Dr. Andy V. Pham is an Assistant Professor of the School Psychology Program at School of Education and Human Development. Dr. Pham teaches graduate courses on intellectual and academic assessment, educational psychology, and child neuropsychology, as well as undergraduate courses on measurement and evaluation in the classroom for pre-service teachers. Dr. Pham’s research interests including examining neurocognitive (e.g., working memory, attention) and sociocultural variables (e.g., acculturation, parent perceptions of disorders and treatment) that affect academic and mental health outcomes of children, adolescents, and diverse populations. He aims to reduce ethnic disparities in mental health and education by determining risk and protective factors in minority youth and families. Dr. Pham currently serves as Associate Editor of APA Division 16’s The School Psychologist, and was guest co-editor of the Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation.
- Ph.D., School Psychology, Michigan State University
- M.A., School Psychology, Tufts University,
- B.A., Psychology, Boston University
- Learning disabilities, ADHD, and autism
- Executive functioning skills in reading and math learning
- Acculturation risk and resilience
- Cross-cultural psychology