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Dr Angeliki Bogosian

Lecturer in Psychology

School of Arts and Social Sciences, Department of Psychology

Contact Information

Contact

Postal Address

City, University of London
Northampton Square
London
EC1V 0HB
United Kingdom

About

Overview

Lecturer in health psychology at City University London.

Professional Registrations

Registered Health Psychologist, Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) registration no: PYL29522

Chartered Psychologist, British Psychological Society (BPS) membership no: 221 776

Registered Applied Psychology Practice Supervisors, British Psychological Society (BPS)

For more information visit: https://sites.google.com/site/angelikibogosian/

Employment

  1. Lecturer in Health Psychology, City, University of London, Oct 2014 – present

Research

Research interests

My research focuses on how individuals and families adjust when affected by a long-term health condition, especially multiple sclerosis (MS). I am also involved in developing and evaluating mindfulness interventions to improve adjustment in people with long-term conditions.

Research methods I have used include: qualitative methods (thematic analysis/ grounded theory); cognitive interviewing; questionnaire development and psychometric validation; longitudinal quantitative methods (multilevel modeling); single case experimental design; systematic review; randomised control trial; neuro-imaging.

Current and past projects

Mindfulness to tackle anxiety and depression in Parkinson's (Start 01.09.2015, Duration 12 months; Source: Parkinson's UK innovation grant (K-1409); Amount: £32,795; Applicants: Bogosian, A.(PI), Hurt, C., Hindle, J.)

A longitudinal mixed methods approach to the study of adjustment to primary and secondary progressive Multiple Sclerosis (MS)(Start 01.12.2013, Duration 36 months; Source: Multiple Sclerosis Society; Amount: £164,243.00; Applicants: Bogosian, A.(PI), Moss-Morris, R., Chadwick, P., Norton, S.)

Mindfulness Intervention for Multiple Sclerosis: Measuring MRI related changes. (Start 15.10.2012, Duration 5 months; Source: National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Mental Health Biomedical Research Centre; Amount: £20,000; Applicants: Bogosian, A. (PI), Antonova, E., Moss-Morris, R., Chadwick, P.)

Development and preliminary evaluation of a self-management programme for different types of pain in Multiple Sclerosis (Start: 01.10. 2012; Duration: 3 years; Source: Multiple Sclerosis Society (967/12); Amount: £77,942; Applicants: Moss-Morris, R. (PI), Bogosian, A., Harrison, A., McCracken, L.)

The development and pilot evaluation of mindfulness based cognitive therapy for people affected by primary and secondary progressive Multiple Sclerosis (01.04.2012; Duration: 20 months; Source: Multiple Sclerosis Society (961/11); Amount: £91,655; Applicants: Moss-Morris, R. (PI), Bogosian, A., McCrone, P., Chadwick, P.)

Psychosocial and illness factors, which influence adjustment in adolescents with a parent with MS: A phase one modelling study (Start: 01.01.2009; Duration: 36 months; Source: Multiple Sclerosis Society (906/08); Amount: £68,887; Applicants: Moss-Morris, R. (PI) & Bogosian, A.)

Research Students

Name
Ilham Khan
Thesis Title
Views on cigarette smoking relapse: A qualitative study
Name
Faisal Satti
Thesis Title
Adherence in individuals with schizophrenia
Name
Suhana Begum
Thesis Title
The development and evaluation of behaviour change intervention for stopping khat use
Name
Anne Coxon
Thesis Title
Smoking cessation support needs in a brain injury population

Publications

Journal Articles (18)

