Cousins, J. Bradley

(b. 1955, Toronto, Ontario, Canada). Ph.D. Educational Theory: Educational Measurement and Evaluation, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto, Canada; M.A. Psychology, Lakehead University, Canada; B.A. Psychology, Trent University, Canada.

Cousins is Professor of Educational Administration in the Faculty of Education, University of Ottawa, Canada. He was previously on the faculty at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto.

His primary contributions to the field of evaluation have been the empirical study of evaluation and the development of evaluation theory, especially regarding evaluation utilization and participatory and collaborative forms of evaluation and applied research. Other areas of interest include evaluation utilization, knowledge utilization, organizational learning, and the implementation of innovative programs. Main intellectual influences on his work include Kenneth Stanley, Kenneth ...

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