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HORIE, Kaoru
 
Organization
Graduate School of Humanities Department of Humanities Professor
Graduate School
Graduate School of Languages and Cultures
Graduate School of Letters
Graduate School of Humanities
Undergraduate School
School of Humanities Department of Humanities
Title
Professor
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Degree 4

  1. Ph.D. (Linguistics) ( 1993.12   University of Southern California ) 

  2. M.A. ( 1990.5   University of Southern California ) 

  3. M.A. ( 1984.3   Sophia University ) 

  4. B.A. ( 1982.3   Sophia University ) 

Research Interests 6

  1. linguistic typology, Japanese-Korean contrastive linguistis, cognitive linguistics, functional linguistics, grammaticalization studies, language contact

  2. Linguistic Typology

  3. Language Contact Research

  4. Grammaticalization Studies

  5. Contrastive Linguistics

  6. Cognitive Linguistics

Research Areas 6

  1. Others / Others  / Linguistics

  2. Others / Others  / Japanese Studies

  3. Others / Others  / English Studies

  4. Others / Others  / Foreign Language Education

  5. Others / Others  / Japanese Education

  6. Humanities & Social Sciences / Linguistics  / Linguistics

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Current Research Project and SDGs 2

  1. A functional typological study of insubordination in Japanese and other languages

  2. A typological study of subordination in Japanese and other languages

Research History 10

  1. Nagoya University   Graduate School of Humanities Department of Humanities 1   course director

    2017.4

  2. Nagoya University   Graduate School of Languages and Cultures Department of Japanese Language and Culture Applied Linguistics   Director, Japanese Language and Culture Major

    2015.3

  3. National Institute of Japanese Language and Linguistics (NINJAL)   Department of Cross-linguistic Studies   Visiting Professor

    2014.4

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    Country:Japan

  4. Japan Society for Promotion of Science   Center for Academic Systems   program officer, Humanities

    2014.4 - 2017.3

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    Country:Japan

  5. 東北大学国際高等研究教育院・国際高等融合領域研究所兼務教員

    2007.4 - 2010.3

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    Country:Japan

  6. 東北大学大学院国際文化研究科付属言語脳認知総合科学研究センター研究員

    2007.4

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  7. Program leader, The Tohoku University 21st Century Center of Excellence Program in Humanities

    2002.8 - 2007.3

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    Country:Japan

  8. Professor, Graduate School, Tohoku University

    2002.4 - 2010.3

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  9. Associate Professor, Graduate School, Tohoku University

    1994.4 - 2002.3

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  10. Visiting Instructor, Ohio State University, USA

    1993.8 - 1994.3

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Education 4

  1. College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences, University of Southern California   College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences   Department of Linguistics

    1990.8 - 1993.12

  2. College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences, University of Southern California   College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences   Department of Linguistics

    1988.8 - 1990.5

  3. Sophia University   Graduate School, Division of Foreign Language   Linguistics Program

    1982.4 - 1984.3

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    Country: Japan

  4. Sophia University   Faculty of Foreign Language   Department of English

    1978.4 - 1982.3

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    Country: Japan

Professional Memberships 9

  1. The Japanese Society for Language Sciences   Vice-president, Editorial Committee Chief, "Studies in Language Sciences(SLS)" editor, SLS Managing Editor

  2. The Japanese Cognitive Linguistic Association (JCLA)   Vice president, Managing board member

  3. The Pragmatics Society of Japan   vice president, board member, Vice chair, Planning Committee

    2013.9

  4. Linguistic Society of Japan   Council member,

    1997.4

  5. The Society of Japanese Grammar   Editorial committee member

    2010.4 - 2015.3

  6. International Circle of Koraen Linguistics (ICKL)   Liaison Officer, Asia-Pacific

    1998.4

  7. English Linguistic Society of Japan   Editorial committee member, Council member

  8. The Society of Japanese Grammar

    2010.4 - 2015.3

  9. The Japanese Society for Language Sciences

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Papers 112

  1. The Interactional Origin of Nominal Predicate Structure in Japanese: A Comparative and Historical Pragmatic Perspective Reviewed

    Horie, Kaoru

      Vol. 44   page: 663-679   2012.4

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    This study presnts a historical pragmatic analysis of
    nominal predicate strucutre in Japanese through comparison to Korean.

    DOI: doi:10.1016/j.pragma.2011.09.020

  2. Subordination and insubordination in Japanese from a crosslinguistic perspective

    Horie, Kaoru

    Handbook of Japanese Contrastive Linguistics (Mouton)     page: 697-718   2018.3

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    DOI: DOI 10.1515/9781614514077-026

  3. Core-oblique Distinction and Nominalizer Choice in Japanese and Korean Reviewed

    Horie, Kaoru.

    Studies in Language   Vol. 24 ( 1 ) page: 77-102   2000.5

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  4. Versality of nominalizations: Where Japanese and Korean Contrast Reviewed

    Horie, Kaoru

        page: 473-497   2011.5

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    This paper presents a typological analysis of nominalization phenomena in Japanese and Korean

  5. Acquisition of the Korean Imperfective Aspect Markers -ko iss- and -a iss- by Japanese Learners: A Multiple-Factor Account Reviewed

    Ju-Yeon Ryu, Kaoru Horie, Yasuhiro Shirai

    LANGUAGE LEARNING   Vol. 65 ( 4 ) page: 791 - 823   2015.12

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    Although cross-linguistic research on second language tense-aspect acquisition has uncovered universal tendencies concerning the association between verbal semantics and tense-aspect markers, it is still unclear what mechanisms underlie this link. This study investigates the acquisition of two imperfective aspect markers (-ko iss- and -a iss-) in Korean by Japanese learners to determine how cognitive universals, first language (L1) transfer, and input frequency interact. The current findings are compared with the results of Lee and Kim (2007), who studied the acquisition of the same aspect markers by L1 English learners. Both groups of learners acquired the progressive -ko iss- earlier than the resultative -a iss-/-ko iss-, while L1 Japanese learners acquired the resultative use of -ko iss- earlier than L1 English learners. Japanese learners' early acquisition of the resultative -ko iss- is likely due to L1 transfer, because Japanese has a similar imperfective marker (-te i-). We argue that cognitive universals (one-to-one principle), L1 transfer, and input frequency all contribute to the acquisition patterns of temporal morphology.

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  6. How Cognitive Typlogy Affects Second Language Acquisition: A Study of Japanese and Chinese learners of English Reviewed

    Ryan Spring, Kaoru Horie

    Cognitive Linguistics   Vol. 24 ( 4 ) page: 689-710   2013.12

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    Language:English   Publishing type:Research paper (scientific journal)  

    This study sheds new light on SLA research by applying the insights of Talmy's framing typology to the second language acquisition data of English by Japanese and Mandrin Chinese learners. Crucially, the three languages differ in terms of framing patterns, with Mandarin Chinese situated in between English and Japanese.

    DOI: DOI 10.1515/cog-2013-0024

  7. What Typology Reveals about Modality in Japanese Reviewed

    Horie, Kaoru, Heiko Narrog

    Usage-based Approaches to Japanese Grammar, ed. by Kabata, Kaori and Tsuyoshi Ono     page: 109-133   2014.6

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    This study reveals what is unique about the modality system in Japanese relative to other languages including Korean, English, and German.

  8. Grammaticalization of Nominalizers in Japanese and its Theoretical Implications: A Contrastive Study with Korean Reviewed

    Horie, Kaoru

    Seoane, Elena and Maria Jose Lopez-Couso. (eds.), Rethinking Grammaticalization: New Perspective for the Twenty-first Century (Typological Studies in Language 76). John Benjamins.     page: 169-187   2008.8

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  9. Three Types of Nominalization in Modern Japanese: No, Koto and Zero. Reviewed

    Horie, Kaoru

    Linguistics 35-5, 879-894   Vol. 35 ( 5 ) page: 879-894   1997

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  10. Complementation in Japanese and Korean: A Contrastive and Cognitive Linguistic Approach. Reviewed

    Horie, Kaoru.

    Kaoru Horie (ed.), Complementation: Cognitive and FunctionalPerspectives. Amsterdam: John Benjamins (Converging evidence in cognition and communication 1)     page: 11-31   2000.9

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  11. Toward a Functional Typology of Noun Modifying Constructions in Japanese and Chinese: A Corpus-Based Account. Reviewed

    Wang, Luming, Kaoru Horie, and Prashant Pardeshi

    Studies in Language Sciences   Vol. 8   page: 213-228   2009.7

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  12. An Anatomy of the Posture Verb ‘baɾNe‘sit’ in Marathi: A Cognitive-Functional Account. Reviewed

        page: 91-108   2010.11

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  13. Intersubjectification and Textual Functions of Japanese Noda and Korean Kes-ita. Reviewed

    Kim, Joung-Min and Kaoru Horie

    Takubo, Yukinori (ed.) Japanese/Korean Linguistics 16. Stanford: CSLI.     page: 279-288   2009.1

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  14. 「のだ」構文の談話機能に関する対照言語学的考察-韓国語の「KES-ITA」との対比を通じて Reviewed

    金廷珉, 堀江薫

    金廷珉, 堀江薫.「「のだ」構文の談話機能に関する対照言語学的考察-韓国語の『言語学と日本語教育VI』東京:くろしお出版   Vol. VI   page: 175-190   2010.6

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  15. What is and What is not Language-Specific about the Japanese Modal System? A Comparative and Historical Perspective. Reviewed

    Moriya, Testuharu, and Kaoru Horie.

    Pizziconi, Barbara, and Mika Kizu (eds.), Japanese Modality: Exploring its Scope and Interpretations. New York: Pelgrave Macmillan.     page: 87-114   2009.9

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  16. 格助詞の学習・指導における投射モデルの応用 Reviewed

    秋葉多佳子, 堀江薫, 白井恭弘

    南雅彦(編)『言語学と日本語教育VI』東京:くろしお出版   Vol. VI   page: 29-45   2010.6

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  17. Where, How and Why do Passives in Japanese and Korean differ?-A Parallel Corpus Account. Reviewed

    Pardeshi, Prashant, Qingmei Li, and Kaoru Horie

    McGloinm, Naomi H. and Junko Mori (eds.), Japanese/Korean Linguistics 15. CSLI.     page: 108-120   2007.12

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  18. 「名詞のカテゴリー転換に関する日本語と中国語の対照」 Reviewed International coauthorship

    堀江 薫

    米倉よう子・山本修・浅井良策(編)『ことばから心へ―認知の深淵―』(開拓社)   Vol. -   page: 143 - 153   2020

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  19. クメール語の「外の関係」の名詞修飾現象-日本語との対比を通じてー Reviewed

    堀江 薫

    パルデシ・ プラシャント・堀江薫(編)(2020)『日本語と世界の言語の名詞修飾表現』   Vol. なし   page: 263 - 279   2020

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  20. アルメニア語の非定形名詞修飾表現の特徴 -日本語・英語との対照を通してー Reviewed

    堀江 薫

    パルデシ・プラシャント・堀江薫(編)(2020)『日本語と世界の言語の名詞修飾表現』ひつじ書房   Vol. なし   page: 535 - 553   2020

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  21. 「日本語の「相対」名詞修飾節における推論の役割 ―『基準点』の補正に関して―」 Reviewed International coauthorship

    堀江 薫

    KLS Selected Papers(関西言語学会)   Vol. -   page: 43 - 57   2020

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  22. Noriko Onodera (Ed.) <i>Periphery: Where Pragmatic Meaning is Negotiated</i>. Hituzi Syobo. 2017

    Horie Kaoru

    The Japanese Journal of Language in Society   Vol. 22 ( 1 ) page: 263 - 266   2019.9

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    DOI: 10.19024/jajls.22.1_263

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  23. 一語からはじまる対照研究・類型論―「ゲットする」の事例分析を通じて―

    堀江 薫

    日本語学   Vol. 38(4)   page: 32 - 42   2019

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  24. 韓国語依存名詞 sik の類似引用的な機能―話者の否定的評価的態度の観点から― Reviewed

    堀江 薫

    日本認知言語学会論文集   Vol. 19   page: 185 - 196   2019

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  25. 文構造の中核と周辺における準体構造と連用構造の機能分担と競合

    堀江 薫

    KLS Selected Papers   Vol. 1   page: 226 - 236   2019

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  26. 「書評論文『語用論の基礎を理解する』(Gunter Senft(著)、石崎唯人・野呂幾久子(訳)2017年開拓社 Reviewed

    堀江 薫

    語用論研究   Vol. 19   page: 100 - 105   2018

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  27. <実現>を表す視覚動詞「みる」の構文化 Reviewed

    堀江 薫

    『認知言語学論考』 (ひつじ書房)   Vol. 14   page: 117 - 154   2018

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  28. 話し言葉の文末における「が」「けど」の談話機能ー認知・機能的観点からー

    堀江 薫

    認知言語学会論文集   Vol. NA   page: 419 - 430   2018

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  29. Symposium in the 37th Congress Emancipatory Pragmatics for Cross-cultural Understanding

    Katagiri Yasuhiro, Fujii Yoko, Ueno Kishiko, Horie Kaoru, Kataoka Kuniyoshi

    The Japanese Journal of Language in Society   Vol. 19 ( 1 ) page: 224 - 230   2016

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  30. マレーシア語のパーティクルkanの多機能性―文法化の観点から―

    堀江 薫

    関西言語学会論文集(KLS)   Vol. 35   page: 49 - 60   2015

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  31. 日本語の「非終止形述語」文末形式のタイポロジー

    堀江 薫

    日本語研究とその可能性   Vol. 1   page: 133 - 167   2015

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  32. 中国語のモーダルマーカー“必須”の節連結機能-文法化と機能拡張の観点から- Reviewed

    堀江 薫

    日本認知言語学会論文集   Vol. 15   page: 422 - 433   2015

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  33. What Typology Reveals about Modality in Japanese. A Cross-linguistic Perspective

    堀江 薫

    Usage-Based Approach to Japanese Grammar (ed. by Kabata Kaori and Tsuyoshi Ono), John Benjamins   Vol. なし   page: 109 - 133   2014

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  34. 韓国語の文末名詞化構文「-KE(S)」の文法的位置づけと語用論的意味-日本語の文末名詞化構文との対比を通して- Reviewed

    堀江 薫

    『関西言語学会論文集』   Vol. 34   page: 61 - 72   2014

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  35. 若者の自然会話における「の(∅)」の伝達的機能 ―男女間の使用差と「んだ(∅)」との機能分担に着目して―

    堀江 薫

    『語用論研究』   Vol. 16   page: 57 - 66   2014

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  36. 文末名詞化構文の相互行為機能―日韓語の自然発話データの対照を通じて― Reviewed

    堀江 薫

    解放的語用論への挑戦 (くろしお出版)     page: 33 - 55   2014

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  37. モダリティの類型論

    堀江 薫

    『モダリティ I 理論と方法』(澤田治美編、ひつじ書房)講座意味論講座   Vol. 3   page: 43 - 62   2014

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  38. 「のだ文」を用いた日本語母語話者の伝達方略 -話し言葉コーパスの分析に基づいて-

