Bryce J. Dietrich
If a Picture is Worth a Thousand Words, What is a Video Worth?
Exploring the C-SPAN Archives: Advancing the Research Agenda
, Robert X. Browning, ed. Purdue University Press, 2015.
Personality and Legislative Politics: The Big Five Trait Dimensions among U.S. State Legislators
(with Scott Lasley, Jeffery J. Mondak, Megan L. Remmel and Joel Turner), 2012,
Elite Political Behavior
Emotional Arousal Predicts Votes on the Supreme Court.
(with Ryan D. Enos and Maya Sen) (
When Candidates Debate, Does Social Media Listen?
(with Courtney Juelich) (
Social Polarization in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Issue Attention in the U.S. House of Representatives.
This Floor Speech Will Be Televised: Understanding the Factors that Influence When and Where Floor Speeches Appear on Cable Television.
(with Dan Schultz and Tracey Jaquith)
Racial Rhetoric in Black and White: Symbolic References in U.S. House Speeches.
(with Matt Hayes) (
Pitch Perfect: Vocal Pitch and the Emotional Intensity of Congressional Speech on Women.
(with Matt Hayes and Diana O'Brien)
Race, Deliberation, and Voter Identification Laws.
(with Matt Hayes)
Understanding the Effect of the Travel Ban on Immigration Tweets in the United States. (with Caglar Koylu and Elizabeth Menninga)
Implicit Gender/Racial Bias
Gender Dynamics in Elite Political Contexts: Evidence from Supreme Court Oral Arguments.
(with Ryan D. Enos and Maya Sen)
Police Interactions as Complex Social Interactions: Situational Analysis of Police Minority Encounters.
(with David A. Makin, Dale W. Willits, Wendy Koslicki, Rachael Brooks, and Rachel L. Bailey) (
Seeing is Believing: How Video of Police Action Affects Criminal Justice Beliefs.
(with Paul Testa)
Using Public Video Feeds to Understand Intergroup Exposure on the Streets of New York. (with Melissa Sands)
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