LANGUAGE is a WINDOW showing our MIND & BRAIN
Our work on psycholinguistics relates to these primary areas:
Language comprehension and production
Second language acquisition
Neural correlates of the Brain
EEG(Electroencephalography) & Eye-movement tracking
Associate professor at Hanyang University
Dept. of German Language and Literature
Dept. of Cognitive Science, School of Data Science (Joint Appointment)
Yunju Nam graduated from Seoul National University with double majors in German Language & Literature and Economy.
She had worked as a research professor at Konkuk University, funded by Korean National Research Foundation.
From 2018, she worked as an assistant professor (KU research professor) at Konkuk University and contributed to Brain Cognition Research Center as a Vice Investigator.
She is actively involved in several academic societies, including the LSK(Linguistic Society of Korean), ALAK(Applied Linguistics Association of Korea), KSLI (Korean Society for Language and Information), Korean Society for EEG and Neurophysiology, where she serves as a director.
Her recent research focuses on topics in pragmatic processing in L1 and L2 learners in neural perspectives.