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SAKAI, Hiromu
 
Affiliation
Faculty of Science and Engineering, School of Creative Science and Engineering
Job title
Professor

Research Institute

  • 2020
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    2022

    理工学術院総合研究所   兼任研究員

Education

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    1996

    University of California Irvine   Graduate School, Division of Social Sciences  

  • 1990
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    1995

    カリフォルニア大学大学院アーヴァイン校   社会科学研究科   言語学  

  • 1984
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    1993

    京都大学大学院   文学研究科   言語学専攻  

  • 1980
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    1984

    Kyoto University   Faculty of Letters  

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    1984

    Kyoto University   Faculty of Literature  

Degree

  • 京都大学   文学修士

  • University of California, Irvine   Ph. D.

Research Experience

  • 2015
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    Now

    Waseda University   Faculty of Science and Engineering

  • 2010
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    2015

    Hiroshima University   Graduate School of Education

  • 2008
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    2010

    Hiroshima University   Graduate School of Education

  • 2001
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    2008

    - 広島大学大学院教育学研究科 助教授

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    - Hiroshima University, Associate Professor

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    2001

    Hiroshima University   School of Education

  • 1995
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    2000

    Hiroshima University, Assistant Professor

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    Hiroshima University Graduate School of Education, Department of Teaching Japanese as a Second Language, Graduate School of Education Department of Teaching Japanese as a Second Language   Associate Professor,Director in General

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Professional Memberships

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    THE LINGUISTIC SOCIETY OF JAPAN

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    日本語文法学会

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    THE JAPANESE PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION

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    THE SOCIETY FOR TEACHING JAPANESE AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE

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    JAPANESE COGNITIVE SCIENCE SOCIETY

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    THE ENGLISH LINGUISTIC SOCIETY OF JAPAN

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Research Areas

  • Linguistics

  • Science education

Papers

  • Everyday Language Exposure Shapes Prediction of Specific Words in Listening Comprehension: A Visual World Eye-Tracking Study

    Aine Ito, Hiromu Sakai

    Frontiers in Psychology   12  2021.02

    Authorship:Last author

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    We investigated the effects of everyday language exposure on the prediction of orthographic and phonological forms of a highly predictable word during listening comprehension. Native Japanese speakers in Tokyo (Experiment 1) and Berlin (Experiment 2) listened to sentences that contained a predictable word and viewed four objects. The critical object represented the target word (e.g., /sakana/; <italic>fish</italic>), an orthographic competitor (e.g., /tuno/; <italic>horn</italic>), a phonological competitor (e.g., /sakura/; <italic>cherry blossom</italic>), or an unrelated word (e.g., /hon/; <italic>book</italic>). The three other objects were distractors. The Tokyo group fixated the target and the orthographic competitor over the unrelated objects before the target word was mentioned, suggesting that they pre-activated the orthographic form of the target word. The Berlin group showed a weaker bias toward the target than the Tokyo group, and they showed a tendency to fixate the orthographic competitor only when the orthographic similarity was very high. Thus, prediction effects were weaker in the Berlin group than in the Tokyo group. We found no evidence for the prediction of phonological information. The obtained group differences support probabilistic models of prediction, which regard the built-up language experience as a basis of prediction.

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  • Abstractness of human speech sound representations

    Arild Hestvik, Yasuaki Shinohara, Karthik Durvasula, Rinus G. Verdonschot, Hiromu Sakai

    Brain Research   1732   146664 - 146664  2020.04

    Authorship:Last author

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  • Comprehension of underspecified iterative meaning in Japanese

    Lai Y-Y, Makuuchi M, Pinango M, Sakai, H

    IEICE Technical Report   119 ( 151 ) 101 - 106  2019  [Refereed]

  • Inverting and modeling morphological inflection

    Oseki Y, Sudo Y, Sakai H, Marantz A

    Proceedings of the 16th Workshop on Computational Research in Phonetics, Phonology, and Morphology (SIGMORPHON)     170 - 177  2019  [Refereed]

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  • Evidentials in causal premise semantics: theoretical and experimental investigation

    Hara, Y., Orita, N., Sakai, H.

    Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics)   10838 LNAI   282 - 298  2018  [Refereed]

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  • The impact of argument-omitted sentence in learning of the Japanese direct object case-markers

    Zhao, Z A, Luo Y, Sakai H

    In Proceedings of the 42th annual Boston University Conference on language development     836 - 847  2018  [Refereed]

  • The Interplay of Relational and Non-relational Processes in Sentence Production: The Case of Relative Clause Planning in Japanese and Spanish

    Rodrigo L, Igoa J M, Sakai H

    Front. Psychol   9 ( 1573 )  2018  [Refereed]

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  • Inflectional directionality in morphological productivity

    Oseki Y, Sudo Y, Sakai H, Marantz A

    IEICE Technical Report   117 ( 149 ) 73 - 78  2017

  • 日本語を母語とする幼児及び年少児童の格助詞学習における項省略の影響:人工格助詞を用いた検討

    趙 曌, 酒井 弘

    認知科学(日本認知科学会学会誌)   24 ( 3 ) 344 - 359  2017  [Refereed]

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  • Unconscious translation from Japanese kanji to Chinese hanzi by Chinese-Japanese Bilinguals: An ERP investigation

    Wang Y, Luo Y, Momma S, Sakai H

    IEICE Technical Report   116 ( 159 ) 71 - 76  2016  [Refereed]

  • 第二言語としての日本語学習者による日本語オノマトペの理解 : アニメーションを用いたマッチング実験を通して

    中石 ゆうこ, 佐治 伸郎, 今井 むつみ, 酒井 弘

    Studies in Language Sciences(日本言語科学会学会誌)   14   184 - 205  2015.12  [Refereed]

  • Relative clause processing in Japanese: Psycholinguistic investigation into typological differences "

    Kahraman, B, Sakai, H

    Handbook of Japanese Psycholinguistics, M. Nakayama (ed), Berlin: Mouton De Gruyter     1 - 41  2015.05

  • Mechanisms for VOS Sentence Production in Kaqchikel:Evidence from Animacy Effects on Choice of Word Order

    Kubo Takuya, Ono Hajime, Tanaka Mikihiro, Koizumi Masatoshi, Sakai Hiromu

    Cognitive Studies   22 ( 4 ) 591 - 603  2015  [Refereed]

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    Research on sentence production often assumes that there is a universal mechanism<br> for the sentence production. Nevertheless, languages investigated so far are typolog-<br>ically quite limited. The aim of this paper is to investigate how VOS sentences are<br> produced in Kaqchikel, a Mayan language spoken in Guatemala, examining animacy<br> effects on the choice of word order. We conducted two picture description tasks manip-<br>ulating animacy of the patient entity in the event while the agent was always human<br> being. Throughout those experiments, less VOS sentences were produced with an an-<br>imate patient than with an inanimate patient, suggesting that the similarity between<br> agent and patient, rather than the accessibility of the patient per se, affects the choice<br> of word order in Kaqchikel. Based on these results, we argue that VOS sentences are<br> produced in a way that an agent is processed first and retained in the memory until<br> the end of the sentence.

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  • Do Chinese L2 Learners of Japanese Incrementally Use Prosodic Cues in Word Recognition?: Eye-Tracking Evidence

    YIN Shuai, SATO Manami, LUO Yingyi, IGARASHI Yosuke, SAKAI Hiromu

    Journal of the Phonetic Society of Japan   19 ( 3 ) 1 - 12  2015  [Refereed]

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    Previous studies have shown that prosodic information plays an important role in spoken word recognition by L2 learners (Cooper et al. 2002). However, it remains unclear exactly how and when learners use prosodic cues during the word recognition process. This study addresses the question of whether Chinese (Mandarin) learners of Japanese utilize prosodic information incrementally by investigating the patterns and timing of their use of accentual information in the course of the word recognition process. We conducted eye-tracking experiments with a visual world paradigm, using artificial Japanese words. The analysis of saccadic eye-movement patterns revealed that Chinese L2 learners can use prosodic cues incrementally in word recognition.

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  • Reference resolution in discourse with multiple knowledge representations: A view from NP-no-koto in Japanese

    Kim, Y.-J, Sakai, H

    Japanese/Korean Linguistics   21   139 - 153  2013.10  [Refereed]

  • Semantic realization of the layered TP: Evidence from the ambiguity of the sentential koto-nominal

    Hara, Y, Kim, Y.-J, Sakai, H, Tamura, S

    Japanese/Korean Linguistics   20   313 - 327  2013.07  [Refereed]

  • Temporal distance between the cause and the effect affects the reading of causality sentences: Eye-tracking evidence

    Luo, Y, Sato, M, Sakai, H

    Japanese Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers Technical Report   113 ( 174 ) 139 - 144  2013.07

  • 名詞句の類似性が語順の選択に与える影響 ~ カクチケル語における検討 ~

    久保琢也, 小野 創, 田中幹大, 小泉政利, 酒井 弘

    電子情報通信学会技術研究報告   113 ( 174 ) 63 - 68  2013.07

  • 日本語を母語とする幼児の動詞語彙概念学習における言語的手がかり使用の発達

    坂本杏子, 佐治伸郎, 今井むつみ, 酒井 弘

    電子情報通信学会技術研究報告   113 ( 174 ) 45 - 50  2013.07

  • 日本語と中国語の関係節の受身文産出 ~ L1とL1,L1とL2の比較を中心に ~

    李 在鉉, 福原涼子, 金 京怡, 久保琢也, 酒井 弘

    電子情報通信学会技術研究報告   113 ( 174 ) 39 - 43  2013.07

  • 韓国語属格主語節の統語構造~プロソディーと文法のインターフェースからの探求~

    金 英周, 五十嵐陽介, 酒井 弘

    電子情報通信学会技術研究報告   113 ( 174 ) 57 - 62  2013.07

  • Projections of events and propositions in Japanese: A case study of Koto-nominalized clauses in causal relations

    Hara, Y., Kim, Y., Sakai, H., Tamura, S.

