Peer-reviewed Journal Publications
Rajan, Akhil, and Christina Pao. 2022. “Who Has Room for Error? The Effects of Political Scandal for Minority Candidates.” Electoral Studies 77 (June): 102460. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.electstud.2022.102460.
Zang, Emma, Anna Guo, Christina Pao, Nancy Lu, Bei Wu, and Terri R. Fried. “Trajectories of General Health Status and Depressive Symptoms Among Persons With Cognitive Impairment in the United States.” Journal of Aging and Health, (January 2022). https://doi.org/10.1177/08982643211060948.
Zang, Emma, Jessica West, Nathan Kim, and Christina Pao. 2021. “U.S. Regional Differences in Physical Distancing: Evaluating Racial and Socioeconomic Divides during the COVID-19 Pandemic.” PLOS ONE 16 (11): e0259665. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0259665.
Peer-reviewed Book Chapters
“Same Qualifications, Different Identities: Evaluating Voter Perceptions by Candidate Sexuality, Race, and Gender” with Akhil Rajan. (Forthcoming in the second edition of Distinct Identities: Minority Women in US Politics, edited by Nadia E. Brown and Sarah Allen Gershon in Routledge).
“Gender and Politics: An Overview of Political Opinion, Candidacy, and Movements” with Nate Roundy. (Conditional acceptance for Masculinity and Politics edited by Dan Cassino and Monika L. McDermott).
Migration Oxford Podcast: “Who Counts? Data and Migration” (2022). Hosts: Rob McNeil and Jacqui Broadhead. Guests: Emre Korkmaz and Christina Pao. (Listen here)