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Implications for understanding the development of psychopathology. Invited talk for Texas A&M’s Children, Youth and Families, and Psychology Department Faculty and Students, College Station, TX.

Myers, S., & Morris, A. S. (November, 2005). Contextual and dispositional influences on low-income

children’s school adjustment. Head Start Graduate Student Research Scholars Meeting,

Washington, D.C.


Morris, A. S. (November, 2004, April 2005). Top 10 principles of parenting. Invited talk for parents of

Head Start Children, West Bank Center, Marrero, LA and Causeway Center, Metairie, LA.


Morris, A. S. (February, 2004). Adolescent development. Invited lecture for Tulane University’s Masters in Public Health Students, New Orleans, LA.
Morris, A. S. (February, 2004). What is Psychology and why should I study it? Invited lecture for the University of New Orleans’ Multicultural Day, an event designed to recruit high school minority students to UNO, New Orleans, LA.
Morris, A. S. (October, 2003). Children’s emotion regulation and the development of psychopathology: The role of parents, child temperament, and the broader social context. Invited presentation for Tulane University’s Department of Psychiatry’s Grand Rounds, New Orleans, LA.
Morris, A. S. (October, 2003). Emotion regulation and psychopathology. Invited presentation for the Psychology Departmental Colloquium at the University of New Orleans, New Orleans, LA.

Morris, A. S. (March, 2002). How to be a positive influence on adolescents: What adolescents need from others. Invited presentation at the University of New Orleans Middle School Forum (sponsored by the RosaMary Center for Middle School Improvement, New Orleans, LA.

Morris, A. S. (October, 2001). Parent-teen relations and emotion regulation. Invited presentation for the Psychology Departmental Colloquium at the University of New Orleans, New Orleans, LA.
Morris, A. S. (October, 2000). Assessing young children’s perceptions of parenting: Pros, cons, and developmental considerations. Invited presentation for the Family and Developmental Sciences October Meeting at Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.
Morris, A. S. (November, 1999). Children’s negative emotionality and the family context.

Invited presentation for graduate counseling students at the College of New Jersey (formerly Trenton State College), Ewing, NJ.


Morris, A. S. (November, 1999). Putting the child back into the study of parenting. Colloquium presented at Southwestern University, Georgetown, TX.
Morris, A. S. (April, 1999). Interactive effects of maternal psychological control and children’s

negative affectivity on children’s internalizing and externalizing behaviors in the classroom. Colloquium presented at Temple University, Philadelphia, PA.
Steinberg, L., & Morris, A. S. (1997). Understanding and transforming non-school influences on

academic achievement. A technical report prepared for the Consortium on Renewing Education (CORE), Peabody School of Education, Vanderbilt University.
Sheffield, A. (May, 1995). The effect of negative emotional states on the memory of older adults

(honors thesis). Colloquium presented at Southwestern University, Georgetown, TX.

Grants Received:

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): Evaluation of the Legacy for ChildrenTM Tulsa Implementation. PI for University of Oklahoma Health Science Center subcontract. Project PI, Jane Silovsky ($43,000; August, 2017 – July, 2018).
George Kaiser Family Foundation: Tulsa Children’s Project, implementing mental health and family engagement interventions for Tulsa Educare, Inc. PI with Jennifer Hays-Grudo and Martha Roblyer ($234,874; July 1, 2017 – June 30, 2018).
National Institutes of Health, COBRE (Centers for Biomedical Research Excellence) project: Modeling Parent-Child Inter-Brain Emotion Regulation to Predict Adolescent Depression, PI with Co-I Kyle Simmons ($954,390; February 1, 2017 – March 31, 2021).
Administration for Children and Families, Department of Health and Human Services: “The Northwestern University Two-Generation Study (NU2Gen) of Parent and Child Human Capital. Co-PI with Teresa Sommer (PI). ($1,574,813; OSU subcontract - $342,917); Sept. 29, 2016 – Sept. 29, 2020).
George Kaiser Family Foundation: Blue Meridian Parent Focus Groups. PI with Co-PI Lana Beasley. ($20,000; August 15, 2016 – December 15, 2016).
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): Evaluation of the Legacy for ChildrenTM Tulsa Implementation. PI for University of Oklahoma Health Science Center subcontract. Project PI, Jane Silovsky ($43,000; August, 2016 – July, 2017).

