Jenke, Libby and Michael Munger. Forthcoming. "The Significance of Salience in Candidate Evaluation: Is Mouse Tracking a Better Measure?" Public Choice. DOI 10.1007/s11127-019-00711-6 .
Aldrich, John and Libby Jenke. 2017. “Turnout and the Calculus of Voting: Recent Advances and Prospects for Integration with Theories of Campaigns and Elections,” in Cantijoch, Martha, Edward Fieldhouse, Mark Franklin, Rachel Gibson, Christopher Wlezien, and Justin Fisher (Ed.), Routledge Handbook on Public Opinion and Voting Behavior, Routledge.
Jenke, Libby and Scott Huettel. 2016. “Issues or Identity? Cognitive Foundations of Voter Choice,” Trends in Cognitive Sciences 20(11): 794-804.
Jenke, Libby and Christopher Gelpi. 2016. “Theme and Variation: Historical Contingencies in the Causal Model of Inter-State Conflict,” Journal of Conflict Resolution 61(10): 2262-2284.
“Voter Decision Making Models: Predetermined or Primed?” Under review.
“The Unique Utility Function of Morally Convicted Voters.” Under review.
Tracking Independents' Use of Policy Information in Candidate Evaluation
“Voter Preferences Reflect a Competition Between Policy and Identity.” With Scott Huettel. Under Review.
“A New ‘Two Faces of Issue Voting:’ Are Public Preferences Pragmatic or Principled Policies?" With John Aldrich.