Dr. Jason D. Mycoff
Jason D. Mycoff, PhD (Ohio State University, 2002) joined the Department in 2002. His research interests include the Congress, presidency, and judiciary with special interest in committees, political leadership, and the interaction between the legislative and executive branches. He teaches American politics classes including Introduction to American Political Systems, Congress and Public Policy, a graduate seminar on American Political Institutions, and Data Analysis. Professor Mycoff currently serves as Director of Undergraduate Studies in the Department.
'The Empirical Effects of Voter-ID Laws: Present or Absent.' with Michael W. Wagner and David C. Wilson. PS: Political Science January 2009.
Political Science Research Methods. With Janet Buttolph Johnson and H.T. Reynolds. Washington, D.C.: CQ Press, 2008.
Confrontation and Compromise: Presidential and Congressional Leadership, 2001-2006. With Joseph A. Pika. Boulder: Rowman and Littlefield, 2007.
'Party Loyalty and Legislative Success: Are Loyal Majority Party Members More Successful in the U.S. House of Representatives?' With Edward B. Hasecke. Political Research Quarterly. 60:4 (2007).