[4] Pérez, Efrén O. 2021. Diversity’s Child: People of Color and the Politics of Identity. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

[3] Pérez, Efrén O., and Enya Kuo. 2021. Racial Order, Racialized Responses: Interminority Politics in a Diverse Nation. New York: Cambridge University Press.

[2] Pérez, Efrén O. 2016. Unspoken Politics: Implicit Attitudes and Political Thinking. New York: Cambridge University Press.

[1] Pérez, Efrén O., and Margit Tavits. Conditionally accepted. Voicing Politics: How Language Shapes Public Opinion. Princeton: Princeton University Press.


[25] Vicuña, Bianca V., and Efrén O. Pérez. Forthcoming. “Different Label, Same Identity? Three Experiments on the Distinctiveness of Latinx.” Politics, Groups, and Identities.  

[24] Pérez, Efrén O., Enya Kuo, Joey Russel, William Curtis-Scott, Jennifer Muñoz, and Megan Tobias. Forthcoming. “The Politics in White Identity: Testing the Racialized Partisan Hypothesis.” Political Psychology

*Based on a student team proposal from my 2019 course, Experiments in U.S. Racial and Ethnic Politics.

[23] Pérez, Efrén O., and Bianca V. Vicuña. In press. Implicit Attitudes and Mass Political Opinion. In T.J. Rudolph, ed., Elgar Handbook on Politics and Public Opinion. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing. 

[22] Pérez, Efrén O. (with 52 co-authors). In press. “Psychological Science in the Wake of COVID-19: Social, Methodological, and Meta-Scientific Considerations.” Perspectives on Psychological Science.

[21] Pérez, Efrén O. 2020. “(Mis)Calculations, Psychological Mechanisms, and the Future Politics of People of Color. Journal of Race, Ethnicity, and Politics. Download here

[20] Pérez, Efrén O., and George I. Riddle. 2020. “Automaticity in Political Cognition.” In David P. Redlawsk, ed., Oxford Handbook of Political Decision-Making. New York: Oxford University Press Download here

[19] Hopkins, Daniel J., Cheryl R. Kaiser, Efrén O. Pérez, Sara Hagá, Corin Ramos, and Michael Zárate. 2019. “Does Perceiving Discrimination Influence Partisanship among Immigrant Minorities? Evidence from Five Experiments.” Journal of Experimental Political Science 7(2): 112-136 Download here

[18] Tavits, Margit, and Efrén O. Pérez. 2019. “Language Influences Mass Opinion Toward Gender and LGBT Equality.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116(34): 16781-16786  Download here

[17] Pérez, Efrén O., Andrew M. Engelhardt, and Maggie Deichert. 2019. “E Pluribus Unum? How Ethnic and National Identity Motivate Reactions to a Political Ideal.” The Journal of Politics 81(4): 1420-1433 Download here

[16] Pérez, Efrén O., and Margit Tavits. 2019. “Language Heightens the Political Salience of Ethnic Divisions.” Journal of Experimental Political Science 6(2): 131-140. Download here

[15] Pérez, Efrén O., and Margit Tavits. 2019. “Language Influences Public Attitudes Toward Gender Equality.” The Journal of Politics 81(1): 81-93. Download here

[14] Pérez, Efrén O., and Margit Tavits. 2017. “Language Shapes People’s Time Perspective and Support for Future-Oriented Policies.” American Journal of Political Science 61(3): 715-727. Download here

[13] Pérez, Efrén O. 2017. “Implicit Attitudes in Public Opinion.” In L. Sandy Maisel, ed., Oxford Bibliographies in Political Science. New York: Oxford University Press. Download here

[12] Pérez, Efrén O. 2016. “Rolling off the Tongue into the Top-of-the-Head: Explaining Language Effects on Public Opinion.” Political Behavior 38(3): 603-634. Download here

[11] Carter, Niambi M., and Efrén O. Pérez. 2016. “Race and Nation: How Racial Hierarchy Shapes National Attachments.” Political Psychology 37(4): 497-513Download here

[10] Pérez, Efrén O. 2015. “The Language-Opinion Connection.” In R. Michael Alvarez and Lonna Atkeson, eds., The Oxford Handbook of Polling and Polling Methods. New York: Oxford University Press. Download here

[9] Pérez, Efrén O. 2015. “Mind the Gap: Why Large Group Deficits in Political Knowledge Emerge–And What To Do About Them.” Political Behavior 37(4): 933-954. Download here

[8] Pérez, Efrén O. 2015. “Xenophobic Rhetoric and Its Political Effects on Immigrants and Their Co-Ethnics.” American Journal of Political Science 59(3): 549-564. Download here

[7] Pérez, Efrén O. 2015. “Ricochet: How Elite Discourse Politicizes Racial and Ethnic Identities.” Political Behavior 37(1): 155-180. Download here

[6] Pérez, Efrén O., and Marc J. Hetherington. 2014. “Authoritarianism in Black and White: Testing the Cross-Racial Validity of the Child Rearing Scale.” Political Analysis 22(3): 398-412. Download here

[5] Lee, Taeku, and Efrén O. Pérez. 2014. “The Persistent Connection Between Language-of-Interview and Latino Political Opinion.” Political Behavior 36(2): 401-425. Download here

[4] Pérez, Efrén O. 2013. “Implicit Attitudes: Meaning, Measurement, and Synergy With Political Science.” Politics, Groups, and Identities 1(2): 275-297. Download here

[3] Pérez, Efrén O. 2011. “The Origins and Implications of Language Effects in Multilingual Surveys: A MIMIC Approach with Application to Latino Political Attitudes.” Political Analysis 19(4): 434-454. Download here

[2] Pérez, Efrén O. 2010. “Explicit Evidence on the Import of Implicit Attitudes: The IAT and Immigration Policy Judgments.” Political Behavior 32(4): 517-545. Download here

[1] Pérez, Efrén O. 2009. “Lost in Translation? Item Validity in Bilingual Political Surveys.” The Journal of Politics 71(4): 1530-1548. Download here