Patrick Kyllonen is Distinguished Presidential Appointee at ETS in Princeton, NJ.
Dr. Kyllonen received a B.A. from St. John’s University, Ph.D. from Stanford University, and authored Generating Items for Cognitive Tests (with S. Irvine, 2001); Learning and Individual Differences (with P. L. Ackerman & R.D. Roberts, 1999); Extending Intelligence: Enhancement and New Constructs (with R. Roberts and L. Stankov, 2008); and Innovative Assessment of Collaboration (with A. von Davier and M. Zhu, 2017). He is a fellow of American Psychological Association and American Educational Research Association and has co-authored several National Academy of Sciences reports. Dr. Kyllonen directed the Center for Academic and Workforce Readiness and Success at ETS, which identified and measured new constructs for applications in K-12, higher education, and the workforce. The work led to several transitions to commercial use.