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                                  JEREMY FREESE

                               Department of Sociology
                               Northwestern University
                                 1810 Chicago Avenue
                                  Evanston, IL 60208
                                (847) 467-3985 (office)
                                 (847) 491-9907 (fax)
                              jfreese@northwestern.edu

EMPLOYMENT

2007-present Professor, Department of Sociology, Northwestern University
             (Department Chair, 2010-present; Faculty Fellow, Institute for Policy
             Research, 2007-present)

2007          Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Wisconsin–Madison

2005-2007     Fellow, Robert Wood Johnson Scholars in Health Policy Program,
              Harvard University

2005-2007     Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Wisconsin–
              Madison

2001-2005     Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Wisconsin–
              Madison

EDUCATION

Ph.D.          2000, Indiana University, Sociology
               Special Concentration: Survey and Experimental Methodology
               Minor: Social Semiotics of Language

               Dissertation Title: “What Should Sociology Do About Darwin?:
               Evaluating the Potential Contributions of Sociobiology and Evolutionary
               Psychology to Sociology”
               Committee: Brian Powell (chair), Arthur S. Alderson, Thomas F. Gieryn,
               J. Scott Long, Sheldon Stryker

M.A.           1995, Indiana University, Sociology
               Thesis Title: “Prosody in Conversational News Deliveries.”
               Master‟s Committee: Douglas W. Maynard, William A. Corsaro

B.A.           1993, with Honors and with Highest Distinction, University of Iowa,



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               Sociology
               Minor: English


RESEARCH AND TEACHING INTERESTS

Social Psychology / Sociology of Cognition
Sociology of Health, Illness, and Medicine
Sociology of Science and Technology
Quantitative and Qualitative Methodology

PUBLICATIONS

Forthcoming Hanna Grol-Prokopczyk, Jeremy Freese, Robert M. Hauser. “Using
            Anchoring Vignettes to Assess Group Differences in General Self-Rated
            Health.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior.

Forthcoming Maynard, Douglas W. and Jeremy Freese. “Good News, Bad News, and
            Affect: Practical and Temporal „Emotion Work‟ in Everyday Life.” Anssi
            Peräkylä and Marja-Leena Sorjonen (eds). Emotion in Interaction
            Cambridge University Press.

Forthcoming Jeremy Freese and Karen Lutfey. “Fundamental Causality: Challenges of
            an Animating Concept for Medical Sociology.” Bernice A. Pescosolido,
            Jack K. Martin, Jane McLeod, and Ann Rogers (eds.) The Handbook of
            the Sociology of Health, Illness, and Healing.

Forthcoming Maynard, Douglas W., Nora Cate Schaeffer, and Jeremy Freese.
            “Improving Response Rates in Telephone Interviews.” To appear in
            Charles Antaki (ed.) Applied Conversation Analysis. Palgrave Macmillan.

2010          Douglas W. Maynard, Jeremy Freese, Nora Cate Schaeffer. “Calling for
              Participation: Requests, Blocking Moves, and Rational (Inter)action in
              Survey Introductions.” American Sociological Review 75(5):791-814.

2010          Lei Jin, Felix Elwert, Jeremy Freese, and Nicholas Christakis.
              “Preliminary Evidence Regarding the Hypothesis that the Sex Ratio at
              Sexual Maturity May Affect Longevity in Men.” Demography 47: 579-
              86.

2010          Sara Shostak and Jeremy Freese. "Gene-Environment Interaction and
              Medical Sociology." Pp. 418-434 Chloe E. Bird, Allen M. Fremont, Stefan
              Timmermans, and Peter Conrad (eds.) Handbook of Medical Sociology,
              6th Edition.




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2010   Jeremy Freese and Eszter Hargittai. “Cache Me If You Can.” Contexts
       9(4): 66-68.

2009   Jeremy Freese and Sara Shostak. “Genetics and Social Inquiry.” Annual
       Review of Sociology 35: 107-128.

2009   Jeremy Freese. “Secondary Analysis of Large Social Surveys.” Pp. 238-
       261 in Eszter Hargittai (ed.) Research Confidential. Ann Arbor, MI:
       University of Michigan Press.

2009   Jeremy Freese. “Preferences and the Explanation of Social Behavior.”
       Pp. 94-114 in Peter Hedström and Peter Bearman, Oxford Handbook of
       Analytic Sociology.

2009   Sara Shostak, Jeremy Freese, Bruce G. Link, and Jo C. Phelan. “The
       Politics of the Gene: Social Status and Beliefs about Genetics for
       Individual Outcomes.” Social Psychology Quarterly 72: 79-93.

2009   Jeremy Freese. “The Limits of Evolutionary Psychology and The Open-
       Endedness of Social Possibility.” Sociologia 3.

2009   Jeremy Freese. “Blogs and the Attention Market for Public Intellectuals.”
       Society 46:45-48.

2008   Jeremy Freese. “Genetics and the Social Science Explanation of
       Individual Outcomes.” American Journal of Sociology 114: S1-S35.

