Contact & Location
Psychology & Communications Studies
Student Health Center (832 Ash St.)
2nd Floor & Basement
PHONE: (208) 885-6324
Psychology & Communications Studies
c/o University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Drive MS 3043
Moscow, ID 83844-3043
Faculty & Staff
Benjamin Barton teaches Cognitive Development classes. His research interests include Etiology and prevention of unintentional injuries from early childhood to late adulthood.
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Diane Carter is a senior lecturer in communication studies.
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Rajal Cohen studies the interconnectedness of cognition, posture, and action, with a special interest in principles that apply accross the spectrum from high performance to dysfunction.
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Associate Professor & Department Chair
Traci Craig's research interests include: Small Group Processes, Diversity in the Workplace, Stereotypes and Prejudice, Sexual Harassment, and Gender Differences.
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Brian Dyre's research interests include Visual Psychophysics, Mathematical Modeling of Visual Processes, and Visual Displays and Virtual Environments.
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Annette Folwell's research interests in: Aging (Life Span Developmental) Studies, Family Communication, Health Communication and Instructional Communication.
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Russell Jackson is an assistant professor of pyschology.
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Kenneth Locke teaches popular undergraduate courses on personality and sexuality, and is currently conducting studies in Korea and China to examine the influence of culture on how people conceptualize themselves and others.
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Mikaela Marlow conducts research exploring identity and esteem issues, as they influence communication within and across diverse language, cultural, and community collectives. She is currently working on modifying the Receiver Model of Language Criticism and the Criticism Response Scale, both of which she developed while researching speech criticism in Hawai'i. Current research focuses on better understanding the ways that people cognitively and socially manage speech criticism interactions based on gender and power dynamics.
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Steven Meier is currently the director of the University of Idaho Addictions Training Program. His academic training and expertise is in applied psychology with a specialization in addictive and high-risk behavior.
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Professor Emeritus of Psychology
Philip Mohan main research interest is in Child Development.
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Jamie Nekich is an assistant professor in the Department of Psychology and Communication Studies. She is a licensed psychologist and she teaches courses in: Developmental Psychology, Adult Development and Aging, and Emotional Well-Being.
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Professor, Associate Dean
Richard Reardon is a professor of psychology and the associate Dean at the University of Idaho Couer d'Alene campus. His research interests include circumplex models of interpersonal relating, personality assessment, social comparison, and Social Cognition.
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Todd Thorsteinson is an industrial-organizational psychologist, with research interests in decision making, personnel selection, and recruitment.
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Steffen Werner's research interests are in visual and spatial cognition, virtual environments, human factors, and applied cognitive psychology. He has created the website "goCognitive.net" which provides educational resources for the field of cognitive neuroscience.
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Lecturer, Private Practice Therapist, Licensed Psychologist
Alan Whitlock's research interests are social psychology, personality, applied behavioral analysis, group therapy, and peer counseling.
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Associate Professor, Licensed Psychologist
Mark Yama's research interests are pain, sensory psychology, and emotion.
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Emily has been the Financial Technician since 2005.
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