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College of Education and Behavioral Sciences
Dr. Carl Myers
Associate Professor; School Psychology Program Coordinator
Office: GRH 3013
My research interests include assessment and intervention issues in early childhood. I am also interested in topics such as autism, the assessment of early literacy skills, consultation with teachers and parents, Response to Intervention (RTI) procedures, and functional behavioral assessment. Current projects include: (a) an examination of the usefulness of behavior rating scales in identifying autism in preschoolers, (b) determining what factors increase the likelihood that a Social Story intervention will work with a preschooler with autism, (c) the fidelity of treatment interventions during the RTI process, and (d) a historical view of consultation in the school psychology literature.
- PSY 455 Introduction to the Clinical Practice of Psychology
- PSY 541 Professional Issues and Ethics in Psychology
- PSY 561 Advanced Assessment in Educational Settings
- PSY 562 Practicum in Psychological Assessment
- PSY 662 Practicum in Psychology
- PSY 699 Specialist Project
I worked as a school psychologist in Iowa for nine years before obtaining the Ph.D. I completed my predoctoral internship at the Kennedy Krieger Institute and Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland. I have been teaching at Western since 1995 and am the School Psychology graduate program coordinator. I am a licensed psychologist in Kentucky. I served as the President of the Kentucky Association for Psychology in the Schools (KAPS) during the 2001-02 school year and currently serve as the Chair of the KAPS Professional Standards Committee.
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