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Chen, Philip; Melanee Thomas; Tania Gosselin and Allison Harell. (Accepted) ""What's her job?" Agentic Women, Sexism, and the

     Consequences for Political Candidate Emergence. Journal of Women, Politics, and Policy.

Chen, Philip and Amanda Savage. (2024) "Amy Coney Barrett is Not Enough: How Descriptive and Substantive Representation Shape

     Trust and Legitimacy of the Federal Courts." Political Research Quarterly. doi: 10.1177/1065912924126234. [pdf]

Chen, Philip. (2023) Racialized Courts: How Racial Attitudes Shape Perceptions of the American Judicial System. In D. Phan & J.

     Kodl (Eds.), The Annual Proceedings of the Wealth and Well-Being of Nations 2022-2023: Vol. XIV. Beloit, WI: Beloit College. (pp.


Sorensen, Ashley and Philip Chen. (2023) "She Works Hard for The Money: Explaining Racial and Gender Disparities in Campaign

     Finance. Politics, Groups, and Identities. doi: 10.1080/21565503.2023.2231894. [pdf]

Chen, Philip; Melanee Thomas; Allison Harell and Tania Gosselin. (2023) “Implicit and Explicit Gender Stereotyping in

     Canadian Politics.” Canadian Journal of Political Science, 56(1): 209-221. doi: 10.1017/S0008423922000890. [pdf]

Farhart, Christina and Philip Chen. (2022) “Racialized Pandemic: The Effects of Racial Attitudes on COVID-19 Conspiracy Theory

     Belief.” Frontiers in Political Science. doi: 10.3389/fpos.2022.648061. [pdf]

Sorensen, Ashley and Philip Chen. (2022) “Identity in Campaign Finance and Elections: The Impact of Gender and Race on Money

     Raised in U.S. House Elections.” Political Research Quarterly, 75(3): 738-753. doi: 10.1177/10659129211022846. [pdf]

Chen, Philip and Amanda Bryan. (2021) “The Legal Double Standard: Gender, Personality Information, and the Evaluation of 

     Supreme Court Nominees.” Justice System Journal, 42(3-4): 325-340. doi: 10.1080/0098261X.2021.1967231 [pdf]

Blais, Julie; Philip Chen and Scott Pruysers. (2021) “Editorial: Political Psychology: The Role of Personality in Politics.”

     Frontiers in Political Science. doi: 10.3389/fpos.2021.737790. [pdf]

Blais, Julie; Philip Chen and Scott Pruysers. (2021) “Who Complies and Who Defies? Personality and Public Health

     Compliance.” Frontiers in Political Science. doi: 10.3389/fpos.2021.660911. [pdf]

Chen, Philip; Scott Pruysers; and Julie Blais. (2021). "The Dark Side of Politics: Participation and the Dark Triad." Political Studies,

     69(3): 577-601. doi: 10.1177/0032321720911566. [pdf]

Chen, Philip and Christina Farhart. (2020). "Gender, Benevolent Sexism, and Public Health Compliance." Politics and Gender, 16(4), 

     1036-1043. doi: 10.1017/S1743923X20000495. [pdf]

Chen, Philip and Matt Luttig. (2019) “Communicating Policy Information in a Partisan Environment: The Importance of

     Causal Narratives in Political Persuasion.” Journal of Elections, Public Opinion, and Parties.

     doi: 10.1080/17457289.2019.1651319. [pdf]

Pruysers, Scott; Julie Blais; and Philip Chen. (2019) "Who Makes a Good Citizen? The Role of Personality." Personality and 

     Individual Differences, 146, 99-104. doi: 10.1016/j.paid.2019.04.007. [pdf]

Blais, Julie; Scott Pruysers; and Philip Chen. (2019) “Why do they Run? Assessing the Incremental Validity of Socio- 

     demographic Variables, General Personality, and the Dark Triad in Predicting Political Ambition." Canadian Journal of Political

     Science, 52(4), 761-779. doi: 10.1017/S0008423918001075. [pdf]

Chen, Philip. (2019) Dynamic Process Tracing Methods in the Study of Political Decision Making." Oxford Encyclopedia of

     Political Decision Making. doi: 10.1093/acrefore/9780190228637.013.883. [pdf]

Chen, Philip and Elizabeth Housholder. (2018) "Against the (Campaign) Grain: The Cross-Cutting Effects of Authoritarianism in 

     Political Campaigns." Journal of Political Marketing. doi: 10.1080/15377857.2018.1486769. [pdf]

Chen, Philip and Amanda Bryan. (2018) “Judging the 'Vapid and Hollow Charade': Citizen Evaluations and the Candor of U.S.

     Supreme Court Nominees." Political Behavior, 40(2), 495-520. doi:10.1007/s11109-017-9411-y [pdf]

Chen, Philip and Carl Palmer. (2018) "The Prejudiced Personality? Using the Big Five to Predict Susceptibility to Stereotyping 

     Behavior." American Politics Research, 46(2), 276-307. doi: 10.1177/1532673X17719720. [pdf]

Chen, Philip and Ruchika Mohanty. (2018) "Obama's Economy: Conditional Racial Spillover into Evaluations of the

     Economy." International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 30(3), 365-390. doi: 10.1093/ijpor/edx014. [pdf]

Sheagley, Geoff; Philip Chen and Christina Farhart. (2017) "Racial Resentment, Hurricane Sandy, and the Spillover of Racial

     Attitudes into Evaluations of Government Organizations." Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy, 17(1), 105-131. 

     doi:10.1111/asap.12130. [pdf]

Chen, Philip and Paul Goren. (2016) "Operational Ideology and Party Identification: A Dynamic Model of Individual-Level 

     Change in Partisan and Ideological Predispositions." Political Research Quarterly, 69(4), 703-715. 

     doi:10.1177/1065912916658551.[pdf] [replication]

Chen, Philip; Jacob Appleby; Eugene Borgida; Timothy Callaghan; Pierce Ekstrom; Christina Farhart; Elizabeth Housholder; Hannah  

     Kim; Aleksander Ksiazkiewicz; Howard Lavine; Matthew Luttig; Ruchika Mohanty; Aaron Rosenthal; Geoff Sheagley; Brianna

     Smith; Joseph Vitriol and Allison Williams. (2014) “The Minnesota Multi-Investigator 2012 Presidential Election Panel Study.”

     Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy, 14(1), 78-104. doi:10.1111/asap.12041. [pdf]

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