Patricia Reeder


Assistant Professor in Psychological Science

Patricia is the co-director of the Center for Developmental Science. She is interested in cognitive development and the mechanisms that allow children and adults to implicitly learn complex information. Most of her research focuses on language acquisition, but her ongoing work also explores probability learning, how children and adults learn multiple complex patterns simultaneously (as in multilingualism), creativity, and the psychology of video games.


B.A. Cornell University; M.A., Ph.D. University of Rochester

Courses Taught


PSY-100 (General Psychology) and PSY-235 (Adult Development)

Synonym Title Times Taught Terms Taught
PSY-234Child Development82017/FA, 2017/SP, 2016/SP, and 2015/SP
PSY-225Statistics and Research Methods II32016/FA, 2016/SP, and 2014/FA
PSY-100General Psychology32015/FA and 2014/FA
PSY-344AT:Language Develop22017/FA and 2015/SP
PSY-235Adult Development22017/SP and 2016/FA
PSY-334Adult Psychology22015/FA
PSY-209Psych of Video Games12017/JN