    Lingua   133   262 - 288  2013  [Refereed]

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  • How do children map verbs onto subcomponents of a causative event?

    Chiu, R.S, Ono, H, Sakai, H

    The Proceedings of the Thirteenth Tokyo Conference on Psycholinguistics     243 - 262  2012.11  [Refereed]

  • 第二言語の文処理に動詞のアスペクト情報が及ぼす影響-中国語を母語とする日本語学習者を対象として-

    龍 盛艶, 中石ゆうこ, 小野 創, 酒井 弘

    Studies in Language Sciences   11   198 - 211  2012.11  [Refereed]

  • How function assignment and word order are determined: Evidence from structural priming effects in Japanese sentence production

    Deng, Y, Ono, H, Sakai, H

    In N. Miyake, D. Peebles, & R.P. Cooper (Eds.), Proceedings of the 34th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society     1488 - 1493  2012.08  [Refereed]

  • Towards a cognitive science of literary style: Perspective-taking in processing omniscient versus objective voice

    Sato, M, Sakai, H, Wu, J, Bergen, B

    In N. Miyake, D. Peebles, & R.P. Cooper (Eds.), Proceedings of the 34th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society     959 - 964  2012.08  [Refereed]

  • 文法的アスペクトの処理過程〜日本語母語話者を対象とした事象関連電位計測実験の結果から〜

    龍 盛艶, 里麻奈美, 酒井 弘

    電子情報通信学会技術研究報告   112 ( 145 ) 31 - 36  2012.07

  • When is the object relative clause processed easier than the subject relative clause?

    Sato, A, Kahraman, B, Sakai, H

    Japanese Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers Technical Report   112 ( 145 ) 41 - 46  2012.07

  • The cognitive representation of giving and receiving verbs: Evidence from eye-tracking study

    Sato, M, Long, S.-Y, Sakai, H

    Japanese Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers Technical Report   112 ( 145 ) 37 - 40  2012.07

  • 「こころの動き」を言語はどのように捉えるか-心理形容詞と心理動詞の使い分けを通して-

    小竹直子, 酒井 弘

    日中理論言語学の新展望3     145 - 167  2012.07

  • Japanese sentential nominalization and different kinds of causation

    Tamura, S, Hara, Y, Kim, Y.-J, Sakai, H

    The Proceedings of the 7th Workshop on Altaic Formal Linguistics: MIT Working Papers in Linguistics   62   91 - 105  2012.06  [Refereed]

  • Effects of word order alternation on the sentence processing of Sinhalese written and spoken forms

    Tamaoka, K, Kanduboda, P. B. A, Sakai, H

    Open Journal of Modern Linguistic   1 ( 2 ) 24 - 32  2011.11  [Refereed]

  • Incremental processing of gap-filler dependencies: Evidence from the processing of subject and object clefts in Japanese

    Kahraman, B, Sato, A, Ono, H, Sakai, H

    The Proceedings of the Twelfth Tokyo Conference on Psycholinguistics     133 - 147  2011.11  [Refereed]

  • Grammatical encoding in the production of passive sentences: Evidence from structural priming effects in Japanese

    Deng, Y, Ono, H, Sakai, H

    The Proceedings of the Twelfth Tokyo Conference on Psycholinguistics     71 - 92  2011.11  [Refereed]

  • Word-initial prosody in the utterance of Chinese Native Speakers Learning Japanese : Through a comparison to the utterance of Japanese Native Speakers

    GUO Kanliang, SAKAI Hiromu, IGARASHI Yosuke

    IEICE technical report   111 ( 170 ) 13 - 18  2011.07

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    In the utterance of Japanese native speakers, the pitch rising is observed from the first mora to the second mora of each phonological unites. In previous research, it is argued that word-initial prosody in the utterance of Chinese native speakers learning Japanese is different from those of Japanese native speakers. In this study, we examined word-initial prosody produced by Chinese learners in detail. We found that, although Japanese native speakers' word initial prosody is influenced by syllable weight or weakening of accent, Chinese learners' word initial prosody is not influenced by these factors. This result suggests that phonetic instruction about word-initial prosody is valuable for Chinese learners of Japanese.

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  • 子どもはどのように事象の切り出しを行っているのか~ 動詞意味推論における日本語児の格助詞使用からの検討~

    坂本杏子, 佐治伸郎, 今井むつみ, 酒井 弘

    技術研究報告(電子情報通信学会)   111 ( 170 ) 43 - 48  2011.07

  • 母語話者における日本語動詞活用形の処理過程~ 事象関連電位(ERP)を指標として~

    于 泉華, 鄧 瑩, 酒井 弘

    技術研究報告(電子情報通信学会)   111 ( 170 ) 37 - 42  2011.07

  • 中国語を母語とする学習者は日本語のオノマトペをどの程度使用できるのか-アニメーションを用いた産出実験を中心として-

    中石ゆうこ, 佐治伸郎, 今井むつみ, 酒井 弘

    中国語話者のための日本語教育研究, 第2号     42 - 58  2011.07  [Refereed]

  • 心理動詞による属性文の意味的成立条件

    小竹直子, 酒井 弘

    日本語文法   11 ( 1 ) 20 - 36  2011.03  [Refereed]

  • Types of causal relations: A survey

    Tamura, S, Hara, Y, Kim, Y.-J, Sakai, H

      ( 29 ) 153 - 170  2010.12

  • Relative clauses processing before the head noun: Evidence for strong forward prediction in Turkish

    Kahraman, B, Sato, A, Ono, H, Sakai, H

    The Proceedings of the 6th Workshop on Altaic Formal Linguistics: MIT Working Papers in Linguistics     155 - 170  2010.12  [Refereed]

  • ことばについて脳を調べてわかること・わからないこと-言語認知神経科学への招待-

    酒井 弘

    第二言語としての日本語習得研究   13   147 - 160  2010.12

  • [Research Notes] Types of causal relations: a survey

    Sanae Tamura, Yurie Hara, Youngju Kim, Hiromu Sakai

    Kyoto Universty Linguistic Research   29   1 - 26  2010.12  [Refereed]

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  • Processing two types of ditransitive sentences in Turkish: Preliminary results from a self-paced reading study

    Kahraman, B, Sato, A, Sakai, H

    The Japanese Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers Technical Report   110 ( 163 ) 37 - 42  2010.07

  • 日本語における語順交替処理のタイムコース〜可逆文を用いた事象関連電位計測研究〜

    酒井 弘, 小野 創, 龍 盛艶, 鄧 瑩, 入戸野宏

    電子情報通信学会技術研究報告   110 ( 163 ) 67 - 69  2010.07

  • 第二言語の動詞学習における意味推論のための手がかり〜中国語を母語とする日本語学習者を対象として〜

    坂本杏子, 中石ゆうこ, 龍 盛艶, 酒井 弘

    電子情報通信学会技術研究報告   110 ( 163 ) 7 - 12  2010.07

  • 文理解の過程における事象タイプの認知-日本語のアスペクト情報処理を手がかりに-

    龍 盛艶, 小野 創, 酒井 弘

    認知科学   17 ( 2 ) 313 - 331  2010.06  [Refereed]

  • コトの意味の二側面-コト節とノコト名詞句の比較を中心に-

    金 英周, 酒井 弘

    Proceedings of the 30th annual meeting of Kansai Linguistic Society     132 - 142  2010.06  [Refereed]

  • Locality and incrementality in the human linguistic computation: A view from aggressively non-D-linked wh-phrases in Japanese

    Ono, H, Sakai, H

    Proceedings of the Thirty-Fourth Meeting of The Kansai Linguistic Society     180 - 191  2010.03  [Refereed]

  • Expectation driven by case-markers: Its effect on Japanese relative clause processing

    Sato, A, Kahraman, B, Ono, H, Sakai, H

    The Proceedings of the Tenth Tokyo Conference on Psycholinguistics     215 - 238  2009.11  [Refereed]

  • Processing Japanese subject and object relative clauses by advanced learners: Comparison with native speakers by a whole-sentence reading experiment

    Kahraman, B, Sato, A, Koide, M, Uno, M, Takemura, M, Sakai, H

    Japanese Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers Technical Report   109 ( 140 ) 57 - 62  2009.07

