SEOUL NATIONAL UNIVERSITY
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  • Name: Choi, Naya
  • Position: Associate Professor
  • Dept.: Child Development & Family Studies
  • Major: Child Studies (Children’s Language & Cognitive Development) 

Education

  • Ph. D., Child Development and Family Studies, Seoul National University, 2007
  • M. A., Child Development and Family Studies, Seoul National University, 2001
  • B. A., Linguistics (Chinese Language & Literature Minor), Seoul National University, 1999 

Recent Publications

  • An, H., No, B., & Choi, N. (2019). Effects of child’s temperament, mother’s epistemic curiosity and child-mother exploratory interaction on child's epistemic curiosity. Journal of Cognitive Enhancememt & Intervention, 10(4), 1-28.
  • Park, S., Jang, Y., & Choi, N. (2019). The influence of mother's guidance on the languag ability of early childhoods: Focusing on the implications of language Education. Journal of Learner-Centered Curriculum and Instruction, 19(22), 345-362.
  • Choi, N., Cho, H., Kang, S., & Sheo, J. (2019). Development of young children’s English learning interest and anxiety rating scale. Journal of Early Childhood Education & Educare Welfare, 23(3), 7-38.
  • Kiaer, J., Park, M. J., Choi, N., & Driggs, D. (2019). The roles of age, gender and setting in Korean half-talk shift. Discourse and Cognition, 26(3), 279-308.
  • An, H. R. & Choi, N. (2019). Children’s evaluation of information on physical and biological phenomena: The roles of intuition and explanation. Korean Journal of Child Studies, 40(4), 179-198.
  • No, B., Jung, J., Choi, N., & Lee, K. (2019). The longitudinal effects of multicultural adolescents’appearance satisfaction and Korean language skills on school adjustment and the mediating effect of self-esteem. Family and Environment Research, 57(3), 407-417.
  • Choi, J., & Choi, N. (2019). Exploring the factors affecting the probability of addiction to digital media in te elementary 3rd graders: Focusing on executive function difficulty, pragmatical competence, and happiness. Journal of Learner-Centered Curriculum and Instruction, 19(13), 629-651.
  • Pack, Y. H., Park, J. E., Kim, D., Sheo, J., Choi, N. (2019). The mediating effect of sleep duration on the relationship between four-year-old’s electronic media usage time and third-grader’s peer attachment: Longitudinal analysis using latent variable modeling. The Journal of Korea Open Association for Early Childhood Education, 24(3), 317-338.
  • Choi, N., & Kim, S. (2019). Bilingual expectations and recognition of children by Korean mothers living in Singapore. Journal of Korean Home Management Association, 37(2), 207-220.
  • Choi, N., & Jung. S. (2019). Development and validation of Home Newspaper Utilization Scale for Elementary school students (HNUS-E). Family and Environment Research, 57(2), 225-241.
  • Kang, S., No. B., Lee, N. K., & Choi. N. (2019). Learning English at home: Young children's use of English educational media in South Korea. International Journal of Information and Education Technology, 9(5), 350-355.
  • Choi, N., Kang, S., Cho, H. J., & Sheo, J. (2019). Promoting young children's interest in learning English in EFL context: The role of mothers. Education Sciences, 9(1), 39.
  • Choi, N., No, B., Jung, S., & Lee, S. E. (2019). What affects middle school students’ English anxiety in the EFL context? Evidence from South Korea. Education Sciences, 9(1), 39, 1-11.
  • Pack, Y. H., Park, J. E., Kim, D., Sheo, J., Choi, N. (2019). The mediating effect of attentional problem on the relationship between preschool children’s educational electronic media usage time and first-grade children’s academic ability: Multigroup analysis across gender. The Journal of Korea Open Association for Early Childhood Education, 24(1), 1-23.
  • Park, J., Choi, N., Kiaer, J., & Seedhouse, P. (2019). Young children’s L2 vocabulary learning through cooking: The case of Korean EFL children. The Asian EFL Journal, 21(1), 110-139.
  • Kim. E., Kang, S., Jung, H., Lee, K., & Choi, N. (2018). The relations among middle school students’ perceived school climate, trajectories of self-resilience, and self-directed learning. Korean Journal of Educational Research, 56(4), 209-232.
  • Han, C. H., Choi, N., & Yi, S. (2018). The effects of a classical poetry program on aesthetic language expression and Chinese character recognition of four-year-old Chinese children. Korean Journal of Child Studies, 39(5), 93-109.
  • Park, J. E., Lee, J. A., Jung. H. M., Choi, N. (2018). The effects of fathers’ emotional valuation of children and parenting behaviors on children’s school readiness and executive function. Korean Journal of Child Studies, 39(5), 67-79.
  • No. B. & Choi, N. (2018). The effects of family SES on the home environment stimuli and affective parenting for linguistic and cognitive development of 5-year-olds. Journal of Learner-Centered Curriculum and Instruction, 18(20), 661-686.
  • Hong, Y. J., An. H. R., Lee, K., & Choi, N. (2018). Peer play discontinuity and school readiness in 5-year-olds: The moderating effect of social competence. The Korean Journal of the Human Development, 25(3), 133-152.
  • No, B., Park S., Choi, N., & Park, H. J. (2018). Examining developmental trajectories and predictors of early childhood externalizing behavioral problems and school adjustment: A growth mixture modeling approach. The Korean Journal of Early Childhood Special Education, 18(2), 175-201.
  • Choi, N., Jun, E. Song, J. M. (2018). Writing dictation in the first grade: Cluster predictability of mother's stress in academic guidance and writing instruction. The Korean Journal of the Human Development, 25(2), 223-247.
