Jonathan Green

Jonathan Green
Assistant Professor, Dept of Political Science at Duke University
Lab Alumnus

I am an assistant professor in the Departent of Political Science at Duke University. I completed my Ph.D. in Political Science, with focuses in American Politics and Political Methodology, from the Ohio State University in June 2020. In between, I was a postdoc and then research scientist in the Lazer Lab at Northeastern University's Network Science Institute and a fellow at the Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School. My primary research agenda concerns how political elites talk about politics, democratic citizens' attitudes and behaviors, and interactions between these phenomena. My peer-reviewed work concerning public opinion and political behavior in the United States has appeared or is accepted to appear in journals such as NatureProceedings of the National Academy of SciencesScience Advances, the British Journal of Political SciencePolitical BehaviorPublic Opinion QuarterlyPerspectives on Politics, and Political Research Quarterly.

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Current Lab Members

Director

David Lazer
Director

Senior Research Scientist

Jason Radford
Senior Research Scientist

Research Assistant

Aswath Senthil Kumar
Research Assistant

Research Programmer

Luke Horgan
Research Programmer

Post Doctoral Research Fellow

Pranav Goel
Post Doctoral Research Fellow
Stefan McCabe
Post Doctoral Research Fellow
Matthew Simonson
Post Doctoral Research Fellow
Kai-Cheng Yang
Post Doctoral Research Fellow

PhD Student

Hanyu Chwe
PhD Student
Hong Qu
PhD Student
Alexi Quintana Mathé
PhD Student
Alyssa Smith
PhD Student
Ata A. Uslu Ata A. Uslu
PhD Student

Undergraduate

Samantha Cadenasso
Undergraduate

Lab Alumnus

Jonathan Green
Lab Alumnus
Kristin Lunz Trujillo
Lab Alumnus
Ronald Robertson
Lab Alumnus
Briony Swire Thompson
Lab Alumnus