Perrin Cohen

Ph.D., Psychology, Columbia University, New York, May 1967
M.A., Psychology, Columbia University, New York, December 1964
A.B., Psychology, Columbia College, New York, June 1962

Areas of Expertise
Since 1990, my research has focused on the process of ethics education. I have led colleagues in developing an interdisciplinary model of ethical inquiry (AIR Model).

Professional Affiliations
Danforth Associate (Acknowledgement for Distinguished Teaching)
Frank Costin Award for Excellence. For presentation (with M. Block) at
Annual Institute on the Teaching of Psychology, January, 1990 entitled
“Replacement of Laboratory Animals in an Introductory-level Psychology Course.”
Markkula Center for Applied Ethics. NUCASE web page rated as a “very good” site (1999). Featured Site (2003)

Curriculum Vitae


Department of Psychology
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