Morgan Reid

Morgan Reid, Ph.D.

Teaching Assistant Professor

Hibbs Hall, 900 Park Ave, Room 232



  • Ph.D., Virginia Commonwealth University, 2023

Research Interests

Dr. Morgan Reid is interested in the sociocultural factors that affect sleep health in emerging adults, as well as how sleep impacts mental health and academic performance. Additionally, she is interested in conducting pedagogical research on effective teaching methods for undergraduate psychology courses, particularly for students who are interested in pursuing a career in the helping professions.

Select Publications

  • Dautovich, N. D., Reid, M. P., Kim, G., Ghose, S., Tighe, C., Shoji, K., & Kliewer, W. (2023). A longitudinal examination of psychosocial mechanisms linking discrimination and objective and subjective sleep. Sleep Health, 9(5), 654-661.
  • Reid, M. P., Ghose, S. M., MacPherson, A, R., Sabet, S. M., Williams, C. M., & Dautovich, N. D. (2022). Learning in the time of COVID: Undergraduate experiences of a mid-semester transition to virtual learning due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Teaching of Psychology. 51(1), 81-92.
  • Reid, M. P., & Dautovich, N. D. (2021). The motivation behind better sleep: Self-determination theory as a framework for examining sleep outcomes in college students. Journal of American College Health, 7(8), 2538-2545.


  • Introduction to the Helping Relationship, undergraduate level
  • Principles of Psychological Testing, graduate level