Benjamin Le is a professor of psychology at Haverford College. He was trained as a social psychologist, with a research focus on interpersonal relationships, and has published on the topics of commitment in close relationships, relational cognition, breakup, emotions, social networks, geographic separation, social media, and research methodology. His current interests revolves around meta-science and open science practices in psychology.

Professor Le is originally from northern California and has been a member of the Department of Psychology at Haverford since 2001, where he has taught classes in open psychological science, social psychology, close relationships, environmental psychology, intro/general psychology, science writing, and research methods/statistics. Prior to coming to Haverford he completed his undergraduate studies in psychology at Grinnell College and earned his doctorate in social psychology at Purdue University. He is an active member of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP) and the Society for the Improvement of Psychological Science (SIPS).





Note (December 2018): If you are looking for The Science of Relationships: Answers to Your Questions about Dating, Marriage, and Family, edited by Lewandowski, Loving, Le, & Gleason, here's a PDF of the 2013 electronic version of this text that used to be available on Amazon. Please note that we currently do not intend to issue a revised version, but are making this edition freely available.