Dr. Kenneth Schneider

Ken Schneider Ph.D.
Applied Faculty
Emeritus Faculty Professor
Phone: 908 608-3984

Kenneth C. Schneider, professor emeritus, was formerly the Chairman of the Department of Applied Psychology. As a school psychologist he focused on students with educational disabilities. His academic interests focus on the psychological aspects of exceptionality and college students with learning disabilities; in this latter area he has developed a pilot study for Rutgers University. His current interests include advocacy for developmentally disabled individuals and their families. He works extensively with students and is a popular supervisor in the areas of both clinical work and dissertation research. Dr. Schneider is professionally active and a consultant to the New Jersey public defender's office. He is a licensed practicing psychologist.  Dr. Schneider is still active in the work of GSAPP Applied department.

Course Taught: 
Seminar in psychoeducational interventions
Exceptional children in the school, family, and community
Individual cognitive assessment
Child psychopathology
Psychoeducational foundations of learning disabilities

Cognitive assessment; learning disabilities; behavioral consultation with students, parents, teachers; families with exceptional individuals