Jenke, L. & Munger, M. Forthcoming. The Significance of Salience in Candidate Evaluation: Is Mouse Tracking a Better Measure? Public Choice. DOI 10.1007/s11127-019-00711-6 .
Aldrich, J. H., & Jenke, L. M. (2017). Recent advances and prospects for integration with theories of campaigns and elections. The Routledge Handbook of Elections, Voting Behavior and Public Opinion.
Jenke, L., & Huettel, S. A. (2016). Issues or identity? Cognitive foundations of voter choice. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 20(11), 794-804.
Jenke, L., & Gelpi, C. (2017). Theme and variations: historical contingencies in the causal model of interstate conflict. Journal of Conflict Resolution, 61(10), 2262-2284.
“Voter Decision Making Models: Predetermined or Primed?” Under review.
Tracking Independents' Use of Policy Information in Candidate Evaluation
“Voter Preferences Reflect a Competition Between Policy and Identity.” With S. Huettel. Under Review.
"Using Eye-Tracking to Understand Decision-Making in Conjoint Experiments" With K. Bansak, J. Hainmueller, and D. Hangartner
"Poor as a Church Mouse: Measuring the Attention Paid by MTurkers Using Mouse-Tracking"