Mark Scullard, Ph.D.
Mark Scullard, Ph.D., received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in psychology from Wheaton College. He completed his Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Minnesota.
He currently specializes in working on Martin-McAllister's research projects, and he has an extensive background in the field of psychological research. He has provided industrial organizational research and development consultation to a variety of organizations within the Twin Cities area. Project areas have included a range of topics, such as the development of client satisfaction measures, the design of personnel selection instruments and structured interview protocols, the assessment of employee attitudes and employee performance, the evaluation of personnel selection procedures, validation of psychological instruments, and the development of return on investment calculators. His research has been published in both academic and trade journals. He has given research presentations at national and local professional conferences, as well.
He has also provided personal, individual, and group psychotherapy and assessment in addressing a variety of psychological concerns. In addition, he has conducted mental health workshops, undergraduate seminars, and group test interpretations. As an instructor at the University of Minnesota, he has taught a range of courses in psychology.