College of Education and Human Development - George Mason University


The George Mason University Cognitive Assessment Program is directed by Megan Davis, a licensed school psychologist who has extensive experience working with children and adolescents from the Northern Virginia community, including working as a school psychologist in local public schools.

Intake Staff: The Cognitive Assessment Program intake office is staffed by graduate level students from George Mason University’s School Psychology Program. Our intake staff members are responsible for making appointments, communicating with examiners, responding to parent inquiries, and record maintenance.

Protocol Reviewers: To ensure high quality and accuracy of assessment results, all examiners must submit their testing protocols to a Reviewer, for an independent review of test administration and scoring. Protocol Reviewers are advanced graduate students who are selected for their demonstrated skill and accuracy in test administration and scoring.

Examiners: Most of our examiners are highly trained and closely supervised graduate students from the School Psychology and Clinical Psychology Graduate Programs at George Mason University. Our students have all received extensive training in empirically based “best practices” in standardized test administration, scoring, and interpretation. All reports are supervised by a Virginia licensed psychologist with expertise in the cognitive assessment of children. In addition to being highly trained, our examiners bring considerable dedication and enthusiasm to their positions.

Although most of our examiners are graduate students, we are also fortunate to have a number of former graduates and other consulting examiners who continue to provide assessment services for the Cognitive Assessment Program.