Ph.D., Sociology, University of Texas at Austin, 2010
M.A., Sociology, University of Texas at Austin, 2006
B.A., Political Science and Sociology, Furman University, 2003
Dr. Jeremy Uecker received his Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Austin in 2010 and joined the Baylor faculty in 2012. His research focuses on religion, family, sexual behavior, stratification, mental health, and the transition to adulthood. Along with Paul Froese, he is working on a detailed study on the prayer among US adults based on the sixth wave of the Baylor Religion Survey. He is also conducting multiple studies on the role of religion in the lives of US adolescents.
Upenieks, Laura, Jeremy E. Uecker, and Markus H. Schafer. 2021. “Couple Religiosity and Well-Being Among Older Adults in the United States.” Journal of Aging and Health. 34(2), pgs. 266-282. https://doi.org/10.1177/08982643211042159
Jeremy E. Uecker, Rebecca Bonhag, J.J. Burtt, Hannah R. Evans, and Amanda D. Hernandez (equal second authorship). 2021. “Religion and Attitudes toward Childlessness in the United States.” Journal of Family Issues. 43(1), pgs. 186-214. https://doi.org/10.1177/0192513X21994148
Longest, Kyle, C., and Jeremy E. Uecker. 2021. “It All Depends on How You Want to Believe: How Young Adults Navigate Religion and Science.” Review of Religious Research 63: 1–21.
Dew, Jeffrey, Jeremy E. Uecker, and Brian Willoughby. 2020. “Joint Religiosity and Married Couples’ Sexual Satisfaction.” Psychology of Religion & Spirituality. 12(2), 201-212.
Uecker, Jeremy E., and Lindsay R. Wilkinson. 2020. “College Selectivity, Subjective Social Status, and Mental Health in Young Adulthood.” Society and Mental Health. 10(3), 257-275.
Dr. Uecker's Full Curriculum Vitae.