Dr Todd Hartman
Senior Lecturer in Quantitative Methods
0114 222 7122
Todd is a political scientist and joined the Sheffield Methods Institute in 2014. Prior to this, he was Assistant Professor of Political Science at Appalachian State University and Director of Survey Research for the Centre for Economic Research and Policy Analysis. He is a graduate of the University of California at Davis (BA in International Relations), San Francisco State University (MA International Relations), and State University of New York at Stony Brook (PhD Political Science). Todd has extensive experience conducting surveys and experiments, and his research focuses on political psychology (especially political attitudes and intergroup relations).
Political psychology, group dynamics, political attitudes, surveys, experimental design, quantitative research methods.
- Johnston RJ, Rossiter D, Hartman T, Pattie CJ, Manley D & Jones K (2018) Exploring Constituency-Level Estimates for the 2017 British General Election. International Journal of Market Research. View this article in WRRO
- Johnston RJ, Pattie CJ, Hartman T, Manley D, Rossiter D & Jones K (2017) Scotland’s Electoral Geography Differed from the Rest of Britain’s in 2017 (and 2015) – Exploring its Contours. Scottish Geographical Journal. View this article in WRRO
- Johnston R, Rossiter D, Manley D, Pattie CJ, Hartman TK & Jones K (2017) Coming full circle: the 2017 UK general election and the changing electoral map. The Geographical Journal. View this article in WRRO
- Newman BJ & Hartman TK (2017) Mass Shootings and Public Support for Gun Control. British Journal of Political Science. View this article in WRRO
- Hester R & Hartman TK (2017) Conditional Race Disparities in Criminal Sentencing: A Test of the Liberation Hypothesis From a Non-Guidelines State. Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 33(1), 77-100. View this article in WRRO
- Newman BJ, Hartman TK, Lown PL & Feldman S (2015) Easing the Heavy Hand: Humanitarian Concern, Empathy, and Opinion on Immigration. British Journal of Political Science, 45(3), 583-607. View this article in WRRO
- Newman BJ, Velez YR, Hartman TK & Bankert A (2015) Are Citizens “Receiving the Treatment”? Assessing a Key Link in Contextual Theories of Public Opinion and Political Behavior. Political Psychology, 36(1), 123-131. View this article in WRRO
- Newman BJ, Hartman TK & Taber CS (2014) Social Dominance and the Cultural Politics of Immigration. Political Psychology, 35(2), 165-186. View this article in WRRO
- Hartman TK, Newman BJ & Bell CS (2014) Decoding Prejudice Toward Hispanics: Group Cues and Public Reactions to Threatening Immigrant Behavior. Political Behavior, 36(1), 143-163. View this article in WRRO
- Cassese E, Huddy L, Hartman TK, Mason L & Weber CR (2013) Socially-Mediated Internet Surveys (SMIS): Recruiting participants for online experiments. PS: Political Science and Politics, 46(04), 775-784. View this article in WRRO
- Newman BJ, Hartman TK & Taber CS (2012) Foreign language exposure, cultural threat, and opposition to immigration. Political Psychology, 33(5), 635-657. View this article in WRRO
- Hartman TK & Newmark AJ (2012) Motivated reasoning, political sophistication, and associations between President Obama and Islam. PS: Political Science and Politics, 45(03), 449-455. View this article in WRRO
- Hartman TK (2012) Toll booths on the information superhighway? policy metaphors in the case of net neutrality. Political Communication, 29(3), 278-298. View this article in WRRO
- Hartman TK & Weber CR (2009) Who said what? The effects of source cues in issue frames. Political Behavior, 31(4), 537-558. View this article in WRRO
- Pattie C, Hartman TK & Johnston R () Incumbent Parties, Incumbent MPs and the Effectiveness of Constituency Campaigns: Evidence From the 2015 UK General Election. British Journal of Politics & International Relations. View this article in WRRO
- Johnston R, Rossiter D, Hartman TK, Pattie C, Jones K & Manley DJ () Are we going to win that seat? An exploration of constituency-level estimates at the 2017 British General Election. International Journal of Market Research. View this article in WRRO
- Stanley L & Hartman TK (2016) Welfare recipients, public opinion and ‘deservingness’
- Stanley L & Hartman TK (2015) Annual Tax Summaries
- Kirkley, JE, Hartman TK, McDaniel T, McConnell K & Whitehead J (2011) An assessment of the social and economic importance of menhaden (brevoortia tyrannus) (Latrobe, 1802) in Chesapeake Bay region
- Cherry TC & Hartman TK (2010) “Rural Economic Opportunity: Barriers, Resources, and Best Practices
- Hartman TK GE2017: Can you trust that surprise exit poll?. View this article in WRRO
- Hartman TK, Pattie CJ & Johnston R It's sophisticated, but can you believe YouGov's startling election prediction?.
- Pattie CJ, Johnston R & Hartman TK Party canvassers don't change people's opinions, but they do persuade them to vote.
- Pattie C, Johnston R & Hartman TK There’s new U.K. campaign spending data from the 2015 general election. Here’s how the Tories won.
- Pattie C & Hartman TK The Dark Night of the Polls.
- Hartman TK Think you know which seats to watch on May 7? Think again.
- Hartman TK British voters don’t care and Americans hate each other: is there any hope for either?.
- Newman BJ, Hartman TK, Lown P & Feldman S ‘Humanitarian’ appeals encourage a permissive immigration policy.
- Hartman TK, Newman BJ & Bell CS Anti-Hispanic prejudice drives opposition to immigration in the U.S..
- Hartman TK (2014) Review of the book The politics of belonging: Race, public opinion, and immigration, by J. Junn & N. Masuoka]. Political science quarterly(129), 521-522.