Publications


Books/Thesis and Edited Volumes

  • Jun, Sun-Ah (2014) Editor. Prosodic Typology II: The Phonology of Intonation and Phrasing. Oxford University Press.
  • Hudson, M. Endo, Sun-Ah Jun, Peter Sells, Patricia M. Clancy, Shoichi Iwasaki, & Sung-Ock. Sohn (2008). Editors. Japanese/Korean Linguistics 13 . Stanford: CSLI.
  • Jun, Sun-Ah (2005) Editor. Prosodic Typology: The Phonology of Intonation and Phrasing. Oxford University Press.
  • Jun, Sun-Ah (1996) The Phonetics and Phonology of Korean Prosody: intonational phonology and prosodic structure, Garland Publishing Inc., New York : NY.
  • Lee, Sook-hyang & Sun-Ah Jun (1994) Editors. Working Papers in Linguistics 43, Dept. of Linguistics, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio.
  • Jun, Sun-Ah (1993) The Phonetics and Phonology of Korean Prosody. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation. The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio.
  • Jun, Sun-Ah (1984) A Study on the easy-to Construction. Unpublished MA thesis. Chonnam National University, Kwangju, Korea.

Papers in Journal and Book Chapters

  1. Jun, Sun-Ah & Cha, Jihyeon (2015) “High-toned [il] in Korean: Phonetics, Intonational Phonology, and Sound Change. Journal of Phonetics 51, 93-108.
  2. Jun, Sun-Ah & Bishop, Jason (2015), “Priming Implicit Prosody: Prosodic boundaries and individual differences”. Language and Speech. DOI: 10.1177/0023830914563368
  3. Jun, Sun-Ah & Jason Bishop (2015), “Prominence in Relative Clause Attachment: Evidence from Prosodic Priming”. In Lyn Frazier & Edward Gibson (eds.) Explicit and implicit prosody in sentence processing: Studies in honor of Janet Dean Fodor. Vol. 46 of the Studies in Theoretical Psycholinguistics. Springer. pp. 217-240.
  4. Delais-Roussarie, E., Post, B., Avanzi, M., Buthke, C., Di Cristo, A., Feldhausen, I., Jun, S.-A., Martin, P., Meisenburg, T., Rialland, A., Sichel-Bazin, R., & Yoo, H.-Y., “Intonational Phonology of French: Developing a ToBI system for French” (2015) Sonia Frota and Pilar Prieto (eds.) Intonation in Romance. Oxford University Press.
  5. Huang, Becky & Sun-Ah Jun (2014) “Age matters, and so may raters: Rater differences in the assessment of foreign accents in age of learning research”, Studies in Second Language Acquisition 37. doi:10.1017/S0272263114000576
  6. Jun, Sun-Ah (2014) “Prosodic Typology: By Prominence Type, Word Prosody, and Macro-rhythm”, in Sun-Ah Jun (ed.) Prosodic Typology II: The Phonology of Intonation and Phrasing. Oxford University Press.
  7. Jun, Sun-Ah and Janet Fletcher (2014) “Methodology of Studying Intonation: From Data Collection to Data Analysis”, in Sun-Ah Jun (ed.) Prosodic Typology II: The Phonology of Intonation and Phrasing. Oxford University Press.
  8. Vicenik, Chad and Sun-Ah Jun (2014) “An Autosegmental-Metrical Analysis of Georgian Intonation”, in Sun-Ah Jun (ed.) Prosodic Typology II: The Phonology of Intonation and Phrasing. Oxford University Press.
  9. Huang, Becky H. and Sun-Ah Jun (2011) “The effect of age on the acquisition of second language prosody”, Language and Speech. 54(3), 387-414.
  10. Jun, Sun-Ah (2010) “The Implicit Prosody Hypothesis and Overt Prosody in English”, Language and Cognitive Processes 25(7): 1201-1233.
  11. Shue, Yen-Liang, Stefanie Shattuck-Hufnagel, Markus Iseli, Sun-Ah Jun, Nanette Veilleux and Abeer Alwan (2010) “On the acoustic correlates of high and low nuclear pitch accents in American English”, Speech Communication. 52 (2): 106-122.
  12. Jun, Sun-Ah (2010) “Outline of K-ToBI” in Shuichi Itahashi and Chiu-yu Tseng (eds.), Computer Processing of Asian Spoken Languages. Consideration Books, c/o The Americas Group, Los Angeles, CA. U.S.A. Pp. 288-291.
  13. Oh, Janet, S, Terry K-f. Au, & Sun-Ah Jun (2009) “Early Childhood Language Memory in the Speech Perception of International Adoptees”, Journal of Child Language 36: 1-10.
  14. Jun, Sun-Ah (2009) “Prosody in Sentence Processing”, in P. Li (General Ed.), Handbook of East Asian Psycholinguistics, Part III: Korean Psycholinguistics (C. Lee, G. Simpson, & Y. Kim, Eds.). London: Cambridge University Press. Pp.423-432.
  15. Kim, Jieun and Sun-Ah Jun (2009) “Prosodic Structure and Focus Prosody of South Kyungsang Korean” Language Research 45.1: 43-66.
  16. Au, Terry K-f., Janet S. Oh, Leah M. Knightly, Sun-Ah Jun, and Laura Romo (2008) “Salvaging a Childhood Language”, Journal of Memory and Language 58: 998-1011.
  17. Jun, Sun-Ah (2007) “The Intermediate Phrase in Korean Intonation: Evidence from Sentence Processing”, in Tones and Tunes: Studies in Word and Sentence Prosody, eds. by C. Gussenhoven and T. Riad. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. pp. 143-167.
  18. Jun, Jongho, Jungsun Kim, Hayoung Lee, and Sun-Ah Jun (2006) “The Prosodic Structure and Pitch Accent of Northern Kyungsang Korean”, Journal of East Asian Linguistics 15(4): 289-317.
  19. Jun, Sun-Ah, Hee-Sun Kim, Hyuck-Joon Lee, and Jong-Bok Kim (2006) “An experimental study on the effect of argument structure on VP focus”, Korean Linguistics 13: 89-112.
  20. Jun, Sun-Ah (2005) “Prosodic Typology” in Sun-Ah Jun (ed.) Prosodic Typology: The Phonology of Intonation and Phrasing. pp. 430-458. Oxford University Press.
  21. Jun, Sun-Ah (2005) “Korean Intonational Phonology and Prosodic Transcription” in Sun-Ah Jun (ed.) Prosodic Typology: The Phonology of Intonation and Phrasing. pp.201-229. Oxford University Press.
  22. Knightly, Leah, M., Sun-Ah Jun, Janet S. Oh, & Terry Kit-fong Au (2003) “Production benefits of childhood overhearing”, Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 114(1): 465-474.
  23. Jun, Sun-Ah (2003) “Prosodic Phrasing and Attachment Preferences”, Journal of Psycholinguistic Research 32(2) pp. 219-249.
  24. Oh, Janet, S., Sun-Ah Jun, Leah M. Knightly, & Terry K-f. Au (2003) “Holding on to Childhood Language Memory”, Cognition 86(3): 53-64.
  25. Jun, Sun-Ah (2003) “Intonation”, in Nadel , L. (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Cognitive Science. Vol. 2, pp. 618-624. London: Nature Publishing Group.
  26. Au, Terry Kit-fong, Leah M. Knightly, Sun-Ah Jun, & Janet S. Oh (2002) “Overhearing a Language during Childhood”, Psychological Science. 13: 238-243. *Reprinted in: Robinson-Riegler, B. & Robinson- Riegler, G. L. (Eds.) (2003). Readings in Cognitive Psychology: Applications, Connections, and Individual Differences. Boston: Allyn and Bacon.
  27. Jun, Sun-Ah & Cécile Fougeron (2002) “The Realizations of the Accentual Phrase in French Intonation”, Probus 14:147-172, a special issue on Intonation in the Romance Languages. Ed. by J. Hualde.
  28. Schafer, Amy & Sun-Ah Jun (2002) “Effects of Accentual Phrasing on Adjective Interpretation in Korean”, in M. Nakayama (ed.), East Asian Language Processing, Stanford, CSLI. pp.223-255.
  29. Cho, Taehong, Sun-Ah Jun & Peter Ladefoged (2002) “Acoustic and aerodynamic correlates of Korean stops and fricatives”, Journal of Phonetics 30(2), 193-228.
  30. Cho, Taehong, Sun-Ah Jun, & Peter Ladefoged (2001) “The vowels of Cheju”, Korean Journal of Linguistics (‘Eon-eo’). 26(4), 801-819. (Published by the Linguistic Society of Korea)
  31. Schafer, Amy & Sun-Ah Jun (2000) “Prosody in Spoken Language Processing”, Journal of the Acoustical Society of Korea, Vol. 19, No. 1(s), 7-10.
  32. Jun, Sun-Ah & Cécile Fougeron (2000) “A Phonological Model of French Intonation”, in Intonation: Analysis, Modeling and Technology, ed. by Antonis Botinis. Kluwer Academic Publishers. pp.209-242.
  33. Sun-Ah Jun (2000) “K-ToBI (Korean ToBI ) labelling conventions: Version 3”, Speech Sciences, 7, 143-169. [Version 3.1 is published in UCLA Working Papers in Phonetics. 99: 149-173].
  34. Cho, Taehong, Sun-Ah Jun & Peter Ladefoged (2000) “An acoustic and aerodynamic study of consonants in Cheju”, Speech Sciences. 7, 109-142 [also in UCLA Working Papers in Phonetics, 98, 54-80].
  35. Jun, Sun-Ah (1998) “The Accentual Phrase in the Korean prosodic hierarchy”, Phonology. 15.2:189-226
  36. Fougeron, Cécile & Sun-Ah Jun (1998) “Rate Effects on French Intonation: Phonetic Realization and Prosodic Organization” Journal of Phonetics. Vol. 26 (1): 45-70
  37. Jun, Sun-Ah and Mary Beckman, Seiji Niimi & Mark Tiede (1997) “Electromyographic evidence for a gestural -overlap analysis of vowel devoicing in Korean”, in Speech Sciences. Vol. 1, pp.153-200, Seoul, Korea. [Also in UCLA Working Papers in Phonetics, 96: 1-42]
  38. Jun, Sun-Ah & Mira Oh (1996) “A Prosodic analysis of three types of wh-phrases in Korean”, Language and Speech 39(1): 37-61.
  39. Venditti , Jennifer, Sun-Ah Jun & Mary E. Beckman (1996) “Prosodic cues to syntactic and other linguistic structures in Japanese, Korean, and English” in J. Morgan and K. Demuth (eds.) Signal to Syntax. pp. 287-311, Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc., Inc.
  40. Jun, Sun-Ah (1995) “Asymmetrical prosodic effects on the laryngeal gesture in Korean” in B. Connell and A. A rvaniti (eds.) Phonology and phonetic evidence: Papers in Laboratory Phonology IV: 235-253, Cambridge University Press, England.
  41. Jun, Sun-Ah & Mira Oh (1995) “The prosodic domain of Spirantization and /s/- palatalization ”, Linguistics in the Morning Calm. vol. 3: 315-325.
  42. Jun, Sun-Ah (1992) “The Domain of Nasalization and the Prosodic Structure in Korean” in Ho-Min Sohn (ed.) Korean Linguistics 7. pp 11-29. Hanshin Publishing Co., Seoul, Korea.
  43. Beckman, Mary, Ken de Jong, Sun-Ah Jun, & Sook-hyang Lee (1992) “The Interaction of Coarticulation and Prosody in Sound Change,” Language and Speech 35(1, 2). pp. 45-58.
  44. Jun, Sun-Ah (1986) “Syntactic Analysis of the easy-to construction”, OhakKyoyuk (Language Teaching and Learning). Vol. 16, pp. 113-132, Language Research Center, Chonnam National University, Kwangju, Korea.