  • 三項述語文における語順交替に名詞句の有生性と述語タイプの及ぼす影響〜事象関連電位による探求〜

    酒井 弘, 濱田 香, チュウ ロザリン, 龍 盛艶, 鄧 瑩, 小野 創, 入戸野宏

    電子情報通信学会技術研究報告   109 ( 140 ) 63 - 66  2009.07

  • 文産出に名詞句の有生性と語順の及ぼす影響〜視覚世界パラダイムを用いた視線計測による研究〜

    小野加奈子, 鄧 瑩, 小野 創, 酒井 弘

    電子情報通信学会技術研究報告   109 ( 140 ) 39 - 44  2009.07

  • アスペクトによる漢字二字熟語のサ変複合動詞化に対する予測

    松岡知津子, 玉岡賀津雄, 酒井 弘

    語彙の意味と文法     121 - 138  2009.02

  • "数量表現による事象限定と動詞連続構造 "

    酒井 弘, 張 超, 吉村めぐみ

    語彙の意味と文法     331 - 348  2009.02

  • Rethinking Functional Parametrization: A View From Honorification in the Nominal Domain in Japanese

    Hiromu Sakai, Adrian Ivana

    English Linguistics   26 ( 2 ) 437 - 459  2009  [Refereed]

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    Research on Japanese-English comparative syntax has argued that the Japanese-type languages lack functional categories. Nevetheless, certain syntactic phenomena in Japanese have often been argued to support intricate phrase architecture with multiple layers of functional projections as assumed in the English-type languages. Faced with this apparent contradiction, this paper rethinks the role of functional categories in the theory of parameters from the viewpoint of honorification in the nominal domain in Japanese. The result shows that parametric variation between the two types of languages should be attributed to a more fine-grained difference as to how categories with lexical content are integrated into their syntactic computation. © 2009, The English Linguistic Society of Japan. All rights reserved.

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  • "Processing of gapless dependency without thematic cues: A study on negative adverbs in Japanese "

    Chiu, R.S, Ono, H, Sakai, H

    The Proceedings of the Nineth Tokyo Conference on Psycholinguistics     57 - 82  2008.11  [Refereed]

  • Syntax in a native language still continues to develop in adults: Honorification judgment in Japanese

    Kanako Momo, Hiromu Sakai, Kuniyoshi L. Sakai

    BRAIN AND LANGUAGE   107 ( 1 ) 81 - 89  2008.10  [Refereed]

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    Native languages (L1s) are tacitly assumed to be complete and stable in adults. Here we report an unexpected individual variation in judgment of L1 regarding Japanese sentences including honorification, and further clarify its neural basis with functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). By contrasting an honorification judgment task with a spelling judgment task, the lower performance group showed more extensive activation in the left inferior frontal gyrus than did the higher performance group. Moreover, activation in the left dorsal and ventral triangular parts negatively correlated with the performance of the honorification judgment task. This modulation pattern demonstrates that cortical activations recruited for sentence processing depend on individual performances even in L1. (c) 2007 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

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  • 動詞語彙概念の習得における意味推論〜成人日本語母語話者の場合〜

    坂本杏子, 佐藤智照, 小竹直子, 鄧 瑩, チュウ ロザリン, 金 英周, 小野 創, 酒井 弘

    電子情報通信学会技術研究報告   108 ( 184 ) 23 - 28  2008.08

  • "構造的曖昧文の処理における項と付加詞の非対称性〜日本語の名詞句と副詞を比較して〜 "

    チュウ ロザリン, 小野 創, 酒井 弘

    電子情報通信学会技術研究報告   108 ( 184 ) 29 - 34  2008.08

  • Priming effects in Japanese passive sentence production: evidence from picture description task in dialogue

    Deng, Y, Ono, H, Sakai, H

    Japanese Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers Technical Report   108 ( 184 ) 55 - 60  2008.08

  • Processing object relative clauses in the context: Another support for the discourse function account for the processing load asymmetry

    Sato, A, Kaframan, B, Sakai, H

    Japanese Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers Technical Repor   108 ( 184 ) 95 - 100  2008.08

  • "Message planning and lexical encoding in sentence production "

    Ono, H, Sakai, H

    Japanese Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers Technical Report   108 ( 184 ) 119 - 124  2008.08

  • Honorification and light verbs in Japanese

    Adrian Ivana, Hiromu Sakai

    JOURNAL OF EAST ASIAN LINGUISTICS   16 ( 3 ) 171 - 191  2007.09  [Refereed]

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    This paper deals with the syntactic structure of subject-honorific and object-honorific constructions in Japanese through a detailed examination of the morphological make-up of the so-called honorific form of verbs. The main claim is that the honorific form of verbs actually consists of separate morphemes, which include honorific prefixes, verb stems, nominalisation suffixes, and light verbs. We further argue that the honorific prefix o-, which has been generally disregarded in previous literature, is a functional category which heads its own projection. The proposed analysis solves a long-standing problem in the investigation of Japanese honorific constructions, as to why honorific verbs cannot be separated from light verbs, originally pointed out by Harada (1976). Furthermore, this analysis shows how the syntactic distinction between the light verbs naru and suru leads to the meaning difference between the subject-honorific and object-honorific constructions.

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  • "未解決の依存関係によって生まれる処理負荷〜日本語の否定副詞を用いて〜 "

    チュウ ロザリン, 小野 創, 酒井 弘

    電子情報通信学会技術研究報告   107 ( 138 ) 29 - 34  2007.08

  • "日本語の文産出における統語的プライミング効果と予測メカニズム〜能動・受動文を用いた文完成課題による検討〜 "

    鄧 瑩, 小野 創, 酒井 弘

    電子情報通信学会技術研究報告   107 ( 138 ) 17 - 22  2007.08

  • "関係節処理における普遍性と個別性〜日本語使役関係節の処理を通して〜 "

    佐藤 淳, カフラマン バルシュ, 小野 創, 酒井 弘

    電子情報通信学会技術研究報告   107 ( 138 ) 51 - 56  2007.08

  • 時間副詞と動詞アスペクトの関係が日本語の文処理過程に及ぼす影響

    龍 盛艶, 羅 薇, 鄧 瑩, 小野 創, 酒井 弘

    電子情報通信学会技術研究報告   107 ( 138 ) 57 - 60  2007.08

  • Word order and clause boundary insertion: Behavioral and ERP studies

    Ono, H, Tanaka, J, Sakai, H

    Japanese Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers Technical Report   107 ( 138 ) 115 - 120  2007.08  [Refereed]

  • Syntactic priming effects on the processing of Japanese sentences with canonical and scrambled word order

    Tanaka, J, Tamaoka, K, Sakai, H

    Cognitive Studies   14 ( 2 ) 173 - 191  2007.06  [Refereed]

  • Syntactic priming effects in Japanese sentence comprehension

    Tanaka, J, Tamaoka, K, Sakai, H

    Sakamoto, T. (ed.), Communicating Skills of Intention, Hitsuji Shoboo, Tokyo     213 - 238  2007.02  [Refereed]

  • Predicting attachment of the light verb –suru to Japanese two-kanji compound words using four aspects

    Tamaoka, K, Matsuoka, C, Sakai, H, Makioka, S

    Glottometrics   10 ( 10 ) 73 - 81  2005.12  [Refereed]

  • 話し言葉における情報統合を支える脳機能〜fMRIによる探求〜

    酒井 弘, 宮谷真人, 田中潤一, 丸石正治, 村中 博, Fiorentino, R, Poeppel, D

    電子情報通信学会技術研究報告   105 ( 170 ) 13 - 16  2005.07  [Refereed]

  • Priority information used for the processing of Japanese sentences: Thematic roles, case particles or grammatical functions?

    K Tamaoka, H Sakai, J Kawahara, Y Miyaoka, H Lim, M Koizumi

    JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLINGUISTIC RESEARCH   34 ( 3 ) 281 - 332  2005.05

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    The present study investigated scrambling effects on the processing of Japanese sentences and priority information used among thematic roles, case particles and grammatical functions. Reaction times for correct sentence decisions were significantly prolonged for scrambled active sentences with transitive verbs in the first experiment and with ditransitive verbs in the second experiment. Errors were made with scrambled sentences more than canonical sentences in both experiments, which suggested that scrambling effects were apparent in active sentences. Passive sentences in the third experiment indicated that canonical order defined based on case particles, not thematic roles, was more quickly and accurately identified than scrambled order. Potential sentences in the fourth experiment and causative sentences in the fifth experiment indicated that the processing of scrambled sentences based on grammatical functions, but not on case particles, required longer reaction times and resulted in higher error rates than canonical sentences. Consequently, scrambling effects in the present study indicated that neither thematic roles nor case particles can provide fully-satisfactory information for canonical phrase order, and that only grammatical functions offer satisfactory information in all types of sentences.

    DOI

  • Entropy and redundancy of Japanese lexical and syntactic compounds

    Tamaoka, K, Lim, H.-J, Sakai, H

    Journal of Quantitative Linguistics   11 ( 3 ) 233 - 250  2005.01  [Refereed]

  • Statistical analysis of frequency data of lexical and syntactic compound verbs taken from corpora of Japanese newspapers and novels.

