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TL 2019-07-27
16:10
Hyogo Hirao Seminar House, Konan University [Poster Presentation] The Learning of Verbal Inflection with Different Verb Types and the Amount of Input
Anna Kato, Hajime Ono, Takuya Goro (Tsuda Univ.) TL2019-18
We conducted an experiment with twenty-four nonce regular verbs and tested in a writing format for the negative form and... [more] TL2019-18
pp.31-36
TL 2019-07-27
16:10
Hyogo Hirao Seminar House, Konan University [Poster Presentation] Japanese children's knowledge of zibun and kare
Naho Orita (TUS), Hajime Ono (TUA), Naomi Feldman, Jeffrey Lidz (UMD) TL2019-25
While the Japanese reflexive zibun can be bound both locally and across clause boundaries (Inoue 1976 among many), the t... [more] TL2019-25
p.69
TL 2018-07-28
14:20
Tokyo Keio University Longer yet Faster Dependency Resolution and the Expectation Effect
Nanami Moriyama, Hajime Ono (Tsuda) TL2018-18
Previous studies have suggested that memory retrieval and expectation for upcoming linguistic input are importantly part... [more] TL2018-18
pp.33-38
TL 2017-07-23
11:40
Tokyo NINJAL Evaluating individual reading time differences through a psychological measure
Mei Yoshimoto (Tsuda Univ.), Satoshi Nambu (Monash Univ.), Hajime Ono (Tsuda Univ.) TL2017-29
 [more] TL2017-29
pp.81-86
TL 2016-07-23
11:30
Tokyo Waseda Univ. (Nishi-Waseda Campus) BCCWJ-EyeTracking -- Reading Time Annotation on the `Balanced Corpus of Contemporary Written Japanese' --
Masayuki Asahara (NINJAL), Hajime Ono (TC), Miyamoto Edson Tadashi (U of Tsukuba) TL2016-14
The Dundee Corpus (Kennedy and Pynte, 2005, `Parafoveal-on-foveal effects in normal reading', Vision Research, vol. 45, ... [more] TL2016-14
pp.7-12
TL 2016-07-23
17:00
Tokyo Waseda Univ. (Nishi-Waseda Campus) Mora Effects and the Sound Symbolism of Speed
Mei Yoshimoto, Hajime Ono (Tsuda) TL2016-18
 [more] TL2016-18
pp.31-36
TL 2016-07-23
17:00
Tokyo Waseda Univ. (Nishi-Waseda Campus) Locality Effect on the Processing of Gap-Filler Dependency: An On-Line Study of Japanese Relative Clauses
Shoko Yanagino (JustSystems), Hajime Ono (Tsuda College) TL2016-19
In Japanese, previous studies observed a lack of locality effects in integrating a referential NP and a verb (Nakatani a... [more] TL2016-19
pp.37-42
TL 2013-08-03
15:35
Osaka Kwansei Gakuin University, Osaka Umeda Campus [Poster Presentation] Similarity of Noun Phrases influences the word order in sentence production -- Evidence from Kaqchikel --
Takuya Kubo (Hiroshima Univ.), Hajime Ono (Kinki Univ.), Mikihiro Tanaka (Konan women's Univ.), Masatoshi Koizumi (Tohoku Univ.), Hiromu Sakai (Hiroshima Univ.) TL2013-25
(Advance abstract in Japanese is available) [more] TL2013-25
pp.63-68
TL 2013-08-03
15:35
Osaka Kwansei Gakuin University, Osaka Umeda Campus [Poster Presentation] Binding and Dependency Length in Gapless Relative Clauses
Hajime Ono, Yu Ikemoto (Kinki Univ.) TL2013-29
Previous studies on Japanese relative clauses suggested that prediction makes an effect on the processing cost for the r... [more] TL2013-29
pp.87-92
TL 2011-08-05
14:45
Hiroshima Hiroshima Univ. Animacy Effects on Word Order in VOS Language -- Evidence from a Picture Description Task in Kaqchikel --
Takuya Kubo (Hiroshima Univ.), Hajime Ono (Kinki Univ.), Mikihiro Tanaka (Showa Univ.), Masatoshi Koizumi (Tohoku Univ.), Hiromu Sakai (Hiroshima Univ.) TL2011-11
Recent production studies have shown that the linear order of NPs is affected by animacy in a way that an animate NP ten... [more] TL2011-11
pp.19-24
TL 2011-08-05
15:15
Hiroshima Hiroshima Univ. Grammatical Function Assignment and Word Order Determination in Japanese Sentence Production -- Evidence from Structural Priming Effects in a Picture Description Task --
Ying Deng (Hiroshima Univ.), Hajime Ono (Kinki Univ), Hiromu Sakai (Hiroshima Univ.) TL2011-12
Using a structural priming paradigm, the details of sentence production model have been investigated substantially, spec... [more] TL2011-12
