Marley W. Watkins, Ph.D., ABPPDr. Marley W. Watkins, professor and chair department of education psychology at Baylor University's School of Education, studies professional issues, the psychometrics of assessment and diagnoses, individual differences and computer applications.
Watkins has more than 100 publications in peer-reviewed journals and more than 80 professional presentations. His research has appeared in several scholarly publications, including International Journal of Educational and Psychological Assessment, Journal of Clinical Psychology, Journal of Special Education, School Psychology Quarterly, Psychological Assessment and School Psychology Review.
He is the recipient of a Johns Hopkins University merit award for personal computing aid to the handicapped and a Max Jones Memorial Research Award from the Arizona Association of School Psychology.
Watkins received his bachelor's degree in social science and psychology from Black Hill State College, before earning his master's and doctoral degrees in educational psychology from the University of Nebraska. Before joining the Baylor faculty in 2011, he taught at Arizona State University and Penn State University.
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