Jaesook Gho

Jaesook Gho
Lecturer, Family and Consumer Sciences
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Lecturer, Family and Consumer Sciences

Child and Family Studies

Education:

  • Ph.D. developmental studies specialization, Child Development & Family Studies, Purdue University
  • M.S. developmental studies specialization, Child Development & Family Studies,
  • Purdue University
  • M.A., Counseling Psychology, Liberty University
  • B.S. Chemistry, Sangmyung Women’s University, Seoul, Korea

Certifications:

  • Certified Family Life Educator (CFLE), National Council on Family Relations, Since 2007

Areas of teaching interest:

  • Introduction to Research in family and Consumer Sciences
  • Global Perspectives on the Family
  • Adult Development

Membership of Professional Societies:

  • National Council on Family Relations (NCFR)
  • Korean Society of Translators

Background:

Jaesook Gho has been on the faculty of Liberty University before joining Baylor University as a part-time faculty member, while at Liberty, she served on the Intuitional Review board for the Protection of Human Subjects, including a time as Chair of the board. She has also worked as an interpreter (Korean/English) both in the US and in Korea for the Korean government. Her experience as an interpreter includes serving as a translator and member of ARD (Admission, Review, and Dismissal) meetings for ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) and ID (Intellectual Disability) student assessment procedures and translated formal documentations including IEP (Individual Education Program) and ARD deliberations.

Research interests:

The influence of alcohol portrayal in the media and culture on individuals and families’ health and wellbeing

Publications/presentations/honors:

Yoon Y.S., Gooler, D.M., Allen, J.B., Gho, J.S. (2017) “Comparisons in consonant confusions with and without gain for the hearing-impaired listeners” Clinical Archives of Communication Disorders, 2(1): 69-84.

Yoon Y.S., Liu A., Shin Y.R., Gho, J.S., Hicks, C., Fu Q.J., and Coltisor, A. (2016). “Effect of channel interaction and presentation level on speech recognition in simulated bilateral cochlear implants” Clinical Archives of Communication Disorders, 1(1): 77-86.

Yoon Y. S., Shin, Y. R., Gho, J. S., and Fu, Q. J. (2015). Bimodal benefit depends on the performance difference between a cochlear implant and a hearing aid. Cochlear Implants International, 16(3), 159-167.

Book publications:

Gho, J. (In press). Love your children according to knowledge. Seoul, Korea: Haneon Publishing.  This book is based on my dissertation research and Christian-parenting. It is aimed toward those Korean parents who love their children but do not know how to parent them in a healthy way.

Gho, J. (2008, June). How to develop an English mindset. Seoul, Korea: Haneon Publishing.  In this book, I discussed my own theory of second language acquisition based on Piagetian theory, information processing theory, and brain development.

Gho, J. (2003, December). Language school II. Seoul, Korea: Haneon Publishing.

Conversational English Textbook for intermediate ESL Learners.

Gho, J. (2003, August). Language school I. Seoul, Korea: Haneon Publishing. Conversational English Textbook for Beginners.

Gho, J. (2001, Aug). Mainstream English for all occasions: Audiobook I & II. Seoul, Korea: Haneon Publishing.