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Ronald L. Cohen is a social psychologist whose research is focused on justice. He is a faculty member at Bennington College and the co-author or editor of several books and numerous peer-reviewed journal articles, including:

  • Equity and Justice in Social Behavior, 1982
  • Justice: Views from the Social Sciences (Critical Issues in Social Justice), 1986
  • Political Attitudes over the Life Span: The Bennington Women After Fifty Years (Life Course Studies), 1992

In addition to his work as a researcher and teacher, Cohen has served as a dean at Bennington College, as a co-founder of the Bennington Community Justice Center, and as a member of the Bennington County Reparative Board.

A native ofChicago, he holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Minnesota and a Ph.D.from the University of Michigan.


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