1. Daniel N. Robinson is a member of the Philosophy faculty at Oxford University, where he has lectured annually since 1991. He is also Distinguished Professor, Emeritus, at Georgetown University, on whose faculty he served for 30 years. He was formerly Adjunct Professor of Psychology at Columbia University.
Professor Robinson earned his Ph.D. in neuropsychology from City University of New York. Prior to taking his position at Georgetown, he held positions at Amherst College, Princeton University, and Columbia University.
Professor Robinson is past president of two divisions of the American Psychological Association: The Division of History of Psychology and the Division of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology. He is former editor of the Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology. Professor Robinson is author or editor of more than 40 books, including Wild Beasts & Idle Humours: The Insanity Defense from Antiquity to the Present, An Intellectual History of Psychology, The Mind: An Oxford Reader, and Aristotle’s Psychology.
In 2001, Professor Robinson received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Division of History of Psychology of the American Psychological Association, and the Distinguished Contribution Award from the Division of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology of the American Psychological Association.
2. Daniel S. Robinson grew up in rural Western Pennsylvania and began writing songs at the age of 15. Traveling the continent in search of his sound and himself from 2002-2009,Daniel found himself in the Northwest recording an album of songs, many miles and along time coming "Get There & Gone" is the culmination of many real life experiences. The tunes are meant to connect and reach like minded souls and is in fact soul music comin from the country. A Mile to Go band performs these songs around Portland, OR and the west coast currently. d-robinson.net for more info
3. Daniel Robinson is an electronic pop artist from Buffalo, NY.
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