Ryan Vander Wielen
Ryan Vander Wielen
Associate Professor of Political Science and (by courtesy) Economics, Temple University
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TitleCited byYear
The American Congress
SS Smith, JM Roberts, RJ Vander Wielen
Cambridge University Press, 2013
The effects of need for cognition and need for affect on partisan evaluations
K Arceneaux, RJ Vander Wielen
Political Psychology 34 (1), 23-42, 2013
Balancing competing demands: position taking and election proximity in the European Parliament
R Lindstädt, JB Slapin, RJ Vander Wielen
Legislative Studies Quarterly 36 (1), 37-70, 2011
Taming intuition: How reflection minimizes partisan reasoning and promotes democratic accountability
K Arceneaux, RJ Vander Wielen
Cambridge University Press, 2017
Shirking in the contemporary Congress: A reappraisal
JL Carson, MH Crespin, JA Jenkins, RJ Vander Wielen
Political Analysis 12 (2), 176-179, 2004
The influence of news media on political elites: Investigating strategic responsiveness in Congress
K Arceneaux, M Johnson, R Lindstädt, RJ Vander Wielen
American Journal of Political Science 60 (1), 5-29, 2016
Measuring variations in party unity voting: An assessment of agenda effects
MH Crespin, DW Rohde, RJV Wielen
Party Politics 19 (3), 432-457, 2013
Judging Statutes: Interpretive Regimes
N Staudt, L Epstein, P Wiedenbeck, R Lindstadt
Loy. LAL Rev. 38, 1909, 2004
Adaptive behaviour in the European Parliament: Learning to balance competing demands
R Lindstädt, JB Slapin, RJV Wielen
European Union Politics 13 (4), 465-486, 2012
Timely shirking: time-dependent monitoring and its effects on legislative behavior in the US Senate
R Lindstädt, RJ Vander Wielen
Public Choice 148 (1-2), 119-148, 2011
Dynamic elite partisanship: Party loyalty and agenda setting in the US House
R Lindstädt, RJ Vander Wielen
British Journal of Political Science 44 (4), 741-772, 2014
The influence of conference committees on policy outcomes
RJV Wielen
Legislative Studies Quarterly 35 (4), 487-518, 2010
Legislative politics in a bicameral system: strategic conferee appointments in the US Congress
JL Carson, RJ Vander Wielen
PIPC, 2002
Majority party bias in US congressional conference committees
RJV Wielen, SS Smith
Congress & the Presidency 38 (3), 271-300, 2011
The influence of media projections on voter turnout in presidential elections from 1980-2000
MH Crespin, RJ Vander Wielen
PIPC, 2002
The general segmented distribution
M Vander Wielen, R Vander Wielen
Communications in Statistics-Theory and Methods 44 (10), 1994-2009, 2015
The American Congress Reader
JM Roberts, SS Smith, RJ Vander Wielen
Cambridge University Press, 2009
Congressional conference committee bias, 1963–2002: a preliminary investigation
E Rybicki, SS Smith, R Vander Wielen
annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, 27-31, 2003
The Effects of Party and Agenda Control: Assessing the Ideological Orientation of Legislation Directing Bureaucratic Behavior
EA Meagher, RJ Vander Wielen
Political Research Quarterly 65 (3), 669-684, 2012
Diffusion in Congress: Measuring the Social Dynamics of Legislative Behavior
R Lindstädt, RJ Vander Wielen, M Green
Political Science Research and Methods 5 (3), 511-527, 2017
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