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Dr. Terry DeVietti

Professor Emeritus of Psychology

Ph.D University of Utah
M.S. University of Utah
B.A. University of Utah

Office: Psychology Building Room 317
Phone: (509)-963-3646

Courses Typically Taught at CWU

  • Introductory Statistics
  • Intermediate Statistics
  • Physiological Psychology

Research Interests

  • Physiological Psychology
  • General Experimental Psychology

Publications and Presentations

  • Wilbanks, B. A., Matheson, M. D., Eubanks, J. L., & DeVietti, T. L. (2005). Effects of perceived risk and strength of affiliation on decisions to help others: Toward a convergence of evolutionary and social psychology. Psychological Reports, 96, 977-987.
  • White, D., Stein, S., DeVietti, T., & Johnson, E. (2002, March). Comparison of Letter-Number Sequencing Substitution and Proration in the Calculation of WAIS-III Intelligence, Poster presented at the annual conference of the National Association of School Psychologists, Chicago, IL.
  • DeVietti, T. L., Bauste, R., Nutt, G., Barrett, O., Daly, K., & Petree, A.  (1987). Latent inhibition: A trace conditioning phenomenon? Learning and Motivation, 18, 175-201.
  • DeVietti, T. L., Pellis, S., Pellis V., & Teitelbaum, P. (1985). Previous experience disrupts atropine-induced stereotypic "trapping" in rats. Behavioral Neuroscience, 99, 1128-1141.
  • DeVietti, T. L., & Kirkpatrick, B. R.  (1977). Specific stimulation of the brain in rats modifies retention for both newly acquired and old habits. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 91, 662-673.
  • DeVietti, T. L., & Kirkpatrick, B. R.  (1976). The amnesia gradient: Inadequate as evidence for a memory consolidation process. Science, 194, 438-440.

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