SELECTED PUBLICATIONS (visit the
Cognition in Action lab website for the complete list of publications; *indicates undergraduate student co-author)
Cho, K. W. (2021). A hack for learning math: Starting and ending on high notes to create a more pleasurable learning experience. Educational Psychology, 1-15. https://doi.org/10.1080/01443410.2021.1934404
Cho, K. W., & Serrano, D. (2020). Noncognitive predictors of academic achievement among nontraditional and traditional ethnically diverse college students.
Journal of Continuing Higher Education, 68(3), 190-206.
Cho, K. W. (2019). Exploring the dark side of exposure to peer excellence among traditional and nontraditional college students.
Learning and Individual Differences, 73, 52-58.
Cho, K. W., & *Powers, A. (2019). Testing enhances both memorization and conceptual learning of categorical materials.
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 8(2) 166-177.
Cho, K. W., Neely, J. H., Brennan, M. K., Vitrano, D., & Crocco, S. (2017). Does testing increase spontaneous mediation in learning semantically related paired associates?
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 43(11), 1768-1778.
Cho, K. W., & Neely, J. H. (2017). The roles of encoding strategies and retrieval practice in test expectancy effects. Memory,
Cho, K. W., Neely, J. H., Crocco, S., & Vitrano, D. (2017). Testing enhances both encoding and retrieval for both tested and untested items. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology,
Cho, K. W., Altarriba, J., & *Popiel, M. (2015). Mental juggling: When does multitasking impair reading comprehension? The Journal of General Psychology, 142, 90-105.
*Veltre, M., Cho, K. W., & Neely, J. H. (2014). Transfer appropriate processing in the testing effect. Memory, 23, 1229-1237.
Dr. Cho began teaching when he was a graduate student at the University at Albany. He maintains an active research laboratory at UHD conducting empirical research and supervising undergraduates on research projects. Dr. Cho is always looking for motivated undergraduates to work with in his lab. Click the More Information tab to view a selected list of his publications, along with a link to his lab’s website.