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Deidre Anglin
Position: Assistant Professor
Campus Affiliation: City College of New York
Phone: (212) 650-5675
Degrees/Diplomas: Ph.D., Fordham University
Training Area: Clinical Psychology @ City College
Research Interests: The social epidemiology of psychosis: the relationship between race/ethnicity and endorsement of psychotic-like symptoms in both clinical and non-clinical populations; the stigma of mental health service utilization in African American populations and explanations for underutilization.
Dr. Anglin’s research program and scholarship is informed by the unique integration of a multicultural psychology perspective with a specialized research background in public health. Generally, her work has focused on reducing mental health racial disparities and studying the social epidemiology of psychosis. Dr. Anglin is the lead investigator of a study funded by Columbia University’s Center for Excellence and Cultural Competence, Office of Mental Health, to study social and cultural determinants of psychosis risk. She is also the principal investigator of an NIH-funded study that utilizes an innovative experimental design to determine whether experiencing racial exclusion causes physiological and self-reported stress among young racial and ethnic minority adults presenting with attenuated psychotic symptoms.
 
Research and Scholarship Group
 
Dr. Anglin’s research lab uses concepts in multicultural psychology (e.g., ethnic identity, racial microaggressions, neighborhood ethnic density) to understand social determinants of racial health disparities with a particular focus on racial disparities in psychosis and psychosis risk. Members of Dr. Anglin’s RSG are involved in any of several quantitative research projects designed to determine social and environmental risk factors for attenuated psychotic symptoms in racial and ethnic minority young people, and the clinical meaning of such symptoms. Student members of this RSG can also participate in experimental studies designed to determine the physiological and psychological stress response associated with racial exclusion. Students have ample opportunities to develop their own projects in Dr. Anglin’s lab and to contribute to manuscripts using Dr. Anglin’s data. 

Time Commitment: 6-8 hours per week
 
Selected Publications, Presentations, and Awards
 
DeVylder, J. E., Cogburn, C., Oh, H. Y., Anglin, D., Smith, M. E., Sharpe, T., ... & Link, B. (2017). Psychotic experiences in the context of police victimization: data from the survey of police–public encounters. Schizophrenia Bulletin, sbx038.
 
Espinosa, A., Tikhonov, A., Ellman, L. M., Kern, D. M., Lui, F., & Anglin, D. (2016). Ethnic identity and perceived stress among ethnically diverse immigrants. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health, 1-9.
 
Anglin, D.M., Lighty, Q., Greenspoon, M., Ellman, L. (2014). Racial discrimination is associated with subthreshold psychotic symptoms in US urban ethnic minority young adults. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology DOI 10.1007/s00127-014-0870-8.
 
Anglin, D. M., Lighty, Q., Greenspoon, M., Yang, L., Slonim, T., Miles, R., Isaac, K. & Brown, M. (2014). Arrest history, discrimination, and major depressive disorder in the U.S. Black population. Psychiatry Research DOI: 10.1016/j.psychres.2014.05.020
 
Yang, L.H., Anglin, D.M., Wonpat-Borja, A.J., Opler, M.G., Greenspoon, M., Corcoran, C.M. (2013). Public stigma of the psychosis risk syndrome in a college population: Implications for peer stigma intervention Psychiatric Services DOI: 10.1176/appi.ps.003782011 
 
Anglin, D. M., Corcoran C. M., Brown A. S., Chen H., Brook J., Lighty, Q., & Cohen, P. (2012). Early cannabis use and Schizotypal Personality Disorder symptoms from adolescence to middle adulthood.  Schizophrenia Research 137:45-49
 
Selected Presentations

Anglin, D., Fertuck, E., Tikhonov, A., Deokinanan, S., Grinband, J., & Wilson, S. (2017). SA59. The Psychophysiological Effects of Racially Primed Social Exclusion Among Ethnic Minorities With Attenuated Psychotic Symptoms. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 43(suppl_1), S134-S134.
 
Saint-Fleur, A., & Anglin, D. M. (2017). Does perceived racial discrimination and degree of ethnic identity predict changes in substance use over time? An examination of black emerging adults. Drug & Alcohol Dependence, 171, e180.
 
Anglin, D. M., Carlson, E.,  Espinosa, A, Waelde, L., Polanco-Roman, L.,  Macia, K.,  Palmieri, P.,  Smith, S. (2016). The Structure of the Dissociative Symptoms Scale Across Race and Ethnicity: A Test of Measurement Invariance Using Latent Class Analysis in a Non-clinical Sample. Symposium presented at The 32nd  ISTSS Annual Meeting, Dallas, TX
 
Anglin, D. M. (2016). Developing New Methods to Assess the Psychological and Physiological Impact of Everyday Racial Discrimination, Paper Presentation. Annual International Conference of the National Association of Black Psychologists, Arlington, VA.
 
Anglin, D., Tikhonov, A., & Magloire, S. (2015).  Race and Immigration Status Influence Attenuated Psychotic Symptomatology, Symposium Presentation. The international Society for Psychological and Social Approaches to Psychosis Conference, New York, NY.


Syllabus: Cognitive Behavioral Treatments
Syllabus: Ethnicity and Mental Health
Syllabus: Research Methods III: Quantitative Methods