Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality Residential Fellow
Office: NORC 266-22
MA, Sociology, University of Chicago
BA, Sociology, University of California, Irvine
My research interests lie in the gendered patterns of work and family over the life course. My dissertation examines how professional and graduate school students and their romantic partners make early career decisions together. I am also working on a study of health limitations in older couples, and a study of interracial romantic relationships and depression. In addition to this work, I am a research analyst at NORC on the National Social Life Health and Aging Project (NSHAP).
Competing Desires: How Young Adult Couples Negotiate Moving for Career Opportunities
Wong, Jaclyn S. and Andrew M. Penner. 2016. “Gender and the Returns to Attractiveness.” Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 44:113-123.
Wong, Jaclyn S. and Linda J. Waite. Forthcoming. “Elder Mistreatment Predicts Later Physical and Psychological Health: Results from a National Longitudinal Study.” Journal of Elder Abuse and Neglect.
Wong, Jaclyn and Linda J. Waite. 2015. "Marriage, Social Networks, and Health at Older Ages." Journal of Population Ageing 8: 7-25.
Hawkley, Louise C., Masha Kocherginsky, Jaclyn Wong, Juyeon Kim, and Kathleen Cagney. 2014. "Missing Data in Wave 2 of NSHAP: Prevalence, Predictors, and Recommended Treatment." The Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences 69: S38-S50.