Robert Morgan, PhD
Dr. Robert Morgan teaches professional, graduate and undergraduate seminars on prevention of iatrogenic practice, adult psychology & aging, measurement of aging, trauma psychology, lifespan development, clinical psychology, and other special topics. He has published more than a hundred journal articles, chapters, books, and tests. Overseeing 121 doctoral dissertations in psychology and related fields over five decades, Dr. Morgan currently is a part-time adjunct seminar instructor at the University of New Mexico, an adjunct research faculty member at Sofia University, Palo Alto, and a continuing external reader of doctoral dissertations at the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco. Recently a Visiting Professor at Australia’s James Cook University in Singapore, he continued there as a doctoral thesis Principal Chair, and as an external dissertation thesis reader at Monash University, Australia. Since 1999 he has served on the Editorial Advisory Board of Ethical Human Psychology & Psychiatry: An International Journal of Critical Inquiry.