocin-Family Peptides Alter Vocal Learning. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 284(1859), 20171114. 2017. http://doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2017.1114

Menyhart, O., Kolodny, O., Goldstein, M. H., and Edelman, S. “Juvenile zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata) learn the underlying structural regularities of their fathers’ song,” Frontiers in Cognitive Science, 6 (571). 2015.

Schweitzer, C., Goldstein, M. H., Place, N., and Adkins-Regan, E. R. “Long-lasting and sex-specific consequences of elevated egg yolk testosterone for social behavior in Japanese quail,” Hormones and Behavior, 63 (1), 80 – 87. 2012.

Motz, B., Goldstein, M. H., and Smith, L. “Understanding behavior from the ground up: Constructing robots to reveal simple mechanisms underlying complex behavior,” Psychology Learning and Teaching, 11(1), 77 – 86. 2012.

Misyak, J. B., Goldstein, M. H., and Christiansen, M. H. Statistical and implicit learning in development. P. Rebuschat & J. Williams (Eds.), Statistical Learning and Language Acquisition. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. 2012.
Anderson, S.E.*, Farmer, T.A., Schwade, J., Goldstein, M., & Spivey, M. (2011).

Emberson, L. L., Lupyan, G., Goldstein, M. H., and Spivey, M. J. “Overheard cell-phone conversations: Less speech is more distracting,” Psychological Science, 21 (10), 1383 -1388. 2010.

Goldstein, M. H., Waterfall, H., Lotem, A., Halpern, J., Schwade, J. A., and Edelman, S. “General cognitive principles for learning structure in time and space,” Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 14, 249 – 258. 2010.

Goldstein, M. H., Schwade, J. A., Briesch, J., and Syal, S. “Learning while babbling: Prelinguistic object-directed vocalizations signal a readiness to learn.” Infancy, 15 (4), 362 – 391. 2010

Goldstein, M. H., Schwade, J. A., and Bornstein, M. H. “The value of vocalizing: Fivemonth-old infants associate their own noncry vocalizations with responses from adults.” Child Development, 80 (3), 636 – 644. 2009.

Owren, M. J., and Goldstein, M. H. “Scaffolds for babbling: Innateness and learning in the emergence of contextually flexible vocal production in human infants.” In D. K. Oller and U. Griebel (Eds.), The Evolution of Communicative Flexibility: Complexity, Creativity, and Adaptability in Human and Animal Communication. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. 2009.

Goldstein, M. H., and Schwade, J. A. “Social feedback to infants’ babbling facilitates rapid phonological learning.” Psychological Science, 19, 515-522. 2008

 

Jeffrey Hancock, Formerly of Information Science
Kramer, A., Guillory, J., and Hancock, J.T. “Experimental Evidence of Massive-Scale Emotional Contagion Through Social Networks,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, 111, 8788-8790, 2014.

Birnholtz, J., Reynolds, L., Smith, M. and Hancock, J.T. “‘Everyone Has To Do It:’ A Joint Action Approach to Managing Social Inattention,” Computers in Human Behavior, 29, 2230-2238, 2013.

Ellison, N.B. and Hanccock, J.T. “Profile as Promise: Honest and Deceptive Signals in Online Dating,” IEEE Security & Privacy Economics, 11, 84-88. DOI: 10.1109/MSP.2013.120, 2013.

Hancock, J.T., Woodworth, M., and Porter, S. “Hungry Like The Wolf: A Word Pattern Analysis of the Language of Psychopaths,” Legal and Criminological Psychology, 18, 102-114, 2013.

Jiang, L.C. and Hancock, J.T. “Absence Makes the Communication Grow Fonder: Geographic Separation, Interpersonal Media and Intimacy in Dating Relationships,” Journal of Communication, 63, 556-577, 2013.

Jiang, L.C., Bazarova, N., and Hancock, J.T. “From Perception to Behavior: Disclosure Reciprocity and the Intensification of Intimacy in Computer-Mediated Communication,” Communication Research, 40, 125-143, 2013.

Toma, C. and Hancock, J.T. “Self-Affirmation Underlies Facebook Use,” Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 39, 321-331, 2013.

Bazaova, N. and Hancock, J.T. “Attributions After a Group Failure: Do They Matter?” Communication Research, 39, 499-522, 2012.