Papers in Conference Proceedings

  1. Harris, J., Jun, S.-A., & Royer, A. (2016) “Implicit prosody pulls its weight: Recovery from garden path sentences”, in the Proceedings of 8th Speech Prosody International Conference, Boston, MA.
  2. Bishop, Jason, Adam Chong, & Sun-Ah Jun (2015). “Individual Differences in Prosodic Strategies to Sentence Parsing”, in the Proceedings of the International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Glasgow, UK.
  3. Jun, Sun-Ah & Bishop, Jason (2014). “Implicit prosodic priming and autistic traits in relative clause attachment”, in the Proceedings of the 7th Speech Prosody International Conference, Dublin, Ireland
  4. Ipek, Canan & Sun-Ah Jun (2014). “Distinguishing Phrase-Final and Phrase-Medial High Tone on Finally Stressed Words in Turkish”, in the Proceedings of the 7th Speech Prosody International Conference, Dublin, Ireland
  5. Ipek, Canan and Sun-Ah Jun (2013) “Towards a Model of Intonational Phonology of Turkish: Neutral Intonation”, in the Proceedings of Meeting on Acoustics (POMA), vol. 9, pp.060230-069238.
  6. Jun, Sun-Ah (2012) “Prosodic Typology Revisited: Adding Macro-rhythm”, in the Proceedings of Speech Prosody, 6th international conference, Shanghai, China.
  7. Jun, Sun-Ah and Jihyeon Cha (2011) “High-toned [il] in Seoul Korean intonation”, in the Proceedings of the 17th ICPhS, Hong Kong, China.
  8. Jun, Sun-Ah (2011) “Prosodic Markings of Complex NP Focus, Syntax, and the Pre-/Post-Focus String”. In the Proceedings of the 28th West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics (WCCFL) (eds. by Mary Byram Washburn, Katherine McKinney-Bock, Erika Varis, Ann Sawyer, and Barbara Tomaszewicz), pp. 214-230, Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Proceedings Project. www.lingref.com, document #2454.
  9. Oh, Janet S., Terry Au, and Sun-Ah Jun (2009) “The Nature of Childhood Language Memory: Korean Adoptees Learning Korean as Adults”, Proceedings (of 33rd Boston University Conference on Language Development (BUCLD), edited by Jane Chandlee, Michelle Franchini, Sandy Lord, and Gudrum-Marion Rheiner. pp. 391-397. Cascadilla Press. Somerville, MA.
  10. Huang, Becky H. and Sun-Ah Jun (2009) “Age Effect on the Acquisition of Second Language Prosody”, Online Supplement to Proceedings of the 33rd Boston University Conference on Language Development (BUCLD), edited by Jane Chandlee, Michelle Franchini, Sandy Lord, and Marion Rheiner, March 2009
  11. Jun, Sun-Ah and Chisato Koike (2008) “Default Prosody and Relative Clause Attachment in Japanese”, Japanese-Korean Linguistics 13, pp.41-53. Stanford: CSLI.
  12. Shue, Yen-Liang, Stefanie Shattuck-Hufnagel, Markus Iseli, Sun-Ah Jun, Nanette Veilleux and Abeer Alwan (2008) “Effects of Intonational Phrase Boundaries on Pitch-Accented Syllables in American English”, Proceedings of ICSLP 2008, Brisbane, Australia.
  13. Jun, Sun-Ah and Molly Shilman (2008) “Default Phrasing and English Relative Clause Attachment Data”, Proceedings in Speech Prosody 2008, Campinas, Brazil.
  14. Jun, Sun-Ah and Hee-Sun Kim (2007) “VP Focus and Narrow Focus in Korean”, Proceedings of 2007 International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS), Saarbruecken, Germany.
  15. Kim, Hee-Sun, Sun-Ah Jun, Hyuck-Joon Lee, and Jong-Bok Kim (2006) “Argument Structure and Focus Projection in Korean”, Proceedings of Speech Prosody 2006, Dresden, Germany.
  16. Jun, Sun-Ah (2006) “Intonational Phonology of Seoul Korean Revisited”, Japanese-Korean Linguistics 14, Stanford: CSLI. pp.15-26. [Also printed in UCLA Working Papers in Phonetics, #104 , pp.14-25, 2005]
  17. Jun, Sun-Ah (2006) “Phonological Development of Korean: A Case Study”, in Harvard Studies in Korean Linguistics XI, edited by S. Kuno, I-H Lee, J. Whitman, J. Maling, Y-S. Kang, P. Sells, and H-S. Sohn, pp.17-33. Hanshin Publishing Company, Korea.
  18. Arbisi-Kelm, Timothy and Sun-Ah Jun (2005) “A comparison of disfluency patterns in normal and stuttered speech” in Proceedings of Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech Workshop, Aix-en Provence, France.
  19. Jun, Sun-Ah and Sahyang Kim (2004) “Default phrasing and attachment preference in Korean”, Proceedings of the INTERSPEECH-ICSLP (International Conference on Spoken Language Processing), Jeju, Korea.
  20. Jun, Jongho, Jungsun Kim, Hayoung Lee, Sun-Ah Jun (2004) “The prosodic structure of Northern Kyungsang Korean”, Proceedings of Speech Prosody 2004. Nara, Japan.
  21. Jun, Sun-Ah (2003) “The effect of phrase length and speech rate on prosodic phrasing”, in the Proceedings of the ICPhS, Barcelona, Spain. August 2-9, 2003.
  22. Jun, Sun-Ah & Chisato Koike (2003) “Prosody and Attachment Preference in Japanese: Production and Perception”, in the Proceedings of the International Workshop on Prosodic Interfaces. Nantes, France, March 27-29, 2003.
  23. Jun, Sun-Ah (2002) “Syntax over Focus”, Proceedings of International Conference on Spoken Language Processing (ICSLP). John, H.L. Hansen & Bryan Pellom (eds.), pp.2281-2284, Denver, Colorado.
  24. Oh, Janet. S., Terry K. Au, & Sun-Ah Jun (2001). “Benefits of Childhood Language Experience for Adult L2-learners’ Phonology.” Boston University Conference on Language Development.
  25. Cho, Taehong & Sun-Ah Jun (2000) “Domain-initial strengthening as enhancement of laryngeal features: Aerodynamic evidence from Korean”, in J. Boyle, J-H. Lee, and A. Okrent (eds.), Chicago Linguistic Society 36 [also in UCLA Working Papers in Phonetics. 99:57-69].
