New paper from Christian Grose, Neil Malhotra and Robert van Houweling:
"It employed a within-subjects design in which the
subjects of the experiment, U.S. senators, received one letter from a constituent taking a position
in favor of immigration reform; and a second letter from a different constituent opposing
immigration reform. By comparing how senators responded to these two letters we can identify
the frequency with which they tailor their messages to constituents with differing views on this
issue, as well as the form their targeted explanations take...."