Birnholtz, J., Dixon, G., and Hancock, J.T. “Polite Task-Switching: Technology, Ambiguity and Autonomy in a Work Organization,” Computers in Human Behavior, 28, 1028-1035, 2012.

Birnholtz, J., Hancock, J., Smith, M., and Reynolds, L.  “Understanding Unavailability in a World of Constant Connection,” Interactions, 19, 32-35, 2012.

Ellison, N, Hancock, J.T., and Toma, C. “Profile as Promise: A Framework for Conceptualizing the Veracity of Online Dating Profiles,” New Media and Society, 14, 42-59, 2012.

Guillory, J. and Hancock, J.T. “The Effect of Linkedin on Deception in Resumes,” Cyberpsychology, Behavior and Social Networking, 15, 135-140, 2012.

Hancock, J.T., and Gonzales, A. “To Lie or Not To Lie Online: The Pragmatics of Deception in Computer-Mediated Communication,” in S. Herring, D. Stein and T. Virtanen (Eds.) Handbook of Pragmatics of Computer-Mediated Communication, Berlin, Germany: Mouton de Gruyter, 2012.

Toma, C. and Hancock, J.T. “What Lies Beneath: The Linguistic Traces of Deception in Online Dating Profiles,” Journal of Communication, 62, 78-97, 2012.

Bazarova, N.N. and Hancock, J.T. “From Dispositions to Motives: New Perspectives on Attributions and Their Implications for Communication,” Communication Yearbook, 34, 63-92, 2011.

Gonzales, A.G. and Hancock, J.T. “Mirror, Mirror On My Facebook Wall: Effects of Exposure to Facebook on Self-Esteem,” Cyberpsychology, Behavior and Social Networking, 14, 79-83, 2011.

Jiang, L. C., Bazarova, N., and Hancock, J.T. “Self-Disclosure-Intimacy Link in Computer-Mediated Communication: An Attributional Extension of the Hyperpersonal Model,” Human Communication Research, 37, 58-77, 2011.

Kenny, D.A., Snook, A., Boucher, E.M., and Hancock, J.T. “Interpersonal Sensitivity, Status, and Stereotype Accuracy: Was Snodgrass Right After All?” Psychological Science, 21 1735-1739, 2011.

Toma, C. L., and Hancock, J. T. “Love’s Labor Online: Self-Presentation in Online Dating Profiles,” in K. B. Wright & L. M. Webb (Eds.) Computer-Mediated Communication in Personal Relationships, pp 41-55, Hampton Press, 2011.

Gonzales, A.G., Hancock, J.T., and Pennebaker, J. “Language Style Matching as a Predictor of Social Dynamics in Small Groups,” Communication Research, 37, 3-19, 2010.

Hancock, J. T., Woodworth, M., and Goorha, S. “See No Evil: The Effect of Communication Medium and Motivation on Deception Detection,” Group Decision and Negotiation, 19, 327-343, 2010.

Hancock, J.T., Beaver, D.I., Chung, C.K., Frazee, J., Pennebaker, J.W., Graesser, A., and Cai, Z. “Social Language Processing: A Framework for Analyzing the Communication of Terrorists and Authoritarian Regimes,” Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression 2, 108-132, 2010.

Toma, C.L. and Hancock, J.T. “Looks and Lies: The Role of Physical Attractiveness in Online Dating Self-Presentation and Deception,” Communication Research, 37, 335-351, 2010.

Hancock, J.T. “Digital Deception: The Practice of Lying in the Digital Age,”  to appear in B. Harrington (ed.) Deception: Methods, Contexts and Consequences (Santa Fe Institute) pp.109-120, Palo Alto, CA: Stanford Press, 2009.

Hancock, J.T. and Toma, C. “Putting Your Best Face Forward: The Accuracy of Online Dating Photographs,”  Journal of Communication, 59, 367-386, 2009.

Peña, J., & Hancock, J. T., and Merola, N. A. “The Priming Effects of Avatars in Virtual Settings,” Communication Research, 36, 838-856, 2009.

Toma, C. and Hancock, J.T. “Lying for Love in the Digital Age: Deception in Online Dating,” in M. McGlone and M. Knapp (eds.) Interplay of Truth and Deception, pp. 149-164, New York, NY: Taylor & Francis, 2009.

Wang, Z., Walther, J. B., and Hancock, J. T. “Social Identification and Interpersonal Communication in Computer-Mediated Communication: What You Do Versus Who You Are in Virtual Groups,” Human Communication Research, 35, 59-85, 2009.

