Dr. Angela Ann Joseph

Assistant Professor

B.Sc. (University of Windsor, Canada);
M.Sc. (Christ University, Bangalore);
Ph.D. (All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Delhi)

Dr. Angela Ann Joseph is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at Jindal School of Liberal Arts and Humanities (JSLH).  She completed her undergraduate education in Behavior, Cognition and Neuroscience at the University of Windsor, Canada (2008), following which she pursued her M. Sc in Clinical Psychology at Christ University, Bangalore (2010).  In 2015 she received her Ph. D in Clinical Psychology from the All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi. The topic of her thesis was “Sleep Disturbances in children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder”. This was a cross-sectional comparative research study of sleep disturbances between children with ADHD and their typically developing peers using polysomnography.

Dr. Joseph has clinical, research and industry experience which is substantiated by various assignments she undertook at AIIMS Delhi, National Law University Delhi, Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages Private Limited, Pearson, Indus Training and Research Institute (ITARI) and Sangath (NGO). She has also been associated with international research collaborations such as ONTRAC (evaluation of a novel neuroplasticity-based training program to remediate cognitive control deficits in ADHD) and Rock-On (Recovery of cognition in kids with ongoing neglect) between All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Brain Plasticity Institute and University of California, San Francisco.

Prior to joining JSLH, she worked as an Assistant Professor of Psychology at Christ University, Bangalore. Over the course of her education and professional experience, Dr. Joseph has had the opportunity to work on a myriad of research topics which include, Intersex conditions, ADHD, sleep disorders, and mental health assessment in prisons. This has culminated in research papers published in peer reviewed journals and presentations at conferences in India and Europe.

  • Joseph, A. A., Kulshreshtha, B., Shabir, I., Marumudi, E., George, T. S., Sagar, R., Mehta, M., & Ammini, A. C. (2017). Gender Issues and Related Social Stigma Affecting Patients with a Disorder of Sex Development in India. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 46(2), 361–367. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10508-016-0841-0
  • Joseph, A. A., Shabir, I., Marumadi, E., Dada, R., Ammini, A. C., & Mehta, M. (2013). Psychosexual outcomes in three siblings with partial androgen insensitivity syndrome: Impact of nature versus nurture. Journal of Pediatric Endocrinology and Metabolism, 26(9–10). https://doi.org/10.1515/jpem-2013-0154
  • Joseph, A. A., Kulshreshtha, B., Mehta, M., & Ammini, A. C. (2011). Sex of rearing seems to exert a powerful influence on gender identity in the absence of strong hormonal influence: report of two siblings with PAIS assigned different sex of rearing. Journal of pediatric endocrinology & metabolism : JPEM, 24(11-12), 1071–1075. https://doi.org/10.1515/jpem.2011.287
  • Joseph, A.A., Gupta, A., Hazari N.T., Kumar, G., Pandey, R.M., Sagar, R., Mehta, M., & Shukla, G. (2013). Sleep Quality in Children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: Is one night polysomnography as good as two nights? Indian Journal of Sleep Medicine, 8(3), 7-11.