Kendall Cotton Bronk is an Associate Professor of psychology in the Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences where she is a developmental psychologist interested in positive youth development and the moral growth of young people. She investigates these topics through the lens of young people’s purposes in life. Her research has explored the relationship between purpose and healthy growth, the ways young people discover purpose, and the developmental trajectory of youth with strong commitments to various purposes. As a Fulbright Fellow in Greece (Fall 2016) she will give several lectures on positive psychology at the University of Ioannina, and she will conduct a study exploring the influence of global political and economic events in the development of young people’s purposes in life.
Kendall Cotton Bronk
Claremont Graduate University
Associate Professor of Psychology
Ph.D., School of Education, Stanford University, 2005