박희선 (Park Hee Sun)
- Phone Number
- Research Areas
- Interpersonal communication, cross-cultural communication
- Faculty Office
- Media Hall 606
Interpersonal communication is an undergraduate level class that Professor Park has been teaching consistently at Korea University. With students from diverse national and cultural backgrounds, she enjoys discussing topics such as basic communication styles, conflict, attraction, and deception. For graduate students, she has been teaching quantitative research data analyses and social scientific research paper writing. Her current research projects examine cross-cultural differences in norms and interaction patterns, multilevel aspects of group and organizational communication, and health-related social influence processes and outcomes. She received her BA in Communication from Michigan State University, MA from the University of Hawaii, and PhD from the University of California at Santa Barbara.
1. Park, H. S., & Levine, T. R. (2017). The effects of truth-lie base-rates on deception detection accuracy in Korea. Asian Journal of Communication, 27(5), 554-562. 2. Park, H. S., & Levine, T. R. (2015). Base-rates, deception detection, and deception theory: A reply to Burgoon. Human Communication Research, 41(3), 350-366. 3. Park, H. S., & Lee, H. E. (2012). Cultural differences in “thank you.” Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 31(2), 138-156. 4. Park, H. S., & Raile, A. (2010). Perspective taking and communication satisfaction in coworker dyads. Journal of Business and Psychology, 25(4), 569-581. 5. Park, H. S. (2008). The effect of shared cognition on group satisfaction and performance: Politeness and efficiency in group interaction. Communication Research, 35(1), 88-108.