Forthcoming

Bond, R. M., & Sweitzer, M. D. (in press). Political homophily in a large-scale online communication network. Communication Research. doi:10.1177/0093650218813655

Coronel, J. C., Poulsen, S., & Sweitzer, M. D. (in press). Investigating the generation and spread of numerical misinformation: A combined eye movement approach. Human Communication Research.

Holt, L. F., & Sweitzer, M. D. (in press). More than a black and white issue: Ethnic identity, social dominance orientation, and support for the Black Lives Matter movement. Self and Identity. doi:10.1080/15298868.2018.1524788

2019

Berkemer, S. J., Cheong, S. L., Edgerton, J., Kogan, M., Laisshram, R., Pacheco, A. R., Shannon, A., Sweitzer, M. D., & Wang, X. (2019). A study on public transport mobility flows in Singapore. In 2018 Complex Systems Summer School Proceedings, (pp. 22). Santa Fe, NM: Santa Fe Institute. Retrieved from https://wiki.santafe.edu/images/9/9d/Proceedings_2018_v2.pdf

Gunda, T., Sweitzer, M. D., Comer, K. T., Finn, C., Murillo-Sandoval, S., & Huff, J. (2019). Evolution of water narratives in local U.S. newspapers: A case study of Utah and Georgia. In 2018 Complex Systems Summer School Proceedings, (pp. 9). Santa Fe, NM: Santa Fe Institute. Retrieved from https://wiki.santafe.edu/images/9/9d/Proceedings_2018_v2.pdf

2018

Coronel, J. C., & Sweitzer, M. D. (2018). Remembering political messages in dynamic information environments: Insights from eye movements. Human Communication Research, 44(4), 374-398. doi:10.1093/hcr/hqy006

Shulman, H. C., & Sweitzer, M. D. (2018a). Advancing framing theory: Designing an equivalency frame to improve political information processing. Human Communication Research, 44(2), 155-175. doi:10.1093/hcr/hqx006

Shulman, H. C., & Sweitzer, M. D. (2018b). Varying metacognition through public opinion questions: How language can affect political engagement. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 37(2), 224-237. doi:10.1177/0261927X17707557

Sweitzer, M. D., & Shulman, H. C. (2018). The effects of metacognition in survey research: Experimental, cross-sectional, and content-analytic evidence. Public Opinion Quarterly, 82(4), 745-768. doi:10.1093/poq/nfy034