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effects of neighborhood on children’s mental health. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC.

Morris, A. S., *Kanaya, T., & Silk, J. S. (March, 2000). Links between parenting, self-concept,


and academic achievement. Poster presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research on Adolescence, Chicago, IL.
Silk, J. S., & Morris, A. S. (March, 2000). Differentiating psychological control and autonomy

granting: Opposite ends of a continuum or distinct constructs? Poster presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research on Adolescence, Chicago, IL.
Morris, A. S. (April, 1999). Child report of psychological control: Links to temperament and

internalizing and externalizing in school. Paper presented as a part of a symposium entitled "Psychological Control of Children and Adolescents," at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Albuquerque, NM.
Morris, A. S. (Chair) (April, 1999). Psychological control of children and adolescents.

Symposium presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Albuquerque, NM.


Sessa, F. M., Race, E. M., & Morris, A. S. (April, 1999). Neighborhood effects on child mental

health and children’s perceptions of their neighborhood. Poster presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Albuquerque, NM.
Morris, A. S. (March, 1998). Child and parental report of the parent-child relationship as

predictors of emotion regulation in preschool children. Paper presented at the fifteenth biennial Conference on Human Development, Mobile, AL.

Morris, A. S., & Muir-Broaddus, J. (March, 1998). The effect of negative emotional states on the


memory of older adults. Poster presented at the fifteenth biennial Conference on Human Development, Mobile, AL.
Avenevoli, S., Sessa, F., Rosenau, J. S., & Sheffield, A. (March, 1997). Preschool children's

report on the parent-child relationship: Are children reliable informants? Poster presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Washington, DC.
Sheffield, A. (March, 1997). Child and parental report of the parent-child relationship as

predictors of behavior and emotional problems in preschool children. Poster presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Washington, DC.
Costlow, L., Sheffield, A., Bennet, W., & Corkran, C. (April, 1995). Individual differences in

recall and processing efficiency: The role of knowledge. Paper presented at the Southwestern Psychological Association's annual meeting, San Antonio, TX.
Muir-Broaddus, J., Costlow, L., Sheffield, A., Bennet, W., & Corkran, C. (March, 1995).

Knowledge base effects on recall, strategy use, and efficiency of processing. Poster presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Indianapolis, IN.
Sheffield, A. (February, 1995). The fundamental attribution error among roommates. Paper

presented at the sixth annual Psi Chi Convention, Fort Worth, TX.


Invited Papers and Presentations:

*Kaneta, L., *Bossa, C., *Goodwin, E., Perazzo, P., Paulus, M., Morris, A. S., & Breslin, F. (July, 2017). Child and adolescent research recruitment through school-based STEM outreach programs. Poster presented in the undergraduate research poster section at the joint meeting of the Oklahoma Society of Physiologists, the Tulsa Chapter of the Society for Neuroscience, and the Tulsa Area Bioscience Education & Research Consortium.

Morris, A. S., Beasley, & Hays-Grudo, J. (July, 2017). Changing the odds for children exposed to trauma and stress: The role of early positive relationships and high-quality education. Invited talk for Oklahoma Early Childhood Coalition Business Summit. Oklahoma City, OK.

Beasley, L.O. & Morris, A. (May, 2017). Supporting Engagement of High-Risk Families: Understanding Barriers Families Face. Invited oral presentation at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center Section Research Meeting, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.



 

Beasley, L.O. & Morris, A. (April, 2017). Understanding Perceptions of Community Services Among High-Risk Families: A Qualitative Perspective. Invited oral presentation at the Sustainable Implementation Committee, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.



Morris, A.S. (February, 2017). Being an Emotion Coach. Community talk presented as part of the Laureate Institute for Brain Research’s Healthy Brains for a Healthy Oklahoma series. Tulsa, OK.
Morris, A.S. (February, 2017). Infant Mental Health- Nurturing Babies and Early Development. In-service webinar for Family and Consumer Sciences Extension Educators. Stillwater, OK.
Morris, A. S., & Hays-Grudo, J. (February, 2017). Changing the Odds: Increasing Protective and Compensatory Experiences for Children Exposed to Toxic Stress. Invited talk for the Oklahoma Early Childhood Research Symposium, Oklahoma City, OK.

Hays-Grudo, J., & Morris, A. S. (October, 2016). Counteracting ACES with PACES: Promoting Protective & Compensatory Experiences in the Face of Adverse Childhood Events. Invited talk for the Tulsa Psychiatric Association, Tulsa, OK.

Morris, A. S., Roblyer, M. Z. (October, 2016). Preliminary findings from Tulsa’s Talk, Read, Sing, Campaign. Invited presentation for the George Kaiser Family Foundation and the Heising-Simons Foundation. Tulsa, OK.
Morris, A. S. (October, 2016). Barriers, Strategies, and Opportunities in Education. Panel member and speaker for the Tulsa Funders Roundtable annual conference, Improving Outcomes in Education: A Funder’s Role in Addressing Challenges & Opportunities, Tulsa, OK.
Morris, A.S. (March, 2016). Parenting the Tweenage Brain. Community talk presented as part of the Laureate Institute for Brain Research’s Healthy Brains for a Healthy Oklahoma series. Tulsa, OK.
Morris, A.S. (July, 2015). Responding to ACEs and promoting PACEs. TFI Family Connections, Foster Care Parents Retreat. Oklahoma City, OK.
Morris, A. S. (February, 2015). The effects of parenting and emotion regulation on children’s school readiness and early school success. Research talk given for Tulsa’s Community Action Project administrators and staff (CAP). Tulsa, OK.
Morris, A. S. (January, 2015). ACEs and PACEs – The effects of early experiences on children’s development. Presentation for Tulsa County Bridge Foster Care. Tulsa, OK.
Morris, A. S., Hubbs-Tait, L. (January, 2015). Infant interventions: New approaches for educators. In-service workshop for Family and Consumer Sciences Extension Educators. Stillwater, OK.