  1. Bogosian, A., Morgan, M., Bishop, F.L., Day, F. and Moss-Morris, R. (2017). Adjustment modes in the trajectory of progressive multiple sclerosis: a qualitative study and conceptual model. Psychology & Health, 32(3), pp. 343–360. doi:10.1080/08870446.2016.1268691.
  2. Bogosian, A., Hurt, C.S., Vasconcelos E Sa, D., Hindle, J.V., McCracken, L. and Cubi-Molla, P. (2017). Distant delivery of a mindfulness-based intervention for people with Parkinson's disease: the study protocol of a randomised pilot trial. Pilot and feasibility studies, 3, p. 4. doi:10.1186/s40814-016-0117-4.
  3. Bogosian, A., Hughes, A., Norton, S., Silber, E. and Moss-Morris, R. (2016). Potential treatment mechanisms in a mindfulness-based intervention for people with progressive multiple sclerosis. British Journal of Health Psychology, 21(4), pp. 859–880. doi:10.1111/bjhp.12201.
  4. Yang, S.-.Y., Bogosian, A., Moss-Morris, R. and McCracken, L.M. (2016). Healthcare professionals’ perceptions of psychological treatment for chronic pain in Singapore: challenges, barriers, and the way forward. Disability and Rehabilitation, 38(17), pp. 1643–1651. doi:10.3109/09638288.2015.1107635.
  5. Bogosian, A., Van Vliet, L., Craig, G., Fraser, L. and Turner-Cobb, J. (2016). Minding the gap and moving forward in children's long-term conditions: a vital role for health psychology. British Journal of Health Psychology, 21(3), pp. 493–498. doi:10.1111/bjhp.12193.
  6. Bogosian, A., Hadwin, J., Hankins, M. and Moss-Morris, R. (2016). Parents' expressed emotion and mood, rather than their physical disability are associated with adolescent adjustment. A longitudinal study of families with a parent with multiple sclerosis. Clinical Rehabilitation, 30(3), pp. 303–311.
  7. Bogosian, A., Chadwick, P., Windgassen, S., Norton, S., McCrone, P., Mosweu, I., Silber, E. and Moss-Morris, R. (2015). Distress improves after mindfulness training for progressive MS: A pilot randomised trial. Multiple Sclerosis Journal, 21(9), pp. 1184–1194. doi:10.1177/1352458515576261.
  8. Yang, S.Y., Bogosian, A., Moss-Morris, R. and McCracken, L. (2015). Mixed experiences and perceptions of psychological treatment for chronic pain in Singapore: Skepticism, ambivalence, satisfaction and potential. Pain Medicine, 16(7), pp. 1290–1300.
  9. Heesen, C., Bruce, J., Gearing, R., Moss-Morris, R., Weinmann, J., Hamalainen, P., Motl, R., Dalgas, U., Kos, D., Visioli, F., Feys, P., Solari, A., Finlayson, M., Eliasson, L., Matthews, V., Bogossian, A., Liethmann, K., Köpke, S. and Bissell, P. (2015). Adherence to behavioural interventions in multiple sclerosis: Follow-up meeting report (AD@MS-2). Multiple Sclerosis Journal – Experimental, Translational and Clinical, 1, pp. 205521731558533–205521731558533. doi:10.1177/2055217315585333.
  10. Harrison, A.M., Bogosian, A., Silber, E., McCracken, L.M. and Moss-Morris, R. (2015). ‘It feels like someone is hammering my feet’: Understanding pain and its management from the perspective of people with multiple sclerosis. Multiple Sclerosis Journal, 21(4), pp. 466–476. doi:10.1177/1352458514544538.
  11. Harrison, A.M., McCracken, L.M., Bogosian, A. and Moss-Morris, R. (2015). Towards a better understanding of MS pain: A systematic review of potentially modifiable psychosocial factors. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 78(1), pp. 12–24. doi:10.1016/j.jpsychores.2014.07.008.
  12. Bogosian, A., Moss-Morris, R., Bishop, F.L. and Hadwin, J. (2014). Development and initial validation of the Perceptions of Parental Illness Questionnaire. Journal of Health Psychology, 19(7), pp. 931–942. doi:10.1177/1359105313482164.
  13. Maguire, N., Hughes, V.C., Bell, L., Bogosian, A. and Hepworth, C. (2014). An evaluation of the choices for well-being project. Psychology, Health & Medicine, 19(3), pp. 303–315. doi:10.1080/13548506.2013.806813.
  14. Bogosian, A. (2014). How can we adapt mindfulness courses for people with multiple sclerosis? Way Ahead, 18(4), pp. 8–9.
  15. Bogosian, A. (2014). Calming the mind. Asian MS Newsletter, 2, pp. 6–7.
  16. Bogosian, A., Moss-Morris, R., Bishop, F.L. and Hadwin, J. (2011). How do adolescents adjust to their parent's multiple sclerosis?: An interview study. British Journal of Health Psychology, 16(2), pp. 430–444. doi:10.1348/135910710X521492.
  17. Bogosian, A., Moss-Morris, R. and Hadwin, J. (2010). Psychosocial adjustment in children and adolescents with a parent with multiple sclerosis: a systematic review. Clinical Rehabilitation, 24(9), pp. 789–801. doi:10.1177/0269215510367982.
  18. Bogosian, A., Moss-Morris, R., Yardley, L. and Dennison, L. (2009). Experiences of partners of people in the early stages of multiple sclerosis. Multiple Sclerosis Journal, 15(7), pp. 876–884. doi:10.1177/1352458508100048.

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