Steven Sylvester
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Knowing less but presuming more: Dunning-Kruger effects and the endorsement of anti-vaccine policy attitudes
M Motta, T Callaghan, S Sylvester
Social Science & Medicine 211, 274-281, 2018
Parent psychology and the decision to delay childhood vaccination
T Callaghan, M Motta, S Sylvester, KL Trujillo, CC Blackburn
Social science & medicine 238, 112407, 2019
The determinants and consequences of accurate beliefs about childhood vaccinations
MR Joslyn, SM Sylvester
American Politics Research 47 (3), 628-649, 2019
Buzz kill: State adoption of DUI interlock laws, 2005–11
SM Sylvester, DP Haider‐Markel
Policy Studies Journal 44 (4), 491-509, 2016
Autism spectrum disorder, politics, and the generosity of insurance mandates in the United States
T Callaghan, S Sylvester
PloS one 14 (5), e0217064, 2019
Private citizens as policy entrepreneurs: Evidence from autism mandates and parental political mobilization
T Callaghan, S Sylvester
Policy Studies Journal, 2019
“We Are the Visible Proof”: Legitimizing Abortion Regret Misinformation through Activists’ Experiential Knowledge
A Doan, CC Candal, S Sylvester
Law & Policy 40 (1), 33-56, 2018
Correcting Misperceptions about the MMR Vaccine: Using Psychological Risk Factors to Inform Targeted Communication Strategies
K Lunz Trujillo, M Motta, T Callaghan, S Sylvester
Political Research Quarterly, 1065912920907695, 2020
Staying in class: race, representation and student punishment
EB Sharp, DP Haider-Markel, C Bright, S Sylvester
APSA 2014 Annual Meeting Paper, 2014
Lingering Legacies: Public Attitudes about Medicaid Beneficiaries and Work Requirements
SF Haeder, S Sylvester, T Callaghan
Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, 2020
Why educated Republicans are still less likely to trust childhood vaccinations than educated Democrats
M Joslyn, S Sylvester
USAPP-American Politics and Policy Blog, 2018
Shared Stigma: The Effect of LGBT Status on Attitudes About the Opioid Epidemic
SF Haeder, S Sylvester, T Callaghan
World Medical & Health Policy, 2021
Surprise! Understanding American Experiences with Surprise Medical Bills
S Haeder, T Callaghan, S Sylvester
2020 APPAM Fall Research Conference, 2020
Encouraging COVID-19 Vaccine Uptake through Effective Health Communication
M Motta, S Sylvester, T Callaghan, KL Trujillo
SocArXiv, 2020
Why Don’t You Just Get a Job? Public Attitudes about Medicaid Beneficiaries and Work Requirements
T Callaghan, S Haeder, S Sylvester
2019 Annual Research Meeting, 2019
Dunning-Kruger Effects and the Endorsement of Anti-Vaccine Policy Attitudes
T Callaghan, M Motta, S Sylvester
2018 Annual Research Meeting, 2018
Parents As Policy Entrepreneurs: Autism Mandates and Political Mobilization
T Callaghan, S Sylvester
2018 Annual Research Meeting, 2018
Autism and the States: Variations in the Regulation of Autism Services Under the ACA
T Callaghan, S Sylvester
2017 Annual Research Meeting, 2017
Putting the Public into Public Health: Health Policy Related Opinion and Public Policy
SM Sylvester
University of Kansas, 2016
Do Vaccines Cause Autism? The Determinants and Consequences of Inaccurate Judgments about Childhood Vaccinations.
S Sylvester, MR Joslyn
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