Jean Endicott, PH.D.
Professor of Clinical Psychology (in Psychiatry)
Director, Division of Clinical Phenomenology ,
Department of Psychiatry, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons
Chief, Department of Research Assessment and Training,
New York State Psychiatric Institute
Director, Premenstrual Evaluation Unit,
Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center
Jean Endicott, Ph.D. Professor of Clinical Psychology, Department of Psychiatry, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University and Director, Division of Clinical Phenomenology and Chief of the Department of Research Assessment and Training at the New York State Psychiatric Institute.
Much of Dr. Endicott's work has involved the development of procedures to aid in the diagnosis and assessment of clinical features in both patients and non-patients, with a particular emphasis on the evaluation of outcomes of treatment.
She has also conducted studies of the diagnostic process, risk for the development and relapse of various mental disorders, course of illness, pathophysiology, treatment, as well as familial aggregation and genetics of mood disorders, including premenstrual dysphoric disorder.
Dr. Endicott has also served on a number of national and international advisory committees focusing upon the diagnosis and treatment of various mental disorders.
Undergraduate: University of Connecticut, B.A., l954-l958
Graduate: Columbia University, Ph.D., 1959-1965
NYS Psychiatric Institute
1051 Riverside Drive
New York, NY 10032
Our research interests are usually focused upon the diagnosis, treatment, course of illness, comorbidity, and genetics of various forms of mood disorders.
1. Endicott J, Nee J, Harrison W : Daily Record of Severity of Problems (DRSP): reliability and validity. Arch Women Ment Health 2006;9: 41-49
2. Endicott J, Tracy K, Burt D, Olson E, Coccaro EF: A novel approach to assess inter-rater reliability in the use of the OAS-M. Psychiatry Research 2002;112: 153-159
3. Endicott J: Good diagnoses require good diagnosticians: Collecting and integrating the data. Neuropsychiatric Genetics 2001;105: 48-49
4. Endicott J, Amsterdam J, Eriksson E, Frank E, Freeman E, Hirschfeld R, Ling F, Parry B, Pearlstein T, Rosenbaum J, Rubinow D, Schmidt P, Severino S, Steiner M, Stewart DE, Thys-Jacobs S: Is premenstrual dysphoric disorder a distinct clinical entity?. The Journal of Women 8: 663-679
5. Endicott J, Nee J, Harrison W, Blumenthal R: Quality of Life Enjoyment and Satisfaction Questionnaire: A new measure. Psychopharmacology Bulletin 1993;29: 321-326