Suzanne Hala

Dr Suzanne Hala

PhD, MSc, BA
Pronouns: she/her

Positions

Professor Emerita of Psychology

Faculty of Arts , Department of Psychology

Contact information

Phone number

Office: +1 (403) 220-6476

Background

Educational Background

B.A. Psychology, University of Victoria, 1978

Doctor of Philosophy Psychology, University of British Columbia, 1994

M.A. Psychology, University of British Columbia, 1989

Post Doctoral Fellow University of Cambridge, 1997

Courses

Course number Course title Semester
PSYC 451 LEC 01 01 Cognitive Development 2021
Psychology 501 Early Cogniitive Development Fall 2022

Publications

  • Source Monitoring and Executive Function in 2.5- to 3-year-olds. Suzanne Hala, Lee-Ann McKay, Alisha Brown & Valerie San Juan. Journal of Cognition and Development. (2016)
  • Contextual support facilitates recall. . Suzanne Hala, Alisha Brown, Lee-Ann McKay & Valerie San Juan. Journal of Cognition and Development. (2013)
  • Priming the meaning of homographs in typically developing children and children with autism. Suzanne Hala, Penny Pexman & Melanie Glenwright. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. (2007)
  • Three types of source monitoring by children with and without autism: The role of executive function. Suzanne Hala, Carmen Rasmussen & Annette Henderson. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. (2005)
  • The automated windows task: The performance of preschool children, children with autism, and children with moderate learning difficulties. James Russell, Suzanne Hala, & Elizabeth Hill. Cognitive Development. (2001)
  • Executive control within strategic deception. A window on early cognitive development?. Suzanne Hala & James Russell. Journal of Experimental Child Development. (1997)
  • The role of strategic planning in accessing false-belief understanding. Suzanne Hala & Michael Chandler. Child Development. (1994)
  • Fledgling theories of mind: Deception as a marker of three-year-olds' understanding of false belief. Michael Chandler, Anna Fritz & Suzanne Hala. Child Development . (1989)