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Insight: Professor Abigail Marsh

Professor Marsh teaches psychology courses at Georgetown. (Photo: Claire Callagy)
If you were not a psychology professor, what would you be doing and why?
I would love to be a zookeeper.
What’s your favorite thing about being at Georgetown?
I do love the students. I love their motivation and all of the interesting questions they ask.
What’s your favorite song on the Top 40 charts right now?
It’s not that recent, but I love “Let It Rock” by Kevin Rudolph and Lil’ Wayne
If a spaceship landed right in front of your house at this moment, would you get in?
I would say no. Mainly because I really like my life right now! I’m not too keen about doing something to potentially mess that up right now.
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Professor Abigail Marsh Researches Social Cues and Facial Expressions
Although Marsh pursues many lines of research at the same time, her studies address a set of interconnected questions related to the way that people perceive and respond to others’ emotions and nonverbal behaviors.
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