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Kathleen Galotti

Kathleen Galotti

  • William H. Laird Professor of Cognitive Science, Director of Cognitive Science, Cognitive Science

Education & Professional History

Wellesley College, BA; University of Pennsylvania, MA, MSE (Computer & Information Sciences), PhD.

At Carleton since 1983.

As Listed on Department Faculty Pages

Cognitive Science

Office Hours Fall 2017:  Wednesdays 2-3:30, Thursdays 9-11 am or by appointment.

Kathie teaches courses in cognitive and developmental psychology as well as introductory cognitive science.  She has also taught introductory psychology and statistics in the Psychology Department for many years. She helped establish the Cognitive Science concentration at Carleton and serves as its director. She is the author of Cognitive Psychology In and Out of the Laboratory, and Cognitive Development:  Infancy Through Adolescence, both textbooks, as well as Making Decisions in Everyday Life, a trade book, and over two dozen journal articles. Her research, focusing on reasoning and decision making and the development of these skills, has been supported by the National Institute of Health, the National Science Foundation, and the Spencer Foundation.

Kathie Galotti's faculty home page

Psychology

Office Hours - Fall 2017:  Wednesdays 2-3:30pm, Thursdays 9-11am or by appt

Kathie teaches courses in cognitive and developmental psychology as well as introductory cognitive science. She has also taught introductory psychology and statistics in the Psychology Department for many years. She helped establish the Cognitive Science concentration at Carleton and serves as its director. She is the author of Cognitive Psychology In and Out of the Laboratory, and Cognitive Development:  Infancy Through Adolescence, both textbooks, as well as Making Decisions in Everyday Life, a trade book, and over two dozen journal articles. Her research, focusing on reasoning and decision making and the development of these skills, has been supported by the National Institute of Health, the National Science Foundation, and the Spencer Foundation.

Profile updated August 18, 2017

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