Associate Professor of Psychology
Director, Office of Undergraduate Research and SOURCE
Director, Experimental Psychology Masters Program
Ph.D., Psychology (Biopsychology emphasis), University of British Columbia
Courses Typically Taught at CWU:
- Research Methods in Psychology
- Physiological Psychology
- Applied Physiological Psychology
- Developmental behavioral psychopharmacology
- Influences on risk-taking behavior
- Spatial cue use and perception.
- Attitudes toward the use of animals in research.
James, J. R., & Gabriel, K. I. (2012). Student interpreters show encoding and recall differences for information in English and American Sign Language. Translation & Interpreting, 4(1), 21-37. http://trans-int.org/index.php/transint/article/view/141/95
Gabriel, K. I., Rutledge, B. H., & Barkley, C. L. (2012). Attitudes on animal research predict acceptance of genetic modification technologies by university undergraduates. Society & Animals, 20(4), 381-400. http://booksandjournals.brillonline.com/content/15685306/20/4
Felix, M. C., Parker, J. D., Lee, C., & Gabriel, K. I. (2011). Real three-dimensional objects: Effects on mental rotation. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 113, 38-50.
Gabriel, K.I., Hong, S.M., Chandra, M., Lonborg, S.D., & Barkley, C.L. (2011). Gender differences in the effects of acute stress on spatial ability. Sex Roles, 64, 81-89.
Gabriel, K.I., & Williamson, A. (2010). Framing alters risk-taking behavior on a modified Balloon Analogue Risk Task (BART) in a sex-specific manner. Psychological Reports, 107, 699-712.
Gabriel, K.I., & Cunningham, C.L. (2008). The effect of maternal strain on ethanol responses in reciprocal F1 C57BL/6J and DBA/2J hybrid mice. Genes, Brain and Behavior, 7, 276-287.
Office: 483 Psychology Building