  26. Jun, Sun-Ah, Sook-hyang Lee, Keeho Kim & Yong-Ju Lee (2000) “Labeler Agreement in Transcribing Korean Intonation with K- ToBI”, Proceedings of International Conference on Spoken Language Processing (ICSLP), vol. 3, III, 211-214, Beijing, China
  27. Jun, Sun-Ah & Mira Oh (2000) “Acquisition of 2nd Language Intonation”, Proceedings of International Conference on Spoken Language Processing, vol. 4. 76-79, Beijing, China.
  28. Baltazani, Mary & Sun-Ah Jun (1999) “Focus and Topic intonation in Greek”, in the Proceedings of 14th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS), S. F., CA. pp. 1305-1308
  29. Fosnot, Susan & Sun-Ah Jun (1999) “Prosodic Characteristics in Children with Stuttering or Autism during Reading and Imitation”, in the Proceedings of 14th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, S. F., CA. pp.1925-1928
  30. Jun, Sun-Ah & Hyuck-Joon Lee (1998) “Phonetic and Phonological markers of Contrastive Focus in Korean”, in Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Spoken Language Processing, Vol. 4, p. 1295-1298, Sydney, Australia.
  31. Ueyama , Motoko & Sun-Ah Jun (1998) “Focus realization in Japanese English and Korean English intonation”, vol. 7: 629-645, CSLI. Cambridge Univ. Press.
  32. Jun, Sun-Ah & Gorka Elordieta (1997) “Intonational structure of Lekeitio Basque”, in Intonation: Theory, Models, and Applications, pp. 193-196.
  33. Jun, Sun-Ah & Cécile Fougeron (1995) “The accentual phrase and the Prosodic structure of French”, in the Proceedings of XIIIth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences.Vol. 2: 722-725. Stockholm, Sweden.
  34. Fougeron, Cécile & Sun-Ah Jun (1995) “Properties of French intonation at fast speech rate”, in the Proceedings of XIIIth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. Vol. 3:488-491. Stockholm, Sweden.
  35. Jun, Sun-Ah & Mary Beckman (1994) “Distribution of Devoiced High Vowels in Korean,” in the Proceedings of the International Conference on Spoken Language Processing, Volume 2: 479-482
  36. Jun, Sun-Ah (1994) “The Status of Lenis Stop Voicing Rule in Korean,” in Y.-K. Kim-Renaud (ed.) Theoretical Issues in Korean Linguistics; pp. 101-114, CSLI, Stanford University Press.
  37. Jun, Sun-Ah & Mira Oh (1994) “A Prosodic Analysis of Three Sentence Types with “wh” words in Korean,” in the Proceedings of the International Conference on Spoken Language Processing, Volume 1: 323-326.
  38. Jun, Sun-Ah (1990) “The Prosodic Structure of Korean – in terms of voicing ,” in E-J. Baek (ed.) Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Korean Linguistics. Vol. 7: 87-104, Univ. of Toronto Press.
  39. Jun, Sun-Ah (1989) “The Accentual Pattern and Prosody of Chonnam Dialect of Korean,” in S. Kuno et al. (eds.) Harvard Studies in Korean Linguistics. III. pp. 89-100. Harvard Univ. Cambridge, Mass.

Papers in Working Papers and unpublished manuscripts

  1. Jun, Sun-Ah, Chad Vicenik, and Ingvar Lofstedt (Sept. 2007) “Intonational Phonology of Georgian”, UCLA Working Papers in Phonetics 106: 41-57.
  2. Jun, Sun-Ah (2005) “Intonational Phonology of Seoul Korean Revisited”, UCLA Working Papers in Phonetics 104:14-25.
  3. Jun, Sun-Ah (2005) “Prosody in Sentence Processing: Korean vs. English”, UCLA Working Papers in Phonetics 104: 26-45.
  4. Au, Terry King-fong, Leah M. Knightly, Sun-Ah Jun & Janet S. Oh (2002) “Overhearing a Language During Childhood”, UCLA Working Papers in Phonetics 101: 84-98.
  5. Oh, Janet, Sun-Ah Jun, Leah M. Knightly, & Terry Kit- fong Au (2002) “Early Language Experience: Are There Lasting Benefits?” UCLA Working Papers in Phonetics, 101: 99-111.
  6. Jun, Sun-Ah (2000) “Korean ToBI, Version 3”, UCLA Working Papers in Phonetics. 99: 149-173
  7. Cho, Taehong & Sun-Ah Jun (2000) “Domain-initial strengthening as enhancement of laryngeal features: Aerodynamic evidence from Korean”, UCLA Working Papers in Phonetics. 99:57-69
  8. Cho , Taehong, Sun-Ah Jun, & Peter Ladefoged (2000) “Acoustic and aerodynamic correlates of Korean stops and fricatives”, UCLA Working Papers in Phonetics. 99:109-148.
  9. Cho, Taehong, Sun-Ah Jun, S. Jung & Peter Ladefoged (2000) “The vowels of Cheju”, UCLA Working Papers in Phonetics, 98, 81-94.
  10. Hsu, Chai-Shune & Sun-Ah Jun (1998) “Prosodic Strengthening in Taiwanese: Syntagmatic or Paradigmatic?”, UCLA Working Papers in Phonetics 96: 69-89
  11. Jun, Sun-Ah, Mary Beckman, & Hyuck-Joon Lee (1998) “Fiberscopic evidence for the influence on vowel devoicing of the glottal configurations for Korean obstruents”, UCLA Working Papers in Phonetics 96: 43-68
  12. Jun, Sun-Ah (1996) “Influence of microprosody on macroprosody: a case of phrase initial strengthening”, UCLA Working Papers in Phonetics 92: 97-116
  13. Beckman, Mary & Sun-Ah Jun (1996) “K-ToBI (Korean ToBI ) Labeling Convention” Version 2. Manuscript. Ohio State Univ. and UCLA.
  14. Jun, Sun-Ah (1995) “A Phonetic Study of Stress in Korean,” a poster presented at the 130th meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, Nov. 27-Dec.1, 1995, St. Louis, Mo.
  15. Jun, Sun-Ah (1994b) “The Domain of Laryngeal Feature Lenition Effects in Chonnam Korean,”in OSU Working Papers in Linguistics 43:15-29, Dept. of Linguistics, The Ohio State University.
  16. Jun, Sun-Ah (1994a) “Labial Position and Acoustics of Korean and English High Vowels,” in OSU Working Papers in Linguistics 43:70-84, Dept. of Linguistics, The Ohio State University.
  17. Jun, Sun-Ah & Islay Cowie (1994) “Interference for ‘new’ versus ‘similar’ vowels in Korean speakers of English,” in OSU Working Papers in Linguistics 43:117- 130, Dept. of Linguistics, The Ohio State University.

