James Robinson is a first-year graduate student in the Academic Research Masters program in Psychology with an emphasis in Social Psychology.
Thesis Supervisor: Amber Gaffney
James’ current work examines how social networking, prototypicality, and cognitive load impact message processing and extremism. His other areas of interest are social identity, moral foundations, minority influence, and strategic self-presentation. James intends to work as a data specialist or evaluator after graduating from Cal Poly Humboldt in 2024.