Yoonjeong Lee:
Yoonjeong Lee

Yoonjeong Lee
[junɕʌŋ li]

I am a fifth-year PhD student in the department of ​Linguistics at the University of Southern California.
I study speech production, with a special interest in the context-dependent variability or the parallelism between quantitative (gradient) and categorical effects in the production of speech.  My research is grounded on a question of how the abstrat cognitive (linguistic) structure plays a role in shaping speech production. My goal is to contribute to a better understanding of speech production through empirical experimentation (acoustic recordings, and movement tracking and real-time MR imaging of the vocal tract).  I am actively participating in various projects as a member of the USC Phonetics and Phonology Group, the Speech Production and Articulation kNowledge group (SPAN), and the Zevin Lab.

Click here for my CV with downloadable publications.  If you have any questions or comments, feel free to contact me.