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Bryan Auday

Professor of Psychology

Dr. Auday joined the Gordon faculty in 1986. His primary research and teaching interests are in neuroscience and cognitive psychology. In 2001 he started a neuroscience minor that offers an interdisciplinary study in psychology, biology, and kinesiology. He received the Distinguished Junior Faculty Award in 1994 and the Distinguished Senior Faculty Award in 2003 and 2014.

He works with students in Gordon’s Brain Imaging Laborat ... more ➔

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Susan Bobb

Assistant Professor of Psychology

Dr. Bobb joined the Gordon faculty in the fall of 2015, coming from Northwestern University where she had been a Research Associate working on the neural correlates of bilingual language processing and cognitive control. Dr. Bobb’s research program is broadly developmental, using both behavioral methods (e.g., eye-tracking; response times) and neuroscience methods (e.g., EEG) to investigate the process of learning a first or second langu ... more ➔

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Kaye Cook

Kaye Cook

Professor of Psychology
Chair, Department of Psychology
Director, Center for Evangelicalism and Culture

Kaye Cook is interested in a range of developmental issues.  With her students, she has carried out a series of interview studies that explore such questions as the everyday understandings of morality by Cambodian Buddhists and Christians, the values of Korean college students and of Brazilian and Christian immigrants, and the meaning-making of Christians in rapidly changing cultures (Brazil and China). She has been a visiting professor a ... more ➔

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Jonathan Gerber

Associate Professor of Psychology

Dr. Gerber came to Gordon College in 2010. He began his teaching and research career in Australia where he received a Ph.D for experimental work on interpersonal rejection. He is interested in the ways that repeated exposure to a social situation influences immediate and long-term perception. He also conducts meta-analyses of social psychological phenomena, especially coolness and rejection. He is teaching social psychology, personal ... more ➔

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Bert Hodges

Professor of Psychology

Dr. Hodges teaches courses in cognitive, social, and theoretical psychology, as well as introductory and cross-cultural psychology. He has been on the faculty since 1972 and received the Senior Distinguished Faculty Award in 1997. He also serves as Senior Research Scientist at the University of Connecticut.

His research is both empirical and theoretical, focusing particularly on developing an ecological account of values, and explori ... more ➔

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Glenn Smith

Adjunct in Psychology

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