Full CV (in PDF). Disclosures of competing interests.

Most recent and most cited publications on Google Scholar.

Working papers

Learning causal effects from many randomized experiments using regularized instrumental variables.
Peysakhovich, A., & Eckles, D.

Thompson sampling with the online bootstrap.
Eckles, D., & Kaptein, M.

Bias and high-dimensional adjustment in observational studies of peer effects.
Eckles, D., & Bakshy, E.
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Published and forthcoming papers

Exact p-values for network interference.
Athey, S., Eckles, D, & Imbens, G.
NBER Working Paper 21313.
Forthcoming in Journal of the American Statistical Association.

Design and analysis of experiments in networks: Reducing bias from interference.
Eckles, D., Karrer, B., & Ugander, J.
Forthcoming in Journal of Causal Inference.

Social influence and political mobilization: Further evidence from a randomized experiment in the 2012 U.S. Presidential Election.
Jones, J. J., Bond, R. M., Bakshy, E., Eckles, D., & Fowler, J. H.
Forthcoming in PLOS One.

Estimating peer effects in networks with peer encouragement designs.
Eckles, D., Kizilcec, R. F. & Bakshy, E. (2016).
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 113(27), 7316-7322.
(pdf, supplement)

Rumor cascades.
Friggeri, A., Adamic, L., Eckles, D., & Cheng, J. (2014).
Proceedings of ICWSM 2014. AAAI.

Designing and deploying online field experiments.
Bakshy, E., Eckles, D., Bernstein, M. (2014).
Proceedings of WWW 2014. ACM.

Uncertainty in online experiments with dependent data: An evaluation of bootstrap methods.
Bakshy, E., & Eckles, D. (2013).
Proceedings of KDD. ACM.

Bootstrapping data arrays of arbitrary order.
Owen, A.B., & Eckles, D. (2012).
Annals of Applied Statistics, 6(3), 895-927.

Social influence in social advertising: Evidence from field experiments.
Bakshy, E., Eckles, D., Yan, R., & Rosenn, I. (2012).
Proceedings of EC 2012. ACM.

Heterogeneity in the effects of online persuasion.
Kaptein, M., & Eckles, D. (2012).
Journal of Interactive Marketing, 26(3):176–188.

Selected older work

Selecting effective means to any end: Futures and ethics of persuasion profiling.
Kaptein, M., & Eckles, D. (2010).
Proceedings of Persuasive Technology 2010. Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Springer.

Social responses in mobile messaging: Influence strategies, self-disclosure, and source orientation.
Eckles, D., Wightman, D., Carlson, C., Thamrongrattanarit, A., Bastea-Forte, M. & Fogg, B. J. (2009).
Proceedings of CHI 2009. ACM.

The behavior chain for online participation: How successful web services structure persuasion.
Fogg, B. J., & Eckles, D. (2007).
Proceedings of Persuasive Technology 2007. Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Springer.

Over-exposed? Privacy patterns and considerations in online and mobile photo sharing.
Ahern, S., Eckles, D., Good, N., King, S., Naaman, M., & Nair, R. (2007).
Proceedings of CHI 2007. ACM.

Mobile Persuasion: 20 Perspectives on the Future of Behavior Change.
Fogg, B. J., & Eckles, D., editors. (2007). Stanford Captology Media, 2007.

ZoneTag: Designing context-aware mobile media capture to increase participation.
Ahern, S., Davis, M., Eckles, D., King, S., Naaman, M., Nair, R., Spasojevic, M. & Yang, J. (2006).
Workshop on Pervasive Image Capture and Sharing (PICS 2006), Adjunct Proceedings of Ubicomp 2006.