Research Articles and Instruments
Friends who are also colleagues!
If you are interested in my work as the co-director of the U-LINK (University of Miami Laboratory for Integrative Knowledge) initiative, this program evaluation report provides a fairly comprehensive overview of the program objectives, activities, and outcomes.
Here are some of the articles that I receive the most requests for:
Morgan, S.E., Mouton, A., Occa, A. & Potter, J. (2016). Clinical trial and research study recruiters’ verbal communication behaviors. Journal of Health Communication, 21, 765-772.
Morgan, S.E., Mouton, A., Occa, A., Potter, J (2016). The role of nonverbal communication behaviors in clinical trial and research study recruitment. Health Communication. (e-pub ahead of print) the_role_of_nonverbal_communication_behaviors_in_clinical_trial_and_research_study_recruitment.pdf
Morgan, S.E., Harrison, T.R., Chewning, L.V., Davis, L. & DiCorcia, M. (2007). Entertainment (mis)education: The framing of organ donation in entertainment television. Health Communication, 22, 143-151.
Morgan, S. E., Stephenson, M. T., Harrison, T. R., Afifi, W.A., & Long, S.D. (2008). Facts versus “feelings”: How rational is the decision to become an organ donor? Journal of Health Psychology, 13, 644-658.
Morgan, S.E., Harrison, T.R., Long, S.D., Afifi, W.A., & Stephenson, M.T. (2008). In their own words: The reasons why people will (not) donate organs. Health Communication, 23, 23-33.
Morgan, S.E. (2008). The intersection of conversation, cognitions, and campaigns: The social representation of organ donation. Communication Theory, 19, 29-48.
*** Please note that you can find more full-text articles on "academic Facebook," aka Research Gate*** https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Susan_Morgan3/
The file below includes measures I have used in recent projects to assess organ donation attitudes, knowledge, bodily integrity, the "ick factor," the "jinx factor" and other constructs. Researchers (whether students or faculty members) have permission to use these measures as long as they are properly credited and cited.
A relatively recent version of my CV: morgan_vita_november_2020.docx