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2024

Seok, S. K., Choi, S. J., Kim, K. M., Choi, J. S., Sung, J. E., & Lim, Y. S. (2024). Robot-assisted language assessment: development and evaluation of feasibility and usability. Intelligent Service Robotics. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11370-023-00505-2 [PDF]

Sung, J. E., Choi, S. J., Kim, G. H., & Jeong, J. H. (2024). Discourse-based verbal working memory training and transfer effects for individuals with an amnestic type of mild cognitive impairment. International Journal of Speech-LanguagePathology, 1-11. DOI: 10.1080/17549507.2023.2273771. [PDF]

Sung, J. E., Jo, E. H., Choi, S. J., & Lee, J. Y. (2024). Coordinating Words and Sentences- Detecting Age-Related Changes in Language Production. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 67, 211-220.  [PDF]

2023

Shin, J., Noh, S., Park, J., & Sung, J. E. (2023). Syntactic complexity differentially affects auditory sentence comprehension performance for individuals with age-related hearing loss. Frontiers in Psychology, 14, 1-11. [PDF]

An, S., Jo, E., Jun, S. B., & Sung, J. E. (2023). Effects of cochlear implantation on cognitive decline in older adults: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Heliyon, 9(9). [PDF]

Kim, J., Lee, J., Jun, S. B., & Sung, J. E. (2023). Pupillometry as a window to detect cognitive aging in the brain. Biomedical Engineering Letters, 1-11. [PDF]

Jo, E. H., Choi, S., Sung, J. E. (2023). Effects of task types and time interval conditions on age-related decline in verbal working memory. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 64(4), 479-485. [PDF]

Yoo, Y. R., Paek, E. J., Sung, J. E. (2023). Aging-related Differences in Emotional Valence from the Verb Fluency Task Depending on the Time Period. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 28(4), 791-804. [PDF]

Choi, S., Kim, J., & Sung, J. E. (2023). Developing the Korean version of a semantic feature database for semantic feature analysis treatment. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 23(3), 505-521. [PDF]

Cho, S. J., Sung, J. E., Lee, J. (2023). Lexical priming effects according to the priming type and word order canonicity on sentence production in persons with aphasia: an eye-tracking study. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 28(2), 287-304. [PDF]

Jung, Y. Y., Sung, J. E. (2023). Differential performance in musical chord and grammaticality judgement tasks in post-stroke aphasia. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 28(2), 274-286. [PDF]

Park, J., Sung, J. E., Kim, Y. T. (2023). Linguistic features in the connected speech for primary progressive aphasia: evidence from a Meta-analysis. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 28(1), 111-126. [PDF]

Shin, J., Kim, J., Song, J., Cho, J. E., Choi, S., Lee, Y., Sung, J. E. (2023) Comparisons of online assessment platforms for action naming tests in healthy young and middle-aged adults. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 28(1), 97-110. [PDF]

Jeong, I. N., Han, J. Y., Choi, J. E., Choi, Y. M., Choi, S. J., & Sung, J. E. (2023). Improving Picture Description Tasks for Korean Seniors. Journal of Digital Contents Society, 24(11), 2767-2775. [PDF]

2022

Park, J., Yoo, Y. R., Lim, Y., Sung, J. E. (2022). Phonological andsemantic strategies in aletter fluency task for people with Alzheimer’s disease. Frontiers in Psychology,13,1-8.

An, S., Oh, S. J., Jun, S. B., & Sung, J. E. (2022). Aging-related dissociation of spatial and temporal N400 in sentence-Level semantic processing: evidence from source analyses. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, 14, 1-13.

 

Kim, H., Sung, J. E., & Jeong, J. H. (2022). Non-transcription analysis of connected speech in mild cognitive impairment using an information unit scoring system. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 61, 101035.  

Park, J., Baik, K., Lee, Y., Kim, Y. T., Sung, J. E. (2022). Verb recognition abilities in young and older adults as a function of linguistic presentation units. Communication Sciences & Disorders,27(4), 797-812. [PDF]

Shin, H. J., Sung, J. E., Cho, Y. J. (2022). Aging effects on perceptual reading span: evidence from an eye-tracking study. Communication Sciences & Disorders,27(4), 813-829. [PDF]

Choi, S., Lee, H., Jo, E., Lim, Y., Choi, Y., Han, J., Sung, J. E., (2022). Preliminary procedures to develop storytelling based assessment for aging and neurogenic disorders, Communication Sciences & Disorders, 27(3), 589-605.

