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Brian Soller

Assistant Professor

Photo: Brian  Soller
SSCI 1104B

Curriculum vitae


Ph.D. Ohio State University, 2013

Research Interests

Crime, Law, and Social Control , Sociology of Health and Medicine , Quantitative Methods

Recent/Select Publications:

Browning, Christopher R., Catherine Calder, Brian Soller, Aubrey L. Jackson, and Jonathan Dirlam. “Neighborhood ecological networks and perceptions of neighborhood organization.” Forthcoming in American Journal of Sociology.

Jackson, Aubrey L., Brian Soller, and Christopher R. Browning. “The Influence of Women’s Neighborhood Resources on the Association Between Observed and Perceived Social Disorder.” Forthcoming in City & Community.

Soller, Brian and Dana L. Haynie. “Variation in Sexual Double Standards Across Schools: How Do They Matter for Adolescent Sexual Behavior?” Forthcoming in Sociological Perspectives.

Soller, Brian, Dana L. Haynie, and Alena Kuhlemeier*. “Romantic relationship inauthenticity, sexual intercourse, and depressive symptoms.” Forthcoming in Social Science Research.

*Graduate student co-author

Soller, Brian, Aubrey L. Jackson, and Erin Coleman*. “Legal cynicism, violent peers, and street efficacy.” Forthcoming in Social Currents.

*Graduate student co-author

Soller, Brian “‘I did not do it my way’: The peer context of inauthentic romantic relationships.” Sociological Perspectives 58:337-57.

Browning, Christopher R., Brian Soller, and Aubrey L. Jackson. “Neighborhoods and adolescent health risk behavior: An ecological network approach.” Social Science & Medicine 125:163-72.