Hanyong Park

Assistant Professor
 Johnston Hall 123


PhD, Linguistics, Indiana University, Bloomington
MA, Linguistics, Indiana University, Bloomington
BA, English and French, Ajou University, Korea

Research Interests

Korean phonetics/phonology, English as a second language, Speech perception/production and spoken word recognition, Variations in spoken English: International English & Foreign accented English, Interaction between language as a system and individuals, Speech intelligibility among different populations, Audiovisual speech perception, Cognitive abilities among second language learners, Korean Voice Onset Time change

Teaching Areas

Phonetics, General Linguistics, Second Language Acquisition

Selected Publications

Lababidi, Zafer, and Park, Hanyong. L1-English tense-lax vowel system influence on L2-Arabic short and long vowel learning. Perspectives on Arabic Linguistics, (In Progress) .
Darcy, Isabelle, Park, Hanyong, and Yang, Chung-Lin. “Individual Differences in L2 acquisition of English Phonology: The relation between cognitive abilities and phonological processing.” Learning and Individual differences 40.May (2015): 63-72.
Park, Hanyong. “Detecting foreign accent in monosyllables: The role of L1 phonotactics.” Journal of Phonetics 41. Ed. de Jong, Kenneth. (2013): 78-87.
de Jong, Kenneth, and Park, Hanyong. “Vowel epenthesis and segment identity in Korean learners of English.” Studies in Second Language Acquisition 34.1 Ed. Valdman, Albert, and Gass, Susan. (2012): 127-155.
de Jong, Kenneth, Silbert, Noah, and Park, Hanyong. “Generalization across segments in second language consonant identification.” Language Learning 59.1 (2009): 1-31.
de Jong, Kenneth, Hao, Yen-Chen, and Park, Hanyong. “Evidence for featural units in the acquisition of speech production skills: Linguistic structure in foreign accent.” Journal of Phonetics 37.4 Ed. de Jong, Kenneth. (2009): 357-373.