Professor of Sociology, Stanford University
Jeremy Freese is Professor of Sociology at Stanford University. He is interested broadly in the relationship between social differences and individual differences, and between social advantage and embodied advantage. This includes being part of ongoing efforts to better integrate molecular genetic data into social science thinking. He is co-PI of the General Social Survey and of the Time-Sharing Experiments in the Social Sciences. He is co-author of books on discrete-outcomes regression models and on methods for doing transparent and reproducible social science.
He has co-authored several papers on replication in social science, both as an “methodological activist” seeking to promote more replication and as a social scientist trying to understand credibility crises arise and unfold.