Eric B. Elbogen mostly deals with Psychiatry, Mental health, Suicide prevention, Injury prevention and Mental illness. His studies in Psychiatry integrate themes in fields like Public health, Social environment and Clinical psychology. Eric B. Elbogen is involved in the study of Clinical psychology that focuses on Anger in particular.
His Mental health study combines topics in areas such as Odds ratio, Medical prescription, Health care and Alcohol abuse. His Domestic violence study in the realm of Suicide prevention connects with subjects such as Occupational safety and health. Eric B. Elbogen interconnects Informed consent, Bipolar disorder, Stakeholder, Forensic psychiatry and Severity of illness in the investigation of issues within Mental illness.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Psychiatry, Clinical psychology, Mental health, Suicide prevention and Mental illness. His Psychiatry research integrates issues from Social support and Public health. His Clinical psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Schizophrenia and Psychological resilience.
His biological study deals with issues like Social work, which deal with fields such as Nursing. The Suicide prevention study combines topics in areas such as Injury prevention and Human factors and ergonomics. His Mental illness research incorporates elements of Bipolar disorder, Severity of illness and Ethnic group.
Clinical psychology, Suicidal ideation, Anger, Psychiatry and Posttraumatic stress are his primary areas of study. Eric B. Elbogen focuses mostly in the field of Clinical psychology, narrowing it down to topics relating to Aggression and, in certain cases, Meta-analysis. His work on Anger management as part of general Anger study is frequently linked to Mobile technology, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
Within one scientific family, he focuses on topics pertaining to Risk factor under Psychiatry, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Psychopathology. His studies deal with areas such as Psychological intervention, Difficulty controlling anger, Anger in, Coping and Cognitive behavioral therapy as well as Posttraumatic stress. Mental illness is a subfield of Mental health that he tackles.
His primary scientific interests are in Clinical psychology, Suicidal ideation, Depression, Social support and Anger. His research integrates issues of Younger age and Depressed mood in his study of Clinical psychology. His work carried out in the field of Depression brings together such families of science as Epidemiologic survey, Traumatic stress, Self-medication and Activities of daily living.
The various areas that Eric B. Elbogen examines in his Social support study include Psychosocial, Odds and Psychological resilience. In his research, he performs multidisciplinary study on Anger and Suicide prevention. His Suicide prevention studies intersect with other subjects such as Anger management, Mental illness, Mental health, Veterans Affairs and Risk factor.
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The intricate link between violence and mental disorder: Results from the national epidemiologic survey on alcohol and related conditions
Eric B. Elbogen;Sethulakshmi C. Johnson.
Archives of General Psychiatry (2009)
A National Study of Violent Behavior in Persons With Schizophrenia
Jeffrey W. Swanson;Marvin S. Swartz;Richard A. Van Dorn;Eric B. Elbogen.
Archives of General Psychiatry (2006)
The expert consensus guideline series: adherence problems in patients with serious and persistent mental illness.
Alan S. Bellack;Charles L. Bowden;Christopher R. Bowie;Matthew J. Byerly.
The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry (2009)
The prevalence of posttraumatic stress disorder in Operation Enduring Freedom/Operation Iraqi Freedom (OEF/OIF) Veterans: a meta-analysis.
Jessica J. Fulton;Jessica J. Fulton;Jessica J. Fulton;Patrick S. Calhoun;H. Ryan Wagner;Amie R. Schry.
Journal of Anxiety Disorders (2015)
Facilitated Psychiatric Advance Directives: A Randomized Trial of an Intervention to Foster Advance Treatment Planning Among Persons with Severe Mental Illness
Jeffrey W. Swanson;Marvin S. Swartz;Eric B. Elbogen;Richard A. Van Dorn.
American Journal of Psychiatry (2006)
Comparison of antipsychotic medication effects on reducing violence in people with schizophrenia
Jeffrey W. Swanson;Marvin S. Swartz;Richard A. Van Dorn;Jan Volavka.
British Journal of Psychiatry (2008)
Are Iraq and Afghanistan veterans using mental health services? New data from a national random-sample survey.
Eric B. Elbogen;H. Ryan Wagner;Sally C. Johnson;Patricia Kinneer.
Psychiatric Services (2013)
Effectiveness of Atypical Antipsychotic Medications in Reducing Violent Behavior Among Persons With Schizophrenia in Community-Based Treatment
Jeffrey W. Swanson;Marvin S. Swartz;Eric B. Elbogen.
Schizophrenia Bulletin (2004)
Correlates of Anger and Hostility in Iraq and Afghanistan War Veterans
Eric B. Elbogen;H. Ryan Wagner;H. Ryan Wagner;Sara R. Fuller;Sara R. Fuller;Patrick S. Calhoun;Patrick S. Calhoun.
American Journal of Psychiatry (2010)
Alternative pathways to violence in persons with schizophrenia: the role of childhood antisocial behavior problems.
Jeffrey W. Swanson;Richard A. Van Dorn;Marvin S. Swartz;Alicia Smith.
Law and Human Behavior (2008)
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