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한국어 용언 어절 재인에 미치는 어휘 변인의 영향 -모어 화자와 고급 학습자의 예-

Title
한국어 용언 어절 재인에 미치는 어휘 변인의 영향 -모어 화자와 고급 학습자의 예-
Translated Title
The Influence of Lexical Factors on Verbal Eojeol Recognition: Evidence from L1 Korean Speakers and L2 Korean Learners
Authors
김영주이선진이은하남기춘전현애이선영
DGIST Authors
전현애
Issue Date
2018
Citation
한국어교육, 29(3), 25-53
Type
Article
Keywords
한국어 용언 어절어휘 변인길이빈도중의성Korean verbal Eojeollexical factorslengthfrequencyambiguity
ISSN
1225-6137
Abstract
Youngjoo Kim, Sunjin Lee, Eun-Ha Lee, Kichun Nam, Hyunae Jun, & Sun-Young Lee. 2018. The Influence of Lexical Factors on Verbal Eojeol Recognition: Evidence from L1 Korean Speakers and L2 Korean Learners. Journal of Korean Language Education 29-3: 25-53. This study examined the influence of lexical factors on verbal Eojeol recognition. To meet the goal, forty-five L2 Korean learners and twenty-two Korean native speakers took Eojeol decision tasks measured with the lexical factors such as ‘number of strokes’, ‘number of consonants and vowels’, ‘number of syllables’, ‘number of morphemes’, ‘whole Eojeol frequency’, ‘root frequency’, ‘first-syllable-sharing frequency’, and ‘number of dictionary meanings.’ As a result, ‘whole Eojeol frequency’ was the most effective factor to predict Eojeol recognition reaction time for native speakers and L2 learners, which supports the full-list model. Other lexical factors influencing Eojeol recognition reaction time in L2 learners were different following their proficiency level. (Kyung Hee University・Korea University・Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science & Technology・Cyber Hankuk University of Foreign Studies)
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11750/9304
DOI
10.18209/iakle.2018.29.3.25
Publisher
국제한국어교육학회
Related Researcher
  • Author Jeon, Hyeon-Ae Laboratory of Cognitive Neuroscience
  • Research Interests fMRI, high-level cognition, brain imaging
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Department of Brain and Cognitive SciencesLaboratory of Cognitive Neuroscience1. Journal Articles


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