Ken J. Rotenberg, Ph.D., is a Professor of Psychology at Keele University in the UK. He has carried out research in Developmental Psychology and Social Psychology as well as applied topics, notably Health Psychology and Forensic Psychology. His research has focused on interpersonal trust, loneliness, eating disorders, children’s health, and policing. To date, he has published approximately 100 papers on these topics in highly ranked journals (e.g., Basic and Applied Social Psychology, Child: Health, Care and Development, Child Development, Developmental Psychology, European Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, International Journal of Eating Disorders, Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, Journal of Experiment Child Psychology, Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin) and in 4 books by well-regarded publishers (e.g., Cambridge University Press, Springer-Verlag). His most recent book is entitled, “Interpersonal Trust During Childhood and Adolescence” and it includes chapters by an array of well-known scholars from around the world (e.g., Australia, Canada, Japan, USA, and UK) and a range of institutions (e.g., Harvard University and University of Oxford).