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Kaye Cook

Kaye Cook

Professor of Psychology
Chair, Department of Psychology

Kaye Cook is interested in a range of developmental issues. Recently her work has focused on cross-cultural mixed methods studies that explore such questions as the relationships among forgiveness, suffering, and grace among Christians and Muslims, 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 religious ... more ➔

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Susan Bobb

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 language ... more ➔

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Ryan Daley

Ryan Daley

Assistant Professor of Psychology

Before joining the Psychology Department at Gordon College in 2022, Professor Daley completed his Ph.D. in the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience at Boston College. His research focuses on how younger and older adults remember social and emotional information, and how this memory content relates to decision-making and judgments. One of the primary goals of this work is to determine how cognitive and motivational changes that occur across ... more ➔

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Daniel Norton

Daniel Norton

Assistant Professor of Psychology

Before coming to Gordon College in 2019, Professor Norton was a Visiting Assistant professor of psychology at Williams College, and previous to that he was a postdoctoral fellow at MGH, where he studied Alzhiemer's disease and practiced cognitive behavioral therapy in an outpatient clinic. As a scientist practitioner he does research on questions that are clinical in nature, and uses the scientific method in his clinical practice. In general, ... more ➔

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Glenn Smith

Adjunct in Psychology

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