Boucher, E., Hancock, J.T., and Dunham, P.J. “Interpersonal Sensitivity in Computer-Mediated and Face-to-Face Conversations,” Media Psychology, 11, 235-258, 2008.

Gonzales, A. and Hancock, J.T. “Identity Shift in Computer-Mediated Environments,” Media Psychology, 11, 167-185, 2008.

Hancock, J.T., Curry, L., Goorha, S., and Woodworth, M.T. “On Lying and Being Lied To: A Linguistic Analysis of Deception,” Discourse Processes, 45, 1-23, 2008.

Toma, C., Hancock, J.T., and Ellison, N. “Separating Fact from Fiction: An Examination of Deceptive Self-Presentation in Online Dating Profiles,” Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 34, 1023-1036, 2008.

 

Arturs Kalnins, Hotel Administration
Kalnins, A. “Beyond Manhattan: Localized Competition and Organizational Failure in Urban Hotel Markets Throughout the United States, 2002-2011,” Strategic Management Journal, 37(11): 2235-2253. 2016.

Kalnins, A., and M. Williams. “When do Female-owned Businesses Out-survive Male-owned Businesses? A disaggregated Approach by Industry,” Journal of Business Venturing, 29(6), 822-835. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.busvent.2013.12.001, 2014.

Kalnins, A., and F. Lafontaine, “Too Far Away? The Effect of Distance to Headquarters on Business Establishment Performance,” American Economic Journal: Microeconomics, 5(3), 157-179, 2013.

Kalnins, A., and L.M. Stroock. “Pouring Israel into a Starbuck’s Cup,” Cornell Hospitality Quarterly. 52(2): 135-143, 2011.

 

Lillian Lee, Computer Science

Hessel, Jack,  David Mimno, and Lillian Lee. “Quantifying the visual concreteness of words and topics in multimodal datasets,” proceedings of NAACL, 2018.

Gómez-Rodríguez, Carlos, Tianze Shi, and Lillian Lee. “Global transition-based non-projective dependency parsing,” proceedings of ACL, 2018.

Shi, Tianze, Carlos Gómez-Rodríguez and Lillian Lee. “Improving coverage and runtime complexity for exact inference in non-projective transition-based dependency parsers,” proceedings of NAACL, 2018.

Danescu-Niculescu-Mizil, Cristian, Liye Fu, and Lillian Lee. “When confidence and competence collide: Effects on online decision-making discussions,” proceedings of WWW, 2017.

Hessel, Jack, Lillian Lee, and David Mimno. “Cats and captions vs. creators and the clock: Comparing multimodal content to context in predicting relative popularity,” proceedings of WWW, 2017.

Shi, Tianze, Liang Huang, and Lillian Lee. “Fast(er) exact decoding and global training for transition-based dependency parsing via a minimal feature set,” proceedings of EMNLP, 2017.

Fu, L., C. Danescu-Niculescu-Mizil, and L. Lee. “When confidence and competence collide: Effects on online decision-making discussions.” proceedings of WWW. 2016.

Fu, Liye, Cristian Danescu-Niculescu-Mizil, Lillian Lee. “Tie-breaker: Using language models to quantify gender bias in sports journalism,” Proceedings of the IJCAI workshop on NLP meets Journalism, 2016. Best Paper Award.

Hessel, J., L. Lee, and D. Mimno. “Cats and captions vs. creators and the clock: Comparing multimodal content to context in predicting relative popularity.” proceedings of WWW. 2016.

Danescu-Niculescu-Mizil, C., L. Lee, V. Niculae, C. Tan. “Winning arguments: Interaction dynamics and persuasion strategies in good-faith online discussions.” proceedings of WWW. 2016.

Kleinberg, J., I. Kloumann, L. Lee, C. Tan.Internet collaboration on extremely difficult problems: Research versus Olympiad questions on the Polymath site.” proceedings of WWW. 2016.

Hessel, J., L. Lee, C. Tan.Science, AskScience, and BadScience: On the coexistence of highly related communities.” ICWSM. 2016.

Lee, L. and C. Tan. “All Who Wander: On the Prevalence and Characteristics of Multi-community Engagement.” proceedings of WWW. 2015.

