Presentation 2002/8/22
Effects of Slow-Motion Replay in Signed Language Learning
Satoshi ABE, Nozomu ONDA, Hideo YAMAMOTO, Kazuo KAMATA, Susan FISCHER,
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Abstract(in English) Normal hearing people who study signed language that deaf people use in a everyday communication are increasing in number due to the recognition of social. In this paper, we make experiments to collect data for the effect of slow playback of signing motion on language perception. We consider certain conditions on playback speed, and picture quality. The subjects are students who learns signed language for some years, and do not have any experience in learning it. The results show useful effect of slow playback in perception of signed language expressions (sign words).
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Keyword(in English) Signed Language / rate effect / language cognition
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Title (in English) Effects of Slow-Motion Replay in Signed Language Learning
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Keyword(1) Signed Language
Keyword(2) rate effect
Keyword(3) language cognition
1st Author's Name Satoshi ABE
1st Author's Affiliation Utsunomiya University()
2nd Author's Name Nozomu ONDA
2nd Author's Affiliation Utsunomiya University
3rd Author's Name Hideo YAMAMOTO
3rd Author's Affiliation Utsunomiya University
4th Author's Name Kazuo KAMATA
4th Author's Affiliation Utsunomiya University
5th Author's Name Susan FISCHER
5th Author's Affiliation National Technical Institute for the Deaf
Date 2002/8/22
Paper # HCS2002-15
Volume (vol) vol.102
Number (no) 280
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 6
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