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The role of online processing in young children’s ability to learn from interactive and non-interactive media

Published in Media Exposure During Infancy and Early Childhood, 2016

This chapter is about young children’ online processing of digital media.

Recommended citation: Kirkorian, H. L., Pempek, T. A., & Choi, K. (2016). The role of online processing in young children’s ability to learn from interactive and non-interactive media. In R. Barr & D. Linebarger (Eds) Media exposure during infancy and early childhood: The effect of content and context on learning and development Springer: New York, NY. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-45102-2_5

Preschoolers are more likely to direct questions to adults than to other children (or selves) during spontaneous conversational acts

Published in Proceedings of the 50th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 2018

This paper is about preschoolers’ spontaneous questions asking in a naturalistic padagogical setting.

Recommended citation: Choi, K., Lapidow, E., Austin, J., Shafto, P. & Bonawitz, E. (2018). Preschoolers are more likely to direct questions to adults than to other children (or selves) during spontaneous conversational acts. Proceedings of the 30th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Madison, WI: Cognitive Science Society. https://doi.org/10.17605/OSF.IO/TJ42H

Knowing how to fold ’em: Paper folding across early childhood

Published in Journal of Motor Learning and Development, 2018

This paper is about age-related changes in manual paper-folding across early childhood.

Recommended citation: Travers, B. G., Kirkorian, H. L., Jiang, M. J., Choi, K., Rosengren, K. S., Pavalko, P., & Jobin, P. (2018). Knowing how to fold ’em: Paper folding across early childhood. Journal of Motor Learning and Development, 6, 147-166. https://doi.org/10.1123/jmld.2016-0044

Understanding the transfer deficit: Contextual mismatch, proactive interference, and working memory affect toddlers’ video-based transfer

Published in Child Development, 2018

This paper is about underlying mechanisms of toddlers’ transfer of learning from video.

Recommended citation: Choi, K., Kirkorian, H. L., & Pempek, T. A. (2018). Understanding the transfer deficit: Contextual mismatch, proactive interference, and working memory affect toddlers’ video-based transfer. Child Development, 89, 1378-1393. https://doi.org/10.1111/cdev.12810

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Introduction to R Markdown

Presentation, , 2017

Description: Introduction to R, R Studio, R Markdown, Shiny, and some R packages (papaja, xaringan)

HD 1004: Human Development 1

Virtual Campus Lecture, Virginia Tech, Human Development and Family Science, 2018

Course Description: Basic concepts related to normal human development. Emphasis on developmental theories and principles of physical, social, and emotional growth, development, and behavior of children, individually and within families and cultures, from conception through adolesence.