    堀江 薫

    日本語用論学会論文集   Vol. 該当なし   2014

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  39. 日本語文法学界の展望:対照研究 Reviewed

    堀江 薫, 塚本 秀樹

    日本語文法 (日本語文法学会)   Vol. 13巻1号   page: 151 - 158   2013

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  40. 第二言語習得データから見た日本語のモダリティにおける「行為拘束的モダリティ」と「認識的モダリティ」についての考察

    堀江 薫

    言語文化論集(名古屋大学大学院国際文化研究科)   Vol. 35   page: 155 - 169   2013

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  41. 「非原型的」修飾機能の観点から見た日英語の名詞修飾構造:パラレルコーパスに基づいて Reviewed

    堀江 薫

    Studies in Language Science   Vol. 11   page: 174 - 197   2012

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  42. 「日韓語の文末表現に見る語用論的意味変化-機能主義的類型論の観点から-」 Reviewed

    堀江 薫

    歴史語用論入門     page: 193 - 207   2011

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  43. 「のだ」構文の談話機能に関する対照言語学的一考察-韓国語の「KES-ITA」との対比を通じて Reviewed

    堀江 薫

    日本語学と日本語教育   Vol. 5   page: 75 - 790   2010

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  44. 格助詞 の学習・指導における投射モデルの応用 Reviewed

    堀江 薫

    言語学と日本語教育 VI     page: 29 - 45   2010

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  45. 主観化・間主観化の観点から見た日本語・韓国語の文法現象 Reviewed

    堀江 薫

    言語 37. 2     page: 84 - 89   2008

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  46. 金ジョンミン、主観化・間主観化の観点から見た日本語・韓国語の文法現象 Reviewed

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    言語   Vol. 37巻No.2   page: 84 - 89   2008

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  47. L2 acquisition of the Japanese verbal hedge omou: A prototype approach

    Hotta Tomoko, Horie Kaoru

    COGNITIVE LINGUISTICS AND JAPANESE PEDAGOGY: A USAGE-BASED APPROACH TO LANGUAGE LEARNING AND INSTRUCTION   Vol. 35   page: 199 - 223   2018

  48. Subordination and insubordination in Japanese from a crosslinguistic perspective

    Horie Kaoru

    HANDBOOK OF JAPANESE CONTRASTIVE LINGUISTICS     page: 697 - 718   2018

  49. The development of the Chinese scalar additive coordinators derived from prohibitives A constructionist perspective

    Zhu Bing, Horie Kaoru

    NEW TRENDS IN GRAMMATICALIZATION AND LANGUAGE CHANGE   Vol. 202   page: 361 - 380   2018

  50. Functions of the Sentence-Final Particle <i>Ne</i> with Rising Intonation: Used with Nominalized Sentences with <i>Noda</i> and Non-nominalized Sentences

    Kyono Chiho, Horie Kaoru

    Journal of the Phonetic Society of Japan   Vol. 20 ( 2 ) page: 68 - 76   2016

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    <p>The sentence-final particle <i>ne</i>, if used with rising intonation, expresses seeking confirmation. However, when rising <i>ne</i> is connected to a sentence nominalized by <i>no</i>(<i>da</i>), it functions to share information that is inaccessible to listeners. It is interpreted as seeking confirmation only when listeners can directly access the information. Nominalization by <i>no</i>(<i>da</i>) before rising <i>ne</i> indicates the listener's or speaker's understanding is incomplete. In analyzing the discourse functions of <i>ne</i>, besides types of intonation, we should consider the existence or absence of <i>noda</i>.</p>

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  51. Neg-raising as a product of grammaticalization Reviewed

    Moriya, Tetsuharu, Kaoru Horie

    Smith, Andrew D.M. et al. (eds.), New Directions in Grammaticalization Research. John Benjamins.     page: 121-134   2015.5

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    This paper presents a contrastive study of grammaticalization processes in English and Japanese that involve negative morphemes.

  52. A typologyof non-final predicate forms -- through a comparisonwit their

        page: 133-167   2015.4

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  53. Adaptive ability to cope with atypical or novel situations involving tool use: An fMRI approach Reviewed

    Keisuke Wakusawa, Motoaki Sugiura, Yuko Sassa, Hyeonjeong Jeong, Yukihito Yomogida, Kaoru Horie, Shigeru Sato, Hiroyuki Yokoyama, Shigeo Kure, Noriyoshi Takei, Norio Mori, Ryuta Kawashima

    NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH   Vol. 90   page: 72 - 82   2015.1

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    We investigated the neural mechanisms underlying the ability to cope in atypical or novel situations using tools. We hypothesized that two cognitive components support this ability: adaptive coordination (for adapting to situational demands) and cognitive inhibition (for inhibiting the incongruent actions afforded by tools). We had subjects choose novel tools for a given task or choose among familiar tools in an atypical situation, during which we examined cortical activation in their brains using functional magnetic resonance imaging. Neural activation during adaptive coordination was observed in the left lateral orbitofrontal cortex, inferior frontal gyrus and sulcus, middle and medial frontal gyrus, intraparietal sulcus, precentral sulcus, inferior temporal gyrus, supramarginal gyrus, the bilateral insula, anterior cingulate cortex, and the right callosal sulcus. Activation indicating cognitive inhibition was observed in the right middle and inferior frontal gyrus. These findings demonstrate that the left parietal region shapes basic action, whereas the right frontal region inhibits stereotypical action. The left frontal regions are thought to be linked to the processing of ambiguous actions and play key roles in coordinating actions, whereas other regions are involved in processing situational contexts. Our results may be important for understanding the neural systems underlying adaptability to daily social situations. (C) 2014 Elsevier Ireland Ltd and the Japan Neuroscience Society. All rights reserved.

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  54. A typological study of modality Reviewed

        page: 43-62   2014.6

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  55. Interactional functions of sentence-final nominalizations: Based on Japanese and Korean conversations Invited

    Explorations in Emancipatory Pragmatics     page: 35-55   2014.4

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  56. communicative functions of NO(φ) in younger people's spontaneous conversations: With particular attention to differences related to gender and the contrast with N DA Reviewed

    Studies in Pragmatics   Vol. 16   page: 57-66   2014.3

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  57. Bi-dierctional functional extensions between main and subordinate clauses and cross-linguistic aymmetry Invited

        page: 673-694   2014.3

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  58. How cognitive typology affects second language acquisition: A study of Japanese and Chinese learners of English

    Ryan Spring, Kaoru Horie

    Cognitive Linguistics   Vol. 24 ( 4 ) page: 689 - 710   2013.11

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  59. A Rodinian suture in western India: New insights on India-Madagascar correlations

    Ishwar-Kumar C., Windley B. F., Horie K., Kato T., Hokada T., Itaya T., Yagi K., Gouzu C., Sajeev K.

    PRECAMBRIAN RESEARCH   Vol. 236   page: 227 - 251   2013.10

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  60. An inter-laboratory evaluation of OD-3 zircon for use as a secondary U-Pb dating standard

    Iwano Hideki, Orihashi Yuji, Hirata Takafumi, Ogasawara Masatsugu, Danhara Tohru, Horie Kenji, Hasebe Noriko, Sueoka Shigeru, Tamura Akihiro, Hayasaka Yasutaka, Katsube Aya, Ito Hisatoshi, Tani Kenichiro, Kimura Jun-Ichi, Chang Qing, Kouchi Yoshikazu, Haruta Yasuhiro, Yamamoto Koshi

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  61. Neural correlates of adaptive social responses to real-life frustrating situations: a functional MRI study Reviewed

    Atsushi Sekiguchi, Motoaki Sugiura, Satoru Yokoyama, Yuko Sassa, Kaoru Horie, Shigeru Sato, Ryuta Kawashima

    BMC NEUROSCIENCE   Vol. 14   page: 29   2013.3

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    Background: Frustrating situations are encountered daily, and it is necessary to respond in an adaptive fashion. A psychological definition states that adaptive social behaviors are "self-performing" and "contain a solution." The present study investigated the neural correlates of adaptive social responses to frustrating situations by assessing the dimension of causal attribution. Based on attribution theory, internal causality refers to one's aptitudes that cause natural responses in real-life situations, whereas external causality refers to environmental factors, such as experimental conditions, causing such responses. To investigate the issue, we developed a novel approach that assesses causal attribution under experimental conditions. During fMRI scanning, subjects were required to engage in virtual frustrating situations and play the role of protagonists by verbalizing social responses, which were socially adaptive or non-adaptive. After fMRI scanning, the subjects reported their causal attribution index of the psychological reaction to the experimental condition. We performed a correlation analysis between the causal attribution index and brain activity. We hypothesized that the brain region whose activation would have a positive and negative correlation with the self-reported index of the causal attributions would be regarded as neural correlates of internal and external causal attribution of social responses, respectively.
    Results: We found a significant negative correlation between external causal attribution and neural responses in the right anterior temporal lobe for adaptive social behaviors.
    Conclusion: This region is involved in the integration of emotional and social information. These results suggest that, particularly in adaptive social behavior, the social demands of frustrating situations, which involve external causality, may be integrated by a neural response in the right anterior temporal lobe.

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  62. An interlanguage pragmatic analysis of Japanese learners' use of hedges in refusal situations Reviewed

    Studies in Pragmatics   Vol. 14   page: 1-19   2013.3

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  63. Self-face recognition in social context Reviewed

    Motoaki Sugiura, Yuko Sassa, Hyeonjeong Jeong, Keisuke Wakusawa, Kaoru Horie, Shigeru Sato, Ryuta Kawashima

    HUMAN BRAIN MAPPING   Vol. 33 ( 6 ) page: 1364 - 1374   2012.6

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    The concept of social self is often described as a representation of the self-reflected in the eyes or minds of others. Although the appearance of one's own face has substantial social significance for humans, neuroimaging studies have failed to link self-face recognition and the likely neural substrate of the social self, the medial prefrontal cortex (MPFC). We assumed that the social self is recruited during self-face recognition under a rich social context where multiple other faces are available for comparison of social values. Using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), we examined the modulation of neural responses to the faces of the self and of a close friend in a social context. We identified an enhanced response in the ventral MPFC and right occipitoparietal sulcus in the social context specifically for the self-face. Neural response in the right lateral parietal and inferior temporal cortices, previously claimed as self-face-specific, was unaffected for the self-face but unexpectedly enhanced for the friend's face in the social context. Self-face-specific activation in the pars triangularis of the inferior frontal gyrus, and self-face-specific reduction of activation in the left middle temporal gyrus and the right supramarginal gyrus, replicating a previous finding, were not subject to such modulation. Our results thus demonstrated the recruitment of a social self during self-face recognition in the social context. At least three brain networks for self-face-specific activation may be dissociated by different patterns of response-modulation in the social context, suggesting multiple dynamic self-other representations in the human brain. Hum Brain Mapp, 2011. (c) 2011 Wiley-Liss, Inc.

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  64. The interactional origin of nominal predicate structure in Japanese: A comparative and historical pragmatic perspective

    Kaoru Horie

    JOURNAL OF PRAGMATICS   Vol. 44 ( 5 ) page: 663 - 679   2012.4

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    Nominalization plays an important interactional role in East Asian languages. Informed and guided by the collective insight from Typological and Emancipatory Pragmatic approaches to grammar, this paper presents a comparative and historical pragmatic analysis of the preference for sentence-final nominal predicates in Japanese and addresses its communicative/interactional motivation. (C) 2011 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

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  65. Neural bases of human mate choice: Multiple value dimensions, sex difference, and self-assessment system Reviewed

    Risa Funayama, Motoaki Sugiura, Yuko Sassa, Hyeonjeong Jeong, Keisuke Wakusawa, Kaoru Horie, Shigeru Sato, Ryuta Kawashima

    SOCIAL NEUROSCIENCE   Vol. 7 ( 1 ) page: 59 - 73   2012

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    Mate choice is an example of sophisticated daily decision making supported by multiple componential processes. In mate-choice literature, different characteristics of the value dimensions, including the sex difference in the value dimensions, and the involvement of self-assessment due to the mutual nature of the choice, have been suggested. We examined whether the brain-activation pattern during virtual mate choice would be congruent with these characteristics in terms of stimulus selectivity and activated brain regions. In measuring brain activity, young men and women were shown two pictures of either faces or behaviors, and they indicated which person they would choose either as a spouse or as a friend. Activation selective to spouse choice was observed face-selectively in men's amygdala and behavior-selectively in women's motor system. During both partner-choice conditions, behavior-selective activation was observed in the temporoparietal regions. Taking the available knowledge of these regions into account, these results are congruent with the suggested characteristics of value dimensions for physical attractiveness, parenting resources, and beneficial personality traits for a long-lasting relationship, respectively. The medial prefrontal and posterior cingulate cortices were nonselectively activated during the partner choices, suggesting the involvement of a self-assessment process. The results thus provide neuroscientific support for the multi-component mate-choice mechanism.

