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Psychology

Mary Radeke

Assistant Professor of Psychology


Ph.D. Cognitive and Brain Sciences, University Nevada, Reno
M.S. Experimental Psychology, Central Washington University
B.A. Psychology, Central Washington University
 

Office: Psychology Bldg, Room 459
Phone: (509) 963-2367
E-mail: radekem@cwu.edu


Dr. Radeke's Curriculum Vitae (CV)

Courses typically taught at CWU:

  • PSY 101 - General Psychology
  • PSY 300 - Research Methods in Psy
  • PSY 346 - Social Psychology
  • PSY 420/520 - Psychology of Language

General areas of interest: Use of facial cues in emotion and personality assessment, conversation development in young children, personality traits, technology in the classroom, primate communication, eye tracking and Facial Action Unit Coding laboratory.

Selected works:

  • Isaak, S. L., James, J. R., Radeke, M. K., & Krauss, S. W. (Under review). An enhanced measurement model for understanding religious orientation:  Validation of the Circumplex Religious Orientation Inventory (CROI). Psychology of Religion and Spirituality.
  • Dudney, D. F., Omura, N. R., Radeke, M. K., & Stahelski, A. (2016, May). Identification of facial expressions: Correct and incorrect decisions under a time constraint. Paper presented at SOURCE, Central Washington University, Ellensburg, WA.
  • Dudney, D. F., Omura, N. R., Radeke, M. K., & Stahelski, A. (2016, April). Identification of facial expressions in less than one second.  Paper presented at the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association annual convention, Denver, CO.
  • Peligrini, K., Benner-Kenagy, C., Gilbert, M., Licea, J., Ojeda, J., Mitchell, J., Radeke, M. & Stahelski, A. (2015, May). The influence of family upbringing on the facial inference process. Poster presented at SOURCE, Central Washington University.
  • Stahelski, A., & Radeke, M. (2015, April). Facial expressions and inference groupings. Paper presented at Western Psychological Association annual convention, Las Vegas, NV.
  • Radeke, M., & Stahelski, A. (2015, March). The assessment of personality traits using facial expressions: What do we infer about happy, sad and angry faces?  Paper presented at Rocky Mountain Psychological Association annual convention, Boise, ID.
  • Radeke, M. K., & Stahelski, A. (2014). The assessment of facial expression, personality and emotional content.  Journal of the National Social Science Association, 44(1), 48-61.
  • Radeke, M. K., Stahelski, A., Buchanan, K., Davis, M., Garriott, J., Hanson, M., Jennings, N., & Simonis, L. (2014, May).  Are you an introvert or an extrovert: What does the face say? Paper presented at SOURCE, Central Washington University, Ellensburg, WA.
  • Galatis, D., Hanson, M., Jennings, S., Davis, M., Radeke, M. K., & Stahelski, A.  (2013, May).  Are the eyes (and the face) truly the windows to the soul?  Paper presented at SOURCE, Central Washington University, Ellensburg, WA.
  • Radeke, M. K., & Stahelski, A. (2013, April). Assessing personality characteristics from static facial expressions.  Paper presented at the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association annual convention, Reno, NV.

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