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Anthony Robinson MA

Anthony Robinson
Designation
  • Predoctoral Psychology Intern
  • Department of Psychiatry, University of Illinois Chicago
Gender Pronouns
  • he/him
Contact Information
  • antrob [at] uic.edu
  • (999) 999-9999
  • Institute for Juvenile Research (IJR)
    1747 W. Roosevelt Rd.
    Chicago IL 60612
  • Room #:233
Website

Anthony Robinson is a 5th year PhD candidate in the Clinical Psychology program (neuropsychology emphasis) at Louisiana State University and a Clinical Psychology Intern in the Psychiatry Department at University of Illinois Chicago. His program of research focuses on 1) Investigating the effects of non-neurological factors on neuropsychological test performance across the lifespan, 2) Developing and improving the clinical utility of self-report and neuropsychological measures, and 3) Examining transdiagnostic risk factors for psychopathology. 

  • Graduate School
    Louisiana State University
  • Undergraduate
    Texas State University
  • psychiatry

    Neuropsychological Assessment, Performance and Symptom Validity, Psychometrics, Psychopathology, Personality

  • Robinson A., Miller L., Herring., T., & Calamia, M. (2023). Utility of the D-KEFS Color Word Interference Test as an embedded validity indicator in psychoeducational evaluations. Psychology & Neuroscience. Advance online publication.

    Robinson A., Reed, C., Davis, K., Divers, R., Miller L., Erdodi, L.A., & Calamia, M. (2023). Settling the score: Can CPT-3 embedded validity indicators distinguish between credible and non-credible responders referred for ADHD and/or SLD?. Journal of Attention Disorders, 27(1), 80–88.

    Robinson A., Huber, M., Breaux, E., Pugh, E., & Calamia, M. (2022). Failing the b Test: The influence of cutoff scores and criterion group approaches in a sample of adults referred for psychoeducational evaluation. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology44(9), 619–626.

    Robinson A., Weitzner, D., & Calamia, M. (2022). Factor structure of the Anxiety Sensitivity Index-3 in a sample of older adults. European Journal of Ageing, 19(4), 1543–1548.

    Robinson, A., Stasik-O’Brien, S. M., Schneider, J., & Calamia, M. (2022). Examination of the relationship between dimensions of perfectionism, incompleteness, and harm avoidance in college students. Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy. Advance online publication.

    Robinson, A., Stasik-O’Brien, S., & Calamia, M. (2022). Toward a more perfect conceptualization of perfectionism: An exploratory factor analysis in undergraduate college students. Assessment, 29(3), 385–396.

    Robinson, A., Moscardini, E., Tucker, R., & Calamia, M. (2021). Perfectionistic self-presentation, socially-prescribed perfectionism, and suicide in U.S. adults: Re-examining the Social Disconnection Model. Archives of Suicide Research, 1–15.

    Robinson, A., Divers, R., Moscardini, E., & Calamia, M. (2021). Perfectionism, conscientiousness, and neuroticism: Does age matter? Personality and Individual Differences, 172.

    Robinson, A., & Abramovitch, A. (2020). A neuropsychological investigation of perfectionism. Behavior Therapy, 51, 488-502.

     

    https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=UAtuwjAAAAAJ&hl=en