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In speech communication, language users constantly change roles and thus a language user who was once a speaker is subsequently a listener and vice versa, mutually influencing each other’s utterances. In terms of cognitive mechanisms of these processes, interlocutors interactively align their representations used in production and comprehension. This shows that the link between speech perception and production is inherent in our use of spoken language. Furthermore, understanding the nature of the relationship as to how and to what extent representations are shared or separate between perception and production may shed light on speech communication more generally. However, narrowing down the nature of the link is a harder task. In the present study, we focus on the nature of the link at the level of an individual language user.
In Language, Cognition and Neuroscience

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Individual differences in plasticity in speech perception

This project examines how listeners overcome challenging conditions and what makes listeners better adapters to variability in the speech signal and cognitive load.

A longitudinal study of the acquisition of novel speech sound contrasts

This project explores how individual second language learners differ in their developmental trajectories in the acquisition of novel speech sound contrasts.

Teaching

I was a teaching assistant for the following courses:

  • Phonetics at McGill University (LING 330, Winter 2017)
  • Introduction to the Study of Language at McGill University (LING 200, Fall 2016)
  • Introduction to the Study of Language at McGill University (LING 200, Winter 2016)
  • Introduction to the Study of Language at McGill University (LING 200, Fall 2015)
  • College English at Seoul National University (2012)
  • Modern Society and Global Language at Seoul National University (2011)
  • Intensive English Course for College Students at Andong National University (2009)

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