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jungbig.jpgSe Hoon Jung

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I received a B.A. in English Language & Literature (and Applied English Linguistics as double major) from Kyung Hee University in Korea, and a M.A degree in TESOL from Michigan State University. In the SLS program, I have been working as a research assistant and Eye-tracking Lab assistant under Dr. Paula Winke.

Research Interests

My research interests revolve around second language acquisition of morphosyntax from a formal and psycholinguistic perspective. Especially I have been interested in second language processing at the sentence level, specifically in relation to some crosslinguistically variant morphosyntactic features, such as movement, cases, transitivity, and argument structures.

Presentations

Winke, P., & Jung, S. (2012, March). Using Idea Units for Evaluating Second Language Comprehension: Methodological Choices and Issues. 2012. American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL) conference. Boston, MA.

Jung, S. (January 2012). Syntactic processing of wh-constructions in English as a second and foreign language:A psycholinguistic approach. Invited talk in LLT 863 (SLA of Morphosyntax, SP12). Michigan State University.

Jung, S. (2011, October). Processing of wh-filler/gap constructs by late learners: Use of eye-tracking and moving window procedure. Second Language Research Forum (SLRF). Ames: Iowa State University. 

Jung, S., & Spinner, P. (2011, March). L2 processing of wh-movement in English by adult learners: The effect of first language and learning environment. The 11th Generative Approaches to Second Language Acquisition (GASLA). Seattle: University of Washington.