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  66. Pragmatic-semantic change observed in Japanese and Korean sentence-final expressions: A functioal typological analysis Invited Reviewed

    Introduction to Historical Pragmatics     page: 193-207   2011.11

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  67. Versatility of nominalizations Where Japanese and Korean contrast

    Horie Kaoru

    NOMINALIZATION IN ASIAN LANGUAGES: DIACHRONIC AND TYPOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES   Vol. 96   page: 473 - 496   2011

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  68. Learning second language vocabulary: Neural dissociation of situation-based learning and text-based learning Reviewed

    Hyeonjeong Jeong, Motoaki Sugiura, Yuko Sassa, Keisuke Wakusawa, Kaoru Horie, Shigeru Sato, Ryuta Kawashima

    NEUROIMAGE   Vol. 50 ( 2 ) page: 802 - 809   2010.4

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    Second language (12) acquisition necessitates learning and retrieving new words in different modes. In this study, we attempted to investigate the cortical representation of an L2 vocabulary acquired in different learning modes and in cross-modal transfer between learning and retrieval. Healthy participants learned new L2 words either by written translations (text-based learning) or in real-life situations (situation-based learning). Brain activity was then measured during subsequent retrieval of these words. The right supramarginal gyrus and left middle frontal gyrus were involved in situation-based learning and text-based learning, respectively, whereas the left inferior frontal gyrus was activated when learners used L2 knowledge in a mode different from the learning mode. Our findings indicate that the brain regions that mediate L2 memory differ according to how L2 words are learned and used. (C) 2009 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

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  69. The neural basis of agency: An fMRI study Reviewed

    Yukihito Yomogida, Motoaki Sugiura, Yuko Sassa, Keisuke Wakusawa, Atsushi Sekiguchi, Ai Fukushima, Hikaru Takeuchi, Kaoru Horie, Shigeru Sato, Ryuta Kawashima

    NEUROIMAGE   Vol. 50 ( 1 ) page: 198 - 207   2010.3

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    Agency, a feeling that the self is the-cause of action, has a strong relationship to the processing of discrepancies between the predicted multi-sensory feedback from one&apos;s intended action and its actual outcome (hereafter, agency error). Although previous studies have explored the neural basis of agency by assessing the brain&apos;s response to agency error, the effects found are confounded by two types of error irrelevant to agency: a mismatch between different sensory inputs in general (sensory mismatch, SM error) and a basic response to any type of prediction error (oddball error). In this functional magnetic resonance imaging study. we identified the neural response specific to agency error by dissociating it from responses to SM and oddball errors. Subjects played a game in which they controlled an on-screen character. Neural responses to rare events of violated control and-congruency between types of audio-visual feedback were compared to dissociate agency from SM error. In a separate session, subjects viewed repetitive motions of the character, and neural responses to rare events of unpredictable change in movement were identified as related to oddball error. Agency-error-specific activation was observed in the supplementary motor area (SMA), left cerebellum, right posterior parietal cortex (PPC), and right extrastriate body area (EBA). Oddball errors also activated areas near the PPC and EBA peaks. SM errors activated the pre-SMA and the right posterior superior temporal sulcus. Our results suggest that the SMA, cerebellum, and some parts of the PPC and EBA serve as the neural bases of agency. (C) 2009 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

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  70. Effect of motion smoothness on brain activity while observing a dance: An fMRI study using a humanoid robot Reviewed

    Naoki Miura, Motoaki Sugiura, Makoto Takahashi, Yuko Sassa, Atsushi Miyamoto, Shigeru Sato, Kaoru Horie, Katsuki Nakamura, Ryuta Kawashima

    SOCIAL NEUROSCIENCE   Vol. 5 ( 1 ) page: 40 - 58   2010

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    Motion smoothness is critical in transmitting implicit information of body action, such as aesthetic qualities in dance performances. We expected that the perception of motion smoothness would be characterized by great intersubject variability deriving from differences in personal backgrounds and attitudes toward expressive body actions. We used functional magnetic resonance imaging and a humanoid robot to investigate the effects of the motion smoothness of expressive body actions and the intersubject variability due to personal attitudes on perceptions during dance observation. The effect of motion smoothness was analyzed by both conventional subtraction analysis and functional connectivity analyses that detect cortical networks reflecting intersubject variability. The results showed that the cortical networks of motion- and body-sensitive visual areas showed increases in activity in areas corresponding with motion smoothness, but the intersubject variability of personal attitudes toward art did not influence these active areas. In contrast, activation of cortical networks, including the parieto-frontal network, has large intersubject variability, and this variability is associated with personal attitudes about the consciousness of art. Thus, our results suggest that activity in the cortical network involved in understanding action is influenced by personal attitudes about the consciousness of art during observations of expressive body actions.

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  71. The Acquisition of Imperfective Aspect Marking in Korean as a Second Language by Japanese Learners

    Ryu Ju-yeon, Horie Kaoru, Shirai Yasuhiro

    PROCEEDINGS OF THE 24TH PACIFIC ASIA CONFERENCE ON LANGUAGE, INFORMATION AND COMPUTATION     page: 677 - 684   2010

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  72. The Acquisition of Imperfective Aspect Marking in Korean as a Second Language by Japanese Learners Reviewed

    Ju-yeon Ryu, Kaoru Horie, Yasuhiro Shirai

    PROCEEDINGS OF THE 24TH PACIFIC ASIA CONFERENCE ON LANGUAGE, INFORMATION AND COMPUTATION     page: 677 - 684   2010

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    This paper investigates the developmental process through which L2 learners acquire two 'imperfective' aspect markers in Korean, -ko iss- (progressive and resultative) and -a iss- (resultative) which attempts to identify language-general and language-specific patterns in the L2 acquisition of the Korean imperfective aspect by Japanese learners by comparing the results with previous research. Study 1 collected cross-sectional data from 55 Japanese learners of Korean as a foreign language and 18 Korean native speakers. The results show that the acquisition order was as follows: the progressive -ko iss- -&gt; the resultative -ko iss- -&gt; the resultative -a iss-. Study 2 examined the influence of instruction order by testing two groups of learners that were taught aspect markers in different orders. The results show that the order of instruction did not yield significant differences except in the rate of accuracy of the resultative marker -a iss- in the comprehension task.

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  73. Neural correlates of processing situational relationships between a part and the whole: An fMRI study Reviewed

    Keisuke Wakusawa, Motoaki Sugiura, Yuko Sassa, Hyeonjeong Jeong, Kaoru Horie, Shigeru Sato, Hiroyuki Yokoyama, Shigeru Tsuchiya, Ryuta Kawashima

    NEUROIMAGE   Vol. 48 ( 2 ) page: 486 - 496   2009.11

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    Daily situations involve many objects and behaviors. To comprehend the meaning of situations, the relationships between objects, behaviors, and the situational context are important. To reveal the cortical networks involved in processing these relationships we used functional magnetic resonance imaging to compare brain activation during processing of behavior-situation and object-situation relationships. Each session examined two aspects of situational relationship processing: monitoring of the situational relationship and responses to irrelevant relationships. Monitoring was analyzed by comparing cortical activation during a situational relevance judgment task with that during a physical appropriateness judgment task. Responses were analyzed by comparing neural responses to situationally irrelevant and situationally relevant components. The left medial frontal cortex, fusiform gyrus, inferior frontal gyrus, calcarine sulcus, right anterior middle temporal gyrus, orbitoinsular junction, and occipito-temporo-parietal junction were commonly activated while monitoring relationships of both types. The right anterior middle temporal gyrus and orbitoinsular junction were considered to have roles in implicit monitoring because they were more deactivated during physical judgment tasks than during the resting state; this deactivation seemed to reflect unconscious situational monitoring in the resting state. Other regions seemed to be linked to explicit conscious monitoring. Responses to irrelevance were linked to separate and category-specific cortical activation in the left medial frontal cortex and frontal pole for behavioral irrelevance and in the left orbitofrontal cortex for irrelevant objects. We demonstrated that the hierarchical structure of processing situational relationships consisted of implicit monitoring, explicit monitoring, and category-specific responses to irrelevance. (C) 2009 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

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  74. 認知類型論のアプローチ―構文機能の言語間変異 Invited

    堀江 薫

    『言語』38巻10号, 16-22. 2009. (9月)   Vol. 38 ( 10 ) page: 16-22. 2009   2009.9

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  75. Neural Activity in the Human Brain Signals Logical Rule Identification Reviewed

    Kaori Tachibana, Kyoko Suzuki, Etsuro Mori, Naoki Miura, Ryuta Kawashima, Kaoru Horie, Shigeru Sato, Jun Tanji, Hajime Mushiake

    JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY   Vol. 102 ( 3 ) page: 1526 - 1537   2009.9

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    Tachibana K, Suzuki K, Mori E, Miura N, Kawashima R, Horie K, Sato S, Tanji J, Mushiake H. Neural activity in the human brain signals logical rule identification. J Neurophysiol 102: 1526-1537, 2009. First published June 24, 2009; doi:10.1152/jn.90659.2008. To select an appropriate action, we conform to a behavioral rule determined uniquely in each behavioral context. If the rule is not predetermined and must be discovered, we often test hypotheses concerning rules by applying one candidate rule after another. The neural mechanisms underlying such rule identification are still unknown. To explore which brain areas are involved in the process of logical rule identification and to determine whether such areas differ from those taking part in implementing the rule to find a suitable action, we measured brain activation using functional magnetic resonance imaging while subjects performed a rule-identification task. The subjects were required to select a red or blue square on a screen based on either a "sequence rule" or a "probability rule." Positive or negative feedback to the subject's choice led the subject to identify the correct rule. We found that the posterior medial frontal cortex (pMFC), caudate nucleus, fusiform gyrus, and middle temporal cortex exhibited significant activation during the period when subjects underwent the hypothesis testing. Among these brain areas, the pMFC and caudate nucleus were also activated in response to the critical feedback signals selectively during the trials when the subjects identified a rule. Furthermore, we found a significant enhancement in effective connectivity between the active regions in the pMFC and caudate regions.

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  76. What Is and Is not Language-Specific about the Japanese Modal System? A Comparative and Historical Perspective Reviewed

    Tetsuharu Moriya, Kaoru Horie

    JAPANESE MODALITY: EXPLORING ITS SCOPE AND INTERPRETATION     page: 87 - 114   2009

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  77. Face-specific and domain-general characteristics of cortical responses during self-recognition Reviewed

    Motoaki Sugiura, Yuko Sassa, Hyeonjeong Jeong, Kaoru Horie, Shigeru Sato, Ryuta Kawashima

    NEUROIMAGE   Vol. 42 ( 1 ) page: 414 - 422   2008.8

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    The ability of visual self- recognition in animals and infants is considered a hallmark of the domain-general cognitive representation of the self, which also underpins higher social ability. Cortical regions activated during self-face recognition in human adults have been accordingly expected to play the domain-general role in self-processing. However, there is no evidence of the involvement of this network in non-face domains. We compared cortical responses during face and name recognition of self, a friend, and an unfamiliar person, using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). Recognition of the self-face activated the right inferior frontal, precentral, supramarginal, and bilateral ventral occipitotemporal regions, consistent with previous findings, whereas these regions did not show self-specific activation during name recognition. During both face and name recognitions, increased activation for the friend and unfamiliar person than for the self was observed in the bilateral temporoparietal regions, and higher activation for the self and friend than for the unfamiliar person was observed in the medial cortical structures. These results suggest that the role of the self-specific networks during face recognition is not domain-general, but rather face-specific, and that the medial cortical structures, which are also implicated in self-referential processes, are not relevant to self-other distinction during face or name recognition. Instead, the reduced temporoparietal activation is a domain-general characteristic of the cortical response during self- recognition, which may reflect suppression of an automatic preparatory process for social interaction, possibly paralleling the disappearance of social behavior to the mirrored self-image at the emergence of self- recognition in animals and infants. (c) 2008 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

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  78. Transparency vs. Economy. How does Adioukrou Resolve the Conflict? Reviewed

    Horie, Kaoru, Prashant Pardeshi, and Guy Kaul

    Asymmetric Events     page: 193-206   2008.5

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  79. 「間主観化 Invited

    堀江 薫

    『言語』   Vol. 37 ( 4 ) page: 36-41   2008.4

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  80. Decrease in glucose metabolism in frontal cortex associated with deterioration of microstructure of corpus callosum measured by diffusion tensor imaging in healthy elderly Reviewed

    Kentaro Inoue, Hiroshi Ito, Shinya Uchida, Yasuyuki Taki, Shigeo Kinomura, Ichiro Tsuji, Shigeru Sato, Kaoru Horie, Ryuta Kawashima, Masatoshi Ito, Hiroshi Fukuda

    HUMAN BRAIN MAPPING   Vol. 29 ( 4 ) page: 375 - 384   2008.4

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    The neural functions of signaling are carried out by the interconnection of neurons via neuronal fibers. Diffusion tensor imaging has recently become an established technique that enables the in vivo visualization of white matter (WM) fibers. Studies of normal aging have suggested the disruption of WM fiber microstructures with anterior-posterior gradient. Because neuronal activity is tightly coupled with glucose metabolism, neuronal death or a decrease in synaptic activity with aging may cause a decrease in glucose metabolism in the brain. We examined whether the disruption of callosal fiber microstructures in the healthy elderly is accompanied by changes in regional glucose metabolism (rMGlu) in the brain. Fifteen healthy volunteers in their seventies participated. Fractional anisotropies (FAs) of the genu and splenium of the corpus callosum (CC) were measured for each subject, and their correlations with rMGlu were analyzed using SPM2 software. We found a statistically significant positive correlation of rMGlu in the bilateral frontal cortices with the FA of the genu of the CC, whereas there was no correlation of the FA of the splenium of the CC and rMGlu. By voxel-based morphometry, we found no decrease in gray matter concentration associated with FA. The results indicate that neuronal activity in the frontal cortices may decrease with the disruption of the microstructures of the CC without corresponding gray matter atrophy.

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  81. 「主観化・間主観化」の観点から見た日本語・韓国語の文法現象-Elizabeth C. Traugott教授の文法化研究の新展開-

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    『言語』   Vol. 37 ( 2 ) page: 84-89   2008.2

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  82. Comprehension of implicit meanings in social situations involving irony: A functional MRI study Reviewed

    Keisuke Wakusawa, Motoaki Sugiura, Yuko Sassa, Hyeonjeong Jeong, Kaoru Horie, Shigeru Sato, Hiroyuki Yokoyama, Shigeru Tsuchiya, Kazuie Inuma, Ryuta Kawashima

    NEUROIMAGE   Vol. 37 ( 4 ) page: 1417 - 1426   2007.10

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    To understand implicit social meanings, the interaction of literal meanings and relevant information in a situational context is important. However, previous studies have not investigated such contextual interactions. Using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), we investigated cortical mechanisms underlying the processing of implicit meanings, particularly irony, in realistic social situations, focusing on contextual interactions. Healthy subjects were shown pictures depicting daily communicative situations during judgment tasks involving situational appropriateness and literal correctness. The left medial prefrontal cortex showed significantly greater activation during tasks involving situational judgments than during literal judgments. The right temporal pole was activated task-independently during irony-specific processing. The medial orbitofrontal cortex was activated task-dependently during irony processing in situational judgment tasks. These regions have been reported to be involved in theory of mind, and have not been implicated in previous studies on the linguistic processing of implicit meanings. This suggests that the intentional assessment of situational appropriateness for task execution is carried out in the left medial prefrontal cortex, whereas irony is processed in the right temporal pole by assessing situational context automatically, and is judged based on the situational context in the medial orbitofrontal cortex. Our results show that the processing of implicit meanings and irony in contextually rich situations depends on brain mechanisms involved in the "theory of mind," based on processing relevant information in a situational context, and suggest different functions in each region. (C) 2007 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

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  83. Cortical mechanism of communicative speech production Reviewed

    Yuko Sassa, Motoaki Sugiura, Hyeojeong Jeong, Kaoru Horie, Shigeru Sato, Ryuta Kawashima

    NEUROIMAGE   Vol. 37 ( 3 ) page: 985 - 992   2007.9

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    Communicative speech requires conformity not only to linguistic rules but also to behavior that is appropriate for social interaction. The existence of a special brain mechanism for such behavioral aspects of communicative speech has been suggested by studies of social impairment in autism, and it may be related to communicative vocalization in animals. We used functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) to measure cortical activation while normal subjects casually talked to an actor (communication task) or verbally described a situation (description task) while observing video clips of an action performed by a familiar or an unfamiliar actor in a typical daily situation. We assumed that the communication task differed from the description task in the involvement of behavioral aspects of communicative speech production, which may involve the processing of interaction-relevant biographical information. Significantly higher activation was observed during the communication task than during the description task in the medial prefrontal cortex (polar and dorsal parts), the bilateral anterior superior temporal sulci, and the left temporciparietal junction. The results suggest that these regions play a role in the behavioral aspects of communicative speech production, presumably in understanding of the context of the social interaction. The activation of the polar part of the medial prefrontal cortex during the communication task was greater when the actor was familiar than when the actor was unfamiliar, suggesting that this region is involved in communicative speech production with reference to biological information. The precuneus was activated during the communication task only with the familiar actor, suggesting that this region is related to access to biographical information per se. (c) 2007 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

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  84. Cross-linguistic influence on brain activation during second language processing: An fMRI study Reviewed

    Hyeonjeong Jeong, Motoaki Sugiura, Yuko Sassa, Satoru Yokoyama, Kaoru Horie, Shigeru Sato, Masato Taira, Ryuta Kawashima

    BILINGUALISM-LANGUAGE AND COGNITION   Vol. 10 ( 2 ) page: 175 - 187   2007.7

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    The goal of this study was to examine the effect of the linguistic distance between a first language (L1) and a second language (L2) on neural activity during second language relative to first language processing. We compared different L1-L2 pairs in which different linguistic features characterize linguistic distance. Chinese and Korean native speakers were instructed to perform sentence comprehension tasks in two L2s (English and Japanese) and their respective L1s. Activation while understanding English sentences relative to understanding sentences in L1 was greater for the Korean group than the Chinese group in the left inferior frontal gyrus, bilateral posterior superior temporal gyri, and right cerebellum. Activation while understanding Japanese sentences relative to understanding sentences in L1 was greater for the Chinese group than the Korean group in the anterior portion of the left superior temporal gyrus. The results demonstrated that the location of the L2-L1 processing-induced cortical activation varies between different L1-L2 pairs.

