UCLA International Institute
Asia Institute

Advancing collaborative, interdisciplinary research on Asia worldwide

Sun-Ah Jun
Professor of Linguistics
Department: Linguistics CA
Email: jun@humnet.ucla.edu
Keywords: Korea

PhD: Ohio State University, 1993

Research areas: Phonetics, Laboratory Phonology, Intonational Phonology, Prosody, and Language Acquisition

Selected publications:

Jun, Sun-Ah (2005) Editor.  Prosodic Typology: The Phonology of Intonation and Phrasing. Oxford Univ. Press.

Jun, Sun-Ah (2003) "Prosodic Phrasing and Attachment Preferences", Journal of Psycholinguistic Research. 32(2) pp. 219-249.

Oh, Janet, S., Sun-Ah Jun, Leah M. Knightly, & Terry K-f. Au (2003) "Holding on to Childhood Language Memory", Cognition. Vol 86, pp B53 -B64.

Jun, Sun-Ah (2003) "Intonation", in Nadel, L. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Cognitive Science. Vol.2, pp.618-624. London: Nature Publishing Group. 

Cho, Taehong, Sun-Ah Jun, & Peter Ladefoged (2002) "Acoustic and aerodynamic correlates of Korean stops and fricatives",Journal of Phonetics. 30(2), 193-228.

Jun, Sun-Ah (2002) "Syntax over Focus" in the Proceedings of the International Conference on Spoken Language Processing), John, H.L. Hansen & Bryan Pellom (eds.) pp.2281-2284, Denver, Colorado.

Jun, Sun-Ah & Cecile 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.