Kim, S. E., La, E. Y., Sung, J. E., (2022). Effects of verb network strengthening treatment (VNeST) using Telepractice on Word Retrieval in Korean-Speakers with Non-Fluent Aphasia, Communication Sciences & Disorders, 27(3), 629-646.

Kim, J. S., Sung, J. E. (2022). Treatment efficacy of working memory plus melodic intonation therapy for people with dementia of alzheimer’s type. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 27(2), 349-370. 

An, H. J., Sung, J. E. (2022). Age-related differences in word recognition tasks according to visual interference and noun imagery. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 27(2), 313-329. 

Son, M., Oh, S., Kyong, J., & Sung, J. E. (2022). Effects of working memory capacity and noise placement on passive sentence processing in elderly adults: An eye-tracking study. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 27(1), 158-174.

Kim,H. S.,Sung, J. E.(2022). Production abilities of predicative adjectives in Korean-speaking individuals with aphasia. Journal of Speech-Language & Hearing Disorders, 31(4),9-25. [PDF]

Song, H. S., Hwang, E. J., Yoo, S. A., Jeon, Y. S., Choi, S. R., Sung, J. E., & Lee, Y. (2022). Efficacy of a daily life based cognitive-linguistic training program: evidence from randomized controlled trials for healthy middle-aged adults. Journal of Speech-Language & Hearing Disorders,31(3), 91-107. [PDF]

Cho, Y. R., Kim, Y., Lee, Y., Kim, S., Yu, J., Sung, J. E., & Lee, Y. (2022). Age-related differences in humor text comprehension and related cognitive factors. Journal of Speech-Language & Hearing Disorders, 31(2), 23-37. 

Jeong, E., Kwon, S., Noh, S., Oh, Y., Kim, H. J., Sung, J. E., & Lee, Y. (2022). The effects of emoticons on comprehension of indirect speech scts in SNS contexts in healthy elderly adults. Journal of Speech-Language & Hearing Disorders, 31(2), 39-51. 

Oh, S., Sung, J. E., & Lee, S. E. (2022). What eye movement reveals concerning age-related dissociation in syntactic prediction: evidence from a verb-final language. Journal of Speech-Language & Hearing Research, 65, 2235-2257. 

Choi, Y., Han, J., Park, J., Lee, S., Choi, J., Sung, J. E., Choi, S. (2022). Illustration design to derive storytelling for the elderly in South Korea: (Traditional folklore of Heungbu and Nolbu), Archives of Design Research,35(2),155-164. [PDF]
 

Arii, T., Lee, S. J., Yoshida, T., & Sung, J. E. (2022). Effects of age, word order, and sentence types on Japanese sentence comprehension: a replication study of Sung et al. (2017) and Sung (2015) on Korean. Educational Studies, 64, 37-49. [PDF]

2021

Sung, J. E., Ahn, H. K., Choi. S. J., & Lee. K. S. (2021). Age and Education Effects on a Novel Syntactic Assessment Battery for Elderly Adults. Frontiers in Psychology, 12, 639866.

 

Choi, S., Sung, J. E., Jo. E., & Jeong J. H. (2021). Language treatment effects on communicative abilities and working memory in Korean-speaking agrammatic Broca’s aphasia caused by moyamoya disease: Phase II evidence from a case study. Neurocase. 

Jun, S. B., Ikeda, S. R., Sung, J. E., & Lovinger, D. M. (2021). Ethanol induces persistent potentiation of 5-HT3 receptor-stimulated GABA release at synapses on rat hippocampal CA1 neurons. Neuropharmacology, 1-11. 

Park, C., Lim, Y., Choi, J., & Sung, J. E. (2021). Changes in linguistic behaviors based on smart speaker task performance and pragmatic skills in multiple turn-taking interactions. Intelligent Service Robotics, 1-16. 

Choi, S., Lee, H., Lim, Y., Choi, J., & Sung, J. E. (2021). Toward a conversational model for counsel robots: how different question types elicit different linguistic behaviors. Intelligent Service Robotic, 1-13. 

Baik, K., Lim, S., Chung, H., Cheon, J., Mo, K., Lee, E., Kim, Y. T., Yim, D., Sung, J. E., & Sim, H. S. (2021). A Study on the Current Status and Needs of Counseling Curriculum in Communication Disorders in Korea. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 26(4), 975-992. 

