Publications

Highlights

(For a full list see below or go to Google Scholar)

Why do parents use screen media with toddlers? The role of child temperament and parenting stress in early screen use

Shin, E., Choi, K., Resor, J., & Smith, C. L.

Infant Behavior and Development (2021)

Touchscreens for whom? Working memory and age moderate the impact of contingency on toddlers’ transfer from video

Choi, K., Kirkorian, H. L., & Pempek, T. A.

Frontiers in Psychology (2021)

Observing child-led exploration improves parents' causal inferences

Choi, K., Grados, M., & Bonawitz, E.

Proceedings of the 41th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (2019)

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

Choi, K., Kirkorian, H. L., & Pempek, T. A.

Child Development, 89, 1378-1393 (2018)

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

Choi, K., Lapidow, E., Austin, J., Shafto, P. & Bonawitz, E.

Proceedings of the 40th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (2018)

Touch or watch to learn? Toddlers’ object retrieval using contingent and noncontingent video

Choi, K., & Kirkorian, H. L.

Psychological Science, 27, 726-736 (2016)

 

Full List

The impact of touchscreen interactivity on U.S. toddlers’ selective attention and learning from digital media
Kirkorian, H. L., Choi, K., Etta, R., & Yoo, S. H.
Journal of Children and Media (in press)

Why do parents use screen media with toddlers? The role of child temperament and parenting stress in early screen use
Shin, E., Choi, K., Resor, J., & Smith, C. L.
Infant Behavior and Development (2021)

Touchscreens for whom? Working memory and age moderate the impact of contingency on toddlers’ transfer from video
Choi, K., Kirkorian, H. L., & Pempek, T. A.
Frontiers in Psychology (2021)

Drawing across media: A cross-sectional experiment on preschoolers’ drawings produced using traditional versus electronic mediums.
Kirkorian, H. L., Travers, B., Jiang, M., Choi, K., Rosengren K. S., Pavalko P., & Tolkin, E.
Developmental Psychology (2020)

Observing child-led exploration improves parents’ causal inferences
Choi, K., Grados, M., & Bonawitz, E.
Proceedings of the 41th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (2019)

American parents’ active involvement mediates the impact of background television on toddlers’ play
Kirkorian, H. L., Choi, K., & Anderson, D. R.
Journal of Children and Media (2019)

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

Knowing how to fold ‘em: Paper folding across early childhood
Travers, B. G., Kirkorian, H. L., Jiang, M. J., Choi, K., Rosengren, K. S., Pavalko, P., & Jobin, P.
Journal of Motor Learning and Development, 6, 147-166 (2018)

Preschoolers are more likely to direct questions to adults than to other children (or selves) during spontaneous conversational acts
Choi, K., Lapidow, E., Austin, J., Shafto, P. & Bonawitz, E.
Proceedings of the 40th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (2018)

Associations between toddlers’ naturalistic media exposure and observed learning from screens
Kirkorian, H. L., & Choi, K.
Infancy, 22, 271-277 (2017)

The role of online processing in young children’s ability to learn from interactive and noninteractive media
Kirkorian, H. L., Pempek, T. A., & Choi, K.
R. Barr & D. Linebarger (Eds.) Media exposure during infancy and early childhood (2017)

Touch or watch to learn? Toddlers’ object retrieval using contingent and noncontingent video
Choi, K., & Kirkorian, H. L.
Psychological Science, 27, 726-736 (2016)

Toddlers’ word learning from contingent and noncontingent video on touch screens
Kirkorian, H. L., & Choi, K.
Child Development, 87, 405-413 (2016)