Tim Johnson
Tim Johnson
Atkinson Graduate School of Management, Willamette University, ABC Research Group Alum
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Egalitarian motives in humans
CT Dawes, JH Fowler, T Johnson, R McElreath, O Smirnov
nature 446 (7137), 794-796, 2007
Egalitarian motive and altruistic punishment
JH Fowler, T Johnson, O Smirnov
Nature 433 (7021), E1-E1, 2005
The role of egalitarian motives in altruistic punishment
T Johnson, CT Dawes, JH Fowler, R McElreath, O Smirnov
Economics Letters 102 (3), 192-194, 2009
Federal employee unionization and presidential control of the bureaucracy: Estimating and explaining ideological change in executive agencies
J Chen, T Johnson
Journal of Theoretical Politics 27 (1), 151-174, 2015
Performance benefits of depression: Sequential decision making in a healthy sample and a clinically depressed sample.
B von Helversen, A Wilke, T Johnson, G Schmid, B Klapp
Journal of abnormal psychology 120 (4), 962, 2011
Slowing COVID-19 transmission as a social dilemma: Lessons for government officials from interdisciplinary research on cooperation
T Johnson, C Dawes, J Fowler, O Smirnov
Journal of Behavioral Public Administration 3 (1), 2020
Senate Gate-Keeping, Presidential Staffing of" Inferior Offices," and the Ideological Composition of Appointments to the Public Bureaucracy
A Bonica, C Jowei, J Tim
Quarterly Journal of Political Science 10 (1), 5-40, 2015
The Behavioral Logic of Collective Action: Partisans Cooperate and Punish More Than Nonpartisans
O Smirnov, CT Dawes, JH Fowler, T Johnson, R McElreath
Political Psychology 31 (4), 595-616, 2010
Service after Serving: Does Veterans’ Preference Diminish the Quality of the US Federal Service?
T Johnson
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 25 (3), 669-696, 2015
Past is future for the era of COVID-19 research in the social sciences
D Conley, T Johnson
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (13), e2104155118, 2021
Do parents’ life experiences affect the political and civic participation of their children? The case of draft-induced military service
T Johnson, CT Dawes
Political Behavior 38, 793-816, 2016
An alternative mechanism through which economic inequality facilitates collective action: Wealth disparities as a sign of cooperativeness
T Johnson, O Smirnov
Journal of Theoretical Politics 24 (4), 461-484, 2012
Nationalism and social sanctioning across ethnic lines: Experimental evidence from the kenya–tanzania border
S Jeon, T Johnson, AL Robinson
Journal of Experimental Political Science 4 (1), 1-20, 2017
Inequality as information: Wealth homophily facilitates the evolution of cooperation
T Johnson, O Smirnov
Scientific Reports 8 (1), 11605, 2018
The career advancement of military veterans in recent cohorts of the US executive branch
T Johnson, RW Walker
Public Personnel Management 47 (4), 382-397, 2018
Distinctive Preferences Toward Risk in the Substantive Domain of Sociality*
T Johnson, MG Myagkov, JM Orbell
Political Psychology 34 (1), 1-22, 2013
The preferential hiring of military veterans in the United States
T Johnson
The Civilian Lives of US Veterans: Issues and Identities, L. Hicks, JE Coll …, 2016
Cooperate with Equals: A Simple Heuristic for Social Exchange
T Johnson, O Smirnov
Simple Heuristics in a Social World, 2013
Inspecting the Merit System’s “Pivotal Idea”: Does Competitive Examination Increase the Qualifications and Quality of the US Federal Service?
T Johnson, GB Lewis
Review of Public Personnel Administration 40 (2), 202-221, 2020
Sociality as a defensive response to the threat of loss
T Johnson, M Myagkov, J Orbell
Politics and the Life Sciences 23 (2), 13-19, 2004
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