Learning and Development Lab


Representative Publications (* = Indicates a Student Author)


Paik, J. H., Luong, H. N., & Morsella, E. (2011). Giving children a prefrontal cortex? Increased mental control through external cues. The Psychology of Self-Control. New York: Nova Publishers.


Paik, J.H., Gelderen, L.*, Gonzales, M.* & Jong, P.F. (2011). Cross-Cultural Differences in Early Math Skills Among the U.S., Taiwanese, Dutch and Peruvian Preschoolers. International Journal of Early Years Education.


Gonzales, M.* & Paik, J. H. (2010). Cross-Cultural Difference in Preschool Teacherís Teaching Style and Math Instruction. International Journal of Learning, 17(10), 251-264. 


Childers, J. and Paik, J.H. (2009). Korean- And English-Speaking Childrenís Use Comparison in Verb Learning. Journal of Child Language, 36, 201-221.


Paik, J. H. & Mix, K.S. (2008). Itís All Relative: Different Levels of Relational Similarity Used in Childrenís Comparisons. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 26, 495-505.


Mix, K. S. & Paik, J. H. (2008). Do Korean Fraction Names Promote Part-Whole Reasoning? Journal of Cognition and Development, 9(2), 145-170.


Paik, J. H. & Mix, K. S. (2006). Preschoolerís use of surface similarity in object comparisons: Taking context into account. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 95(3), 194-214.


Paik, J. H. & Mix, K. S. (2003). U.S. and Korean childrenís comprehension of fraction names: A re-examination of cross-national differences. Child Development, 74, 144-154.


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