Wallace Judd

Founder & Chief Scientist, Authentic Testing

Wallace Judd received his Ph.D. from Stanford University, where his dissertation advisor was Lee Cronbach. His dissertation was Incorporating Self-Appraisal into Computerized Adaptive Testing.

Wallace is the holder of two U.S. patents, one on the original form of the liquid crystal projector and the other on a form of adaptive testing.

He is co-author of 8 elementary math textbooks, an SRA kit on problem solving, three books on calculator games, and three measurement kits from Creative Playthings.

A psychometrician and former ANSI assessor, Dr. Judd is the founder and chief scientist of Authentic Testing Corporation. He serves as a director of the Performance Testing Council.