Jacob M. Montgomery
Jacob M. Montgomery
Associate Professor of Political Science, Washington University in Saint Louis
Verified email at wustl.edu - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Turnout as a Habit
JH Aldrich, JM Montgomery, W Wood
Political Behavior 33 (4), 535-563, 2011
1662011
Bayesian Model Averaging: Theoretical developments and practical applications
JM Montgomery, B Nyhan
Political Analysis 18 (2), 245-270, 2010
1622010
How conditioning on post-treatment variables can ruin your experiment and what to do about it
JM Montgomery, B Nyhan, M Torres
1292016
Improving Predictions Using Ensemble Bayesian Model Averaging
JM Montgomery, F Hollenbach, MD Ward
Political Analysis 20 (3), 271-291, 2012
932012
Polarization and Ideology: Partisan Sources of Low Dimensionality in Scaled Roll Call Analyses
JH Aldrich, JM Montgomery, DB Sparks
Political Analysis 22 (4), 435-456, 2014
642014
Connecting the candidates: Consultant networks and the diffusion of campaign strategy in American congressional elections
B Nyhan, JM Montgomery
American Journal of Political Science 59 (2), 292-308, 2015
57*2015
Computerized Adaptive Testing for Public Opinion Surveys
JM Montgomery, J Cutler
Political Analysis 21 (2), 141-171, 2013
332013
Tree-based models for political science data
JM Montgomery, S Olivella
312015
Enforcing the minimum drinking age: state, local and agency characteristics associated with compliance checks and Cops in Shops programs
JM Montgomery, KL Foley, M Wolfson
Addiction 101 (2), 223-231, 2006
272006
An Informed Forensics Approach to Detecting Vote Irregularities
JM Montgomery, S Olivella, JD Potter, BF Crisp
Political Analysis 23 (4), 488-505, 2015
242015
Ensemble predictions of the 2012 US presidential election
JM Montgomery, FM Hollenbach, MD Ward
PS: Political Science & Politics 45 (4), 651-654, 2012
242012
The Effects of Congressional Staff Networks in the US House of Representatives
JM Montgomery, B Nyhan
The Journal of Politics 79 (3), 745-761, 2017
222017
Calibrating ensemble forecasting models with sparse data in the social sciences
JM Montgomery, FM Hollenbach, MD Ward
International Journal of Forecasting 31 (3), 930-942, 2015
13*2015
Bayesian versus maximum likelihood estimation of treatment effects in bivariate probit instrumental variable models
FM Hollenbach, JM Montgomery, A Crespo-Tenorio
Political Science Research and Methods, 1-9, 2018
12*2018
A pairwise comparison framework for fast, flexible, and reliable human coding of political texts
D Carlson, JM Montgomery
American Political Science Review 111 (4), 835-843, 2017
10*2017
Nonresponse bias on dimensions of political activity amongst political elites
JM Montgomery, A Cooper, J Reiter, S Guan
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 20 (4), 494-506, 2008
102008
Does Public Financing Affect Judicial Behavior? Evidence From the North Carolina Supreme Court
MLW Hazelton, JM Montgomery, B Nyhan
American Politics Research 44 (4), 587-617, 2016
7*2016
Static Stability and Evolving Constraint Preference Stability and Ideological Structure in the Mass Public
M Freeze, JM Montgomery
American Politics Research 44 (3), 415-447, 2016
72016
Inferring Concepts from Topics: Towards Procedures for Validating Topics as Measures
L Ying, JM Montgomery, BM Stewart
PolMeth XXXVI@ MIT, Cambridge, MA. Society for Political Methodology, 2019
22019
Party Identification in the Age of Obama: Evidence on the Sources of Stability and Systematic Change in Party Identification from a Long-Term Panel Survey
PD Tucker, JM Montgomery, SS Smith
Political Research Quarterly 72 (2), 309-328, 2019
22019
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