Dr Katie Anderson


Dr Katie Anderson
NameDr Katie Anderson
Job titleLecturer in Psychology
Research institute
Primary appointmentPsychology
Email addressk.anderson@mdx.ac.uk
ORCIDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0002-3156-7427
Contact categoryResearcher

Biography

Biography

Dr Katie Anderson is an interdisciplinary psychologist whose research focusses on interpersonal relationships, evaluation of mental health services, mental wellbeing and how drugs, especially MDMA, can alter mental health and relationships. Her expertise lies in qualitative and visual methods, such as emotion maps, objects and relationship timelines, and she has a developing interest in mixed methods studies.

Teaching

PSY2004 - Research Methods

PSY4051 - Qualitative Research Methods (Co-module leader)

PSY4045 - Research and Issues in Applied Psychology

Education and qualifications

Grants

Prizes and Awards

Research outputs

Psychedelic intimacy: altered states of consciousness in romantic relationships

Neubert, J., Anderson, K. and Mason, N. 2024. Psychedelic intimacy: altered states of consciousness in romantic relationships. Journal of Psychedelic Studies.

Service use preceding and following first referral for psychiatric emergency care at a short-stay crisis unit: A cohort study across three cities and one rural area in England

Goldsmith, L., Anderson, K., Clarke, G., Crowe, C., Jarman, H., Johnson, S., Lomani, J., McDaid, D., Park, A., Smith, J. and Gillard, S. 2023. Service use preceding and following first referral for psychiatric emergency care at a short-stay crisis unit: A cohort study across three cities and one rural area in England. International Journal of Social Psychiatry. 69 (4), pp. 928-941. https://doi.org/10.1177/00207640221142530

Short-stay crisis units for mental health service users on crisis care pathways: systematic review and meta-analysis

Anderson, K., Goldsmith, L., Lomani, J., Ali, Z., Clarke, G., Crowe, C., Jarman, H., Johnson, S., McDaid, D., Pariza, P., Park, A., Smith, J., Stovold, E., Turner, K. and Gillard, S. 2022. Short-stay crisis units for mental health service users on crisis care pathways: systematic review and meta-analysis. BJPsych Open. 8 (4). https://doi.org/10.1192/bjo.2022.534

The psychiatric decision unit as an emerging model in mental health crisis care: A national survey in England

Goldsmith, L., Anderson, K., Clarke, G., Crowe, C., Jarman, H., Johnson, S., Lloyd-Evans, B., Lomani, J., McDaid, D., Park, A., Smith, J., Turner, K. and Gillard, S. 2021. The psychiatric decision unit as an emerging model in mental health crisis care: A national survey in England. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing. 30 (4), pp. 955-962. https://doi.org/10.1111/inm.12849

What is the impact of psychiatric decision units on mental health crisis care pathways? Protocol for an interrupted time series analysis with a synthetic control study

Goldsmith, L., Smith, J., Clarke, G., Anderson, K., Lomani, J., Turner, K. and Gillard, S. 2020. What is the impact of psychiatric decision units on mental health crisis care pathways? Protocol for an interrupted time series analysis with a synthetic control study. BMC Psychiatry. 20. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12888-020-02581-5

‘Never drop without your significant other, cause that way lies ruin’: the boundary work of couples who use MDMA together

Anderson, K., Reavey, P. and Boden, Z. 2019. ‘Never drop without your significant other, cause that way lies ruin’: the boundary work of couples who use MDMA together. International Journal of Drug Policy. 71, pp. 10-18. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.drugpo.2019.05.004

An affective (re)balancing act? The liminal possibilities for heterosexual partners on MDMA

Anderson, K., Reavey, P. and Boden, Z. 2018. An affective (re)balancing act? The liminal possibilities for heterosexual partners on MDMA. in: Kolehmainen, M. and Juvonen, T. (ed.) Affective Inequalities in Intimate Relationships Routledge. pp. 19-33

Exploring embodied and located experience: memory work as a method for drug research

Anderson, K. and McGrath, L. 2014. Exploring embodied and located experience: memory work as a method for drug research. International Journal of Drug Policy. 25 (6), pp. 1135-1138. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.drugpo.2014.08.008
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