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Consulting & Quantitative Research Lead

Nora Broege is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Sociology at the University of California, Berkeley. Her dissertation, Race and the Subjective Experience of Schooling: Micro-Sociological Explanations of Adolescents’ Everyday Lives, employs mixed methods to examine perception and effect(s) of stereotype threat, overall subjective well-being, and goal formation. Her main methodology, a time diary technique (The Experience Sampling Method) substantiates a theory of adolescent achievement grounded in subjective experience. Nora’s teaching and research interests include: sociology of education, race/ethnicity and quantitative methods.


Stata, SPSS, multi-level modeling, Regression Models
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Stata and SPSS software packages; quantitative analysis, including multivariate and hierarchical linear modeling and multi-trait/multi-method research design and analysis.

If you'd like to request a consultation with Nora, please include the following: a brief description of your project, data and what stage you are at in the research process.

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