AD Scientific Index 2022

United States Scientist and University Education / Special Education Rankings 2022

Total 243 scientist, 1 country, 126 university
AD Scientific Index - Scientist Rankings - 2022 H INDEX i10 INDEX CITATION
University Country Region World Name
Country University Subject Total Last 5 year Last 5 year / total Total Last 5 year Last 5 year / total Total Last 5 year Last 5 year / total
10 890 973 1673 Douglas Fuchs

United States
Vanderbilt University Education / Special Education
educational psychology|special education|educational policy|
126 74 0.587 327 240 0.734 54492 18383 0.337
10 1541 1678 2876 Michael Wehmeyer

United States
University of Kansas Education / Special Education
self-determination|special education|intellectual disability|positive psychology|positive education|
111 73 0.658 373 306 0.820 46044 20920 0.454
13 3991 4386 7704 Joseph Renzulli

United States
University of Connecticut Education / Special Education
Gifted|creativity|talent development|school improvement|
87 49 0.563 225 147 0.653 32905 10598 0.322
10 5104 5607 9985 Thomas E Scruggs

United States
George Mason University Education / Special Education
Learning and Memory|Inclusion|Research Synthesis|Content Area Instruction|
81 42 0.519 252 122 0.484 26788 8101 0.302
11 5108 5611 9990 Margo Mastropieri

United States
George Mason University Education / Special Education
special education|
81 42 0.519 230 124 0.539 26507 8156 0.308
2 7962 8810 16262 Julie Esparza Brown

United States
Portland State University Education / Special Education
Special education|Response to Intervention|English Learners|Assessment|literacy|
70 42 0.600 513 210 0.409 24249 8865 0.366
70 9665 10749 20182 Donna Y Ford

United States
Ohio State University Education / Special Education
gifted education|underrepresentation|achievement gap|African American/Black|special education|
66 42 0.636 166 114 0.687 15670 6321 0.403
93 11107 12399 23615 Robert M Hodapp

United States
Vanderbilt University Education / Special Education
families of children with disabilities|special education|Down syndrome|
63 36 0.571 148 84 0.568 11933 3787 0.317
160 14753 16621 32721 Dennis Kivlighan

United States
University of Maryland Education / Special Education
First interest|Second interest|...Group dynamics|group therapy|psychotherapy process|
56 32 0.571 160 116 0.725 13230 4706 0.356
6 16537 18683 37366 Diane Rodriguez

United States
Fordham University Education / Special Education
Bilingual Special Education|
53 39 0.736 304 184 0.605 30532 15732 0.515
34 17974 20315 41085 Antonis Katsiyannis

United States
Clemson University Education / Special Education
Legal and policy issues in special education|delinquency|discriminatory discipline|
52 36 0.692 156 106 0.679 8978 4336 0.483
27 18769 21236 43126 Ra Mcwilliam

United States
University of Alabama Education / Special Education
Early Intervention|Early Childhood Special Education|
51 31 0.608 104 66 0.635 8849 3278 0.370
68 18914 21415 43545 Debra Kamps

United States
University of Kansas Education / Special Education
Autism|school-based intervention|peer mediation|special education|
51 34 0.667 84 61 0.726 7556 2841 0.376
263 18926 21431 43577 Maureen Conroy

United States
University of Florida Education / Special Education
special education|early childhood|
51 33 0.647 93 71 0.763 7356 3245 0.441
82 21056 23933 49223 Gregory Fabiano

United States
University at Buffalo Education / Special Education
ADHD|Fathers|Parenting|Special Education|
48 38 0.792 95 82 0.863 10454 5410 0.518
295 21218 24139 49706 James Mcleskey

United States
University of Florida Education / Special Education
Special Education|Inclusive Education|Students with Disabilities|
48 33 0.688 82 57 0.695 9058 4352 0.480
1 21280 24213 49886 TF Mclaughlin

United States
Gonzaga University Education / Special Education
Special Education|
48 20 0.417 215 75 0.349 8701 2358 0.271
121 23880 27235 57199 Del Siegle

United States
University of Connecticut Education / Special Education
gifted and talented|underachievement|technology|
45 34 0.756 103 73 0.709 10839 4998 0.461
223 24009 27384 57555 Bryan Cook

United States
University of Virginia Education / Special Education
Special Education|
45 39 0.867 93 77 0.828 9407 5383 0.572
39 24326 27749 58422 Terrance Scott

United States
University of Louisville Education / Special Education
behavior|
45 33 0.733 81 56 0.691 7647 3119 0.408
99 25195 28772 60858 James R Thompson

United States
University of Kansas Education / Special Education
Intellectual Disability|Developmental Disability|Support Needs Assessment|
44 33 0.750 144 103 0.715 8819 5134 0.582
358 26888 30755 65917 David Mcnaughton

United States
Pennsylvania State University Education / Special Education
augmentative and alternative communication|AAC|assistive technology|literacy|special education|
43 29 0.674 79 66 0.835 6172 3589 0.581
313 28036 32106 69208 Dalun Zhang

United States
Texas A&M University Education / Special Education
special education|transition|intellectual and developmental disabilities|self-determination|
42 31 0.738 69 56 0.812 6237 3481 0.558
388 29176 33446 72516 Charles Hughes

United States
Pennsylvania State University Education / Special Education
learning disabilities|special education|strategy instruction|instructional design|explicit instruction|
41 20 0.488 69 41 0.594 6592 2612 0.396
160 30412 34897 76146 Michael Coyne

