Bryan, Amanda C. Forthcoming. "Public Opinion and Setting the Agenda on the U.S. Supreme Court." American Politics Research. 





Chen, Philip G. and Amanda C. Bryan. “Judging the Justices: How Citizens Make

Decisions about Supreme Court Nominees” Forthcoming Political Behavior.


Bryan, Amanda C. and Ryan J. Owens. "How Supreme Court Justices Supervise Ideologically Distant States" Forthcoming American Politics Research. 




Black, Ryan C. and Amanda C. Bryan. Forthcoming. "The Policy Consequences of Term Limits on the U.S. Supreme Court. Ohio Northern Law Review. 


Bryan, Amanda C. and Christopher D. Kromphardt. Forthcoming. "Public Opinion, Public Support, and Counter-Attitudinal Voting on the U.S. Supreme Court" Justice System Journal.



Bryan, Amanda C. and Eve M. Ringsmuth. 2016. "Jeremiad or Weapon of Words? The Power of Emotive Language in Supreme Court Opinions." Journal of Law and Courts 4(1) Spring: 159-185.





Owens, Ryan J., Patrick Wohlfarth, Alexander Tahk and Amanda C. Bryan. “Nominating Commissions, Judicial Retention, and Forward-Looking Behavior on State Supreme Courts: An Empirical Examination of Selection and Retention Methods.”  Forthcoming, State Politics & Policy Quarterly.





Black, Ryan C., Christina L. Boyd, and Amanda C. Bryan. 2014. “Revisiting the Influence of Law Clerks on the U.S. Supreme Court’s Agenda.” Marquette University Law Review (Symposium). 






Black, Ryan C. and Amanda C. Bryan. 2014. “Explaining the (Non)Occurrence of Equal Divisions on the U.S. Supreme Court.” American Politics Research 42(6) November: 1077-1095. 





Black, Ryan C. and Amanda C. Bryan. 2014. “Calling in the Reserves: Judicial Replacements on the U.S. Supreme Court.” Justice System Journal 35(1) March: 4-26.







Ringsmuth, Eve M., Amanda C. Bryan, and Timothy R. Johnson. 2013. “Voting Fluidity and Oral Arguments on the U.S. Supreme Court.” Political Research Quarterly 66(2): 429-440. 






Black, Ryan C., Amanda C. Bryan, and Timothy R. Johnson. 2011. “An Actor- Based Measure of Issue Salience: Information Acquisition and the Case of the United States Supreme Court.” In Kai Opperman and Henrik Viehrig (editors) Issue Salience in International Politics. New York: Routledge. 






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