Academic Staff

Jookyoung JUNG

Assistant Professor
B.A. (Korea University), M.A. (Korea University), Ph.D. (University College London)

Tel 3943 5719
Office Fung King Hey 302
Link ResearchGate

Administrative Post:
Postgraduate Coordinator (Applied English Linguistics)
College Coordinator (5 new colleges)

Research Interests
Second language acquisition (SLA), task-based language teaching (TBLT), second language reading and writing, eye-tracking technology and the role of individual differences.
Selected Publications
Révész, A., Stainer, M., Jung, J., Lee, M., & Michel, M. Using eye-tracking as a tool to develop second language lexical skills. Language Learning & Technology.
Jung, J., Wang, H., Li, W., & Zhang, W. The impact of different glossing conditions on the learning of EFL single words and collocations in reading. IRAL - International Review of Applied Linguistics in Language Teaching.
Fan, W. Y., & Jung, J. Cantonese and Korean learners’ comprehension and appreciation of English textual humor. ITL - International Journal of Applied Linguistics.
Sze-to, H. Y., & Jung, J. Incidental lexical learning from single-player video game. English Language Assessment, 17(1), 131-151.
Jung, J., & Fu, X. Explaining dynamic interactions in video-conferenced collaborative writing. In J. Pun, S. Curle, & D. Yuksel (Eds.), The use of Technology in English medium education (pp.191–213). Springer International Publishing.
Chan, H. W., & Jung, J. Hong Kong EFL learners' politeness strategy use in production and perception of requests and refusals. English Language Assessment,16(2), 49-69.
Jung, J., & Fu, X. The impact of pragmalinguistic support on video-conferenced collaborative suggestion-giving task. IRAL - International Review of Applied Linguistics in Language Teaching.
Jung, J., & Révész, A. The effects of reading activity characteristics on L2 reading processes and noticing of glossed constructions. Studies in Second Language Acquisition, 40(4), 755-780.
Jung, J. Effects of task complexity on L2 reading and L2 learning. English Teaching, 71(4), 141-166.
Jung, J. Effects of glosses on learning of L2 grammar and vocabulary. Language Teaching Research, 20(1), 92-112.
Jung, J. Second language reading and the role of grammar. Teachers College, Columbia University Working Papers in TESOL & Applied Linguistics, 9(2), 29-48.
Han, J., & Jung, J. Patterns and preferences of corrective feedback and learner repair. The Applied Linguistics Association of Korea, 23(1), 243-260.
Jung, J. Socio-cognitive functions of collaborative interaction among L2 learners. The Applied Linguistics Association of Korea, 21(2), 1-18.

Grants & Scholarships
Research Grants Council (RGC) Grant 2021/22, Hong Kong
  • Early Career Scheme (ECS) Grant, HK$ 398,000, 2022-2024
  • Title: The effects of gaze-contingent input enhancement on learning of second language collocations from computer-mediated reading
Direct Grant for Research, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • Direct Grant for Research, Arts and Languages Panel, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, HK$90,000, 2020-2021
  • Title: The effects of proactive versus reactive input enhancement on learning of L2 collocations: An eye-tracking study
Sep 2015
TIRF Doctoral Dissertation Grant Competition
  • The International Research Foundation for English Language Education (TIRF) Doctoral Dissertation Grant, US$5,000, 2015-2016
  • Title: The effects of task complexity on the difficulty of L2 reading test: An eye-tracking study
Jan 2015
Language Learning Dissertation Grant Award
  • Language Learning Dissertation Grant, US$2,000, 2015
  • Title: The effects of task complexity, glosses, and working memory capacity on L2 reading and L2 learning