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Behavioral Cognitive Neuroscience

Kichun Nam Professor

Research area

Psycholinguistics, Human Learning and Memory, Information and Communications Technology for Language, Mind, and Cognition

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Basic Information
  • Final Academic Degree

    Linguistic Psychology

  • Office

    Old Building Room 405, Korea University Law Building, Humanities Campus, 145 Anam-ro, Seongbuk-gu, Seoul 02841, Republic of Korea

  • E-mail

    kichun@korea.ac.kr

  • Phone Number

    02-3290-2068

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Educational Background
  • 1995. Ph.D. in Psycholinguistics and Cognitive Science, University of Texas at Austin
  • 1987. M.A. in Experimental Psychology, Korea University
  • 1985. B.A. in Psychology, Korea University
Career and Awards
  • 2006. ~ present / Professor, Department of Psychology Korea University
  • 2001. ~ 2006. / Associate Professor, Department of Psychology Korea University
  • 1998. ~ 2001. / Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology Korea University
Undergraduate and Graduate Courses
  • Undergraduate
  • Introduction to Psychology
  • Social Psychology
  • Social Behavior and Individual Differences
  • Developmental Psychology
  • Personality
  • Interpersonal Relationships
Book Chapter
  • A computational model of lexical and morphological processing in Korean. Cambridge University Press
  • Morpho-syntactic processing in Korean aphasics. Cambridge University Press
Research Papers
  • ERP index of the morphological family size effect during word recognition (2012). Neuropsychologia (50, 385-3391)
  • The effects of syllable boundary ambiguity on spoken word recognition in Korean continuous speech (2012). Korean Society for Internet Information(KSII) Transactions on Internet and Information Systems (6(11), 2800-2812) 40(1), 71-85.
  • "The different P200 effects of phonological and orthographic syllable frequency in visual word recognition in Korean (2011) Neuroscience Letters
  • (501(2), 117-121) "
  • The inhibitory effect of phonological syllables, rather than orthographic syllables, as evidenced in Korean lexical (2011). Psychologia (54(1), 1-14)
  • Mapping the Neural Dynamics of Korean-English Bilinguals With Medium Proficiency During Auditory Word Processing. FRONTIERS IN PSYCHOLOGY (9, 1-12)