Rose Danek

Associate Professor of Psychology
Behavioral & Social Sciences Dept
College of Arts & Sciences

Office Hours

M 11AM - 2PM; T 10:30AM - 1PM; W 12:30 - 2:30PM

Areas of Expertise

  • Information Processing
    • Study of how humans process information from the environment in order to make an appropriate behavioral response 
  • Learning and Conditioning
    • Role of subtle (and not so subtle) correlations in traditional information processing tasks
    • Understanding the mechanisms behind correlational learning
  • Psychophysiological Recording
    • Use of specific ERP components in order to study various mental processes
Rose Danek

Dr. Rose Danek teaches a wide variety of courses in psychology.  Her interest and expertise fall under the domain of human factors.  Her research is in visual and information processing, and learning and conditioning.  She is also interested in psychophysiological recording.  New to the campus in fall 2021, she has plans to get her lab set-up and recruit undergraduate researchers.  Rose received her Master’s degree from Pennsylvania State University and her Ph.D. from the University of Iowa.  You can find her in the Academic Complex 1 (Bldg. 74) in room 349.

  • Ph.D. - Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology, University of Iowa
  • M.S. - Master of Science in Psychology, Pennsylvania State University-Main Campus
  • B.S. - Bachelor of Science in Psychology, Arizona State University

  • PSY 326: Group and Team Behavior
  • PSY 101: Introduction to Psychology
  • PSY 335: Physiological Psychology
  • PSY 322: Research Design
  • PSY 311: Sensation, Perception, and Cog
  • PSY 494: Tests and Measurements Theory