United States
University of Connecticut Education / Special Education
reading|vocabulary|intervention|literacy|
40 31 0.775 67 62 0.925 6862 3443 0.502
355 30745 35296 77165 JB Jay Ganz

United States
Texas A&M University Education / Special Education
autism|single case experimental design|augmentative and alternative communication|
40 35 0.875 73 64 0.877 5850 3204 0.548
181 33347 38307 84971 Brandi Simonsen

United States
University of Connecticut Education / Special Education
Special Education|Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports|
38 35 0.921 61 52 0.852 6583 4770 0.725
214 33950 39023 86930 Kevin Michael Ayres

United States
University of Georgia Education / Special Education
autism|intellectual disability|applied behavior analysis|technology|
38 31 0.816 66 63 0.955 4924 3023 0.614
465 37168 42841 96859 Margaret Mclaughlin

United States
University of Maryland Education / Special Education
special education|special education policy and law|
36 17 0.472 61 26 0.426 4699 1118 0.238
166 37389 43113 97733 David Cihak

United States
University of Tennessee Knoxville Education / Special Education
context aware technologies|
36 34 0.944 55 52 0.945 4267 2622 0.614
446 37427 43158 97848 Michaelene Ostrosky

United States
University of Illinois Urbana Champaign Education / Special Education
ealry childhood special education|social emotional competence|challenging behavior|
36 26 0.722 70 55 0.786 4215 2094 0.497
485 38703 44628 101560 James R Patton

United States
University of Texas Austin Education / Special Education
disability and criminal justice system|transition assessment|differentiating instruction|
35 16 0.457 75 30 0.400 5042 1208 0.240
386 39090 45107 102977 Ruth Colker

United States
Ohio State University Education / Special Education
Disability Discrimination|Special Education|LGBT rights|Feminist Theory|Constitutional Law|
35 17 0.486 62 29 0.468 4298 891 0.207
123 40100 46291 106160 Laura Lee Mcintyre

United States
University of Oregon Education / Special Education
Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities|Autism Spectrum Disorder|Special Education|Psychology|
34 30 0.882 50 46 0.920 6195 3255 0.525
263 40170 46377 106344 Norris G Haring

United States
University of Georgia Education / Special Education
Special Education|
34 9 0.265 66 9 0.136 5914 750 0.127
68 42096 48669 112751 Paul Yovanoff

United States
Southern Methodist University Education / Special Education
Research Methodology|Psychometrics|Special Education|
33 21 0.636 44 34 0.773 5738 1782 0.311
22 42273 48861 113201 David Connor

United States
CUNY Hunter College Education / Special Education
Disability Studies in Education|Disability Studies|Inclusive Education|Special Education|Qualitative Research|
33 27 0.818 50 43 0.860 5226 3384 0.648
155 43047 49773 115680 Lisa Dieker

United States
University of Central Florida Education / Special Education
special education|teacher education|virtual environment|collaboration|inclusion|
33 24 0.727 54 39 0.722 3919 2011 0.513
347 43501 50322 117530 Jo Hendrickson

United States
University of Iowa Education / Special Education
special education|disabilities|teacher education|
33 15 0.455 76 26 0.342 3245 706 0.218
7 44488 51444 120357 Keith Storey

United States
Touro University Education / Special Education
Special Education|Inclusion|Transition from School to Adult Life|Positive Behavior Supports|Systematic Instruction|
32 15 0.469 62 21 0.339 4829 1104 0.229
450 45092 52172 122279 Jean Sunde Peterson

United States
Purdue University Education / Special Education
gifted|social development|emotional development|
32 23 0.719 55 37 0.673 3885 1645 0.423
663 45539 52725 123926 Nicholas A Gage

United States
University of Florida Education / Special Education
special education|
32 30 0.938 63 60 0.952 3357 2847 0.848
88 45886 53147 125366 Charles Salzberg

United States
Utah State University Education / Special Education
First interest|Second interest|Sustainable Behavior Changes|Instructional Design|Effective Instruction|
32 12 0.375 58 16 0.276 2732 620 0.227
224 47298 54774 129362 Mary Morningstar

United States
University of Kansas Education / Special Education
special education|severe disabilities|transition adulthood|
31 26 0.839 52 43 0.827 3844 2314 0.602
361 49196 57020 135578 Audrey A Trainor

United States
New York University Education / Special Education
transition to adulthood|education equity|disability|qualitative studies|and secondary analyses|
30 28 0.933 49 45 0.918 4479 2884 0.644
387 49433 57302 136296 Jennifer Ledford

United States
Vanderbilt University Education / Special Education
Special Education|Autism|Instruction|Single Case Design|
30 29 0.967 63 62 0.984 4044 3475 0.859
287 50457 58546 140136 Allison Lombardi

United States
University of Connecticut Education / Special Education
Disability|Career Development|Higher Education|Special Education|Transition|
30 28 0.933 47 46 0.979 2917 2512 0.861
605 50467 58558 140175 Hedda Meadan

United States
University of Illinois Urbana Champaign Education / Special Education
social-communication|coaching|families|
30 24 0.800 57 50 0.877 2910 2063 0.709
614 51433 59711 143337 Jade Wexler

United States
University of Maryland Education / Special Education
Special Education|
29 28 0.966 46 42 0.913 4917 2714 0.552
215 52707 61190 147401 Matt Tincani

United States
Temple University Education / Special Education
Autism|positive behavior support|behavior analysis|applied behavior analysis|special education|
29 25 0.862 46 41 0.891 3079 1805 0.586