Kinder, Donald R. and Cindy D. Kam.  2009.  Us Against Them: Ethnocentric Foundations of American Opinion. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Kam, Cindy D. and Robert J. Franzese, Jr.  2007.  Modeling and Interpreting Interactive Hypotheses in Regression Analysis.  Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press.


Kam, Cindy D. and Camille D. Burge.  2018.  “Uncovering Reactions to the Racial Resentment Scale Across the Racial Divide.” Journal of Politics 80(1): 314-320.

Kam, Cindy D. 2017.  “The Polls – Trends: Obesity.”  Public Opinion Quarterly 81(4): 973-995.

Kam, Cindy D. and Marc J. Trussler.  2017.  “At the Nexus of Experimental and Observational Research: Theory, Specification, and Analysis of Experiments with Heterogeneous Treatment Effects.”  Political Behavior 39(4): 789-815.

Levine, Adam Seth and Cindy D. Kam.  2017.  “Organizations, Credibility, and the Psychology of Collective Action.”  Political Communication 34(2): 200-220.

Kam, Cindy D., Allison M.N. Archer, and John G. Geer.  2017.  “Courting the Women’s Vote: The Emotional, Cognitive, and Persuasive Effects of Gender-Based Appeals in Campaign Advertisements.” Political Behavior 39(1): 51-75.

Kam, Cindy D. and Beth A. Estes.  2016.  “Disgust Sensitivity and Public Demand for Protection.”  Journal of Politics 78(2): 481-496.

Eckles, David, Cindy D. Kam, Cherie L. Maestas, and Brian Schaffner.  2014.  “Risk Attitudes and Incumbency Advantage.”  Political Behavior 36(4): 731-749.

Utych, Stephen M. and Cindy D. Kam. 2014. “Viability, Information Seeking, and Vote Choice.” Journal of Politics 76(1): 152-166.  Replication files.

Kam, Cindy D. and Elizabeth J. Zechmeister. 2013. “Name Recognition and Candidate Support.” American Journal of Political Science 57(4): 971-986.

Kam, Cindy D. and Elizabeth N. Simas.  2012.  “Risk Attitudes, Candidate Characteristics, and Vote Choice.” Public Opinion Quarterly 76(4): 747-760.

Kam, Cindy D. 2012.  “Risk Attitudes and Political Participation.  American Journal of Political Science 56(4): 817-836. Replication files.

Kam, Cindy D. and Donald R. Kinder.  2012.  “Ethnocentrism as a Short-Term Force in the 2008 American Presidential Election.”  American Journal of Political Science 56(2): 326-340. Replication file.

Kam, Cindy D. and Stephen M. Utych.  2011.  “Close Elections and Cognitive Engagement.”  Journal of Politics 73(4): 1251-1266.

Kam, Cindy D. and Carl L. Palmer.  2011.  “Rejoinder: Re-investigating the Causal Relationship between Higher Education and Political Participation.”  Journal of Politics 73(3): 659-663.

Highton, Benjamin and Cindy D. Kam.  2011.  “The Long-Term Dynamics of Partisanship and Issue Orientations.”  Journal of Politics 73(1): 202-215.

Kam, Cindy D. and Elizabeth N. Simas.  2010.  “Risk Orientations and Policy Frames.” Journal of Politics 72(2): 381-396.

Kam, Cindy D.  2009.  “Gender and Economic Voting, Revisited.”  Electoral Studies, special issue on The American Voter, Revisited, 28(4): 615-624.

Kam, Cindy D. and Jennifer M. Ramos.  2008.  “Joining and Leaving the Rally: Understanding the Surge and Decline in Presidential Approval Following 9/11.”  Public Opinion Quarterly 72(4): 619-650.

Kam, Cindy D. and Carl L. Palmer.  2008.  “Reconsidering the Effects of Education on Political Participation.”  Journal of Politics 70(3): 612-631.

Kam, Cindy D. and Yunju Nam.  2008.  “Reaching Out or Pulling Back: Macroeconomic Conditions and Public Support for Social Welfare Spending.”  Political Behavior 30(2): 223-258.

Kam, Cindy D., Elizabeth J. Zechmeister, and Jennifer R. Wilking.  2008.  “From the Gap to the Chasm: Gender and Participation Among Non-Hispanic Whites and Mexican-Americans.”  Political Research Quarterly 61(2): 228-238.

Kam, Cindy D., Jennifer R. Wilking, and Elizabeth J. Zechmeister.  2007.  “Beyond the ‘Narrow Data Base’: Another Convenience Sample for Experimental Research.”  Political Behavior 29(4): 415-440.

Fowler, James H. and Cindy D. Kam.  2007.  “Beyond the Self: Social Identity, Altruism, and Political Participation.”  Journal of Politics 69(3): 813-827.

Kam, Cindy D. and Robert A. Mikos.  2007.  “Do Citizens Care about Federalism?  An Experimental Test.” Journal of Empirical Legal Studies. 4(3): 589-624.

Kam, Cindy D.  2007.  “Implicit Attitudes, Explicit Choices: When Subliminal Priming Predicts Candidate Preference.” Political Behavior 29(3): 343-367.

Kam, Cindy D. and Donald R. Kinder.  2007.  “Terror and Ethnocentrism: Foundations of American Support for the War on Terrorism.”  Journal of Politics 69(2): 318-336.

Kam, Cindy D.  2007.  “When Duty Calls, Do Citizens Answer?” Journal of Politics 69(1): 17-29.

Kam, Cindy D.  2006.  “Political Campaigns and Open-Minded Thinking.” Journal of Politics 68(4): 931-945.

Fowler, James H. and Cindy D. Kam.  2006.  “Patience as a Political Virtue: Delayed Gratification and Turnout.”  Political Behavior 28(2): 113-128.

Kam, Cindy D. and Barbara Sommer.  2006.  “Real-Time Polling Technology in a Public Opinion Course.”  PS: Political Science and Politics 39(1): 113-117.

Kam, Cindy D.  2005.  “Who Toes the Party Line?  Cues, Values, and Individual Differences.”  Political Behavior 27(2): 163-182.

Other Publications

Kam, Cindy D. 2012.  “The Psychological Veracity of Zaller’s Model.”  Critical Review 24(4): 545-567.

Druckman, James N. and Cindy D. Kam.  2011.  “Students as Experimental Participants: A Defense of the ‘Narrow Data Base’.”  In Handbook of Experimental Political Science, eds. James N. Druckman, Donald P. Green, James H. Kuklinski, and Arthur Lupia.  New York: Cambridge University Press, 41-57.

Kam, Cindy D.  2010.  Review of The Partisan Sort: How Liberals Became Democrats and Conservatives Became Republicans, by Matthew Levendusky.  Perspectives on Politics 8(4): 1236-1238.

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