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Katherine S. Choe

Associate Professor of Psychology

Julia Rogers G22
410-337-6359
katherine.choe@goucher.edu


Education

B.A., The Johns Hopkins University
M.S and Ph.D., Yale University, 2006


Areas of Scholarly Expertise and Interest

Children's Intuitive Knowledge, Causal Reasoning--Understanding Multiple States of Mind, Subjective Time Perception


Recent Publications/Presentations/Performances

Choe, K. S., Davis, J., & Cosgrove-Davies, A. (2013, May). Children's understanding of conflicting state of mind: The effects of external and self-control on an executive-fuction task. Poster presented at the 25th Annual Meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, Washington, DC.     

Choe, K. S., Wyckoff, E., Conner, H., Davis, J. Mark, R., & Abrams, A. (2013, March). Children's understanding of conflicting state of mind in morality: The effects of external and self-control. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, New York, NY.

Swisher, A, Taylor, C., Wyckoff, E. P., Williams, H. E., Postel, K. E., & Choe, K. S. (2012, April). Children's representations of time in space across development: Effects of positive and negative valences.  Paper presented  at the Goucher Hoffberger Science Talk, Baltimore, MD.

Choe, K. S., Swisher, A., Davis, J., Williams, H., Wyckoff, E., & Postel, K. (March, 2012). Children's spatial representation of time.  Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Pittsburgh, PA.                                     

Choe, K. S. & Davis, J. (2011, October). Children's concept Of time in space. Poster presented at the Biennial Meeting of Cognitive Development Soceity, Philadelphia, PA.

Choe, K. S. (in press).  Children's representation of long duration: When memory and attention in processing time. The Journal of Genetic Psychology.

Choe, K. S., Keil, F. C., & Bloom, P. (in press). Developing intuitions about how personal properties are linked to the mind and the body. Infant and Child Development.

Choe, K. S., Mazer, M., Davis, J., Parks, L., & Washington, D. (2011, August). Children's understanding  of having multiple states of mind: The effect of external and self-control. Poster presented at the 119th Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C.

Davis, J., Cosgrove-Davies, A., Kim, A., & Choe, K. S. (2011, July). Why is deadline looming: Time perception in children. Paper presented at the 3rd Annual Meeting of the Landmark Conference Summer Science Research Symposium, Baltimore, MD.

Choe, K. S., Mazer, M., Davis, J., Parks, L., & Washington, D. (2011, May). Children's representation of subjective time duration: The effect of task type and mental demands. Poster prsented at the 23rd Annual Meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, Washington, D.C.   

Apothaker, A., Siwulec, S., & Choe, K. S. (2010, July). Tangram puzzles: Exploring a mechanism for subjective time perception. Poster presentd at the 2nd Annual Meeting of Landmake Conference Summer Science Research Symposium, Huntington, PA. 

Choe, K. S., Mortenson, C., Haavik, H., & Apothaker, E. (2010, March). Completing tangram puzzles: Children's subjective time perception. Poster presentated at the Annual Meeting of Eastern Psychological Association, New York, NY.

Choe, K. S., Weissman, J., Mortenson, C., & Heilman, A. (2009, March). As time goes by: Subjective perception of time. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of Eastern Psychological Association, Pittsburgh, PA.


Funded Research

Goucher Summer Science Research Program (2011)

Goucher Summer Science Research Program (2010)


Awards/Significant Accomplishments

Goucher Grant Menotring Program (2011)
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