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  85. Cortical mechanism of positive self-concept: An fMRI study Reviewed

    Fukushima Ai, Sugiura Motoaki, Miura Naoki, Uchida Shinya, Sekiguchi Atsushi, Horie Kaoru, Satoh Shigeru, Kawashima Ryuta

    NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH   Vol. 58   page: S115   2007

  86. Who is to marry or to be a friend? An fMRI study of social decision-making Reviewed

    Sugiura Motoaki, Funayama Risa, Sassa Yuko, Jeong Hyeonjeong, Wakusawa Keisuke, Tachibana Yoshiyuki, Horie Kaoru, Sato Shigeru, Kawashima Ryuta

    NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH   Vol. 58   page: S64   2007

  87. What L2 Learners&apos; Processing Strategy Reveals about the Modal System in Japanese: A Cue-based Analytical Perspective Reviewed

    Mizuho Tamaji, Kaoru Horie

    PACLIC 21: THE 21ST PACIFIC ASIA CONFERENCE ON LANGUAGE, INFORMATION AND COMPUTATION, PROCEEDINGS     page: 471 - 480   2007

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    Japanese does not exhibit deontic-epistemic polysemy which is recognized among typologically different languages. Hence, in Japanese linguistics, it has been debated which of the two types of modality is more prototypical. This study brings Chinese learner&apos;s acquisition data of Japanese modality to bear on the question of which of the two types of modality is more prototypical, using the Competition Model (Bates and MacWhinney 1981). The Competition Model notion of &apos;cues&apos; as processing strategy adopted by learners reveals the continuity/discontinuity between these two modality domains.

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  88. Two distinct neural networks for semantic access during visual word recognition Reviewed

    Jeong Hyeonjeong, Sugiura Motoaki, Sassa Yuko, Miyamoto Tadao, Horie Kaoru, Sato Shigeru, Kawashima Ryuta

    NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH   Vol. 58   page: S173   2007

  89. The right temporal region contributes to the self-prospective direction of stress coping style Reviewed

    Atsushi Sekiguchi, Motoaki Sugiura, Satoru Yokoyama, Toshimune Kanbara, Naho Ikuta, Shigeru Satou, Kaoru Horie, Ryuta Kawashima

    NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH   Vol. 58   page: S232 - S232   2007

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    DOI: 10.1016/j.neures.2007.06.536

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  90. Subjectification and intersubjectification in Japanese - A comparative-typological perspective Reviewed

    Kaoru Horie

    JOURNAL OF HISTORICAL PRAGMATICS   Vol. 8 ( 2 ) page: 311 - 323   2007

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    This paper presents a "relativized" assessment of the analyses on subjectification and intersubjectification in Japanese presented in the four case studies (this issue), particularly through a comparison with Korean which shows remarkable similarity to Japanese in terms of morpho-syntactic structures and discursive practices.

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  91. Reanalysis in Japanese sentence comprehension: An fMRI study Reviewed

    Naho Ikuta, Satoru Yokoyama, Hyeonjeong Jeong, Motoaki Sugiura, Kaoru Horie, Shigeru Sato, Ryuta Kawashima

    NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH   Vol. 58   page: S174 - S174   2007

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    DOI: 10.1016/j.neures.2007.06.745

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  92. An fMRI study: Processing of item-situation relationship Reviewed

    Keisuke Wakusawa, Motoaki Sugiura, Yuko Sassa, Hyeanjeong eong, Kaoru Horie, Shigeru Sato, Hiroyuki Yokoyama, Shigeru Tsuchiya, Ryuta Kawashima

    NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH   Vol. 58   page: S233 - S233   2007

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    DOI: 10.1016/j.neures.2007.06.541

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  93. Multiple brain networks for visual self-recognition with different sensitivity for motion and body part.

    Sugiura M, Sassa Y, Jeong H, Miura N, Akitsuki Y, Horie K, Sato S, Kawashima R

    NeuroImage   Vol. 32 ( 4 ) page: 1905 - 17   2006.10

  94. Multiple brain networks for visual self-recognition with different sensitivity for motion and body part Reviewed

    Motoaki Sugiura, Yuko Sassa, Hyeon Jeong jeong, Naoki Miura, Yuko Akitsuki, Kaoru Horie, Shigeru Sato, Ryuta Kawashima

    NEUROIMAGE   Vol. 32 ( 4 ) page: 1905 - 1917   2006.10

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    Multiple brain networks may support visual self-recognition. It has been hypothesized that the left ventral occipito-temporal cortex processes one's own face as a symbol, and the right parieto-frontal network processes self-image in association with motion-action contingency. Using functional magnetic resonance imaging, we first tested these hypotheses based on the prediction that these networks preferentially respond to a static self-face and to moving one's whole body, respectively. Brain activation specifically related to self-image during familiarity judgment was compared across four stimulus conditions comprising a two factorial design: factor Motion contrasted picture (Picture) and movie (Movie), and factor Body part a face (Face) and whole body (Body). Second, we attempted to segregate self-specific networks using a principal component analysis (PCA), assuming an independent pattern of inter-subject variability in activation over the four stimulus conditions in each network. The bilateral ventral occipito-temporal and the right parietal and frontal cortices exhibited self-specific activation. The left ventral occipito-temporal cortex exhibited greater self-specific activation for Face than for Body, in Picture, consistent with the prediction for this region. The activation profiles of the right parietal and frontal cortices did not show preference for Movie Body predicted by the assumed roles of these regions. The PCA extracted two cortical networks, one with its peaks in the right posterior, and another in frontal cortices; their possible roles in visuo-spatial and conceptual self-representations, respectively, were suggested by previous findings. The results thus supported and provided evidence of multiple brain networks for visual self-recognition. (c) 2006 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

    DOI: 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2006.05.026

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  95. Cortical mechanisms involved in the processing of verbs: An fMRI study Reviewed

    Satoru Yokoyama, Tadao Miyamoto, Jorge Riera, Jungho Kim, Yuko Akitsuki, Kazuki Iwata, Kei Yoshimoto, Kaoru Horie, Shigeru Sato, Ryuta Kawashima

    JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE   Vol. 18 ( 8 ) page: 1304 - 1313   2006.8

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    In this study, we investigated two aspects of verb processing: first, whether verbs are processed differently from nouns; and second, how verbal morphology is processed. For this purpose, we used functional magnetic resonance imaging to compare three types of lexical processing in Japanese: the processing of nouns, unmarked active verbs, and inflected passive verbs. Twenty-eight healthy subjects were shown a lexical item and asked to judge whether the presented item was a legal word. Although all three conditions activated the bilateral inferior frontal, occipital, the left middle, and inferior temporal cortices, we found differences in the degree of activation for each condition. Verbs elicited greater activation in the left middle temporal gyrus than nouns, and inflected verbs showed greater activation in the left inferior frontal gyrus than unmarked verbs. This study demonstrates that although verbs are basically processed in the same cortical network as nouns, nouns and verbs elicit different degrees of activation due to the cognitive demands involved in lexical semantic processing. Furthermore, this study also shows that the left inferior frontal cortex is related to the processing of verbal inflectional morphology.

    DOI: 10.1162/jocn.2006.18.8.1304

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  96. Cortical mechanisms for risk perception Reviewed

    Sugiura Motoaki, Sekiguchi Atsushi, Wakusawa Keisuke, Sassa Yuko, Jeong Hyeorong, Horie Kaoru, Sato Shigeru, Kawashima Ryuta

    NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH   Vol. 55   page: S132   2006

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  97. Cortical mechanisms of memory transfer between learning and retrieval modes in foreign language word learning Reviewed

    jeong Hyeon Jeong, Sugiura Motoaki, Sassa Yuko, Wakusawa Keisuke, Horie Kaoru, Sato Shigeru, Kawashima Ryuta

    NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH   Vol. 55   page: S197   2006

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  98. An fMRI study: Comprehension of irony and metaphor Reviewed

    Wakusawa Keisuke, Sugiura Motoaki, Sassa Yuko, Jeong Hyeonjeong, Horie Kaoru, Sato Shigeru, Yokoyama Hiroyuki, Inuma Kazuie, Kawashima Ryata

    NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH   Vol. 55   page: S263   2006

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  99. The change of brain activation with increase of stimulus presentation rate during the paced visually serial addition test Reviewed

    Shinya Uchida, Jobu Watanabe, Motoaki Sugiura, Naoki Miura, Kazuki Iwata, Shigeo Kinomura, Kazunori Sato, Kaoru Horie, Shigeru Sato, Hiroshi Fukuda, Ryuta Kawashima

    FUTURE MEDICAL ENGINEERING BASED ON BIONANOTECHNOLOGY, PROCEEDINGS     page: 837 - +   2006

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    Paced Serial Addition Test (PSAT) was used as one of the neuropsychological assessment tools. In the PSAT, stimulus presentation rate was varied under several conditions, and known that the number of correct responses decreases with the increase in stimulus presentation rate. In the present study, we examined brain activation correlated with the change in stimulus presentation rate during the Paced Visual Serial Addition Test (PVSAT) by functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). The Simple Addition Test (SAT) was used as a control task. The results showed significantly greater activations in the right dorsolateral prefrontal cortex, bilateral dorsal premotor cortex, bilateral precentral gyrus, supplementary motor area, left inferior parietal lobule, right superior parietal lobule, bilateral precuneus, right anterior cingulate gyros, left caudate nucleus, and the bilateral cerebellum during the PVSAT than during the SAT, independent of the change in stimulus presentation rate. These areas are considered to be related working memory or the attention process during the PVSAT. Among these regions, the right dorsolateral prefrontal cortex, left premotor cortex and the left precuneus showed positively correlated activation with the increase in stimulus presentation rate during the PVSAT, but not during the SAT. These three areas may consist of brain network(s) involved in updating or manipulating information in working memory.

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  100. Brain networks for communicative speech production: Feeling inference and speech content production Reviewed

    Sassa Yuko, Sugiura Motoaki, Jeong Hyeonjeong, Wakusawa Keisuke, Horie Kaoru, Sato Shigeru, Kawashima Ryuta

    NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH   Vol. 55   page: S262   2006

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  101. Mechanisms for processing of intellectual excitement Reviewed

    Fukushima Ai, Miura Naoki, Uchida Shinya, Sugiura Motoaki, Horie Kaoru, Sato Shigeru, Kawashima Ryuta

    NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH   Vol. 55   page: S196   2006

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  102. Reconstructing temporal structures in Korean texts: A contrastive study with Japanese Reviewed

    M Wako, K Horie, S Sato

    JAPANESE/KOREAN LINGUSITICS, VOL 11     page: 203 - 216   2003

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  103. Grammaticalization and semantic typology: Time-relationship adverbs in Japanese, Korean, English and German Reviewed

    Tetsuharu Moriya, Kaoru Horie

    PACLIC 16: Language, Information, and Computation, Proceedings     page: 348 - 357   2002

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    This paper discusses constraints on grammaticalization, a primarily diachronic process through which lexical elements take on grammatical functions. In particular, it win argue that two constraints on this process, namely Persistence and Layering, explain the different distributional patterns of time-relationship adverbs in Japanese, Korean, English and German. Furthermore, it will suggest that the distributional difference between Japanese and Korean time-relationship. adverbs is not an isolated phenomenon but is a reflection of the overall semantic typological differences between the two languages in the sense of Hawkins (1986).

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  104. Advanced glycation and lipidoxidation of the peritoneal membrane: Respective roles of serum and peritoneal fluid reactive carbonyl compounds

    Miyata T, Horie K, Yeda Y, Fujita Y, Izuhara Y, Hirano H, Uchida K, Saito A, De Strihou CV, Kurokawa K

    KIDNEY INTERNATIONAL   Vol. 58 ( 1 ) page: 425 - 435   2000.7

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  105. Advanced glycation and lipidoxidation of the peritoneal membrane: Respective roles of serum and peritoneal fluid reactive carbonyl compounds

    Miyata T.

    Kidney International   Vol. 58 ( 1 ) page: 425 - 435   2000

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    DOI: 10.1046/j.1523-1755.2000.00182.x

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  106. Advanced glycation end products co-localized with astrocytes and microglial cells in Alzheimer's disease brain

    Takeda A.

    Acta Neuropathologica   Vol. 95 ( 6 ) page: 555 - 558   1998.6

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    DOI: 10.1007/s004010050839

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  107. Advanced glycation end products co-localized with astrocytes and microglial cells in Alzheimer's disease brain

    Takeda A, Yasuda T, Miyata T, Goto Y, Wakai M, Watanabe M, Yasuda Y, Horie K, Inagaki T, Doyu M, Maeda K, Sobue G

    ACTA NEUROPATHOLOGICA   Vol. 95 ( 6 ) page: 555 - 558   1998.6

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  108. Carbonyl stress in uremia: Implication in vascular tissue damage.

