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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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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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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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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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2009
Kim, Minjeong,  Vinson, Lenae . Friends of the First Amendment? Amicus curiae briefs in free speech/press cases during the Warren and Burger Courts. Journal of Media Law and Ethics. 1, (1/2), 83-106.
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1998
Djupe, Paul A.,  Epstein, Lee . From Schubert's The Judicial Mind to Spaeth's U.S. Supreme Court Judical Data Base: A crossvalidation. American Journal of Political Science. 42, (3), 1012-1019.
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1992
2009
Baird, Vanessa,  Jacobi, Tonja . How the dissent becomes the majority: Using federalism to transform coalitions in the U.S. Supreme Court. Duke Law Journal. 59, (2), 183
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