Daniel Choe, Human Development & Family Studies

Daniel Choe is an assistant professor in human ecology.

He studies the development of children’s self-regulation and externalizing behavior (e.g., aggression, hyperactivity), their complex associations with parents’ mental health and caregiving, and their contributions to the onset of psychopathology, such as child disruptive behavior disorders and maternal depression. His current research examines gene–environment interactions, neural threat circuitry, and parenting and neighborhood contributions to the development of antisocial behavior during the first two decades of life.

Learn more about Daniel Choe at his faculty webpage.