Friesen, Andrew

Andrew Friesen
Assistant Professor of Kinesiology
Beaver Athletics and Wellness Center, 201H

Dr. Friesen's current research interests include emotion regulation, group dynamics, and profession practice in applied sports psychology. Dr. Friesen is also an applied sports psychology practitioner having worked with professional and amateur elite athletes for over 12 years. He is certified with the Canadian Sport Psychology Association.

Friesen, A., Galloway, S. M., Stanley, D., Lane, A., Ruiz, M., & Nevill, A. (2017). Coach-athlete perceived congruence between actual and desired emotions in karate competition and training. Journal of Applied Sports Psychology. doi:10.1080/10413200.2017.1388302

Friesen, A., Devonport, T., & Lane, A. (2017). Beyond the technical: The role of emotion regulation in the art of officiating. Journal of Sports Sciences, 35, 579-586. doi:10.1080/02640414.2016.1180419

PhD, Sports Psychology, University of Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

M.A., Health Sciences, University of Ottawa, Canada

B.A., Psychology; Kinesiology & Applied Health, University of Winnipeg, Canada