Resilience and Psychometric Research Lab
Dr. Nordstokke is an Associate Professor in the Werklund School of Education at the University of Calgary. He received his PhD in 2009 from the University of British Columbia in Measurement, Evaluation and Research Methodology. He teaches courses in the area of measurement, research design and statistical analysis.
Dr. Nordstokke conducts research across a variety of educational and psychological contexts. Much of Dr. Nordstokke's current research revolves around youth transition/youth mental health and factors (e.g., resilience) that are related to successful transition and positive life and mental health outcomes. Many projects that Dr. Nordstokke engage in are interdisciplinary and collaborative in nature and his typical role in this type of research has him focusing on designing sound research studies, selecting valid measurement strategies, and applying statistical models to data that are gathered across a number of disciplines. Another part of Dr. Nordstokke’s research is focused on applied methods that include: (1) the design of research studies, (2) the collection and statistical analysis of data, and (3) the interpretation and dissemination of results.
In addition to his research, Dr. Nordstokke is a member of the editorial board for the Canadian Journal of School Psychology, and the Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment and serves as a reviewer for the British Journal of Mathematical and Statistical Psychology, the Canadian Journal of Counseling, Psychological Methods and Behavioral Research Methods.