Lee, Jungmee, Ph.D.
Jungmee Lee got her BA in Psychology from Seoul National University, South Korea and a Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology from University of Florida (advisor: David M. Green). She did her postdoctoral trainings with Sid. P Bacon at the Arizona State University and Glenis Long at the graduate center of the City University of New York. Prior to joining USF, she worked as an instructor and senior scientist at University of Wisconsin-Madison, worked as a hearing scientist and project manager for Hearing Assessment Reformation Project (HARP) at Northwestern University, and was a faculty member at the University of Arizona. Her major training is in experimental psychology, specializing in auditory perception (psychoacoustics). The research focus has been on perception mechanisms of time-varying signals like speech and music (auditory temporal processing) in both normal and impaired hearing systems. Recently, her research has been expanded to combine knowledge of physiological measures (i.e., otoacoustic emissions) and psychoacoustics to better understand the auditory system. She used to teach Suzuki Piano while she was on motherhood leave. Another passion other than hearing science and piano is photography.
|B.A. (Psychology)||Seoul National University||1988|
|Ph.D. (Experimental Psychology)||University of Florida||1994|
|Post-Doctoral Fellowship||Arizona State University||1994-1995|
|Post-Doctoral Fellowship||Graduate Center at CUNY||
SPA 5132 Audiology Instrumentation
SPA 5120 Psychoacoustics
SPA 6906 & SPA 7497 Proseminar in Communication Sciences and Disorders
- An-Chieh Chang, Robert Lutfi, Jungmee Lee, and Inseok Heo (2016). “A Detection-Theoretic Analysis of Auditory Streaming and Its Relation to Auditory Masking,” Trends in hearing, Vol 20, 1-9.
- An-Chieh Chang, Jungmee Lee, Robert Lutfi (2015). “Auditory streaming of tones of uncertain frequency, level and duration,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am.Express Letter, http://dx.doi.org/10.1121/1.4936981
- Lynn Gilbertson, Robert Lutfi, and Jungmee Lee (2015). “Estimates of decision weights and internal noise in the masked discrimination of vowels by young and elderly adults,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am.Vol. 137, EL407.
- Jungmee Lee, Inseok Heo, Glenis Long, An-Chieh Chang, Kristen Bond, Christophe Stoelinga, andRobert Lutfi (2015). “Individual differences in behavioral decision weights related to irregularities in cochlear mechanics,”in van Dijk, P., Baskent, D., Gaudrain, E., de Kleine, E., Wagner, A., Lanting, C. (Eds.), Physiology, Psychoacoustics and Cognition in Normal and Impaired Hearing, New York: Springer
- Christophe Stoelinga, Inseok Heo, Glenis Long, Jungmee Lee, Robert Lutfi, and An-Chieh Chang (2015) Exploring a potential role of cochlear nonlinearity in detecting mistuning of a harmonic in a harmonic complex using Distortion Product Otoacoustic Emissions. In Mechanics of Hearing: Protein to Perception, Karavitaki KD, Corey DP (eds). American Institute of Physics, Melville, NY, pp. 090022-1- 090022-5
- James Dewey, Jungmee Lee, and Sumitrajit Dhar(2014). “Effect of Contralateral Acoustic Stimulation on Hearing Threshold fine structure and Spontaneous Otoacoustic Emissions,” JARO, 15 (6), 897–914. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10162-014-0485-5
- Jungmee Lee, Pamela Souza, Bomjun Kwon, and Gayla Poling(2014). “Dynamic range compression effects on modulation detection interference,” POMA,12, 050008, http://dx.doi.org/10.1121/1.4863158
- Gayla Poling, Jonathan Siegel, Jungmee Lee, Jungwha Lee, and Sumitrajit Dhar (2014). “Fine structure of the 2ƒ1-ƒ2 distortion product otoacoustic emission in a normal hearing population,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 135(1), 287-99.
- Rachael Baiduc, Jungmee Lee, and Sumitrajit Dhar (2014). “The influence of spontaneous otoacoustic emissions on threshold microstructure and psychophysical tuning: The good, the bad, and the ugly,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 135(1), 300-314.
- Christopher Bergevin, Analydia Fulcher, Susan Richmond, David Velenovsky, and Jungmee Lee (2012). “Interrelationships between spontaneous and low-level stimulus-frequency otoacoustic emissions in humans,” Hear. Res., 285, 20-28.
- Jungmee Lee, Sumitrajit Dhar, Rebekah Abel, Renee Banakis, Evan Grolley,
- Jungwha Lee, Steven Zecker, Jonathan Siegel (2012), “Behavioral Hearing Thresholds Between 0.125 and 20 kHz Measured Using a Clinically-Viable Calibration Procedure,” Ear and Hearing, 33, 315-329.
- Jungmee Lee and Glenis Long (2012). “Stimulus characteristics which lessen the impact of threshold fine-structure on estimates of hearing status,” Hear. Res. 283, 24-32
- Gayla Poling, Jungmee Lee, Jonathan Siegel, Sumitrajit Dhar.(2012) Clinical Utilisation of High-frequency DPOAEs. ENT & audiology news (September/October) 21(4):91-92
- Glenis R. Long, Carrick L. Talmadge, and Jungmee Lee (2008). “Measuring DPOAE using continuously sweeping primaries,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 124(3), 1613-1626
- Derek Edwards,Jungmee Lee, Jennifer Andrews, and Aileen Wong (2008). “Contribution of onset/offset information of modulation on AM depth discrimination,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am.Vol. 123, EL111. PMCID: PMC2811550
- Son Shin, Jungmee Lee, and Cheol-Won Ryu (2007). “A Study on the Effect of Acculturative Factors on the Psychological Well-being of Korean American Older Immigrants in New York City,” Journal of Welfare for the Aged, Vol 38.79-108
- Juil Rie, Jeewon Cheong, Jungmee Lee. (2006). Comparison of psychological factors affecting happiness of the Korean elderly residing in USA and Korea. Korean journal of Psychological and Social issues, Vol.12, No.5, 169-203.