CAMorgan III B Russell, J McNeil, J Maxwell, PJ Snyder, SM Southwick, RH Pietrzak:
Baseline Burnout Symptoms Predict Visuospatial Executive Function During Survival
School Training In Special Operations Military Personnel. Journal Int. Neuropsychological
Society (2011) 17: 1-8.
Pietrzak RH, Johnson DC, Goldstein MB, Malley JC, Rivers AJ, Morgan CA, Southwick
SM: Psychosocial buffers of traumatic stress, depressive symptoms and psychosocial
difficulties in veterans of Operation Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom: The role
of resilience, unit support and postdeployment social support.
Journal of Affective Disorders in press. Morgan, CA, Rasmusson A, Pietrzak RH, Coric
V, Southwick, SM: Relationships among Plasma Dehydroepiandrosterone and Dehydroepiandrosterone Sulfate, Cortisol, Symptoms of Dissociation
and Objective Performance in Humans Exposed to Underwater Navigation Stress. Biological
Psychiatry, Volume 66, Issue 4 (August 15, 2009).
Aikins, DE, Martin DJ, Morgan III CA: Decreased Respiratory Sinus Arrhythmia in Individuals
with Deceptive Intent. Psychophysiology 47 (2010); 633-636.
McNeil, J. A., & Morgan, C. A. (2010). Cognition and decision making in extreme environments.
In C. H. Kennedy & J. L. Moore (Eds.). Military Neuropsychology (pp. 361-382). New
York, NY: Springer.
Investigation Discovery: Signs of a Psychopath (Seasons 1-4)
Publications of interest
Ridgeway, W, Morgan III CA, Picano J, Roland R, Rabinowitz Y: Sentence Completion Test Defensiveness and Success in US Military Assessment and Selection. Journal of Research in Personality 104 (2023); 104384. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0092656623000466
Vrij A, Meissner CA, Fisher R, Kassin SM, Morgan III CA, Kleinman SM: Psychological
Perspectives on Interrogation. Psychological Science, 12(6):927-955 · September 2017
Morgan III CA, Southwick, SM, Steffian G, Hazlett GA, Loftus EF: Misinformation can influence memory for recently experienced, highly stressful events. International Journal of Law & Psychiatry, 2013; Jan-Feb; 36(1) 11-7; 2013.
Morgan III, CA, Rabinowitz, YG, Leidy BHS, Coric V.: Efficacy of Combining Interviewing Techniques in Detecting Deception Related to Bio-Threat Issues. (2014) Behav. Sci. Law 32: 269–285
Morgan III, CA, Rabinowitz, Y, Palin B, Kennedy K: Who Should You Trust? Discriminating
Between Genuine from Deceptive Eyewitness Accounts. Open Journal of Criminology, (2015) 8,
Daphna Canetti1, Shaul Kimhi, Rasmiyah Hanoun, Gabriel A. Rocha, Sandro Galea, Charles
Morgan III: How Personality Affects Vulnerability among Israelis and Palestinians following the 2009 Gaza Conflict: (2016). PLoS ONE 11(7): e0156278. doi:10.1371 journal.pone.0156278
Morgan III, CA, Rabinowitz, YG, Hilts D, Weller CE, Coric V.: Efficacy of Modified Cognitive Interviewing, Compared to Human Judgments in Detecting Deception Related to Bio-threat Activities. Journal of Strategic Security. 6, no. 3 (2013): 100-119.
Morgan III CA, Taylor, M: Spontaneous and Deliberate Dissociative States During Realistic Military Stress: Journal of Traumatic Stress Studies, 2013 Aug: 26(4):492-7.
Taylor MK, Larson GE, Hiller Lauby MD, Padilla GA, Wilson IE, Schimied EA, Highfill McRoy RM, Morgan CA 3rd. Stress. 2014 Jan; 17(1): 70-8. Southwick SM & Morgan III CA: I Believe What I Remember, But it May not Be True. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory. Neurobiol Learn Mem, 2014 Jan 4 in press. Taylor MK & Morgan III CA: Spontaneous and Deliberate Dissociative States in Military Personnel: Relationships to Objective Performance Under Stress. Military Medicine, in press.
Identifying the Culprit: Assessing Eyewitness Identification: Committee of the National Academy of Sciences. http://www.nap.edu/catalog.php?record_id=18891 (October 2014) Morgan III, CA, Rabinowitz, Y, Palin B, Kennedy K: Who Should You Trust? Discriminating Between Genuine from Deceptive Eyewitness Accounts. Open Journal of Criminology, (2015) 8, 49-59.
Canetti D, Kimhi S, Hannoun R, Rocha GA, Galea S, Morgan CA (2016): How Personality affects Vulnerability among Israelis and Palestinians Following the 2009 Gaza Conflict. PLOS One. July 8, 2016. http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0156278
Dr. Morgan worked in academic. clinical and research environments for 25 years at Yale University. In addition to his work at Yale, Dr. Morgan has supervised students in the masters program at the Joint Military Intelligence College, Bolling AFB, Washington, DC. Dr. Morgan served as a medical intelligence officer (2003-2010) with the Central Intelligence Agency and was a government liaison with the US Intelligence Science Board; In 2011 Dr. Morgan deployed to Afghanistan with the US Army’s Asymmetric Warfare Group. From 2011-2013, Dr. Morgan served as an operations specialist for the Special Technologies Laboratory of the Department of Energy. At present, Dr. Morgan continues to perform private consulting regarding selection and assessment for the Asymmetric Warfare Group and the US Navy. He is currently serving on the National Academy of Science Committee on Eyewitness Identification Reform and has joined the faculty of the Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences, University of New Haven. Dr. Morgan is the first physician to be hired by the University where he is an Associate Professor in the Department of National Security, with an emphasis on intelligence analysis, national security psychology and psychops.
NSPS 6645 National Security: Issues in Deception
NSPS 6670 Special Topic: Intelligence Analysis
NSEC 4400 Intelligence Analysis
NSEC 1100 Introduction to National Security