Services Effectiveness Research Program (SERP)
Duke University School of Medicine
Department of Psychiatry and
Eric Elbogen, Ph.D.
Adjunct Assistant Professor in Psychiatry and
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B.A. with distinction, Cornell University
M.Ed., Harvard University
Ph.D., M.L.S.: University of Nebraska / Law-Psychology Program
Internship: Harvard Medical School / Massachusetts Mental Health Center
Fellowship: Duke University Medical Center
Dr. Elbogen is a forensic psychologist who conducts both clinical work and empirical research at the intersection of law and mental health services. His main areas of research include violence risk assessment, mandated community treatment, and competency to make medical and financial decisions.
Dr. Elbogen is currently Principal Investigator of an NIMH funded R01 examining the effects of PTSD and TBI on post-deployment adjustment among Iraq and Afghanistan veterans. He is also Principal Investigator of a DoE funded project investigating representative payeeship among adults with psychiatric disabilities. In terms of clinical work, Dr. Elbogen currently provides forensic and neuropsychological assessments at Central Regional Hospital in Butner, NC, in addition to forensic, neuropsychological, intelligence, and personality testing through the UNC Forensic Psychiatry Program and Clinic.
Medication preferences and adherence among individuals with severe mental illness and psychiatric advance directives. Wilder CM, Elbogen EB, Moser LL, Swanson JW, Swartz MS. Psychiatr Serv . 2010 Apr;61(4):380-5. PMID: 20360277 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE] Related citations
Comparison of antipsychotic medication effects on reducing violence in people with schizophrenia. Swanson JW, Swartz MS, Van Dorn RA, Volavka J, Monahan J, Stroup TS, McEvoy JP, Wagner HR, Elbogen EB, Lieberman JA; CATIE investigators. Br J Psychiatry . 2008 Jul;193(1):37-43. PMID: 18700216 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE] Free PMC Article