Sahyang Kim

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Hong-Ik University, Seoul, Seoul, South Korea 
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Sun-ah Jun grad student 2004 UCLA
 (The role of prosodic phrasing in Korean word segmentation.)
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Kim S, Kim J, Cho T. (2018) Stop voicing contrast in American English: Data of individual speakers in trochaic and iambic words in different prosodic structural contexts. Data in Brief. 21: 980-988
Kim S, Mitterer H, Cho T. (2018) A time course of prosodic modulation in phonological inferencing: The case of Korean post-obstruent tensing. Plos One. 13: e0202912
Jang J, Kim S, Cho T. (2018) Focus and boundary effects on coarticulatory vowel nasalization in Korean with implications for cross-linguistic similarities and differences. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 144: EL33
Kim S, Jang J, Cho T. (2017) Articulatory characteristics of preboundary lengthening in interaction with prominence on tri-syllabic words in American English. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 142: EL362
Tremblay A, Namjoshi J, Spinelli E, et al. (2017) Experience with a second language affects the use of fundamental frequency in speech segmentation. Plos One. 12: e0181709
Choi J, Kim S, Cho T. (2016) Effects of L1 prosody on segmental contrast in L2: The case of English stop voicing contrast produced by Korean speakers. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 139: EL76
Kim S, Cho T. (2013) Prosodic boundary information modulates phonetic categorization. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 134: EL19-25
Cho T, Kim J, Kim S. (2013) Preboundary lengthening and preaccentual shortening across syllables in a trisyllabic word in English. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 133: EL384-90
Kim S, Cho T. (2009) The use of phrase-level prosodic information in lexical segmentation: evidence from word-spotting experiments in Korean. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 125: 3373-86
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