Matthew Reynolds is an associate professor in the School Psychology Program, which is housed in the Department of Educational Psychology. He received his PhD in educational psychology (school psychology and quantitative methods) from the University of Texas at Austin in 2008. His research interests are in latent variable modeling, with particular interest in the applications of those models to structure and study the development of human cognitive abilities. He also has interests in psychological assessment. Dr. Reynolds is currently on the editorial boards for Intelligence, the Journal of School Psychology, and Psychoeducational Assessment. In 2008 he won the John B Carroll award for most outstanding research methodology at the annual conference for the International Society for Intelligence Research and in 2010 won the KU School of Education award for Promising Scholar.
Ph.D., Educational Psychology Programs: School Psychology and Quantitative Methods APA-accredited and NASP-approved program in School Psychology, University of Texas at Austin
M.A., with Advanced Specialization, School Psychology NASP approved program in School Psychology, East Carolina University
B.A., Psychology with honors, State University of New York at Fredonia
- Ph.D., University of Texas, Austin, Texas, 2008
psychometric structure and measurement of human cognitive abilities; latent variable modeling; and longitudinal modeling of developmental psychopathology.
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|EPSY||835||Clinical Techniques in Academic Assessment and Intervention||syllabus|
|EPSY||855||Psychoeducational Clinic I: Assessment, Consultation, and Intervention||syllabus|
|EPSY||865||Psychoeducational Clinic 2: Assessment Consultation, and Intervention||syllabus|
|EPSY||991||Ed.S. Internship in School Psychology||syllabus|