    The Third Asian Conference for Lexicology.     6 - 7  2003  [Refereed]

  • Complex NP constraint and Case-conversions in Japanese

    Sakai, H

    M. Nakamura (ed.) Current Topics in English and Japanese, Hitsuji Shoboo, Tokyo    1994.09

  • Idioms in generative syntax

    Sakai, H

    京都大学言語学研究室言語学研究   ( 7 ) 1 - 20  1988.03

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Books and Other Publications

  • ここからはじめる言語学プラス統計分析

    小泉政利編, 分担執筆( Part: Contributor, 「第7章言語産出」)

    共立出版  2016.04

  • 思春期学

    長谷川, 寿一監修, 笠井 清登, 藤井 直敬, 福田 正人, 長谷川, 眞理子編, 分担執筆( Part: Joint author, 「言語・コミュニケーションの思春期発達」)

    東京大学出版会  2015.05

  • 認知心理学事典

    日本認知心理( Part: Joint author, 心理言語学)

    有斐閣  2013.12

  • 日本語学

    SAKAI Hiromu( Part: Sole author, 学際的研究の舞台裏)

    日本語学,第29巻 第2号  2010.02

  • 心のなかの言葉-心内辞書への招待-

    Jean Aitchison著, 宮谷真人, 酒井 弘翻訳( Part: Joint translator)

    培風館  2010.02

  • よくわかる認知科学

    乾敏郎( Part: Joint author, 文理解の仕組み(1))

    ミネルヴァ書房  2010.02

  • 言語聴覚士のための基礎知識 音声学・言語学

    今泉敏( Part: Joint author, 語彙・文法・意味)

    医学書院  2009.03

  • 知ってワクワク!ことばの学びことばの仕組み

    水町伊佐男( Part: Joint author, 「文法」と脳の働き)

    凡人社  2007.02

  • 講座日本語教育学第6巻 言語の構造と体系

    多和田眞一( Part: Joint author, 日本語と英語,言語理論と言語教育)

    スリーエーネットワーク  2006.09

  • 講座日本語教育学第3巻 言語学習の心理

    迫田久美子( Part: Joint author, 脳の働きから「ことば」を観る,言語の認知と運用の基盤)

    スリーエーネットワーク  2006.09

  • Predicate Ellipsis and Nominalization in Japanese

    Proceedings of 2000 Seoul International Conference on Language and Computation  2000

  • Predicate Ellipsis and Nominalization in Japanese

    Proceedings of 2000 Seoul International Conference on Language and Computation  2000

  • Derivational Uniformity : A Study of Syntactic Derivation in Parametric Setting.

    Ann Arbor : University Microfilms Inc.  1996

  • Derivational Uniformity : A Study of Syntactic Derivation in Parametric Setting.

    Ann Arbor : University Microfilms Inc.  1996

  • Complex NP constraint and Case-Conversions in Japanese

    Current Topics in English and Japanese, Hitsuji Shoboo  1994

  • Complex NP constraint and Case-Conversions in Japanese

    Current Topics in English and Japanese, Hitsuji Shoboo  1994

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Misc

  • 韓国語慶尚道方言における属格主語構造

    金英周, 五十嵐陽介, 宇都木昭, 酒井弘

    日本言語学会第151回大会予稿集     110-115  2015.11  [Refereed]

    Research paper, summary (national, other academic conference)  

  • ERP responses to code-switching in cognate/non-cognate word recognition by Chinese-Japanese bilinguals

    Yingyi Luo, Changhao Jiang, Shengyan Long, Hiromu Sakai

    INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY   94 ( 2 ) 206 - 206  2014.11

    Research paper, summary (international conference)  

    DOI

  • Children's comprehension of the syntactic marker : A study of Japanese case marker ga, wo

    ZHAOCHOU Akiko, LUO Yinyi, SAKAI Hiromu

    Technical report of IEICE. Thought and language   114 ( 176 ) 7 - 12  2014.08

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    In this study we investigated how Japanese children acquire the syntactic case markers in their native language, i.e., ga and wo. Particularly we focused on the question of whether the learning process of ga, wo is verb-specific or verb-general. Previous research reported that 2 years old children managed to use case marker in spontaneous speech but showed difficulties in understanding the sentences with them under laboratory circumstance, implying a verb-specific process of acquiring the knowledge of case markers (Tomasello, 2000). We therefor expected to observe: a. incapability of understanding sentences with ga and wo for children at the age of 2 years. The results showed that 2-3 years old children accomplished the forced-choice task at a chance level, suggesting that the syntactic knowledge of the case markers has not been acquired at this age. Children were able to correctly respond to the sentences with ga until 4 years old, and to the sentences with wo even later until 5 years old. From this result our data indicates that the thematic/syntactic knowledge of the case markers are likely to be acquired gradually during 4 to 5 years old on a verb-specific basis.

    CiNii

  • Aspect and Event Type of Japanese verbs : From the Point of View of Speakers' Event Recognition

    CHOSA Hideki, TAMURA Ayaka, SAKAI Hiromu

    Technical report of IEICE. Thought and language   114 ( 176 ) 61 - 65  2014.08

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    Although there are a lot of studies, which classify event aspects based on a verb classification, there are not so many studies, which investigate the relation between a speaker's cognitions and event aspects. In this study, by using two types verbs, [process] verbs and [result] verbs, we conducted a questionnaire study to investigate Moriyama's (1988) test method and a lexical judgment experiment were carried out. As a result, we found that two verb groups are distinguished in subject's judgments. In addition, since the reaction time of the [result] verbs was longer than the [process] one, we suggest that the difference between two verbs lead the difference in cognitive load of the subjects.

    CiNii

  • Do Chinese L2 learners of Japanese Incrementally Use Prosodic Cues in Word Recognition? : Eye-Tracking Evidence

    YIN Shuai, SATO Manami, LUO Yingyi, IGARASHI Yosuke, SAKAI Hiromu

    Technical report of IEICE. Thought and language   113 ( 174 ) 7 - 12  2013.08

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    Previous studies have shown that prosodic information plays an important role in spoken word recognition (Sekiguchi et al., 1999). However, it still remains unclear exactly how and when listeners use prosodic cues in the word recognition process. In addition, no study has been conducted to examine the role of prosodic information on spoken word recognition for L2 learners. This study aims to answer the questions of whether or not L2 learners utilize prosodic information incrementally by investigating exactly how and when Chinese learners of Japanese use accentual information in the course of word recognition process. We conducted eye-tracking experiments with a visual world paradigm, using artificial Japanese words. We measured eye movements of Chinese L2 learners of Japanese during a word identification task where they choose one picture out of three that corresponds to the sound stimulation.

    CiNii

  • VOS言語において有生性が語順に与える影響 ―カクチケル語における線画描写課題での検討

    久保拓也, 小野創, 田中幹大, 小泉政利, 酒井弘

    『信学技報』 (電子情報通信学会技術研究報告 TL2011)   111   19 - 24  2011  [Refereed]

    Research paper, summary (national, other academic conference)  

  • 日本語かき混ぜ文の処理と節境界の挿入.

    小野創, 田中潤一, 酒井弘

    日本言語学会第134回大会予稿集     336 - 341  2007

  • 未解決の依存関係によって生まれる処理負荷—日本語の否定副詞を用いて―.

    チュウ ロザリン, 小野創, 酒井弘

    信学技報 (電子情報通信学会技術研究報告 TL2007)   107   17 - 22  2007

  • 日本語の文産出における統語的プライミング効果と予測メカニズム―能動・受動文を用いた文完成課題による検討―.

    鄧瑩, 小野創, 酒井弘

    信学技報 (電子情報通信学会技術研究報告 TL2007)   107   29 - 34  2007

  • The role of light verb projection in transitivity alternation

    English Linguistics   21 ( 2 ) 348 - 375  2004

  • Entropy and redundancy of Japanese lexical and syntactic compound verbs

    Katsuo Tamaoka, Hyunjung Lim, Sakai Hiromu

    Journal of Quantitative Linguistics   11 ( 3 ) 233 - 250  2004

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    The present study investigated Japanese lexical and syntactic compound verbs (V1+V2) using Shannon's concept of entropy and redundancy calculated using corpora from the Mainichi Newspaper and a collection of selected novels. Comparing combinations of a V2 verb with various V1 verbs, syntactic compounds were higher in entropy than lexical ones while neither differed in redundancy. This result suggests that V2 verbs of syntactic compounds are likely to combine with a wider range of V1 verbs than those of lexical compounds. Two exceptional V2 verbs, komu and ageru, both of which create lexical compounds, showed a wide variety of combinations with V1 and therefore act like prefixes in English. Comparing V2 verbs in the two corpora, the V2eru, which adds the meaning of "possibility" to a V1, functions like the auxiliary verb "can" in English and seems to be a favored expression in newspapers. In contrast, the V2komu, adds the meaning of "internal movement" similar to the preposition "into" in English and appears to be preferred in the novels to enrich the expression of lexical compounds. In general, both lexical and syntactic compounds were used similarly in both corpora. © Taylor &amp
    Francis Ltd.

