2006. Ph.D. in Psychology (Cognitive Neuroscience Major), Vanderbilt University
2000. M.A. in Cognitive Science, Seoul National University
1997. B.A. in Jaesthetics, Seoul National University
Career and Awards
2017: Proud Alumni Award (Frontier Sector), Korea University Women’s Alumni Association
2009–2017: Eight-time recipient of the Seoktap Lecture Award, five-time recipient of the Excellent Lecture Award
Undergraduate and Graduate Courses
Undergraduate "Sensation & Perception"
Undergraduate "Cognitive Neuroscience"
Undergraduate "Psychology of Art"
Undergraduate "Creative Design"
Graduate "Seminar in Perception"
Graduate "Cognitive Neuroscience"
Graduate "Visual Neuroscience"
Kim, C-Y., & Blake, R. (2013) Revisiting the perceptual reality of synesthetic color. In J. Simner & E. M. Hubbard (Eds.) Oxford Handbook of Synesthesia. Oxford University Press.
Kwak, Y., Nam, H., Kim, H.-W., & Kim, C.-Y. (2020) Cross-modal correspondence between speech sound and visual shape influencing perceptual representation of shape: the role of articulation and pitch. Multisensory Research, 33(6), 569-598.
Park, M., Blake, R., Kim, Y., & Kim, C-Y. (2019) Congruent audio-visual stimulation during adaptation modulates the subsequently experienced visual motion aftereffect. Scientific Reports, 9, 19391.
Lee, M., Blake, R., Kim, S., & Kim, C-Y. (2015) Melodic sound enhances visual awareness of congruent musical notes, but only if you can read music. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 112(27), 8493-8498.
Shin, E., & Kim, C-Y. (2014) Both "나" and "な" are yellow: Cross-linguistic investigation in search of the determinants of synesthetic color. Neuropsychologia, 65, 25-36.
"Kim, C-Y., & Blake, R. (2005) Psychophysical magic: Rendering the normally visible “Invisible”, Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 9, 381-388. (Trends in Cognitive Sciences Volume 9, No.8. / 17th most downloaded article by Elsevier in December, 2005)