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 (firstname.lastname@example.org, Psychology building room 459) or Dr. Stahelski (email@example.com, Psychology building room 453).Selected Presentations
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.