    Asahi K, Miyata T, Suzuki D, Yasuda Y, Horie K, Sakai H, Watanabe T, Kurokawa K

    JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF NEPHROLOGY   Vol. 8   page: A1047 - A1047   1997.9

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  109. Clinical results of cultured epithelial cell grafting in the oral and maxillofacial region

    Tsai CY, Ueda M, Hata K, Horie K, Hibino Y, Sugimura Y, Toriyama K, Torii S

    JOURNAL OF CRANIO-MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY   Vol. 25 ( 1 ) page: 4 - 8   1997.2

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  110. Advanced Glycation End Products Enhance Osteoclast-Induced Bone Resorption in Cultured Mouse Unfractionated Bone Cells and in Rats Implanted Subcutaneously with Devitalized Bone Particles

    Miyata T.

    Journal of the American Society of Nephrology   Vol. 8 ( 2 ) page: 260 - 270   1997.2

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  111. Advanced glycation end products enhance osteoclast-induced bone resorption in cultured mouse unfractionated bone cells and in rats implanted subcutaneously with devitalized bone particles

    Miyata T, Notoya K, Yoshida K, Horie K, Maeda K, Kurokawa K, Taketomi S

    JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF NEPHROLOGY   Vol. 8 ( 2 ) page: 260 - 270   1997.2

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  112. Clinical results of cultured epithelial cell grafting in the oral and maxillofacial region

    Tsai C.Y.

    Journal of Cranio-Maxillo-Facial Surgery   Vol. 25 ( 1 ) page: 4 - 8   1997

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    DOI: 10.1016/S1010-5182(97)80017-0

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  1. Linguistic Typology Reviewed

    Horie, Kaoru, Kimi Akita, and Hiroaki Kitano( Role: Joint author)

    Kaitakusha publishers  2021.10  ( ISBN:ISBN978-4-7589-1412-3

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  2. Studies in Japanese Complex Sentence Constructions

    Masuoka, Takashi, Kaoru Horie et al.( Role: Joint author)

    Hituzi publishers  2014.3 

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    This is the collected volume of cutting-edge research papers on various aspects of Japanese complex sentence constructions.

  3. 『言語のタイポロジー-認知類型論のアプローチ-』

    堀江薫・パルデシ・プラシャント( Role: Joint author)

    研究社  2009.10 

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  4. Cognitive-Functional Linguistics in an East Asian Context

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    Kurosio publishers  2001.5 

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  5. Complementation: Cognitive and Functional Perspectives. (Converging Evidence in Language and Communication Research Series 1)

    Horie,Kaoru( Role: Sole author)

    John Benjamins  2000.4 

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  6. New Trends in Contrastive Linguistics

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    Hituzi publishers  2004.3 

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  7. The Science of Language, Brain, and Cognition and the Acquisition of Foreign Languages

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    Hituzi publishers  2009.12 

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  8. Studies in Language Sciences 9

    Arita, Setsuko, Hirakawa Makiko, Inagaki Shunji, Horie Kaoru, Eric Hauser, Tsubakida Jessica, Shirai Yasuhiro( Role: Joint author)

    2010.6 

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  9. 動的語用論の構築へ向けて

    田中 廣明, 秦 かおり, 吉田 悦子, 山口 征孝, 堀江 薫, 木本 幸憲, 遠藤 智子, 山田 仁子, 小松原 哲太, 伝 康晴, 早野 薫, 椎名 美智, 滝浦 真人, 片岡 邦好

    開拓社  2021  ( ISBN:9784758913775

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  10. 言語類型論

    堀江 薫, 秋田 喜美, 北野 浩章

    開拓社  2021  ( ISBN:9784758914123

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  11. 意味論・語用論と言語学諸分野とのインターフェイス

    米倉 よう子, 大橋 浩, 朱 冰, 堀江 薫, 町田 章, 深田 智, 佐々木 真, 木山 直毅

    開拓社  2021  ( ISBN:9784758913591

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  12. レキシコンの現代理論とその応用

    岸本 秀樹, Toratani Kiyoko, 田川 拓海, 窪薗 晴夫, 中谷 健太郎, 志田 祥子, 野中 大輔, 萩澤 大輝, 小野 尚之, 堀江 薫

    くろしお出版  2019  ( ISBN:9784874248188

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  13. 認知言語学論考 = Studies in cognitive linguistics

    山梨 正明, 貝森 有祐, 阪口 慧, 眞田 敬介, 高橋 暦, 堀江 薫, 中野 研一郎, 有薗 智美, 大澤(伊藤) 理英, 寺崎 知之, 堀内 ふみ野, 坪井 栄治郎

    ひつじ書房  2018  ( ISBN:9784894768956

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  14. 日本語と世界の言語の名詞修飾表現 = Noun-modifying expressions in Japanese and languages of the world

    Pardeshi Prashant, 堀江 薫

    ひつじ書房  2020  ( ISBN:9784823410369

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  15. 認知言語学大事典

    辻 幸夫, 楠見 孝, 菅井 三実, 野村 益寛, 堀江 薫, 吉村 公宏

    朝倉書店  2019  ( ISBN:9784254510584

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  16. 認知語用論 (認知日本語学講座第5巻)

    小山 哲春, 甲田 直美, 山本 雅子, 山梨 正明, 吉村 公宏, 堀江 薫, 籾山 洋介( Role: Joint editor)

    くろしお出版  2016.9  ( ISBN:9784874247082

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  17. 語用論研究法ガイドブック = A guidebook for research in pragmatics

    加藤 重広, 滝浦 真人, 澤田 淳, 椎名 美智, 堀江 薫, 松井 智子, 清水 崇文, 熊谷 智子, 木山 幸子

    ひつじ書房  2016  ( ISBN:9784894768352

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  18. 日本語複文構文の研究

    益岡 隆志, 大島 資生, 橋本 修, 堀江 薫, 前田 直子, 丸山 岳彦( Role: Joint editor)

    ひつじ書房  2014.2  ( ISBN:4894766752

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  19. 解放的語用論への挑戦 : 文化・インターアクション・言語

    井出 祥子, 藤井 洋子, 堀江 薫, 金 明姫, 植野 貴志子, 片岡 邦好, 片桐 恭弘

    くろしお出版  2014  ( ISBN:9784874246207

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  20. 認知音韻・形態論 (認知日本語学講座第2巻)

    李 在鎬, 村尾 治彦, 淺尾 仁彦, 奥垣内 健, 山梨 正明, 吉村 公宏, 堀江 薫, 籾山 洋介( Role: Joint editor)

    くろしお出版  2013.11  ( ISBN:4874246125

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  21. 認知歴史言語学 (認知日本語学講座第7巻)

    金杉 高雄, 岡 智之, 米倉 よう子, 山梨 正明, 吉村 公宏, 堀江 薫, 籾山 洋介( Role: Joint editor)

    くろしお出版  2013.4  ( ISBN:4874245870

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  22. 認知日本語学講座

    山梨 正明, 吉村 公宏, 堀江 薫, 籾山 洋介

    くろしお出版  2013 

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  23. 歴史語用論入門 : 過去のコミュニケーションを復元する

    高田 博行, 椎名 美智, 小野寺 典子, Taavitsainen Irma, 中安 美奈子, Traugott Elizabeth Closs, 福元 広二, 秋元 実治, Jucker Andreas H, 東泉 裕子, 金水 敏, 森山 由紀子, 鈴木 亮子, 堀江 薫, 金 廷珉

    大修館書店  2011  ( ISBN:9784469213317

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  24. 言語のタイポロジー 認知類型論のアプローチ (講座:認知言語学のフロンティア 第5巻) (講座 認知言語学のフロンティア)

    堀江 薫, プラシャント・パルデシ, 山梨 正明( Role: Joint author)

    研究社  2009.10  ( ISBN:4327237051

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  25. 東南アジア・豪州・アフリカの少数民族言語の文法記述と言語変容の研究 : 言語調査と理論言語学・社会言語学の統合を目指して

    北野 浩章, 角田 太作, 堀江 薫

    [出版者不明]  2007 

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  26. 言語接触が語彙・文法構造に与える影響に関する言語類型論的研究 : 日・韓・越語の対照

    堀江 薫, 村上 雄太郎

    [堀江薫]  2006 

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  27. 対照言語学の新展開 (ひつじ研究叢書 言語編)

    佐藤 滋, 堀江 薫, 中村 渉, 佐藤 滋, 堀江 薫, 中村 渉( Role: Joint editor)

    ひつじ書房  2004.7  ( ISBN:489476217X

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  28. 構文と動詞の意味融合 : 日英語対照による認知類型論的アプローチ

    小野 尚之, 堀江 薫

    [小野尚之]  2004 

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  29. 日韓語の談話モダリティ形式の機能類型論的研究 : 日韓語と英独語との対照を中心に

    堀江 薫

    [堀江薫]  2003 

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  30. Studies in language sciences

    白井 恭弘, 言語科学会, 小林 春美, Miyata Susanne, Nakamura Keiko, 小椋 たみ子, 白井 英俊, 南 雅彦, 中山 峰治, 森川 尋美, Nakamura Kei, 有田 節子, 平川 眞規子, Inagaki Shunji, Oshima-Takane Yuriko, 寺尾 康, Hirakawa Yahiro, Tsubakita Jessika, Butler Yuko Goto, 堀江 薫, Hauser Eric, Mazuka Reiko, 鈴木 孝明, 鈴木 渉(英語教育)

    Kurosio  2002  ( ISBN:9784874242452

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    白井 恭弘, 言語科学会, 小林 春美, Miyata Susanne, Nakamura Keiko, 小椋 たみ子, 白井 英俊, 南 雅彦, 中山 峰治, 森川 尋美, Nakamura Kei, 有田 節子, 平川 眞規子, Inagaki Shunji, Oshima-Takane Yuriko, 寺尾 康, Hirakawa Yahiro, Tsubakita Jessika, Butler Yuko Goto, 堀江 薫, Hauser Eric, Mazuka Reiko, 鈴木 孝明, 鈴木 渉

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  32. Complementation : cognitive and functional perspectives

    堀江 薫, International Cognitive Linguistics Conference

    John Benjamins Pub. Co.  2000  ( ISBN:9027238863

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  33. Studies in language sciences 10

    白井 恭弘, 言語科学会, 小林 春美, Miyata Susanne, Nakamura Keiko, 小椋 たみ子, 白井 英俊, 南 雅彦, 中山 峰治, 森川 尋美, Nakamura Kei, 有田 節子, 平川 眞規子, Inagaki Shunji, Oshima-Takane Yuriko, 寺尾 康, Hirakawa Yahiro, Tsubakita Jessika, Butler Yuko Goto, 堀江 薫, Hauser Eric, Mazuka Reiko, 鈴木 孝明, 鈴木 渉

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    白井 恭弘, 言語科学会, 小林 春美, Miyata Susanne, Nakamura Keiko, 小椋 たみ子, 白井 英俊, 南 雅彦, 中山 峰治, 森川 尋美, Nakamura Kei, 有田 節子, 平川 眞規子, Inagaki Shunji, Oshima-Takane Yuriko, 寺尾 康, Hirakawa Yahiro, Tsubakita Jessika, Butler Yuko Goto, 堀江 薫, Hauser Eric, Mazuka Reiko, 鈴木 孝明, 鈴木 渉

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    白井 恭弘, 言語科学会, 小林 春美, Miyata Susanne, Nakamura Keiko, 小椋 たみ子, 白井 英俊, 南 雅彦, 中山 峰治, 森川 尋美, Nakamura Kei, 有田 節子, 平川 眞規子, Inagaki Shunji, Oshima-Takane Yuriko, 寺尾 康, Hirakawa Yahiro, Tsubakita Jessika, Butler Yuko Goto, 堀江 薫, Hauser Eric, Mazuka Reiko, 鈴木 孝明, 鈴木 渉

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    白井 恭弘, 言語科学会, 小林 春美, Miyata Susanne, Nakamura Keiko, 小椋 たみ子, 白井 英俊, 南 雅彦, 中山 峰治, 森川 尋美, Nakamura Kei, 有田 節子, 平川 眞規子, Inagaki Shunji, Oshima-Takane Yuriko, 寺尾 康, Hirakawa Yahiro, Tsubakita Jessika, Butler Yuko Goto, 堀江 薫, Hauser Eric, Mazuka Reiko, 鈴木 孝明, 鈴木 渉

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    白井 恭弘, 言語科学会, 小林 春美, Miyata Susanne, Nakamura Keiko, 小椋 たみ子, 白井 英俊, 南 雅彦, 中山 峰治, 森川 尋美, Nakamura Kei, 有田 節子, 平川 眞規子, Inagaki Shunji, Oshima-Takane Yuriko, 寺尾 康, Hirakawa Yahiro, Tsubakita Jessika, Butler Yuko Goto, 堀江 薫, Hauser Eric, Mazuka Reiko, 鈴木 孝明, 鈴木 渉

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    白井 恭弘, 言語科学会, 小林 春美, Miyata Susanne, Nakamura Keiko, 小椋 たみ子, 白井 英俊, 南 雅彦, 中山 峰治, 森川 尋美, Nakamura Kei, 有田 節子, 平川 眞規子, Inagaki Shunji, Oshima-Takane Yuriko, 寺尾 康, Hirakawa Yahiro, Tsubakita Jessika, Butler Yuko Goto, 堀江 薫, Hauser Eric, Mazuka Reiko, 鈴木 孝明, 鈴木 渉

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    白井 恭弘, 言語科学会, 小林 春美, Miyata Susanne, Nakamura Keiko, 小椋 たみ子, 白井 英俊, 南 雅彦, 中山 峰治, 森川 尋美, Nakamura Kei, 有田 節子, 平川 眞規子, Inagaki Shunji, Oshima-Takane Yuriko, 寺尾 康, Hirakawa Yahiro, Tsubakita Jessika, Butler Yuko Goto, 堀江 薫, Hauser Eric, Mazuka Reiko, 鈴木 孝明, 鈴木 渉

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    白井 恭弘, 言語科学会, 小林 春美, Miyata Susanne, Nakamura Keiko, 小椋 たみ子, 白井 英俊, 南 雅彦, 中山 峰治, 森川 尋美, Nakamura Kei, 有田 節子, 平川 眞規子, Inagaki Shunji, Oshima-Takane Yuriko, 寺尾 康, Hirakawa Yahiro, Tsubakita Jessika, Butler Yuko Goto, 堀江 薫, Hauser Eric, Mazuka Reiko, 鈴木 孝明, 鈴木 渉

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  41. Studies in language sciences 16&17

    白井 恭弘, 言語科学会, 小林 春美, Miyata Susanne, Nakamura Keiko, 小椋 たみ子, 白井 英俊, 南 雅彦, 中山 峰治, 森川 尋美, Nakamura Kei, 有田 節子, 平川 眞規子, Inagaki Shunji, Oshima-Takane Yuriko, 寺尾 康, Hirakawa Yahiro, Tsubakita Jessika, Butler Yuko Goto, 堀江 薫, Hauser Eric, Mazuka Reiko, 鈴木 孝明, 鈴木 渉

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  42. Studies in language sciences 15

