Publications (Full CV)
Clifford, Scott, and Ben Gaskins. “Trust Me, I Believe in God: Candidate Religiosity as a Signal of Trustworthiness.” Forthcoming at American Politics Research. [PDF]
Clifford, Scott, Vijeth Iyengar, Roberto Cabeza, and Walter Sinnott-Armstrong. “Moral Foundations Vignettes: A Standardized Stimulus Database of Scenarios Based on Moral Foundations Theory.” Forthcoming at Behavior Research Methods. [PDF] [Recommended Vignettes]
Clifford, Scott and Jennifer Jerit. “Do Attempts to Increase Respondent Attention Increase Socially Desirability Bias?” Forthcoming at Public Opinion Quarterly. [PDF]
Clifford, Scott, Jennifer Jerit, Carlisle Rainey, and Matt Motyl. 2015. “Moral Concerns and Policy Attitudes: Investigating the Influence of Elite Rhetoric.” Political Communication 33(2): 229-248. [PDF]
Clifford, Scott and Jennifer Jerit. 2014. “Is There a Cost to Convenience? An Experimental Comparison of Data Quality in Laboratory and Online Studies.” Journal of Experimental Political Science 1(2): 120-131. [PDF]
Clifford, Scott. 2014. “Linking Issue Stances and Trait Inferences: A Theory of Moral Exemplification.” Journal of Politics 76(3): 698-710. [PDF] [Online Appendix]
Clifford, Scott and Jennifer Jerit. 2013. “How Words Do the Work of Politics: Moral Foundations Theory and the Debate over Stem Cell Research.” Journal of Politics 75(3). [PDF]
Jerit, Jennifer, Jason Barabas and Scott Clifford. 2013. “Comparing Contemporaneous Laboratory and Field Experiments on Media Effects.” Public Opinion Quarterly 77(1): 256-282. [PDF]
- Best Paper presented on an Experimental Politics panel at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, 2011.
- Roberta Sigel Award for Best Paper by a Junior Scholar at the annual meeting of the International Society for Political Psychology Meeting, 2011.
Clifford, Scott. 2012. “Reassessing the Unequal Representation of Latinos and African Americans.” Journal of Politics 74 (3): 903-916. [PDF]
- American Political Science Association Lawrence Longley Award for the Best Article on Representation and Electoral Systems, 2012.
“Cheating on Knowledge Questions in Online Surveys: An Assessment of the Problem and Solutions.” With Jennifer Jerit.
“Are Samples Drawn from Mechanical Turk Valid for Research on Political Ideology?” With Ryan Jewell and Philip Waggoner. [PDF]
“Validating a Short Form of the Moral Foundations Vignettes.” With Vijeth Iyengar and Walter Sinnott-Armstrong.
“Confirming the Worst: Candidate Rumors and Character Trait Perceptions.”
“Framing Food Politics: Disgust Persuades, Moralizes, and Polarizes”