ProfessorUniversity of California, Davis
Office: 268H Young Hall
Dr. Robins' research explores issues at the intersection of social-personality and developmental psychology. His primary area of research concerns the development of personality and its consequences for psychological functioning; self-esteem processes and development; the regulation and expression of self-conscious emotions; and risk and resilience factors influencing the development of Mexican-origin youth. He is director of the California Families Project, a member of the core faculty for the NIMH Training Program in Affective Science, and a former Associate Editor of the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.