Reuben Kline
Reuben Kline
Assistant Professor of Political Science, Stony Brook University
Verified email at stonybrook.edu - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
I’m not voting for her: Polling discrepancies and female candidates
CT Stout, R Kline
Political Behavior 33 (3), 479-503, 2011
242011
A new approach for evaluating climate change communication
AS Levine, R Kline
Climatic Change 142 (1-2), 301-309, 2017
232017
How we count counts: The empirical effects of using coalitional potential to measure the effective number of parties
R Kline
Electoral Studies 28 (2), 261-269, 2009
202009
Ashamed not to vote for an African-American; ashamed to vote for a woman: An analysis of the Bradley effect from 1982-2006
C Stout, R Kline
142008
How many political parties are there, really? A new measure of the ideologically cognizable number of parties/party groupings
B Grofman, R Kline
Party Politics 18 (4), 523-544, 2012
132012
Evaluating the impact of vice presidential selection on voter choice
B Grofman, R Kline
Presidential Studies Quarterly 40 (2), 303-309, 2010
132010
Passing it along: Experiments on creating the negative externalities of climate change
AD Ponte, AW Delton, R Kline, NA Seltzer
The Journal of Politics 79 (4), 1444-1448, 2017
112017
When foul play seems fair: Exploring the link between just deserts and honesty
F Galeotti, R Kline, R Orsini
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 142, 451-467, 2017
62017
Passive non-participation versus strategic defection in a collective risk social dilemma
A Bynum, R Kline, O Smirnov
Journal of Theoretical Politics 28 (1), 138-158, 2016
52016
Racial Salience, Viability, and the Wilder Effect: Evaluating Polling Accuracy for Black Candidates
CT Stout, R Kline
Public Opinion Quarterly 79 (4), 994-1014, 2015
52015
High-risk high-reward investments to mitigate climate change
TM Andrews, AW Delton, R Kline
Nature Climate Change 8 (10), 890, 2018
42018
A New Measure for Understanding the Tenure of US Supreme Court Justices 1789-2009
B Grofman, R Kline
Judicature 93, 247, 2009
32009
Differentiated responsibilities and prosocial behaviour in climate change mitigation
R Kline, N Seltzer, E Lukinova, A Bynum
Nature Human Behaviour 2 (9), 653, 2018
22018
Personality and Prosocial Behavior: A Multilevel Meta-Analysis
R Kline, A Bankert, L Levitan, P Kraft
Political Science Research and Methods, 1-18, 2017
22017
Differentiated responsibilities and prosocial behavior in climate change mitigation: Behavioral evidence from the United States and China
R Kline, N Seltzer, E Lukinova, A Bynum
Available at SSRN 2822093, 2016
22016
Supermajority voting, social indifference and status quo constraints
R Kline
Journal of Theoretical Politics 26 (2), 312-330, 2014
22014
Towards an improved methodology in analyzing corruption: Insights from citizen responses to corrupt practices across countries
S Banuri, RTA Croson, R Kline, CC Eckel
Available at SSRN 1883754, 2008
22008
Loss-Framed Arguments Can Stifle Political Activism
AS Levine, R Kline
Journal of Experimental Political Science, 1-9, 2019
12019
When does self-interest motivate political engagement? The case of climate change
A Levine, R Kline
The Case of Climate Change (March 12, 2017), 2017
12017
Distributional Equity in Climate Change Policy: Responsibility, Capacity, and Vulnerability
R Kline, A Mahajan, D Tingley
12016
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