June 2020: Dr. Anita DeLongis discusses mental health in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic with Richmond News.
May 2020: Dr. Anita DeLongis discusses the role of empathy in coping with the COVID-19 pandemic on CBC news.
March 2020: Dr. Anita DeLongis interviewed about coping with the COVID-19 outbreak for a CBC article
December 2019: Dr. DeLongis interviewed by Consumer Reports for an article about giving direct-to-consumer genetic test kits as gifts
December 2019: Article by Dr. Anita Delongis and Talia Morstead about the UBC Genetic Connections Study featured on the Genetic Literacy Project website
February 2015: Centre spread in Psychology Review featuring Dr. DeLongis and explaining her work: Women in Psychology.
October 2014: Article on Anxiety.org: Help your teens cope with anxiety better.
October 2014: Blog post in The Commitment Project: Thoughts on Commitment in the 21st Century: First Responders, National Holidays, and Couples Therapy.
October 2012: Article in Psychology Today about how individuals should cope with everyday stressors: Don’t let life’s hassles become stressors.
February 2012: Article by The Institute of Marriage and Family Canada: The days after Valentine’s Day.
August 2009: Article in The Times of India about how depression and inflammation are related to increases of pain in patients with rheumatoid arthritis: Depression ups pain in rheumatoid arthritis.
August 2009: Article posted on website phys.org about how inflammation and depression of patient and their spouse are linked to increases of pain in patients with rheumatoid arthritis: Depression and Inflammation Linked to Pain in RA Patients.
August 2009: Article posted on website healingwell.com: Treat Mind, Body in RA Patients.
August 2009: Article posted on website psychcentral.com: Emotional Wellness Helps Rheumatoid Arthritis.
August 2009: Article posted on website medicalnewstoday.com: News From Arthritis Care & Research: Depression And Inflammation Linked To Pain In Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients.
June 1996: Article posted on website eurekalert.org:When Parents Argue, They Are More Likely to Fight with Kids Too.