Laurie Hellsten

Laurie Hellsten

Associate Dean Graduate Studies
Associate Professor, Educational Psychology & Special Education

Research areas


physical activity and wellness; beginning teacher and professional identity and mentorship; instrument development, analysis, and validation; program evaluation; survey research; and the application of modern quantitative and analytical techniques (classical test and item response theory, generalizability theory, factor analysis, and structural equation modeling) within the domains of educational health and health promotion, quality of life, and sport