    DOI

  • 脳機能イメージングが明らかにする日本語動詞活用形の処理過程

    日本言語学会第127回大会予稿集     281 - 286  2004

  • 文処理における統語的プライミング効果

    信学技報   Vol.104 ( No. 170 ) 43 - 48  2004

  • 生物言語学の探求-古典的類型論の再考を通して-

    広島大学日本語教育研究   ( 14 ) 17 - 24  2004

  • The role of light verb projection in transitivity alternation

    English Linguistics   21 ( 2 ) 348 - 375  2004

  • Entropy and redundancy of Japanese lexical and syntactic compound verbs

    Journal of Quantitative Linguistics    2004

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  • Biolinguistic exploration -A view from reconsideration of classical typology-

      ( 14 ) 17 - 24  2004

  • The effects of phrase-length order and scrambling in the processing of visually presented Japanese sentences

    K Tamaoka, H Sakai, J Kawahara, Y Miyaoka

    JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLINGUISTIC RESEARCH   32 ( 4 ) 431 - 454  2003.07

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    The present study investigated the effects of phrase length and scrambling in the processing of Japanese sentences. Reading times of short phrases, long phrases, verbs, and whole sentences, measured by the method of self-paced reading, did not differ in terms of phrase-length order and scrambling. In addition, four types of sentences constructed on the basis of phrase-length order and scrambling did not affect duration times of correctness decision-making for sentences. However, error rates differed between canonical and scrambled sentences regardless of phrase-length order. This result implies that scrambled sentences were harder to judge as correct sentences than canonical sentences. Thus, scrambling affects the appropriate integration of information, whereas phrase-length order is simply an indication of preference and not of cognitive processing. To explain the present result, the authors propose the "configurational structure without movement," which predicts no difference in speed between the processing of canonical and scrambled sentences, apart from error rates.

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  • The visibility guideline for functional categories: verb raising in Japanese and related issues

    N Fukui, H Sakai

    LINGUA   113 ( 4-6 ) 321 - 375  2003.04

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    This paper discusses the issues concerning functional categories in Japanese as they pertain to Universal Grammar. A minimalist guideline called the Visibility Guideline for Functional Categories is proposed, according to which functional categories are required to be "detectable" (directly or indirectly) in the primary linguistic data. Various candidates for functional categories in Japanese are examined in light of the Visibility Guideline. and it is concluded that none of them is qualified as an active functional category inducing formal and mechanical computations. An alternative view of the relevant phenomena in terms of "PF reanalysis" is put forth. and the analysis is extended to the case marking mechanism in Japanese. All overall picture of Japanese grammar is also suggested as the result of the discussion on functional categories: In many areas of Japanese grammar, PF and semantic mechanisms are at work in place of mechanical computations in narrow syntax. (C) 2002 Elsevier Science Ltd. All rights reserved.

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  • The visibility guideline for functional categories: verb raising in Japanese and related issues

    N Fukui, H Sakai

    LINGUA   113 ( 4-6 ) 321 - 375  2003.04

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    This paper discusses the issues concerning functional categories in Japanese as they pertain to Universal Grammar. A minimalist guideline called the Visibility Guideline for Functional Categories is proposed, according to which functional categories are required to be "detectable" (directly or indirectly) in the primary linguistic data. Various candidates for functional categories in Japanese are examined in light of the Visibility Guideline. and it is concluded that none of them is qualified as an active functional category inducing formal and mechanical computations. An alternative view of the relevant phenomena in terms of "PF reanalysis" is put forth. and the analysis is extended to the case marking mechanism in Japanese. All overall picture of Japanese grammar is also suggested as the result of the discussion on functional categories: In many areas of Japanese grammar, PF and semantic mechanisms are at work in place of mechanical computations in narrow syntax. (C) 2002 Elsevier Science Ltd. All rights reserved.

    DOI

  • 敬語文の構造と軽動詞

    日本言語学会第126回大会予稿集    2003

  • The effects of phrase-length order and scrambling in the processing of visually-presented Japanese sentences.

    Journal of Psycholinguistic Research   32 ( 4 ) 431 - 454  2003

    DOI

  • Derivational Theta-Marking and Argument Sharing

    International Association of Chinese Linguistics 10th Annual Conference(Oral Presentation)    2001

  • Review of Jeong-Seok Kim(1997)'Syntactic Focus Movement and Ellipsis : A Minimalist Approach'

    Glot International   5 ( 2 ) 67 - 73  2001

  • Derivational Theta-Marking and Argument Sharing

    International Association of Chinese Linguistics 10th Annual Conference(Oral Presentation)    2001

  • Review of Jeong-Seok Kim(1997)'Syntactic Focus Movement and Ellipsis : A Minimalist Approach'

    Glot International   5 ( 2 ) 67 - 73  2001

  • 古典的類型論と比較統語論-日本語動詞形態の分析を通して-

    京都大学言語学研究   ( 19 ) 117 - 149  2000

  • Predicate Ellipsis and Nominalization in Japanese

    Proceedings of 2000 Seoul International Conference on Language and Computation     297 - 307  2000

  • 補助動詞アル・イルと文の階層構造(共著)

    広島大学日本語教育学科紀要   ( 10 ) 79 - 86  2000

  • Predicate Ellipsis and Nominalization in Japanese

    Proceedings of 2000 Seoul International Conference on Language and Computation     297 - 307  2000

  • Linguistic Typology and Composition/Decomposition of Predicates

    第22回岡山英文学会招待講演(口頭発表)    1999

  • 統語操作の類型と機能的主要部の特性

    日本英文学会第71回大会シンポジウム第11部門「主要部をめぐる主要課題」(口頭発表)    1999

  • Linguistic Typology and Composition/Decomposition of Predicates

       1999

  • Typological Variations in Syntactic Operations and Properties of Functional Heads

       1999

  • Feature checking and morphological merger

    H Sakai

    JAPANESE/KOREAN LINGUISTICS, VOL 8   8   189 - 201  1998

  • Raising Asymmetry and Improper Movement

    Japanese/Korean Linguistics vol. 7     481 - 498  1998

  • Feature Checking and Morphological Merger.

    Japanese/Korean Linguistics Vol. 8   8   189 - 201  1998

  • Raising Asymmetry and Improper Movement

    Japanese/Korean Linguistics vol. 7     481 - 498  1998

  • Checking and Merger : Classical Typology Meets Parametric Syntax

    Proceeding of the Fourth Seoul International Conference on Linguistics     664 - 673  1997

  • Checking and Merger : Classical Typology Meets Parametric Syntax

    Proceeding of the Fourth Seoul International Conference on Linguistics     664 - 673  1997

  • Derivational Uniformity: A Study of Syntactic Derivation in Parametric Setting, 1996, University Microfilms Inc. Ann Arbor; USA, pp. 1-198.

    University Microfilms Inc. Ann Arbor; USA     1 - 198  1996

  • Clause Reduction in Japanese

    MIT Working Papers in Linguistics : Proceedings of Formal Approaches to Japanese Linguistics2   ( 29 ) 193 - 212  1996

  • 繰り上げ構文の非対称性と派生の統一性

    Kansai Linguistic Society   ( 16 ) 1 - 11  1996

  • Derivational Uniformity: A Study of Syntactic Derivation in Parametric Setting, 1996, University Microfilms Inc. Ann Arbor; USA, pp. 1-198.

    University Microfilms Inc. Ann Arbor; USA     1 - 198  1996

  • Clause Reduction in Japanese

    MIT Working Papers in Linguistics : Proceedings of Formal Approaches to Japanese Linguistics2   ( 29 ) 193 - 212  1996

  • Raising Asymmetry and Derivational Uniformity

    Kansai Linguistic Society   ( 16 ) 1 - 11  1996

  • Alignment with Place Nodes : An Analysis of Lexical Domain Distinctions in Japanese

    Proceedings of 13th West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics   13   106 - 121  1995

  • Alignment with Place Nodes : An Analysis of Lexical Domain Distinctions in Japanese

    Proceedings of 13th West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics   13   106 - 121  1995

  • The Uniformity Measure for Derivations

    Annual Meeting of Linguistic Society of America (oral presentation)    1994

  • Derivational Economy in Long Distance Scrambling

    Formal Approaches to Japanese Linguistics 1, MIT Working Papers in Linguistics   ( 24 ) 295 - 314  1994

  • The Uniformity Measure for Derivations

    Annual Meeting of Linguistic Society of America (oral presentation)    1994

  • Derivational Economy in Long Distance Scrambling

    Formal Approaches to Japanese Linguistics 1, MIT Working Papers in Linguistics   ( 24 ) 295 - 314  1994

  • 日本語の非動作主使役文 (Non-Agentive Causatives) について

    日本言語学会第100回大会 (口頭発表)    1990

  • Non-Agentive Causatives in Japanese

    Linguistic Society of Japan    1990

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Research Projects

  • なぜ言語には文法が必要なのか-脳磁図を用いた予測処理における神経律動の分析

    学術振興会  科研費 挑戦的研究(萌芽)

    Project Year :

    2018.09
    -
    2021.03
     

    酒井 弘

  • 脳はどのように文法を生み出すのか―東アジア言語比較認知神経科学からの探求―

    学術振興会  科研費 基盤研究(A)

    Project Year :

    2015.04
    -
    2020.03
     

    酒井 弘

  • 語用論的推論に関する比較認知神経科学的研究

    国立国語研究所  「新領域創出型」共同研究プロジェクト

    Project Year :

    2016.10
    -
    2019.09
     

    酒井 弘

  • 言語の多様性と認知神経システムの可変性―東アジア言語の比較を通した解明―

    学術振興会  科研費 基盤研究(A)

