Dr. Reynolds received his undergraduate degree in psychology at the University of California at Berkeley (B.A. 1973)
and graduate degrees at the University of Oregon (M.A. 1974, Ph.D. 1976) with an emphasis in school psychology with minors
in clinical psychology and special education. Dr. Reynolds is currently Professor of Psychology at Humboldt State University
in Arcata, California, with a primary affiliation in the NASP approved graduate program in school psychology.
Before coming to HSU, he was for 9 years Professor of Educational Psychology at the University of British Columbia
in Vancouver where he was also director of the graduate program in school psychology. Prior to coming to UBC Dr. Reynolds
was for 11 years Professor of Educational Psychology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where for several years he was
director of the graduate program in school psychology. At the University of Wisconsin he also held appointments as Principal
Investigator at the Waisman Center on Mental Retardation and Human Development, and Discipline Chief of Psychology
at the University Affiliated Program at the Waisman Center. From 1976 to 1980, he was Assistant Professor of Educational
Psychology and Statistics at the State University of New York at Albany.
Dr. Reynolds is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association (awarded 1987) and a Fellow of the Society for
Personality Assessment (awarded 1987). He has been on the Editorial Boards of numerous journals in the fields of clinical
and school psychology, including the Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, Clinical Psychology Review,
Journal of Clinical Psychology, Journal of School Psychology, Professional School Psychology, School Psychology Review,
Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, Psychology in the Schools, Assessment, Journal of Emotional and
Behavioral Disorders, Journal of Personality Assessment, and Clinical Case Studies. At present he is on the editorial boards
of seven journals and a reviewer for many other journals. Dr. Reynolds has consulted with school districts and mental health
agencies in the United States, Canada, Australia, and Israel on procedures for the identification of psychological distress
and suicidal behavior in adolescents, and presented workshops on this topic in North America, Australia, Europe, and Israel.
He has also been a consultant on adolescent suicidal behavior and psychosocial treatments for psychopathology in children
and adolescents for the National Institute of Mental Health.
For the past 28 years, Dr. Reynolds has maintained an active research program in several domains of school and
clinical psychology. His research interests have focused on the nature, assessment, and treatment of depression and
suicidal behavior in children and adolescents, assessment of competence in mentally retarded persons, the effects of
exposure to violence on adolescentsí mental health, the assessment of self-concept, child and adolescent psychopathology,
and most recently, the assessment of bullying and bully-victimization in children and adolescents. Dr. Reynolds has authored
or co-authored over 130 professional publications, including journal articles, book chapters, books, and psychological tests,
and made over 190 professional presentations at national and international meetings.