Samuel Justin Sinclair, PhD, is an assistant professor in the clinical psychology program at William James College. He received a BA in psychology from Boston College, an MS in human development and psychology from Harvard University, and earned his PhD in clinical psychology from Suffolk University.
Dr. Sinclair maintains an active clinical research program in the areas of psychological and neuropsychological assessment, psychometrics and scale development, suicide and violence risk, terrorism and political violence, and treatment outcomes. This research has led to over 60 peer-reviewed publications in professional journals, seven textbook chapters, and six books. He has been featured by a number of news outlets including the CBS Nightly News, the New York Times, and the Boston Globe.
Dr. Sinclair is the coauthor of the assessment instrument SPECTRA: Indices of Psychopathology. He has also coauthored the books The Political Psychology of Terrorism Fears and The Psychology of Terrorism Fears. Recently, he opened a private practice in Sudbury, Massachusetts that specializes in psychological and neuropsychological assessment and individual psychotherapy for adults.
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