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TL 2021-09-18
14:05
Online Online Effects of Audience-Oriented Design and Speaker-Oriented Design in the Choice of Numeral Classifier Ordering in Japanese -- A View from the Topic Modeling Analysis of BCCWJ --
Natsuki Iwano, Naho Orita (Waseda U.), Hiroshi Noji (LeapMind), Hiromu Sakai (Waseda U.) TL2021-13
 [more] TL2021-13
pp.7-10
TL 2020-12-05
14:40
Online Online MEG Investigation into Neural Basis for Predictive Processing of Language -- A View from Japanese Numeral Classifiers --
Hiromu Sakai (Waseda U.), Yohei Oseki (U. Tokyo), Atsushi Matsumoto (Kansai U. of Welfare Sciences), Aine Ito (Humboldt U.), Michiru Makuuchi (National Rehabilitation Center for Per) TL2020-8
 [more] TL2020-8
pp.10-11
HIP 2020-10-09
15:10
Online Online [Invited Talk] Tracking a pathway from thought to speech through eye-movement
Hiromu Sakai (Waseda Univ.) HIP2020-49
 [more] HIP2020-49
pp.85-86
TL 2019-07-27
14:40
Hyogo Hirao Seminar House, Konan University Evidentiality, Modality and Causality -- corpus and neurolinguistic studies --
Yurie Hara (WU), Naho Orita (Tokyo University of Science), Deng Ying (UT), Takeshi Koshizuka (okyo University of Science), Hiromu Sakai (WU) TL2019-13
Davis&Hara (2014) and Hara (2017) argue that: 1. The Japanese sentence final auxiliary yooda ‘it seems’ as in (1) is a m... [more] TL2019-13
p.15
TL 2019-07-27
15:40
Hyogo Hirao Seminar House, Konan University Prediction of orthographic information during listening comprehension
Aine Ito (Humboldt Univ. Berlin), Hiromu Sakai (Waseda Univ.) TL2019-15
 [more] TL2019-15
p.21
TL 2019-07-28
10:30
Hyogo Hirao Seminar House, Konan University Comprehension of underspecified iterative meaning in Japanese
Yao-Ying Lai, Michiru Makuuchi (National Rehabilitation Center), Maria Pinango (Yale Univ.), Hiromu Sakai (Waseda Univ.) TL2019-31
This study examines the processing of sentences like "The athlete jumped for 20 minutes", which involve an iterative mea... [more] TL2019-31
pp.101-106
TL 2018-07-28
16:40
Tokyo Keio University [Poster Presentation] On the asymmetry of evidentiality and causality -- a corpus study --
Yurie Hara (Waseda Univ.), Naho Orita (Tokyo Univ. of Science), Hiromu Sakai (Waseda Univ.) TL2018-26
 [more] TL2018-26
p.71
TL 2018-07-28
16:40
Tokyo Keio University Predictive Processing of Japanese Classifier-Noun Combinations -- An ERP study --
Hiromu Sakai, Yohei Oseki (Waseda Univ.), Naho Orita (Tokyo Univ. of Science) TL2018-32
 [more] TL2018-32
pp.99-100
TL 2017-07-23
10:00
Tokyo NINJAL Inflectional Directionality in Morphological Productivity
Yohei Oseki (NYU), Yasutada Sudo (UCL), Hiromu Sakai (Waseda), Alec Marantz (NYU) TL2017-27
In this paper, we investigate a hitherto unexplored possibility of inflectional directionality that past tense forms are... [more] TL2017-27
pp.73-78
TL 2016-07-24
14:15
Tokyo Waseda Univ. (Nishi-Waseda Campus) Unconscious translation from Japanese kanji to Chinese hanzi by Chinese-Japanese bilinguals: An ERP investigation
Yunzhu Wang, Yingyi Luo (Waseda Univ.), Shota Momma (UMD), Hiromu Sakai (Waseda Univ.) TL2016-25
This study examined whether unconscious L2-to-L1 translation is involved in word recognition by Chinese-Japanese bilingu... [more] TL2016-25
pp.71-76
TL 2015-08-05
13:00
Tokyo Tsuda College Anti-locality bias in the processing of Japanese reflexive binding
Akira Omaki (Johns Hopkins Univ.), Brian Dillon (UMass Amherst), Satoshi Ito (Mie Univ.), Takuya Kubo (Hiroshima Univ.), Hiromu Sakai (Waseda Univ.) TL2015-20
(Advance abstract in Japanese is available) [more] TL2015-20
pp.15-17
TL 2015-08-05
17:00
