Hae In (Lauren) Park

Position: Assistant Professor
Office: (518) 442-5037
Email: hpark9@albany.edu
Fax: (518) 442-5008

Dr. Hae In (Lauren) Park is an assistant professor of TESOL and second language acquisition in the Department of Educational Theory & Practice. She works in the areas of bilingualism and cognition, conceptual transfer, experimental psycholinguistics, and adult second/third language acquisition. The main questions that guide her research concern (a) how learning an additional language changes human cognition; and (b) to what extent L2 users rely on their L1-mediated cognition when using an L2. She has worked independently and collaboratively on a variety of projects examining the issues of bilingual cognition, conceptual transfer, L2 syntactic priming, and transfer in L3 acquisition.

 

In the academic year of 2016-2017, she is teaching ETAP501 The Teaching of English to Speakers of Other Languages and ETAP 536 Second Language Learning. She is also the organizer of the SLA reading group Trends in SLA, which meets bi-weekly to discuss current research trends in the field of SLA and bilingualism.

 

 

Education:

Ph.D. (2015) Georgetown University, Linguistics

M.S. (2013) Georgetown University, Linguistics

M.A. (2008) Teachers College, Columbia University, Applied Linguistics

B.A. (2005) Kyung Hee University, English Language and Literature

 

Selected Publications:

For more publications, visit https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Hae_In_Park

 

Mackey, A., Park, H. I., & Tagarelli, K. (2016). Error, feedback and repair: variations and learning outcomes. In G. Hall (Ed.) The Routledge Handbook of English Language Teaching. London/New York: Routledge.

 

Sanz, C., Park, H. I., & Lado, B. (2015). A functional approach to cross-linguistic influence in ab initio L3 acquisition. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, 18, 236-251.

 

Park, H. I., & Ziegler, N. (2014). Cognitive shift in the bilingual mind: Spatial concepts in Korean-English bilinguals. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, 17, 410-430.