Publications and Research

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

7-30-2017

Abstract

“There’s a cliché answer that you get from a lot of folks who say, ‘Well, I’ve always been interested in people,’ and that is true, but for me I always fan- tasized about being a lawyer when I grew up.” This is how Dr. Nicholas Sibrava explains his choice of career. In fact, he envisioned himself in a courtroom, just like in the movies.

It also explains why this native of Cleveland, Ohio obtained a bachelor’s degree in both criminology and psychology. The psychology part crept up on him while taking some psych courses. “Somewhere along the way I flip-flopped and became more and more interested in understanding people, in understanding psychology on an individual basis. Whereas criminology and sociology understand human behavior from a more macro level.”

 
 

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