Hanyang Phonetics & Psycholinguistics Laboratory (HPPL)
(한양 음성과학-심리언어 실험실)
Director: Taehong Cho
#104, College of Humanities, Hanyang University, Seoul (133-791), Korea
- Hanyang Phonetics and Psycholinguistics Laboratory (HPPL, Room 104) was established in the College of Humanities at Hanyang University in 2005, as part of an effort to promote the Hanyang University Specializing Project for Performative Humanities.
- The main research areas of HPPL are experimental phonetics, laboratory phonology, and psycholinguistics. Current research topics of HPPL include prosody-phonetics interface in speech production and comprehension, articulatory dynamics in spoken language, spoken word recognition, and sentence processing.
- HPPL has a speech recording studio, a speech perception studio, and 11 PCs for data recording and analyses. In addition, HPPL is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities such as Electro-Magnetic Articulography (EMA) for articulatory movement tracking and Eye Link II for eye movement tracking.
- Prof. Taehong Cho (Dept. of English Lang. and Lit.) firstname.lastname@example.org (Director)
- Prof. Sahyang Kim (Hongik Univ.) (Affiliated member)
- Dr. Jiyoun Choi (Post-doctoral researcher)
- Prof. Minjung Son (Affiliated member)
- Daejin Kim (Graduate Student)
- Yuna Baek (Graduate Student)
- Miroo Lee (Graduate student)
- Jiyoung Jang (Graduate Student)
- Dongjin Kim (Graduate Student)
- Jiyoung Lee (Graduate Student)
- Equipments for aerodynamic measures (oral-nasal pressure/flow) (To be available soon)
- Electropalatography (measuring contact between the tongue and the palate)