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1998
Wood, Sandra L.,  Keith, Linda Camp,  Lanier, Drew Noble,  Ogundele, Ayo . 'Acclimation effects' for Supreme Court justices: A cross-validation, 1888-1940. American Journal of Political Science. 42, (2), 690-697.
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2007
Bonneau, Chris W.,  Hammond, Thomas H.,  Maltzman, Forrest,  Wahlbeck, Paul J. Agenda control, the median justice, and the majority opinion on the U.S. Supreme Court. American Journal of Political Science. 51, (4), 890-905.
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1997
Spriggs, James F., II,  Wahlbeck, Paul J. Amicus curiae and the role of information at the Supreme Court. Political Research Quarterly. 50, (2), 365-386.
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1988
Segal, Jeffrey A. Amicus Curiae Briefs by the Solicitor General During the Warren and Burger Courts: A Research Note. Western Political Quarterly. 41, (1), 135-144.
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1971
Spaeth, Harold J.,  Peterson, David J. The analysis and interpretation of dimensionality: The case of civil liberties decision making. Midwest Journal of Political Science. 15, (3), 415-441.
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1963
Spaeth, Harold J. An analysis of judicial attitudes in the labor relations decisions of the Warren Court. Journal of Politics. 25, (2), 290-311.
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1998
Zorn, Christopher J.W. . An analytic and empirical examination of zero-inflated and hurdle poisson specifications. Sociological Methods and Research. 26, (3), 368-400.
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2008
Fowler, James H.,  Jeon, Sangick . The authority of Supreme Court precedent. Social Networks. 30, (1), 16-30.
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1999
Spriggs, James F., II,  Maltzman, Forrest,  Wahlbeck, Paul J. Bargaining on the U.S. Supreme Court: Justices' Responses to Majority Opinion Drafts. Journal of Politics. 61, (2), 485-506.
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1991
Hagle, Timothy M. But Do They Have to See It to Know It? The Supreme Court's Obscenity and Pornography Decisions. Western Political Quarterly. 44, (4), 1039-1054.
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2000
Hansford, Thomas G.,  Damore, David F. Congressional preferences, perceptions of threat, and Supreme Court decision making. American Politics Quarterly. 28, (4), 490-510.
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2001
Lindquist, Stefanie A.,  Yalof, David A. Congressional Responses to Federal Circuit Court Decisions. Judicature. 85, (2), 60-68.
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2003
Hoekstra, Valerie,  Johnson, Timothy . Delaying Justice: The Supreme Court's Decision to Hear Rearguments. Political Research Quarterly. 56, (3), 351-360.
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1998
Wahlbeck, Paul J. The development of a legal rule: The federal common law of public nuisance. Law and Society Review. 32, (3), 613 -
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1993
Richardson, Lilliard E., Jr.,  Scheb, John M., II . Divided Government and the Supreme Court: Judicial Behavior in Civil Rights and Liberties Cases, 1954-1989. American Politics Quarterly. 21, (4), 458-472.
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2002
Epstein, Lee,  Segal, Jeffrey A.,  Victor, Jennifer Nicoll . Dynamic agenda-setting on the United States Supreme Court: An empirical analysis. Harvard Journal on Legislation. 39, (2), 395-433.
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2002
Martin, Andrew D.,  Quinn, Kevin M. Dynamic ideal point estimation via Markov Chain Monte Carlo for the U.S. Supreme Court, 1953-1999. Political Analysis. 10, (2), 134-153.
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1992
Hagle, Timothy M.,  Spaeth, Harold J. The emergence of a new ideology: The business decisions of the Burger Court. Journal of Politics. 54, (1), 120-134.
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2000
Cauthen, James N.G. . Expanding rights under state constitutions: a quantitative appraisal. Albany Law Review. 63, (4), 1183 -
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1998
McGuire, Kevin T. Explaining executive success in the U.S. Supreme Court. Political Research Quarterly. 51, (2), 505-526.
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1997
Spriggs, James F., II . Explaining federal bureaucratic compliance with Supreme Court opinions. Political Research Quarterly. 50, (3), 567 -
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2003
Klein, David E. Fear of Reversal as an Explanation of Lower Court Compliance. Law and Society Review. 37, (3), 579-606.
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2000
Baybeck, Brady,  Lowry, William . Federalism outcomes and ideological preferences: The U.S. Supreme Court and preemption cases. Publius. 30, (3), 73-97.
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1993
Hagle, Timothy M. 'Freshman Effects' for Supreme Court Justices. American Journal of Political Science. 37, (4), 1142-1157.
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2004
Collins, Paul M., Jr. . Friends of the Court: Examining the Influence of Amicus Curiae Participation in U.S. Supreme Court Litigation. Law and Society Review. 38, (4), 807-832.
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