Doctoral


nikiNicole Colombino, M.A.

2008 M.A., Forensic Psychology, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
2006 B.A., Psychology, Drew University
Nicole’s research interests include sexual offending perpetration patterns, sex offender policy, sexual violence prevention. Her first doc topic was: Situational aspects of sexual offending: Implications for Residence Restrictions Laws.

 

 

Nicole Graham, M.S.
2012 M.S., Clinical Psychology, California State University, Fullerton
2010 B.A., Psychology and Criminology, University of South Florida
Nicole’s research interests include sexual offender recidivism and assessment; psychopathy; and sexually violent predator proceedings.

 

 


taiki2Taiki Matsuura, M.Phil., M.A., M.S.

2014 M.Phil., Clinical Psychology, CUNY Graduate Center
2012 M.A., Forensic Psychology, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
2008 M.S., Computer Science, Polytechnic Institute of NYU
2004 B.S., Computer Science, Drew University
Taiki’s background in artificial intelligence and affective computing—which required him to examine various aspects of human behavior—grew into a fascination with violence and aggression. His research interests include using cutting-edge technologies such as virtual/augmented reality and gaze tracking to improve dynamic risk assessments and treatment of violent offenders.

no_photoGeorgia Winters, B. A.

2013 B.A., Psychology and Criminology, Stonehill College

 

 

 
 


no_photoStephanie Robilotta, M.A.

2008 M.A., Forensic Psychology, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
2004 B.A., Forensic Psychology, John Jay College of Criminal Justice