Kim, S., Sung, J. E. (2021). Effects of Differential Presentation of Noun Types on Sentence Processing in Elderly Adults: An Eye-tracking Study. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 26(4), 847-862. 

 

Jo, E. H., Sung, J. E., Lee, Y. M. (2021). A Longitudinal Analysis of the Cognitive Function and Related Factors in Older Adults Using a Multilevel Growth Model. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 26(3), 601-615. 

Kim, S. H., Sung, J. E. (2021). Age-related Differences in Confrontation Naming Ability according to Visual Stimulus Valence. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 26(3), 616-629. 

Lee, S. E., Sung, J. E., & Jo. E. (2021). Effects of Semantic Feature Analysis Treatment on Landmark Naming in Individuals with Subjective Memory Impairment. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 26(1), 428-446. 

Yoo, M. A., Oh, S. H., Kyong, J. S., & Sung, J. E. (2021). Age-related Differences in the Effects of Working Memory Capacity and Cognitive Load on Word Recognition: An Eye Tracking Study. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 26(1), 392-412. 

Jeon, S & Sung, J. E. (2021). Idiom Processing Abilities according to Task Types in Patients with Dementia of Alzheimer’s Type. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 26(1), 149-161. 

Kim, G. Y. & Sung, J. E. (2021). Priming Effects on Verb Production as a Function of Semantic Richness in Persons with Aphasia. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 26(1), 137-148. 

Choi, S., Jo. E., Sung, J. E. (2021). Preliminary Study on the Action Naming Test: Online vs. Offline Comparisons by Presentation Type. Journal of Speech-Language & Hearing Disorders, 30(2), 87-97. 

Choi, S., Jo, E., Sung, J. E., & Jeong J. H. (2021). Differential Characteristics of Linguistic Features for Mild Cognitive Impairment in Connected Speech Analyses. Special Education Research, 20(4), 31-53.  

2020

Rofes, A., de Aguiar, V., Jonkers, R., Oh, S. J., DeDe, G., & Sung, J. E. (2020). What Drives Task Performance During Animal Fluency in People With Alzheimer’s Disease?. Frontiers in Psychology, 11, 1485. 

Shin, S. H., & Sung, J. E. (2020). Preference of Verb Thematic Role Assignment and Verb Selection Abilities in Persons with Aphasia. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 25(4), 857-871. 

Jung, S. I., Lim, S. H., Jo, E. H., Sim, H. S., Sung, J. E., & Kim, Y. T. (2020). The Efficacy of Telepractice Intervention for Children & Adolescents with Speech, Language & Hearing Impairments: a Meta-Analysis. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 25(4), 976-986. 

Park, J. M., & Sung, J. E. (2020). Case Marker Assignment Abilities as a Function of the Noun Types of Thematic Roles in Aphasia. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 25(3), 624-639. 

Youn, J. S., & Sung, J. E. (2020). Age-Related Differences in Production of on Canonical Syntactic Structures as a Function of Modifiers to Noun Phrases. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 25(3), 609-623. 

Jang, J. H. & Sung, J. E. (2020). Age-Related Differences in Sentence Processing of Who-Questions:  An Eye-Tracking Study. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 25(2), 382-398. 

Yoon, H. S., & Sung, J. E. (2020). Effects of Verb Argument Structure and the Types of Presentation Modality on Verb Production in Individuals with Aphasia Using a Verb-Final Language. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 25(2), 399-410. 

Choi, S. J., Sung, J. E., &Jeong, J. H. (2020). Differential Deficits of Nouns and Verbs in a Generative Naming Task for Individuals with Mild Cognitive Impairment. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 25(1), 50-62. 

Shin, M. K., & Sung, J. E. (2020). Syntactic Priming Effects on Active and Passive Sentence Production in Persons with Aphasia: Evidence from an Eye-tracking Study. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 25(1), 75-91. 

Sung, J. E., Choi, S. J., Eom, B. R., Yoo, J. K., &Jeong, J. H. (2020). Syntactic Complexity as a Linguistic Marker to Differentiate Mild Cognitive Impairment From Normal Aging. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 63, 1416-1429. 

Yoo, S. H., & Sung, J. E. (2020). Effects of Syntactic Priming on the Adjective Production in Persons With Aphasia. Journal of Speech-Language & Hearing Disorders, 29(2), 023-034. 

