Institute for Juvenile Research
University of Illinois at Chicago
1747 W. Roosevelt Rd., Room 155
Chicago, IL 60608
Office Phone: (312) 996-9506
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Fox, G. Normal Development in Middle Childhood and Adolescence: A Longitudinal Stimulus Video for Educators. copyright 2010 (DVD). Distributor: Child Development Media, Inc., Van Nuys, CA.
Fox, G. Normal Development in the First Ten Years of Life: A Longitudinal Stimulus Video Observation. copyright 2000 (VHS), 2002 (DVD). Distributor: Child Development Media, Inc., Van Nuys, CA.
Combrinck-Graham, L., and Fox, G. "The School-Age Child." Chapter in: Lewis's Child and Adolescent Psychiatry: A Comprehensive Textbook. Andres Martins and Fred Volkmar, ed. Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins, 4th ed., 2007.
Fox, G., Katz, D, Eddins-Folensbee, F., and Folensbee, R.. "Teaching Development in Undergraduate and Graduate Medical Education." Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America (Christopher Varley, Ed.). Elsevier Press, Vol 16, Issue 1, January 2007, pp.67-94.
Fox, G. "Development in Family Contexts." Chapter in: Children in Family Contexts. (Combrinck-Graham, ed.), 2nd edition, Guilford, 2006, 504 pp.
Fox, G. "Time to Mentor a Medical Student." Invited Columnist for Medical Students, Residents, and Early Career Psychiatrists Committee "Mentorship Matters" Column. (Daniel LaFleur, ed.). AACAP News, September/October 2009, 40: 5, 240-241.
Fox, G. "Choosing Child and Adolescent Psychiatry as a Career: The Top Ten Questions." This article is posted on the AACAP website at www.aacap.org.
Fox, G. "Balancing Act: A Work in Progress Notes." Invited Special Article, Academic Psychiatry, 31:138-142, April 2007.
Fox G., Schwartz A, Hart KM. "Work-Family Balance and Academic Advancement in Medical Schools." Special Article, Academic Psychiatry, 2006; 30:3, 227-234.
Terr, L., Beitchman, J., Braslow, K., Fox, G., Metcalf, A.., Pease, M., Ponton, L., Sack, W., and Wasserman, S. "Children's Turn-Arounds in Psychotherapy: The Doctor's Gesture." Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, Yale University Press, December 2006; Volume 61.
Fox, G. "Teaching Normal Development using Stimulus Videotapes in Psychiatric Education." Academic Psychiatry 2003; 27:283-288.
IJR Faculty Member
Geraldine ("Geri") S. Fox, MD, MHPE, FAACAP
Professor of Clinical Psychiatry
Adjunct Professor of Medical Education
Please To view the introduction, sample video clips, and a description of the video series.
Director of Psychiatry Undergraduate Medical Education, Director of Graduate Medical Education Programming, Special Assistant to the Senior Associate Dean of Educational Affairs
Dr. Fox's activities in psychiatry include teaching, administration, and clinical practice.
Dr. Fox is an award-winning teacher at both the university and national levels. She currently directs medical student education in psychiatry from M-1 through M-4. Previously, she was the Director of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Training at IJR.
Dr. Fox's clinical practice philosophy is to be a family's psychiatrist throughout the life cycle, including family systems in transition. She works with individuals, couples, and families, from infancy through old age.
Dr. Fox's activities in graduate medical education include directing the internal review process for over 55 graduate medical education programs at UIC, as well as providing institutional oversight, curriculum development, and faculty development.
Dr. Fox is Board-certified in both general psychiatry and child and adolescent psychiatry. She received her medical degree from UIC, completed her psychiatry residency at Northwestern, her child and adolescent psychiatry fellowship at UIC/IJR, and her Masters in Health Professions Education at UIC.
AACAP, ADMSEP, AADPRT, AAP
As the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry's Liaison to the Association of Directors of Medical Student Education in Psychiatry, Dr. Fox heads a task force to improve the quality of child psychiatry education in medical student education nationally. She has done research in work- family balance. She is interested in the use of stimulus video in improving teaching, particularly in normal development.
Dr. Fox is the author, director, and producer of a longitudinal stimulus video curriculum resource for educators who teach normal child and adolescent development. This DVD project is available in two 10-year installments: Normal Development in the First Ten Years of Life and Normal Development in Middle Childhood and Adolescence. The video series is currently in use at the majority of the medical schools in the US. Please to view the introduction, sample video clips, and a description of the video series.