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Birth Order, Preferences, and Norms on the U.S. Supreme Court
2015. Law & Society Review 49:945-972.
The Psychological Origins of a Constitutional Revolution:
The Supreme Court, Birth Order, and Nationalizing the Bill of Rights
2013. Political Research Quarterly 66:441-453.
Measuring Policy Content on the U.S. Supreme Court
with Georg Vanberg, Charles E. Smith, Jr., and Gregory A. Calderia
2009. Journal of Politics 71:1305-1321.
Public Schools, Religious Establishments, and the U.S. Supreme Court:
An Examination of Policy Compliance
2009. American Politics Research 37:50-74.
Lawyers, Justices, and Issue Salience:
When and How Do Legal Arguments Affect the Supreme Court?
with Andrea McAtee. 2007. Law & Society Review 41:259-278.
The Least Dangerous Branch Revisited:
New Evidence on Supreme Court Responsiveness to Public Preferences
with James A. Stimson. Journal of Politics 66:1018-1035.
Explaining Executive Success in the U.S. Supreme Court
1998. Political Research Quarterly 51:505-26.
Issue Fluidity on the U.S. Supreme Court
1995. American Political Science Review 89:691-702.
Repeat Players in the Supreme Court:
The Role of Experienced Lawyers in Litigation Success
1995. Journal of Politics 57:187-196.
Amici Curiae and Strategies for Gaining Access to the Supreme Court
1994. Political Research Quarterly 47:821-837.
Lawyers and the U.S. Supreme Court:
The Washington Community and Legal Elites
1993. American Journal of Political Science 37:365-390.