    Project Year :

    2011
    -
    2014
     

    酒井 弘

  • インプット・アウトプットの処理を通した言語学習の認知神経メカニズム

    学術振興会  科研費 基盤研究(B)

    Project Year :

    2008
    -
    2010
     

    酒井 弘

  • 文産出時の統語構造構築に関わる脳機能の解明

    文部科学省  科研費 特定領域研究「脳の高次機能学」

    Project Year :

    2008
    -
    2009
     

    酒井 弘

  • 統語的・語彙的プライミングを用いた再帰的計算能力を支える皮質構造の解明

    文部科学省  科研費 特定領域研究「脳の高次機能学」

    Project Year :

    2006
    -
    2007
     

    酒井 弘

  • 話し言葉の理解における複合語処理の認知神経機構の解明

    学術振興会  科研費 基盤研究(B)

    Project Year :

    2005
    -
    2007
     

    酒井 弘

  • 統語的プライミングを手がかりとした再帰的計算能力を支える皮質構造の解明

    文部科学省  科研費 特定領域研究「脳の高次機能学」

    Project Year :

    2005
    -
     
     

    酒井 弘

  • 動詞形態の認知処理過程を手がかりとした言語機構の構造の解明

    学術振興会  科研費 基盤研究(C)

    Project Year :

    2002
    -
    2004
     

    酒井 弘

  • 言語の認知神経科学

    Project Year :

    2003
    -
     
     

  • Cognitive Neuroscience of Langauge

    Project Year :

    2003
    -
     
     

  • 日本語の類型論的特徴が文の認知処理過程に及ぼす影響に関する研究

    学術振興会  科研費 基盤研究(C)

    Project Year :

    2000
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    酒井 弘

  • 日本語心理言語学

  • 日本語と東アジア諸語の文法の比較

  • 生成文法理論に基いた日本語・英語の対照研究

  • Japanese Psycholinguistics

  • Comparative Syntax of East - Asian Languages

  • A Contrastive study of Japanese and English based on Generative Grammar

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Presentations

  • Dissociating and localizing prediction in language comprehension: An MEG study on Japanese classifier-noun processing

    Sakai, H, Oseki, Y, Ito, A, Matsumoto, A, Makuuchi, M

    he 12th annual meeting of the Society for the Neurobiology of Language 

    Presentation date: 2020.10

  • Neural correlates of inferential reasoning in evidentiality and modality: An ERP study

    Sakai, H, Hara Y, Orita N, Koshizuka N  [Invited]

    Exploring Interface #1: Grammatical Theory and Neurolinguistics 

    Presentation date: 2019.10

  • Emergence of grammar in the human brain: An insight from EEG studies on Japanese classifier-noun combinations

    SAKAI Hiromu  [Invited]

    Presentation date: 2019.10

  • A neurolinguistic investigation into semantic differences of evidentiality and modality

    Hara Y, Orita N, Koshizuka T, Sakai H

    Sinn und Bedeutung 24 Special Session on neurolinguistics approaches to semantics and pragmatics 

    Presentation date: 2019.09

  • Prediction of orthographic information during listening comprehension,

    Ito A, Sakai H

    Embodied and Situated Language Processing (ESLP) and The Attentive Listener in the Visual World (AttLis) 2019 

    Presentation date: 2019.08

  • Neurolinguistic differences between evidentiality and Modality

    Hara Y, Orita N, Koshizuka T, Sakai H

    The eighth experimental pragmatics conference 

    Presentation date: 2019.07

  • Semantics of evidentiality and modality: a neurolinguistic approach

    Hara Y, Orita N, Koshizuka T, Sakai H

    The Japanese Society for Language Science 

    Presentation date: 2019.07

  • 補文のタイプと主動詞ー意味計算の神経基盤を探るー

    酒井 弘, 上垣渉, 須藤靖直

    Prosody and Grammar Festa 2017 

    Presentation date: 2019.02

  • 話者の視線が明らかにする文産出のタイムコース

    酒井 弘  [Invited]

    2018年度早稲田大学英文学会・英語英文学会合同大会 

    Presentation date: 2018.12

  • Time Course of Sentence Production revealed by Speakers' Eye-Movement

    SAKAI Hiromu  [Invited]

    CiNet Seminar 

    Presentation date: 2018.11

  • Predictive processing of Japanese classifier-noun combinations: An ERP study

    Sakai H, Oseki Y, Orita N

    The 10th meeting of the Society for the Neurobiology of Language 

    Presentation date: 2018.08

  • Asymmetric memory encoding for voicing contrasts across languages

    Shinohara Y, Hestvik A, Durvasula K, Sakai H

    The 8th Mismatch Negativity Conference, 

    Presentation date: 2018.06

  • 話者の視線が解き明かす言語と思考の関係

    酒井 弘  [Invited]

    関西言語学会第43回大会招待講演 

    Presentation date: 2018.06

  • Cross-linguistic differences in MMN asymmetry: Voicing underspecification in Japanese

    Shinohara Y, Hestvik A, Durvasula K, Verdonschot R, Sakai H

    he 9th meeting of the Society for the Neurobiology of Language 

    Presentation date: 2017.11

  • Typological variation in the time-course of sentence production: Eye-tracking studies on Kaqchikel, Spanish, and Japanese

    SAKAI Hiromu  [Invited]

    Leiden Center for Linguistics Colloquium 

    Presentation date: 2017.09

  • What do gaze-patterns tell us about the design of human language?: A sentence and gesture production study in Kaqchikel

    SAKAI Hiromu  [Invited]

    Facultados de Psicologia Collocuium 

    Presentation date: 2017.03

  • 実験語用論研究の展望ー言語は文脈といつ・どのように結びつけられるのか

    酒井 弘

    Prosody and Grammar Festa 2017 

    Presentation date: 2017.02

  • Unconscious translation from Japanese kanji to Chinese hanzi by Chinese-Japanese bilinguals: An ERP investigation

    Wang Y, Luo Y, Momma S, Sakai H

    The 8th meeting of the Society for the Neurobiology of Language 

    Presentation date: 2016.08

  • 話者の視線を通して探る思考と言語の相関性ー日本語・スペイン語・カクチケル語における文産出実験を通してー

    酒井 弘  [Invited]

    NINJALコロキアム 

    Presentation date: 2016.07

  • 言語の認知神経科学(導入),ワークショップ「理論言語学と認知神経科学:言語理論はどうすれば脳科学実験によって確かめられるのか?」

    酒井 弘

    日本言語学会第152会大会 

    Presentation date: 2016.06

  • Lexical predictions and the structure of semantic memory: EEG evidence from case changes

    Momma S, Luo Y, Sakai H, Lau E, Phillips C

    29th Annual CUNY Sentence Processing Conference 

    Presentation date: 2016.03

  • Give me several hundred more milliseconds: the temporal dynamics of verb prediction

    Momma, S, Sakai H, Phillips C

    Talk presented at the 28th annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing 

    Presentation date: 2015.03

  • “He laughs because/therefore the book is funny”: The neural evidence of order processing in causal inference during reading

    Luo Y, Sato M, Ito S, Wang Y, Sakai H

    2015 annual meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping, 

    Presentation date: 2015.01

  • Experimental syntax of genitive subject in Korean and Japanese: A View from prosody-syntax interface

    SAKAI Hiromu  [Invited]

    Korea Society for Language and Information Workshop on Meaning and Cognition 

    Presentation date: 2014.06

  • Anti-locality preference in the processing of Japanese reflexive binding

    Omaki, A, Dillon, B, Kubo, T, Sato, M, Sakai, H

    CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing 2014 

    Presentation date: 2014.03

  • ERP responses to code-switching in cognate/non-cognate word recognition by Chinese-Japanese bilinguals

    Luo, Y, Jiang, C, Long, S-H, Sakai, H

    The 5th Annual Meeting of Society for the Neurobiology of Language 

    Presentation date: 2013.11

  • Genitive subjects in Korean and Japanese at prosody-syntax interface

    Kim, Y.-J, Sakai, H

    The 23rd Japanese/Korean Linguistics Conference 

    Presentation date: 2013.10

  • Real-time computation of beneficiary and perspective in social context: An eye-tracking study on Japanese give/receive auxiliary

    Sato, W, Long, S-Y, Luo, Y, Sakai, H

    Architecture and Mechanisms for Language Processing 2013 

    Presentation date: 2013.09

  • Effects of Similarity in the production of VOS word order in Kaqchikel

    Kubo, T, Ono, H, Tanaka, M, Koizumi, M, Sakai, H

    Architecture and Mechanisms for Language Processing 2013 

    Presentation date: 2013.09

  • The language-culture interface: Studies on the correlation between eye movements and sentence/gesture production in Kaqchikel, a Mayan language spoken in Guatemala

    SAKAI Hiromu  [Invited]

    The 2nd International Symposium on Signed and Spoken Language Linguistics: Word Order and Sentence Structure in Languages 

    Presentation date: 2013.09

  • Self-recognition in socio-cultural context: Linguistic, behavioral, and neurophysiological evidence

    SAKAI Hiromu  [Invited]

