Gregory McHugo, PhD
Research Professor of Community & Family Medicine, of Psychiatry and of The Dartmouth Institute
Deputy Director, Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center
- PhD, Dartmouth College, 1979
- MA, Dartmouth College, 1976
- BA, University of Vermont, 1970
Curriculum VitaeGregory McHugo CV
Areas of Expertise
Dr. McHugo is an experimental psychologist and evaluation methodologist, who has conducted both basic and applied research at Dartmouth College since 1972. During his time in the Department of Psychology, he conducted research in physiological psychology, psychophysics, neuropsychology, experimental social psychophysiology, and program evaluation. Since joining the Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center in 1990, he has been involved in the design, implementation, and analysis of randomized controlled trials to evaluate treatment and rehabilitation interventions for people with serious mental illness. In partnership with Bob Drake and others, McHugo has conducted studies of dual diagnosis, supported employment, homelessness and supported housing, trauma and PTSD, smoking cessation, and implementation of evidence-based practices. McHugo has also published methodological and statistical (with Dr. Xie) papers, and he has mentored numerous graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, and junior faculty.
J Behav Health Serv Res. , May 2013;Epub ahead of print: Carbon monoxide feedback in a motivational decision support system for nicotine dependence among smokers with severe mental illnesses.
J Subst Abuse Treat, May 2013;Epub ahead of print: Clinically Significant Improved Fitness and Weight Loss Among Overweight Persons With Serious Mental Illness
Psychiatric Services, 2013;doi: 10.1176: appi.ps.003622012 Early psychosis and employment
Schizophrenia Research, 2013;146(1-3): 111-7 Comparing statistical methods for analyzing skewed longitudinal count data with many zeros: An example of smoking cessation.
J Subst Abuse Treat., Jul. 2013;45(1): 99-108 Long-term sustainability of evidence-based practices in community mental health
Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Researc, Dec 15, 2012;Epub ahead of print: The validity of the Computer Face Scale for measuring pediatric pain and mood.
Paediatr Anaesth. , Feb. 2013;23(2: 156-61