Jung, K. H., Labriola, J. T., & Baek, H. (2023). Projecting the planned trajectory of a Level–2 automated vehicle in the windshield: Effects on human drivers’ take–over response to silent failures. Applied Ergonomics, 111, 104047. 

Jung, K., Labriola, J., Krebs, J., & Sawyer. T. (2021). Usability enhancement based on usability heuristics: An examination of the underlying mechanism utilizing the psychological–refractory–period paradigm. Applied Ergonomics, 100, 103649.

Jung, K., Martin, T., & Ruthruff, E. (2020). 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/

The data associated with this manuscript are available here: /kjung2/mydocs/ 


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.


 Jung, K., & Lee, M. (2006). Characteristics of lightness perception on the achromatic Ganzfeld stimulus and the achromatic/chromatic center stimuli. Korean Journal of Experimental Psychology, 18, 281–309.


Oh, K., Kim, I., Jung, K., & Lee, M. (2006). The determination and the perceptual properties of unique hues in the Munsell color space. Journal of Korean Society of Color Studies, 20, 73–83.


Koo, M., Pak, H., Kim, Y., Oh, J., Jung, K., & Lee, M. (2005). The validity of the agreement-among-observers procedure in deciding parameters of color sensation. Journal of Korean Society of Color Studies, 19, 65–71.


Koo, M., Kim, Y., Pak, H., Jung, K., Oh, J., Oh, K., & Lee, M. (2005). The evaluation of qualification for basic color-names in Munsell color space: Bluish green, sky blue and indigo. Journal of Korean Society of Color Studies, 19, 73–81.


[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.


[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


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



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]:



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



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



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



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