Separation barrier near the Qalandia checkpoint, 2010.
Zeitzoff, Thomas. 2016. "Anger, Legacies of Violence, and Group Conflict: An Experiment in Post-Riot Acre, Israel." Forthcoming in Conflict Management and Peace Science. (ONLINE APPENDIX).
Zeitzoff, Thomas, John Kelly, and Gilad Lotan. 2015. "Using social media to measure foreign policy dynamics: An empirical analysis of the Iranian–Israeli confrontation (2012–13)." Journal of Peace Research 52(3): 368-383.
Bausch, Andrew W. and Thomas Zeitzoff. 2015. "Citizen Information, Electoral Incentives, and Provision of Counter-Terrorism: An Experimental Approach." Political Behavior. 37(3): 723-748.
Getmansky, Anna, and Thomas Zeitzoff. 2014 "Terrorism and voting: The effect of rocket threat on voting in Israeli elections." American Political Science Review 108(3): 588-604. (ONLINE APPENDIX).
Zeitzoff, Thomas. 2014. "Anger, Exposure to Violence and Intragroup Conﬂict: A ‘Lab in the Field’ Experiment in Southern Israel." Forthcoming in Political Psychology. 35(3): 309-335. (ONLINE APPENDIX).
Bausch, Andrew W., Joao R. Faria, and Thomas Zeitzoff. 2013. "Warnings, Terrorist Threats and Resilience: A Laboratory Experiment." Conflict Management and Peace Science. 30(5): 433-451.
Zeitzoff, Thomas. 2011. “Using Social Media to Measure Conflict Dynamics: An Application to the 2008-2009 Gaza Conflict.” Journal of Conflict Resolution. 55(6): 938-969. (REPLICATION FILES).
Crisp, Brian F., Nathan M. Jensen, Guillermo Rosas, and Thomas Zeitzoff. 2010. “Vote-Seeking Incentives and Investment Environments: The Need for Credit Claiming and the Provision of Protectionism.” Electoral Studies: 29(2): 221-226.
Zeitzoff, Thomas. 2014. "Does Social Media Influence Conflict? Evidence from the 2012 Gaza Conflict."
Little Andrew and Thomas Zeitzoff. 2016. "The Inevitability of Conflict: An Indirect Evolutionary Approach."
Garcia-Ponce, Omar, Leonard Wantchekon, and Thomas Zeitzoff. 2016. "Choosing Between Corruption and Violence: A Survey Experiment on Fear, Drug-War Violence, and Political Behavior in Mexico."