Dissertation

UCLA dissertations supervised

  • Tetsuo Harada (1999) The Acquisition of Segmental Timing by Children in a Japanese Immersion Program (co-chair with Marianne Celce-Murcia) [Now Associate Prof. School of Education, Waseda University, Waseda Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan; Assistant Professor in the Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures, the University of Oregon (1999-2005)]
  • Motoko Ueyama (2000) Prosodic Transfer: An Acoustic Study of L2 Japanese and L2 English (co-chair with Marianne Celce-Murcia) [Now Associate Professor, Università di Bologna (Sede di Forlì), Italy]
  • Taehong Cho (2001) Effects of Prosody on Articulation in English (co-chair with Pat Keating) [Now Prof., Dept. of English, Hanyang University, Seoul, Korea; Scientific Staff member, Max Plank Institute, Netherlands (2001-2004)]
  • Christina Foreman (2001) The Use of Contrastive Focus of High-Functioning Children with Autism . [Now Speech Pathologist in New Haven; Assistant Prof., Dept. of Communication Disorders, UMass. MA]
  • Mary Baltazani (2002) Quantifier Scope and the Role of Intonation in Greek [Now Assistant Prof. Dept. of Philology, University of Ioannina, Greece]
  • Mee-Jeong Park (2003) The Meaning of Korean Prosodic Boundary Tones (co-chair with Candy Goodwin) [Now Associate Professor, Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures, University of Hawai’i]
  • Sahyang Kim (2004) The Role of Prosodic Phrasing in Korean Word Segmentation [Now Associate Professor at Dept. of English, Hong-Ik University, Seoul, Korea; a Postdoc at Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan (2004-2006)].
  • Timothy Arbisi-Kelm (2006) An Intonational Analysis of Disfluency Patterns in the Speech of Stutterers. [Now Research Assistant, Word Learning Lab, Dept. of Communication Sciences and Disorders, Univ. of Iowa; Assistant Professor at Dept. of Communication Sciences and Disorders. Augustana College, Rock Island, IL; a postdoctoral fellow at Univeristy of Wisconsin at Madison]
  • Sameer ud Dowla Khan (2008) Intonational Phonology and Focus Prosody of Bengali [Now Assistant Professor, Dept. of Linguistic, Reed College, Portland, Oregon]
  • Molly Shilman (2008) On the Question of Accent Domains in English [Now Head of Research and Content, Consumer Financial Service Corporation]
  • Jieun Kim (2010) The Generation of Implicit Propositions in “Alleged” Korean Topics (co-chair with Russ Schuh) [Now Assistant Professor, University of Ulsan, Korea]
  • Jason Bishop (2013) Prenuclear Prominence: Phonetics, Phonology, and Information Structure [Assistant Professor, CUNY Staten Island/Graduate Center, New York]
  • Byron Ahn (2015) Giving Reflexivity a Voice: Twin Reflexives in English (co-chair with Dominique Sportiche) [Currently Assistant Professor of Linguistics in the Council of the Humanities, Princeton University]
  • Aly, Ann (in progress) Suprasegmental aspects of code-switching in Spanish-Basque bilinguals.
  • Heeju Lee (in progress; Dept. of Asian Languages and Cultures, UCLA), Acquisition of L2 Prosody and the Role of Prosody in Discourse (tentative title), (co-chair with Sung-Ock Sohn, Dept. of Asian Languages and Cultures).
  • Son, JyEun (in progress; Dept. of Spanish and Portuguese, UCLA), Acquisition of Spanish intonation by Native Speakers of Korean. co-chair with Carlos Quicoli, Dept. of Spanish and Portuguese, UCLA.

Stanford dissertation

  • Hee-Sun Kim (2004) The Use of Multiple Sources of Information in Korean Sentence Processing (co-chair with Edward Flemming, Stanford) [Now a Lecturer of Korean, Stanford University]

 

M.A Students supervised:

UCLA MA thesis

  • Zoë J. Argyrus (1996) The cross-cultural pragmatics of intonation: the case of Greek-English
  • Taehong Cho (1998) Specification of Intergestural Timing and Gestural Overlap: EMA and EPG Studies (co-chair with Donca Steriade)
  • Namhee Han (1998) A comparative acoustic study of Korean by native Korean children and Korean-American children
  • Chris La Belle (1999) A Longitudinal study of lexical and prosodic differentiation by a French/English-speaking bilingual child (1;6-2;4)
  • Hyuck-Joon Lee (1999) Tonal realization and implementation of the Accentual Phrase in Seoul Korean
  • Sahyang Kim (2001) The Interaction Between Prosodic Domain and Segmental Properties
  • Argelia Andrade (2003) Intonational Phonology of Alteño Spanish (co-chair with Bruce Hayes)
  • Barjam Patrick (2004) Intonational Phonology of Porteño Spanish
  • Christine Yu (2008) The Prosody of Second Position Clitics and Focus in Zagreb Croatian
  • Tatiana Libman (2008) A Brazilian Portuguese Intonation: A Phonological Analysis
  • Jason Bishop (2010) On the Prenuclear Realization of Second Occurrence Focus (co-chair with Daniel Buring)
  • Ann Bailey (2014) The Intonational Phonology of Miami Cuban Spanish
  • Eun Hwa Lee (2014) Speech Production and Perception of Heritage Speakers of Korean
  • Adam Royer (2016) Individual Differences in the Production and Processing of Focus Intonation.
  • Brice Roberts (2016) A Preliminary Model of Shanghainese Intonational Phonology.

Courses


  • Introduction to General Phonetics – undergraduate (Ling 103)
  • Experimental Phonetics – undergraduate / graduate (Ling104/204)
  • Phonology I – undergraduate (Ling 120A)
  • Intonation – undergraduate/graduate (Ling 111/211) – first offered in 1998
  • Survey of Phonetic Theory – graduate (Ling 203)
  • Lower Division Seminar (Ling 88A, Ling 191A)
    • Korean Phonetics
    • Korean Intonation
  • Graduate Proseminar – Topics in Phonetics and Phonology (Ling 251)
    • Intonational Phonology
    • Stress, Timing and Phrasing
    • Prosodic Transfer
    • Prosody in Language Acquisition and Sentence Processing
    • Intonation and Its Linguistic Function
    • Intonational Field Methods: Farsi
    • Prosody in Disordered Speech
    • Focus and Intonation (with Daniel Buring)
    • Focus Prosody
    • Prosodic Typology
    • Intonational Field Methods: Tagalog (with Kie Zuraw)
    • Intonational Bootstrapping in Acquisition (with Megha Sundara)
    • Acquisition of L2 Prosody

At the LSA Summer Institute, UC-Santa Barbara (25 June – 3 August, 2001)
Intonation and Its Linguistic Function (Ling595EA) – seminar in Phonetics and Phonology

At the LOT Summer School 2013, University of Groningen, Groningen, the Netherlands (24-28 June, 2013)
Class 1: Prosodic Typology
Class 2: Masterclass: Prosody and Its Interface with Subareas of Linguistics

At the LSA Summer Institute, University of Chicago (July 6-31, 2015)
Ling324: Intonational Phonology and Prosodic Typology

Presenatations


Invited Talks and Lectures:

