Gabriel S. Lenz    

Associate Professor, MIT 



Selected papers

        "Using Mechanical Turk As a Subject Recruitment Tool for Experimental Research" (with Adam J. Berinsky and Gregory A. Huber). | Supporting Materials | Code for surveys | Code for panels   

           -- Under review.


       "Looking the part: Television Leads Less Informed Citizens to Vote Based on Candidates’ Appearance" (with Chappell Lawson). American Journal of Political Science (Forthcoming)| Supporting materials            


       "Looking Like a Winner: Candidate Appearance and Electoral Success in New Democracies" (with Chappell Lawson, Andy Baker, and Michael Myers). World Politics 62, no. 4 (October 2010) | Supporting materials


       "Learning and Opinion Change, Not Priming: Reconsidering the Evidence for the Priming Hypothesis" American Journal of Political Science 53, no. 4 (October 2009) | Supporting materials

           -- Winner of best article published in the American Journal of Political Science in 2009.


       "Exploiting a Rare Communication Shift to Document the Persuasive Power of the News Media" (with Jonathan Ladd). American Journal of Political Science 53, no. 2 (April 2009) pp.394-410 | Supporting materials


       "Reassessing the Role of Anxiety in Vote Choice" (with Jonathan Ladd). Political Pyschology 29, no. 2. (April 2008) pp. 275-296.


       "The Consequences of Income Inequality for Redistributive Policy in the United States" In Kathryn N. Neckerman, ed., Social Inequality (New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 2004).