2021

  • Lee, Yong-cheol, and Sunghye Cho. (February, 2021). Mid front vowel merger in Seoul Korean tracing speakers born from the 1930s to the 1960s. Paper (virtually) presented at the New Ways of Analyzing Variation - Asia Pacific 6 

  2020

  • Cho, Sunghye, Sanjana Shellikeri, Sharon Ash, Mark Liberman, Murray Grossman, and Naomi Nevler. (October, 2020). Automatic analysis of natural speech in patients with Alzheimer's disease. Poster (virtually) presented at the 2020 Society of Neurobiology of Language annual meeting. 
  • Sanjana Shellikeri, Sunghye Cho, Erica Howard, David Irwin, Murray Grossman, and Naomi Nevler. (October, 2020). Automatic analysis of natural speech in Lewy body spectrum disorders with Alzheimer's disease co-pathology. Poster (virtually) presented at the 2020 Society of Neurobiology of Language annual meeting. 
  • Cho, Sunghye, Naomi Nevler, Sanjana Shellikeri, Natalia Parjane, David J Irwin, Neville Ryant, Sharon Ash, Christopher Cieri, Mark Liberman, and Murray Grossman. (2020). Automated lexical and acoustic analysis of young and older healthy adults. Poster (virtually) presented at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference. [poster]
    • Nevler, Naomi, Sharon Ash, Sunghye Cho, Sanjana Shellikeri, Natalia Parjane, David J Irwin, Mark Liberman, Murray Grossman. (2020). Automated semantic speech analysis in AD and lvPPA. Poster (virtually) presented at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference. 
    • Shellikeri, Sanjana, Sunghye Cho, Sharon Ash, Natalia Parjane, Lauren Elman, Corey McMillan, Murray Grossman, and Naomi Nevler. (2020). Longitudinal changes of automated speech measures in natural connected speech in ALS. Poster (virtually) presented at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference. 
    • Parjane, Natalia, Sharon Ash, Sunghye Cho, Sanjana Shellikeri, Mark Liberman, Murray Grossman, and Naomi Nevler. (2020). Acoustic measures in natural speech of progressive supranuclear palsy and corticobasal spectrum disorders. Poster (virtually) presented at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference.
          • Nevler, Naomi, Sharon Ash, Sunghye Cho, Sanjana Shellikeri, David J Irwin, Mark Liberman, and Murray Grossman. (2020). A longitudinal study of automated acoustic speech marker in FTD & PPA. Poster (virtually) presented at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference. 
          • Tang, Sunny, Sunghye Cho, Reno Kriz, Olivia H. Franco, Jenna Harowitz, Suh Jung Park, Raquel E. Gur, Lyle H. Ungar, Mahendra T. Bhati, Christian G. Kohler, Monica E. Calkins, Daniel H. Wolf, João Sedoc, and Mark Liberman. (2020). Language and communication in psychosis: Digital tools as novel opportunities for biomarker and intervention. Paper (virtually) presented at the Annual American Society of Clinical Psychopharmacology.
          • Cho, Sunghye, Mark Liberman, Christopher Cieri, Neville Ryant, Meredith Cola, Victoria Petrulla, Lisa Yankowitz, Juhi Pandey, Robert Schultz, and Julia Parrish-Morris. (2020). Talking more and pausing less: Girls with ASD behave differently during brief natural conversations. Poster (virtually) presented at the the International Society for Autism Research. [virtual presentation]
          • Nevler, Naomi, Sharon Ash, Corey McMillan, Lauren Elman, Leo McCluskey, David Irwin, Sunghye Cho, Mark Liberman, and Murray Grossman. (2020). Automated analysis of natural speech in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis. Paper (virtually) presented at the 2020 American Academy of Neurology Annual Meeting. [virtual presentation]
          • Parjane, Natalia, Sharon Ash, Sunghye Cho, Mark Liberman, Murray Grossman, Naomi Nevler. (2020). Acoustic analysis of natural speech in Progressive Supranuclear Palsy and Corticobasal Spectrum Disorders. Poster (virtually) presented at the 2020 American Academy of Neurology Annual Meeting. [virtual presentation]
          • Cho, Sunghye, Naomi Nevler, Sharon Ash, Mark Liberman and Murray Grossman. (2020). Automatic analysis of lexical features in speech of patients with Primary Progressive Aphasia. Paper (virtually) presented at the 2020 American Academy of Neurology Annual Meeting. [virtual presentation]
          • Tang, Sunny, Reno Kriz, Sunghye Cho, João Sedoc, Suh Jung Park, Jenna Harowitz, Mahendra Bhati, Raquel Gur, Daniel Wolf, and Mark Liberman. (2020). Decreased speech coherence captured by novel natural language processing methods in two cohorts of individuals with schizophrenia. Society of biological psychiatry. [abstract]

