Dr. James E. Radiker
Professor Emeritus of Psychology
Dr. James E. Radiker (Ph.D., West Virginia University, 1975) holds the position of Emeritus Professor of Psychology. His interests include integration of Psychology and Christianity, science and religion, as well as the teaching of psychology.
- B.A., University of Florida
- M.A., Drake University
- Ph.D., West Virginia University
- PSY 101- Introduction to Psychology
- PSY 240 – Theories of Personality
- PSY 303 – Research Methods
- PSY 410 – Social and Ethical Implications of Psychology
- PSY 420 – Alternative Perspectives in Psychology
Psychology of Learning
- Radiker, J. E. ( 2002, February). Integrating Christianity and Psychology. Paper presented at the Southeast Regional Faculty Conference of Christian Leadership Ministries, Augusta, GA
- Radiker, J. E. (1993, March). Religiousness and attributions about mental disorders. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, Atlanta, GA
- Radiker, J. E. (1992, March). Religiousness and perception of the causes of mental disorders. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, Knoxville, TN
- Caldwell, E. C., Klishis, M. J., Farudi, P. P., Hochstetter, G. T., & Radiker, J. E. (1978). Mastery: The essential in PSI. Teaching of Psychology, 5 (2), 59-65.
- Welsh, W. V., Ludwig, C., Radiker, J. E., & Krapfl, J. E. (1973, August). Effects of feedback on daily completion of behavior modification projects. Mental Retardation, 24-26.