2019

Khan, A., Sung, J. E., & Kang, J. W. (2019). Multi-channel fusion convolutional neural network to classify syntactic anomaly from language-related ERP components. Information Fusion, 52, 53-61. 

Park, C., Lim, Y., & Sung, J. E. (2019). Machine-learning and corpus-based analyses of Korean nouns from subjects and objects: stimuli development of verb treatment for neurogenic communication disorders. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 24(4), 968-985. 

Oh, S. J., Yim, D., &Sung, J. E. (2019).A meta-analysis of the event-related potential during auditory processing in infants with familial risk for dyslexia and its correlation to language abilities. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 24(4), 837-851. 

Sung, J. E., Lee, S. H., &Eom, B. (2019). Aging-related differences in the resolution of ambiguity from case marker deletions in a verb-final language. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 24(3), 695-706. 

Hwang, S. H., & Sung, J. E. (2019). Aged-related differences in the predictability of verb-thematic roles: an eye-tracking study. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 24(2), 447-459.  

Choi, S., & Sung, J. E. (2019). Age-related decline in storage and processing components of working memory: an eye-tracking study. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 24(1), 205-219. 

Jo, H. L., & Sung, J. E. (2019). Age-related differences in word recognition task according to the interference types: evidence from eye-tracking. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 24(1), 186-204. 

Cheon, J. H., & Sung, J. E. (2019). Differential Effects of Subject Animacy on Online Sentence Processing between Younger and Elderly Adults: Evidence from ERP. Journal of Rehabilitation Research. 23(4). 167-194. 

 

Oh, S. J., Sung, J. E., Choi, S. J., & Jeong, J. H. (2019). Clustering and switching patterns in semantic fluency and their relationship to working memory in mild cognitive impairment. Dementia and Neurocognitive Disorders, 18(2), 47-61.  

2018

Sung, J. E., Eom, B., & Lee, S. E. (2018). Effects of working memory demands on sentence production in aphasia. Journal of Neurolinguistics, in press. 

 

Lee, Y. M., Sung, J. E., & Sim, H. S. (2018). Passive sentence comprehension difficulties and its related factors in children with cochlear implants. International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology, 109, 60-66. 

 

Lee, Y., Jeong, P. Y., Sung, J. E., & Sim, H. S. (2018). The effects of tongue strength on speech production skills in children with cerebral palsy. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 23(4), 1017-1027. 

Kim, J. A., Oh, S. J., Choi, E., Kim, Y. T., & Sung, J. E. (2018). A meta-analysis of eye-tracking studies on text processing in children with reading disabilities. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 23(3), 597-608. 

Yoo, H. M., & Sung, J. E. (2018).ERP components associated with syntactic ambiguity and word order canonicity in processing sentence with ditransitive verb between young and elderly adults. Communication Sciences& Disorders, 23(3), 660-682. 

Kim, J. A., Oh, S. J., Choi, E. J., Kim, Y. T., & Sung, J. E. (2018). A meta-analysis of eye-tracking studies on text processing in children with reading disabilities. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 23(3), 597-608. 

Jeong, K. H., & Sung, J. E. (2018). Verbs and their thematic role processing abilities for people with aphasia. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 23(2), 337-346. 

Jo, E. H., & Sung, J. E. (2018). Age-related differences in ERP components associated with processing homonyms depending on the context type of adnominal and verb phrases. Communication Sciences& Disorders, 23(2), 360-377. 

Kim, J. I., Sung, J. E., Lee, S. E., & Sim, H. S. (2018). ERP components associated with locality dependency of time references between young and elderly adults. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 23(1), 129-145. 

Kim, J. A., Sung, J. E., & Kim, Y. T. (2018). The relationship between the working memory abilities and discourse abilities of 5- and 6-year-old children. Journal of Speech-Language & Hearing Disorders, 27(1), 29-43.  

2017

Sung, J. E. (2017). Age-related decline in case-marker processing and its relation to working memory capacity.  Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences, 72(5), 813-820. 

Sung, J. E., Yoo, J. K., Lee, S. E., &Eom, B. (2017). Effects of age, working memory, and word order on passive-sentence comprehension: evidence from a verb-final language. International Psychogeriatrics, 29(6), 939-948.

 

Kim, S. Y., Sung, J. E., &Yim, D. S. (2017). Sentence comprehension ability and working memory capacity as a function of syntactic structure and canonicity in 5- and 6-year-old children. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 22(4), 645-656. 

