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Dr. Elbogen received a B.A. from Cornell University and an M.Ed. from Harvard University before earning a Ph.D. in Clinical-Forensic Psychology at the University of Nebraska. He completed a Clinical Psychology Internship at Harvard Medical School and the Massachusetts Mental Health Center and a Health Services Research Fellowship at Duke. He is board-certified in forensic psychology, conducting clinical work and empirical research at the intersection of law and mental health services, with a specific focus on military veterans. Dr. Elbogen is Principal Investigator of NIH, DOD, and DoE funded research examining the effects of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) on post-deployment adjustment among Iraq/Afghanistan Veterans, specifically violence, aggression, criminal justice involvement, and alcohol abuse. Dr. Elbogen is currently the Local Recovery Coordinator at the Durham VA Medical Center and provides forensic and neuropsychological assessments at Central Regional Hospital in Butner, NC.
Promoting mental health recovery and improving clinical assessment using video technology.
Improving Mental Health Treatment Utilization in Military Veterans: Examining the Effects of Perceived Need for Care and Social Support.
Cannabis use disorder and suicide attempts in Iraq/Afghanistan-era veterans.
An Investigation of Treatment Engagement Among Returning Veterans With Problematic Anger.
Traumatic Brain Injury in Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans: New Results From a National Random Sample Study.
Nonsuicidal self-injury and interpersonal violence in U.S. veterans seeking help for posttraumatic stress disorder.
Risk of Recidivism Among Justice-Involved VeteransRead Full Text
A Randomized Clinical Trial of a Money Management Intervention for Veterans With Psychiatric Disabilities.
Beyond Mental IllnessRead Full Text
Sexual revictimization among Iraq and Afghanistan war era veterans.
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Hostile Cognitions, and Aggression in Iraq/Afghanistan Era Veterans.
An exploratory pilot investigation of neurosteroids and self-reported pain in female Iraq/Afghanistan-era Veterans.
Longitudinal Predictors of Criminal Arrest after Traumatic Brain Injury: Results from the Traumatic Brain Injury Model System National DatabaseRead Full Text
Longitudinal Predictors of Criminal Arrest After Traumatic Brain Injury: Results From the Traumatic Brain Injury Model System National Database.
Effect of genetic variation in the nicotinic receptor genes on risk for posttraumatic stress disorder.
Drug use and childhood-, military- and post-military trauma exposure among women and men veterans.
Surveying treatment preferences in U.S. Iraq-Afghanistan Veterans with PTSD symptoms: a step toward veteran-centered care.
The factor structure of psychiatric comorbidity among Iraq/Afghanistan-era veterans and its relationship to violence, incarceration, suicide attempts, and suicidality.
Personality assessment inventory internalizing and externalizing structure in veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder: associations with aggression.
No association between RORA polymorphisms and PTSD in two independent samples.
Pastoral care use among post-9/11 veterans who screen positive for mental health problems.
Screening for violence risk in military veterans: predictive validity of a brief clinical tool.
The impact of social support on psychological distress for U.S. Afghanistan/Iraq era veterans with PTSD and other psychiatric diagnosesRead Full Text
Violence, suicide, and all-cause mortality.
The impact of social support on psychological distress for U.S. Afghanistan/Iraq era veterans with PTSD and other psychiatric diagnoses.
Protective mechanisms and prevention of violence and aggression in veterans.
Alcohol misuse and psychological resilience among U.S. Iraq and Afghanistan era veteransRead Full Text
PTSD symptoms and family versus stranger violence in Iraq and Afghanistan veterans.
Alcohol misuse and psychological resilience among U.S. Iraq and Afghanistan era veterans.
Protective mechanisms and prevention of violence and aggression in veteransRead Full Text
The factor structure of psychiatric comorbidity among Iraq/Afghanistan-era veterans and its relationship to violence, incarceration, suicide attempts, and suicidalityRead Full Text
Personality assessment inventory internalizing and externalizing structure in veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder: Associations with aggressionRead Full Text
Violent behaviour and post-traumatic stress disorder in US Iraq and Afghanistan veterans.
Why Financial Literacy Matters After Returning Home from War: Reducing Veteran Homelessness by Improving Money ManagementRead Full Text
Homelessness and money mismanagement in Iraq and Afghanistan veterans.
Self-report and longitudinal predictors of violence in Iraq and Afghanistan war era veterans.
Personality disorders at the interface of psychiatry and the law: legal use and clinical classification.
Are Iraq and Afghanistan veterans using mental health services? New data from a national random-sample survey.
A 3-year longitudinal study examining the effect of resilience on suicidality in veterans.
A recovery-oriented money management intervention.
Criminal justice involvement, trauma, and negative affect in Iraq and Afghanistan war era veterans.
Consumer perspectives on genetic testing for psychiatric disorders: the attitudes of veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder and their families.
Protective factors and risk modification of violence in Iraq and Afghanistan War veterans.
Financial well-being and postdeployment adjustment among Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans.
