2020 journal article
The Individual-Level Origins of Congressional Corruption Scandals
AMERICAN POLITICS RESEARCH, 48(4), 442–454.
By: A. Taylor & M. Cobb
2015 journal article
An An absence of malice: The limited utility of campaigning against party corruption
American Politics Research, 43(6), 923–951.
By: M. Cobb & A. Taylor
2014 conference paper
Paging congressional democrats: it was the immorality, stupid
Political Science & Politics, 47(2), 351–356.
2013 journal article
Beliefs don't always persevere: how political figures are punished when positive information about them is discredited
Political Psychology, 34(3), 307–326.
By: M. Cobb, B. Nyhan & J. Reifler
2012 journal article
Nano in sight: Epistemology, aesthetics, comparisons and public perceptions of images of nanoscale objects
Leonardo, 45(5), 461–465.
By: C. Toumey & M. Cobb
2011 journal article
Creating informed public opinion: Citizen deliberation about nanotechnologies for human enhancements
Journal of Nanoparticle Research, 13(4), 1533–1548.
By: M. Cobb
2009 journal article
“Don’t let them die in vain”: Casualty frames and public tolerance for escalating commitment in Iraq
Journal of Conflict Resolution, 53(5), 677–697.
By: W. Boettcher & M. Cobb
2007 journal article
Ambivalent Sexism and Misogynistic Rap Music: Does Exposure to Eminem Increase Sexism?
Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 37(12), 3025–3042.
By: M. Cobb & W. Boettcher
2006 journal article
Echoes of Vietnam?: Casualty framing and public perceptions of success and failure in Iraq
Journal of Conflict Resolution, 50(6), 831–854.
Potential solutions to public deliberation problems: Structured deliberations and polarization cascades
Policy Studies Journal, 34(4), 629–648.
By: P. Hamlett & M. Cobb
2005 journal article
Framing effects on public opinion about nanotechnology
Science Communication, 27(2), 221–239.
2004 journal article
Public perceptions about nanotechnology: Risks, benefits and trust
Journal of Nanoparticle Research, 6(4), 395–405.
By: M. Cobb & J. Macoubrie
2001 journal article
Race and the representation of blacks' interests during reconstruction
Political Research Quarterly, 54(1), 181–204.
By: M. Cobb & J. Jenkins
When white Southerners converse about race
In J. Hurwitz & M. Peffley (Eds.), Perception and prejudice: Race and politics in the United States. New Haven: Yale University Press.
By: J. Kuklinski & M. Cobb
Ed(s): . J. Hurwitz & M. Peffley
1997 journal article
Changing minds: political arguments and political persuasion
American Journal of Political Science, 41(1997), 88–121.
Racial attitudes and the New South
Journal of Politics, 59(1997), 323–349.
By: J. Kuklinski, M. Cobb & M. Gilens