2008   Jeremy Freese. “The Problem of Predictive Promiscuity in Deductive
       Applications of Evolutionary Reasoning to Intergenerational Transfers:
       Three Cautionary Tales.” Pp. 45-78 in Alan Booth, Ann C. Crouter,
       Suzanne Bianchi, and Judith A. Seltzer (eds.) Caring and Exchange
       Within and Across Generations. Washington, DC: Urban Institute Press.

2008   Wendy Cadge, Jeremy Freese, and Nicholas Christakis. “The Provision of
       Hospital Chaplaincy in the United States: A National Overview.”
       Southern Medical Journal 101(6): 626-630.

2007   Jeremy Freese. “Overcoming Objections to Open-Source Social Science.”
       Sociological Methods and Research 36: 220-226.

2007   Jeremy Freese. “Replication Standards for Quantitative Social Science:
       Why not Sociology?” Sociological Methods and Research 36:153-172.
       (Reprinted in W. Paul Vogt [ed.], Data Collection, Sage Benchmarks in
       Social Research Methods.)




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2007   Jeremy Freese and James D. Montgomery. “The Devil Made Her Do It?:
       Evaluating Risk Preference as an Explanation of Sex Differences in
       Religiousness.” Pp. 187-230 in Shelley J. Correll (ed.), Advances in
       Group Processes: The Social Psychology of Gender. Oxford: Elsevier.

2007   Jeremy Freese, Sheri Meland, and William Irwin. “Expressions of
       Positive Emotion in Photographs, Personality, and Later-Life Marital and
       Health Outcomes.” Journal of Research on Personality. 41:488-497.

2007   Karen Lutfey and Jeremy Freese. “Ambiguities of Chronic Illness
       Management and Challenges to the Medical Error Paradigm.” Social
       Science and Medicine 64: 314-325.

2006   Kathryn E. Flynn, Maureen Smith, and Jeremy Freese. “When Do Older
       Adults Turn to the Internet for Health Information? Findings from the
       Wisconsin Longitudinal Study.” Journal of General Internal Medicine
       21:1295-301.

2006   Kristen W. Springer, Robert M. Hauser, and Jeremy Freese. “Bad News
       Indeed for Ryff‟s Six-Factor Model of Well-Being.” Social Science
       Research 35: 1120-1131.

2006   Jeremy Freese, Salvador Rivas, and Eszter Hargittai. “Cognitive Ability
       and Internet Use among Older Adults.” Poetics. 34: 236-249.

2006   Jeremy Freese. “The Analysis of Variance and the Social Complexities of
       Genetic Causation.” International Journal of Epidemiology 35: 534-536.

2005   J. Scott Long and Jeremy Freese. Regression Models for Categorical
       Outcomes using Stata, Second Edition. College Station, TX: Stata Press.

2005   Karen Lutfey and Jeremy Freese. “Toward Some Fundamentals of
       Fundamental Causality: Socioeconomic Status and Health in Treatment
       Design for Diabetes” American Journal of Sociology 110:1326-1372.

2004   Jeremy Freese. “Risk Preferences and Gender Differences in
       Religiousness: Evidence from the World Values Survey.” Review of
       Religious Research 46: 88-91.

2003   Jason Schnittker, Jeremy Freese, and Brian Powell. “Who are Feminists
       and What Do They Believe?: The Role of Generations.” American
       Sociological Review 68: 607-622.




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2003   Jeremy Freese, Jui-Chung Allen Li, and Lisa Wade. “The Potential
       Relevances of Biology to Social Inquiry.” Annual Review of Sociology 29:
       233-56.

2003   Dean Krahn, Jeremy Freese, Robert M. Hauser, Kristen Barry, Brian
       Goodman. “Alcohol Use and Cognition at Mid-Life: The Importance of
       Adjusting for Baseline Cognitive Ability and Educational Attainment.”
       Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 27: 1162-66.

2003   Jeremy Freese and Brian Powell. “Tilting at Twindmills: Rethinking
       Sociological Responses to Behavioral Genetics.” Journal of Health and
       Social Behavior 44: 130-135.

2003   Jeremy Freese. “Imaginary Imaginary Friends?: Television Viewing and
       Satisfaction with Friendships.” Evolution and Human Behavior 24: 65-69.

2002   Jeremy Freese and Sheri Meland. “Seven Tenths Incorrect: Heterogeneity
       and Change in the Waist-to-Hip Ratios of Playboy Centerfold Models and
       Miss America Winners.” Journal of Sex Research 39: 133-138.

2002   Jeremy Freese. “Evolutionary Psychology: „New Science‟ or the Same
       Old Storytelling?” Contexts 1(3) 44-49.

2001   J. Scott Long and Jeremy Freese. Regression Models for Categorical
       Outcomes using Stata. College Station, TX: Stata Press. Revised first
       edition, Stata Press, 2003.

2001   Jeremy Freese and Brian Powell. “Making Love out of Nothing at All?:
       Null Findings and the Trivers-Willard Hypothesis.” American Journal of
       Sociology 106: 1776-1789.

2000   Jason Schnittker, Jeremy Freese, and Brian Powell. “Nature, Nurture,
       Neither, Nor: Black-White Differences in Beliefs about the Causes and
       Appropriate Treatment of Mental Illness.” Social Forces 72: 1101-1132.