  1. Oct. 5, 2016: “Intonation and its interface with subareas of linguistics”, an Invited talk at Dept. of English Language and Literature, Chonnam National University, Kwangju, Korea.
  2. Oct. 4, 2016: “Prosody in Ambiguity Resolution: Evidence from Priming and Individual Differences”, a Colloquium talk, Dept. of Linguistics, Seoul National University. Seoul, Korea.
  3. Sept. 29, 2016: “L2 Acquisition of English Prosody: Phonetics vs. Phonology, and Lexical vs. Postlexical”, an invited talk, at Beijing Language and Culture University, Beijing, China.
  4. Sept. 24, 2016: “L2 Acquisition of English Prosod: Phonetics vs. Phonology, and Lexical vs. Postlexical”. A keynote speaker at the 5th International Conference on English Phonetics in China (EPCC 2016), Yanbian University, China.
  5. Sept. 26, 2015 “Interactions between word prosody, prominence type, and macro-rhythm”. A Keynote speaker, at the International Conference on Phonetics and Phonology 2015 (ICPP 2015), Keio University, Tokyo, Japan, Sept. 25-27, 2015.
  6. July 6-31, 2015: Taught a 4-week class, “Intonational Phonology and Prosodic Typology”, at the Summer Institute of Linguistic Society of America, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL.
  7. Feb. 28, 2015: Taught a Master Class on “Elicitation and Documentation of Intonation”, at the 4th International Conference on Language Documentation & Conservation, University of Hawai’I, Manoa, HI.
  8. Oct. 18, 2014: “Prosodic Typology”. A Keynote speaker, at the International Conference on Phonetic Research and Language Learning (ICPRLL) & English Phonetic Conference in China (EPCC), Hunan Univ., Changsha, China.
  9. April 11, 2014. “Prominence and Phrasing in Ambiguity Resolution: Evidence from Priming and Individual Differences”. A colloquium talk, Dept. of Linguistics, University of California, Santa Cruz, CA.
  10. June 24-28, 2013: Taught two classes in the LOT Summer School 2013, University of Groningen, Groningen, the Netherlands.
    Class 1: Prosodic Typology; Class 2: Master Class on Prosody and Its Interface with other sub-areas of linguistics.
  11. May 30, 2013: “Prosodic Priming and Individual Differences”. Invited talk at the Workshop on Explicit and Implicit Prosody in Sentence Processing, organized by Lyn Frazier and Edward Gibson. UMass, Amherst, MA, May 30-31, 2013.
  12. January 11, 2013: “What to Label & How to Build a ToBI Database”. Invited talk at the Workshop on Data Issues in Prosody Research, Columbia University, January 11-12, 2013.
  13. Oct. 26, 2012: “Prosodic Priming of Relative Clause Attachment”. A colloquium talk, Dept. of Linguistics and Philosophy, MIT, Boston, MA.
  14. May 24, 2012: “The phonological Annotation of Prosody: Past, Present, and Future”. Invited speaker at the Special session of “Prosodic Annotation: Past, Present and Future”, Speech Prosody, Shanghai, May 22-25, 2012.
  15. April 13, 2012: “Prosodic Typology Based on Intonational Phonology”. A colloquium talk and also for the ToBI Workshop, Dept. of Ling, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio.
  16. March 3, 2012: “An Exception to Korean Intonational Phonology: Sociolinguistic and Phonological Factors”. A Keynote speaker, at the 18th Workshop on East Asian Languages, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA.
  17. Nov. 2, 2011: “Tone-based Macro-rhythm from the Perspective of Prosodic Typology”. Invited speaker of a special session on “Speech Rhythm in Production, Perception, and Acquisition” (organized by Amalia Arvaniti), 162nd Acoustical Society of America, San Diego, CA.
  18. Oct. 29, 2010: “Focus Domains and Focus Types: Realizations in English and Korean”. Invited speaker at the Workshop on Altaic Formal Linguistics 7, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, Oct. 29-31, 2010.
  19. Sept. 11, 2010: “New directions in the prosodic typology: Prominence types and tonal rhythm”, Keynote speaker at the Humanities of Lesser-Known 2010, the second conference in Linguistics within the Birgit Rausing Language Program, Lund University, Sweden, Sept. 10-11, 2010.
  20. Feb. 19, 2010: “Prosodic markings of complex NP focus and pre-/post-focus string”, Invited speaker of Special session: Prosody in Grammar, Acquisition and Processing, the 28th West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics (WCCFL), Univ. of Southern California, CA. Feb. 19-21, 2009.
  21. Nov. 12, 2009: “Focus Domains and Complex NP focus in Korean”, Invited speaker of 19th Japanese-Korean Linguistics Conference, Honolulu, Hawai’i. Nov.12-14, 2009.
  22. July 27, 2008: “Prosodic Structure of Korean: Adding an Intermediate Phrase”, a talk at the 2nd Workshop on Korean-ToBI (K-ToBI), Korea University, Seoul, Korea.
  23. April 25, 2008: “Focus: Domains, Types, and Realizations”, a Colloquium talk at the Dept .of Linguistics, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR.
  24. April 15, 2008: “Focus: Domains, Types, and Realizations”, a Colloquium talk at the Dept .of Linguistics, Yale University, New Haven, CT.
  25. Apr. 12, 2008: “Default Phrasing and Relative Clause Attachment”, Invited speaker, Workshop on “Prosody: Production and Perception”, organized by Michael Wagner (Cornell) and Duane Watson (Univ. of Illinois Urbana-champaign), Ted Gibson (MIT), Cornell Univ. April 12-14, 2008.
  26. Jan. 19-23, 2008: “Realizations of Focus in Korean: Focus Types and NP Focus”. Workshop on Prosody and Information Structure: Forms and Functions of Prosodic Structure. Nijmegen, The Netherlands.
  27. Sept. 14, 2007: “Defining and Explaining Prosodic Phrasing: An Overview”, an invited talk at the Workshop on Prosody, Syntax, and Information Structure 3, Indiana University. Sept. 14-15, 2007.
  28. Nov. 4, 2006: “Focus: The domain and realizations”, an invited speaker at the International Symposium in honor of Prof. Di Cristo’s retirement, Aix-en-Provence, France.
  29. June 16, 2006: “Focus in English and Korean”, a special lecture at the Annual Conference of Korean Society of Language and Information (KSLI), Kangwon National University, Chuncheon, Korea.
  30. June 21-22, 2006: “How to prepare to study abroad”, an invited talk at the Language Education Center and Department of English Language and Literature, Chonnam National University, Kwangju, Korea.
  31. Dec. 1, 2005: “The Role of Intonation in Sentence Processing”, an invited speaker of the International Symposium of Korean Language and Culture, Choongnam National University, Daejeon, Korea, Dec. 1-3, 2005.
  32. Nov. 30, 2005: “How to write academic papers in English”, “Preparing for Admission to a graduate program in the States”, invited talks at the Language Education Center, Chonnam National University, Kwangju, Korea.
  33. Nov. 28, 2005: “Implicit Prosody Hypothesis and the Intermediate Phrase in Korean Intonation”, at the department of Linguistics, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea.
  34. Aug. 7, 2005: “Phonological Development of Korean: a case study”, an invited speaker at the 11th meeting of the Harvard International Symposium on Korean Linguistics (Harvard-ISOKL), Aug. 5-7, 2005, Boston, MA.
  35. Nov. 6, 2004: “Intonational Phonology of Korean Revisited”, an invited speaker at the 14th Japanese-Korean Linguistics f, Tucson, Arizona. Nov. 5-7, 2004.
  36. Sept 10, 2004: “The Intermediate Phrase in Korean Intonation: Evidence from Sentence Processing Data”, an invited speaker at the International Conference on Tone and Intonation in Europe, Santorini, Greece. Sept. 9-11, 2004.
  37. May 10, 2004: “Default Phrasing and Attachment Preferences in Japanese and Korean”, Dept. Colloquium talk at the Dept. of Linguistics, UCSD, San Diego, CA.
  38. April 29, 2003: “Prosody and Attachment Resolution” an invited talk at Berkeley Bonwit-Heine Lecture series, Berkeley, CA
  39. April 25, 2002: “Default Phrasing and Attachment Preferences”, Colloquium talk at the Dept. of Linguistics, University of California Santa Barbara . Santa Barbara, CA.
  40. March 21, 2002: “Factors Affecting Prosodic Phrasing: Syntax over Focus”, an Invited talk at the 15th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, CUNY Graduate School and University Center. March 21-23, 2002.
  41. July 20, 2001: “Focus, Phrasing and Scope”. Invited talk at the Workshop on Topic, Focus and Intonation. UC, Santa Barbara, in conjunction with the 2001 LSA Summer Institute.
  42. June 25 – Aug. 3, 2001: “Intonation and its linguistic function ”, 6 week lectures at the Summer Institute of Linguistic Society of America, UCSB, Santa Barbara, CA.
  43. May 10, 2001: “Intonation and Prosodic Phonology”; “Accentual Phrasing and Sentence Processing in Korean”, invited talks at the Department of Linguistics (Prof. Leben’s class and Phonolgoy Workshop), Stanford University.
  44. July 14, 2000: “Accentual Phrasing in Sentence Processing” at the International Conference on Korean Linguistics, Prague, the Czech Republic (could not attend).
  45. July 7, 2000: “Prosody in Sentence Processing”. A keynote speaker at the Acoustical Society of Korea. Korea (could not attend).
  46. Aug. 2, 1999: “Effects of Accentual Phrasing on Adjunct Attachment in Korean”, at the International East Asian Psycholinguistics Workshop. Columbus, Ohio. (with Amy Schafer).
  47. Aug. 1, 1999: “Korean ToBI: phonetic and phonological tone tiers”, at the Workshop on Intonation: Models and ToBI Labelling, a satellite meeting of the XIVth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, San Francisco, CA.
  48. Sept. 8, 1998: “Intonational Phonology of English and Korean”, Invited talk at Chonbuk National University , Jeonju, Korea. Also in Sept. 7, 1998, at Chonnam National University , Kwangju, Korea.
  49. Sept. 4, 1998: I: “Intonational Phonology of English, Japanese, Korean, and Korean Tone and Break Indices (K- ToBI )”, II: “Review of studies related to prosody in recent American framework”, & III: K- ToBI model and its problems”. Lectures at Workshop on Korean Prosody, Taejeon , Kwangju. Sponsored by Taedeok Sori Sarang, Korea.
  50. Aug. 22, 1998: “K-ToBI and Intonational Phonology of English, Japanese, and Korean”, lectures at K-ToBI Workshop, Seoul, Korea. Sponsored by Korean Association of Speech Science and Korean Phonology Circle.
  51. May 11, 1998: “Intonational Phonology of Korean and French”, Dept. Colloquium talk, Dept. of Linguistics. UC Berkeley.
  52. Feb. 25, 1997: “What is Prosody?”, an invited talk at the Speech Lab, Department of Electrical Engineering, UCLA.
  53. Sept. 15, 1994: “Is it possible to pronounce a correct English as a Korean speaker ?”, an invited talk at the Chonnam National University, Korea.
  54. Jan. 6, 1994: “The Prosodic Structure of Korean”, an invited talk at the Haskins Laboratories, Connecticut.
  55. Jan. 5, 1994: “The Prosodic Structure of Korean”, an invited talk at the Research Laboratory of Electronics at MIT, Boston, MA.
  56. Feb.20, 1993: “The domains of laryngeal feature lenition in Korean”. Dept. of Linguistics, UCLA.
  57. Feb.19, 1993: “The Intonation and the Prosodic Structure of Korean”. Dept. of Linguistics, UCLA.

