Selected Academic Articles
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Kelly-Ann Allen research mostly focuses on investigating belonging and social connectedness through a multi-systemic lens. She is particularly interested in school belonging, the relationship between student and teacher, measurement design and intervention.
ARTICLES ABOUT BELONGING
Strength-based parenting and stress-related growth in adolescents: Exploring the role of positive reappraisal, school belonging, and emotional processing during the pandemic. Journal of Adolescence, 94(2), 176-190.
Testing the social-ecological factors of school belonging in native-born, first-generation, and second-generation Australian students: A comparison study. Social Psychology of Education, 24(3), 835-856.
ARTICLES ABOUT CREATING A POSITIVE WORKPLACE CULTURE
Allen, K. A., Butler-Henderson, K., Reupert, A., Longmuir, F., Finefter-Rosenbluh, I., Berger, E., Grove, C., Heffernan, A., Freeman, N., Kewalramani, S., Krebs, S., Dsouza, L., Mackie, G., Chapman, D., & Fleer, M. (2021).
Pathways to School Belonging, The Educational and Developemental Psychologist 33, (1), 2016
Editors: Kelly-Ann Allen and Chris Boyle
School Psychology, Educational and Child Psychology 36, (2), 2019
Editors: Sue Roffey, Chris Boyle, and Kelly-Ann Allen
Creating a Culture of Belonigng in a School Context, Educational and Child Psychology 36, (4), 2019
Editors: Kelly-Ann Allen, Chris Boyle, and Sue Roffey