1999   Jeremy Freese and Brian Powell. “Sociobiology, Status, and Parental
       Investment in Sons and Daughters: Testing the Trivers-Willard
       Hypothesis” American Journal of Sociology 106: 1704-43.

1999   Jeremy Freese, Brian Powell, and Lala Carr Steelman. “Rebel Without a
       Cause or Effect: Birth Order and Social Attitudes.” American Sociological
       Review 64: 207-31.

1999   Jeremy Freese, Julie Artis, and Brian Powell. “Now I Know My ABC‟s:
       Demythologizing Grade Inflation.” Pages 185-94 in The Social Worlds of



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         Higher Education, Bernice A. Pescosolido and Ron Aminzade (eds.).
         Thousand Oaks, CA: Pine Forge Press.

1998     Jeremy Freese and Douglas W. Maynard. “Prosodic Features of Bad News
         and Good News in Conversation.” Language in Society 27: 195-219.


WORKING PAPERS

2010     Hanna Grol-Prokopczyk, Jeremy Freese and Robert M. Hauser. Anchors-
         A Way? Using Anchoring Vignettes to Assess Group Differences in Self-
         Rated Health

2007     James A. Yonker, Robert M. Hauser, and Jeremy Freese. The
         Dimensionality and Measurement of Cognitive Functioning at Age 65 in
         the Wisconsin Longitudinal Study.

2007     James A. Yonker, Dean D. Krahn, Jeremy Freese, and Robert M. Hauser.
         Alcohol Consumption and Later Life Cognitive Ability: The Effects of
         Correcting for Baseline Cognition

2006     Jeremy Freese and Salvador Rivas. Cognition, Personality, and Individual
         Response to Technological Change: The Case of Internet Adoption.

2006     Jeremy Freese. Cognitive Skills and Survey Nonresponse: Evidence from
         Two Longitudinal Studies.

BOOK REVIEWS

2006      Jeremy Freese. Review of Paul Kamolnick‟s The Just Meritocracy: IQ,
          Class Mobility, and American Social Policy. Contemporary Sociology
          35: 250-252.

2006      Jeremy Freese. Review of Gerhard Lenski‟s Ecological-Evolutionary
          Theory: Principles and Applications. Social Forces.

2003      Jeremy Freese. Review of Jonathan Marks‟s What It Means To Be 98%
          Chimpanzee: Apes, People, and Their Genes. Social Forces 81: 1054-
          1056.

2003      Jeremy Freese. “Between a Rock and a Blank Slate.” Review of Steven
          Pinker‟s The Blank Slate. Contexts 2 (2): 63-65.

2002      Jeremy Freese. Review of Lawrence Hamilton‟s Statistics with Stata.
          Stata Journal 2: 223-225.



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2002       Jeremy Freese. Review of Stephen Sanderson‟s The Evolution of Human
           Sociality Contemporary Sociology 31: 358-59.

2001       Jeremy Freese. Review of Leon E. Trachtman and Robert Perrucci‟s
           Science Under Siege: Interest Groups and the Science Wars.
           Contemporary Sociology 30: 266-67.

1998       Jeremy Freese and Brian Powell. Review of Frank J. Sulloway‟s Born to
           Rebel: Birth Order, Family Dynamics, and Creative Lives.
           Contemporary Sociology 27: 57-58.

1996       Jeremy Freese. Review of Howard Nathaniel Boughey‟s Ordinary Social
           Occasions, Sandcastles, and Structural Reproduction: A Sociology of
           Everybody’s Social Life. American Journal of Sociology, 102: 272-73.

SOFTWARE

2002       Jeremy Freese. “Least likely observations in regression models for
           categorical outcomes” Stata Journal 2(3): 227-231.

2001       J. Scott Long and Jeremy Freese. “Predicted Probabilities for Count
           Models.” Stata Journal 1(1): 51-57.

2000       Jeremy Freese and J. Scott Long. “Tests for Multinomial Logit.” Stata
           Technical Bulletin 58: 19-25.

2000       J. Scott Long and Jeremy Freese. “Listing and Interpreting Transformed
           Coefficients for Certain Regression Models.” Stata Technical Bulletin 57:
           27-34.

2000       J. Scott Long and Jeremy Freese. “Scalar Measures of Fit for Regression
           Models.” Stata Technical Bulletin 56: 34-40.

INVITED PRESENTATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS AT PROFESSIONAL
MEETINGS

2010       Jeremy Freese. “Taq1a and Education and Political Outcomes: Evidence
           from the Wisconsin Longitudinal Study.” Invited Colloquium, Conference
           on Integrating Genetics into Social Sciences, University of Colorado-
           Boulder.

2010       Jeremy Freese. “Integrating Genotypic Data into Social Science: The
           Cautionary Tale of Taq1a.” Invited Colloquium, Oxford University
           (Nuffield).




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2010   Jeremy Freese. “Integrating Genotypic Data into Social Science: The
       Cautionary Tale of Taq1a.” Invited Colloquium, Stanford University.

2010   Jeremy Freese. “Why Are Wealthier People Healthier.” Invited
       Colloquium, University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

2010   Jeremy Freese. “Integrating Genotypic Data into Social Science: The
       Cautionary Tale of Taq1a.” Invited Colloquium, University of Nebraska-
       Lincoln.

