Nowlin, Matthew C. 2019. Environmental Policymaking in an Era of Climate Change. New York, NY: Routledge.
Nowlin, Matthew C. 2020. Political Beliefs, Views about Technocracy, and Energy and Climate Policy Preferences. Public Understanding of Science, forthcoming
Wehde, Welsey and Matthew C. Nowlin. 2020. Public Attribution of Responsibility for Disaster Preparedness across Three Levels of Government and the Public: Lessons from a Survey of Residents of the U.S. South Atlantic and Gulf Coast Areas. Publius: The Journal of Federalism, forthcoming
Nowlin, Matthew C., Policy Learning and Information Processing. Policy Studies Journal, forthcoming
Nowlin, Matthew C., Kuhika Gupta, and Joseph T. Ripberger. 2020. Revenue Use and Public Support for a Carbon Tax. Envrionmental Research Letters, 15(8)
Nowlin, Matthew C. and Thomas M. Rabovsky. 2020. A Cultural Theory of Partisanship and Policy Attitudes. Social Science Quarterly, 101(2): 878-892.
Gupta, Kuhika, Matthew C. Nowlin, Joseph T. Ripberger, Hank Jenkins-Smith, and Carol Silva. 2019. Tracking the Nuclear ‘Mood’ in the United States: Introducing a Long Term Measure of Public Opinion about Nuclear Energy Using Aggregate Survey Data. Energy Policy, 133
Nowlin, Matthew C. and Thaddieus W. Conner. 2019. Hot Rocks that Shoot Ghost Bullets: Native American Perceptions of a Nuclear Waste Facility. Politics, Groups, and Identities, 7(1): 21-38.
Conner, Thaddieus W., Matthew C. Nowlin, Thomas M. Rabovsky, and Joseph T. Ripberger. 2016. Cultural Theory and Managerial Values: Examining Trust as a Motivation for Collaboration. Public Administration, 94(4): 915-932.
Nowlin, Matthew C. 2016. Modeling Issue Definitions using Quantitative Text Analysis. Policy Studies Journal, 44(3): 309-331.
Nowlin, Matthew C. 2016. Policy Change, Policy Feedback, and Interest Mobilization: The Politics of Nuclear Waste Management. Review of Policy Research, 33(1): 51-70.
Ripberger, Joseph T., Geoboo Song, Matthew C. Nowlin, Michael D. Jones, and Hank C. Jenkins-Smith. 2012. Reconsidering the Relationship Between Cultural Theory, Political Ideology, and Political Knowledge. Social Science Quarterly, 93(3): 713–731.
Goebbert, Kevin, Hank C. Jenkins-Smith, Kim Klockow, Matthew C. Nowlin, and Carol L. Silva. 2012. Weather, Climate and Worldviews: The Sources and Consequences of Public Perceptions of Changes in Local Weather Patterns. Weather, Climate, and Society, 4(2): 132–144.
Nowlin, Matthew C. 2011. Theories of the Policy Process: State of the Research and Emerging Trends. Policy Studies Journal, 39(s1): 41–60. Excerpted in: Theodoulou, Stella Z., and Matthew A. Cahn (eds). 2013. Public Policy: The Essential Readings. 2nd Edition. Pearson: New York, NY. pgs. 190-195
Jenkins-Smith, Hank C., Carol L. Silva, Carol L., Matthew C. Nowlin, and Grant deLozier. 2011. Reversing Nuclear Opposition: Evolving Public Acceptance of a Permanent Nuclear Waste Disposal Facility. Risk Analysis, 31(4): 629–644.
Nowlin, Matthew C. 2008. The Implementation of the Oklahoma Marriage Initiative to Individuals Receiving Temporary Assistance for Needy Families. Oklahoma Politics, Vol. 17: 111-131.
Nowlin, Matthew C. 2015. Partisanship, Information, and Public Opinion about Yucca Mountain. In Proceedings of the 15th International High-Level Radioactive Waste Management Conference, 226-231. American Nuclear Society.
Jenkins-Smith, Hank C., Joseph T. Ripberger, Gary Copeland, Matthew C. Nowlin, Tyler Hughes, Aaron L. Fister, and Wesley Wehde. 2017. Quantitative Research Methods for Political Science, Public Policy, and Public Administration. University Libraries, University of Oklahoma. SHAREOK, Open Education Resource.