Jeremy Freese
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Regression models for categorical dependent variables using Stata
JS Long, J Freese
Stata press, 2006
Promoting an open research culture
BA Nosek, G Alter, GC Banks, D Borsboom, SD Bowman, SJ Breckler, ...
Science 348 (6242), 1422-1425, 2015
Gene discovery and polygenic prediction from a genome-wide association study of educational attainment in 1.1 million individuals
JJ Lee, R Wedow, A Okbay, E Kong, O Maghzian, M Zacher, ...
Nature genetics 50 (8), 1112-1121, 2018
The generalizability of survey experiments
KJ Mullinix, TJ Leeper, JN Druckman, J Freese
Journal of Experimental Political Science 2 (2), 109-138, 2015
The demographic and political composition of Mechanical Turk samples
KE Levay, J Freese, JN Druckman
Sage Open 6 (1), 2158244016636433, 2016
Comparing data characteristics and results of an online factorial survey between a population-based and a crowdsource-recruited sample.
JD Weinberg, J Freese, D McElhattan
Sociological Science 1, 2014
Toward some fundamentals of fundamental causality: Socioeconomic status and health in the routine clinic visit for diabetes
K Lutfey, J Freese
American Journal of Sociology 110 (5), 1326-1372, 2005
Regression models for categorical outcomes using Stata
JS Long, J Freese
Stata Press, 2005
Regression models for categorical dependent variables using Stata
LJ Scott, F Jeremy
College Station, Tex.: StataCorp LP, 2006
Variation in the heritability of educational attainment: An international meta-analysis
AR Branigan, KJ McCallum, J Freese
Social forces 92 (1), 109-140, 2013
Polygenic prediction of educational attainment within and between families from genome-wide association analyses in 3 million individuals
A Okbay, Y Wu, N Wang, H Jayashankar, M Bennett, SM Nehzati, ...
Nature genetics 54 (4), 437-449, 2022
Most reported genetic associations with general intelligence are probably false positives
CF Chabris, BM Hebert, DJ Benjamin, J Beauchamp, D Cesarini, ...
Psychological science 23 (11), 1314-1323, 2012
Genetic analysis of social-class mobility in five longitudinal studies
DW Belsky, BW Domingue, R Wedow, L Arseneault, JD Boardman, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (31), E7275-E7284, 2018
Replication in social science
J Freese, D Peterson
Annual Review of Sociology 43, 147-165, 2017
Nature, nurture, neither, nor: Black-White differences in beliefs about the causes and appropriate treatment of mental illness
J Schnittker, J Freese, B Powell
Social Forces 78 (3), 1101-1132, 2000
Measuring the predictability of life outcomes with a scientific mass collaboration
MJ Salganik, I Lundberg, AT Kindel, CE Ahearn, K Al-Ghoneim, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (15), 8398-8403, 2020
When do older adults turn to the internet for health information? Findings from the Wisconsin Longitudinal Study
KE Flynn, MA Smith, J Freese
Journal of general internal medicine 21 (12), 1295-1301, 2006
Genetics and the social science explanation of individual outcomes
J Freese
American Journal of Sociology 114 (S1), S1-S35, 2008
The promises and pitfalls of genoeconomics
DJ Benjamin, D Cesarini, CF Chabris, EL Glaeser, DI Laibson, ...
Annu. Rev. Econ. 4 (1), 627-662, 2012
Replication standards for quantitative social science: Why not sociology?
J Freese
Sociological Methods & Research 36 (2), 153-172, 2007
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