Laura B. Stephenson, Ph.D.

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2003 Duke University, Durham, NC 
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John Aldrich grad student 2003 Duke
 (The road less traveled: Alternative paths to liberal market efficiency.)
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Laslier JF, Blais A, Bol D, et al. (2015) The EuroVotePlus experiment European Union Politics. 16: 601-615
Michael McGregor R, Caruana NJ, Stephenson LB. (2015) Negative Partisanship in a Multi-party System: The Case of Canada Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties. 25: 300-316
Caruana NJ, McGregor RM, Stephenson LB. (2014) The Power of the Dark Side: Negative Partisanship and Political Behaviour in Canada Canadian Journal of Political Science
Stephenson LB, Crête J. (2011) Studying political behavior: A comparison of internet and telephone surveys International Journal of Public Opinion Research. 23: 24-55
Anderson CD, Stephenson LB. (2011) Environmentalism and party support in Canada: Recent trends outside Quebec Canadian Journal of Political Science. 44: 341-366
Singer MM, Stephenson LB. (2009) The political context and Duverger's theory: Evidence at the district level Electoral Studies. 28: 480-491
Coan TG, Merolla JL, Stephenson LB, et al. (2008) It's not easy being green: Minor party labels as heuristic aids Political Psychology. 29: 389-405
Merolla JL, Stephenson LB, Zechmeister EJ. (2008) Can Canadians take a hint? The (In)effectiveness of party labels as information shortcuts in Canada Canadian Journal of Political Science. 41: 673-696
Merolla JL, Stephenson LB. (2007) Strategic voting in Canada: A Cross Time Analysis Electoral Studies. 26: 235-246
Merolla JL, Stephenson LB, Zechmeister EJ. (2007) Applying experimental methods to the study of information shortcuts in Mexico | La aplicación de los métodos experimentales en el estudio de los atajos informativos en Mexico Politica Y Gobierno. 14: 117-142
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