Scott P. Ardoin
University of Georgia
Dr. Scott P. Ardoin is a Professor of School Psychology in the Department of Educational Psychology and Co-Director for the Center for Autism and Behavioral Education Research at the University of Georgia. His research interests include the application of the principles of applied behavioral analysis within the regular education environment in order to assist schools in implementing effective behavioral and academic instruction. In recent years, Dr. Ardoin has employed eye-tracking procedures as a means of measuring students’ reading behavior during test taking situations and examining how variables such as question type and access to text when answering questions impacts students’ reading behavior.