Michael Morrow, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Psychology - Graduate Program
Coordinator of the Child & Family Concentration
Arcadia faculty member since 2011
- B.A. Washington and Lee University (2003)
- Ph.D. University of Delaware (2009)
Dr. Morrow’s research interests are broadly centered on children’s peer relations with specific emphasis on the psychosocial impact of bullying. He is currently using diary methods to explore the day-to-day process through which bullying experiences contribute to children’s emotional and academic difficulties.
Arcadia Courses Taught
- Human Development: Life Span (PY516)
- Couples and Family Therapy (PY611)
- Child and Adolescent Counseling: Clinical and School (PY615)
- Morrow, M. T., Hubbard, J. A., Barhight, L. J., & Thomson, A. K. (in
press). Fifth-grade children’s daily experiences of peer victimization
and negative emotions: Moderating effects of sex and peer rejection.
Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology.
- Morrow, M. T., Hubbard, J. A.,
Swift, L. E. (in press). Relations among multiple types of peer
victimization, reactivity to peer victimization, and academic
achievement in fifth-grade boys and girls. Merrill-Palmer Quarterly.
- Morrow, M. T., Hubbard, J. A., Rubin, R.M. & McAuliffe, M. D. (2008). The relation between childhood aggression and depressive symptoms: The unique and joint mediating roles of peer rejection and peer victimization. Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, 54, 316-340.
- Morrow, M. T., Hubbard, J. A., McAuliffe, M. D., Rubin, R. M., & Dearing, K. F. (2006). Childhood aggression, depression, and peer popularity: The mediational model revisited. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 30(3), 240-248.