His primary scientific interests are in Social psychology, Publication bias, Social science, Government and Voting. In general Social psychology, his work in Social identity theory is often linked to Threatened species linking many areas of study. His work carried out in the field of Social science brings together such families of science as Test, Statistical hypothesis testing, Positive economics and Affect.
He has researched Government in several fields, including Order, Attribution, Voting behavior and Public relations. His Public relations research includes elements of Disapproval voting and Blame. He incorporates Voting and Hurricane katrina in his studies.
Neil Malhotra mainly investigates Politics, Social psychology, Political economy, Government and Voting. His research integrates issues of Feeling, Development economics and Public administration in his study of Politics. His work on Affect as part of general Social psychology study is frequently linked to Perception, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
His Political economy study incorporates themes from Religiosity, Respondent and Politics of the United States. His Government research incorporates themes from Attribution, Public relations and Blame. His research on Voting also deals with topics like
Neil Malhotra mostly deals with Politics, Political economy, Politics of the United States, Government and Argument. His study in the field of Democracy and Presidential election also crosses realms of Negativity effect and Work. His studies deal with areas such as Survey experiment and Affect as well as Political economy.
His Politics of the United States research incorporates elements of Social psychology and Polarization. His research in Social psychology intersects with topics in Public opinion and Race. His Government study combines topics in areas such as Public economics and Public policy.
Neil Malhotra focuses on Social psychology, Politics, Power, Polarization and Politics of the United States. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Immigration, Public opinion and Race. His work deals with themes such as Poverty, Political economy, Criminology and Affect, which intersect with Politics.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Government, Political strategy and Public policy in addition to Power. His Polarization research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Reservation, Survey experiment, Ideology and Social identity theory. His research links American political science with Politics of the United States.
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Promoting an open research culture
B. A. Nosek;G. Alter;G. C. Banks;D. Borsboom.
Do Statistical Reporting Standards Affect What Is Published? Publication Bias in Two Leading Political Science Journals
Alan Gerber;Neil Malhotra.
Quarterly Journal of Political Science (2008)
Publication Bias in Empirical Sociological Research : Do Arbitrary Significance Levels Distort Published Results?
Alan S. Gerber;Neil Malhotra.
Sociological Methods & Research (2008)
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