Robert Morgan, PhD, Professor
Robert F. Morgan Ph.D. is Professor and Chair of the Psychology Department. Recently a Visiting Professor at James Cook University, Australia, in Singapore, he is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association (Divisions 12 Clinical, 29 Psychotherapy, 52 International, 56 Trauma) and in 2001 he received their Distinguished International Psychologist Award. A current member of the International Council of Psychologists, he also served from 1982 to 2006 on the Executive Committee and Board of the International Association of Applied Psychologists as Founding President of the Division of Applied Gerontology. Professional consultation over the last five decades has included work for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., the United States Peace Corps, the Native American Health Center in Oakland, California, and in Canada, Guam, Hawaii, New Zealand, and Singapore. More than 80 articles, chapters, books, and tests include: Founding Editor of the new Cambridge University Press Journal of Tropical Psychology and author of the new textbook Trauma Psychology in Context: International Vignettes and Applications.