2009   Jeremy Freese. “Integrating Genotypic Data into Social Science: The
       Cautionary Tale of Taq1a.” Invited Colloquium, University of Colorado-
       Boulder.

2009   Jeremy Freese. “Integrating Genotypic Data into Social Science: The
       Cautionary Tale of Taq1a.” Invited Colloquium, Princeton University.

2009   Jeremy Freese. “Integrating Genotypic Data into Social Science: Evidence
       from the Wisconsin Longitudinal Study.” Conference on European and
       American Studies, Academia Sinica, Taiwan.

2009   Jeremy Freese. “Genetics and the Social Science Explanation of
       Individual Outcomes.” Invited Colloquium, University of Wisconsin-
       Madison.

2009   Jeremy Freese. “Gen(i)e in the Bottle: The Arrival of Genotypic Measures
       in Social Science.” Invited Colloquium, Massachusetts Institute of
       Technology.

2009   Jeremy Freese. “Integrating Genotypic Data into Social Science.” New
       Genomics Symposium, Department of Epidemiology, University of
       Bristol.

2009   Jeremy Freese. “Genotypic Data and Social Science.” Invited
       Colloquium, Ohio State University.

2009   Jeremy Freese. “Genotypic Data and Social Science.” Invited
       Colloquium, University of California at Berkeley.

2008   Douglas Maynard, Jeremy Freese, and Nora Cate Schaeffer. Requesting as
       a Social Action: Implications for Non-Response and „Leverage-Saliency‟
       in the Survey Interview. Presentation at the Annual Meetings of the
       American Sociological Association, Boston.




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2008   Jeremy Freese. Cognitive Ability and Promoting Choice in Health Policy
       Innovation: The Medicare Prescription Drug Benefit. Presentation at the
       Annual Meetings of the American Sociological Association, Boston.

2008   Jeremy Freese. “Genetics and the Social Science Explanation of
       Individual Outcomes.” Presentation at the Annual Meetings of the
       Population Association of America, New Orleans.

2007   Jeremy Freese. Cognitive Differences and Choices about the Medicare
       Prescription Drug Benefit. Presentation at the Annual Meetings of the
       Gerontological Society of America, San Francisco.

2007   Hanna Grol-Prokopczyk, Jeremy Freese, and Robert M. Hauser. When
       One Person‟s Good is Another Person‟s Poor: Can Anchoring Vignettes
       Help Us Understand Subjective Ratings in Surveys. Presentation of the
       Annual Meetings of the Gerontological Society of America, San
       Francisco.

2007   James M. Raymo Deborah S. Carr, Jeremy Freese, Robert M. Hauser, and
       Megan Sweeney. Planfulness across the Life Course and Preparation for
       Retirement. Presentation of the Annual Meetings of the Gerontological
       Society of America, San Francisco.

2007   Jeremy Freese. “Cognitive Ability, Procrastination, and the Promotion of
       Choice in Health Policy: Considering the Medicare Prescription Drug
       Benefit.” Invited Colloquium, Yale University.

2007   Jeremy Freese. “Why are the Wealthier Healthier?” Invited Colloquium,
       Cornell University.

2007   Jeremy Freese. “Cognitive Ability, Procrastination, and the Promotion of
       Choice in Health Policy: Considering the Medicare Prescription Drug
       Benefit.” Meetings of the Robert Wood Johnson Scholars in Health Policy
       Research Program, Aspen, CO.

2007   Jeremy Freese. “Genetics and the Social Science Explanation of
       Biographical Outcomes.” Invited Colloquium, Brigham Young University

2007   Jeremy Freese. “The Challenge of Freakonomics to Quantitative
       Sociology.” Meetings of the Eastern Sociological Society, Philadelphia.

2007   Jeremy Freese, Sara Shostak, Jo C. Phelan, and Bruce G. Link. “Beliefs
       about Genetics Causation and Genetics Policy Attitudes.” Meetings of the
       Eastern Sociological Society, Philadelphia




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2006   Jeremy Freese, Salvador Rivas, and Eszter Hargittai. “Cognition and
       Internet Use among Older Adults.” Meetings of the Gerontological
       Society of America, Dallas.

2006   James Yonker, Dean Krahn, Jeremy Freese, and Robert M. Hauser.
       “Alcohol Use and Cognitive Functioning in the Near Elderly: A
       Replication and Extension.” Meetings of the Gerontological Society of
       America, Dallas.

2006   Jeremy Freese and Robert M. Hauser. “Cognition and Survey Response:
       Implications for Longitudinal Studies.” Meetings of the Gerontological
       Society of America, Dallas.

2006   Jeremy Freese. “Making Sense of the Modern Stone Age Family:
       Problems of Predictive Promiscuity.” Annual Symposium on Family
       Issues, Pennsylvania State University

2006   Devah Pager and Jeremy Freese. “How Far to Extend the Helping Hand?:
       An Experimental Survey of Attitudes Toward Government Assistance to
       the Unemployed.” Presentation to the Annual Meetings of the American
       Sociological Association, Montreal.