An examination of general aggression and intimate partner violence in women with posttraumatic stress disorder.
Building a bridge of trust: collaborative assessment with a person with serious mental illness.
Clinical decision-making about inpatient violence risk at admission to a public-sector acute psychiatric hospital.
Money management, mental health, and psychiatric disability: a recovery-oriented model for improving financial skills.
A conceptually based scale to measure consumers' treatment motivationRead Full Text
Correlates of anger and hostility in Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans.
Improving risk assessment of violence among military veterans: an evidence-based approach for clinical decision-making.
Medication preferences and adherence among individuals with severe mental illness and psychiatric advance directives.
The intricate link between violence and mental disorder: results from the National Epidemiologic Survey on Alcohol and Related Conditions.
The Intricate Link Between Violence and Mental DisorderRead Full Text
The expert consensus guideline series: Adherence problems in patients with serious and persistent mental illnessRead Full Text
Access to medical care among persons with psychotic and major affective disorders.
Comparison of antipsychotic medication effects on reducing violence in people with schizophrenia.
Alternative pathways to violence in persons with schizophrenia: the role of childhood antisocial behavior problems.
Caregivers as money managers for adults with severe mental illness: how treatment providers can help.
Assessing risk of violent behavior among veterans with severe mental illness.
Front line workers' attitudes towards psychiatric advance directives.
Psychiatric advance directives and reduction of coercive crisis interventions.
Characteristics of representative payeeship involving families of beneficiaries with psychiatric disabilities.
Effect of patients' reasons for refusing treatment on implementing psychiatric advance directives.
Healthcare barriers among severely mentally ill homeless adults: evidence from the five-site health and risk study.
Competence to complete psychiatric advance directives: effects of facilitated decision making.
Overriding psychiatric advance directives: factors associated with psychiatrists' decisions to preempt patients' advance refusal of hospitalization and medication.
EFFECTIVELY IMPLEMENTING PSYCHIATRIC ADVANCE DIRECTIVES TO PROMOTE SELF-DETERMINATION OF TREATMENT AMONG PEOPLE WITH MENTAL ILLNESS
The impact of perceived need for treatment on risk of arrest and violence among people with severe mental illnessRead Full Text
Decisional competence to complete psychiatric advance directivesRead Full Text
The relationship between mandated community treatment and perceived barriers to care in persons with severe mental illness.
Facilitated psychiatric advance directives: a randomized trial of an intervention to foster advance treatment planning among persons with severe mental illness.
Treatment engagement and violence risk in mental disorders.
Clinicians' attitudes regarding barriers to the implementation of psychiatric advance directives.
A national study of violent behavior in persons with schizophrenia.
Clinical decision making and views about psychiatric advance directives.
Superseding psychiatric advance directives: ethical and legal considerations.
The effects of early sexual abuse on adult risky sexual behaviors among persons with severe mental illness.
Medication nonadherence and substance abuse in psychotic disorders: impact of depressive symptoms and social stability.
Family representative payeeship and violence risk in severe mental illness.
Clinical Decision Making About Psychopathy and Violence Risk Assessment in Public Sector Mental Health SettingsRead Full Text
The effects of race and criminal justice involvement on access to atypical antipsychotic medications among persons with schizophrenia.
Consumer views of representative payee use of disability funds to leverage treatment adherence.
A comparison of stigmatizing attitudes toward persons with schizophrenia in four stakeholder groups: perceived likelihood of violence and desire for social distance.
Reducing violence risk in persons with schizophrenia: olanzapine versus risperidone.
Consumers' perceptions of the fairness and effectiveness of mandated community treatment and related pressures.
Use of psychotropic medications by youths in therapeutic foster care and group homes.
Effectiveness of atypical antipsychotic medications in reducing violent behavior among persons with schizophrenia in community-based treatment.
Psychiatric advance directives: Practical, legal, and ethical issuesRead Full Text
Effects of legal mechanisms on perceived coercion and treatment adherence among persons with severe mental illness.
Characteristics of third-party money management for persons with psychiatric disabilities.
The impact of community notification laws on sex offender treatment attitudes.
Involuntary outpatient commitment and homelessness in persons with severe mental illness.
Attempted suicide by cop: a case study of traumatic brain injury and the insanity defense.
Documentation of violence risk information in psychiatric hospital patient charts: an empirical examination.
Effects of involuntary outpatient commitment on subjective quality of life in persons with severe mental illness.
The process of violence risk assessment: A review of descriptive researchRead Full Text
Hierarchical classification and the integration of self-structure in late adolescence.
Judgments of dangerousness: Are sex offenders assessed differently than civil psychiatric patients?Read Full Text
Gender and perceptions of dangerousness in civil psychiatric patientsRead Full Text
The role of serotonin in violence and schizophrenia: Implications for risk assessmentRead Full Text
From the psychiatric hospital to the community: integrating conditional release and contingency management.
The psychiatric hospital and therapeutic jurisprudence: applying the law to promote mental health.