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2008 John B. Carroll Award for Research Methodology

Matthew R. Reynolds Biosketch: Matt grew up in Olean, NY. He left Western New York for the blue skies of North Carolina where he ended up working as a school psychologist for two years. In 2003, he entered graduate school at the University of Texas at Austin. At Texas he worked under the mentorship of Tim Keith who introduced him to latent variable modeling. He soon realized the important role that quantitative methods would play in his being able to answer, as well as to ask with more clarity, his research questions. Therefore, he decided to pursue a dual specialization in quantitative methods and school psychology. He graduated in August of 2008 ...

2008: Decatur, GA

Program Distinguished Contributor Interview: Ted Nettelbeck  [vimeo id="5141826" width="620" height="360"] ISIR Distinguished Interview: Professor Ted Nettelbeck from Timothy Bates on Vimeo. Invited Speaker: K. Warner Schaie Awards 2008 Programme