    白井 恭弘, 言語科学会, 小林 春美, Miyata Susanne, Nakamura Keiko, 小椋 たみ子, 白井 英俊, 南 雅彦, 中山 峰治, 森川 尋美, Nakamura Kei, 有田 節子, 平川 眞規子, Inagaki Shunji, Oshima-Takane Yuriko, 寺尾 康, Hirakawa Yahiro, Tsubakita Jessika, Butler Yuko Goto, 堀江 薫, Hauser Eric, Mazuka Reiko, 鈴木 孝明, 鈴木 渉

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  43. Studies in language sciences 14

    白井 恭弘, 言語科学会, 小林 春美, Miyata Susanne, Nakamura Keiko, 小椋 たみ子, 白井 英俊, 南 雅彦, 中山 峰治, 森川 尋美, Nakamura Kei, 有田 節子, 平川 眞規子, Inagaki Shunji, Oshima-Takane Yuriko, 寺尾 康, Hirakawa Yahiro, Tsubakita Jessika, Butler Yuko Goto, 堀江 薫, Hauser Eric, Mazuka Reiko, 鈴木 孝明, 鈴木 渉

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    白井 恭弘, 言語科学会, 小林 春美, Miyata Susanne, Nakamura Keiko, 小椋 たみ子, 白井 英俊, 南 雅彦, 中山 峰治, 森川 尋美, Nakamura Kei, 有田 節子, 平川 眞規子, Inagaki Shunji, Oshima-Takane Yuriko, 寺尾 康, Hirakawa Yahiro, Tsubakita Jessika, Butler Yuko Goto, 堀江 薫, Hauser Eric, Mazuka Reiko, 鈴木 孝明, 鈴木 渉

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  45. Studies in language sciences 12

    白井 恭弘, 言語科学会, 小林 春美, Miyata Susanne, Nakamura Keiko, 小椋 たみ子, 白井 英俊, 南 雅彦, 中山 峰治, 森川 尋美, Nakamura Kei, 有田 節子, 平川 眞規子, Inagaki Shunji, Oshima-Takane Yuriko, 寺尾 康, Hirakawa Yahiro, Tsubakita Jessika, Butler Yuko Goto, 堀江 薫, Hauser Eric, Mazuka Reiko, 鈴木 孝明, 鈴木 渉

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    白井 恭弘, 言語科学会, 小林 春美, Miyata Susanne, Nakamura Keiko, 小椋 たみ子, 白井 英俊, 南 雅彦, 中山 峰治, 森川 尋美, Nakamura Kei, 有田 節子, 平川 眞規子, Inagaki Shunji, Oshima-Takane Yuriko, 寺尾 康, Hirakawa Yahiro, Tsubakita Jessika, Butler Yuko Goto, 堀江 薫, Hauser Eric, Mazuka Reiko, 鈴木 孝明, 鈴木 渉

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  1. 英語での研究論文執筆 : 糸口としての英文アブストラクト作成のすすめ (特集 ことば研究の道具2013) -- (論文執筆のための道具)

    堀江 薫

    日本語学   Vol. 32 ( 14 ) page: 206 - 215   2013.11

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  2. A Study of the Relationship between Deontic Modality and Epistemic Modality in Japanese based on the Data of Second Language Acquisition

    HORIE Kaoru, TAMAJI Mizuho

    言語文化論集   Vol. 35 ( 1 ) page: 155 - 169   2013

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  3. 韓国語の文末名詞化構文の意味拡張の可能性―日本語の文末名詞化構文との対照を通して―

    呉守鎮, 堀江薫

    言語処理学会年次大会発表論文集(Web)   Vol. 19th   page: P1-7 (WEB ONLY)   2013

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  4. A Contrastive Study of Politeness in Conscious Action Request by e-mail

    和田 由里恵, 堀江 薫, 吉本 啓

    東北大学高等教育開発推進センター紀要   ( 8 ) page: 49 - 61   2013

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  5. 言語類型論 (特集 言語研究の新たな展開) -- (文法論・意味論)

    堀江 薫

    日本語学   Vol. 30 ( 14 ) page: 76 - 85   2011.11

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  6. The acquisition of request expressions in the interlanguage of Japanese learners : A case study of L1 transfer in native speakers of Chinese and Korean

    和田 由里恵, 堀江 薫, 吉本 啓

    東北大学高等教育開発推進センター紀要   Vol. 5   page: 171 - 177   2010.3

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  7. 認知類型論のアプローチ--構文機能の言語間変異 (特集 「実践」認知言語学--広がる射程と新たな知見)

    堀江 薫

    言語   Vol. 38 ( 10 ) page: 46 - 52   2009.10

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  8. Extraction of Situational Meaning by Integrating Multiple Meanings in a Complex Environment: A Functional MRI Study

    Motoaki Sugiura, Keisuke Wakusawa, Atsushi Sekiguchi, Yuko Sassa, Hyeonjeong Jeong, Kaoru Horie, Shigeru Sato, Ryuta Kawashima

    HUMAN BRAIN MAPPING   Vol. 30 ( 8 ) page: 2676 - 2688   2009.8

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    Humans extract behaviorally significant meaning from a situation by integrating meanings from multiple components of a complex daily environment. To determine the neural underpinnings of this ability, the authors performed functional magnetic resonance imaging of healthy subjects while the latter viewed naturalistic scenes of two people and an object, including a threatening situation of a person being attacked by an offender with an object. The authors Used a two-factorial design: the object was either aversive or nonaversive, and the offender&apos;s action was either directed to the person or elsewhere. This allowed the authors to examine the neural response to object aversiveness and person-directed intention separately. A task Unrelated to threat was also Used to address incidental (i.e., subconscious or unintentional) detection. Assuming individual difference,, in incidental threat detection, the authors used a functional connectivity analysis using principal components analysis of intersubject variability. The left lateral orbitofrontal cortex and medial prefrontal cortex (MPFC) were specifically activated in response to a threatening situation. The threat-related component of intersubject variability was extracted from these data and showed a significant correlation with personality scores. There was also a correlation between threat-related intersubject variability and activation for object aversiveness in the left temporal pole and lateral orbitofrontal cortex; person-directed intention in the left superior frontal gyrus; threatening situations in the left MPFC; and independently for both factors in the right MPFC, Results demonstrate independent processing of object aversiveness and person-directed intention in the left temporal-orbitofrontal and superior frontal networks, respectively, and their integration into situational meaning in the MPFC. Hum Brain Mapp 30:2676-2688, 2009. (C) 2008 Wiley-Liss, Inc.

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  9. Neural basis of sentence processing in which incoming words form a sentence

    Naho Ikuta, Motoaki Sugiura, Kentaro Inoue, Shigeru Sato, Kaoru Horie, Ryuta Kawashima

    NEUROREPORT   Vol. 20 ( 5 ) page: 531 - 535   2009.3

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    This study examined the neural basis underlying the sequential involvement of sentence processing and determined the point at which the processing cost for an object-initial sentence was observed. We presented each phrase in a Japanese object-initial sentence to Japanese participants one by one using an event-related functional MRI technique and compared with our previous subject-initial experiment. We found that the left lingual gyrus was activated upon presentation of the first noun phrases, and the left inferior frontal gyrus upon presentation of the second noun phrases. The processing cost for an object-initial sentence was observed during verb recognition. Our results suggest that the syntactic complexity of an object-initial sentence is processed by the human brain upon verb recognition. NeuroReport 20:531-535 (C) 2009 Wolters Kluwer Health vertical bar Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

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  10. Scrambling effects on the processing of Japanese sentences: An fMRI study

    Jungho Kim, Masatoshi Koizumi, Naho Ikuta, Yulchiro Fukumitsu, Naoki Kimura, Kazuki Iwata, Jobu Watanabe, Satoru Yokoyama, Shigeru Sato, Kaoru Horie, Ryuta Kawashima

    JOURNAL OF NEUROLINGUISTICS   Vol. 22 ( 2 ) page: 151 - 166   2009.3

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    The present study aims to confirm the cortical correlates of scrambling effects, a free word order phenomenon that has been observed in a variety of cross-linguistic investigations but whose mechanism still remains unclarified. Many syntax-oriented hypotheses on scrambling have been provided to develop the structural basis of the free word order permutation in Japanese, leading to the most recent phrasal architecture, in which the object noun phrase of a transitive sentence "moves" to a higher position than the subject to form an asymmetric structure including antecedent-gap relationships. Such a configurational structure formed by scrambling operation predicts that the scrambled sentences have a more complex structure than canonical sentences, and that the former requires a greater burden on cognitive processes in related areas within the brain. Based on this general assumption, we employed an experimental method of whole-sentence presentation of Japanese transitive sentences, for both canonical transitive sentences (Subject-Object-Verb) and their scrambled counterparts (Object-Subject-Verb). The result showed more activation at the left inferior frontal gyrus (IFG) and the left dorsal prefrontal cortex (DPFC) during the comprehension of scrambled sentences than that of canonical sentences. This indicates, in accordance with previous findings on scrambling from neurolinguistic perspectives, that the scrambling in Japanese is indeed one of the grammatical operations and that the parsing strategy for the asymmetric antecedent-gap relationship demands an additional cognitive activation in the brain. (C) 2008 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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  11. An applied linguistic study of effective teaching method in university-level Japanese classes: a case study of the projection model applied to the teaching of a Japanese case particle 'De'

    秋葉 多佳子, 吉本 啓, 堀江 薫

    CAHE journal of higher education, Tohoku University   ( 4 ) page: 199 - 203   2009

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  12. A functional typological study of causative constructions in Koeran and Japanese: from verb-based grammar to noun-based grammar by Chung Sung-Yeo

    堀江 薫

    Journal of Japanese grammar   Vol. 8 ( 2 ) page: 215 - 222   2008.9

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  13. 間主観化 (特集 言語学最新キーワード12--最前線からの眺望)

    堀江 薫

    言語   Vol. 37 ( 5 ) page: 36 - 41   2008.5

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  14. 「主観化・間主観化」の観点から見た日本語・韓国語の文法現象--Elizabeth C. Traugott教授の文法化研究の新展開

    堀江 薫, 金 廷[ビン

    言語   Vol. 37 ( 2 ) page: 84 - 89   2008.2

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  15. Politeness strategy in requests by learners of Japanese as a second language: contrastive study between their mother tongues and Japanese

    和田 由里恵, 堀江 薫, 北原 良夫, 吉本 啓

    CAHE journal of higher education, Tohoku University   ( 3 ) page: 293 - 300   2008

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  16. Cortical networks sensitive to the difference in motion and appearance of humanoid robot and human: an fMRI study. Reviewed

    Miura N, Sugiura M, Takahashi M, Sassa Y, Moridaira T, Miyamoto A, Kuroki Y, Sato S, Horie K, Nakamura K, Kawashima R

    13th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping     2007.6

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  17. Cortical mechanism of ideal self _ an fMRI study Reviewed

    Fukushima A, Miura N, Uchida S, Sugiura M, Horie K, Sato S, Kawashima R

    13th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping     2007.6

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  18. Effect of syntactic similarity on cortical activation during second language processing: A comparison of English and Japanese among native Korean trilinguals

    Hyeonjeong Jeong, Motoaki Sugiura, Yuko Sassa, Tomoki Haji, Nobuo Usui, Masato Taira, Kaoru Horie, Shigeru Sato, Ryuta Kawashima

    HUMAN BRAIN MAPPING   Vol. 28 ( 3 ) page: 194 - 204   2007.3

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    In this study of native Korean trilinguals we examined the effect of syntactic similarity between first (L1) and second (L2) languages on cortical activation during the processing of Japanese and English, which are, respectively, very similar to and different from Korean. Subjects had equivalent proficiency in Japanese and English. They performed auditory sentence comprehension tasks in Korean, Japanese, and English during functional MRI (fMRI). The bilateral superior temporal cortex was activated during the comprehension of three languages. The pars triangularis of the left inferior frontal gyrus (IFG) was additionally activated for L2 processing. Furthermore, the right cerebellum, the pars opercularis of the left IFG, and the posteriomedial part of the superior frontal gyrus were activated during the English tasks only. We observed significantly greater activation in the pars opercularis of the left IFG, the right cerebellum, and the right superior temporal cortex during the English than Japanese task; activation in these regions did not differ significantly between Korean and Japanese. Differential activation of the pars opercularis of the left IFG and the right cerebellum likely reflects syntactic distance and differential activation in the right superior temporal cortex may reflect the prosodic distance between English from Korean and Japanese. Furthermore, in the pars oparcularis of the left IFG and the right cerebellum, significant negative correlation between the activation and duration of exposure was observed for English, but not for Japanese. Our research supports the notion that linguistic similarity between L1 and L2 affects the cortical processing of second language.

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  19. 言語学名著再読(15)グリーンバーグ『言語の普遍法則』

    堀江 薫, 森本 智

    言語   Vol. 36 ( 3 ) page: 100 - 105   2007.3

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  20. Cortical Mechanisms of Segmentation in Japanese Auditory Sentence Comprehension.

    Oshima, H, H. Jeong, M. Sugiura, T. Miyamoto, Y. Sassa, K. Wakusawa, K. Horie, S. Sato, R. Kawashima

    NeuroImage: The 13th Annual Meeting of the Organizaion of Human Brain Mapping, June 10-14. Chicago.   Vol. 36 ( Supplement 1 ) page: 104 M-PM-   2007

  21. Is Broca's area involved in the processing of passive sentences? An event-related fMRI study

    Satoru Yokoyama, Jobu Watanabe, Kazuki Iwata, Naho Ikuta, Tomoki Haji, Nobuo Usui, Masato Taira, Tadao Miyamoto, Wataru Nakamura, Shigeru Sato, Kaoru Horie, Ryuta Kawashima

    NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA   Vol. 45 ( 5 ) page: 989 - 996   2007

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    We used functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) to investigate whether activation in Broca's area is greater during the processing of passive versus active sentences in the brains of healthy subjects. Twenty Japanese native speakers performed a visual sentence comprehension task in which they were asked to read a visually presented sentence and to identify the agent or the patient in the sentence by pressing a button. We found that the processing of passive sentences elicited no greater activation than that of active sentences in Broca's area. However, passive sentences elicited greater activation than active sentences in the left frontal operculum and the inferior parietal lobule. Thus, our neuroimaging results suggest that deficits in the comprehension of passive sentences in Japanese aphasics are induced not by lesions to Broca's area, but to the left frontal operculum and/or the inferior parietal lobule. (c) 2006 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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  22. A longitudinal fMRI study of neural plasticity in the second language lexical processing.

    Satoru Yokoyama, Jungho Kim, Shinya Uchida, Hideyuki Okamoto, Chen Bai, Noriaki Yusa, Tadao Miyamoto, Kei Yoshimoto, Kaoru Horie, Shigeru Sato, Ryuta Kawashima

    The 30th Meeting of the Japan Neuroscience Society, Yokohama, September 10-12     page: P2-h31   2007

  23. fMRI evidence for distinct neural mechanisms between the lexical and sentence processing: the case of the processing of passives.

