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2013
2013
Yates, Jeff,  Cann, Damon M.,  Boye, Brent D. Judicial ideology and the selection of disputes for U.S. Supreme Court adjudication. Journal of Empirical Legal Studies. 10, (4), 847-865.
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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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2008
Fowler, James H.,  Jeon, Sangick . The authority of Supreme Court precedent. Social Networks. 30, (1), 16-30.
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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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2006
Unah, Isaac,  Hancock, Ange-Marie . U.S. Supreme Court decision making, case salience, and the attitudinal model. Law and Policy. 28, (3), 296-320.
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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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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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2003
Lanier, Drew Noble . Of Time and Judicial Behavior: United States Supreme Court Agenda-Setting and Decision-Making, 1888-1997. Cranbury, NJ: Associated University Presses.
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2002
Spriggs, James F., II,  Hansford, Thomas G. The U.S. Supreme Court's Incorporation and Interpretation of Precedent. Law and Society Review. 36, (1), 139-159.
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2002
Richards, Mark J.,  Kritzer, Herbert M. Jurisprudential Regimes in Supreme Court Decision Making. American Political Science Review. 96, (2), 305-320.
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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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2001
Cross, Frank B.,  Nelson, Blake J. Strategic institutional effects on Supreme Court decisionmaking. Northwestern University Law Review. 95, (4), 1437-1493.
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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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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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2000
Cauthen, James N.G. . Expanding rights under state constitutions: a quantitative appraisal. Albany Law Review. 63, (4), 1183 -
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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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2000
Gruenfeld, Deborah H.,  Preston, Jared . Upending the status quo: Cognitive complexity in U.S. Supreme Court Justices who overturn legal precedent. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. 26, (8), 1013-1022.
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2000
Lindquist, Stefanie A.,  Yalof, David A.,  Clark, John A. The impact of presidential appointments to the U.S. Supreme Court: Cohesive and divisive voting within presidential blocs. Political Research Quarterly. 53, (4), 795-814.
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2000
Spaeth, Harold J.,  Segal, Jeffrey A. The U.S. Supreme Court Judicial Data Base Providing New Insights into the Court. Judicature. 83, (5), 228-235.
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1999
Farole, Donald J., Jr. . Reexamining litigant success in state Supreme Courts. Law and Society Review. 33, (4), 1043-1058.
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1999
Hausegger, Lori,  Baum, Lawrence . Inviting Congressional Action: A Study of Supreme Court Motivations in Statutory Interpretation. American Journal of Political Science. 43, (1), 162-185.
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1999
Palmer, Barbara . Issue fluidity and agenda setting on the Warren court. Political Research Quarterly. 52, (1), 39-65.
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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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