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Rogers, Jonathan and Marcelo Tyszler. (Forthcoming). "Information and Economic Voting." Political Science Research and Methods. DOI: 10.1017/psrm.2016.27.
Rogers, Jonathan. "Nothing to Lose: Charitable Donations as Incentives in Risk Preference Measurement." Journal of Experimental Political Science 4, no. 1 (2017): 34-56.
Goerg, Sebastian J., David B. Johnson, and Jonathan D. Rogers. "Endowments, Perceived Similarity, And Dictator Giving." Economic Inquiry 55, no. 2 (2017): 1130-1144.
Rogers, Jonathan. "Tea Party support and perceptions of local economic conditions." Electoral Studies 42 (2016): 91-98.
Rogers, Jonathan. "A communotropic theory of economic voting." Electoral Studies 36 (2014): 107-116.
Rogers, Jonathan. "On the Replication of Experiments in Teaching and Training." (2014).
Rogers, Jonathan. (Forthcoming) "Combining Objective and Subjective Indicator Variables." Invited Contribution, SAGE Research Methods Cases.
Rogers, Jonathan. (Forthcoming). "Adapting Experimental Methods to New Populations." Invited Contribution, SAGE Research Methods Cases.
Morton, Rebecca, and Jonathan Rogers. "Religion, experiments, and ethical concerns." In Ethics and experiments: Problems and solutions for social scientists and policy professionals. Taylor and Francis Inc., 2015.