Kalnins, A. “Beyond Manhattan: Localized Competition and Organizational Failure in Urban Hotel Markets Throughout the United States, 2002-2011,” Strategic Management Journal, 37(11): 2235-2253.

Backstrom, L., J. Kleinberg, L. Lee, and C. Danescu-Niculescu-Mizil. “Characterizing and Curating Conversation Threads: Expansion, Focus, Volume, Re-Entry,” proceedings of WSDM, pp. 13-22, 2013.

Choi, E., C. Tan, L. Lee, C. Danescu-Niculescu-Mizil, and J. Spindel. “Hedge Detection as a Lens on Framing in the GMO Debates: A Position Paper,” proceedings of the ACL Workshop on Extra-Propositional Aspects of Meaning in Computational Linguistics, pp. 70–79, 2012.

Danescu-Niculescu-Mizil, C., L. Lee, B. Pang and J. Kleinberg. “Echoes of Power:  Language Effects and Power Differences in Social Interaction,” proceedings of WWW, 2012.

Danescu-Niculescu-Mizil, C., J. Cheng, J. Kleinberg, and L. Lee. “You Had Me At Hello: How Phrasing Affects Memorability,” proceedings of ACL, 2012.

Danescu-Niculescu-Mizil, C., L. Lee. “Chameleons in Imagined Conversations: A New Approach to Understanding Coordination of Linguistic Style in Dialog,” proceedings of the ACL Workshop on Cognitive Modeling and Computational Linguistics, pp. 76-87, 2011.

Tan, C., L. Lee, J. Tang, L. Jiang, M. Zhou, and P. Li. “User-Level Sentiment Analysis Incorporating Social Networks,” proceedings of KDD, pp. 1397-1405, 2011.

Danescu-Niculescu-Mizil, C., L. Lee. “Don’t ‘Have A Clue’? Unsupervised Co-Learning of Downward-Entailing Operators,” proceedings of the ACL Short Papers, pp. 247-252, 2010.

Kurland, O., and L. Lee. “PageRank Without Hyperlinks: Structural Re-Ranking Using Links Induced by Language Models,” proceedings of SIGIR, pp. 306-313, 2005. Journal Version: Transactions on Information Systems, 28(4), 2010.

Lee, L. CS Department Curriculum Reform: ‘Vectors,’ Cornell University, 2010.

Yatskar, M., B. Pang, C. Danescu-Niculescu-Mizil, and L. Lee. “For the Sake of Simplicity: Unsupervised Extraction of Lexical Simplifications from Wikipedia,” proceedings of the NAACL, pp. 365-368, 2010.

Danescu-Niculescu-Mizil, C., G. Kossinets, J. Kleinberg, L. Lee. “How Opinions are Received by Online Communities: A Case Study on Amazon.com Helpfulness Votes,” Proceedings of WWW, pp. 141-150, 2009.

Danescu-Niculescu-Mizil, C., L. Lee, and R. Ducott. “Without a ‘Doubt’? Unsupervised Discovery of Downward-Entailing Operators,” proceedings of NAACL HLT, pp. 137-145, 2009.

Kurland, O., L. Lee. “Corpus Structure, Language Models, and Ad Hoc Information Retrieval,” proceedings of SIGIR, pp. 194-201, 2004. Journal Version: Transactions on Information Systems, 27(3), 2009.

Bansal, M., C. Cardie, and L. Lee. “The Power of Negative Thinking: Exploiting Label Disagreement in the Min-Cut Classification Framework,” proceedings of COLING: Companion Volume: Posters, pp. 15-18, 2008.

Pang, B., L. Lee. “Opinion Mining and Sentiment Analysis,” Foundations and Trends in Information Retrieval, 2(102), pp. 1-135, 2008.

Pang, B., L. Lee. “Using Very Simple Statistics for Review Search: An Exploration,” Proceedings of COLING: Companion Volume: Posters, pp. 73-76, 2008.

 

Sherry Martin, Formerly of Government & Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
Martin, S.L. “The Influence of Voters,” in The Routledge Handbook of Japanese Politics, Alisa Gaunder (ed.). New York: Routledge, pp. 81-91, 2011.

Martin, S.L. “Issue Evolution and Electoral Politics in Contemporary Japan,” in The Evolution of Japan’s Party System: Politics and Policy in an Era of Institutional Change, Leonard Schoppa (ed.). Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2011.

