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Name: Taehong  Cho
Institution: Hanyang University
Email: click here to access email
Homepage: http://tcho.hanyang.ac.kr/Frame_right.htm
State and/or Country: Netherlands   
Linguistic Field(s): Phonetics
Phonology
Psycholinguistics
Selected Publications: Cho, T. (2002) The Effects of Prosody on Articulation in English. Routlege. New York, NY
Cho, T. & P. Keating (2001) Articulatory and acoustic studies of domain-initial strengthening in Korean. Journal of Phonetics, 29, 155-190
Cho, T. (2001) Effects of morpheme boundaries on intergestural timing: evidence from Korean. Phonetica, 58, 129-162.
Cho, T. (2000) Intra-dialectal variation in Korean consonant cluster simplification: A stochastic approach. Chicago Linguistics Society 35 (CLS 35).
Cho, T. & P. Ladefoged (1999) Variations and universals in VOT: evidence from 18 languages. Journal of Phonetics, 27, 207-22
Announced on LINGUIST :  Effects of Prosody on Articulation in English
Dissertation Abstract: Effects of Prosody on Articulation in English
Academic Paper Abstract: The Use of Prosodic Cues in Learning New Words in an Unfamiliar Language



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