2006   Jeremy Freese and Salvador Rivas. “Cognitive Ability and Internet Use
       among Older Adults.” Presentation at the Annual Meetings of the
       American Sociological Association, Montreal.

2006   Salvador Rivas and Jeremy Freese. “Income and Digital Inequalities in the
       United States.” Presentation at the Institute for Research on Poverty
       Annual Summer Workshop, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

2006   Kathryn E. Flynn, Maureen A. Smith, and Jeremy Freese. “How Older
       Adults Use the Internet to Look for Health Information.” Oral
       Presentation at the Academy for Health Services and Health Policy Annual
       Research Meeting, Seattle.

2006   Jeremy Freese. “Cognition, Education, and Health-Related Social
       Innovations.” Meetings of the Robert Wood Johnson Scholars in Health
       Policy Research Program, Aspen, CO.

2006   James A. Yonker, Dean D. Krahn, Robert M. Hauser, Jeremy Freese,
       Kristen Barry. “Alcohol Use and Cognition at Age 64: The Effects of
       Adjusting for Baseline Cognition.” Poster presentation, Annual Meetings
       of the Research Society on Alcoholism, Baltimore




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2006        Jeremy Freese. “Reproducibility Standards for Quantitative Social
Science:                  Why Not Sociology?” American Sociology Association
Methodology               Conference, University of Connecticut

2006          Jeremy Freese, Robert Hauser, and Hanna Grol-Prokopczyk. “Can
                     Anchoring Vignettes Improve Self-Reports of Health Status?:
Evidence from                      the Wisconsin Longitudinal Study.” Invited
Colloquium, Rutgers                       University

2006           Jeremy Freese and Jui-Chung Allen Li. “The Phenotypic Bottleneck and
               the Role of Genes in the Explanation of Social Outcomes.” Invited
               presentation at conference on Genetics and Social Structure, Columbia
               University

2006           Jeremy Freese and Karen Lutfey. “Fundamental Causality and the
               Challenge of Understanding Socioeconomic Health Disparities.” Annual
               Meetings of the Eastern Sociological Society, Boston.

2005           Jeremy Freese. “Biopportunity and Change.” William H. Sewell
               Memorial Lecture, University of Wisconsin-Madison

2005           Jeremy Freese. “Cognitive Ability, Personality, and Response to Social
               Change: Older Adults and Internet Adoption.” Invited colloquium,
               Department of Sociology, Harvard University

2005           Jeremy Freese and Salvador Rivas. “Exploring Cognitive and
               Occupational Explanations for Educational Differences in Home Internet
               Adoption among Older Adults.” Annual Meetings of the American
               Sociological Association, Philadelphia.

2005           Jeremy Freese. “The Social Science Interface to the Study of Cognitive
               Aging: What are the Best Prospects for Complementary Contribution?”
               Invited Presentation, International Conference on the Future of Cognitive
               Aging Research, Penn State University.

2005           Devah Pager and Jeremy Freese. “Who Deserves a Helping Hand:
               Attitudes about Government Assistance for the Unemployed by Race,
               Incarceration Status, and Worker History.” Invited Presentation,
               Conference on Time Sharing Experiments in the Social Sciences,
               University of Pennsylvania.

2005           Dean Krahn, Kristen Barry, Jeremy Freeese, and Robert Hauser.
               “Changes in Alcohol Consumption from 53-65 Years of Age.” Poster
               presentation, Annual Meetings of the Research Society on Alcoholism.




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2005   Jeremy Freese and Salvador Rivas. “Cognitive Ability, Personality, and
       the Sociology of Response to Cognitive Change: The Case of Internet
       Adoption.” Invited Presentation, University of Washington.

2004   Jeremy Freese. “Sociology, Psychology, and the Digital Divide: Internet
       Adoption among Older Adults.” Invited presentation, Department of
       Sociology, University of Iowa.

2004   Jeremy Freese. “Studying Social Psychology and the Life Course with
       the Wisconsin Longitudinal Study: Overview and Three Swift
       Applications.” Invited presentation, Program on Social Psychology, Life
       Course, and Health, Indiana University.

2004   Devah Pager and Jeremy Freese. “Who Deserves a Helping Hand:
       Attitudes about Government Assistance for the Unemployed by Race,
       Incarceration Status, and Worker History.” Annual Meetings of the
       American Sociological Association, San Francisco.

2004   Jeremy Freese. “Academic Performance and Later Life Nonresponse in
       the Wisconsin Longitudinal Study.” Workshop on Respondent Retention
       in Longitudinal Surveys, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Washington, DC.

