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Faculty and Staff

Psychology Building, Room 421
Mailstop 7575
Phone: (509) 963-2381
Fax: (509) 963-2307

Department Faculty

  • Mr. Christopher Beeman, Lecturer: Biological Psychology, Behavioral Neuroscience, Biology of Long-Term Memory, Teaching in Psychology

  • Dr. Sara Bender, Assistant Professor: Impact of Clinical Expectations on Recovery, The Provision of Clinical Services to Members of Underserved Populations, Clinical Supervision, Cybersupervision, Online learning.

  • Ms. Cristina Bistricean, Lecturer: Applied Behavioral Analysis, Experimental Psychology, High-Functioning Autism, Anxiety Reduction, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

  • Dr. Joshua Buchanan, Lecturer: Experimental Psychology, Social Psychology, Emotion Experience & Expression, Regret & Counterfactual Thinking

  • Dr. Tonya Buchanan, Assistant Professor: Experimental Psychology, Social Psychology, Attitudes, Power, Interpersonal Dynamics, Deception.

  • Dr. Marte Fallshore, Associate Professor: Environmental Decision-Making, Psychology of Law, Learning, Memory, Statistics, Cognition.

  • Dr. Kara I. Gabriel, Professor: Experimental Psychology, Spatial Skills, Risk-Taking, Biopsychology.

  • Dr. Ralf Greenwald, Associate Professor: Cognitive Neuroscience, Cognitive Brain Dynamics, Event-Related Potentials, Critical Thinking, Music Cognition, Working Memory.

  • Dr. Elizabeth Haviland, Lecturer: Diversity, Multicultural Issues (especially White privilege), Counseling (Training and Supervision), Relational Cultural Theory

  • Dr. Susan D. Lonborg, Professor: Health Psychology, Substance Abuse, Clinical and Research Ethics, Positive Psychology, Psychology of the Internet and Social Media.

  • Dr. Heath Marrs, Professor: School Psychology, Educational Psychology, Response to Intervention Gender Issues in Education.

  • Dr. Rich Marsicano, Assistant Professor: Academic, Behavioral, and Early Intervention, Intervention Adherence, Response to Intervention, Performance Feedback

  • Dr. Megan Matheson, Professor: Experimental and Comparative Psychology, Nonhuman Primate Social Behavior, Stress and Coping, Post-Conflict Behavior.

  • Dr. Meaghan Nolte, Assistant Professor: Mindfulness, Buddhism, Queer Theory, Addictions, Counselor Training

  • Dr. Jeffrey Penick, Associate Professor: Mental Health Counseling, Group Counseling, Counseling Supervision, Adult Aging and Development, Health Psychology.

  • Dr. Liane Pereira, Assistant Professor: Youth Mental Health, Human Development, Social Determinants of Health, Educational Psychology.

  • Dr. Heidi Perez, Assistant Professor: School Psychology, Efficacy of School-Based Interventions, Graduate Student Success, Social-Emotional Functioning and Behavior in Children.

  • Dr. Danielle Polage, Associate Professor: Cognitive Psychology, Memory, Psychology and Law, Eye Witness Testimony, Lying and Jury Deliberation.

  • Dr. Mary Radeke, Assistant Professor: Child-language Development, Neuropsychology, Experimental Psychology.

  • Dr. Stephen B. Schepman, Professor: Organization Development, Work Motivation, Personality Theories.

  • Dr. Terrence J. Schwartz, Associate Professor: Educational Psychology, Counseling Psychology, Statistical Analysis.

  • Dr. Mark Soelling, Lecturer: Counseling Psychology, Psychology and the Law, and Psychopharmacology

  • Dr. Anthony J. Stahelski, Lecturer: Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Social Psychology, Small Group Interaction, Leadership, Cults and Extremist Groups, Aggression and Violence, Terrorism.

  • Dr. Stephanie Stein, Professor (Chair): School Psychology, Curriculum-Based Measurement, Behavior Disorders in Children, Psychopathology, Lifespan Development.

  • Dr. Fred Washburn, Assistant Professor: Counselor Development, Supervision Readiness, Assessing Counselor Competency.

  • Dr. Wendy A. Williams, Associate Professor: Applied Behavior Analysis, Animal Behavior, Experimental Psychology, Human Cognition and Decision-Making.

  • Dr. Alena Yastchenko, Lecturer

Department Technical Staff

Community Counseling and Psychological Assessment Center (CCPAC)

Psychology Building, Room 118
Phone: (509) 963-2501

Emeritus Faculty

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