Below are links to some selected publications by Brad Jones.
Hare, C., B. Highton, & B. Jones. (2023). Assessing the Structure of Policy Preferences: A Hard Test of the Low Dimensionality Hypothesis. Journal of Politics.
Jones, B., J. Sherman, N. Rojas, A. Hosek, D. Vannette, R. Rocha, O. García Ponce, M. Pantoja, & J. García-Amador. (2021) Trump-induced anxiety among Latina/os. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations.
Maltby, E., R. Rocha, B. Jones & D. Vannette. (2020). Demographic Context, Mass Deportation, and Latino Linked Fate. Journal of Race, Ethnicity, and Politics.
Jones, B., K. Flores Victor, & D. Vannette. (2019) Alien Citizens and the Canonical Immigrant: Do Stigmatized Attributes Affect Latina/o Judgment about Discrimination? American Journal of Political Science.
Lu, Fan & B. Jones. (2019) Effects of belief versus experiential discrimination on race-based linked fate. Politics, Groups, and Identities.
Jones, B., & D. Joesten-Martin. (2016) Path-to-Citizenship or Deportation? How Elite Cues Shaped Opinion on Immigration in the 2010 U.S. House Elections. Political Behavior.
Jones, B., Branton, R., & Cassese, E. (2012) Race, Ethnicity, and U.S. House Incumbent Evaluations. Legislative Studies Quarterly.
Jones, B., Branton, R., Cassese, E. & Westerland, C. (2011) All Along the Watchtower: Anti-Latino Affect, Acculturation Threat, and Immigration. Journal of Politics.
Jones, B., & Branton, R. (2005) Reexamining Racial Attitudes: The Conditional Relationship Between Diversity and Socioeconomic Environment. American Journal of Political Science.
Jones, B., & Branton, R. (2005) Beyond logit and probit: Duration models of single, repeating, and competing events for state policy adoption, State Politics and Policy Quarterly.
Jones, B., Crisp, B., Escobar-Lemmon, M., Jones, M., & Taylor-Robinson, M. (2004) Vote-seeking incentives and legislative representation in six presidential democracies, Journal of Politics.
Jones, B. & Steenbergen, M. (2002) Modeling multilevel data structures, American Journal of Political Science.
Jones, Bradford S. and Michael E. Sobel. 2000. “Modeling Direction and Intensity in Semantically Balanced Ordinal Scales: An Assessment of Congressional Incumbent Approval.” American Journal of Political Science. 44: 174–185. https://doi.org/10.2307/2669302
Box-Steffensmeier, Janet M., and Bradford S. Jones. 1997. “Time is of the Essence: Event History Models in Political Science.” American Journal of Political Science. 41: 1414–1461. https://doi.org/10.2307/2960496
Jones, Bradford S. and Barbara Norrander. 1996. “The Reliability of Aggregated Public Opinion.” American Journal of Political Science. 40: 295–309. https://doi.org/10.2307/2111703
Jones, Bradford, Benjamin Radcliff, Charles Taber, Richard Timpone. 1995. “Condorcet Winners and the Paradox of Voting: Probability Calculations for Weak Preference Orders.” American Political Science Review. 89: 137–144. doi:10.2307/2083080.