Ronald L. Taylor, Ed.D. is currently professor of Exceptional Student Education
at Florida Atlantic University. He received his bachelor's and master's degrees
in Psychology at Austin College and Trinity University. He received his doctorate
from the University of Houston in Special Education. Prior to coming to Florida
Atlantic University, Dr. Taylor was a school psychologist and consulting teacher
for a Title III grant that focused on working with culturally diverse students.
He also served on the faculty in Special Education at Boston University. Dr. Taylor
has published extensively, including 19 books and over 20 chapters and 80 articles.
He recently completed the 8th edition of his assessment text, Assessment of Exceptional
Students; Education and Psychological Procedures. He is active in several professional
organizations and is past editor of Diagnostique, the journal for the assessment
division of the Council for Exceptional Children.
KEY WORDS: Assessment; single subject research.