    Yokoyama, S, K. Yoshimoto, T. Miyamoto, K. Horie, S. Sato, R. Kawashima

    NeuroImage: The 13th Annual Meeting of the Organizaion of Human Brain Mapping, June 10-14. Chicago.   Vol. 36 ( Supplement 1 ) page: 124 M-PM-   2007

  24. Where Japanese contrasts with Korean and mandarin Chinese: intersubjectivity, modality and the differential pragmatic-semantic foundations across languages

    堀江 薫, 金 廷[ビン, 玉地 瑞穂

    Studies in pragmatics   ( 9 ) page: 1 - 15   2007

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  25. 視覚単語認識中の意味アクセスへの二つの異なる神経回路網 Reviewed

    Jeong, H, Sugiura M, Sassa Y, Miyamoto T, Horie K, Sato S, Kawashima, R

    神経化学   ( 46 ) page: 554   2007

  26. 日本語の脳内における統語処理と語彙意味処理のfMRI研究

    神原利宗, 横山悟, 生田奈穂, 鄭嫣てい, 鄭嫣てい, 高橋慶, 関口敦, 宮本正夫, 高橋大厚, 小泉政利, 吉本啓, 堀江薫, 佐藤滋, 川島隆太

    日本認知科学会大会発表論文集   Vol. 24th   page: 160 - 165   2007

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  27. Prototypicality of modal meaning in japanese based on the data of second language acquisition

    玉地 瑞穂, 堀江 薫

    Proceedings of the Annual Meetings of the Japanese Cognitive Linguistics Association   Vol. 7   page: 469 - 478   2007

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  28. The acquisition of english relative clauses by japanese EFL learners: in view of the processing efficiency of matrix verb phrase

    森本 智, 堀江 薫

    Proceedings of the Annual Meetings of the Japanese Cognitive Linguistics Association   Vol. 7   page: 12 - 22   2007

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  29. What L2 Learners&apos; Processing Strategy Reveals about the Modal System in Japanese: A Cue-based Analytical Perspective

    Mizuho Tamaji, Kaoru Horie

    PACLIC 21: THE 21ST PACIFIC ASIA CONFERENCE ON LANGUAGE, INFORMATION AND COMPUTATION, PROCEEDINGS     page: 471 - 480   2007

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    Japanese does not exhibit deontic-epistemic polysemy which is recognized among typologically different languages. Hence, in Japanese linguistics, it has been debated which of the two types of modality is more prototypical. This study brings Chinese learner&apos;s acquisition data of Japanese modality to bear on the question of which of the two types of modality is more prototypical, using the Competition Model (Bates and MacWhinney 1981). The Competition Model notion of &apos;cues&apos; as processing strategy adopted by learners reveals the continuity/discontinuity between these two modality domains.

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    堀江 薫

    Journal of the Linguistic Society of Japan   ( 130 ) page: 83 - 87   2006.12

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  31. Multiple brain networks for visual self-recognition with different sensitivity for motion and body part

    Motoaki Sugiura, Yuko Sassa, Hyeon Jeong jeong, Naoki Miura, Yuko Akitsuki, Kaoru Horie, Shigeru Sato, Ryuta Kawashima

    NEUROIMAGE   Vol. 32 ( 4 ) page: 1905 - 1917   2006.10

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    Multiple brain networks may support visual self-recognition. It has been hypothesized that the left ventral occipito-temporal cortex processes one's own face as a symbol, and the right parieto-frontal network processes self-image in association with motion-action contingency. Using functional magnetic resonance imaging, we first tested these hypotheses based on the prediction that these networks preferentially respond to a static self-face and to moving one's whole body, respectively. Brain activation specifically related to self-image during familiarity judgment was compared across four stimulus conditions comprising a two factorial design: factor Motion contrasted picture (Picture) and movie (Movie), and factor Body part a face (Face) and whole body (Body). Second, we attempted to segregate self-specific networks using a principal component analysis (PCA), assuming an independent pattern of inter-subject variability in activation over the four stimulus conditions in each network. The bilateral ventral occipito-temporal and the right parietal and frontal cortices exhibited self-specific activation. The left ventral occipito-temporal cortex exhibited greater self-specific activation for Face than for Body, in Picture, consistent with the prediction for this region. The activation profiles of the right parietal and frontal cortices did not show preference for Movie Body predicted by the assumed roles of these regions. The PCA extracted two cortical networks, one with its peaks in the right posterior, and another in frontal cortices; their possible roles in visuo-spatial and conceptual self-representations, respectively, were suggested by previous findings. The results thus supported and provided evidence of multiple brain networks for visual self-recognition. (c) 2006 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

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  32. 新しい知識を獲得するときの興味に関する脳機能イメージング研究

    福島愛, 三浦直樹, 内田信也, 杉浦元亮, 堀江薫, 佐藤滋, 川島隆太

    第28回日本神経科学大会     2006.7

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  33. 計器監視課題における難易度の影響:fMRIによる研究

    三浦直樹, 高橋信, 渡邉丈夫, 内田信也, 佐藤滋, 堀江薫, 北村正晴, 若林利男, 中村克樹, 川島隆太

    第28回日本神経科学大会     2006.7

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  34. 言語関連領野の神経線維連絡:機能的MRIと拡散テンソル画像による検討

    内田信也, 三浦直樹, 渡邉丈夫, 木之村重男, 佐藤和則, 瀧靖之, 井上健太郎, 後藤了以, 岡田賢, 福島愛, 堀江薫, 佐藤滋, 中村克樹, 福田寛, 川島隆太

    第28回日本神経科学大会     2006.7

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  35. Effect of motion smoothness on brain activation during dance observation: an fMRI study using a humanoid robot. Reviewed

    Miura N, Sugiura M, Takahashi M, Sassa Y, Moridaira T, Miyamoto A, Kuroki Y, Sato S, Horie K, Nakamura K, Kawashima R

    12th International Conference on Functional Mapping of the Human Brain     2006.6

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  36. Neural correlates of confidence judgment in retrieved answers: An fMRI study Reviewed

    Yokoyama O, Miura N, Watanabe J, Takemoto A, Uchida S, Sugiura M, Horie K, Sato S, Kawashima R, Nakamura K

    12th International Conference on Functional Mapping of the Human Brain     2006.6

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  37. Cortical activation related to intellectual excitement Reviewed

    Fukushima A, Miura N, Uchida S, Sugiura M, Horie K, Sato S, Kawashima R

    12th International Conference on Functional Mapping of the Human Brain     2006.6

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  38. A relevant analysis of task difficulty and brain activity during meter inspection: an fMRI study Reviewed

    Miura N, Takahashi M, Watanabe J, Uchida S, Sato S, Horie K, Kitamura M, Wakabayashi T, Nakamura K, Kawashima R

    12th International Conference on Functional Mapping of the Human Brain     2006.6

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  39. Universal Grammar and Instruction Effects on Second Language Grammar Formation: Evidence from fMRI Reviewed

    Yusa N, Koizumi M, Kim J, Saki Y, Kimura N, Uchida S, Yokoyama S, Miura N, Horie K, Sato S, Kawashima R, Hagiwara H

    12th International Conference on Functional Mapping of the Human Brain     2006.6

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  40. 特別記事 主観性のタイポロジー--日・英・韓・中・マラーティー語における受動表現の対照を通して

    プラシャント パルデシ, 李 清梅, 堀江 薫

    言語   Vol. 35 ( 6 ) page: 76 - 83   2006.6

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  41. Brain activation during the course of sentence comprehension

    N Ikuta, M Sugiura, Y Sassa, J Watanabe, Y Akitsuki, K Iwata, N Miura, H Okamoto, Y Watanabe, S Sato, K Horie, Y Matsue, R Kawashima

    BRAIN AND LANGUAGE   Vol. 97 ( 2 ) page: 154 - 161   2006.5

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    The purpose of this study is to determine, by functional magnetic resonance imaging, how the activated regions of the brain change as a Japanese sentence is presented in a grammatically correct order. In this study, we presented constituents of a sentence to Japanese participants one by one at regular intervals. The results showed that the left lingual gyrus was significantly activated at the beginning of the sentence, then the left inferior frontal gyrus and left supplementary motor area.. in the middle of the sentence, and the left inferior temporal gyrus, at the end of the sentence. We suggest that these brain areas are involved in sentence comprehension in this temporal order. (c) 2005 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

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  42. Cortical activation in the processing of passive sentences in L1 and L2: An fMRI study

    S Yokoyama, H Okamoto, T Miyamoto, K Yoshimoto, J Kim, K Iwata, H Jeong, S Uchida, N Ikuta, Y Sassa, W Nakamura, K Horie, S Sato, R Kawashima

    NEUROIMAGE   Vol. 30 ( 2 ) page: 570 - 579   2006.4

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    The question of whether the bilingual brain processes a first and second language (L1 and L2, respectively) differently is a central issue in many psycholinguistic and neurolinguistic studies. This study used functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) to investigate whether late bilinguals process structurally complex sentences in L1 and L2 in different cortical networks. For this purpose, we directIN compared brain activity during the processing of active and passive sentences in both L1 and L2. We asked 36 healthy subjects to judge whether or not a presented sentence was semantically plausible. Both L1 and L2 activated the left hemispheric language-related regions such as the left inferior frontal, superior/middle temporal, and parietal cortices. However, we found different activation patterns between L1 and L2 in the processing of passive sentences. Passive sentences elicited greater activation than their active counterparts in the left pars triangularis, the premotor area, and the superior parietal lobule in Japanese, but not in English. Furthermore, there was a significant interaction between sentence type (active versus passive) and language (Japanese versus English) in the left pars orbitalis. The results of this study indicate that late bilinguals use similar cortical regions to comprehend both L1 and L2. However, when late bilinguals are presented with structurally complex sentences, the involvement of these regions differs between L1 and L2. These results suggest that, in addition to age of L2 acquisition and L2 proficiency, differences in grammatical construction affect cortical representation during the comprehension of L1 and L2. (c) 2005 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

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  43. モンゴル語の所有表現と「所有傾斜」―共同格の接尾辞‐taiを中心に―

    ナヤンバートル アマルジャルガル, 堀江薫

    言語処理学会年次大会発表論文集   Vol. 12th   page: 604 - 607   2006.3

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  44. 日本語と韓国語における否定辞の発達と分化に関する対照言語学的研究

    守屋哲治, 堀江薫

    言語処理学会年次大会発表論文集   Vol. 12th   page: 885 - 888   2006.3

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  45. CALL用プラットフォームWebOCMの構築とe-Learningへの応用

    Kensuke Sugiura, Yoshio Kitahara, Kaoru Horie, Kei Yoshimoto

    東北大学高等教育開発推進センター紀要   Vol. 1   page: 209 - 214   2006.3

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  46. Distinct neural substrates for word recognition between L1 and L2

    Satoru Yokoyama, Jungho Kim, Shin-ya Uchida, Hideyuki Okamoto, Chen Bai, Tadao Miyamoto, Kei Yoshimoto, Kaoru Horie, Shigeru Sato, Ryuta Kawashima

    NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH   Vol. 55   page: S131 - S131   2006

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  47. Cortical Mechanisms of Segmentation in Visual Sentence Comprehension of Japanese Kana

    Oshima, H, J. Hyeonjeong, M. Sugiura, T. Miyamoto, Y. Sassa, N. Ikuta, K. Horie, S. Sato, R. Kawashima

    NeuroImage: 12th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping. June 11-15, 2006, Florence, Italy.   Vol. 31 ( Supplement 1 ) page: 353 W-AW-   2006

  48. fMRI Evidence for Distinct Neural Substrates for Word Recognition in L1 and L2. 1

    Yokoyama,, S, J. Kim, S. Uchida, H. Okamoto, C. Bai, T. Miyamoto, K. Yoshimoto, K. Horie, S. Sato, R. Kawashima

    NeuroImage: 12th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping. June 11-15, 2006, Florence, Italy.   Vol. 31 ( Supplement 1 ) page: 313 W-AW-   2006

  49. The Second Language Is Processed Independently of the First language.

    Yokoyama, S, J. Kim, S. Uchida, H. Okamoto, C. Bai, N. Yusa, T. Miyamoto, K. Yoshimoto, K. Horie, S. Sato, R. Kawashima

    NeuroImage: 12th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping. June 11-15, 2006, Florence, Italy.   Vol. 31 ( Supplement 1 ) page: 367 W-AW-   2006

  50. Neural connectivity among brain areas related to language function

    Shinya Uchida, Naoki Miura, John Watanabe, Shigeo Kinomura, Kazunori Sato, Yasuyuki Taki, Kentaro Inoue, Ryoi Goto, Ai Fukushima, Kaoru Horie, Shigeru Sato, Katsuki Nakamura, Hiroshi Fukuda, Ryuta Kawashima

    NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH   Vol. 55   page: S263 - S263   2006

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  51. Cortical activations correlated to cognitive trait during experience of risky situation: An fMRI study

    Atsushi Sekiguchi, Naho Ikuta, Motoald Sugiura, Hideyuki Okamoto, Shigeru Satou, Kaoru Horie, Ryuta Kawashima

    NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH   Vol. 55   page: S132 - S132   2006

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  52. 韓国語における名詞化構文の終結用法--名詞と動詞の連続性の観点から

    Kim Joungmin, 堀江 薫

    日本認知言語学会論文集   Vol. 6   page: 150 - 159   2006

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  53. Influence of task difficulty during meter inspection: An fMRI study Reviewed

    Miura Naoki, Takahashi Makoto, Watanabe Jobu, Uchida Shinya, Sato Shigeru, Horie Kaoru, Kitamura Masaharu, Wakabayashi Toshio, Nakamura Katsuki, Kawashima Ryuta

    NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH   Vol. 55   page: S263   2006

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  54. 認知論における類型化 (特集 言語類型論の新たなる地平--普遍的な分類基準の発見)

    堀江 薫

    言語   Vol. 34 ( 8 ) page: 32 - 39   2005.8

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  55. Brain activation associated with the sentence processing: An fMRI study

    Ikuta N, Sugiura M, Sassa Y, Watanabe J, Akitsuki Y, Iwata K, Miura N, Okamoto H, Riera J, Sato S, Horie K, Matsue Y, Kawashima R

    Second International Workshop on Evolutionary Cognitive Sciences     2005.7

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  56. fMRI を用いたデジタル・アナログ計器監視時の脳活動比較

    三浦直樹, 渡邉丈夫, 長倉正人, 岩田一樹, 佐藤滋, 堀江薫, 高橋信, 北村正晴, 川島隆太

    第28回日本神経科学大会     2005.7

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  57. 日本語を学習した中国語母語話者における,日本語構文の理解に関わる脳活動

    岡本 英行, 白 晨, 横山 悟, 金 情浩, 内田 信也, 高橋 大厚, 中村 渉, 佐藤 滋, 堀江 薫, 川島 隆太

    認知神経科学   Vol. 7 ( 2 ) page: 145 - 145   2005.7

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  58. 欧米における日本語研究・韓国語研究--日韓言語学会(Japanese/Korean Linguistics Conference)を中心に (特集 ことばの日韓比較)

