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Adam Seth Levine
Broadly speaking, I study how attributes of the political context (such as strategic communications, campaigns, and institutions) and individuals' life circumstances affect how they process new information and decide to participate in politics. I conducted some of this work as part of my doctoral dissertation, which won the 2011 E.E. Schattschneider award for the best dissertation in American government. Since my substantive work hinges critically on experimental and survey methods, I also investigate claims related to the “best practices” in those areas.