Grace Kuo, PhD
Assistant Professor, Classics, Modern Languages and Linguistics
My general research interests fall within the areas of phonetics and laboratory phonology. I am currently interested in how L1 and L2 speakers produce, perceive, process, and acquire/learn the prosodic structures. My work investigates the subjects such as speech prosody and their acoustic correlates, speech rhythm, voice quality, accent variations, and prosodic processing. My research approach integrates behavioral experiments, corpus study and computational modeling.
Ph.D. in Linguistics, University of California, Los Angeles.
M.A. in Linguistics, University of California, Los Angeles.
M.A. in Linguistics, National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu, Taiwan.
LING 200/4 C Introduction to Linguistic Science
LING 372/4 B Descriptive and Instrumental Phonetics
LING 353/4 A Psycholinguistics
LING 200/2 A Introduction to Linguistic Science
LING 372/2 A Descriptive and Instrumental Phonetics
LING 421/2 A Non-Indo European Structures