Ryan L. Farmer

Ryan L. Farmer

Assistant Professor of School Psychology

Oklahoma State University


Ryan Farmer is an assistant professor of school psychology within the College of Education & Human Sciences at Oklahoma State University. His areas of professional interest include evidence-based practices, assessment processes, and meta-science in school psychology. He is the coordinator of Evidence Based School Psychology, and is a research associate with the Center for Family Resilience.


  • Evidence-based practices
  • Assessment processes
  • Meta-science in school psychology


  • PhD in Psychology, 2015

    The University of Memphis

  • M.A. of School Psychology, 2010

    The University of Memphis

  • B.A. in Psychology, 2007

    Appalachian State Univeristy



Assistant Professor

Oklahoma State Univeristy

Jun 2019 – Present Stillwater, OK

Teaches coursework in school psychology, conducts research consistent with his research agenda, and supervises students in conducting individual research projects.

Courses Taught:

  • Introduction to School Psychology
  • Advanced Research Methods
  • Cognitive Assessment I & II
  • First-year Observation Practicum

Assistant Professor

Western Kentucky University

Jul 2016 – May 2019 Bowling Green, KY
Taught undergraduate psychology and graduate school psychology coursework.

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