Tokyo Tsuda College Linguistic information usage of Japanese children in case markers learning -- Through the sentence comprehension experiment using artificial case markers --
Zhao Zhao (Hirosima Univ), Hiromu Sakai (Waseda Univ) TL2015-25
(Advance abstract in Japanese is available) [more] TL2015-25
pp.37-41
TL 2015-08-05
17:00
Tokyo Tsuda College Processing of Sino-Japanese derived words in Japanese -- Focusing on the effects of initial character and base identity --
Ainin Shofiawati, Aiko Morita (Hiroshima Univ), Hiromu Sakai (Waseda Univ) TL2015-27
(Advance abstract in Japanese is available) [more] TL2015-27
pp.49-53
TL 2014-08-12
10:30
Tokyo The University of Tokyo (Komaba) 18 Bldg. Hall Children's comprehension of the syntactic marker -- A study of Japanese case marker ga, wo --
Akiko Zhao Chou, Luo Yingyi, Hiromu Sakai (Hiroshima Univ.) TL2014-13
In this study we investigated how Japanese children acquire the syntactic case markers in their native language, i.e., g... [more] TL2014-13
pp.7-12
TL 2014-08-12
17:15
Tokyo The University of Tokyo (Komaba) 18 Bldg. Hall Aspect and Event Type df Japanese Verbs -- From the Point of View of Speakers' Event Recognition --
Hideki Chosa, Ayaka Tamura, Hiromu Sakai (Hiroshima Univ.) TL2014-22
Although there are a lot of studies, which classify event aspects based on a verb classification, there are not so many ... [more] TL2014-22
pp.61-65
TL 2014-08-13
15:35
Tokyo The University of Tokyo (Komaba) 18 Bldg. Hall Animacy effects on relative cause production in Spanish: Evidence from the visual-world paradigm
Laura Rodrigo Cristobal, Hiromu Sakai (Hiroshima Univ.), Jose Manuel Igoa (Autonoma de Madrid Univ.) TL2014-34
Animacy plays an important role in sentence production: animate constituents appear earlier and at hierarchically domina... [more] TL2014-34
pp.121-126
TL 2013-08-03
13:25
Osaka Kwansei Gakuin University, Osaka Umeda Campus Do Chinese L2 learners of Japanese Incrementally Use Prosodic Cues in Word Recognition? -- Eye-Tracking Evidence --
Shuai Yin, Manami Sato, Yingyi Luo, Yosuke Igarashi, Hiromu Sakai (Hiroshima Univ.) TL2013-15
Previous studies have shown that prosodic information plays an important role in spoken word recognition (Sekiguchi et a... [more] TL2013-15
pp.7-12
TL 2013-08-03
15:35
Osaka Kwansei Gakuin University, Osaka Umeda Campus [Poster Presentation] Relative Clause Production in Japanese and Chinese -- Focusing on comparison of the L2 and L1, L1 and L1 --
Jaehyune Yi, Ryoko Fukuhara, Jingyi Jin, Takuya Kubo, Hiromu Sakai (Hiroshima Univ.) TL2013-21
It is a known fact that animacy affects the sentence structure on sentence production of L1 speakers. We examined if ani... [more] TL2013-21
pp.39-43
TL 2013-08-03
15:35
Osaka Kwansei Gakuin University, Osaka Umeda Campus [Poster Presentation] The Development of Linguistic Cues for Event-Verb Mapping in Japanese Children
Kyoko Sakamoto (Tamagawa Univ.), Noburo Saji (Keio Univ./JSPS), Mutsumi Imai (Keio Univ.), Hiromu Sakai (Hiroshima Univ.) TL2013-22
In this study, we investigated how Japanese-speaking 3-, 5-year-old children and adults utilize linguistic cues for nove... [more] TL2013-22
pp.45-50
TL 2013-08-03
15:35
Osaka Kwansei Gakuin University, Osaka Umeda Campus [Poster Presentation] Syntactic Structure of Genitive Subject Clauses in Korean -- A View from Prosody-Syntax Interface --
Youngju Kim, Yosuke Igarashi, Hiromu Sakai (Hiroshima Univ.) TL2013-24
The subject NP in an adnominal clauses is often marked by the genitive case-marker in Korean. It is, however, still not ... [more] TL2013-24
pp.57-62
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