Publications

Monographs and edited volumes

Articles with peer review

Contributions in edited volumes

Working papers

  • Baumann, M. & D. Nyhuis. Inherent motivation in legislative collaboration: Cosponsorship networks in three European parliaments.
  • Behrens, L., D. Nyhuis & T. Gschwend. Opposition strategies in legislative review: Tracing the strategic use of legislative amendments using syntax-aware automated text analysis.
  • Hönnige, C., D. Nyhuis, P. Meyer, P. Köker & S. Shikano. Dominating the debate: The presence of British MPs in Brexit reporting.
  • König, P., D. Nyhuis & S. Shikano. Populist challengers and the dimensionality of political conflict: The rise of an anti-establishment dimension.
  • Nyhuis, D. Local policy preferences, competing principals, and strategic candidate ambiguity.
  • Nyhuis, D., L. Behrens, T. Gschwend, T. Ringwald, M. S. Sarfraz & R. Stiefelhagen. Beyond text as data: Automated video analysis for research on legislative politics.
  • Nyhuis, D., L. Behrens, T. Gschwend, T. Ringwald & R. Stiefelhagen. Individual salience attributions in the US House of Representatives: Evidence from an automated analysis of parliamentary video recordings.
  • Nyhuis, D. & T. Faas. Second screen effects on perceived candidate performance.
  • Nyhuis, D., M. Henneke & T. Zittel. Representation beyond the district: A party-level rationale for geographic representation.
  • Nyhuis, D., M. Germann, M. Harmening, J. Fivaz & D. Schwarz. The cohesion of Swiss cantonal parties: A candidate-centered perspective.
  • Nyhuis, D. & S. Shikano. Short-term dynamics of political preferences: Candidate valence during electoral campaigns.
  • Nyhuis. D. & L. Stoetzer. A comprehensive model for estimating party ambiguity.
  • Nyhuis, D., T. Zittel & M. Henneke. The politicization of social divisions in legislative contexts: A dictionary-based analysis of parliamentary questions in the German Bundestag.

Recent conference contributions and invited talks

  • Nyhuis, D., L. Behrens, T. Gschwend, T. Ringwald & R. Stiefelhagen. 2019. Individual salience attributions in the US House of Representatives: Evidence from an automated analysis of parliamentary video recordings. Annual Conference of the MPSA. Chicago, April 4–7.
  • Nyhuis, D., L. Behrens, T. Gschwend, T. Ringwald, M. S. Sarfraz & R. Stiefelhagen. 2019. Beyond text as data: Computer vision in political research. Conference of the PSA Methodology Group. Warwick, January 11.
  • Nyhuis, D. & P. König. 2018. Estimating the conflict dimensionality in the German Länder from vote advice applications, 2014–2017. ECPR General Conference. Hamburg, August 22–25.
  • Zittel, T., D. Nyhuis & M. Baumann. 2018. Geographic representation in party dominated legislatures: The case of the German Bundestag. ECPR General Conference. Hamburg, August 22–25.
  • König, P., D. Nyhuis & S. Shikano. 2018. Populist challengers and the dimensionality of political conflict: The rise of an anti-establishment dimension. Annual Conference of the EPSA. Vienna, June 21–23.
  • König, P., D. Nyhuis & S. Shikano. 2018. Populistische Herausforderer und politische Konfliktdimensionalität. Meeting of the DVPW working groups “Politik und Kommunikation” and “Wahlen und politische Einstellungen”. Berlin, May 24–25.
  • Shikano, S., D. Nyhuis, P. König & T. Küntzler. 2018. Populistische Herausforderer in Deutschland: Ein multikategoriales Item Response Modell zur Analyse politischer Konfliktdimensionalität. Meeting of the DVPW section “Methoden der Politikwissenschaft”. Frankfurt, May 4–5.
  • Czulo, O., D. Nyhuis & A. Weyell. 2018. The effect of terroristic events on the framing of extremism in mediated public discourse. General Online Research. Cologne, February 28-March 2.
  • Nyhuis, D. & S. Shikano. 2018. Short-term dynamics of political preferences: Candidate valence during electoral campaigns. Conference of the PSA Methodology Group. Essex, January 12.
  • Zittel, T. & D. Nyhuis. 2017. Three faces of party unity: Roll call behavior and vote explanations in the German Bundestag. ECPR General Conference. Oslo, September 6–9.
  • Ceyhan, S., D. Nyhuis & T. Zittel. 2017. The dilemma of intra-party democracy: Candidate selection and the quality of legislators. Conference of the ECPR Standing Group on Parliaments. Basel, June 29–July 1.
  • Nyhuis, D., M. Henneke & T. Zittel. 2017. Representation beyond the district: A party-level rationale for geographic representation. Annual Conference of the EPSA. Milan, June 22–24.
  • Nyhuis, D., M. Henneke & T. Zittel. 2017. Geographic representation in legislative text: Generating dictionaries for automated content analyses of individual parliamentary instruments. Meeting of the DVPW section “Methoden der Politikwissenschaft”. Mainz, May 12–14.
  • Stoetzer, L. & D. Nyhuis. 2017. A comprehensive statistical model for estimating party ambiguity. Annual Meeting of the PSA. Glasgow, April 10–12.