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Psychology Department
Phone: 509-963-2381

Anthony Stahelski

Lecturer of Psychology

Ph.D., University of California at Los Angeles
M.A., University of California at Los Angeles
B. A., University of California at Los Angeles

Office: Psychology Bldg, Room 453
Phone: (509) 963-2368

Click here for Dr. Stahelski's vitae

Courses typically taught at CWU:

  • PSY 200 - Introduction to the Major
  • PSY 314 - Human Development and the Learner
  • PSY 484 - Violence and Aggression

General areas of interest: Social psychology (facial expressions/inferences, nonverbal behavior, small group interaction, cults, extremist groups, aggression and violence, terrorism); Industrial/organizational psychology (leadership, work teams, organization development, quality interventions).

Selected works:

  • Radeke, M., & Stahelski, A. (2015). You’re smiling, you must be an extrovert: The use of  photographs to assess facial expressions and personality traits. National Social Science Journal, 44(1), 48-61.
  • Stahelski, A., & Radeke, M. (2015, April). Facial expressions and inference groupings. Western Psychological Association in Las Vegas, NV.
  • Radeke, M., & Stahelski, A. (2015, March). The assessment of personality traits using facial expressions: What do we infer about happy, sad and angry faces?  Rocky Mountain Psychological Association in Boise, ID.
  • Stahelski, A. (2012). Statistics for the statistically challenged: The statistical concepts you need to understand to pass a statistics course. Create Space,  
  • Stahelski, A., & Patch, M. (2008). Dark conversions: Transforming normal individuals into sociopathic killers. National Social Science Press.
  • Stahelski, A. (2006) [Review of the book Terror in the name of God, by Jessica Stern]. Cultic Studies Review, 5(1).
  • Stahelski, A., Schepman, S., Bennett, S., & Owens, M. (2004). Using feedback to improve human performance in a correctional setting. Review of Business Research, 3(1), 88-94.
  • Stahelski, A. (2004, March 15th). Terrorists are made, not born: Creating terrorists using social psychological conditioning. The Online Journal of Homeland Security.

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