Location: Bowdoin / Suzanne B. Lovett

Psychology

Suzanne Lovett

Associate Professor of Psychology

On leave for the 2014-15 academic year.

Contact Information

slovett@bowdoin.edu
207-725-3153
Psychology
225 Kanbar Hall


Fall 2013

  • Data Analysis (PSYC 252)
  • Data Analysis (PSYC 252L1)


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Education

  • A.B. Bowdoin College
  • Ph.D. Stanford University

Professor Lovett specializes in cognitive development. She teaches courses in child development, language development, and statistics. Her research interests are children's conception of probability and randomness and their ability to distinguish between the mental processes of comprehension and memory.




Pillow, B.H. & Lovett, S.B. (1998). "He forgot": Young children's use of cognitive explanations for another person's mistakes. Merrill-Palmer Quarterly.
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Lovett, S.B. & Pillow, B.H. (1996). Development of the ability to distinguish between comprehension and memory: Evidence from goal-state evaluation tasks. Journal of Educational Psychology, 88, 596-562.

Lovett, S.B. & Pillow, B.H. (1995). Development of the ability to distinguish between comprehension and memory: Evidence from strategy-selection tasks. Journal of Educational Psychology, 87, 523-526.

Lovett, S.B. & Flavell, J.H. (1990). Understanding and remembering: Children's knowledge about the differential effects of strategy and task variables on comprehension and memorization, Child Development, 61, 1842-1858.