Reynolds completed an internship at the Medical College of Georgia in Pediatric Neurology and Neurological Surgery. He also completed an internship at the Rutland Center for Severely Emotional Disturbed Children. Holding several positions, Reynolds has worked numerous positions in employment. He is currently an Emeritus Professor of Educational Psychology, Professor of Neuroscience, and a Distinguished Research Scholar at Te...
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The significance of Reynolds contributions to his profession is seen in one of his papers, Critical Measurement Issues in Learning Disabilities. This paper is one of his most cited papers published in the history of Journal of Special Education. In this paper, Reynolds provides practice guidelines to the some of the problems of diagnosing learning disabilities. He states guidelines to clearly define exactly who is being diagnosed with a learning disability and a solution for the increase in discrepancies of diagnosis.
Reynolds is more than the average School Psychologist. His 68-page vita says it for itself. He has much experience, knowledge, and has made many contributions to the field of School Psychology and Neuropsychology. He has accomplished many things, and not many School Psychologists can compare to the extent of work he put into the field.
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