Gregory Zimmerman

Curriculum Vitae

Gregory Zimmerman’s research interests focus on examining the interrelationships among individual-level factors of crime, social context, and criminal offending. This includes investigating the influence of psychological factors on crime across familial, peer, and neighborhood ecologies, and investigating contextual effects on individual-level behavior. Hierarchical linear modeling is particularly important for addressing this research agenda.

His teaching interests include research methods in the social sciences, juvenile justice, and criminological and sociological theory.

  • Contact

    For information about the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Northeastern University:

    Call (617) 373-3327