Martin, Sherry L. “The Japanese National Women’s Education Center: A Portal to Gender and Politics Data,” Asian Politics and Policy 3(2): 310-312, 2011.

Martin, S.L. “Popular Democracy in Japan: How Gender and Community Are Changing Modern Electoral Politics,”Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2011.

Martin, S.L. “Japanese Women: In Pursuit of Gender Equality,” in Women and Politics around the World, Marian L. Palley and Joyce Gelb (eds.), pp. 397-419. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, 2009.

Martin, S.L. “Surrogate Representation: Building Sustainable Linkage Structures in Contemporary Japanese Politics,” in Political Change in Japan: Electoral Behavior, Party Realignment, and The Koizumi Reforms, Steven R. Reed, Kenneth Mori McElwain, and Kay Shimizu (eds.), pp. 261-278. Stanford, CA: The Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center, 2009.

Martin, S.L. “Keeping Women in Their Place: Penetrating Male-dominated Urban and Rural Assemblies,” in Democratic Reform in Japan: Assessing the Impact, Sherry L. Martin and Gill Steel (eds.), pp. 125-149, 2008.

Martin, S.L. and G. Steel. “Democratic Reform in Japan: Assessing the Impact,” Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2008.

 

Stephen L. Morgan, Formerly of Sociology
Morgan, S.L., and D. Gelbgiser. “Mexican Ancestry, Immigrant Generation, and Educational Attainment in the United States.” Sociological Science, 2014.

Morgan, S.L., M.W. Spiller, and J.J. Todd.“Class Origins, High School Graduation, and College Entry in the United States.” Pp. 279-305 in Michelle Jackson, ed., Determined to Succeed? Performance Versus Choice in Educational Attainment. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2013.

Morgan, S.L., D. Gelbgiser, and K.A. Weeden. “Feeding the Pipeline: Gender, Occupational Plans, and College Major Selection.” Social Science Research 42:989-1005, 2013.

Morgan, S.L., T.S. Leenman, J.J. Todd, and K.A. Weeden. “Occupational Plans, Beliefs About Educational Requirements, and Patterns of College Entry.” Sociology of Education 86:197-217, 2013.

Morgan, S.L., T.S. Leenman, J.J. Todd, and K.A. Weeden. “Stutter-Step Models of Performance in School.” Social Forces 91:1451-74, 2013.

Morgan, S.L. and E.S. Taylor Poppe. “The Consequences of International Comparisons for Public Support of K-12 Education: Evidence from a National Survey Experiment.” Educational Researcher 42:262-68, 2012.

Morgan, S.L. “Models of College Entry and the Challenges of Estimating Primary and Secondary Effects.” Sociological Methods and Research 41:17-56, 2012. 

Morgan, S.L., I.Z. Mohammed, and S. Abdullahi. 2010. “Patron-Client Relationships and Low Education Among Youth in Kano, Nigeria.” African Studies Review 53:79-103.

Morgan, S.L., “Education, Social Mobility and Development.” Pp. 85-107 in Salisu Abdullahi, Ismaila Z. Mohammed, and Conerly Casey, eds., Studies in Cultural Sociology. Ibadan, Nigeria: Foludex Press, 2009.

 

Wesley Sine, Johnson Graduate School of Management
Hiatt, Shon R., and Wesley D. Sine. “Clear and present danger: Planning and new venture survival amid political and civil violence,” Strategic Management Journal, 35.5: 773-785. 2014.

David, R., D. Sine, and H. Haveman. “Institutional Change, Form Entrepreneurship, and the Legitimation of New Organizational Forms.” Organization Science, pp. 1-22, 2013. 

Park, S., Sine.W.D., and Tolbert, P. “Determinants of Organizational Compliance with Institutional Pressures.” Work and Occupations, 2011.

Tolbert, P., David, R., and W. Sine. “Studying Choice and Change: The Intersection of Institutional Theory and Entrepreneurship Research.” Organization Science, pp. 1359-1367, 2011.

Sine, W.D. and David, R. “Institutions and Entrepreneurship.” Edited Volume (21): Research in the Sociology of Work. London, UK: Emerald Books, 2010.

Hiatt, S.R., W. Sine, and P. Tolbert. “From Pabst to Pepsi: The Deinstitutionalization of Social Practices and the Emergence of Entrepreneurial Opportunities.” Administrative Science Quarterly, 54, no. 4 pp. 635-667, 2009.

