Psychology

Dr. Mary Radeke

Assistant Professor of Psychology

Ph.D. Cognitive and Brain Sciences, University Nevada, Reno
M.S. Experimental Psychology, Central Washington University
B.A. Psychology, Central Washington University
 

Office: Psychology Building Room 459
Phone: (509)-963-2367
E-mail: radekem@cwu.edu

Dr. Radeke's Curriculum Vitae (CV)

Courses Typically Taught at CWU:

  • General Psychology
  • Research Methods
  • Lifespan Development
  • Social Psychology
  • Learning
  • Physiological Psychology

Research Interests:

  • Physiological psychology
  • Child language development
  • Social issues
  • Animal behavior
  • Facial Factors and Personality Research

Utilizing online survey and laboratory research formats, Dr. Radeke and Dr. Stahelski are examining personality inferences based on facial factor variables such as; facial expression, facial structure, attractiveness, age, gender, and race.  Interested students are encouraged to contact Dr. Radeke (radekem@cwu.edu, Psychology building room 459) or Dr. Stahelski (stahelsa@cwu.edu, Psychology building room 453).Selected Presentations

Selected works:

  • Radeke, M.K., & Stahelski, A. (2015).  The assessment of personality traits using facial expression:  What do we infer about happy, sad and angry faces?  Paper to be presented at the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association annual meeting.  Boise, ID, April, 2015.
  • Radeke, M. K., & Stahelski, A.  (2014). The assessment of facial expression, personality and emotional content.  Journal of the National Social Science Association.  
  • Radeke, M. K., Stahelski, A., Buchanan, K., Davis, M., Garriott, J., Hanson, M., Jennings, N., & Simonis, L.  (2014, May).  Are you an introvert or an extrovert: What does the face say? Presented at the Symposium Of University Research and Creative Expression, Central Washington University.
  • Galatis, D., Hanson, M., Jennings, S., Davis, M., Radeke, M. K., & Stahelski, A.  (2013, May).  Are the eyes (and the face) truly the windows to the soul?  Paper presented at the Symposium Of University Research and Creative Expression, Central Washington University.
  • Radeke, M. K., & Stahelski, A.  (2013, April). Assessing personality characteristics from static facial expressions.  Paper presented at the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association annual convention, Reno, NV.
  • Radeke, M. K.  (2010). Responses of young children to changes in eye gaze, overlap and topic during conversation.  (Doctoral dissertation).  Dissertation Abstracts.
  • Stahelski, A., Tate, W., & Radeke, M. K. (2007, May). Violence and cults.  Paper presented at the Western Psychological Association, Vancouver, BC.
  • Radeke, M. K., Waters, G., & Fouts, R. S.  (1999). Similarities between children and chimpanzee drawings.  Paper presented at the Human Behavior Evolution  Society Conference, Utah.