Kim, Y. N., & Sung, J. E. (2017). Story retelling analyses as a function of visual cues using information units for persons with aphasia. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 22(4), 756-771. 

Kang, J. K., Sung, J. E., & Kim, Y. T. (2017). Rapid automatized naming performance in Korean-speaking children with dyslexia. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 22(3), 520-529. 

Park, H. Y., Sung, J. E., & Sim, H. S. (2017). Effects of syntactic complexity on sentence production abilities and their relation to working memory for children who stutter. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 22(2), 364-378. 

Kim, W. J., & Sung, J. E. (2017). Effects of lexicality and regularity on reading aloud performance in aphasia. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 22(1), 117-128. 

Oh, S. J., & Sung, J. E. (2017). Age-related differences in ERP components during Korean honorific sentence processing depending on listener’s social status and predicate agreement. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 22(1), 101-116. 

2016

Sung, J. E., DeDe, G., & Lee, S. E. (2016). Cross-linguistic differences in a picture-description task between Korean- and English-speaking individuals with aphasia. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 25(4S), S813–S822. 

Eom, B., & Sung, J. E. (2016). The effects of sentence repetition–based working memory treatment on sentence comprehension abilities in individuals with aphasia. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 25(4S), S823–S838. 

Sung, J. E. (2016). The Effects of Verb Argument Complexity on Verb Production in Persons with Aphasia: Evidence from a Subject–Object–Verb Language.  Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 45(2), 287-305. 

 

Kim, H. L., & Sung, J. E., (2016). Effects of syntactic complexity on sentence comprehension in the discourse of persons with aphasia. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 21(4), 668-682. 

Oh, S. J., Sung, J. E., & Sim, H. S. (2016). Age-related differences in animacy effects as a function of word-order canonicity in a verb-final language: evidence from ERP. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 21(4), 653-667. 

Choi, S. J., Sung, J.E., Jeong, J. H., & Kim, G. (2016). Effects of working memory treatment using verb-carrier phrases on language processing in persons with mild cognitive impairment. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 21(3), 524-537. 

Son, H. J., & Sung, J. E. (2016). The Generalization Effect of Semantic Category-Based Working Memory Treatment on Sentence Comprehension and Word Fluency in Individuals with Aphasia. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 21(1), 174-192. 

Hong, S. M., Kang, J. K., Eom, B., Kim, Y. T., Sung, J. E., Sim, H. S., &Jeong, P. Y. (2016). Meta-Analysis of Constraint-Induced Language Therapy in Aphasia. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 21(1), 162-173. 

Tak, H. I., Sung, J. E., Jeong, J. H., & Kim, G. H. (2016). The Effect of Processing Load on Semantic and Phonological Working Memory in Mild Cognitive Impairment. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 21(2), 295-309. 

Oh, S. J., Eom, B., Park, C., & Sung, J. E. (2016). Treatment Efficacy of Semantic Feature Analyses for Persons with Aphasia: Evidence from Meta-Analyses. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 21(2), 310-323. 

2015

Sung, J. E. (2015). Age-related changes in sentence production abilities and their relation to working-memory capacity: evidence from a verb-final language. PloS one, 10(4), e0119424. 

Lee, J. S., & Sung, J. E. (2015). The Effects of Noun-Phrase Type and Parallel Function on Online Sentence Processing for Normal Elderly Adults. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 20(2), 222-236. 

Kang, J. Y., Sung, J. E., & Lee, S. E. (2015). Effects of Computerized Language Intervention on Abilities of Time-Person-Place Orientation and Naming for Individuals with Dementia of the Alzheimer’s Type. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 20(2), 237-254. 

Mo, K. O., Sung, J. E., &Jeong, J. H. (2015). The Effects of Semantic Feature Analysis Treatment on Naming Performance in Korean Individuals with Early Dementia of the Alzheimer’s Type: Using a Familiarity of Nouns Scale. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 20(1), 34-47. 

Sung, J. E. (2015). Effects of syntactic structure on sentence comprehension ability as a function of the canonicity of word-order and its relation to working memory capacity in Korean-speaking elderly adults. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 20(1), 24-33. 

McNeil, M. R., Pratt, S. R., Szuminsky, N., Sung, J. E., Fossett, T. R., Fassbinder, W., & Lim, K. Y. (2015). Reliability and validity of the computerized Revised Token Test: comparison of reading and listening versions in persons with and without aphasia.  Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 58(2), 311-324. 

