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Amy Scott Brown

Associate Professor


Phone: 209.946.3276


Doctorate in Educational Psychology Concentration in School Psychology APA accredited and NASP approved School Psychology Program Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, 2006

M.A., Educational Psychology Concentration in School Psychology Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, 2002

B.A., Psychology and Religious Studies University of California, Berkeley, 2000


  • Self-concept and response to intervention
  • Curriculum based assessment
  • Response to Intervention
  • EDUC 340: Introduction to School Psychology
  • EDUC 341: History and Systems of Psychology
  • EDUC 342: Law and Professional Ethics
  • EDUC 343: Psychopathology and Wellness Promotion
  • EDUC 344: Data-Based Decision Making I: Behavior Assessment and Intervention
  • EDUC 345: Data-Based Decision Making II: Academic Assessment and Intervention
  • EDUC 346: Psychological Assessment
  • EDUC 348: Neuropsychology
  • EDUC 350: Social Psychology
  • EDUC 386: Child Abuse Assessment and Intervention
  • EDUC 396: Fieldwork Supervision
  • EDUC 398: Internship Supervision
  • EPSY 121: Learner-Centered Concerns
  • SPED 124/224: Assessment in Special Education
  • Amy Scott,  Benerd College, had her article "The stability of self-concept between elementary and junior high school in Catholic school children" published in Catholic Educa­tion: A Journal of Inquiry and Practice. Her co-author is Maryann Santos de Barona. 


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