Vox.com covered my research in discussing Democratic election losses (December 8, 2015).
The Washington Post quoted me in discussing the Iran nuclear negotiations (September 2, 2015).
538.com reported on my work with Eitan Hersh about the use of data in political campaigns (August 10, 2015).
The Washington Post quoted me about good looks not affecting elections (June 14, 2015).
The Washington Post on my work with Anthony Fowler "Modern campaigning has big effects on voter turnout" (May 18, 2015).
The Crimson wrote extensively about my work day as Harvard faculty (March 12, 2015).
My undergraduate Political Psychology course received some credit for helping shape leadership for the Harvard basketball team (February 17, 2015). This was also reported in the Bleacher Report (February 22, 2015). And the Wall Street Journal covered it in discussing the Harvard Yale Game (March 12, 2015).
Some of my findings on voter registration and the legacy of the Voting Rights Act were discussed in the UpShot at the New York Times (February 13, 2015).
Vox.com discussed my research on contact and race relations in the United States (February 10, 2015).
The Harvard Gazette wrote about the launch of the Harvard Digital Lab for the Social Sciences (November 10, 2014).
I gave some thoughts to Discovery News about the urban/rural political divide in the United States (November 7, 2014).
The Chicago Policy Review wrote about my "trains experiment" (November 7, 2014).
I was on WGBH Greater Boston talking about the causes of voter turnout (November 4, 2014).
Fivethirtyeight.com quoted me about the role of racial threat in Texas politics (November 4, 2014).
Harvard Magazine covered my research in an article "Unraveling 'Racial Threat'" (August 15, 2014).
I was quoted In NYMag about surveys to detect bigotry (May 14, 2014). This was also covered by Andrew Sullivan (May 14, 2014). I followed up on this subject on the evidence for a rise in anti-semitism on the BBC World Service (August 15, 2014), which was covered in the BBC Magazine (August 20, 2014).
Anthony Fowler and I wrote about research with Lynn Vavreck at the LSE USAPP Blog (March 27, 2014).
On WBUR's Radio Boston I discussed "microaggresions" (March 26, 2014).
Anthony Fowler and I further updated our work on the effectiveness of GOTV in 2012 in the Monkey Cage Blog at theWashington Post. This was also covered by Bloomberg View, Mother Jones (February 27, 2014), and the New York Times (May 2, 2014). Mark Mellman also wrote about it in The Hill (May 13, 2014).
My experiment on diversity and exclusionary attitudes was covered the Boston Globe (front page, "above the fold"). This was also covered by Business Insider Australia and Fox News Latino (February 25, 2014). Tom Keane also wrote about this in his opinion column in the Boston Globe (March 2, 2014). Journalist's Resource also wrote a summary (March 28, 2014).
My commentary about the effects of good-looking politicians appeared in the Monkey Cage Blog at the Washington Post (November 13, 2013).
I was interviewed in The Atlantic about rewriting the United States Constitution (November 2, 2013).
Work by Eitan Hersh and I was covered by the Monkey Cage Blog at the Washington Post. (October 11, 2013).
Anthony Fowler and I wrote about the effectiveness of Obama's voter mobilization on the Monkey Cage blog (May 7, 2013). This was picked up by The Atlantic, National Journal, and The American Prospect.
Here is my interview on MSNBC's Up with Steve Kornacki about my immigration research (April 28, 2013).
My interview with AmericasDemocrats.org about the effects of intergroup conflict on the Democratic coalition.
I blogged about the 2012 campaign at Model Politics. A blog that uses original survey data from YouGov/Polimetrix.
The Examiner picked up some old research and applied it to the "Fiscal Cliff" (November 14, 2012).
I was on the the the Marketplace 2012 Election Tour on WCPN Cleveland (October 1, 2012) and WGBH Boston (October 9, 2012). You can see video of the Cleveland show here. Here is a photo of Lynn Vavreck and I on the show by Stuart Pearl.
Salon quoted me about Mitt Romney and the "47%" (September 18, 2012).
Columbia Journalism Review covered my work about racial attitudes and Romney's welfare ads (September 17, 2012).
The Monkey Cage posted my work on facial competence and specifically Romney's attractiveness. This was picked up by Washington Monthly, National Journal, American Prospect, BostInno, and the Daily Mail (August 31, 2012).
I gave a lecture on ``Demographic change and national politics'' at the Northeastern University School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs, Open Classroom Policy Series, March 23, 2011. The videos of my talk are below. The first is my lecture, the second is question and answer with Barry Bluestone.
The Harvard Gazette covered my research (May 8, 2011).
The Los Angeles Times ran an editorial by Costas Panagopoulos describing the amici curiae filed by Costas, myself, Conor Dowling, and Anthony Fowler (March 28, 2011).
Below is a video of my 2011 undergraduate political psychology class flash mobbing my lecture.
The Tuscon Sentinel covered the implications of my research on knowledge of people making over $250,000 (December 28, 2010).
Andrew Sullivan has related some of my blog postings at the Daily Dish. He also related research that I did with Anthony Fowler (November 9, 2010) (and this one, which he didn't like as much (December 13, 2010)).
Emily Badger wrote more about the voting participation research at Miller-McCune (December 14, 2010).
In the winter 2010 issue of UCLA Graduate Quarterly, I was covered for winning the UCLA Distinguished Teaching Award.
My research was covered in the Winter 2009 issue, along with six of my UCLA Political Science graduate student colleagues.
In the weeks leading up to the 2008 Presidential Election, I contributed to The Sprint , the UCLA blog on the 2008 race.
The blog got a short mention by the LA Times (September 15, 2008).
You can hear my interview on UCLA Radio, from election night 2008.
And you can see me on video talking about the "Bradley Effect" prior to the 2008 Presidential Election.