2014

Kim, H., Sung, J. E., Kim, J., Park, E. J., Yoon, J. H., Yoo, H. J., & Kim, S. R. (2014). Response time measurements in the iOS app‐based Token Test, the Brief Token Test in the elderly. Geriatrics & Gerontology International, 14(4), 969-974. 

Lee, Y., Sung, J. E., & Sim, H. S. (2014). Effects of listeners' working memory and noise on speech intelligibility in dysarthria. Clinical linguistics & phonetics, 28(10), 785-795. 

Sung, J. E., & Kim, H. (2014). Speech and Language Services in South Korea for Individuals with Neurogenic Communication Disorders. Perspectives on global issues in communication sciences and related disorders, 4(1), 20-29. 

Park, E. J., Sung, J. E., & Sim, H. S. (2014). Age-Related Changes in Category Decision-Making Abilities as a Function of Typicality and Animacy of Noun Exemplars. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 19(4), 523-531. 

Jeong, P. Y., Sung, J. E., & Sim, H. S. (2014). Meta-Analysis of Cognition-Focused Intervention for People with Mild Cognitive Impairment and Dementia. Communication Sciences & Disorders,19(2), 199-212. 

Sung, J. E., Mo, K. O., Lee, J. S., & Sim, H. S. (2014). Production frequency, semantic typicality, and familiarity of noun exemplars for elderly adults. Communication Sciences & Disorders,19(2), 213-225. 

2013

Han, J. H., Sung, J. E., Sim, H. S., & Lee, Y. (2013). Effects of Speaking Rate Manipulation and the Severity of Dysarthria on Speech Intelligibility and Acoustic Parameters in Persons with Cerebral Palsy. Journal of speech-language & hearing disorders, 22(1), 35-54. 

2012

Sung, J. E., Kim, J. H., Jeong, J. H., & Kang, H. (2012). Working memory capacity and its relation to stroop interference and facilitation effects in individuals with mild cognitive impairment. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 21(2), S166-S178. 

2011

Sung, J. E., McNeil, M. R., Pratt, S. R., Dickey, M. W., Fassbinder, W., Szuminsky, N. J., Kim, A., & Doyle, P. J. (2011). Real-time processing in reading sentence comprehension for normal adult individuals and persons with aphasia. Aphasiology, 25(1), 57-70. 

 

Lee, Y., Sung, J. E., Park, J. M., & Sim, H. S. (2011). Effects of Listeners Experience, Severity of Speakers Articulation, and Linguistic Cues on Speech Intelligibility in Congenitally Deafened Adults with Cochlear Implants. Phonetics and Speech Sciences, 3(1), 125-13. 

McNeil, M.R., Hula, W.D., & Sung, J. E. (2011). The Role of Memory and Attention in the Language Performance of Persons with Aphasia. In J. Guendouzi, F. Loncke, & M. J. Williams (Eds.), The Handbook of Psycholinguistic & Cognitive processes: Perspectives in Communication Disorders (pp. 551-577). New York, NY: Psychology Press. 

2010 and before

Sung, J. E., McNeil, M. R., & Pratt, S. R. (2010). Working Memory and Its Relation to Auditory Comprehension in Native and Nonnative Speakers. Asia Pacific Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing, 13(1), 41-50. 

 

Sung, J. E. (2010). Performances on short-term and working memory tasks and their relationships to aphasia severity and auditory comprehension in normal elderly adults and people with aphasia. Communication Sciences & Disorders, 15(3), 285-297. 

Sung, J. E., McNeil, M. R., Pratt, S. R., Dickey, M. W., Hula, W. D., Szuminsky, N. J., & Doyle, P. J. (2009). Verbal working memory and its relationship to sentence‐level reading and listening comprehension in persons with aphasia. Aphasiology, 23(7-8), 1040-1052.  

McNeil, M. R., Sung, J. E., Yang, D., Pratt, S. R., Fossett, T. R., Doyle, P. J., & Pavelko, S. (2007). Comparing connected language elicitation procedures in persons with aphasia: Concurrent validation of the Story Retell Procedure. Aphasiology, 21(6-8), 775-790. 

Sung, J. E., Kim, H., Kim, H. S., Oh, S. H., Hong, J. M., & Lee, M. S. (2004). Effects of subthalamic nucleus deep brain stimulation on the phonation and articulation of the patients with Parkinson's disease. Journal of the Korean Neurological Association, 22(5), 472-477. 

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