Richard M. Roberts

Richard M. Roberts

Richard Roberts' educational background spans the speech and hearing sciences,
clinical psychology, and experimental psychology. After earning his doctorate at the University of Memphis, he was a post-doctoral researcher at the National Center for Health Statistics. He spent twelve years teaching psychology in Europe and Asia with the University of Maryland University College. During that time, he achieved varying degrees of proficiency in German, Portuguese, and Japanese. Since 2006, he has been a US diplomat, serving at embassies in Niger, Japan, South Korea, and Mongolia. He has also studied French, Japanese, and Korean at the US Department of State's Foreign Service Institute.

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