Kathleen Stetter, M.S.
Office: Clow Faculty 17
Phone: (920) 424-7147
Kathleen R. Stetter received her masters from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh in experimental psychology in 1987. She is Director of the Psychology Research Laboratory and teaches experimental psychology, cross-cultural psychology, and advanced research classes.
Her research interests include animal behavior, social transmission of information in animals, and implicit learning and self construal in humans. Along with L.I. McCann, she has investigated the effects of social and odor cues on dietary preference, blockade of taste aversions, and dominance assessment in rats. Her research on implicit learning in humans was presented at the Fifth European Congress of Psychology in Dublin, Ireland .
Kathleen Stetter leads groups of UW Oshkosh students on trips to Belize, Central America where they assist with research on black howler monkeys and to Salvador, Brazil, where students conduct cross-cultural research with a team of Brazilian psychology students.
Kathleen Stetter enjoys hiking and traveling throughout the world. She and her husband have hiked the Inca Trail in Peru and the West Highland Way in Scotland as well as numerous back country trails in the Rocky Mountains. Her children gave her two border collies to keep her company on walks in and around Eldorado Marsh near where she lives.