Matthew Hayes
Matthew Hayes
Associate Professor of Political Science, Washington University in St. Louis
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Pitch perfect: Vocal pitch and the emotional intensity of congressional speech
BJ Dietrich, M Hayes, DZ O’brien
American Political Science Review 113 (4), 941-962, 2019
Openness, extraversion and the intention to emigrate
D Canache, M Hayes, JJ Mondak, SC Wals
Journal of Research in Personality 47 (4), 351-355, 2013
The symbolic benefits of descriptive and substantive representation
M Hayes, MV Hibbing
Political Behavior 39, 31-50, 2017
A progressive supervised-learning approach to generating rich civil strife data
PF Nardulli, SL Althaus, M Hayes
Sociological methodology 45 (1), 148-183, 2015
Determinants of perceived skin-color discrimination in Latin America
D Canache, M Hayes, JJ Mondak, MA Seligson
The Journal of Politics 76 (2), 506-520, 2014
Redistricting, responsiveness, and issue attention
M Hayes, MV Hibbing, T Sulkin
Legislative Studies Quarterly 35 (1), 91-115, 2010
Biological and psychological influences on political trust
JJ Mondak, M Hayes, D Canache
Handbook on political trust, 143-159, 2017
Personality and political behavior
M Cawvey, M Hayes, D Canache, JJ Mondak
Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics, 2017
Biological and psychological influences on interpersonal and political trust
M Cawvey, M Hayes, D Canache, JJ Mondak
The Oxford handbook of social and political trust, 119-148, 2018
Networks, interdependence, and social influence in politics
R Huckfeldt, JJ Mondak, M Hayes, MT Pietryka, J Reilly
Race–gender bias in white Americans’ preferences for gun availability
M Hayes, D Fortunato, MV Hibbing
Journal of public policy 41 (4), 818-834, 2021
Personality and victimization in the Americas
M Cawvey, M Hayes, D Canache, JJ Mondak
International Review of Victimology 24 (1), 123-139, 2018
Who sees corruption? The bases of mass perceptions of political corruption in Latin America
D Canache, M Cawvey, M Hayes, JJ Mondak
Journal of Politics in Latin America 11 (2), 133-160, 2019
SPEED’s societal stability protocol and the study of civil unrest: An overview and comparison with other event data projects
M Hayes, P Nardulli
Cline Center for Democracy, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2011
Event data, civil unrest and the social, political and economic event database (SPEED) project: post World War II trends in political protests and violence
PF Nardulli, K Leetaru, M Hayes
Annual meeting of the International Studies Association, Quebec, Canada, 2011
Nostalgia isn't what it used to be: Partisan polarization in views on the past
MV Hibbing, M Hayes, R Deol
Social Science Quarterly 98 (1), 230-243, 2017
The SPEED Project’s Societal Stability Protocol: An Overview
PF Nardulli, M Hayes, J Bajjalieh, A Singh
White paper, Cline Center for Democracy—The University of Illinois, 2013
Signaling race, ethnicity, and gender with names: Challenges and recommendations
EM Elder, M Hayes
The Journal of Politics, 2023
Symbols of the struggle: Descriptive representation and issue-based symbolism in US House speeches
BJ Dietrich, M Hayes
The Journal of politics 85 (4), 1368-1384, 2023
Race and Symbolic Politics in the US Congress
BJ Dietrich, M Hayes
PS: Political Science & Politics 55 (2), 281-283, 2022
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