Jihye Moon is from Seoul, Korea and has her B.A. in History from Seoul National University. She completed her Ph.D. in Second Language Acquisition at the University of Maryland, specializng in the acquisition of Korean as a second language. The areas of her research include heritage language acquisition, maturational constraints in language acquisition, and bilingual language processing. She also works as the Foreign Language Reviewer at the American Councils for International Education in Washington, D.C.
Moon, J. & Jiang, N. (2011). Nonselective lexical access in different-script billinguals. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, 15, 173-180.
Lee. S. Y., Moon, J., & Long, M. (2009). Linguistic correlates of proficiency in Korean as a second language. Language Research, 45, 319-348.