Dr. Melinda Morrill
Dr. Melinda Morrill is a Research Scientist for the RISE program in the Institute of Psychology at the University of Klagenfurt. Her research focuses on risk and protective factors for parents and couples, with the goal of preventing psychological, social, and physical illness in vulnerable families. She completed an NRSA T32 postdoctoral fellowship in Biological and Social Developmental Psychiatry at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH)/Harvard Medical School. She is also a licensed clinical psychologist in the U.S.
- Morrill, M. I., Schulz, M. S., Nevarez, M. D., Preacher, K. J., & Waldinger, R. J. (2019). Assessing within- and between-family variations in an expanded measure of childhood adversity. Psychological Assessment, 31(5), 660-673.
- Morrill, M. I., Hawrilenko, M., & Córdova, J. V. (2016). A longitudinal examination of positive parenting following an acceptance-based couple intervention. Journal of Family Psychology, 30(1), 104-113.
- Córdova, J. V., Fleming, C. E., Morrill, M. I., Hawrilenko, M., Sollenberger, J. W., Harp, A. G., Gray, T. D., Darling, E. V., Blair, J. M., Meade, A. E., Wachs, K. (2014). The Marriage Checkup: A randomized controlled trial of annual relationship health checkups. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 82(4), 592-604.
- Morrill, M. I., Fleming, C. E., Harp, A. G., Sollenberger, J. W., Darling, E. V., & Córdova, J. V. (2011). Increasing access to marital health care. Family Process, 50(4), 471-485.
- Morrill, M., Mahmood, S.*, Hines, D. A., & Córdova, J. V. (2010). Pathways between marriage and parenting for wives and husbands: The role of coparenting. Family Process, 49(1), 59-73.