2004   Jeremy Freese. Plenary Address regarding the Wisconsin Longitudinal
       Study. Annual Meetings of the International Association of Social
       Science Information Service and Technology, Madison, WI

2003   Jeremy Freese. Plenary Address. Conference on Genetics and Social
       Science, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan

2003   Dean Krahn, Robert M. Hauser, Jeremy Freese, Kristen Barry. “Alcohol
       Use and Cognition at Midlife” Presented at the Meetings of the
       American Sociological Association, Atlanta

2003   Jeremy Freese. “Darwinians at the Gates.” Robert and Clarissa Rees
       Memorial Alumni Lecture, University of Iowa

2002   Jeremy Freese. “The Perils of Provenance: Evolutionary Psychology,
       Psychological Postulates, and Theories of Social Consequences”
       Presented at the Meetings of the American Sociological Association,
       Chicago

2002   Lyn Christine MacGregor and Jeremy Freese. “Toward a New Sociology
       of Embodied Cognition” Presented at the Meetings of the American
       Sociological Association, Chicago




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2002   Jason Schnittker, Jeremy Freese, and Brian Powell. “Who's a Feminist
       and What Does S/He Believe?: Age, Ideology, and Feminist Self-
       Identification” Presented at the Meetings of the American Sociological
       Association, Chicago

2002   Jeremy Freese. “Evolutionary Psychology versus evolutionary
       psychology: Specialized Adaptations for Social Exchange and the Future
       of Using the Past to Explain the Present”, Group Processes Conference,
       Chicago

2002   Jason Schnittker, Jeremy Freese, and Brian Powell. “Who's a Feminist
       and What Does S/He Believe?: Age, Ideology, and Feminist Self-
       Identification” Presented at the Meetings of the Southern Sociological
       Society, Baltimore

2001   Discussant, session on Biosocial Interaction, Meetings of the American
       Sociological Association, Anaheim.

2001   Jeremy Freese and J. Scott Long. “Post-estimation Commands for
       Regression Models for Categorical and Count Outcomes.” Meetings of
       the North American Stata User‟s Group, Boston.

1998   Jason Schnittker, Jeremy Freese, and Brian Powell. “Neither Nature Nor
       Nurture: Black-White Differences in Beliefs about the Causes and
       Appropriate Treatment of Mental Illness.” Annual Meetings of the
       American Sociological Association, San Francisco.

1998   Jeremy Freese, Brian Powell, and Lala Carr Steelman. “Rebel Without a
       Cause or Effect: Sociobiology, Birth Order, and Social Attitudes.” Annual
       Meetings of the American Sociological Association, San Francisco.

1998   Jason Schnittker and Jeremy Freese. “Racial Differences in Lay Beliefs
       about Mental Illness.” Annual Meetings of the Society for the Study of
       Social Problems, San Francisco.

1997   Jeremy Freese. “Politeness and the Introduction of Positive Information
       about Self.” Annual Meetings of the Midwest Sociological Society, Des
       Moines.

1996   Jeremy Freese and Douglas W. Maynard. “The Prosody of Bad and Good
       News.” Annual Meetings of the Speech Communication Association,
       San Diego.




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1993        Jeremy Freese. “On the Formal Properties of Computer-Mediated
            Interaction Systems.” National Conference for Undergraduate Research,
            Salt Lake City.

RESEARCH SUPPORT

2010-2011   Principal Investigator (with Laura Beth Nielsen and Jill S. Weinberg).
            “Contested Constructions of Discrimination.” American Bar Foundation.
            $288,720.

2009-2011   Principal Investigator (with Penny S. Visser). “Time-Sharing Experiments
            in the Social Sciences.” National Science Foundation (#0818839).
            $2,323,508.

2006-2008   Co-investigator (with Douglas W. Maynard [PI] and Nora Cate Schaeffer).
            “Recruiting Respondents to the Survey Interview.” National Science
            Foundation. $360,000.

2002-2007   Co-investigator. “The Wisconsin Longitudinal Study: As We Age.” R01
            (R01-AG09775), National Insitute on Aging. $9,800,000.

2002-2007   Co-investigator. “The Wisconsin Longitudinal Study: Tracking the Life
            Course” (P01-AG21079-01). $8,220,000.

2002-2007   Co-investigator (with Robert M. Hauser). “Social and Behavioral
            Contexts of the Aging Mind.” (project of P01-AG21079-01) $1,076,000.

2002-2003   “Adolescent facial attractiveness and later life outcomes: Using yearbook
            data and the Wisconsin Longitudinal Study” University of Wisconsin
            Graduate School Research Competition. Amount awarded: $17,072

2001-2002   “The Darwin Problem: Confronting the Potential Relevance of Our
            Evolutionary Past for Understanding Social Life Today” University of
            Wisconsin Graduate School Research Competition. $23,796

2001-2007   Vilas Young Investigator Award, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
            $50,000.


HONORS AND AWARDS

2010        Invited Member, Sociological Research Association

2005        William H. Sewell Memorial Lecturer, University of Wisconsin-Madison




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2004        Co-winner, Special Competition for Projects for Time-Sharing
            Experiments in the Social Sciences (with Devah Pager)

2003        Robert and Clarissa Rees Memorial Alumni Lecturer, University of Iowa

2003        Co-winner, Special Competition for Projects for Time-Sharing
            Experiments in the Social Sciences (with Devah Pager)

2001        American Sociological Association Doctoral Dissertation Award

2001        Esther L. Kinsley Ph.D. Dissertation Award for the Most Outstanding
            Dissertation, Indiana University

2001        Outstanding Young Investigator Award, College of Letters and Sciences,
            University of Wisconsin-Madison

2000        Dissertation Grant-in-Aid, Indiana University

1999-2000   Predoctoral Fellowship, Training Program in Social Psychology, National
            Institute of Mental Health

