Kevin Kaeochinda, PhD
Associate Professor, Psychology
Kevin Kaeochinda teaches psychology in both face-to-face, online and hybrid classes in the department of behavioral sciences. He is also the faculty advisor for the MCU chapter of Psi Chi, an international honor society in psychology. He teaches developmental psychology, cognitive processes, statistics, research methods, psychology of video games and sports psychology. His research interest is in the transition from adolescence to adulthood (emerging adulthood), multicultural families psychology including support and communication between parent-child, and cognitive psychology.
PhD, Developmental Psychology at the University of California, Riverside (2012)
MA, Developmental Psychology, University of California, Riverside (2009)
BA, Psychology, University of California, Irvine (2004)
Liran, O., Dasher, R. & Kaeochinda, K. (2019). Using Virtual Reality to Improve Antiretroviral Therapy Adherence in the Treatment of HIV: Open-label Repeated Measure Study. Interactive Journal of Medical Research. 8(2): e13698. doi: 10.2196/13698.
Chao, R.K. & Kaeochinda, K.F. (2010). Parental Sacrifice and Acceptance as Distinct Dimensions of Parental Support among Chinese and Filipino American Adolescents. In S. T. Russell, L. J. Crockett, & R. K. Chao (Eds.), Advancing Responsible Adolescent Development. Asian American Parenting and Parent–Adolescent Relationships (pp. 61-77). New York, NY, US: Springer Science + Business Media.
Kelemen, W.L., Weinberg, W.B., Alford, H.S., Mulvey, E.K. & Kaeochinda, K.F. (2006). Improving the Reliability of Event-based Laboratory Tests of Prospective Memory. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 13(6), 1028-1032.