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Research Expertise & Professional Interests Dr. Vogt is Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Boston University School of Medicine and Research Psychologist in the Women’s Health Sciences Division of the National Center for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, VA Boston Healthcare System. One of her primary research interests is in deployment stressors associated with postdeployment health and well-being among military and veteran populations. Dr. Vogt is co-author of the Deployment Risk and Resilience Inventory (DRRI), a suite of scales for assessing key psychosocial risk and resilience factors among military and veteran populations. Dr. Vogt also has an interest in mental health stigma as it relates to health-care use and is PI of a large-scale study to examine stigma and other barriers to VA health-care use.

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Academic Article Assessment of accurate self-knowledge.
Academic Article Deployment stressors, gender, and mental health outcomes among Gulf War I veterans.
Academic Article Deployment stressors, gender, and mental health outcomes among Gulf War I veterans.
Academic Article Coping among victims of relationship abuse: a longitudinal examination.
Academic Article Deployment stressors of the Iraq War: insights from the mainstream media.
Academic Article Mental health-related beliefs as a barrier to service use for military personnel and veterans: a review.
Academic Article Main and interactive effects of social support in predicting mental health symptoms in men and women following military stressor exposure.
Academic Article Gender differences in combat-related stressors and their association with postdeployment mental health in a nationally representative sample of U.S. OEF/OIF veterans.
Academic Article Predictors of mental health care use among male and female veterans deployed in support of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.
Academic Article Endorsed and Anticipated Stigma Inventory (EASI): a tool for assessing beliefs about mental illness and mental health treatment among military personnel and veterans.
Academic Article Research on gender differences in deployment stress and postdeployment mental health: addressing conceptual and methodological challenges and expanding our research agenda.
Academic Article Family stressors and postdeployment mental health in single versus partnered parents deployed in support of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.
Academic Article Deployment-related sequelae and treatment utilization in rural and urban war veterans in Hawaii.
Academic Article Mental health beliefs and their relationship with treatment seeking among U.S. OEF/OIF veterans.
Academic Article Postdeployment resilience as a predictor of mental health in operation enduring freedom/operation iraqi freedom returnees.
Academic Article Attitudes about the VA health-care setting, mental illness, and mental health treatment and their relationship with VA mental health service use among female and male OEF/OIF veterans.
Academic Article Intimate Partner Violence and Current Mental Health Needs Among Female Veterans.
Academic Article Deployment Experiences, Social Support, and Mental Health: Comparison of Black, White, and Hispanic U.S. Veterans Deployed to Afghanistan and Iraq.
Academic Article How and when does mental illness stigma impact treatment seeking? Longitudinal examination of relationships between anticipated and internalized stigma, symptom severity, and mental health service use.
Academic Article Do functional impairments promote or hinder mental health treatment seeking: Differential results for women and men.
Academic Article Cultural and service factors related to mental health beliefs among post-9/11 veterans.
Academic Article Five-Year Impacts of Family Stressors and Combat Threat on the Mental Health of Afghanistan and Iraq War Veterans.
Academic Article An Examination of the Roles of Mental Health Literacy, Treatment-Seeking Stigma, and Perceived Need for Care in Female Veterans'' Service Use.
Academic Article Use of Health Services Among Post-9/11 Veterans With Mental Health Conditions Within 90 Days of Separation From the Military.
Academic Article The impact of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and combat exposure on mental health conditions among new post-9/11 veterans.

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