Selected Publications of Richard Fox, PhD
Warren M.P., Fox R.P., Holderness C.C., DeRogatis A.J., Hamilton W.G., Hamilton L. (2003) Persistent osteopenia in women with amenorrhea and delayed menarche despite hormone replacement therapy: A longitudinal study. Fertility and Sterility. 80(2):398-404.
Warren M.P., Brooks-Gunn J., Fox R.P., Holderness C.C., Hyle E.P., Hamilton W.G. (2002) Osteopenia in exercise-associated amenorrhea using ballet dancers as a model: a longitudinal study. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism. 87(7):3162-3168.
BrooksGunn, J., Warren, M.P., Samelson, M., and Fox, R.P. (1986). Physical similarity of and disclosure of menarcheal status to friends: Effects of age and pubertal status. Journal of Early Adolescence, 6(1), 314 Frusztajer, N.T.
Dhuper, S., Warren, M.P, BrooksGunn, J., Fox, R.P. (1990). The role of nutritional intake in the incidence of stress fractures in ballet dancers. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 51, 77983.
Dhuper, S., Warren, M.P., BrooksGunn, J., Fox, R.P. (1990). Effects of hormonal status on bone density at physical maturity in adolescent girls. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, 71, 10831088.
Warren, M.P., BrooksGunn, J., Fox, R.P., Lancelot, C., Newman, D., Hamilton, W.G. (1991). Lack of bones accretion and amenorrhea: evidence for a relative opeopeniaon weight bearing bones. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, 72, 847853.
Jonnavithula, S., Warren, M.P., Fox, R.P. (1993). Bone density is compromised in amenorrheic women despite return of menses: A twoyear study. Obstet Gynecol, 81(5), 669-674.