Stephanie Anglin

Stephanie AnglinAssistant Professor of Psychological Science

Joined faculty in 2019

Ph.D., Rutgers University
M.S., Rutgers University
B.A., Hamilton College

Contact Information

GulickPhone (315) 781-3415

Scholarly Interest

Beliefs and attitudes
Motivated reasoning
Scientific reasoning and decision making
Science communication
Meta-science and science reform

Courses Taught

FSEM 119 (Information and Misinformation: Thinking Critically about Science in a Digital Age)
PSY 220 (Introduction to Personality Psychology)
PSY 323 (Theory & Design in Personality Psychology)
PSY 344 (Topics in Personality)
PSY 423 (Capstone Research in Personality)


Anglin, S. M., & Edlund, J. E. (2020). Perceived need for reform in field-wide methods and the teaching of replication, interpretation, and transparency. Psychology Learning & Teaching, 19, 60-76.

Jussim, L., Krosnick, J. A., Stevens, S. T., & Anglin, S. M. (2019). The social psychology of scientific practices model: Explaining research practices and outlining the potential for successful reforms. Psychologica Belgica, 59, 353-372.

Anglin, S. M. (2019). Do beliefs yield to evidence? Examining belief perseverance vs. change in response to congruent empirical findings. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 82, 176-199.

Anglin, S. M., & Jussim, L. (2017). Science and politics: Do people support the conduct and dissemination of politicized research? Journal of Social and Political Psychology, 5, 142-172.

Jussim, L., Crawford, J. T., Anglin, S. M., Stevens, S. T., & Duarte, J. (2016). Interpretations and methods: Towards a more effectively self-correcting social psychology. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 66, 116-133.

Anglin, S. M. (2015). On the nature of implicit soul beliefs: When the past weighs more than the present. British Journal of Social Psychology, 54, 394-404.

Anglin, S. M. (2014). I think, therefore I am? Examining conceptions of the self, soul, and mind. Consciousness and Cognition, 29, 105-116.

Anglin, S. M. (2014). From avoidance to approach: The effects of mortality salience and attachment on the motivation to repair troubled relationships. Personality and Individual Differences, 66, 86-91.

Grysman, A., Prabhakar, J., Anglin, S. M., & Hudson, J. A. (2014). Self-enhancement and the life script in future thinking across the lifespan. Memory, 23, 774-785.

Grysman, A., Prabhakar, J., Anglin, S. M., & Hudson, J. A. (2013). The time travelling self: Comparing self and other in narratives of past and future events. Consciousness and Cognition, 22, 742-755.

Borton, J. L. S., Reiner, D. R., Vazquez, E. V., Ruddiman, J. F., & Anglin, S. M. (2011). Does suppressing the thought of a self-relevant stigma affect interpersonal interaction? Journal of Social Psychology, 151, 140-156.

Anglin, S. M., Amaral, M. C., & Edlund, J. E. (2010). Keep the mate or keep the child? Examining sex differences in abortion decisions. Personality and Individual Differences, 49, 374-379.


Book Chapters

Jussim, L., Stevens, S. T., Honeycutt, N., Anglin, S. M., & Fox, N. (2019). Scientific gullibility. Chapter to appear in J. Forgas & R. Baumeister (Eds.), The Social Psychology of Gullibility: Fake News, Conspiracy Theories, and Irrational Beliefs. New York, NY: Routledge.

Stevens, S. T., Jussim, L., Anglin, S. M., & Honeycutt, N. (2018). Direct and indirect influences of political ideology on perceptions of scientific findings. To appear in B. Rutjens and M. Brandt (Eds.), Belief Systems and the Perception of Reality. New York, NY: Routledge.

Stevens, S. T., Jussim, L., Anglin, S. M., Contrada, R., Welch, C. A., Labrecque, J., Motyl, M., Duarte, J., Terbeck, S., Sowden, W., Edlund, J., & Campbell, W. K. (2017). Political discrimination in social psychology: Lived experiences and solutions. In J. T. Crawford & L. Jussim (Eds.), The Politics of Social Psychology (pp. 210-244). New York, NY: Routledge.

Jussim, L., Crawford, J. T., Stevens, S. T., & Anglin, S. M. (2016). The politics of social psychological science: Distortions in the social psychology of intergroup relations. In P. Valdesolo & J. Graham (Eds.), Social Psychology of Political Polarization (pp. 165-196). New York, NY: Routledge.

Jussim, L., Crawford, J. T., Stevens, S. T., Anglin, S. M., & Duarte, J. L. (2016). Can high moral purposes undermine scientific integrity? In J. Forgas, L. Jussim, & P. van Lange (Eds.), The Social Psychology of Morality.

Stevens, S. T., Jussim, L., Stevens, L. A., & Anglin, S. M. (2016). Cultural competence: A form of stereotype rationality. In C. Fisby & W. O’Donohue (Eds.), Cultural competence: Theory, research, practice, and evaluation. New York, NY: Springer.

Jussim, L., Crawford, J. T., Anglin, S. M., Chambers, J. R., Stevens, S. T., & Cohen, F. (2015). Stereotype accuracy: One of the largest and most replicable effects in all of social psychology. In T. Nelson (Ed.), The Handbook of Prejudice, Stereotyping, and Discrimination. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

Jussim, L., Crawford, J. T., Anglin, S. M., & Stevens, S. T. (2015). Ideological bias in social psychological research. In J. Forgas, K. Fiedler, & W. D. Crano (Eds.), Social Psychology and Politics (pp. 91-109). New York, NY: Taylor & Francis.

Stevens, S. T., Anglin, S. M., & Jussim, L. (2015). The political self. In F. Guay, D. McInerney, R. Craven, & H. Marsh (Eds.), International Advances in Self Research, Volume 5, Self-concept, Motivation, and Identity: Underpinning Success with Research and Practice (pp. 57-81). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.


White House Memo

Jussim, L., Krosnick, J., Vazire, S., Stevens, S. T., & Anglin, S. M. (2015). Towards robust scientific research methods in the United States.