Position: Assistant Professor
Campus Affiliation: City College of New York
Degrees/Diplomas: Ph.D., Fordham University
Training Area: Clinical Psychology @ City College
Research Interests: Racial Disparities in Mental Health Treatment-Seeking; Impact of Early Childhood Risk Factors for the Expression of Psychotic Symptoms over the Lifecourse. Social epidemiology of psychosis and the psychotic spectrum; misdiagnosis among African Americans; stigma of mental illness and mental health service utilization.
Deidre Anglin is a highly esteemed junior scholar who joined the Clinical faculty in 2008 as an Assistant Professor for her expertise in advanced research methods and ethnic minority psychology. Her research interest lies primarily in the social epidemiology of psychosis. She recently received a grant through Columbia University’s Center for Excellence and Cultural Competence to lead a multi-site investigation of the clinical and cultural determinants of psychotic-like experiences in over 1,000 participants using a state of the art electronic protocol system. She has several first-author publications in well-recognized journals such as Schizophrenia Research and the American Journal of Community Psychology and has presented her work all over the country. She was recently invited to present her methodological expertise at a meeting sponsored by the National Association of Black Psychologists and the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA).
Syllabus: Cognitive Behavioral Treatments
Syllabus: Ethnicity and Mental Health
Syllabus: Research Methods III: Quantitative Methods