Sam Fuller
Sam Fuller
PhD Candidate in Political Science, University of California Davis
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The role of race and scientific trust on support for COVID-19 social distancing measures in the United States
S Kazemian, S Fuller, C Algara
PLoS One 16 (7), e0254127, 2021
The interactive effects of scientific knowledge and gender on COVID‐19 social distancing compliance
C Algara, S Fuller, C Hare, S Kazemian
Social Science Quarterly 102 (1), 7-16, 2021
The conditional effect of scientific knowledge and gender on support for COVID-19 government containment policies in a Partisan America
C Algara, S Fuller, C Hare
Politics & Gender 16 (4), 1075-1083, 2020
Populism and the affective partisan space in nine European publics: Evidence from a cross-national survey
S Fuller, W Horne, J Adams, N Gidron
Frontiers in Political Science 4, 2022
Assessing the effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccine lotteries: A cross-state synthetic control methods approach
S Fuller, S Kazemian, C Algara, DJ Simmons
Plos one 17 (9), e0274374, 2022
The Dangers of Calculating Conditional Effects: A Reevaluation of Barber and Pope (2019)
S Fuller, JT Rametta
OSF, 2024
The balance permutation test: A machine learning replacement for balance tables
JT Rametta, S Fuller
OSF Preprints, 2024
Affect, Not Ideology: The Psychological Mechanisms of Partisan Information Processing
S Fuller, N de la Cerda, JT Rametta
OSF, 2023
Progressives and Never-Trumpers: Contrastive Principal Component Analysis as an Alternative for Public Opinion Analysis
S Fuller, TP Liu
Towards a General Methodology of Bridging Ideological Spaces
TP Liu, G Kato, S Fuller
Available at SSRN 3669591, 2020
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