George Kaiser Family Foundation: Tulsa Children’s Project, implementing mental health and family engagement interventions for Tulsa Educare, Inc. PI with Jennifer Hays-Grudo and Martha Roblyer ($364,890; July 1, 2016 – June 30, 2017).

National Institutes of Health U01: Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development (ABCD) Study, Laureate Institute for Brain Research, study site, Co-I with Martin Paulus (PI) and Kyle Simmons (Co-I). ($6,100,000; Oct. 1, 2015 – Sept. 30, 2020). PI on OSU subcontract ($50,988 year 1).
Administration for Children and Families, Department of Health and Human Services: HPOG-II, Randomized Control Trial of CAP Tulsa’s Career Advance. Consultant on the program impact on children study, with Teresa Sommer (PI). ($13,000,000; Sept. 29, 2015 – Sept. 30, 2020).
Administration for Children and Families, Department of Health and Human Services: Expanding the Cycle of Opportunity: Simultaneously educating Parents and Children in Head Start, Co-I with P. Lindsay Chase-Landsdale (PI), Hirokazu Yoshikawa (Co-PI), Teresa Sommer (Co-PI), Monica Barczak (Co-I), Terri Sabol (Co-I) ($2,500,000; Sept. 29, 2013 – Sept. 30, 2018; PI for OSU Subcontract $942,000).
Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology (OCAST): Daily Peer Interactions and Enduring Relationship Attributes as Predictors of Adolescent Sleep. Co-I with PI Michael Criss ($120,451; Oct. 1, 2014 – July 31, 2018).

Opportunity Institute and George Kaiser Family Foundation: Evaluation of the Talking is Teaching Campaign, Educare Inc.’s Beyond the Walls Program. PI ($97,400; September 1, 2015 – January 31, 2017).

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): Cultural Adaption of Legacy for ChildrenTM for Latino Communities: Mixed Methods Evaluation. Consultant. PI Jane Silovsky, University of Oklahoma Health Science Center ($150,000; August, 2014 – July, 2016).

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): Evaluation of the Legacy for ChildrenTM Tulsa Implementation. PI for University of Oklahoma Health Science Center subcontract. Project PI, Jane Silovsky ($50,000; August, 2015 – July, 2016).

George Kaiser Family Foundation: Tulsa Children’s Project, implementing mental health and family engagement interventions for Tulsa Educare, Inc. PI with Jennifer Hays-Grudo ($165,105; July 1, 2015 – June 30, 2016).

Administration for Children and Families, HHS (HPOG-UP): CareerAdvance – Dual Generation Outcomes Study. PI for Northwestern University subcontract data collection. Project PI, P. Lindsay Chase-Landsdale. ($129,078; Sept. 30, 2014 – Sept. 29, 2016).

Foundation for Child Development, Family Life Study Supplemental Data Collection for Additional Waves for the Family Life Study. PI for Northwestern University subcontract longitudinal data collection. Project PI, P. Lindsay Chase-Landsdale. ($90,000; Sept. 30, 2015 – Sept. 29, 2016).
National Institutes of Health, NICHD: Understanding Resilience in Adolescent Girls: Parents, Peers, and Emotion Dynamics. PI with Co-Is Michael Criss and Jennifer Silk ($492,937; R15; April 1, 2012 – March 31, 2016).
Administration for Children and Families, HHS: CareerAdvance – Dual Generation Outcomes Study. PI for Northwestern University subcontract data collection. Project PIs, Community Action Project of Tulsa, OK (CAP) and P. Lindsay Chase-Landsdale. ($23,349; Sept. 30, 2014 – Sept. 29, 2015).
Foundation for Child Development, Family Life Study Supplemental Data Collection for Additional Waves for the Family Life Study. PI for Northwestern University subcontract longitudinal data collection. Project PI P. Lindsay Chase-Landsdale. ($87,782; Sept. 30, 2014 – Sept. 29, 2015).

