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1978
Weissberg, Robert . Collective vs. dyadic representation in Congress. American Political Science Review. 72, (2), 535-547.
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1970
Stokes, Donald E. Compound paths in political analysis. Mathematical Applications in Political Science. Charlottesville, VA: University Press of Virginia.
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1963
Miller, Warren E.,  Stokes, Donald E. Constituency Influence in Congress. American Political Science Review. 57, (1), 45-56.
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1978
Erikson, Robert S. Constituency Opinion and Congressional Behavior: A Reexamination of the Miller-Stokes Representation Data. American Journal of Political Science. 22, (3), 511-535.
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1999
Hill, Kim Quaile,  Hurley, Patricia A. Dyadic representation reappraised. American Journal of Political Science. 43, (1), 109-137.
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1966
Campbell, Angus,  Converse, Philip E.,  Miller, Warren E.,  Stokes, Donald E. Elections and the Political Order. New York: John Wiley.
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1976
Norpoth, Helmut . Explaining party cohesion in Congress: The case of shared party attitudes. American Political Science Review. 70, (4), 1156-1171.
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1966
Cnudde, Charles F.,  McCrone, Donald J. The linkage between constituency attitudes and congressional voting behavior: A causal model. American Political Science Review. 60, (1), 66-72.
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1964
Miller, Warren E. Majority rule and the representative system of government. Cleavages, Ideologies, and Party Systems; Contributions to Comparative Political Sociology. Helsinki: Academic Bookstore.
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1979
Hill, Kim Quaile,  Hurley, Patricia A. Mass participation, electoral competitiveness, and issue-attitude agreement between congressmen and their constituents. British Journal of Political Science. 9, (4), 507-511.
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1978
Achen, Christopher H. Measuring Representation. American Journal of Political Science. 22, (3), 475-510.
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1977
Achen, Christopher H. Measuring Representation: Perils of the Correlation Coefficient. American Journal of Political Science. 21, (4), 805-815.
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1974
Stevens, Arthur G., Jr.,  Miller, Arthur H.,  Mann, Thomas E. Mobilization of liberal strength in the House, 1955-1970: The Democratic Study Group. American Political Science Review. 68, (2), 667-681.
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1977
Eulau, Heinz,  Karps. Paul D. . The puzzle of representation: Specifying components of responsiveness. Legislative Studies Quarterly. 2, (3), 233-254.
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1979
Alpert, Eugene J. A reconceptualization of representational role theory. Legislative Studies Quarterly. 4, (4), 587-603.
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1978
Gross, Donald A. Representative styles and legislative behavior. Western Political Quarterly. 31, (3), 359-371.
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