|Last Name: ||Fogg|
|First Name: ||Louis|
|M. I.: ||F. |
|Degree & Certifications: ||PhD|
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|Rank & Title: ||Associate Professor |
|Department: ||Community Systems and Mental Health Nursing|
|College: ||College of Nursing|
|Office Location: ||Armour Academic Center|
600 S. Paulina St.
Chicago, IL 60612-3832
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|Phone: ||(312) 942-6239|
|Fax: ||(312) 942-6226|
|Education: ||PhD, University of Chicago|
BS, Penn State University
|Research Areas: ||Cardiovascular Diseases, Mental Disorders|
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Dr. Fogg is an expert in clinical research methodology who studied with Donald Fiske, the renowned authority in research design and measurement. Dr. Fogg has provided the statistical expertise on over 25 NIH funded studies, and is a past president of the Chicago Chapter of the American Statistical Association. Among his many NIH grants are recent community-based clinical trials including a parenting program delivered at inner city preschools, a grief intervention for Alzheimer’s caregivers, a school-based child-parent communication program for Latinos, and a home-based walking program for African-American women. He has over 160 peer-reviewed publications and has written extensively in the areas of clinical trials and experimental design. He and Dr. Deborah Gross have collaborated on a series of articles on innovative methods for conducting nursing research. Through these efforts, Dr. Fogg has become an internationally known expert in the analytic methods associated with Nursing Research.
Mathematical modeling and research design in nursing research.
1. Fogg, L., & Gross, D. (2000). Threats to validity in randomized clinical trials. Research in Nursing and Health, 23(1), 79-87. PMID: 10686575
2. Gross, D., & Fogg, L. (2001). Clinical trials in the 21st century: The case for participant centered research. Research in Nursing & Health, 24(6), 530-539. PMID: 11746081
3. Young, M.A., Fogg L.F., & Choi E. (2002). Studying group differences in psychopathology with matched moderated regression. Understanding Statistics, 1(4), 209-221. DOI: 10.1207/S15328031US0104_01
4. Lewine RJ, Fogg L, Meltzer HY: Assessment of negative and positive symptoms in schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Bulletin 9(3):368-376, 1983.
5. Fiske DW, Fogg LF: But the reviewers are making different criticisms of my paper! American Psychologist 45(5):591-598, 1990.
6. Fogg L, Fiske DW: Foretelling the judgments of reviewers and editors. American Psychologist 48:293-294, 1993.
7. Gross D, Fogg L, Conrad B: Designing interventions in psychosocial research. Archives of Psychiatric Nursing 7:259-264, 1993.
8. Fogg L: The validity of scientific quality. In S Fiske, P Shrout (eds.) Personality Research, Methods and Theory: A Festschrift for Donald Fiske (pp. 67-76) Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum, 1995.
9. Fawcett J, Scheftner WA, Fogg L, Clark DC, Young MA, Hedeker D, Gibbons R: Time-related predictors of suicide in major affective disorder. Am J Psychiatry 147:1189-1194, 1990.