Dr. Keri Kytola

Assistant Professor

Office: COPH 320H   |    Phone: (308) 865-8198   |    Email: kytolak@unk.edu

Dr. Keri Kytola

Courses Regularly Taught

  • Human Development
  • Experimental Child Psychology
  • Adult Development & Aging
  • Gerontology Practicum
  • Research Methods I 
  • Research Methods II
  • Psychological Inquiry

Research Interests

  • Impacts and mechanisms of metacognition on prospective memory performance across the lifespan
  • Effects of individual differences on memory and learning outcomes
  • Others’ perceptions of first-generation college students and their experiences
  • Factors related to caregivers’ knowledge and residents’ satisfaction in facilities serving older adults with and without dementia

Selected Publications

Kytola, K. L., Reese-Melancon, C., & Harrington, E. (in preparation). Self-reported strategy use among older adults for laboratory prospective memory tasks.

Koposko, J. L. & Kytola, K. L. (2021). Going the distance: Tips for successfully advising senior theses remotely. In Providing engaging, inclusive, and equitable instruction, a special e-publication to commemorate the 19th annual Teaching Matters Conference.

Reese-Melancon, C., Harrington, E., & Kytola, K. L. (2019). How did I remember to do that? Self-reported strategy use for laboratory prospective memory tasks.