September Learn how and when to remove this template message Kosslyn was born in Southern California, and grew up in Pacific Palisades. Seward  with whom he published his first publication, a study of learning in rats. Kosslyn attended graduate school at Stanford University. Upon arriving, he discovered that his advisor was resigning so that he could work for the "ecology movement," leaving Kosslyn adrift.
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His research has focused primarily on the nature of visual mental imagery, visual communication, and the science of learning; he has published 13 books and over papers on these topics. In his spare time, Stephen takes French lessons and plays bass guitar. Robin S. Rosenberg is a clinical psychologist in private practice and has taught psychology courses at Lesley University and Harvard University. She is board certified in clinical psychology by the American Board of Professional Psychology and has been certified in hypnosis.
Robin specializes in treating people with eating disorders, anxiety, and depression. In addition to writing textbooks, she writes about psychology for a general audience, typically using fictional characters to illustrate psychological concepts and phenomena. When the opportunity arises, she also sings and plays guitar.
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