Presentations at Conferences and Workshops:

  1. Harris, J., Jun, S.-A., & Royer, A. (May, 31, 2016). “Implicit prosody pulls its weight: Recovery from garden path sentences”, the 8th Speech Prosody International Conference, Boston, MA.
  2. Bishop, J., Chong, A., & Jun, S.-A. (May 28, 2015) “Prosodic phrasing and individual differences in relative clause attachment”, a poster at the ETAP (Experimental and Theoretical Advances in Prosody) 3: Prosody and Variability. Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA. May 28-30, 2015.
  3. Bishop, J., Chong, A., & Jun, S.-A. (March 20, 2015) “Explicit prosodic phrasing and individual differences in relative clause attachment”, a poster at the 28th CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, Univ. of Southern California, CA. March19-21, 2015.
  4. Bishop, J., Chong, A., & Jun, S.-A. (Jan. 2015) “Explicit prosodic phrasing in relative clause attachment”, a talk at the LSA annual meeting, Portland, Oregon.
  5. Ipek, Canan & Jun, S.-A. (July 26, 2014). “Focus Intonation in Turkish”, a poster to be presented at the 14th Conference on Laboratory Phonology, Tokyo, July 25-27, 2014.
  6. Jun, S.-A. & Bishop, J. (May 22, 2014). “Implicit prosodic priming and autistic traits in relative clause attachment”, a talk presented at the 7th Speech Prosody International Conference, Dublin, Ireland, 20-23 May, 2014.
  7. Ipek, Canan & Jun, S.-A. (May 21, 2014). “Marking Distinguishing Phrase-Final and Phrase-Medial High Tone on Finally Stressed Words in Turkish”, a poster presented at the 7th Speech Prosody International Conference, Dublin, Ireland, 20-23 May, 2014.
  8. Jun, S.-A. & Bishop, J. (March 13, 2014). “Priming Implicit Prosody and Individual Differences”, a Poster presented at the 27th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing. The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. 13-15 March, 2014.
  9. Ipek, Canan & Jun, S.-A. (March 7, 2014). “Marking prosodic prominence in Turkish”, a talk presented at the WCCFL 32 (West Coast Conference in Formal Linguistics), USC. Los Angeles, 7-9 March, 2014.
  10. Oh, Janet, Au, Terry, Lee, Rich, & Jun, S.-A. (2013) “Adopted Adults’ Access to Early Childhood Language Memory”, a poster presented at the 121st Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Honolulu, Hawai’i. July 31 – Aug.4, 2013.
  11. Delais-Roussarie, Elisabeth, Avanzi, Mathieu, Feldhausen, Ingo, Jun, Sun-Ah, & Post, Brechtje (June 24, 2013) “Comparing the encoding of prosodic events in a phonology-based and an acoustic-based transcription system”, Poster presented at a satellite workshop, “Advancing Prosodic Transcription for Spoken Language Science and Technology II”. Organized by Mariapaola D’Imperios & Martine Grice. Sponsored by the Association of Laboratory Phonology, held in conjunction with PaPI (Phonetics and Phonology in Iberia) 2013 in Lisbon, Portugal.
  12. Ipek, Canan & Jun, S.-A. (June 2-7, 2013). “Towards a Model of Intonational Phonology of Turkish: Neutral Intonation”. Poster presented at the 21st International Congress on Acoustics/165th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America/52nd Meeting of the Canadian Acoustical Association, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
  13. Au, T. K., Kwok, A. P., & Jun, S.-A. (April 2013) “Improving children’s second-language phonology”, Poster presented in the Symposium on “Wise interventions: Using Psychological Theory to Solve Problems in Child Development”, at the Society for Research in Child Development, Seattle. WA. April 18-20, 2013. (presented in April 20, 2013).
  14. Jun, S.-A. & Bishop, J. (February 8-10, 2013). “Implicit Phrasing and Prominence Influence Relative Clause Attachment: Evidence from Prosodic Priming”, Talk presented at the WCCFL 31, Arizona State University. AZ.
  15. Jun, S.-A. & Bishop, J. (January 5, 2013). “Prosodic Priming in Relative Clause Attachment”, Talk presented at the Linguistic Society of America, Boston, MA.
  16. Huang, B. H. & Jun, S-A. (Oct. 21, 2012). “The effect of rater bias on the assessment of ultimate second language production outcomes”. Paper presented at the 31st Second Language Research Forum. Pittsburgh, PA.
  17. Jun, Sun-Ah (May 24, 2012) “Prosodic Typology Revisited: Adding Macro-Rhythm”. Poster presented at the Speech Prosody, 6th International conference, Shanghai, May 22-25, 2012.
  18. Jun, Sun-Ah and Jihyeon Cha (Aug. 18, 2011) “High toned [il] in Seoul Korean Intonation”. A talk presented in the International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS), Hong Kong, China.
  19. Jun, Sun-Ah and Jihyeon Cha (Nov. 19, 2010) “Pitch accent on “il” in Seoul Korean”. Poster presented in the Acoustical Society of America/2nd PanAmerican/Iberian Meeting on Acoustics, Cancun, Mexico.
  20. Oh, Janet, Sun-Ah Jun, Rich Lee, & Terry Oh (Sept. 8-10, 2010) “Access to Early Childhood Language Memory”. Poster presented at the VI Congrés Internacional d’Adquisició del Llenguatge (VI International Conference on Language Acquisition), Barcelona, Spain.
  21. Jun, Sun-Ah and Jason B. Bishop (May 19, 2009) “An acoustic study of /w/ in Korean”, a poster presented at the Acoustical Society of America, Portland, Oregon. 18-22 May, 2009.
  22. Huang, Becky H. and Sun-Ah Jun (April 2, 2009) “Learning Second Language Prosody: The Earlier the Better?”, a poster to be presented at SRCD Biennial Meeting Program, Denver, Colorado.
  23. Oh, Janet, Terry K. Au, and Sun-Ah Jun (Nov. 1, 2008) “The Nature of Childhood Language Memory: Korean Adoptees Learning Korean as Adults”, a talk given at the Boston University Conference on Language Development (BUCLD) 33, Boston, MA, Oct. 31-Nov.2, 2008.
  24. Huang, Becky and Sun-Ah Jun (Nov. 1, 2008) “Age Constraints on the Acquisition of Second Language Prosody”, a poster presented at the Boston University Conference on Language Development (BUCLD) 33, Boston, MA, Oct. 31-Nov.2, 2008.
  25. Shue, Yen-Liang, Stefanie Shattuck-Hufnagel, Markus Iseli, Sun-Ah Jun, Nanette Veilleux and Abeer Alwan (Sept.. 2008) “Effects of Intonational Phrase Boundaries on Pitch-Accented Syllables in American English”, a paper to be presented at the INTERSPEECH 2008: International Conference on Spoken Language Processing, Brisbane, Australia.
  26. Jun, Sun-Ah, Chad Vicenik, and Ingvar Lofstedt (July 24, 2008) “Intonational Phonology of Georgian”, a talk given at the Special Session on Phonetics and Phonology, organized by Donca Steriade, the 18th meeting of International Congress of Linguists, Seoul, Korea.
  27. Jun, Sun-Ah and Molly Shilman (May 8, 2008) “Default Phrasing and English Relative Clause Attachment Data”, a poster presented at Speech Prosody 2008, May 6-9, 2008. Campinas, Brazil.
  28. Jun, Sun-Ah and Hee-Sun Kim (August 10, 2007) “VP Focus and Narrow Focus in Korean”, a poster presented at ICPhS, Saarbruecken, Germany.
  29. Jun, Sun-Ah, Chad Vicenik, and Ingvar Lofstedt (August 5, 2007) “Intonational Phonology of Georgian”, a poster presented at the Workshop on Intonational Phonology: Understudied or Fieldwork Languages. A satellite meeting of ICPhS, Saarbruecken, Germany.
  30. Au, Terry, Janet S. Oh, Leah Mirasol Knightly, Sun-Ah Jun, and Laura Fajardo Romo (March 29-April 1, 2007) “Salvaging a Childhood Language”, a poster presented at the SRCD Biennial Meeting Program. Boston, MA.
  31. Kim, Hee-Sun, Sun-Ah Jun, Hyuck-Joon Lee, and Jong-Bok Kim (2006) “Argument Structure and Focus Projection in Korean”, a poster presented at Speech Prosody 2006, Dresden, Germany.
  32. Jun, Sun-Ah (Oct. 20, 2005) “Phonological acquisition of a Korean child: An acoustic study”, a talk given at the 150th meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 17-21 October 2005.
  33. Arbisi-Kelm, Timothy & Sun-Ah Jun (Sept. 11, 2005) “A comparison of disfluency patterns in normal and stuttered speech”, a talk given at the Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech, an ISCA Tutorial and Research Workshop, 10-12 September, 2005, Aix-en-Provence, France.
  34. Schafer, Amy and Sun-Ah Jun (March 31-April 2, 2005) “Effects of focus on prosodic cues to clause boundaries”, a poster presented at the 18th Annual CUNY Sentence Processing Conference, Tucson, Arizona.
  35. Jun, Sun-Ah & Sahyang Kim (Oct. 8, 2004) “Default Phrasing and Attachment Preference in Korean”, a poster presented at the INTERSPEECH 2004-ICSLP (International Conference on Spoken Language Processing), Jeju, Korea.
  36. Jun, Jongho, Jungsun Kim, Hayoung Lee, Sun-Ah Jun (March 24, 2004) “The prosodic structure of Northern Kyungsang Korean”, a poster presented at Speech Prosody 2004. Nara, Japan.
  37. Jun, Jongho and Sun-Ah Jun (Jan. 10, 2004) “The Prosodic Structure and Pitch Accent of Northern Kyungsang Korean ”, a talk given at the 78th Annual Meeting of 2004 Linguistic Society of America, Boston, MA.
  38. Scarborough, Rebecca & Sun-Ah Jun (Aug.8, 2003) “ Intonational Phonology and the Domain of Liaison in French”, a poster presented at the 15th ICPhS , Barcelona, Spain , August 3-9, 2003.
  39. Jun, Sun-Ah ( Aug. 3, 2003) “The effect of phrase length and speech rate on prosodic phrasing”, a talk given at the 15 th ICPhS, Barcelona, Spain . August 3-9, 2003.
  40. Jun, Sun-Ah and Chisato Koike (Aug.2, 2003) “Default Prosody and RC Attachment in Japanese”, a talk given at the 13th Japanese-Korean Linguistics Conference, East Lansing, Michigan.