Morris, A. S., Slocum, R. (December, 2014). 10 experiences children need to prevent risk and promote resilience. In-service presentation for Tulsa Educare Inc. staff, teachers, and administrators. Tulsa, OK.

Morris, A. S. (October, 2014). Community engagement and outreach in Human Sciences. Presentation at Legislative Briefing Day. Stillwater, OK. Follow-up meeting with Patti Liles from Senator Lankford’s office.
Morris, A. S. (October, 2014). How families impact children’s learning. Interim session presentation for Oklahoma legislators, invited by Representative Mark McCullough. Oklahoma City, OK.
Morris, A. S. (January, 2014). The role of context in children’s biological and social adjustment: Is supportive parenting the key? Presentation for OSU’s Center for Health Science and the Center for Family Resilience, Tulsa, OK.
Morris, A. A. (November, 2013). Applying to graduate school: Planning and tips. Invited workshop presented at NCFR, San Antonio, TX.
Henry, C. S., Harrist, A., Morris, A. S. (September, 2013). Conceptualizing family resilience revisited. Presentation for OSU’s Chautauqua on Family Resilience, Tulsa, OK.
Morris, A. S. (September, 2013). Mothers and daughters: What teens need from their moms to succeed. Presentation for the National Charity League of Tulsa, Tulsa, OK.
Morris, A. S. (March, 2013). Loving our daughters well: What teenagers need from parents. Presentation for parents of middle-school girls, First United Methodist Church, Tulsa, OK.
Morris, A. S. (November, 2012). How to be a positive influence on adolescents: What teenagers need from parents. Brown Bag presentation on parenting for St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Tulsa, OK.

Grzywacz, J., Cox, R., Morris, A., & Harrist, A. (November, 2012). The Center for Family Resilience: Purpose, mission, and activities. Tulsa Research Partners 1st Annual Tulsa Research Day, Tulsa, OK.

Morris, A. S., Criss, M., & Shreffler, K. (November, 2102). Resilience in adolescent girls: A multi-method project. Tulsa Research Partners 1st Annual Tulsa Research Day, Tulsa, OK.
Morris, A.S., Shreffler, K. (April, 2012). Promoting ethics in working with diverse (at-risk?) families: Past, present, and future challenges. Three-hour ethics workshop for continuing education credits for the Oklahoma Family Resource Coalition’s annual conference, Tulsa, OK.
Morris, A. S., Bandele, K., Love, J., Smith, A. (November, 2011). Infant massage. Part of a presentation on parenting infants presented for Cooperative Extension’s Family and Consumer Sciences In-Service Training. Norman, OK.
Morris, A. S. (September, 2011). From risk to resilience. Invited speaker for TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families) workshop sponsored by DHHS. Tulsa, OK.
Morris, A. S. (April, 2011). The socialization of emotion regulation: A developmental perspective. Invited speaker for the Southwestern Psychological Association annual convention, San Antonio, TX.
Morris, A. S. (September, 2010). Fostering emotional resilience in childhood and youth. Keynote address at the Zarrow Mental Health Symposium, Tulsa, OK.
Morris, A. S., & Shreffler, K. (October, 2010). Risk and resilience research and training in Tulsa. Presentation for the Tulsa Mayor’s Commission on the Status of Women, Tulsa, OK.

Morris, A. S. (April, 2010). Raising an emotionally resilient child: What science can tell us and some practical tips. Featured presenter for the annual OSU-Tulsa Library’s Faculty Research Excellence Series, Oklahoma State University, Tulsa, OK.

Morris, A. S. (September, 2009). How to succeed in graduate school. Presentation for OSU-Tulsa graduate student orientation, Oklahoma State University, Tulsa, OK.
Morris, A. S. (April, 2009). How to become an effective researcher. Presentation for the Graduate and Professional Government Student Association, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK.
Morris, A. S., Houltberg, B., Babb, D., & Whitty, K. (January, 2009). Adaptation of ICPS for youth attending Boys and Girls Clubs of Tulsa. Presentation for Family Resilience Impact Team for Oklahoma Extension, Stillwater, OK.
Merten, M., Morris, A.S., & Shreffler, K. (December, 2008). Research, teaching, and outreach at OSU-Tulsa. Presentation for northeast counties extension staff in family and consumer science, Tulsa, OK.
Harrist, A, Henry, C., & Morris, A. S. (October, 2008). Perspectives on individual and family resilience. Presentation for Human Development and Family Science Brown Bag Series, Stillwater, OK.
Morris, A. S. (October, 2006). Affect coding tips & things to consider. Presentation for Human Development and Family Science Research Series, Tulsa/Stillwater, OK.
Morris, A. S. (November, 2005). Parenting, emotion regulation, and children’s adjustment:



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