Sierra LynchFielding Graduate University | The Fielding Institute · School of Psychology
Master of Science in Education
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Citations since 2017
8 Research Items
Sierra Lynch is currently attending Fielding Graduate University. Sierra does research in Forensic Psychology and Clinical Psychology.
The features of social media continue to push technological boundaries. Even in times of COVID-19, we’ve seen an extraordinary advancement and use of technology to stay connected. While there are significant benefits to these advances, there have also been major drawbacks. One of these drawbacks is the abuse of using videos to live-stream crimes in...
STATEMENT OF PROBLEM: Despite low recidivism rates in the research, Minnesota has the highest number of sex offenders who have been civilly committed after serving their prison sentence and the lowest number of individuals released back into the community. Ongoing civil commitment of sex offenders is a draining financial problem for the state and a...
Exploring the impact of parental incarceration, childhood victimization, and social support on adult aggression.
Exploring the relationship between the risk of development of weather-related PTSD and the overproduction of severe weather threat based on prior experiences.
Exploring the impact of parental incarceration, parental abuse, parenting style, and exposure to violence on adult sexual perpetration.
Exploring the relationship between culture, acceptance of violence, and perceptions of peer aggression to find possible correlations.
Exploring the relationship between INCEL's, men who are "involuntarily celibate," and misogyny and mass violence in the wake of multiple incidents of mass murder by men claiming INCEL ideology.
Exploring the relationship between Attachment Style and violent/non-violent offenses to find possible correlations.