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Biography

Prof. Jeffrey L. Geller
University of Massachusetts Medical School, USA
Professor


Email: Jeffrey.Geller@umassmed.edu


Qualifications

1978 M.P.H., Harvard School of Public Health
1973 M.D., University of Pennsylvania
1970 B.A., Williams College, Psychology

Publications (Selected)

  1. Geller JL, Stanley JA: Settling the doubts about the constitutionality of outpatient commitment.  New England Journal of Criminal and Civil Confinement, 31:127-138, 2005.
  2. Geller JL, Stanley JA: Response to: New research continues to challenge the need for outpatient commitment. Journal of Criminal and Civil Confinement, 31:123-126, 2005.
  3. Geller JL, Shore H, Grudzinskas AJ, Appelbaum PS: Against the grain? A reasoned argument for not closing a state hospital. Psychiatric Quarterly, 76:177-194, 2005.
  4. Geller JL: A history of private psychiatric hospitals in the USA: From start to almost finished.  Psychiatric Quarterly, 77:1-41, 2006.
  5. Geller JL: The evolution of outpatient commitment in the USA: From conundrum to quagmire.  International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 29:234-248, 2006.
  6. Biebel K, Nicholson J, Fisher W, Geller J: A national survey of state mental health authority programs and policies for clients who are parents: A decade later. Psychiatric Quarterly, 77:119-128, 2006.
  7. Geller JL: Avoiding extinction: Successful private psychiatric hospitals in the opening decade of the twenty-first century. Psychiatric Quarterly, 77:189-201, 2006.
  8. Geller JL, Biebel K: The premature demise of public child and adolescent inpatient psychiatric beds. Part I: Overview and current conditions. Psychiatric Quarterly, 77: 251-271, 2006.
  9. Geller JL, Biebel K: The premature demise of public child and adolescent inpatient psychiatric beds. Part II: Challenges and implications. Psychiatric Quarterly, 77:273-291, 2006.
  10. Geller JL, Fisher WH, Grudzinskas AJ, Clayfield JC, Lawlor T: Involuntary outpatient treatment as 'Deinstitutionalized Coercion' : The net-widening concern. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 29(6):551-562, 2006.
  11. Tonkonogy J, Geller J: A neuropsychiatry service in a state hospital. Adolf Meyer's approach revisited. Psychiatric Quarterly, 78:219-235, 2007.
  12. Lawlor T, Grudzinskas AJ, Geller JL, Genovese M: A competency-based approach to managing violence with involuntary outpatient treatment. Administration and Policy in Mental Health & Mental Health Policy Research 34(3):315-318, 2007.
  13. Geller JL: Back to the nineteenth century is progress. Philosophy, Psychiatry, & Psychology 15:19-21, 2008.
  14. Torrey EF, Esposito R, Geller J: Problems associated with mentally ill individuals in public libraries. Public Libraries 42(2):45-50, 2009.
  15. Fisher WH, Geller JL, Pandiani JA: The changing role of the state psychiatric hospital. Health Affairs 28(3):676-684, 2009.
  16. Geller JL: Book Review: The cock and bull of Augusten Burroughs (three books). Psychiatric Services 56:363-364, 2005.
  17. Geller JL: Book Review: She's not there: A life in two genders. Psychiatric Services 56:495-496, 2005.
  18. Geller JL: Book Review: Fathers lost, found or looking (five books). Psychiatric Services 56:878-880, 2005.
  19. Geller JL: A view of American psychiatry (Ltr to Edit). American Journal of Psychiatry 162:1758-1759, 2005.
  20. Geller JL: Book Review:  Menspeak (four books). Psychiatric Services 56:1026-1027, 2005.
  21. Geller JL: Book Review: The lobotomist and the lobotomized (two books). Psychiatric Services 56:1318-1319, 2005.