Papers

In progress

Lee, Yong-cheol, Sunghye Cho, and Mark Liberman. An interaction effect between tonogenesis and prosodic focus in Seoul Korean. (Revision re-invited)

Wang, Ting, Liu Jun, Yong-hun Lee, and Yong-cheol Lee. The interaction of tone and prosodic focus in Mandarin Chinese. (Under revision)

Journal articles

Li, Yanfei, Xiaoxiao Wang, Honglei Niu, and Yong-cheol Lee. (2018). Children’s use of prosody in resolving a syntactic ambiguity associated with only: Evidence from Mandarin. Taiwan Journal of Linguistics 16(2), xx-xx. (SCOPUS/ESCI)

Lee, Yong-cheol. (2017). Prosodic focus in Seoul Korean and South Kyungsang Korean. Linguistic Research 34(1), 133-161. doi: 10.17250/khisli.34.1.201703.005 (SCOPUS)

Lee, Yong-cheol, Ting Wang, and Mark Liberman. (2016). Production and perception of tone 3 focus in Mandarin Chinese. Frontiers in Psychology 7:1058. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2016.01058 (SSCI)

Cho, Sunghye and Yong-cheol Lee. (2016). The effect of the consonant-induced pitch on Seoul Korean intonation. Linguistic Research 33(2), 299-317. doi: 10.17250/khisli.33.2.201606.005 (SCOPUS)

Yong-cheol Lee. (2016). Linguistic and stylistic variation in [j]-deletion in Seoul Korean: A pilot study. Studies in Linguistics 38, 383-405. doi: 10.17002/sil..38.201601.383

Wang, Ting and Yong-cheol Lee. (2015). Does restriction of pitch variation affect the perception of vocal emotions in Mandarin Chinese? Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 137(1), EL117-EL123. doi: 10.1121/1.4904916 (SCI)

Lee, Yong-cheol. (2012). Prosodic correlation between the focusing adverb ozik ‘only’ and focus/GIVENness in KoreanJournal of Speech Sciences 2(2), 85-111.

Lee, Yong-cheol. (2007). The difference in pausing intervals between Korean learners of English and native speakers of English. The Linguistic Association of Korea Journal 15(3), 257-284.

Lee, Yong-hun and Yong-cheol Lee. (2007). A study on combinations of spatial dimensional expressions in English and French. The Jungang Journal of English Language and Literature 49(2), 161-180.

 Conference proceedings

Cho, Sunghye and Yong-cheol Lee. (To appear). Tone and metrical structure in Seoul Korean. MIT Working Papers in Linguistics #xx: Proceedings of the 10th Workshop on Altaic Formal Linguistics. Cambridge: MITWPL.

Wang, Ting, Yong-cheol Lee, and Qiuwu Ma. (2016). An experimental study of emotional speech in Mandarin and English. Proceedings of Speech Prosody 2016, 430-434. doi: 10.21437/SpeechProsody.2016-88

Lee, Yong-cheol,  Bei Wang, Sisi Chen, Martine Adda-Decker, Angélique Amelot, Satoshi Nambu, and Mark Liberman. (2015). A crosslinguistic study of prosodic focus. Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing (ICASSP 2015), 4754-4758. doi: 10.1109/ICASSP.2015.7178873 (SCOPUS)

Lee, Yong-cheol and Satoshi Nambu. (2015). Semantic functions of always and only in Korean: Evidence from prosody. Japanese/Korean Linguistics 21, eds., Seungho Nam, Heejeong Ko, and Jongho Jun, 155-168. Stanford: CSLI.

Lee, Yong-cheol and Satoshi Nambu. (2012). Prosody and semantics of the focus particles always and only in Korean: Theoretical implications from a perception experimentUniversity of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics 18(1), 151-159. 

Nambu, Satoshi and Yong-cheol Lee. (2011). Phonetic realization of focus particles always and only in Korean: Theoretical implications of association with focus. Proceedings of the 39th Western Conference On Linguistics, eds., Dina Bailey, and Victoria Teliga, 169-180.

Lee, Yong-cheol and Satoshi Nambu. (2010). Focus-sensitive operator or focus inducer: always and onlyProceedings of Interspeech 2010, 130-133.

Nambu, Satoshi and Yong-cheol Lee. (2010). Phonetic realization of second occurrence focus in Japanese. Proceedings of Interspeech 2010, 1744-1777.

Lee, Yong-cheol and Yi Xu. (2010). Phonetic realization of contrastive focus in KoreanProceedings of Speech Prosody 2010, 100033:1-4.


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