Yoo Lae completed her Master’s in English Language at Dongguk University in Seoul, Korea. Her thesis was about how different reading methods affect second language learners’ comprehension. After receiving her MA degree, she started her Ph.D. at Concordia University under the supervision of Professor Kim McDonough. Yoo Lae’s current research interests are second language acquisition, psycholinguistics, language teaching, and development of foreign language. She likes to learn new languages and to do yoga for pleasure.
- Exploring the relationship between nonverbal features and affective alignment
- Helping speakers recognize visual signals of non-understanding and initiate self-repair
- McDonough, K., Kim, Y.-L., Uludag, P., Liu, C., & Trofimovich, P (2022). Exploring the relationship between behavior matching and interlocutor perceptions in L2 interaction. System, 108, Article 102865. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.system.2022.102865
GRANTS, awards and scholarships
Awards and Scholarships
- Concordia International Tuition Award of Excellence
- Concordia University Graduate Fellowship