Mark T. Morman Baylor University, USA
Mark T. Morman is a professor of communication in the Department of Communication at Baylor University. For more than 33 years he has taught interpersonal and family communication at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. In addition to publications in professional journals he is the co-editor (along with Dr. Kory Floyd) of Widening the Family Circle: New Research in Family Communication (2nd ed.). His scholarly and curricular interests include the communication of affection, father-son relationships, and men’s health. He served as chair of both the family and interpersonal communication divisions of the National Communication Association and has served on multiple editorial boards including Communication Monographs and the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships. He holds a master’s and doctorate in Communication Studies from the University of Kansas and a bachelor’s degrees in communication from Southern Utah University.