Keith Radley

Assistant Professor

Research interests

Social skills training, parent training and coaching, prevention and intervention of challenging behaviors, interventions for autism spectrum disorders, video modeling

Current Teaching

  • Psychoeducational Assessment I (PSY 642)

Recent Publications

Contributions to reference texts: 

Clark, E., Radley, K., Farley, M., & Jenson, W. (in press).  Males on the autism spectrum.  In R. D’Amato (Ed.), Neuropsychology of men. New York: Springer.

O’Neill, R., Jenson, W., & Radley, K. (in press).  Challenging behaviors in ASD.  In F. Volkmar, R. Paul, A. Klin, & D. Cohen. (Eds.), Handbook of Autism and Pervasive Developmental Disorders (3rd ed.).  Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.

Peer reviewed articles:

Radley, K., Jenson, W., & Clark, E. (in preparation).  Implementation of parent training and coaching procedures in social skills training for children with autism spectrum disorders.

Jenson, W., Clark, E., & Radley, K. (in preparation).  Utilization of peers in training children with autism spectrum disorders.

Block, H., Hood, J., Radley, K., Jenson, W., & Clark, E. (in preparation).  Evaluation of an evidence-based multi-media social skills program for children with autism spectrum disorders.

Published Educational Products:

Jenson, W., Clark, E., Bowen, J., Block, H., Gabrielsen, T., Hood, J., & Radley, K. (2011) Superheroes Social Skills: A Multimedia Program.  Eugene, OR: Pacific Northwest Publishing.