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Robert works in applied psychology, which have included roles as vice president of all mental health and substance abuse services provided by thousands of clinicians and hundreds of hospitals to millions of people in the western United States, clinical director of psychiatric facilities, director of special education, private practice in clinical/educational psychology, public sector mental health & community services, program consultation, and clinical supervision. He holds a Ph.D. in educational psychology with cognate in clinical psychology, MA in educational & professional psychology, and BA, Cum Laude in psychology from the University of Denver. Robert is licensed as a clinical and educational psychologyist. He’s published various research articles. For example, an article on the elements of 3-dimensional propositional memory and mnemonics in the Journal of Experimental Psychology; Human Learning and Memory. Early on, Robert majored in music and art. He was trained in classical music, the cornet, played in the Brico Symphony Orchestra at age 13 and in the Denver Symphony Orchestra at age 16. He’s been active, involved in distance running (marathons and high-elevation runs above 10,000ft) and high performance track driving. Robert is married, with two late adolescent/adult children, and these relationships are his core. His interests include cosmology, astronomy, psychopathic behavior, forensics, sports, film, psychometrics, art, music, and cars. He lives in the United States.
World Intelligence Network Officer. Member of WIN, WIN Psychometric Committee, ISI-Society, CIVIQ Society, Cerebrals Society, and Colloquy Society.