pp.25-30
TL 2011-08-06
10:00
Hiroshima Hiroshima Univ. Why object clefts are easier to process than subject clefts in Japanese -- Frequency or expectation? --
Baris Kahraman (Canakkale Onsekiz Mart Univ.), Atsushi Sato (Hiroshima Univ.), Hajime Ono (Kinki Univ.), Hiromu Sakai (Hiroshima Univ.) TL2011-20
Previous studies have shown that both frequency and expectation for upcoming structures play an important role on senten... [more] TL2011-20
pp.67-72
TL 2010-08-05
15:35
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Time Course of Processing Word Order Alternation in Japanese -- An ERP Investigation Using Reversible Sentences --
Hiromu Sakai (Hiroshima Univ.), Hajime Ono (Kinki Univ.), Shengyan Long, Ying Deng, Hiroshi Nittono (Hiroshima Univ.) TL2010-22
(Advance abstract in Japanese is available) [more] TL2010-22
pp.67-69
TL 2010-08-06
15:10
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Integration of Wh-Phrases and Predicates in Japanese Sentence Processing
Hajime Ono (Kinki Univ.), Kentaro Nakatani (Konan Univ.) TL2010-28
In head-final languages like Japanese, one can imagine that a lot of integration processes must occur at the predicate, ... [more] TL2010-28
pp.99-104
TL 2009-07-18
15:15
Fukuoka New Century Plaza II, Hakozaki Campus of Kyushu Univ. Effects of Noun Phrase Animacy and Word Order in Sentence Production -- An Eye-Tracking Study using Visual World Paradigm --
Kanako Ono, Ying Deng (Hiroshima Univ.), Hajime Ono (Kinki Univ.), Hiromu Sakai (Hiroshima Univ.) TL2009-15
Griffin & Bock (2000) monitored the eye-movement of speakers as they describe simple events and found that the speakers’... [more] TL2009-15
pp.39-44
TL 2009-07-18
16:30
Fukuoka New Century Plaza II, Hakozaki Campus of Kyushu Univ. [Poster Presentation] Effects of Noun Phrase Animacy and Predicate Type on Word Order Alternation in Three-Place Predicate Constructions -- An ERP Investigation --
Hiromu Sakai (Hiroshima University), Kaori Hamada, Rosalynn Chiu, Shengyan Long, Ying Deng (Hiroshima University), Hajime Ono (Kinki University), Hiroshi Nittono (Hiroshima University) TL2009-19
(Advance abstract in Japanese is available) [more] TL2009-19
pp.63-66
TL 2008-08-08
13:30
Miyagi Hotel Onikobe The Semantic Inference in the Acquisition of Verbal Lexical Concept -- In the case of an adult Japanese native speaker --
Kyoko Sakamoto, Tomoaki Sato, Naoko Kotake, Ying Deng, Rosalynn Chiu, Youngju Kim (Hiroshima Univ.), Hajime Ono (Kansai Gaidai Univ.), Hiromu Sakai (Hiroshima Univ.) TL2008-16
This study examined whether or not adult native speakers of Japanese infer meaning from case particles when they learn n... [more] TL2008-16
pp.23-28
TL 2008-08-08
14:00
Miyagi Hotel Onikobe Asymmetry between arguments and adjuncts in processing structurally ambiguous sentences -- Comparing NPs and adverbs in Japanese --
Rosalynn Chiu (Hiroshima Univ.), Hajime Ono (Kansai Gaidai Univ.), Hiromu Sakai (Hiroshima Univ.) TL2008-17
Although attachment ambiguity arises because a dative goal argument is always optional for Japanese ditransitive verbs, ... [more] TL2008-17
pp.29-34
TL 2008-08-08
16:15
Miyagi Hotel Onikobe Priming effects in Japanese passive sentence production -- Evidence from Picture-description task in dialogue --
Ying Deng (Hiroshima Univ.), Hajime Ono (Kansai Gaidai Univ.), Hiromu Sakai (Hiroshima Univ.) TL2008-22
Structural priming (SP) effects have been substantially investigated in head-initial languages (e.g., English). Our prev... [more] TL2008-22
pp.55-60
TL 2008-08-09
15:30
Miyagi Hotel Onikobe Message Planning and Lexical Encoding in Sentence Production -- A View from Japanese Existential Construction --
Hajime Ono (Kansai Gaidai Univ.), Hiromu Sakai (Hiroshima Univ.) TL2008-34
Griffin & Bock (2000) monitored the eye-movement of speakers as they describe simple events and found that the speakers ... [more] TL2008-34
pp.119-124
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