Dr. Jennifer Robinson remembers wanting a microscope for her fifth birthday. “I always wanted to know how things worked and what they were made of,” she recalled. The Director of the Cognitive and Behavioral Sciences Ph.D. program in the Department of Psychology at Auburn University, Robinson is still seeking those answers.
“My job is to learn. That is the best description I can think of to explain what I do. I observe human behaviors and then study how the brain supports those behaviors,” she clarified. “There are no restraints or parameters. The sky is the limit. We make substantial progress in many areas, but what is left to be understood is daunting. It changes all the time.”
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