    Tokyo Conference on Philosophy of Psychiatry 

    Presentation date: 2013.09

  • An ERP Investigation into L2 Learners’ Processing of aspect information

    Long, S-Y, Sato, M, Sakai, H

    The 9th International Symposium on Bilingualism 

    Presentation date: 2013.06

  • Genitive subjects in Korean and Japanese: A view from prosody-syntax interface

    Sakai, H, Kim, Y.-J, Igarashi, Y  [Invited]

    The 8th International Workshop on Theoretical East Asian Linguistics 

    Presentation date: 2013.06

  • Unfolding an event differently: An ERP study on L1 and L2 processing of grammatical aspect

    Long, S-Y, Sato, M, Sakai, H

    CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing 2013 

    Presentation date: 2013.03

  • How do speakers think for speaking in a VOS language

    Kubo, T, Sato, M, Ono, H, Sakai, H

    CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing 2013 

    Presentation date: 2013.03

  • Neurocognitive mechanisms for agreement computation: A view from an ERP study on Japanese honorific processing

    SAKAI Hiromu  [Invited]

    The 14th Tokyo Conference on Psycholinguistics 

    Presentation date: 2013.03

  • OS言語から観た人間言語のデザイン-カクチケル語の文とジェスチャーの産出-

    酒井 弘

    日本認知科学会第29回大会シンポジウム「主語・目的語語順選好は普遍的か:主語末尾型言語からの検証」 

    Presentation date: 2012.12

  • Code-switching effects in word recognition of visually presented ideograms: An event-related potential study on Chinese-Japanese proficient bilinguals

    SAKAI Hiromu

    The 14th International Conference on the Processing of East Asian Languages 

    Presentation date: 2012.10

  • Do L2 speakers of Japanese use accent information incrementally in word recognition?: An eye-tracking study using artificial-word learning paradigm

    Yin, S, Sato, M, Igarashi, Y, Sakai, H

    The 14th International Conference on the Processing of East Asian Languages 

    Presentation date: 2012.10

  • Exclamation by overt marker for factivity: A case of sentence-final koto in Japanese

    Kim, Y-J, Sakai, H

    The 6th International Workshop on Formal Approach to Japanese Linguistics 

    Presentation date: 2012.09

  • What do Japanese honorifics tell us about agreement processing: A neurocognitive investigation

    SAKAI Hiromu  [Invited]

    The 6th International Workshop on Formal Approach to Japanese Linguistics 

    Presentation date: 2012.09

  • Processing event in real-time

    SAKAI Hiromu  [Invited]

    GLOW (Generative Linguistics in Old World) in Asia IX 

    Presentation date: 2012.09

  • How does animacy affect word order in a VOS language

    Kubo, T, Ono, H, Tanaka, M, Koizumi, M, Sakai, H

    CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing 2012 

    Presentation date: 2012.03

  • Perception order affects message content in sentence production

    Sato M, Ostrand R, Sakai H, Bergen B

    Architecture and Mechanisms for Language Processing 2011 

    Presentation date: 2011.09

  • Grammatical function assignment and word order determination in grammatical encoding level: Evidence from structural priming effects in Japanese sentence production

    Deng, Y, Ono, H, Sakai, H

    Architecture and Mechanisms for Language Processing 2011 

    Presentation date: 2011.09

  • The Linguistic cues for event mapping in L2 verb learning

    Sakamoto, K, Nakaishi, Y, Long, S-Y, Sakai, H

    Architecture and Mechanisms for Language Processing 2011 

    Presentation date: 2011.09

  • 視線を手がかりに探る言語と状況のインタラクション

    酒井 弘  [Invited]

    第14回認知神経心理学研究会年次大会 

    Presentation date: 2011.09

  • Reference resolution in discourse with multiple knowledge space

    SAKAI Hiromu

    The 9th Workshop on Inferential Mechanisms and their Linguistic Manifestation and Kyunghee Korea-Japan Workshop on Linguistics and Language Processing 

    Presentation date: 2010.12

  • Neurocognitive indices for event comprehension

    SAKAI Hiromu  [Invited]

    2010 International Symposium on Language and Linguistics 

    Presentation date: 2010.12

  • Processing Altaic ditransitive constructions in real-time

    SAKAI Hiromu  [Invited]

    The 7th Altaic Formal Linguistics Workshop 

    Presentation date: 2010.10

  • The time course of animacy and word order effects on sentence production: An eye-tracking study on Japanese existential sentences

    Deng, Y, Ono, K, Ono, H, Sakai, H

    The 7th International Conference on Cognitive Science 

    Presentation date: 2010.08

  • Real-Time Computation for Semantic Composition of Events: An ERP study on aspectual coercion in Japanese

    Long, S-Y, Deng, Y, Ono, H, Nittono, H, Sakai, H

    The 6th International Workshop on Theoretical East Asian Linguistics 

    Presentation date: 2010.08

  • What do experimental methodologies tell us about theoretical East Asian linguistics: Introduction to the special session on experimental East Asian linguistics

    SAKAI Hiromu

    The 6th International Workshop on Theoretical East Asian Linguistics 

    Presentation date: 2010.08

  • Does frequency of occurrence make relative clause processing easier in Japanese?

    Sato, A, Kahraman, B, Sakai, H

    CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing 2010 

    Presentation date: 2010.03

  • What we cannot expect from experimental syntax

    SAKAI Hiromu

    Presentation date: 2009.11

  • Neurotypology: A view from processing of head-final languages

    SAKAI Hiromu  [Invited]

    The New Korean Association of English Language and Literature 

    Presentation date: 2009.08

  • Does structural priming override conceptual constraints?: A case of passive sentence production in Japanese

    Deng, Y, Ono, H, Tamaoka, K, Miyaoka, Y, Sakai, H

    CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing 2009 

    Presentation date: 2009.03

  • Fixation out of the utterance order: A case of Japanese existential construction

    Ono, H, Ono, K, Sakai, H

    CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing 2009 

    Presentation date: 2009.03

  • 機能範疇パラメータ化再考

    酒井 弘

    日本英語学会第26回大会シンポジウム「機能範疇の創発-通言語的視点から」 

    Presentation date: 2008.11

  • 大学院生を対象とした生成文法の教育

    酒井 弘

    日本英文学会第80回大会シンポジウア第6部門「今、生成文法の何をどう、そしてなぜ教えるのか?」 

    Presentation date: 2008.05

  • Processing Japanese relative clause with local assignment of clause boundaries

    Kahraman, B, Ono, H, Sakai, H

    CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing 2008 

    Presentation date: 2008.03

  • Rethinking relative clause processing in Japanese: New evidence with causatives

    Sato, A, Ono, H, Kahraman, B, Sakai, H

    CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing 2008 

    Presentation date: 2008.03

  • Aspectual information in head-final languages: A case of temporal adverbs, numeral quantifiers, and predicates in Japanese

    Long, S-Y, Ono, H, Deng, Y, Luo, W, Sakai, H

    CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing 2008 

    Presentation date: 2008.03

  • Grammatical encoding in the production of passive sentences: Evidence from priming effects in Japanese

    Deng, Y, Ono, H, Sakai, H

    CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing 2008 

    Presentation date: 2008.03

  • Processing cost for the scrambled word order: Where and why does it emerge?

    Ono, H, Nashiwa, H, Miyatani, M, Sakai, H

    CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing 2008 

    Presentation date: 2008.03

  • Resolution of left edge ambiguity in the processing of multi-clause sentences: The case of adjunct subordinate clauses in Japanese

    Sakai, H, Ono, H, Fukuda, M, Yoshimura, M

    CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing 2007 

    Presentation date: 2007.03

  • Investigating the sources of cognitive cost for the processing of scrambled word order

    Ono, H, Tanaka, J, Sakai, H

    CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing 2007 

    Presentation date: 2007.03

  • Unsolved dependency and memory cost: A study of negative adverbs in Japanese

    Chiu, R, Ono, H, Sakai, H

    CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing 2007 

    Presentation date: 2007.03

  • 脳の働きから見た日本語文法脳の働きから見た日本語文法

    酒井 弘

    日本言語学会第131回大会公開特別企画シンポジウム「脳からことばの謎に迫る」 

    Presentation date: 2006.11

  • Syntactic priming effects in the processing of a head-final language

    Tanaka, J, Tamaoka, K, Sakai, H

    CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing 2006 

    Presentation date: 2006.03

  • Mismatch of social rank features elicits syntactic positive shift: An ERP study of Japanese honorific constructions

    Sakai, H, Harada, N, Yoshimura, M, Shiraishi, M, Tanaka, J, Miyatani, M

    CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing 2006 

    Presentation date: 2006.03

  • アル・ナル・スルからみた日本語の統語構造

    酒井 弘  [Invited]

    日本語文法学会第6回大会 

    Presentation date: 2005.11

  • 敬語文と軽動詞

    酒井 弘, アドリアン イヴァナ

    日本英文学会第77回大会シンポジウム第6部門「形態的一致とAgree-honorification再考 

    Presentation date: 2005.05

  • ERP responses distinguish morphological processing from lexical memory

    Sakai, H, Shiraishi, M, Miyatani, M

    Cognitive Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting 2005 

    Presentation date: 2005.04

  • Syntactic priming effects in the processing of alternating word order

    Tanaka, J, Tamaoka, K, Sakai, H

    CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing 2005CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing 2005 

