PhD, Duke University
Dr. Fisher’s research focuses on developing and testing better network diffusion models, to understand how ideas, innovations, and information spreading through a group of people help to create and maintain a common culture over time.
Copeland, Molly, Jacob C. Fisher, James Moody, and Mark E. Feinberg. 2018. “Different Kinds of Lonely: Dimensions of Isolation and Substance Use in Adolescence.” Journal of Youth and Adolescence. Online first, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10964-018-0860-3 .
Fisher, Jacob C. 2017. “Exit, Cohesion, and Consensus: Social Psychological Moderators of Consensus Among Adolescent Peer Groups.” Social Currents. 5(1): 49-66.
Verdery, Ashton, Jacob C. Fisher, Nalyn Siripong, Kahina Abdesselam, and Shawn Bauldry. 2017. “Beyond Prevalence: Estimating Network Clustering Coefficients with Respondent-Driven Sampling Data.” Sociological Methodology. 47(1): 274-306.
Copeland, Molly, Bryce Bartlett, and Jacob C. Fisher. 2017. “Dynamic Associations of Network Isolation and Smoking Behavior.” Network Science. 5(3): 257-277.
Yamanis, Thespina, Jacob C. Fisher, James Moody, and Lusajo Kajula-Maonga. 2016. “Social Networks, Gender Norms and Concurrent Partnerships: A Network Analysis Study Among Urban Young Men in Tanzania.” AIDS and Behavior. 20(6): 1244-1255.