George Kaiser Family Foundation: Tulsa Children’s Project, implementing mental health and family engagement interventions for Tulsa Educare, Inc. Co-PI with Jennifer Hays-Grudo ($105,952; July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2015).

George Kaiser Family Foundation: Legacy for Children TM Implementation in Tulsa Educare Inc’s Beyond the Walls Program. PI with Co-I Jennifer Hays-Grudo ($95,010; July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2015).

Administration for Children and Families, HHS: CareerAdvance – Dual Generation Outcomes Study. PI for Northwestern University subcontract. Project PIs, Community Action Project of Tulsa, OK (CAP) and P. Lindsay Chase-Landsdale. ($128,133; Sept. 30, 2013 – Sept. 29, 2014).

Administration for Children and Families, HHS (HPOG-UP): CareerAdvance – Dual Generation Outcomes Study. PI for Northwestern University subcontract. Project PI, P. Lindsay Chase-Landsdale. ($34,394; Sept. 30, 2013 – Sept. 29, 2014).
George Kaiser Family Foundation: Tulsa Children’s Project, implementing integrated interventions to maximize the health and development of the families enrolled in Tulsa Educare, Inc. Co-I with PI Jennifer Hays-Grudo ($300,000; July 1, 2013 – June 30, 2014).

Kellogg Foundation: CareerAdvance – Dual Generation Outcomes Study. PI for Northwestern University subcontract. Project PI, P. Lindsay Chase-Landsdale. ($47,000; Feb.1, 2013 – Sept. 31, 2013).


Administration for Children and Families, HHS: CareerAdvance – Dual Generation Outcomes Study. PI for Northwestern University subcontract. Project PIs Community Action Project of Tulsa, OK (CAP) and P. Lindsay Chase-Landsdale. ($117,066; Aug. 1, 2011 – Sept. 29, 2013).
Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology (OCAST): Promoting Mental Health in High Risk Adolescent Girls. PI with Co-PIs Michael Criss and Karina Shreffler ($135,000; Aug. 1, 2011 – July 31, 2014).
Kellogg Foundation: CareerAdvance – Dual Generation Outcomes Study. PI for Northwestern University subcontract. Project PI P. Lindsay Chase-Landsdale. ($55,865; June 1, 2012 – Jan. 31, 2013).

United States Department of Agriculture, Oklahoma Agriculture Experiment Station Project: Emotion regulation during adolescence, Co-I with PI’s Michael Criss and Ron Cox ($85,000; Aug. 1, 2009 – June 30, 2011).

United States Department of Agriculture, Oklahoma Agriculture Experiment Station Project: Fostering aspirations, opportunities and success through a comprehensive mentoring program for families and adolescents in transitional housing. Co-I with Michael J. Merten (PI), and Co-PI Ron Cox ($80,376; Sept. 1, 2008 – Aug. 31, 2010).

United States Department of Agriculture, Oklahoma Agriculture Experiment Station Project: Conflict Management and Positive Parenting Intervention Study, PI with Co-I’s Matthew Brosi, Carolyn Henry Michael Merten, and Debbie Richardson ($90,520; Sept. 1, 2007 – Aug. 31, 2009).
Oklahoma State Department of Education: Child, Family, and School Influences on Developmental Outcomes of Young Children with and without Disabilities, Co-PI with Amy Halliburton ($106,383; Oct. 1, 2007 – June 30, 2008).


National Institute for Child Health and Development (NICHD), National Institute of Health: Emotion Regulation, Social Relationships, and Children’s Adjustment to School, PI ($142,000; R03; Jan. 1, 2005- Dec. 31, 2007).

American Psychological Foundation’s Elizabeth Koppitz Fellowship in Child Psychology: A Longitudinal Analysis of Coping with Bullying, served as faculty advisor for dissertation grant to Andrew Terranova ($23,000; Sept. 1, 2005 – May, 31, 2006).


Administration for Children and Families/DHHS: Contextual and Dispositional Influences on Low-Income Children’s School Adjustment, PI for dissertation grant to Sonya Myers ($40,000; Oct. 1, 2004 – May 31, 2006).



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