Connor Huff
Connor Huff
Assistant Professor, Rice University
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"Who Are These People?" Evaluating the Demographic Characteristics and Political Preferences of MTurk Survey Respondents
C Huff, D Tingley
Research and Politics 2 (1), 1-12, 2015
8752015
How the Public Defines Terrorism
C Huff, JD Kertzer
American Journal of Political Science 62 (1), 55-71, 2018
1102018
Banners, Barricades, and Bombs: The Tactical Choices of Social Movements and Public Opinion
C Huff, D Kruszewska
Comparative Political Studies 49 (13), 1774-1808, 2016
362016
Wealth, Slaveownership, and Fighting for the Confederacy: An Empirical Study of the American Civil War
AB Hall, C Huff, S Kuriwaki
American Political Science Review 113 (3), 658-673, 2019
30*2019
booc. io: An Education System with Hierarchical Concept Maps
M Schwab, H Strobelt, J Tompkin, C Fredericks, C Huff, D Higgins, ...
IEEE Transactions on Visualization & Computer Graphics 23 (1), 571-580, 2017
30*2017
Investigator Characteristics and Respondent Behavior in Online Surveys
A White, A Strezhnev, C Lucas, D Kruszewska, C Huff
Journal of Experimental Political Science 5 (1), 56-67, 2018
252018
The Intertemporal Tradeoff in Mobilizing Support for War
C Huff, R Schub
International Studies Quarterly 62 (2), 396-409, 2018
52018
At War and at Home: The Consequences of US Women Combat Casualties
DK Cohen, C Huff, R Schub
Journal of Conflict Resolution 65 (4), 647-671, 2021
22021
Why Rebels Reject Peace
C Huff
22019
People are more likely to describe a violent event as terrorism if the perpetrator is Muslim and has policy goals
C Huff, JD Kertzer
USApp-American Politics and Policy Blog, 2017
12017
The Legacies of Atrocities and Who Fights
S Henn, C Huff
2021
Counterinsurgency Tactics, Rebel Grievances, and Who Keeps Fighting
C Huff
2021
Segregation, Integration, and Death: Evidence From the Korean War
C Huff, R Schub
International Organization, 2021
2021
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