Peer-Reviewed Publications

“Citations to Interest Groups and Acceptance of Supreme Court Decisions.” Journal of Empirical Legal Studies, forthcoming.

The Supreme Court, Ideology, and the Decision to Cite or Borrow from Amicus Curiae Briefs.” American Politics Research, forthcoming. Replication Materials.

State Coalitions, Informational Signals, & Success as Amicus Curiae at the United States Supreme Court.” State Politics & Policy Quarterly 20(1): 108-130. Replication Materials.

Hansford, Thomas G., Sarah Depaoli, and Kayla S. Canelo. 2019. “Locating U.S. Solicitors General in the Supreme Court’s Policy Space.” Presidential Studies Quarterly 49(4): 855-869.

Canelo, Kayla S., Thomas G. Hansford, and Stephen P. Nicholson. 2018. “The Paradoxical Effect of Speech-Suppressing Appeals to the First Amendment.Journal of Politics 80(1): 309-313. Replication Materials.

Coe, Chelsea M., Kayla S. Canelo, Kau Vue, Matthew V. Hibbing, and Stephen P. Nicholson. 2017. “The Physiology of Framing Effects: Threat Sensitivity and the Persuasiveness of Political Arguments.” Journal of Politics 79(4): 1465-1468. Replication Materials.

Other Selected Publications
Nicholson, Stephen P. and Canelo, Kayla S. 2016. “Direct Democracy in the United States.” In Oxford Bibliographies in Political Science. Ed. Sandy Maisel. New York: Oxford University Press.

Canelo, Kayla S. 2012. “Turlock Assembly Center, The.” In Densho Encyclopedia of the Japanese American Incarceration. Ed. Brian Niiya.

Working Papers and in Progress

“Controversial Judges and Women’s Rights” Melissa N. Baker and Kayla S. Canelo

Estimating the Ideal Points of Organized Interests in Legal Policy Space.” Thomas Hansford, Sarah Depaoli, and Kayla S. Canelo.

“Gender and Public Perceptions of Judges who Refuse to Recuse”

State Advocacy and Representation at the U.S. Supreme Court.” Thomas Hansford, Sarah Depaoli, and Kayla S. Canelo.