    Presentation date: 2005.03

  • Processing of verb morphology is independent of lexical memory: An fMRI study

    Sakai, H, Kawahara, J, Tanaka, J, Maruishi, M, Muranaka, H, Dojyo, H

    Cognitive Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting 2004 

    Presentation date: 2004.04

  • Configurationality and feature visibility

    SAKAI Hiromu

    Linguistics and Phonetics 2002 

    Presentation date: 2002.09

  • 生物言語学アプローチの可能性-古典的類型論の再考を通して-

    酒井 弘

    日本言語学会第123回大会公開シンポジウム「こころの科学としての言語研究-心理学と言語学の対話」 

    Presentation date: 2001.11

  • Derivational theta-marking and argument sharing

    SAKAI Hiromu

    Workshop on Theoretical East Asian Linguistics: Chinese in East Asian Context 

    Presentation date: 2001.06

  • 統語操作の類型と機能的主要部の特性

    酒井 弘

    日本英文学会第71回大会,シンポジウム第11部門「主要部をめぐる主要課題」 

    Presentation date: 1999.05

  • The Uniformity Measure for Derivations

    SAKAI Hiromu

    Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America 1994 

    Presentation date: 1994.01

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Specific Research

  • 神経活動のエンコーディング・デコーディングで辿る言語の知覚から応答への道筋

    2021   田中慶太, 塚原彰彦, 加藤隆典

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    視覚呈示されたオブジェクトを口頭で命名する過程の中で、いつどのようにオブジェクトの視覚情報が脳内で表現され、音声を産出するための構音器官の運動情報に変換されていくのか、時間軸に沿って具体的に捉えた研究はほとんど存在しない。そこで本研究ではミリ秒単位の時間的解像度と数センチ単位の空間的解像度を有するとされる脳磁計使用し、視覚呈示されたオブジェクトを音声で命名する課題を遂行する際の脳磁気を記録し、神経活動から課題を推定する「神経活動デコーディング」による分析を実施した。結果から、オブジェクトに対する視覚情報と、音声に対する運動情報が、それぞれ固有の神経活動として表現されていることが示唆された。

  • 脳磁気信号の解読による動的神経活動としての言語の脳内表象の解明

    2021   田中慶太, 塚原彰彦, 加藤隆典

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    言語が人間の心内でどのように表現されているかについて、長期記憶中に単語の表象が貯蔵されていると仮定されてきたが、この心内表象がどのような神経活動と対応しているのかはまだほとんど明らかにされていない。そこで本研究では、視覚呈示された具象物を口頭命名をする際の脳磁気を記録し、機械学習アルゴリズムを使用して神経活動から命名されたイメージを推定する「神経活動デコーディング」と言われる手法で分類した。結果として、イメージ呈示の直後と、単語命名の直前では、推定確率がチャンスレベルを上回ることがわかった。この結果は、単語及びイメージに対応する神経活動が脳磁気として捉えられたことを示している。

  • 脳磁気信号を手掛かりとした言語の脳情報デコーディング

    2020   大関洋平, 伊藤愛音, 松本敦, 幕内充, 大須理英子, 高橋裕太

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    言語処理における予測の神経基盤を探る脳磁気計測研究成果を複数の国際学会において発表した。数理モデルによって予測した言語の処理負荷と脳磁計によって計測した神経活動量との相関を探る研究成果を国内学会において発表した。SPM12/MATLABを使用した脳磁気データ解析及びMNE/Pythonを使用した脳磁気データ解析に関する複数のワークショップを開催した。東京電機大学及び国立障害者リハビリテーションセンター研究所において言語処理の神経基盤を探る脳磁気計測実験を実施して追加データを取得した。

  • 脳磁図および脳表・深部電極脳波の計測による言語処理の神経メカニズムの解明

    2019   大関洋平, 幕内充

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    連携研究者である幕内充国立障害者リハビリテーションセンター研究所高次脳機能障害研究室長の協力を得て、同じく連携研究者である早稲田大学理工学術院大関洋平講師とともに、同センターの脳磁計(Electa社製)を使用して、2019年度中に言語理解時の脳磁気信号計測実験2種類(文の読解時の磁気信号計測および文の聴取時の磁気信号計測)を実施した。計測結果を現在分析中であり、2020年10月に開催予定のInternational Symposium on Artificial Intelligence and Brain Scienceにおいて発表予定である(応募申請済)。この他に、2020年9月に開催予定のSociety of Neurobiology of Language、2021年開催予定のBioMagnetism2021において研究成果を発表することを計画している。

  • 言語の予測処理メカニズムの神経基盤の解明-EEG及びfMRIを使用した多角的検討

    2018  

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    視線計測を通して言語の産出過程を探る研究の成果を論文として国際学術誌(Frontiers in Psychology)に掲載するとともに、関西言語学会第43回大会等で招待講演者として発表を実施した。予測処理のEEG計測実験及びVOT知覚のEEG計測について、成果をそれぞれ国際学会(Neurobiology of Language 2018及びMismatch Negativity Conference 2018)で発表した。さらに、日本語文末モダリティー処理のEEG計測実験及び予測処理のEEG計測実験の追加データ取得も実施した。

  • 脳は文法をどのように生み出すのか-予測(prediction) メカニズムの神経基盤に注目して-

    2017   須藤靖直, 大関洋平, 篠原靖明, HESTVIK, Arild, MARANTZ, Alec, VERDONSCHOT, Rinus, DURVASULA, Karthik, 折田奈甫, 幕内充, LAI, Yao-Ying, PINANGO, Maria

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    人間の脳がどのように文法を処理し、学習するのかという謎の解明を目指して、予測(prediction)メカニズムに焦点を当てて研究を実施した。具体的には、名詞の予測可能性が文処理にどのような影響を及ぼすかを探る事象関連電位計測実験を実施し、実験の結果を第3囘坂本記念神経科学研究会で発表した。また、昨年までに実施した日本語動詞活用形の産出実験の結果は国際学会Mental Architecture for Processing and Learning of Language 2017で発表して発表論文集に論文を掲載し、日本語母語話者によるVOT知覚の事象関連電位差計測実験の結果は国際学会Neurobiology of Language 2017において発表し、論文を国際学術誌に投稿した。

  • 脳は文法をどのように生み出すのか-数量表現処理の事象関連電位計測実験を通した検討-

    2016   大関洋平, 須藤靖直, 王韻竹, LUO, Yingyi, HESTVIK, Arild, 篠原靖明

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    文法の処理と学習を対象とした研究として,新奇動詞を使用した動詞活用形産出実験を実施するとともに,数量詞処理の事象関連電位計測研究のために計測システムの整備と実験刺激の作成を行った.次に音声学習を対象として,日本語母語話者によるVOT知覚の事象関連電位計測実験を実施して結果を分析中である.また,語彙学習を対象として,中日バイリンガル話者による語彙認知の事象関連電位計測実験実施し,研究成果を国際学会において発表した.以上の研究を総合して,文法(言語における規則性)がどのように学習され,脳における言語処理に反映されるのかを探る研究を進展させることができた.

  • 脳は文法をどのように生み出すのか

    2015  

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    人間が高速かつ正確に文を処理するために重要な役割を果たす「予測」メカニズムを探る事象関連電位計測実験を実施し,語彙知識に基づく予測と文法形式に基づく予測が異なるタイミングで処理されていることを確かめた.因果推論の神基盤を探る事象関連電位計測実験を実施し,事象間の時間的順序が因果推論を制約していることを示す結果を得た.文処理の認知神経基盤に関する国際ワークショップBLIT/CELESE International Workshop onNeurocognitive Basis for Languageを開催し,各国の研究者と情報交換を実施した.

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Committee Memberships

  • 2021.04
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    Now

    The Linguistics Society of Japan  Award Committee, Chair

  • 2020.09
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    Now

    Frontiers in Psychology  Editorial Board of Language Sciences, Review Editor

  • 2007.04
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    Now

    日本英語学会  日本英語学会評議員

  • 2003.04
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    Now

    日本言語学会  日本言語学会評議員

  • 2013.08
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    2015.07

    日本学術振興会  日本学術振興会特別研究員等審査会専門委員及び国際事業委員会書面審査委員

  • 2006.04
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    2013.11

    Springer  Journal of East Asian Linguistics Editorial Board

  • 2010.09
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    2013.08

    日本言語学会  日本言語学会広報委員

  • 2009.12
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    2012.11

    日本語文法学会  日本語文法学会大会委員

  • 2009.12
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    2011.11

    日本学術振興会  日本学術振興会科学研究費委員会専門委員

  • 2006.10
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    2011.09

    日本英語学会  日本英語学会編集委員

  • 2006.08
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    2008.07

    日本学術振興会  日本学術振興会特別研究員等審査会専門委員及び国際事業委員会書面審査委員

  • 2004.04
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    2007.03

    日本言語学会  日本語文法学会学会誌委員

  • 2004.04
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    2007.03

    日本語文法学会  学会誌編集委員

  • 2001.12
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    2004.11

    日本英語学会  日本英語学会大会準備委員

  • 2001.09
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    2004.08

    日本言語学会  大会運営委員

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