James D. Robinson is a professor of communication and a member of the Cybersecurity and Data Intelligence Center at the University of Dayton. He completed degrees at Purdue University (PHD, 1982), West Virginia University (MA, 1979), University of the Pacific (BA, 1978) and West Valley Community College (AA, 1976). His interests include the development and application of social science theory to social engineering and cyberserurity training.
He has published work in a number of journals including Health Communication, Journal of Health Communication, Human Communication Research, Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology, Health Care Management Review, Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, Sex Roles, Women in Health, Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, Communication Reports, Sociology of Religion, Review of Religious Research, Geriatrics and Gerontological Education, Journalism Quarterly, Communication Research Report, Mass Comm. Review & Progress in Transplantation.