Research

[Published]

Jung, K., White, K., & Powanda, S. (2019). Automaticity of gender categorization: A test of the efficiency feature. Social Cognition, 37(2), 122-144. 

 

Jung, K., Ruthruff, E., & Goldsmith, T. (2017). Document similarity misjudgment by LSA: Misses vs. false positives. Proceedings of the Thirty Ninth Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society.

 

Reece, K., Morales, C., & Jung, K. (2015). Survey about Desire 2 Learn (D2L) at SPSU: What do students experience with D2L? SPSU SoTL research archive.

 

Gaspelin, N., Ruthruff, E., & Jung, K. (2014). Slippage theory and the flanker paradigm: An early-selection account of selective attention failures. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 40(3), 1257-1273.

 

Jung, K., Ruthruff, E., & Gaspelin, N. (2013). Automatic identification of familiar faces. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 75(7), 1438-1450.

 

Jung, K., Ruthruff, E., Tybur, J., Gaspelin, N., & Miller, G. (2012). Perception of facial attractiveness requires some attentional resources: Implications for the “automaticity” of psychological adaptations.  Evolution and Human Behavior, 33(3), 241-250

 

Gaspelin, N., Ruthruff, E., Jung, K., Cosman, J.D., & Vecera, S.P. (2012). Does low perceptual load enable capture by color singletons?  Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 24, 735-750.

 

Gaspelin, N., Ruthruff, E., Lien, M., & Jung, K. (2012). Breaking through the attentional window: Capture by abrupt onsets versus color singletons. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 74, 1461-1474.

 

 

[Book Translation]

Weinschenk, S. (2015) 100 More things every designer needs to know about people. San Francisco, CA: New Riders. Translated in Korean and published in 2017.

  

 

[Under Review]

Jung, K., Martin, T., & Ruthruff, E. (under review). Electrophysiological Examination of the Response-Related Interference While Dual-Tasking: Is It Motoric or Attentional? Psychological Research.

The code associated with this manuscript is available here: /kjung2/Codes.zip

The data associated with this manuscript are available here: /kjung2/mydocs/Data%20for%20Sharing.zip 

 

  

[In Preparation]

Jung, K. Document Summarization by Human Readers: Concept-Structure-Based Approach. Cognitive Science.

  

Jung, K., Ruthruff, E., & Goldsmith, T. (in preparation). Semantic similarity of documents based on keyword relatedness. Cognition. Associated data are shown below:

1. To retrieve the 50 Australian news articles and the human ratings (Lee et al., 2005; Pincombe, 2004), visit

http://faculty.sites.uci.edu/mdlee/similarity-data/

 

2. 4486 Background documents came from the same source of the 50 Australian news articles as well as the 50 australian news articles themselves:

 /kjung2/mydocs/50%20Australian%20news%20articles%20and%20the%204486%20Background%20documents.docx

 

3. LSA cosine-similarity scores of the 1225 Australian news article pairs under the optimal parameter setting of [4486 background documents from the same source as the 50 news articles, dimension of 200, and local–global weighting of tf–p-inverse]:

 /kjung2/mydocs/LSA%20cosine%20similarity%20scores%20of%20the%201225%20document%20pairs%20under%20the%20optimal%20parameter%20setting.xlsx

 

4. Document relatedness ratings replicated for the 22 candidate misjudged document pairs (N = 10):

 /kjung2/mydocs/Document%20relatedness%20ratings%20replicated%20for%20the%2022%20candidate%20misjudged%20document%20pairs.xlsx

 

5. Word-pair relatedness ratings of the 12 misjudged document pairs (Experiment 2):

 /kjung2/mydocs/Word%20Pair%20List%20and%20Human%20Ratings_Experiment%201.xlsx

 

6. Keyword selection data across the 50 news articles (Experiment 3):

/kjung2/mydocs/Keyword%20Selection%20Results_Experiment%202.xlsx 

 

7. Keyness score of each word within each document across the 50 news articles (Experiment 3):

/kjung2/Keyness_Scores_Across%2050%20Docs.xlsx

 

 

 

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