[Forthcoming] The Long-Term Effects of War Exposure on Civic Engagement. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
[Forthcoming] Endogenous Democracy: Causal Evidence from the Potato Productivity Shock in the Old World. Political Science Research & Methods. (With Guillermo Rosas)
 Voluntary adoption of social welfare-enhancing behavior: Mask-wearing in Spain during the COVID-19 outbreak, PLOS One 15(12): e0242764 (With Greg Sheen)
 Do Islamic State’s Deadly Attacks Demotivate, Deter, or Mobilize Supporters? British Journal of Political Science., 50(4) (With Elena Labzina)
 COVID-19 Government Response Event Dataset (CoronaNet v.1.0). Nature Human Behavior, 4: 756–768. (With Cheng, Cindy, Allison Spencer Hartnett, Robert Kubinec, Luca Messerschmidt)
 Deplorables: Emotions, Political Sophistication, and Political Intolerance. American Politics Research, 48(2): 252–262. (With Gibson James & C. Claassen)
 Are Western Educated Leaders Less Prone to Initiate Militarized Disputes? British Journal of Political Science, 50(2): 535–566.
 The Effect of District Magnitude on Turnout: Quasi-Experimental Evidence from Non-Partisan Elections under SNTV. Party Politics, 25(4): 632–639. (With Taishi Muraoka)
 The Clarity of the Majority's Preference Moderates the Influence of Lobbying on Representation. Party Politics, 25(3): 349–357.
 Batons and Ballots: The Effectiveness of State Violence in Fighting Against Catalan Separatism. Research & Politics, 5(2): 1–9.
 The Emotional Underpinnings of Attitudes Toward Transitional Justice. Political Studies, 66(2): 480–502.
 The Effect of Variance in District Magnitude on Party System Inflation. Electoral Studies, 54: 44–55. (With Taishi Muraoka).
 Ideological Consistency, Political Information, and Elite - Mass Congruence. Social Science Quarterly, 98(1): 144–161.
 National Personality Traits and Regime Type: A Cross-National Study of 47 Countries. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 48(2): 195–216.
 The Association between Agreeableness, Extraversion, and Support for Secessionist Movements: Evidence from A Large Survey of 33,000 Respondents in Catalonia. Personality and Individual Differences, 107: 102–107.
 Attitudes towards Immigrants and Immigration Policy in Asia and the Pacific: A Quantitative Assessment of Current Theoretical Models Beyond Western Countries. Asian Journal of Political Science, 24(1): 87–123.
 National Identity, Social Institutions and Political Values. The Case of FC Barcelona and Catalonia from an Intergenerational Comparison. Soccer & Society, 16(4): 469–481. (With Peter Clinton and Carles Samper Seró)
 Contextual Effects on Subjective National Identity. Nations and Nationalism, 20(4): 701–720.
 Re-examining a Modern Classic: Does Putnam's Making Democracy Work Suffer from Spuriousness? Modern Italy, 19(4): 457–471.
 Putting Groups Back Into the Study of Political Intolerance. In At the Forefront of Political Psychology: Essays in Honor of John L. Sullivan. Routledge. (With James Gibson and Christopher Claassen)
 Valence and Ideological Proximity in the Rise of Minority Parties: Spanish General Elections, 2008 and 2011. In Schofield, N. and G. Caballero. (coord.), State, Institutions and Democracy: Contributions of Political Economy, 105–142. Springer. (With Elena Labzina and Norman Schofield)
 Identidades y Nacionalismos Territoriales en las elecciones autonómicas de 2011--2012. In Pallarés, Francesc (coord.), Las elecciones autonómicas de 2009–2012 , 307–338. Madrid: Centro de Investigaciones Sociológicas. (With Enric Martínez-Herrera)
The Ideological Legacy of Regime Transitions: Political Conservatism as a Response to Political Uncertainty. Under review. (With Taishi Muraoka)
Mobilizing Collective Memory: A Field Experiment on the Effects of Collective Threat on Voting Behavior. In progress