Publications.


Working papers. 

Nail, Stephanie A. (2017). “Strategic Agenda Setting and Election Timing in the U.S. House.” Dissertation Paper.         ** UC Merced Political Science Best Graduate Student Paper (2016) **

Nail, Stephanie A. (2017). “Disjoint Delegations: Disentangling the Effect of Party Label on Inference.”                               Dissertation Paper. ** UC Merced Political Science Best Graduate Student Paper (2017) **

LeVeck, Brad L. and Stephanie A. Nail. (2018). “The Informational Value of Party Labels and Legislator Voting                Records.” Dissertation Paper.

Nail, Stephanie A.(2018). “How Much Will Voters Pay for a “Bit” of Information?” Dissertation Paper. (Job Market        Paper). 

Nail, Stephanie A. (2018). “Ineffective Attribution Testing: An exploration of individual differences in cognition             between Liberals and Conservatives.” ** UC Merced Political Science Best Graduate Student Paper (2018) ** 

Theodoridis, Alexander G., Stephanie A. Nail, and Graham Bullock. (2018). “It’s the End of the World as We                    Know It? Utility for Outcomes and the Structure of Opinion on Climate Change.”

Fortunato, David, Matthew L. Hibbing, and Stephanie A. Nail. (2018). “Strategic Voting: An Investigation of                    Preferences and Voting Behavior.”

Goggin, Stephen N., Stephanie A.Nail, and Alexander G. Theodoridis (2018). “Partisan Cognition.” In Oxford                 Encyclopedia of Political Decision Making ed. David R. Redlawsk.