Recently, Dr. Charles Morgan spoke to cadets and faculty at West Point about a range of topics, including psychology, neurobiology, and the science of humans at war.

Over the course of twenty years at Yale University and the Neurobiological Studies Unit of the National Center for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Dr. Morgan’s neurobiological and forensic research has established him as an international expert in post-traumatic stress disorder, eyewitness memory, and human performance under conditions of high stress. Dr. Morgan is a subject matter expert in the selection and assessment of US military special operations and special mission units. His work has provided insight into the psycho-neurobiology of resilience in elite soldiers and has contributed to the training mission of Army special programs. His work is on the cutting edge of battlefield innovations and assessments.

Watch the full video of Dr. Morgan’s remarks below.


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