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Psychology

College of the Sciences

Stephen Schepman

Professor of Psychology

Assistant Department Chair


Ph.D., Purdue University
M.B.A., University of Washington
B.A., Adams State College
 

Office: Psychology Bldg, Room 429
Phone: (509)-963-2389 or 509-963-3848 (DES)
E-mail: schepmas@cwu.edu


Courses typically taught at CWU:

  • PSY 362 - Introduction to Statistics
  • PSY 453 - Theories of Personality
  • PSY 489 - Senior Assessment

General areas of interest: Organization development, work motivation, personality theories.

Selected works:

  • Pereira, L., & Schepman, S. (2012, April). Psychological symptoms and prescription stimulant use among college students.  Presented at the National Technology and Social Science Conference, Las Vegas, NV.
  • Stahelski, A., Schepman, S., & Stein, S. (2012, April). Getting away with genocide.  Presented at the National Technology and Social Science Conference, Las Vegas, NV.
  • Durst, L., Stein, S., Scanlon, A., & Schepman, S. (2102, April).  Electronic vs. traditional bullying in college students.  Presented at the Western Psychological Association annual conference, San Francisco, CA.
  • Schepman, S., Stahelski, A., & Stein, S.  (2011, April).  Correlates of burnout for social services workers.  Presented at the National Technology and Social Science Conference, Las Vegas, NV.
  • Schepman, S., Weyandt, L., Schlect, S., & Swentosky, A. (2010). The relation between ADHD symptomology and decision making strategies. Journal of Attention Disorders, 10.
  • Schepman, S., Stahelski, A., Fennerty, D., & Nicholas, J.  (2010).  The relationship between ADHD symptoms, maximization and regret.  The National Social Science Journal, 34(2), 195-205.
  • Weyandt, L.L., Fulton, K.M., Schepman, S.B., Verdi, G.R., & Wilson, K.G. (2009).  Assessment of teacher and school psychologist knowledge of ADHD.  Psychology in the Schools, 46, 951-961.

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