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About T. L. Brink

T.L. Brink is a social scientist who has earned degrees from Claremont Men's College, San Jose State University, Santa Clara University and the University of Chicago. Dr. Brink has authored or edited fifteen books, two dozen encyclopedia articles, and hundreds of journal articles, reviews and conference presentations. His main topics of interest include clinical assessment and treatment of mental disorders in later life, religious phenomena, cancer attitudes, consumer behavior, qualitative research methods, and Big Data Analytics using Bayesian Sequential Statistics. His books have been reviewed in the medical journals of six continents. His articles have received more than thirty thousand citations. He has been a member of the Association for Psychological Science, American Psychological Association, Psychonomic Society, Society for Personality and Social Psychology, American Sociological Association, Pacific Sociological Association, Western Psychological Association, Western Positive Psychology Association, Midwestern Psychological Association, International Council of Psychologists, Sociedad Interamericana de Psicologia, Gerontological Society of America, American Academy of Religion, Religious Research Association, Society for the Scientific Study of Religion, American Association for the Advancement of Science and the American Society of Clinical Oncology. He has served as editor, editorial board member, or peer reviewer for more than a dozen professional journals. He has been appointed to the faculties of Stanford University School of Medicine, Loma Linda University School of Public Health, Universidad Iberoamericana, University of Redlands, University of California Riverside, and University of the People. He is currently Professor of Psychology at Crafton Hills College where he has been teaching online since 1996. On youtube he has over 600 videos which have received over two million hits for HEADLESSPROFESSOR. Dr. Brink resides in Mexico, Chicago, and southern California.


Present Faculty Member, Crafton Hills College

Research Interests

Development of Statistical Tests for Small Sample Designs, Interviewing Techniques for Life Histories, Resilience & Religion, and Prevention of Mosquito-born Disease

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Books (9)

Sequential Analysis (1)

Cancer (2)

open source (1)

Psychology (2)

General Psychology (1)

Recent Works (3)

presentations (2)

textbook (1)

Big Data (3)