John Hoffmann, Professor
I am a professor of sociology at Brigham Young University. Prior to my arrival at BYU, I was a research scientist with the National Opinion Research Center (NORC) at the University of Chicago. I have also taught at the University of North Carolina-Charlotte, the University of South Carolina, and Hokkaido University. More information on my published research is available at http://orcid.org/0000-0002-3229-6809.
- MPH, Emory University, 1994
- PhD, University at Albany, SUNY, 1991
- MS, American University, 1985
- BS, James Madison University, 1984
Adolescent problem behaviors; criminological theory; sociology of religion
- John Hoffmann (2016). Regression Models for Categorical, Count, and Related Variables.
- John Hoffmann (2016). Cumulative Stress and Substance Use from Adolescence to Emerging Adulthood: A Life-Course Perspective. Journal of Drug Issues.
- Scott E. Wolfe, John Hoffmann (2016). On the Measurement of Low Self-Control in Add Health and NLSY79. Psychology, Crime & Law.
- John Hoffmann, Stephen J Bahr, Michaela Huber (2016). Delinquency and Deviance. Handbook of Religion and Society.
- John Hoffmann (2016). Religion and Crime. The Encyclopedia of Crime and Punishment.
- Stephen J Bahr, John Hoffmann (2015). Social Scientific Theories of Drug Use, Abuse, and Addiction. Handbook on Drugs and Society.
- Mikaela J Dufur, John Hoffmann, David Braudt, Toby L. Parcel, Karen R. Spence (2015). Examining the Effects of Family and School Social Capital on Delinquent Behavior. Deviant Behavior.
- John Hoffmann, Kevin M Shafer (2015). Linear Regression Analysis: Assumptions and Applications.
- John Hoffmann (2014). Religion, Social Networks, Moral Schemas, and Marijuana Use. Social Forces.
- Pierce Hayley, Tim Braley Heaton, John Hoffmann (2014). Increasing maternal healthcare use in Rwanda: Implications for child nutrition and survival. Social Science & Medicine.