  • Han, C. H., Choi, N., & Yi, S. (2018). The effects of language teaching programs through Tang poems on phonological awareness of Chinese 4-year-old children. Journal of Learner-Centered Curriculum and Instruction, 18(9), 415-442.
  • Jun, E. & Choi, N. (2018). The effects of mothers' learning involvement, preschooler's self-directed learning ability and self-regulation on their math ability: Relationship with maternal achievement goal orientation. International Journal of Management and Applied Science, 4(3), 76-79.
  • Jeong, S. & Choi, N. (2018). The Structures among elementary school students' parent-child relationship, ego strength, school adaptation, self-regulated learning ability and academic achievement. The Korean Journal of Human Development. 25(1), 121-145.
  • Jeong, S. & Choi, N. (2018). The validity and norms of reading motivation scale for elementary school students. The Journal of Child Education, 27(1), 215-240.
  • Kang, S., Hong, Y., Choi, N., & Lee, K. (2017). The relationship between breastfeeding duration and preschooler problem behavior: The mediating role of cognitive development. Korean Journal of Child Studies, 38(6). 63-77.
  • Hong, Y., Kang, S., Lee, K., & Choi, N. (2017). The longitudinal effects of young children’s home environment stimuli on social competence: The mediating effects of linguistic and cognitive development. The Korean Journal of Human Development. 24(4), 161-178.
  • Jeong, S. & Choi, N. (2017). Development of reading motivation scale for elementary school students. The Journal of Elementary Education, 30(4), 151-187.
  • Cho, S., & Chio, N. (2017). The effects of children`s daily stress on their preferences for kindergarten activities and learning motivation. Journal of Future Early Childhood Education, 24(2), 261-284.
  • Han, J., & Choi, N. (2017). The effects of mothers’ play beliefs, children’s gender and home play frequency on their play preferences. Korean Journal of Child Studies, 38(2), 219-232.
  • Choi, Y,. & Choi, N. (2017). The influence of mothers' beliefs, guidance, and use of resources about emergent and conventional writing on children’s writing ability. Journal of Korean Home Management Association, 34(2), 47-61
  • Hawng, K., & Choi, N. (2017). Effects of mothers’ perceptions about early childhood English education on preschoolers’attitudes toward learning English. Journal of Early Childhood Education & Educare Welfare, 21(1), 189-211.
  • Park, S., & Choi, N. (2017). The relationships among mothers` perceptions on picture books, interactions with children through reading, and the expressive language ability of children: Comparison of regular books and E-books. Korean Society of Children's Literature & Education, 18(1), 69-91.
  • Choi, N. (2017). Development and validation of the scale on young children’s preferences for literacy activities. The Korean Journal of Human Development, 24(1), 1-23.
  • Jun, E,. & Choi, N. (2017). Cluster analysis by children’s basic learning ability and mother’s achievement expectation anxiety: Predictability of children’s self-regulation ability and mother’s learning involvement. Korean Journal of Child Education and Care, 17(1), 75-98
  • Jun, E,. & Choi, N. (2016). The relationships between physical and learning classrooms environments of early childhood institutions and children’s preferences for daily activities. Journal of Early Childhood Education & Educare Welfare, 20(4), 9-34.
  • Choi, N., & Kim, S. (2016). Factors affecting mother’s satisfaction, word-of-mouth, and repurchase intention for the complete collection and monography picture books. Korean Home Managment Association, 34(2), 95-111.
  • Sin, M., & Choi, N. (2016). The effects of mother`s academic support on children`s learning motivation and the mediating effects of children`s instrumental competence. The Journal of Child Education, 23(2), 237-256.
  • Lee, M., & Choi, N. (2016). The impact of storytelling grandmothers' story delivery capability and language teaching efficacy on Their Interactions with Young Children. The Korea Society for Children's Media, 15(1), 75-99.
  • Moon, H., & Choi, N. (2015). The effects of preschoolers' school readiness on their self-concepts and learning behaviors. Journal of Human Science, 34(1), 81-99.
  • Lee, J., & Choi, N. (2015). Young children’s reading responsiveness to the pop-up books and regular picture books. Korean Journal of Childcare and Education, 11(5), 215-235.
  • Choi, N. (2015). Development and validation of the scale on young children's preferences for daily activities in early childhood institutes. Korean Journal of Child Education and Care, 15(3), 293-320.
  • Jun, E,. & Choi, N. (2015). The relationships between home environment stimulation and kindergarteners’ school readiness : The Mediating Effect of Preschool Adjustment. Korea Journal of Child Care and Education, 94, 93-119. 

Recent Grants

  • “The Integrated 5C Child and Family Professional Training Program: Competent, Cross-disciplinary, Creative, Collaborative, and Committed” / Co-Investigator / 2016-present / National Research Foundation of Korea, Ministry of Education
  • “Life Science Strategies for Sustainable Development and Its Application to Human Ecology” / 2019 / Co-Investigator / Korea Federation of Women’s Science and Technology Associations
  • “Application of Living Industry and Scientific Technology to Improve the Quality of Life of Increasing Single Households” / 2018 / Co-Investigator / Korea Federation of Women’s Science and Technology Associations
  • “Composition of Newspaper Subscription and Utilization Scale for Families with Preschoolers and School-age Children” / 2018-2019 / Principal Investigator / Seoul National University
  • “Factors Affecting the Dictation Achievement of First Grade Elementary School Students” / 2017-2018 / Principal Investigator / Seoul National University 

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