Sine, W.  and B. Lee. “Tilting at Windmills? The Environmental Movement and the Emergence of the U.S. Wind Energy Sector.” Administrative Science Quarterly, 54: 123-155, 2009.

Mitsuhashi, H., S. Shane, and W. Sine.“Organizational governance form in franchising: is efficient contracting really the explanation?” Strategic Management Journal, 29:1127-1136, 2008.

 

Kathleen Vogel, Formerly of Science & Technology Studies
Vogel, K., and C.M Knight. Vogel, “Analytic Outreach for Intelligence: Insights from a Workshop on Emerging Biotechnology Threats,” Intelligence and National Security, 1-19, 2014.

Vogel, K. “Expert Knowledge in Intelligence Assessments: Bird Flu and Bioterrorism,” International Security, Vol. 38, No. 3, 39-771, 2013.

Vogel, K. Op-Ed, “Improving Intelligence on Emerging Bioweapons Threats: New Engagements Needed Between Intelligence and Academia,” Virtual Biosecurity Center, 2013

Vogel, K. “Intelligent assessment: Putting emerging biotechnology threats in context,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, Vol. 69, No. 1, 43-52, 2013.

Vogel, K. “Necessary Interventions: Expertise and Experiments in Bioweapons Intelligence Assessments,” Science, Technology & Innovation Studies, Vol. 9, No. 2, 61-88, 2013.

Vogel, K. “The Need for Greater Multidisciplinary, Sociotechnical Analysis: The Bioweapons Case,” Studies in Intelligence, Vol. 57, No. 3, 2013.

Vogel, K. “Phantom Menace or Looming Danger?  A New Framework for Assessing Bioweapons Threats,”  Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2013.

Vogel, K. “Assessing the Legacy of The Soviet Bioweapons Program,” The Nonproliferation Review, 473-480, 2012.

Vogel, K. Op-Ed, “Making Anthrax,” Virtual Biosecurity Center, 2011.

Vogel, K. and S.B Ouagrham-Gormley. “The Social Context Shaping Bioweapons (Non)Proliferation,” in Biosecurity and Bioterrorism: Biodefense Strategy, Practice, and Science.  Vol. 8, No. 1, pp. 9-24, 2010.

Vogel, K. “Biodefense: Considering the Socio-Technical Dimension,” in Biosecurity Interventions: Global Health and Security in Question, Andrew Lakoff and Stephen J. Collier (eds.).  New York: Columbia University Press, 2008.

Vogel, K. “Iraqi Winnebagos of Death: Imagined and Realized Futures of U.S. Bioweapons Threat Assessments,” Science and Public Policy, Vol. 35, No. 8, 61-573, 2008.

Vogel, K. “Framing Biosecurity: An Alternative to the Biotech Revolution Model?”  Science and Public Policy, Vol. 35, No. 1, 45-54, 2008.

 

Michele Williams, Organizational Behavior
Williams, M. and Emich, K. “The Experience of Failed Humor: Implications for Interpersonal Affect Regulation,” Journal of Business and Psychology, 2014.

Williams, M. “Is It Me or Her? How Gender Composition Influences Interpersonally Sensitive Behavior on Collaborative Cross-Boundary Projects,” Organization Science, 2014.

Williams, M. and Kalins, A. “When Do Female-Owned Businesses Out-Survive Male-Owned Businesses? A Disaggregated Approach by Industry and Geography,” Journal of Business Venturing, 2014. 

Williams, M., Carroll, J.S. and Gallivan, T. “The Ins and Outs of Change of Shift Hand offs Between Nurses: A Communication Challenge,” British Medical Journal: Quality and Safety, 2012.

Williams, M. “Perspective Talking: Building Positive Interpersonal Connections and Trustworthiness One Interaction at a Time,” The Oxford Handbook of Positive Organizational Scholarship, 2012.

Williams, M., Waber, B., Carroll, J. and Pentland, A. “A Voice is Worth a Thousand Words: The Implications of the Micro-Coding of Social Signals in Speech For Trust Research,” Handbook of Research Methods on Trust, 2012.

Williams, M. “Building and Rebuilding Trust: Why Perspective Talking Matters,” Restoring Trust in Organizations and Leaders: Enduring Challenges and Emerging Answers, 2011.

Publication citations for the 2013 cohort and the 2008 cohort have been updated as of January, 2015.