Staff profile - Jeromy Anglim

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Dr Jeromy Anglim

Position: Lecturer
role description
Faculty or Division: Faculty of Health
Department: School of Psychology
Campus: Melbourne Burwood Campus
Phone: +61 3 924 43056 +61 3 924 43056


Research projects

Jeromy is committed to promoting open science. He has a personal website devoted to promoting innovation in psychology and statistics. He is particularly active in promoting the use reproducible research and the use of the R statistical computing language. He is an organiser of the Melbourne R Users Group. He also contributes to creative-commons licenced question and answers sites on statistics and psychology.

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. Testing models (particularly Bayesian models) of faking personality tests, 
  2. Developing an integrated quantitative model of the relationship between individual differences, practice, strategy, and performance
  3. Developing and testing quantitative models of the correlates of well-being and personality.



Selected publications, see here for a complete list :

  • Moulding, R., Anglim, J., Nedeljkovic, M., Doran, G., Kyrios, M., & Ayalon, A. (2010). The Obsessive Beliefs Questionnaire (OBQ): Examination in non-clinical samples and development of a short version. Assessment PDF
  • Grant, S., Langan-Fox, J., & Anglim, J. (2009). Big Five Traits as predictors of subjective and psychological well-being. Psychological Reports, 105, 201-231. PDF
  • Langan-Fox, J, Grant, S., & Anglim, J. (2007). Modelling skill acquisition in acquired brain injury. Australian Psychologist, 42(1), 39-48. PDF
  • Langan-Fox, J, Anglim, J., & Wilson, J. R. (2004). Mental models, team mental models and performance: Process, development and future directions. Human Factors and Ergonomics in Manufacturing, 14(4), 331-352. PDF
  • Langan-Fox, J., Armstrong, K., Balvin, N., & Anglim, J. (2002). Process in skill acquisition: Motivation, interruptions, memory, affective states, and metacognition. Australian Psychologist, 37(2), 104-117. 

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