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Joshua Fogel
Position: Professor
Campus Affiliation: Brooklyn College
Phone: (718) 951-5000 ext.2676
Degrees/Diplomas: Ph.D., Yeshiva University, 2002
Research Interests: Urban public health; mental health; epidemiology; biostatistics; race/ethnicity; culture; business.
Joshua Fogel for most of his life grew up in Brooklyn. As a proud graduate of Brooklyn College, he is excited about working at his alma mater and living in Brooklyn. He integrates his educational training in psychology, public health, epidemiology and biostatistics to research and teaching. For research, this includes integrating this background to a variety of publications in peer-reviewed journals from many disciplines. For teaching, this includes providing many different types of examples to interest students. He has been interviewed and quoted in television, radio, newspapers and magazines, both nationally and internationally.

Recent Publications:
Fogel, J., & Teichman, C. (2014). Variables associated with seeking information from doctors and the Internet after exposure to direct-to-consumer advertisements for prescription medications. Health Marketing Quarterly, 31(2), 150-166.

Fogel, J., & King, K. (2014). Perceived realism and Twitter use are associated with increased acceptance of cosmetic surgery among those watching reality TV cosmetic surgery programs. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 134(2), 233-238.

Fogel, J., & Krausz, F. (2013). Watching reality television beauty shows is associated with tanning lamp use and outdoor tanning among college students. Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, 68(5), 784-789.

Fogel, J., & Rivkin, L. (2013). Intentions and behaviors to use oral supplements for computer vision syndrome. Journal of Medical Marketing, 13(3), 151-159.

Van Voorhees, B.W., Hsiung, R. C., Marko-Holguin, M., Houston, T.K., Fogel, J., Lee, R., & Ford, D. E. (2013). Internal versus external motivation in referral of primary care patients with depression to an Internet support group: Randomized controlled trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 15(3), e42.