“Developmental Psychology is engraved in so many parts of our daily lives because it is the study of 'us'. Therefore, working with students both in and outside of classroom is a true joy for me as we develop.”
Katherine Choe is Associate Professor of psychology at Goucher College in Baltimore, Maryland. She received her PhD in Developmental Psychology from Yale University. Since her arrival at Goucher College in 2006, she has taught various levels of courses, including lifespan developmental psychology, seminar in theory of mind & intentionality, quantitative research methods, and introduction to psychology. Broadly, Dr. Choe’s research examines children’s intuitive understanding of how the world works around them. Specifically, her two lines of research pertains to children’s 1) understanding of subjective time perception and 2) concurrently having multiple states of mind.
McAfee, C. A., Wyckoff, E. P., Choe, K. S. (2018). Children's psycho‐spatial understanding of affect‐based time: The developmental trajectories of ego‐ and event‐moving perspectives. Infant and Child Development, 27(5). Doi: 10.1002/icd/2100
Choe, K., S. (2013). Children’s representation of long duration: When memory meets attention in processing time.The Journal of Genetic Psychology: Research and Theory on Human Development, 174(2), 117-136. DOI: 10.1080/00221325.2011.652994
Choe, K. S., Keil, F. C., & Bloom, P. (2012). Developing intuitions about how personal properties are linked to the mind and the body. Infant and Child Development, 21(4), 430-441. DOI: 10.1002/icd.755
Choe, K. S., Keil, F. C., & Bloom, P. (2005). Children's understanding of the Ulysses conflict. Developmental Science, 8(5), 387-392. DOI: 10.11111/j.1467-7687.2005.00486.x