Dietrich, Bryce J. and Matthew Hayes. Forthcoming. "Symbols of the Struggle: Descriptive Representation and Issue-Based Symbolism in U.S. House Speeches." Journal of Politics.

Elder, Elizabeth Mitchell and Matthew Hayes. 2023. "Signaling Race, Ethnicity, and Gender with Names: Challenges and Recommendations." Journal of Politics. Data on name characteristics are available on the Harvard Datavere here. Supplemental information, including recommended racially-distinct names available here.

Hayes, Matthew, Cara Wong, Andrew J. Bloeser, Mark M. Fredrickson, and Chera A. LaForge. 2022. "Elected Officials, Empowered Voters: The Impact of Descriptive Representation on Voter Turnout." Political Behavior

Hayes, Matthew, David Fortunato, and Matthew V. Hibbing. 2021. "Race-gender bias in white Americans’ preferences for gun availability." Journal of Public Policy 41: 818-834.

Canache, Damarys, Matthew Cawvey, Matthew Hayes, and Jeffery J. Mondak . 2019. "Who Sees Corruption?: The Bases of Mass Perceptions of Political Corruption in Latin America." Journal of Politics in Latin America 11(2): 133-160.

Dietrich, Bryce J., Matthew Hayes, and Diana Z. O’Brien. 2019. "Pitch Perfect: Vocal Pitch and the Emotional Intensity of Congressional Speech." American Political Science Review 113(4): 941-962.

 Cawvey, Matt, Matthew Hayes, Damarys Canache, and Jeffery J. Mondak. 2018. "Personality and Victimization in the Americas." International Review of Victimology, 24(1): 123-139.

Hayes, Matthew and Matthew V. Hibbing. 2017. "The Symbolic Benefits of Descriptive and Substantive Representation." Political Behavior 39 (1), 31-50. Replication data and code can be found here.

Hibbing, Matthew V., Matthew Hayes, and Raman Deol. 2017. "Nostalgia Isn't What It Used to Be: Partisan Bias in Views of the Past." Social Science Quarterly 98 (1), 230-243.

Nardulli, Peter F., Scott Althaus, and Matthew Hayes. 2015. "A Progressive Supervised-learning Approach to Generating Rich Civil Strife Data." Sociological Methodology 45(1): 148-183.

Mondak, Jeffery J., Matthew Hayes, Damarys Canache, and Mitchell A. Seligson. 2014. "Determinants of Perceived Skin-Color Discrimination in Latin America." Journal of Politics 76(2): 506-520.

Canache, Damarys, Matthew Hayes, Jeffery J. Mondak, and Sergio C. Wals. 2013. "Openness, Extraversion and the Intention to Emigrate." Journal of Research in Personality 47: 351-355.

Hayes, Matthew, Matthew V. Hibbing, and Tracy Sulkin. 2010. "Redistricting, Responsiveness, and Issue Attention." Legislative Studies Quarterly 35, no. 1: 91-115.