CV & Publications

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Under Review

Lu, X. & Traunmüller, R. Improving Studies of Sensitive Topics Using Prior Evidence: A Unified Bayesian Framework for List Experiments.

Arnold, L. & Traunmüller, R. Religious Bridging and Bonding in Social Networks. New Evidence from a Cross-national Comparison of Eleven Democracies

Traunmüller, R. Testing the ‘Campus Cancel Culture’ Hypothesis.

Munzert, S. et al. Citizens’ Preferences for Online Hate Speech Regulation.

Helbling, M., Ivarsflaten, E. & Traunmüller, R. Zero-sum thinking and the cultural threat of Muslim religious rights.


Selected Recent Publications

Koos, C. & Traunmüller, R. (2024). The Gendered Costs of Stigma: How Experiences of Wartime Sexual Violence Encourage Civic Engagement for Women and Men. American Journal of Political Science (accepted)

Ivarsflaten, E., Helbling, M., Sniderman, P. M. & Traunmüller, R. (2024). Value Conflicts Revisited: Muslims, Gender Equality and Gestures of Respect. British Journal of Political Science doi:10.1017/S0007123423000637.

Helbling, M., Maxwell, R. & Traunmüller, R. (2024). Numbers, Selectivity and Rights: The Conditional Nature of Immigration Policy Preferences. Comparative Political Studies 57(2): 254-286.

Gonzalez, B. & Traunmüller, R. (2023). The Political Consequences of Wartime Sexual Violence: Evidence from a List Experiment. Journal of Peace Research

Stoetzer, L., Leemann, L. & Traunmüller, R. (2022). Learning From Polls during Electoral Campaigns. Political Behavior

Stoetzer, L. et al. (2022). Affective partisan polarization and moral dilemmas during the COVID-19 pandemic. Political Science Research & Methods  doi:10.1017/psrm.2022.13.

Murr, A., Traunmüller, R. & Gill, J. (2022). Computing quantities of interest and their uncertainty using Bayesian simulation. Political Science Research & Methods

Helbling, M., Jäger, F. & Traunmüller, R. (2022). Muslim Bias or Fear of Fundamentalist Religion? A Survey Experiment in Five Western European Democracies. Research & Politics

Traunmüller, R. & Helbling, M. (2022). Backlash to Policy Decisions: How Citizens React to Immigrants’ Rights to Demonstrate. Political Science Research & Methods  10(2): 279 – 297. 

Leemann, L., Stoetzer, L. & Traunmüller, R. (2021). Eliciting Beliefs as Distributions in Online Surveys. Political Analysis 29(4): 541-553.

Helbling, M. & Traunmüller, R. (2020). What is Islamophobia? Disentangling Citizens’ Feelings Toward Ethnicity, Religion, and Religiosity Using a Survey Experiment. British Journal of Political Science 50(3): 811-828. (Lead Article)

  • Best Paper Award 2017 of the CES Immigration Research Network.

Claassen, C. & Traunmüller, R. (2020). Improving and Validating Survey Estimates of Religious Demography Using Bayesian Multilevel Models with Poststratification. Sociological Methods & Research 49(3): 603–636.

Traunmüller, R., Kijewski, S. & Freitag, M. (2019). The Silent Victims of Sexual Violence During War: Evidence from a List Experiment in Sri Lanka. Journal of Conflict Resolution  63(9): 2015-2042.

Helbling, M. & Traunmüller, R. (2016). How State Support of Religion Shapes Attitudes Toward Muslim Immigrants. New Evidence from a Subnational Comparison. Comparative Political Studies 49(1): 391-424. [Online AppendixErratum Figure 3].

  • Best Article Award 2017 (‘Honorable Mention’) of the APSA section on Migration and Citizenship.

Traunmüller, R., Murr, A. & Gill, J. (2015). Modeling Latent Information in Voting Data with Dirichlet Process Priors. Political Analysis 23(1): 1-20. (Lead Article)