TamaokaBio

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    Katsuo TAMAOKA is a full Professor at the Graduate School of Languages and Cultures,
    Nagoya University, Japan. He is a psycholinguist whose research focuses on a wide range
    of issues in language processing-from words and orthography to phrasal and sentence-level
    topics. He is currently the editor of a special issue of Japanese Psychological Research
    (2015, Vol. 37, No.1) entitled 'The production of speech sounds across languages'. He has
    (co-) authored several articlesin prestigious journals including the Journal of Neurolinguistics,
    Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, PLoS ONE,
    and the Journal of
    Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition,
    as well as in renowned linguistics journals
    such as Language, Lingua, Linguistic Inquiry,Journal of Japanese Linguistics, and Journal of Quantitative
    Linguistics.
    Please refer to "Publications" in this Homepage.


    Participate in Research

  • We are currently recruiting participants for an ongoing psycholinguistic experiment. Please refer to the poster below or click the link (Participate in Research) to the right to sign up.
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    Up-coming Information

  • The following events are scheduled:
    Oral Presentation at the International Society of Neuroscience 2018 Annual Meeting
    Title: How do native speakers process sentences with little lexical conceptual information?: An eye‐tracking investigation on processing for Japanese scrambled sentences
    Place: Grand Ballroom, Kowloon Shangri‐La, Hong Kong
    Day: June 17, 2018
  • お問い合わせ

    TEL 052-789-4335
    E-mail:ktamaoka@lang.nagoya-u.ac.jp

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