1999        Alfred Lindesmith-Elizabeth Ione Mullins Fellowship for Excellence in
            Research, Department of Sociology, Indiana University

1999        Karl F. Schuessler Award for Graduate Research in Sociology, Indiana
            University (with Jason Schnittker)

1998        Outstanding Graduate Paper, National Opinion Research Center/General
            Social Survey Graduate Paper Competition (with Jason Schnittker)

1998        Outstanding Graduate Paper, Division of Health, Health Policy, and
            Health Services of the Society for the Study of Social Problems (with
            Jason Schnittker)

1998-99     Fellowship, Department of Sociology, Indiana University

1997        Clifford C. Clogg Award, Methodology Section of the American
            Sociological Association and the Inter-University Consortium on Political
            and Social Research

1996        Esther L. Kinsley Master‟s Thesis Award, College of Arts and Sciences,
            Indiana University

1996        Honors on Ph.D. qualifying examination in Ethnomethodology and
            Conversation Analysis



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1996           College of Arts and Sciences Travel Grant, Indiana University

1994-98        National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship

1994           Jacob K. Javits Fellowship, United States Department of Education
               (declined)

1993-94        Fellowship, Indiana University College of Arts and Sciences

1993           E. R. Johnson Prize for Highest Grade Point Average by a Graduating
               Senior in the College of Liberal Arts, University of Iowa

1992-93        Stevens Scholarship for Most Outstanding Member, Phi Beta Kappa,
               University of Iowa

1992           Manford Kuhn Award, Most Outstanding Undergraduate Paper, Annual
               Meetings of the Iowa Sociological Association

1989-93        National Merit Scholarship

COURSES TAUGHT

Undergraduate/predominantly undergraduate courses:

Individual and Society, Northwestern University
Introductory Social Psychology, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Survey of Sociology, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Statistics for Sociology, Indiana University
Society and the Individual, Indiana University

Graduate courses:

Introduction to Quantitative Data Analysis, Northwestern University
Quantitative Analysis of Social Data, Northwestern University
Research Methods in Sociology, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Categorical Analysis, Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research
(ICPSR) Summer Program in Quantitative Methods, University of Michigan
Advanced Categorical Data Analysis, Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social
Research (ICPSR) Summer Program in Quantitative Methods, University of Michigan

DISSERTATION AND THESIS COMMITTEES

Doctoral dissertation committees




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2010          Elizabeth Weathersbee, University of Wisconsin-Madison “Requesting,
              Altruism, and the Case of Human Tissue Donation.” (Douglas Maynard,
              Chair)

2010          Sebastian Schnettler, Yale University, “Nature + Nurture = Love? A Test
              of the Trivers-Willard Hypothesis of Differential Parental Investment on
              the Basis of Sociological and Biological Explanations.” (Karl Ulrich
              Meyer and Hannah Brueckner, Chairs)

2008          Caroline Faulkner, “Segmented Paths of Immigrant Incorporation?
              Assimilation Theory and the New Second Generation.” (Gary Sandefur,
              Chair)

2007          Shelley Boulianne, “Connecting, Informing, and Mobilizing Youth and the
              Advantaged: The Role of the Internet in Political Engagement.” (Pamela
              Oliver, Chair)

2006          Solon Simmons, “Sorokin‟s Haircut: The Class Idea in U.S. Presidential
              Elections, 1962-2004.” (Robert Hauser, chair)
              Kristen Springer, “„His‟ and „Her‟ Marriage Today: The Impact of Wives‟
              Employment on Husbands‟ Later Mid-Life Health” (Robert Hauser, chair)
              Lisa Wade, “„Female Genital Mutilation‟ in the American Imagination.”
              (Myra Marx Ferree, chair)

2005          Cheng-Hui (Lucy) Chen, “A Tale of Two Agricultural Biotechnologies:
              Case Studies of rBGH and Genetically Modified Organism Crops” (Peter
              Nowak and Frederick H. Buttel, chairs)
              Mehmet N. Eris, “Essays on Economic Growth and and Cross-Country
              Growth Empirics” (Steven Durlauf, chair)
              Kelley D. Strawn, “Political Process, Economy, and Protest in Mexico,
              1999-2000: An Event-Centered Quantitative Analysis of Collective Action
              in a Structural-Adjustment Society” (Pamela Oliver, chair)

2004          Alair Maclean, “The Varieties of Veteran Experience: Cold
              War Military Service and the Life Course” (Robert Hauser, chair)

2002          Eric Grodsky, “Constrained opportunity and student choice in American
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              higher education” (Adam Gamoran, chair)
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              Corwin Senko, “The stability and regulation of achievement goals : the
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role                 of competence feedback” (Judith Harackiewicz, chair)
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Master’s thesis committees

2008           Jason Nolen, “Entitlement, Contingency, and Presumption in the Request
               for Survey Participation” (Douglas W. Maynard, chair)



