135 Holmes Hall
B.A., Psychology, The College of New Jersey
M.A., Experimental Psychology, Kent State University
Ph.D., Experimental Psychology, Kent State University
Development of metacognition, an individual's reflective awareness of their own thinking and knowledge, in childhood. Specifically, children's overconfidence in their cognitive abilities.
Lipko, A.R., Dunlosky, J., Lipowski, S.L., & Merriman, W.E. (2012). Young children are not underconfident with practice: The benefit of ignoring a fallible memory heuristic. Journal of Cognition
and Development, 13(2), 174-188.
Dunlosky, J., Hartwig, M., Rawson, K.A., Lipko, A.R. (2011). Improving college students' evaluation of text learning using idea-unit standards. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 64 (3), 467–484.
Lipko, A.R., Dunlosky, J., Hartwig, M., Rawson, K.A., Swan, K., & Cook, D.L. (2009). Using standards to improve middle-school students’ accuracy at evaluating the quality of their recall. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 15, 307-318.
Lipko, A.R., Dunlosky, J., & Merriman, W.E. (2009). Persistent overconfidence despite practice: The role of task experience in preschoolers’ recall predictions. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 103, 152-166.
Merriman, W.E., Lipko, A.R., & Evey, J.A. (2008). How young children judge whether a word is one they know: A dual criterion account. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 101, 83-98.
Merriman, W.E. & Lipko, A.R. (2008). A dual criterion account of the development of linguistic judgment in early childhood. Journal of Memory and Language, 58, 1012-1031.
Dunlosky, J., & Lipko, A.R. (2007). Metacomprehension: A brief history and how to improve its accuracy. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 16(4), 228-232.
Academic Advisement Award, The College at Brockport, University Wide Award
Pre-Tenure Grants Development Award ($2000) – The College of Brockport, Grants Development Office
UUP Individual Development Grant
Reuter Fellowship in Developmental Science, Kent State University
Teaching Fellow, Graduate Assistant Orientation Program, Kent State University
|Courses:||PSH 110 - Principles of Psychology
PSH 384 - Child Psychology
PSH 446/546 - Cognitive Development