Scott is a consultant for Psynet Group. His interest in corporate psychology stems from collaborating with one of his student’s when she interned with Dave Popple. Together they developed an assessment of ethical behavior that is presently undergoing pilot testing. Educated in general experimental psychology, Scott brings an empirical approach to his work. Over the last 16 years he has taught a range of courses in the Texas Lutheran University Psychology Department, including its three-course quantitative methods sequence. He has authored invited book chapters on innovative approaches to teaching introductory psychology, research design and statistics, and controversial topics. He has delivered numerous presentations at regional and national psychology conferences. In 2010 he was President of the Southwestern Psychological Association, a nine-state regional affiliate of the American Psychological Association. Scott enjoys keeping up with his former students, running, playing guitar, and reading. He lives with his wife Charla and their Labrador Retriever in south central Texas.