Jamilah R. George

 

Program: Clinical Psychology 
Advisor: Monnica Williams, Ph.D.
Anticipated Graduation: 2024
Education: M.Div, Yale University / Yale Institute of Sacred Music

B.A., University of Michigan, LSA Honors Program

Research Interests: Anxiety disorders; OCD; Race-based trauma; Depression; Scrupulosity; Minority mental health; MDMA-Assisted Psychotherapy
Representative Publications: George, J. R., Lohr, J., Pittenger, C., Adams, T.G. (2018) Disgust mediates the effects of race on contamination fears. Journal of Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders, 19, 72-76. doi: 10.1016/j.jocrd.2018.08.002

 

George, J. R., Michaels, T. I., Sevelius, J., & Williams, M. T. (under review). The psychedelic renaissance and the limitations of a White-dominant medical framework: A call for indigenous and minority inclusion.

 

Williams, M. T., George, J., & Pritnz, D. (in preparation). Behavioral health service delivery with African Americans. In L. Benuto et al., (Eds.), Handbook for Cultural Factors in Behavioral Health: A Guide for the Helping Professional.

 

Stewart, P. A., George, JR., Adams, T.A. (2017). Does predisposition towards disgust affect emotional response to political leaders?: Evidence concerning President Barack Obama. Social Science Quarterly. 

 

George, JR. (2015). The Power of Faith, Story, and El Salvadoran Women.Yale University, Notes from the Quad.