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College of the Sciences

Marte Fallshore

Associate Professor Emerita of Psychology

Ph.D., Cognitive Psychology, University of Pittsburgh
M.S., University of Pittsburgh
B.S., Colorado State University

Office: Psychology Bldg, Room 462
Phone: (509)-963-3670

Courses typically taught at CWU:

  • PSY 200 - Introduction to the Major
  • PSY 300 - Research Methods in Psychology
  • PSY 362 - Introductory Statistics
  • PSY 363 - Intermediate Statistics and Research Methods

General areas of interest: Environmental decision-making, psychology of the law, learning, memory, statistics, cognition

Selected works:

  • Penick, J. M., Fallshore, M., & Spencer, A. M. (2014). Using intergenerational service-learning to promote positive perceptions about older adults and community service in college students. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships, 12, 25-39.
  • Shores, A., & Fallshore, M. (2012, April). Effects of victim sex on perceptions of intimate partner violence severity in heterosexual relationships. Poster presented at the Annual meeting of the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association.
  • Sigel, E., & Fallshore, M. (2012, April). Verbal overshadowing and humor perception. Poster presented at the Annual meeting of the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association.
  • Masberg, B. A. Fallshore, M., & Norman, C. (2011, November). Birders don't always flock together: Understanding birder preferences for tourism development. Paper presented at the meeting of the National Recreation and Park Association, Atlanta, GA
  • Meško, G., Fallshore, M., & Muratbegović, E. (2008). Fear of crime in two of post-socialist countries – Searching for explanations. Journal of Criminal Justice, 36, 546-553.
  • Fallshore, M., & Hall, D. (2005, October 15). Recycling and canvas bags: Can charging people increase recycling? Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society of Human Ecology, Salt Lake City, UT.
  • Fallshore, M., & Todd, K. (2003, May). Do males and females differ in their assessment of crime severity? Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Society, Chicago, IL.

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