            2019

          • Cho, Sunghye, Mark Liberman, Neville Ryant, Meredith Cola, Robert T. Schultz, and Julia Parish-Morris. (2019). Automatic detection of ASD in children using acoustic and text features from brief natural conversations. Paper presented at INTERSPEECH 2019, Graz, Austria. [slides]
          • Cho, Sunghye, Mark Liberman, and Yong-cheol Lee. (2019). Automatic detection of prosodic focus in American English. Poster presented at INTERSPEECH 2019, Graz, Austria. [poster]
          • Parish-Morris, Julia, Sunghye Cho, Mark Liberman, Neville Ryant, Keith Bartley, Meredith Cola, Samantha Plate, Lisa Yankowitz, Victoria Petrulla, Amanda Riiff,  Casey Zampella, John Herrington, Evangelos Sariyanidi, Birkan Tunc, Elizabeth Kim,  Ashley de Marchena, Juhi Pandey, and Robert T. Schultz. (2019). ‘Autistic’-Sounding: A Latent Class Linear Mixed Modeling Approach to Parsing Heterogeneity in Children’s Natural Conversations using Acoustic Properties of Speech. Poster presented at the International Society for Autism Research, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
          • Cho, Sunghye, Mark Liberman, Neville Ryant, Keith Bartley, Robert T. Schultz, and Julia Parish-Morris. (2019). Machine Learning Classification of Natural Conversational Utterances Using Acoustic Features Drawn from Children with ASD and Typical Controls. Poster presented at the International Society for Autism Research, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. [poster]

            2018

          • Lee, Yong-cheol, Dongyoung Kim, and Sunghye Cho. (2018). The interaction between prosodic focus and phrasal tone in South Kyungsang Korean. Poster presented at Hanyang Interational Symposium on Phonetics and Cognitive Sciences of Language. 

            2016

          • Cho, Sunghye. (2016). Accent/tune-meter alignment in Japanese vocal music. Poster presented at Laboratory Phonology 15.
          • Cho, Sunghye. (2016). Text-tune alignment in Japanese vocal music. Paper presented at the 40th Penn Linguistics Conference, Philadelphia, PA. [slides]
          • Cho, Sunghye, Yong-cheol Lee, and Mark Liberman. (2016). Diachronic development of pitch contrast in Seoul Korean. Paper presented at the 90th Annual Meetings of Linguistic Society of America, Washington D.C. [slides]

            2015

          • Cho, Sunghye, Yong-cheol Lee, and Mark Liberman. (2015). Development of pitch contrast in Korean prosody: A corpus study. Paper presented at the 19th International Conference on Korean Linguistics, University of Chicago. [abstract]
          • Lee, Yong-cheol, Sunghye Cho, and Mark Liberman. (2015). An interaction effect between tonogenesis and focus in Seoul Korean. Paper presented at the 39th Penn Linguistics Conference, University of Pennsylvania. [slides]
          • Cho, Sunghye. (2015). The /i/ deletion rule and phonologically conditioned allomorphy in Korean cases. Paper presented at the 39th Penn Linguistics Conference, University of Pennsylvania. [handout]
          • Cho, Sunghye. (2015). The spread of the High toned /il/ in Seoul Korean: from 'one' to other meanings. Poster presented at the 89th Annual Meetings of Linguistic Society of America, Portland. [extended abstract]

            2014

          • Cho, Sunghye. (2014). Tonal patterns and extrametricality of Japanese 2-pattern accent system. Poster presented at Annual meetings on Phonology 2014, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 
          • Cho, Sunghye and Yong-cheol Lee. (2014). Tone and metrical structure in Seoul Korean. Poster presented at the 10th Workshop on Altaic Formal Linguistics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 
          • Cho, Sunghye. (2014). The High-on /il/ in Seoul Korean: a lexical diffusion or a phonological rule? Paper presented at the 40th Berkeley Linguistics Society, University of California, Berkeley. [abstract]

            2013

          • Lee, Yong-cheol and Sunghye Cho. (2013). The interaction of tone and stress in Seoul Korean. Poster presented at the 37th Penn Linguistics Conference, University of Pennsylvania. [poster]
          • Cho, Sunghye. (2013). Another tonogenesis in Korean: the case of /i/. Poster presented at the 37th Penn Linguistics Conference, University of Pennsylvania. [poster]

            2011

          • Cho, Sunghye. (2011). Dialectal variations of English and their effects on the production and perception of second language learners. 한국영어영문학회 제 5회 대학원생 세미나. [slides]

            2010

          • Cho, Sunghye. (2010). 교정적 피드백에 대한 거부감과 효과성 [The effectiveness and disfavor of corrective feedback]. 한국영어영문학회 제 4회 대학원생 세미나.

            2009

          • Cho, Sunghye. (2009). 한국인들의 영어 모음 발화와 인지 -- 실례 기반 모델의 실험 연구 [The production and perception of English vowels by Korean native speakers: an experiment study of the Exemplar-based model]. 제 91차 한국영어영문학회 학술대회.



            Invited Presentations

          • Murray Grossman, Naomi Nevler, Sunghye Cho, Sherry Ash, and Mark Liberman. (2019). Acoustic and lexical analyses of digitized speech in aging and Primary Progressive Aphasia. Paper presented at the 8th Aging and Speech Communication Research Conference, Tampa, FL.
          • Cho, Sunghye. (2017). Introduction to Korean history. Plymouth Place, La Grange Park, IL, Septermber 1. 
          • Cho, Sunghye. (2017). Introduction to Korean Teacher Training Program. Korean Language and Culture School, Milwaukee, WI, September 9. 
          • Lee, Yong-cheol and Sunghye Cho. (2017). How to document and annotate prosody. Department of English, Sogang University, Seoul, May 10. (Invited talk by the first author) 




          * For papers, abstracts, or posters that are not accessible here, please email me to csunghye AT sas DOT upenn DOT edu.