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Deidre Anglin

Assistant Professor

School/Division

Colin Powell School for Civic and Global Leadership

Department

Psychology

Office

NAC 8/125

p: 212-650-3147

e: dma2105@columbia.edu

  • Education

    8/03               Fordham University, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Bronx, NY

    Doctorate of Philosophy, Clinical Psychology

     2/00               Fordham University, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Bronx, NY

    Masters of Arts, Clinical Psychology

     5/98               Cornell University, College of Human Ecology, Ithaca, NY

    Bachelor of Science, Human Development and Family Studies, GPA 3.5

                         

    Licensure: New York State Licensed Psychologist

  • Research Interests

    Dr. Anglin's research interest lies primarily in the social epidemiology of psychosis. Namely her work examines explanations for the relationship between race/ethnicity and endorsement of psychotic-like symptoms in both clinical and non-clinical populations. In addition, her research focuses on the stigma of mental health service utilization in African American populations and explanations for underutilization. She has published in these areas.



  • Publications

    Wong C, Davidson L, Anglin D, Link B, Malaspina D, McGlashan T, Corcoran C. (in press). Stigma in Families of Patients in Early Stages of Psychotic Illness. Early Intervention in Psychiatry.

     

    Anglin, D. M., & Kwate, N. O. K. (in press) Social and Cultural Factors in the Cognitive and Clinical Assessment of African American Adults. In the Handbook of African American Psychology.

     

    Anglin, D. M., Alberti, P. M., Link, B. G., & Phelan, J. P. (2008). Racial Differences in Beliefs about the Effectiveness and Necessity of Mental Health Treatment. American Journal of Community Psychology. Jul 9. [Epub ahead of print]

     

    Anglin, D. M., Cohen, P., Chen, H. (2008). Duration of Early Maternal Separation and Schizotypal Symptoms: Early Adolescence to Midlife. Schizophrenia Research, Aug;103(1-3):143-50.

     

    Anglin, D. M., Malaspina D. (2008). Ethnicity Effects on Clinical Diagnoses Compared to Best-Estimate Research Diagnoses in Patients With Psychosis: A Retrospective Medical Chart Review. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry. May 13:e1-e5. [Epub ahead of print].

     

    Anglin, D. M., Malaspina D. (2008). Racial and Ethnic Effects on Psychiatric Diagnostic Changes From Admission to Discharge: A Retrospective Chart Review. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, Mar;69(3):464-9.

     

    Anglin D. M., Wade JC: (2007). The Effects of Racial Socialization and Racial Identity on Black Students' Adjustment to College. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, 13, 207-215.

     

    Anglin, D. M. (2006). Book Review: Shifting: The Double Lives of Black Women in America
    Journal of Black Psychology. 32: 390-394.

     

    Anglin D. M., Link BG, Phelan JC (2006). Racial Differences in Stigmatizing Attitudes about People with Mental Illness: Extending the Literature. Psychiatric Services. 57, 857-862.  

           

    Anglin D. M., Whaley AL (2006). Racial/Ethnic Self-Labeling in Relation to Group Socialization and Identity in African-Descended Individuals. Journal of Language and Social Psychology. 25, 457-463.

     

    Anglin DM., Gabriel KOS, Kaslow NJ (2005) Suicide Acceptability and Spiritual Well-Being: A Comparative Analysis in African American Suicide Attempters and Non-attempters. Journal of Psychology and Theology, 33, 140-150.

     

    Anglin, D. M. (2004). The Predictive Effects of Racial Socialization, Racial Identity, and African Self-Consciousness on African American College Adjustment and Psychological Defenses. Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences and Engineering. Vol 64 (7-B).

  • Additional Information

    Manuscripts submitted

     

    Anglin, D. M., & Wade, J. C. (Revised and resubmitted). The Impact of Racial Socialization on Racial Identity: The Modifying Effects of Black Immigrant Status.

     

    Anglin, D. M., Stanford, A., & Malaspina, D. Family History of Affective Illness in Schizophrenia Patients: Symptoms and Cognition

     

     

     PRESENTATIONS

     

    Anglin, D. M., (2007). Racial/ethnic Differences in Diagnostic Changes From Admission to Discharge.

