Please see my CV for a list of published papers, projects underway, and grants.
Coppock, Alexander, Thomas J. Leeper, and Kevin J. Mullinix. 2018. "The Generalizability of Heterogeneous Treatment Effects Estimates Across Samples." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115(49): 12441-12446. Link.
Mullinix, Kevin J. 2018. "Civic Duty and Political Preference Formation." Political Research Quarterly. 71(1): 199-214. Link.
Kernell, Georgia and Kevin J. Mullinix. 2018. "Winners, Losers, and Perceptions of Vote (Mis)counting." International Journal of Public Opinion Research. Link.
Druckman, James N., Adam J. Howat, and Kevin J. Mullinix. 2018. "Graduate Advising in Experimental Research Groups." PS: Political Science and Politics. Link.
Leeper, Thomas J. and Kevin J. Mullinix. 2018. "Motivated Reasoning." In Oxford Bibliographies. Link.
Mullinix, Kevin J. 2016. "Partisanship and Preference Formation: Competing Motivations, Elite Polarization, and Issue Importance." Political Behavior 38(2): 383-411. Link. LSE_post.
Robison, Joshua and Kevin J. Mullinix. 2016. "Elite Polarization and Public Opinion: How Polarization is Communicated and Its Effects." Political Communication 33: 261-282. Link.
Mullinix, Kevin J., Thomas J. Leeper, James N. Druckman, and Jeremy Freese. 2015. "The Generalizability of Survey Experiments." Journal of Experimental Political Science 2(2): 109-138. Link. Pre-Print PDF. MonkeyCage.
Mullinix, Kevin J. 2015. "Presidential Debates, Partisan Motivations, and Political Interest." Presidential Studies Quarterly 45(2): 270-288. Link.
Druckman, James N., Thomas J. Leeper, and Kevin J. Mullinix. 2014. "The Experimental Study of Legislative Behaviour." In The Oxford Handbook of Legislative Studies. Link.
Sharp, Elaine B. and Kevin J. Mullinix. 2012. "Holding Their Feet to the Fire: Explaining Variation in City Governments' Use of Controls on Economic Development Subsidies." Economic Development Quarterly 26(2): 138-150. Link.
Mullinix, Kevin J. 2011. "Lingering Debates and Innovative Advances: The State of Public Opinion Research." Policy Studies Journal 39(s1): 61-76. Link.