Amy E Learmonth
Professor • Department of
My professional interests follow a fascination with how differently small children see and think about the world. All of my research reflects this interest.
Cognitive development, imitation, spatial ability, autism
A dissociation between recognition and reactivation: The renewal effect at 3 months of age; , Developmental psychobiology; Volume
Comparison of Imitation from Screens between Typically Developing Preschoolers and Preschoolers with ASD ; , Journal of Cognitive Education and Psychology; 2019
Deconstructing the reactivation of imitation in young infants; , Developmental psychobiology; Volume
Speed and accuracy of reorientation from a bird’s eye view: Does the type of spatial information matter?; Learning and Motivation; Volume
Nurse Managers Leading the Way: Reenvisioning Stress to Maintain Healthy Work Environments; Volume
Worried about your toddler right now? Take a deep breath
Discussion of toddler development during the pandemic
How COVID-19 Could Affect Kids’ Long-Term Social Development
How to provide for socialization with social distancing
An online panel discussion with a Montessori school director, a parent, a child development expert and an adolescent development expert covering issues of how to help our children's social development while social distancing.
I’m Lonely | Could Social Distancing Make Your Kids & Teens Socially Distant?
What is social isolation doing to our brains
A moderated panel discussion with three participants.
Notable Courses Taught
General Psychology, Lifespan Development, Applied Statistics, Research Methods, Cognitive Science Thesis and Cognitive Science Seminar Courses