Assistant Professor of Psychology and Human Development, Department of Psychology and Human Development
Justine Hoch is an Assistant Professor of Psychology and Human Development who studies exploratory behavior, learning, and the development of perception-action systems in early childhood.
*Hoch, J., *Ossmy, O., Cole, W.G., Hasan, S., & Adolph, K. (2021). “Dancing” together: Infant-mother locomotor synchrony. Child Development, 92, 1337-1353.
Hoch, J., Rachwani, J., & Adolph, K. (2020). Where infants go: Real-time dynamics of locomotor exploration in crawling and walking infants. Child Development, 91, 1001-1020.
Adolph, K., & Hoch, J. (2019). Motor development: Embodied, embedded, enculturated, and enabling. Annual Review of Psychology, 70, 141-164
Hoch, J., †O’Grady, S., & Adolph, K. (2019). It’s the journey, not the destination: Locomotor exploration in infants. Developmental Science, 22, e12740.
*Ossmy, O., *Hoch, J., MacAlpine, P., Hasan, S., Stone, P., & Adolph, K. (2018). Variety wins: Soccer-playing robots and infant walking. Frontiers in Neurorobotics, 12, 19.
PSY-PC 1250: Developmental Psychology