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2005           Matthew Boxer, “„It‟s Not Just About the Money‟: Emerging Adulthood
               and Camp Staff Turnover” (John DeLamater, chair)
               Jay Burlingham, “Two Marshalls?: An Examination of the Consistency of
               Alfred Marshall‟s Implicit Theory of Human Action and Conception of
               Economic Science” (Charles Camic, chair)
               Chelssya Han, “Public Attitudes toward the Legal System and Lawyers”
               (Mark Suchman, chair)
               Elizabeth Rainwater, “Access or Ability?: What‟s Behind the
               Relationship between Early Socioeconomic Status and Adult Mortality?”
               (Robert Hauser, chair)

2004           Michael Horgan, “What Would You Say?: Some Practices for Answering
               Questions in Telephone Survey Interviews” (Douglas Maynard, chair)
               Shamus Khan, “An Experiment Assessing the Effects of Deliberation on
               Decision-Making” (Erik Olin Wright, chair)
               Hui-Jung Kim, “Discourse Development of the South Korean Anti-
               Eviction Movement, 1983-1991” (Pamela Oliver, chair)

2003           Jonathan Courtney, “The Social Construction of Atmosphere in a
               Neighborhood Bar.” (Douglas Maynard, chair)
               Emily Kremer, “Dork and Proud: Negotiating a Subordinated
Masculinity”   (John DeLamater, chair)
               Andrea Voyer, “School Beliefs and Work Behaviors: Exploring the
               Connections between Educational Expectations and Adolescent
               Employment” (Gary Sandefur, chair)

2002           Angela Barian, “Maxim-izing Manliness: Representations of Masculinity
in             a Popular Men's Magazine” (John DeLamater, chair)
               Sheri Meland “Objectivity in perceived attractiveness: Development of
               a new methodology for rating physical attractiveness” (Nora Cate
Schaeffer,     chair)


PROFESSIONAL AND UNIVERSITY SERVICE

2010           Invited Participant, National Science Foundation advisory workshop for
               Genes, Cognition, and Social Behavior

2009-10        Committee for Lazarsfeld, Goodman, and graduate student paper
               competitions, American Sociological Association section on
               Methodology.

2008-11        General Social Survey Board of Overseers




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2008-10        National Science Foundation, Panel on Measurement, Methodology, and
               Statistics, Division of Social, Behavioral, and Economic Sciences

2008-present   Executive Committee, Institute for Policy Research, Northwestern
               University

2009           Chair, Nominations Committee, Section on Medical Sociology, American
               Sociological Association

2008-9         Research Subcommittee, Research and Administrative Computing
               Committee, Northwestern University

2008-present   Editorial Board, Social Psychology Quarterly

2007           Organizer, Symposium on the Social Psychology of Work and
               Retirement. Annual Meetings of the Gerontological Society of America,
               San Francisco

2007           Presider, Thematic Session on Aging and Life Course, American
               Sociological Association Meetings

2007-10        Council member, Section on Social Psychology, American Sociological
               Association

2006           Presider, Session on Health Policy, Eastern Sociological Society
               Meetings

2005           Discussant, Session on Psychological Health and the Life Course, Annual
               Meetings of the Gerontological Society of America

2005-7         Executive Committee, Department of Sociology, University of
               Wisconsin-Madison

2004-5         Faculty Senate, University of Wisconsin-Madison

2005-7         Editorial Board, American Sociological Review

2005           Presider and Discussant, Session on Integrating Qualitative and
               Quantitative Methods, Annual Meetings of the American Sociological
               Association

2005           Organizer and Presider, Sessions on Biosocial Interaction, Annual
               Meetings of the American Sociological Association

2004-7         Consulting editor, American Journal of Sociology



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2004           Presider, Session on Biosocial Interaction, Annual Meetings of the
               American Sociological Association

2003           Hacker-Mullins Paper Award Committee, Section on Science Knowledge
               and Technology, American Sociological Association

2002-5         Organizer, Social Psychology and Microsociology area, Department of
               Sociology, University of Wisconsin-Madison

2002-5         Web Committee, Department of Sociology, University of Wisconsin-
               Madison

2002           Organizer, Regular Sessions on Social Theory, Annual Meetings of the
               American Sociological Association

2002           Robert K. Merton Book Award Selection Committee, Section on Science,
               Knowledge, and Technology

2002           Cooley-Mead Award Selection Committee, Section on Social
               Psychology, American Sociological Association

2001-2         Social Committee, Department of Sociology, University of Wisconsin-
               Madison

2001-4         Publicity Committee, Department of Sociology, University of Wisconsin-
               Madison

2000-present   Member, Human Behavior and Evolution Society

1998-present   Reviewer, American Sociological Review, American Journal of
               Sociology, Social Forces, Sociological Theory, Sociological
               Methodology, Sociological Methods and Research, Social Psychology
               Quarterly, American Journal of Political Science, Evolution and Human
               Behavior, Acta Sociologica, The Sociological Quarterly, Journal of
               Computer-Mediated Communication, Sociology of Religion, Human
               Nature, National Science Foundation

1997-present   Member, American Sociological Association
                  Current section memberships:
                  Aging and the Life Course
                  Ethnomethodology and Conversational Analysis
                  Evolution, Biology, and Society
                  Medical Sociology
                  Methodology



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              Science, Knowledge, and Technology
              Social Psychology

1997-99   Executive Committee, Department of Sociology, Indiana University

1996-97   President, Sociology Graduate Student Association, Indiana University




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