    Paper presented at the national annual conference of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA.

     

    Anglin, D. M., Codrington, J., Lewis-Coles, M.E. (2007). The Role of Black Psychologists in Reducing Health Disparities: The Missing Link. Paper presented at the annual international meeting of the Association of Black Psychologists, Houston, TX.

     

    Anglin, D. M. (2007). Early Maternal Separation Predicts Schizotypal Symptoms Over Two Decades: Preliminary Findings.Paper presented at the Psychiatric Epidemiology Training Program Seminar in Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health. New York, NY.

     

    Anglin, D. M., Stanford, A., Malaspina, D. (2006). Family History of Affective Illness in Schizophrenia Patients and Cognitive Outcomes. Poster presented at the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ACNP), Hollywood, Florida. Travel Awardee.

     

    Anglin, D. M. (2006).Racial/Ethnic Predictors of Diagnostic Stability and Validity of Severe Mental Illness: Preliminary Analyses and Progress Toward a Grant Proposal. Paper presented at the Psychiatric Epidemiology Training Program Seminar in Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health. New York, NY.

     

    Yang, L., Anglin, D. M., Cruz-Rojas, R., Alberti, P. (2006).Stigma and Mental Health Utilization: Findings from Asian-American, African-American, and Latino Communities. Symposium presented at the national annual conference of the Asian American Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA.

     

    Anglin, D. M., Cruz-Rojas, R., Yang, L., Alberti, P. (2005).Stigma-Related Barriers to Psychological Treatment Utilization among Racial and Ethnic Minorities. Chaired this symposium presented at the national annual conference of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC. Discussant: Bruce Link, PhD.

     

    Anglin, D. M. (2005). Racial Differences in Stigmatizing Attitudes Toward People with Mental Illness. Paper presented at the national annual conference of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC.

     

    Anglin, D. M. (2005). Stigmatizing Attitudes toward People with Mental Illness: Connections with Help-Seeking Attitudes. Paper presented at the annual international meeting of the Association of Black Psychologists, Miami, FL.

     

    Anglin, D. M. (2005). The Relationship Between Racial Socialization, Racial Identity, and African Self-Consciousness Among Ethnically Diverse Students of African Descent. Poster presented at the national annual conference of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC.

     

    Anglin, D. M., Yang, L.(2005). Moving Away from Stereotypes: Toward Culturally Appropriate Explanations for Help-Seeking Patterns among Ethnic Minorities. Symposium presented at the 2005 Winter Roundtable Conference at Columbia University Teachers College, NY.

     

    Anglin, D. M. (2005). Racial Differences in Stigmatizing Attitudes Toward People with Mental Illness. Paper presented at the Psychiatric Epidemiology Training Program Seminar in Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health. New York, NY.

     

    Anglin, D. M. (2004). The Effects of Racial Socialization and Racial Identity on Adjustment among Black College Students. Poster presented at the 4th annual Diversity Challenge conference at Janet Helms' Institute for the Study and Promotion of Race and Culture, Boston College, MA.

     

    Anglin, D. M. (2004). Dimensions of Racial Socialization, African Self-Consciousness, and Racial Identity Among Ethnically Diverse Blacks. Paper presented at the annual international meeting of the Association of Black Psychologists, Washington, DC.

     

    Anglin, D. M. (2004). Racial Disparities in Psychiatric Treated Prevalence Studies: Are They Real or a Case of Misdiagnosis? Poster presented at the annual research meeting of Academy Health, San Diego, CA.

     

    Anglin, D. M. (2004). The Impact of Racial Socialization and Racial Identity on Black College Adjustment. Paper presented at the Psychiatric Epidemiology Training Program Seminar in Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health. New York, NY.

     

    Anglin, D. M. (2004). Served as a discussant for a symposium presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Students of Color Alumni Workshop at Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.

    McKay, D.R., & Anglin, D. M.(2001). The Anxiety Sensitivity Index-Revised (ASI-R) and the Suffocation Fear Scale (SFS): A Psychometric Analysis.Poster presented at the 21st national conference of the Anxiety Disorders Association of America.Atlanta, GA.

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