Malcolm J. Ree, Ph.D.
Professor of Leadership
Phone: 210-434-6711, ext. 8174
Office: Moye Building, Room 208
Primary Teaching Areas
Ph.D. Program, Research and Statistics, Decision Theory
Ph. D. in Psychometrics and Statistics, University of Pennsylvania, 1976
M.A. Psychology, 1969
Professional Experience 1974 to 1999
Senior Scientist, Air Force Research Laboratory, Human Effectiveness
Directorate; Past Chairman, (DOD) Psychometric Committee, ASVAB Working Group
Chairman, (DOD) Joint Service Selection and Classification Psychometric Committee,
First Chairman, Publications Review Panel. Past Chairman, (DOD) Selection and
Classification, Technology Task Group.
Air Force Representative To TAPSTEM Scientific Group
13 Book Chapters
Over 60 Published Journal Articles
Over 50 Published Technical Reports
Over 40 Conference Presentations and Papers
Reviewer, Applied Psychological Measurement, Current Directions in Psychological Science,
Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of Educational Statistics, Military Psychology,
Organizational Research Methods, Personnel Psychology, Psychological Bulletin,
Psychological Methods, and Psychology, Public Policy, and Law.
Editorial Board International Journal of Aviation Psychology, Military Psychology, Personnel
Psychology, Book Review Advisory Board, Personnel Psychology, International Journal of Selection and Assessment
Editor The Journal of Leadership Research, Book Review Editor, Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics
Learning is a complex phenomena and teaching is likewise complex. The first step to understanding is having enough ideas to describe the concept. Usually this mean a store of knowledge acquired through reading, listening, and doing. My teaching involves all three. It is not unusual in my statistics classes to be asked to flip a coin numerous times to illustrate a point. My belief is that knowing without application is only half.