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Dr. Taub is an Associate Professor of School Psychology. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Florida in 1998 and has six years of applied experience in school psychology. His major areas of scholarly interest include the structure and development of intelligence, individual differences in real-world performance, personality and emotional assessment, and parenting. Dr. Taub teaches Advanced Educational Psychology, Behavioral and Observational Analysis of Classroom Interactions in Schools, Child and Adolescent Deviant Behavior and Treatment, Developmental Bases of Diverse Behaviors, Individual Psychoeducational Diagnosis II, and Introduction to School Psychology.
Expertise: School Psychology