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Kenneth S. Bordens, Ph.D.

Indiana University-Purdue University at Fort Wayne

Kenneth Bordens received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Fairleigh Dickinson University (Teaneck, NJ campus) in 1975. He earned a Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy degree in Social Psychology from the University of Toledo in 1979. After receiving his Ph.D., he accepted a position at Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne. Dr. Bordens has taught there for the past 28 years and currently holds the rank of Professor of Psychology.


Dr. Bordens's research interests are in the areas of Psychology and Law, Attitudes, and Psychology and the Arts. He has co-authored four textbooks: Research Design and Methods: A Process Approach (7th Edition), Social Psychology (newly revised 4th Edition), General Psychology With Spotlights on Diversity, and Psychology of Law: Integrations and Applications (2nd Edition). Dr. Bordens teaches courses in Social Psychology, Research Methods, History of Psychology, and Introductory Psychology. He has taught online sections of Social Psychology, Introductory Psychology, and History of Psychology.

Irwin A. Horowitz, Ph.D.

Oregon State University (Emeritus)

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