Dr Jeromy Anglim





Faculty of Health


School of Psychology


Melbourne Burwood Campus


+61 3 924 43056

Research interests

Dr Jeromy Anglim's research interests are broadly at the interface of statistics and industrial / organisational psychology with particular interest in skill acquisition, performance, individual differences, psychometrics, and selection and recruitment. He is currently working on several projects including:

  1. Bayesian hierarchical modelling
  2. Quantitative models of the relationship between individual differences, practice, strategy, and performance
  3. Models of broad and narrow personality traits
  4. Psychometric testing in selection and recruitment with an emphasis on personality faking


Dr Jeromy Anglim teaches, supervises, and conducts research in the area of research methods and industrial/organisational psychology. 

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The relationship between children’s age and disclosures of sexual abuse during forensic interviews

Ms Chelsea Leach, Prof Martine Powell, Dr Stefanie Sharman, Dr Jeromy Anglim

(2017), Vol. 22, pp. 79-88, Child maltreatment, London, Eng., C1


Predicting psychological and subjective well-being from personality: incremental prediction from 30 facets over the Big 5

Dr Jeromy Anglim, Sharon Grant

(2016), Vol. 17, pp. 59-80, Journal of happiness studies, Berlin, Germany, C1


The effect of victim age on police authorisation of charges in cases of child sexual abuse

Ms Chelsea Leach, Prof Martine Powell, Dr Jeromy Anglim

(2016), Vol. 23, pp. 302-316, Psychiatry, psychology and law, London, Eng., C1


Vulnerable dark triad personality facets are associated with religious fundamentalist tendencies

Human-Friedrich Unterrainer, Johanna Ruttinger, A/Prof Andrew Lewis, Dr Jeromy Anglim, Andreas Fink, Hans-Peter Kapfhammer

(2016), Vol. 49, pp. 47-52, Psychopathology, Basel, Switzerland, C1


Statistically modelling the relationships between Type D personality and social support, health behaviors and symptom severity in chronic illness groups

Dr Sharon Horwood, Dr Jeromy Anglim, Prof Gregory Tooley

(2016), Vol. 31, pp. 1047-1063, Psychology & health, Abingdon, Eng., C1


‘Fat, four-eyed and female’ 30 years later: A replication of Harris, Harris, and Bochner’s (1982) early study of obesity stereotypes

Sharon Grant, Toby Mizzi, Dr Jeromy Anglim

(2016), Vol. 68, pp. 290-300, Australian journal of psychology, London, Eng., C1


Type D personality and the Five-Factor Model : a facet-level analysis

Dr Sharon Horwood, Dr Jeromy Anglim, Prof Gregory Tooley

(2015), Vol. 83, pp. 50-54, Personality and Individual Differences, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1


Hierarchical Bayesian models of subtask learning

Dr Jeromy Anglim, Miss Sarah Wynton

(2015), Vol. 41, pp. 957-974, Journal of experimental psychology: learning, memory, and cognition, Washington, DC, C1


Fear of self, doubt and obsessive compulsive symptoms

Miss Alex Nikodijevic, Dr Richard Moulding, Dr Jeromy Anglim, Frederick Aardema, Maja Nedeljkovic

(2015), Vol. 49, pp. 164-172, Journal of behavior therapy and experimental psychiatry, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1


Individual differences in intention to fake job interviews: Personality, self-monitoring, and the theory of planned behaviour

Candice Lester, Dr Jeromy Anglim, Ms C. Fullarton

(2015), Vol. 8, pp. 1-11, Australasian journal of organisational psychology, Cambridge, Eng., C1


The role of fear of self and responsibility in obsessional doubt processes: a bayesian hierarchical model

Ms Tess Jaeger, Dr Richard Moulding, Dr Jeromy Anglim

(2015), Vol. 34, pp. 839-858, Journal of social and clinical psychology, New York, N.Y., C1


Bayesian hierarchical modeling of the temporal dynamics of subjective well-being: A 10 year longitudinal analysis

Dr Jeromy Anglim, Dr Melissa Weinberg, Prof Robert Cummins

(2015), Vol. 59, pp. 1-14, Journal of research in personality, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1


Incremental criterion prediction of personality facets over factors: obtaining unbiased estimates and confidence intervals

Dr Jeromy Anglim, Sharon Grant

(2014), Vol. 53, pp. 148-157, Journal of research in personality, Maryland Heights, MO, C1


Facilitating child witness interviews' understanding of evidential requirements through prosecutor instruction

Dr Kimberlee Burrows, Prof Martine Powell, Dr Jeromy Anglim

(2013), Vol. 15, pp. 263-272, International Journal of Police Science & Management, Isle of Man, UK, C1


The Obsessive Beliefs Questionnaire (OBQ) : Examination in nonclinical samples and development of a short version

Dr Richard Moulding, Dr Jeromy Anglim, Maja Nedeljkovic, Guy Doran, Prof Michael Kyrios, Ariel Ayalon

(2011), Vol. 18, pp. 357-374, Assessment, Thousand Oaks, Calif., C1-1


The big five traits as predictors of subjective and psychological well-being

Sharon Grant, Janice Langan-Fox, Dr Jeromy Anglim

(2009), Vol. 105, pp. 205-231, Psychological reports, Missoula, Mont., C1-1


Modelling skill acquisition in acquired brain injury

Janice Langan-Fox, Sharon Grant, Dr Jeromy Anglim

(2007), Vol. 42, pp. 39-48, Australian psychologist, London, England, C1-1


Mental models, team mental models, and performance: Process, development, and future directions

Janice Langan-Fox, Dr Jeromy Anglim, John R. Wilson

(2004), Vol. 14, pp. 331-352, Human factors and ergonomics in manufacturing, New York, N.Y., C1-1


Process in skill acquisition : motivation, interruptions, memory, affective states, and metacognition

Janice Langan-Fox, Kathy Armstrong, Nikola Balvin, Dr Jeromy Anglim

(2002), Vol. 37, pp. 104-117, Australian psychologist, London, England, C1-1



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Associate Supervisor

Sharon Horwood

Thesis entitled: The Influence of Type D Personality on the Onset and Maintenance of Chronic Illness

Doctor of Philosophy (Psychology), School of Psychology

Gemma Caddy Christie Hamilton

Thesis entitled: Improving Investigative Interviews with Aboriginal Children

Doctor of Philosophy (Psychology), School of Psychology

Mairi Benson

Thesis entitled: Evaluation of a Comprehensive Interactive Training System for Investigative Interviewers of Children

Doctor of Philosophy (Psychology), School of Psychology


Chelsea Leach

Thesis entitled: The effect of complainant age on outcomes in the criminal justice system: Case tracking from report to conviction

Doctor of Psychology (Forensic), School of Psychology