  41. Oh, Janet. S., Terry K. Au, Leah Knightly, and Sun-Ah Jun (May 3, 2003), “Late Second Language Learners: What Predicts Good Outcomes?”, a talk given at the 4th International Symposium on Bilingualism, Arizona State University, April 30-May 3, 2003.
  42. Jun, Sun-Ah and Chisato Koike ( March 29, 2003), “Prosody and Attachment Preference in Japanese: Production and Perception,” a poster presented at the International Workshop on Prosodic Interfaces. Nantes, France. March 27-29, 2003.
  43. Brown, Rebecca and Sun-Ah Jun (December 2002). “ Intonational phonology and the domain of French liaison”, a poster presented at the First Joint Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America and the Iberoamerican Federation of Acoustics, and Mexican Institute of Acoustics. 2-6 December, 2002, Cancun, Mexico.
  44. Jun, Sun-Ah (Sept. 2002) “Syntax over Focus”, a poster presented at International Conference on Spoken Language Proceesing. Denver, Colorado.
  45. Oh, Janet. S., Terry K. Au, & Sun-Ah Jun (November 2001). “Benefits of Childhood Language Experience for Adult L2-learners’ Phonology.”, a poster presented at the Boston University Conference on Language Development.
  46. Schafer, Amy & Sun-Ah Jun (July 2001) “Effects of focus on prosodic reflections of phrase structure in American English”. Poster presented at the Prosody in Processing Workshop, Utrecht, Netherlands.
  47. Knightly, Leah M., Olivia Martinez, & Sun-Ah Jun (April, 2001). “Second language pronunciation: The role of childhood language experience”. Poster presented at the Society for Research in Child Development, Minneapolis, MN.
  48. Oh, Janet. S. & Sun-Ah Jun (April 2001) “Does Early Passive Exposure to a Language Help Adult Learners?”, Poster presented at the Society for Research in Child Development, Minneapolis, MN.
  49. Schafer, Amy & Sun-Ah Jun (Jan. 2001) “Effects of focus on prosodic disambiguation of PP attachment”, Talk presented at the 75th Annual Meeting of 2001 Linguistic Society of America, Washington, D.C.
  50. Jun, Sun-Ah, Sook-hyang Lee, Keeho Kim & Yong-Ju Lee (2000) “Labeler Agreement in Transcribing Korean Intonation with K- ToBI ”, ICSLP (International Conference on Spoken Language Processing), Beijing, China
  51. Jun, Sun-Ah & Mira Oh (2000) “Acquisition of 2nd Language Intonation”, ICSLP, Beijing, China
  52. Schafer, Amy & Sun-Ah Jun (June 2000) “Accentual Phrasing and Syntactic Disambiguation in Korean”, Laboratory Phonology VII. Netherlands.
  53. Jun, Sun-Ah & Mira Oh (May 2000) “Acquisition of Second Language Intonation”, Acoustical Society of America, Atlanta, Georgia.
  54. Oh, Janet, Sun-Ah Jun & Terry Au (May 2000) “Does early speaking experience in Korean help adult learners?”, Acoustical Society of America, Atlanta, Georgia.
  55. Cho, Taehong & Sun-Ah Jun (April 2000) “Enhancement of laryngeal features as domain initial strengthening in Korean: An aerodynamic evidence”, Chicago Linguistics Society.
  56. Schafer, Amy & Sun-Ah Jun (Jan. 2000) “Prosodic Phrasing Effects in Korean Sentence Comprehension”, at the 74th Annual Meeting of 2000 Linguistic Society of America, Chicago, IL.
  57. Baltazani, Mary & Sun-Ah Jun (Aug. 1999) “Focus and Topic intonation in Greek”, at the XIVth meeting of the International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, San Francisco, CA.
  58. Fosnot, Suzi & Sun-Ah Jun (Aug. 1999) “Prosodic characteristics in children with stuttering or autism during reading and imitation”, at the XIIIth meeting of the International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, San Francisco, CA.
  59. Knightly, Leah M., Sun-Ah Jun, Terry K-F. Au, & Motoko Ueyama (April 1999) “Overhearing Spanish in Childhood: Does it help adult learners sound better?”, a poster presented at 1999 Biennial meeting of Society for Research in Child Development, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
  60. Jun, Sun-Ah and Hyuck-Joon Lee (Dec. 1998) “Phonetic and Phonological markers of Contrastive Focus in Korean”, presented at the International Conference on Spoken Language Processing, Sydney, Australia.
  61. Jun, Sun-Ah and Cécile Fougeron (Sept. 1997) “A Phonological model of French intonation”, a poster presented at the ESCA Workshop on Intonation, Athens, Greece .
  62. Jun, Sun-Ah and Gorka Elordieta (Sept. 1997) “Intonational structure of Lekeitio Basque”, a poster presented at the ESCA Workshop on Intonation, Athens, Greece.
  63. Hsu, Chai-shune and Sun-Ah Jun ( Jan. 3, 1997) “Prosodic strengthening in Taiwanese: Syntagmatic or Paradigmatic ?”, at the 71st Annual Meeting of 1997 Linguistic Society of America, Chicago, IL.
  64. Jun, Sun-Ah and Christina Foreman (Dec. 1996) “Boundary tones and focus realization in African American English intonation”, at the 132nd meeting of the ASA and the 3rd joint meeting of the Acoustical Society of America (ASA) and the Acoustical Society of Japan (ASJ), Honolulu, Hawaii.
  65. Hsu, Chai-Shune and Sun-Ah Jun (Dec. 1996) “Is Tone Sandhi Domain Part of the Prosodic Hierarchy in Taiwanese?”, at the 132nd meeting of the ASA and the 3rd joint meeting of the ASA and the ASJ, Honolulu, Hawaii.
  66. Kim, Hyun-Gi, Sun-Ah Jun, and Seiji Niimi (Dec. 1996) “Acoustic and aerodynamic studies of Korean vowel devoicing”, at the 132nd meeting of the SA and the 3rd joint meeting of the ASA and the ASJ, Honolulu, Hawaii.
  67. Ueyama, Motoko and Sun-Ah Jun (Nov. 9, 1996 ) “Focus Realization of Japanese English and Korean English Intonation” at the 7th Japanese Korean Linguistics conference, Los Angeles, CA.
  68. Jun, Sun-Ah (July 1996) “Influence of microprosody on macroprosody: a case of phrase initial strengthening”, at the fifth meeting of the Laboratory Phonology conference, Evanston, IL.
  69. McDonough, Joyce and Sun-Ah Jun (July 1996) “An experimental study of oral and nasal airflow in Korean n/l sequences across various phonological boundaries”, at the fifth meeting of the Laboratory Phonology conference, Evanston, IL.
  70. Jun, Sun-Ah (Nov. 1995) “An acoustic study of Korean Stress” at the 130th meeting of Acoustical Society of America, St. Louis, Missouri.
  71. Jun, Sun-Ah and Cécile Fougeron (Aug. 1995) “The Accentual Phrase and the Prosodic Structure of French” at the XIIIth meeting of the International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Stockholm, Sweden.
  72. Fougeron, Cécile and Sun-Ah Jun (Aug. 1995) “Properties of French intonation at Fast Speech Rate” at the XIIIth meeting of the International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Stockholm, Sweden.
  73. Jun, Sun-Ah and Mary Beckman (Sept. 1994) “Distribution of Devoiced High Vowels in Korean,” at the International Conference on Spoken Language Processing, Yokohama, Japan
  74. Jun, Sun-Ah and Mira Oh (Sept. 1994) “A Prosodic Analysis of Three Sentence Types with “wh” Words in Korean,” at the International Conference on Spoken Language Processing, Yokohama, Japan.
  75. Jun, Sun-Ah (Jan. 1994) “Accentual Phrase and syntax in Korean”, at the 68th meeting of the Linguistics Society of America, Boston, MA.
  76. Jun, Sun-Ah (Aug. 1993) “Asymmetry of prosodic effects on the glottal gesture in Korean” at the Laboratory Phonology IV conference, Oxford University, England.
  77. Beckman, Mary, Jennifer Venditti, and Sun-Ah Jun (Feb. 1993) “Prosody, syntax, and other organizational structures in Japanese, Korean and English”, at the conference ‘From Signal to Syntax’, Brown University.
  78. Jun, Sun-Ah and Mary Beckman (Jan. 1993) “A gestural -overlap analysis of vowel devoicing in Japanese and Korean ,” at the 67th Linguistic Society of America, Los Angeles, CA.
  79. Jun, Sun-Ah (Aug. 1992) “The Status of Lenis Stop Voicing Rule in Korean,” presented at the 8th International Conference on Korean Linguistics, Washington, D.C.
  80. Jun, Sun-Ah and Mira Oh (July 1992) “The Domain of Spirantization and /s/- palatalization ,” presented at the 3rd Seoul International Conference on Linguistics, Seoul, Korea.
  81. Jun, Sun-Ah (Jan. 1992) “The Domain of Nasalization and the Prosodic Structure of Korean,” presented at the 66th Linguistic Society of America, Philadelphia, PA.
  82. Jun, Sun-Ah, Sook-hyang Lee, Mary E. Beckman, and Ken de Jong (Nov. 1991) “The Role of the Jaw in Consonant Articulation,” presented at the 122nd meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, Houston, Texas.
  83. Cowie, Islay and Sun-Ah Jun (May 1991) “Interference: A Study of ‘new’ vs. ‘similar’ vowels in Korean and English,” presented at the 121st meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, Baltimore, Maryland.
  84. Jun, Sun-Ah (Aug.1990) “The Prosodic Structure of Korean – in terms of voicing,” presented at the 7th International Conference on Korean Linguistics, Osaka, Japan.
  85. Jun, Sun-Ah (May 1990) “The Domain of Laryngeal Feature Effects in Chonnam Korean,” presented at the 119th meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, State College, Pennsylvania.
  86. Jun, Sun-Ah (May 1990) “Labial Position and Acoustics of Korean and English High Vowels,” presented at the 119th meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, State College, Pennsylvania.
  87. Jun, Sun-Ah (May 1989) “The Accentual Pattern and Prosody of Chonnam Dialect of Korean,” presented at the 117th meeting of the Acoustical Soc. of Am., Syracuse, New York. (A revised version was presented at the Harvard Workshop on Korean Linguistics, Cambridge, Mass. August 1989.)

