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Shane Singh and Jason Roy. 2014. “Political Sophistication, the Decision Calculus, and Proximity Voting”. Electoral Studies. 34(3): 89-99.

Jason Roy and Chris Alcantara.2012. "The Election Timing Advantage: Empirical Fact or Fiction?". Electoral Studies.31 (4): 774-781.

Jason Roy and Shane Singh. 2012. “Canadian and American Voting Strategies: Does Institutional Socialization Matter?” Canadian Journal of Political Science.45.2: 289- 312

Jason Roy, Shane Singh, Blake Andrew, and Patrick Fournier. 2012. “Polls, Process, and Choice: An Experimental Analysis of Campaign Polls on Electoral Decision Making”. Invited lecture presented at the University of Western Ontario Political Science Lecture Series, London, ON.

Jason Roy and Shane Singh. 2011. “Socialization, information and the vote under two-party and multi-party contexts”. Presented at the Canadian Political Science Association Annual Conference, Waterloo, ON.

Jason Roy and Shane Singh. 2011.Smart Women who Knit: Online Voting Experiments, Political Information, and Electoral Complexity”. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL.

Jason Roy and Shane Singh. 2010. “Explorations of an online voting experiment: information, complexity and  the internet”. Invited lecture presented at the Queen’s Political Science Lecture Series, Queen’s University, Kingston, ON.

 

 

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