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TL 2018-07-28
Tokyo Keio University TL2018-16  [more] TL2018-16
TL 2017-07-23
Tokyo NINJAL Structural priming effects in Japanese sentence production -- Stronger influence of voice than word order --
Ying Deng (Univ. of Tokyo/RIKEN), Chie Nakamura (MIT/JSPS) TL2017-30
Past research has showed the effect of priming both with voice (active and passive) and word order (canonical and scramb... [more] TL2017-30
TL 2015-08-05
Tokyo Tsuda College Predicting the verb in comprehending Japanese
Manabu Arai (Tokyo Univ.), Chie Nakamura (MIT), Yuki Hirose (Tokyo Univ.) TL2015-21
(Advance abstract in Japanese is available) [more] TL2015-21
TL 2015-08-05
Tokyo Tsuda College Word order priming in Japanese -- The role of verb repetition --
Ying Deng (RIKEN), Chie Nakamura (Tokyo Univ./MIT/JSPS) TL2015-29
Past research showed an effect of priming both with voice (active and passive) and word order (canonical and scrambled) ... [more] TL2015-29
TL 2014-08-13
Tokyo The University of Tokyo (Komaba) 18 Bldg. Hall Facilitatory and inhibitory effects of thematic fit in ambiguity resolution
Manabu Arai, Chie Nakamura, Yuki Hirose (Univ. of Tokyo) TL2014-31
(Advance abstract in Japanese is available) [more] TL2014-31
TL 2012-07-22
Yamagata Yamagata University Preservation of the Initial Analysis with Japanese Relative Clause Sentences
Chie Nakamura (Keio Univ.), Manabu Arai (Univ. of Tokyo) TL2012-19
(Advance abstract in Japanese is available) [more] TL2012-19
TL 2012-07-22
Yamagata Yamagata University Priming of branching structure in comprehension
Manabu Arai, Yuki Hirose (Univ. of Tokyo), Chie Nakamura (Keio Univ.), Edson T. Miyamoto (Univ. of Tsukuba) TL2012-20
It is known that previous experience of a particular syntactic structure facilitates subsequent processing of the same s... [more] TL2012-20
TL 2011-08-05
Hiroshima Hiroshima Univ. [Poster Presentation] Immediate use of contextually meaningful prosodic information in processing of garden-path sentences
Chie Nakamura (Keio Univ./RIKEN), Manabu Arai (Tokyo Univ./RIKEN), Reiko Mazuka (RIKEN/Duke Univ.) TL2011-17
An eye-tracking experiment examined whether prosodic information can be immediately used to predict and analyze a correc... [more] TL2011-17
TL 2011-08-06
Hiroshima Hiroshima Univ. An anticipatory effect of syntactic priming in processing of structurally ambiguous sentences
Manabu Arai (Tokyo Univ./RIKEN), Chie Nakamura (Keio Univ./RIKEN), Reiko Mazuka (RIKEN/Duke Univ.) TL2011-23
Several previous studies on language comprehension found that processing difficulty due to structural ambiguity can be r... [more] TL2011-23
TL 2011-02-04
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Japanese learners experience less difficulty with English garden-path sentences than native speakers by using subcategorization information of a verb
Chie Nakamura (JSPS/Keio Univ.), Manabu Arai (JSPS/Tokyo Univ.), Yasunari Harada (Waseda Univ.) TL2010-48
This study investigates the difference in processing structurally ambiguous (so-called ‘garden-path’) sentences in Engli... [more] TL2010-48
TL 2010-08-05
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Preference between syntactic vs. prosodic cues in comprehension of aurally presented English sentences among Japanese EFL learner
Chie Nakamura (JSPS/Keio Univ.), Yasunari Harada (Waseda Univ.), Shun Ishizaki (Keio Univ.) TL2010-13
The purpose of this study is to determine what information Japanese EFL learners rely on in processing English sentences... [more] TL2010-13
TL 2009-07-18
Fukuoka New Century Plaza II, Hakozaki Campus of Kyushu Univ. How Japanese English-learners pay attention to prosodic cues in English sentences
Chie Nakamura (Keio Univ.) TL2009-16
Prosodic cues in speech language convey information of speaker’s emotions and intentions. It is also known that prosodi... [more] TL2009-16
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