Eric C. Hedberg is a Senior Researcher at NORC at the University of Chicago, an Accredited Professional Statistician® by the American Statistical Association, and a Sociologist. Hedberg's current area of research includes investigating the design of education interventions. He was CO-PI with Larry Hedges on an IES project "State-specific Design Parameters for Designing Better Evaluation Studies" which sought to use state longitudinal data systems to provide important experimental design parameters. These parameters can be found here.
His current projects include the College Knowing and Going Survey funded by the Helios Education Foundation. The College Knowing and Going Project employs social network data to determine the associations between the social lives of High School students in Arizona and college matriculation.
He has authored or co-authored several methodological pieces that have appeared in education, medical, and criminological journals. His latest writing is a SAGE “little green” book on statistial power analysis, released January 2018. To see more of Hedberg's work, visit Google Scholar. He has presented at a variety of conferences including AERA, SREE, ASA, and ISNA.
Hedberg received his Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of Chicago in 2009.
Specialties: Research methods include many quantitative techniques from simple OLS regression to various mixed models. Key words or phrases: HLM, mixed models, R, Stata, SPSS, regression, logits, multivariate, social capital, social network analysis, and power analysis.