Current Projects


  • Prosody in Sentence Processing
  • Developing an International Prosodic Alphabet in the AM framework (with Pilar Prieto and Jose Hualde)
  • Intonational phonology of Turkish (with Canan Ipek)
  • Korean ToBI (Tones and Break Indices) and revision of the intonation model of Seoul Korean
  • Intonational phonology of Yanbian Korean (with Xiannu Jiang)

Service


Editorial service

  • Member of the Advisory Board, Oxford Studies in Phonology and Phonetics, Oxford University Press, 2013-present
  • Associate Editor, Language and Speech, 2012-present
  • Editorial Board, Phonetica, 2009-2015
  • Editorial Board, Journal of East Asian Linguistics, 2004-2012
  • Associate Editor, Korean Linguistics, The Journal of International Circle of Korean Linguistics (ICKL), published by John Benjamins Publishing Co., 2003-2011
  • Editorial Board, Linguistics (Eon.eo.hak: The journal of Linguistic Society of Korea), 2001-present
  • Editorial Board, Studies in Phonetics, Phonology and Morphology (The journal of the Phonology-Morphology Circle of Korea), 2011-present
  • Editor, Web publication of UCLA Working Papers in Phonetics, 2005-present

Activities in Scholarly/Professional Societies

  • President, International Circle of Korean Linguistics (2014-2015)
  • Program Committee, Linguistic Society of America (Jan. 2013-Dec. 2015)
  • International Scientific or Advisory Committee:
    • Speech Prosody (in Chicago, 2010, Shanghai 2012, Dublin 2014, Boston 2016)
    • International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (2007, 2011, 2015)
    • Phonetics and Phonology and Language Contact: Contact varieties, multilingualism, and second language learning, a satellite meeting of INTERSPEECH (2013)
    • International Conference on Prosody and Iconicity (in Rouen, France, 9-10 April, 2009)
    • Workshop on Prosody and Meaning (in Barcelona, Spain, 17-18 September, 2009)
  • Technical Committee on Speech Communication, the Acoustical Society of America, 2000-2003