    堀江 薫

    日本語学   Vol. 24 ( 8 ) page: 32 - 41   2005.7

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  59. Effects of motion and the body part on activation of the left and right cortical networks for visual self-recognition: An event-related fMRI study. Reviewed

    Sugiura M, Sassa Y, Jeong H, Miura N, Iwata K, Akitsuki Y, Horie K, Sato S, Kawashima R

    11th International Conference on Functional Mapping of the Human Brain     2005.6

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  60. The role of the Broca's area and left parietal region during processing of a passive sentence in Japanese: An event-related fMRI study. Reviewed

    Yokoyama S, Watanabe J, Iwata K, Sassa Y, Akitsuki Y, Miura N, Jeong H, Ikuta N, Okamoto H, Haji T, Usui N, Taira M, Nakamura W, Sato S, Horie K, Kawashima R

    11th International Conference on Functional Mapping of the Human Brain     2005.6

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  61. Processing of Scrambled Ditransitive Constructions: An fMRI study Reviewed

    Kim J, Koizumi M, Kimura N, Watanabe J, Yokoyama S, Ikuta N, Uchida S, Sassa Y, Akitsuki Y, Iwata K, Jeong H, Miura N, Yusa N, Sato S, Horie K, Kawashima R

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  62. Cortical activation during reading of ancient versus modern Japanese texts: fMRI study

    N Miura, J Watanabe, K Iwata, Y Sassa, J Riera, H Tsuchiya, S Sato, K Horie, M Takahashi, M Kitamura, R Kawashima

    NEUROIMAGE   Vol. 26 ( 2 ) page: 426 - 431   2005.6

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    The purpose of this study was to investigate human brain activity during the reading of ancient Japanese texts using functional magnetic resonance imaging. Thirty right-handed normal Japanese subjects performed two reading tasks: covert reading of (1) ancient and (2) modern Japanese text. Common areas are activated during both tasks. Activity in the left inferior frontal cortices increased during the reading of ancient Japanese text compared with the reading of modern Japanese text, whereas occipital activity increased during the reading of modern Japanese text. Our results indicate that ancient Japanese language may be processed as a foreign language. (c) 2005 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

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  63. Communicative speech production activates the frontal and anterior cingulate cortices: An fMRI study Reviewed

    Sassa Y, Sugiura M, Jeong H, Miura N, Iwata K, Akitsuki Y, Yokoyama S, Watanabe J, Ikuta N, Okamoto H, Uchida S, Riera J, Horie K, Sato S, Kawashima R

    11th International Conference on Functional Mapping of the Human Brain     2005.6

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  64. Brain activation during inspection for digital and analog meters: An fMRI study Reviewed

    Miura N, Watanabe J, Nagakura M, Iwata K, Sato S, Horie K, Takahashi M, Kitamura M, Kawashima R

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  65. Brain Activation Associated with the Japanese Sentence Comprehension Reviewed

    Ikuta N, Sugiura M, Sassa Y, Watanabe J, Akitsuki Y, Iwata K, Miura N, Okamoto H, Watanabe Y, Sato S, Horie K, Matsue Y, Kawashima R

    11th International Conference on Functional Mapping of the Human Brain     2005.6

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  66. 中核(core)から周辺(periphery)まで―英語,日本語,中国語,アジュクル語,マラーティー語の関係節形成―

    王路明, パルデシ プラシャント, 堀江薫

    言語処理学会年次大会発表論文集   Vol. 11th   page: 839 - 842   2005.3

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  67. 言語類型論から見た日本語のモダリティ体系

    玉地瑞穂, 堀江薫

    言語処理学会年次大会発表論文集   Vol. 11th   page: 680 - 683   2005.3

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  68. Cortical mechanisms of visual word processing: Comparison of Japanese Kana and Kanji processing during semantic and phonological tasks

    Hyeonjeong Jeong, Motoaki Sugiura, Yuko Sassa, Chen Bai, Kaoru Horie, Shigeru Sato, Ryuta Kawashima

    NeuroImage   Vol. 26 ( S1 ) page: 49-   2005

  69. The neural network involved in the processing of give and receive expressions: An fMRI study

    Satoru Yokoyama, Noriaki Yusa, Jungho Kim, Hyeonjeong Jeong, Hideyuki Okamoto, Yuko Sassa, Naho Ikuta, Kei Yoshimoto, Kaoru Horie, Shigeru Sato, Ryuta Kawashima

    NeuroImage   Vol. 26 ( S1 ) page: 49-   2005

  70. 受動構文とその機能領域の拡張における言語間の類似と相違--認知類型論的分析

    Pardeshi Prahant, 李 清梅, 堀江 薫

    日本認知言語学会論文集   Vol. 5   page: 51 - 61   2005

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  71. A Contrastive Study of Grammaticalization Processes in Japanese and Korean : A Typological Perspective(<Special Issue>Grammaticalization in Japanese)

    HORIE Kaoru

    Studies in the Japanese Language   Vol. 1 ( 3 ) page: 93 - 107   2005

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    This study presents a contrastive study of grammaticalization processes in Japanese and Korean from a typological perspective. Grammaticalization processes involving (i) nouns, (ii) aspectual constructions, and (iii) verbal inflections are presented to aid understanding of the similarities and differences between the two languages. Though superficially similar in many respects, intriguing differences are found between the two languages regarding the productivity and pathways involved in the specific grammaticalization processes (i)-(iii). There is ample scope for future contrastive studies that pay particular attention to dynamic/synchronic dimensions of grammaticalization-conventionalization of linguistic forms/constructions repeatedly occurring in discourse and the concomitant emergence of specific grammatical meanings-to explore the grammaticalization processes between the two languages.

  72. Comprehension of passive sentences in Japanese: An fMRI study.

    Yokoyama S, Watanabe J, Iwata K, Sassa Y, Miura N, Jeong H, Ikuta N, Akitsuki Y, Okamoto H, Haji T, Usui N, Taira M, Nakamura W, Sato S, Horie K, Kawashima R

    The 4th International Forum on Language, Brain, and Cognition: Cognition, Brain, and Typology: Towards a Synthesis     2004.9

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  73. 第一言語・第二言語の理解に関わる脳活動領域の特定(A shared network of cortical regions involved in a first and second language comprehension)

    横山 悟, 内田 信也, 岩田 一樹, 金 情浩, 岡本 英行, Hyeonjeong Jeong, 中村 渉, 堀江 薫, 佐藤 滋, 川島 隆太

    神経化学   Vol. 43 ( 2-3 ) page: 572 - 572   2004.8

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  74. An fMRI study of brain activation during comprehension of passive sentences in Japanese and English

    YOKOYAMA Satoru, UCHIDA Shin-ya, IWATA Kazuki, KIM Jong-ho, JEONG Hyongjeong, OKAMOTO Hideyuki, WATANABE Jobu, SASSA Yuko, MIURA Naoki, AKITSUKI Yuko, IKUTA Naho, JORGE Riera, WAN Xiaohong, NAKAMURA Wataru, HORIE Kaoru, YOSHIMOTO Kei, SATO Shigeru, KAWASHIMA Ryuta

    Technical report of IEICE. Thought and language   Vol. 104 ( 170 ) page: 25 - 30   2004.7

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    We carried out an fMRI study to investigate whether the same brain regions are involved in processing first and second languages. Twenty-eight right-handed native speakers of Japanese participated in this study. Subjects were instructed to read active and passive sentences in Japanese and English and to judge the plausibility of the sentence. As a result, we found that both similarites and differences between Japanese and English in terms of the regions involved in the processing of passive sentences. These results suggest that the processing of a second language exhibits both similarities and differences as contrasted with that of a first language.

  75. An event-related fMRI study of how active and passive sentences are comprehended in Japanese Reviewed

    Yokoyama S, Nakamura W, Watanabe J, Sassa Y, Iwata K, Akitsuki Y, Miura N, Jeong H, Ikuta N, Riera J, Okamoto H, Usui N, Taira M, Sato S, Horie K, Kawashima R

    10th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping     2004.6

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  76. FMRI Evidence for the Neural Correlates of the Typological Differences among L1, L2, and L3 Reviewed

    Jeong H, Iwata K, Watanabe J, Sassa Y, Akitsuki Y, Ikuta N, Miura N, Okamoto H, Yokoyama S, Riera J, Haji T, Usui N, Taira M, Horie K, Sato S, Kawashima R

    10th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping     2004.6

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  77. An fMRI study of scrambling effects on sentence comprehension Reviewed

    Kim J, Koizumi M, Ikuta N, Fukumitsu Y, Akitsuki Y, Iwata K, Jeong H, Miura N, Okamoto H, Sassa Y, Watanabe J, Yokoyama S, Yusa N, Sato S, Horie K, Kawashima R

    10th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping     2004.6

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  78. 日英語のモダリティ体系に見られる意味変化の方向性の違い

    守屋哲治, 堀江薫

    言語処理学会年次大会発表論文集   Vol. 10th ( CD-ROM ) page: A10P2-10   2004.3

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  79. 韓国語の二重使役構文の統語的・意味的特徴―KAISTコーパスの調査に基づいて―

    石原庸兆, プラシャント パルデシ, 堀江薫

    言語処理学会年次大会発表論文集   Vol. 10th ( CD-ROM ) page: P2-03   2004.3

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  80. 受動文の理解における脳内での処理の負荷

    横山悟, 渡辺丈夫, 佐々祐子, 岩田一樹, 三浦直樹, 秋月祐子, 鄭嫣, 生田奈穂, ホルヘリエラ, 岡本英行, 土師知己, 臼井信男, 泰羅雅登, 中村渉, 佐藤滋, 堀江薫, 川島隆太

    言語処理学会第10回年次大会     2004.3

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  81. Cognitive foundations of typological form-meaning mapping: Complementation phenomena revisited (シンポジウム Cognitive Typology, or What Cognitive Linguistics Can Contribute to Linguistic Typology and Vice Versa)

    堀江 薫

    日本認知言語学会論文集   Vol. 4   page: 437 - 441   2004

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  82. 日本語と韓国語の認知言語学的対照研究 (特集 形式文法と機能文法)

    堀江 薫

    日本語学   Vol. 22 ( 10 ) page: 63 - 73   2003.9

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  83. 日韓語の「モダリティ」の機能に関する比較類型論的研究

    守屋哲治, きょう奉植, 堀江薫

    言語処理学会年次大会発表論文集   Vol. 9th   page: 581 - 584   2003.3

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  84. ドリフトと文法化--日韓語対照研究を中心に

    守屋 哲治, 堀江 薫

    日本エドワード・サピア協会研究年報   ( 17 ) page: 37 - 46   2003.3

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  85. 認知類型論(Cognitive Typology)の史的展開と最新動向 (特集:認知言語学のフロンティア)

    堀江 薫

    英語青年   Vol. 148 ( 11 ) page: 680 - 683   2003.2

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  86. 類型論から見た動詞の文法的特徴と機能変化--認知・機能的観点から (特集 動詞とは何か--その機能と意味の捉え方)

    堀江 薫

    言語   Vol. 31 ( 12 ) page: 30 - 37   2002.11

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  87. HINO Sukenari : Keishikigo no Kenkyu : Bunpoka no Riron to Oyo (Grammaticalization of Japanese Pseudonouns and Auxiliary Verbs : A Morphosyntactic and Semantic Approach)

    HORIE Kaoru

    Studies in the Japanese language   Vol. 53 ( 4 ) page: 124 - 131   2002.10

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  88. 韓国語の二種類の否定形式の併存に関する機能類型論的考察 文法化の観点から

    守屋哲治, KANG B‐S, 堀江薫

    言語処理学会年次大会発表論文集   Vol. 8th   page: 85 - 88   2002.3

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  89. 時間関係副詞の文法化に関する一考察:多層性(layering)と持続性(persistence)の観点から

    守屋 哲治, 堀江 薫

    日本認知言語学会論文集   Vol. 2   page: 34 - 41   2002

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  90. 時間副詞体系に関する言語類型論的研究 文法化の観点から

    守屋哲治, 堀江薫

    言語処理学会年次大会発表論文集   Vol. 7th   page: 409 - 412   2001.3

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  91. 膠着語における文法化の特徴に関する認知言語学的考察--日本語と韓国語を対象に

    堀江 薫

    認知言語学論考   ( 1 ) page: 185 - 227   2001

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  92. 文法化現象としての否定辞繰り上げ

    守屋哲治, 堀江薫

    言語処理学会年次大会発表論文集   Vol. 6th   page: 83 - 86   2000.3

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  93. 韓日語の副詞節の階層性に関する対照言語学的研究 南(1974)の階層性モデルの観点から

    堀江薫, 金瞳勲, 川森雅仁, 守屋哲治

    言語処理学会年次大会発表論文集   Vol. 6th   page: 284 - 287   2000.3

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  94. 語い概念構造の観点から見た韓国語の使役・受動構文

    桐原自然, 堀江薫

    言語処理学会年次大会発表論文集   Vol. 6th   page: 67 - 70   2000.3

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  95. <サピア言語論ノート>言語類型論におけるサピアの再評価

    堀江 薫

    日本エドワード・サピア協会研究年報   ( 14 ) page: 95 - 100   2000.3

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  96. Core-oblique distinction and nominalizer choice in Japanese and Korean

    K Horie

    STUDIES IN LANGUAGE   Vol. 24 ( 1 ) page: 77 - 102   2000

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    It has been suggested that a coreoblique distinction is not manifested in the grammatical structures of languages like Japanese and Korean, wherein both core and oblique arguments are marked by so-called case-marking particles. This study argues, based on elicitation data from Japanese and Korean as well as Japanese questionnaire data, that a coreoblique distinction in these languages is indeed reflected in the differing selection of sentential nominalizers to mark core and oblique nominalized clauses. Furthermore, this study presents an explanation for the differing selectional patterns of core and oblique marking sentential nominalizers from the viewpoints of markedness and information processing.

    DOI: 10.1075/sl.24.1.04hor

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  97. 日本語と韓国語の格助詞の文法機能に関する対照言語学的研究

    堀江薫

    三島海雲記念財団研究報告書   ( 36 ) page: 65 - 67   1999.12

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  98. 日本語の後置詞・名詞化辞の交替現象に関する一考察 有標性と意味の(非)特定性の観点から

    堀江薫, 渡部泰門

    言語処理学会年次大会発表論文集   Vol. 5th   page: 462 - 465   1999.3

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  99. コミュニケ-ションにおける言語的・文化的要因--日韓対照言語学の観点から (複雑化社会のコミュニケ-ション) -- (国際化)

    堀江 薫

    日本語学   Vol. 17 ( 11 ) page: 118 - 127   1998.9

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  100. Transitivity and Ergativity/Accusativity in Syntactic Typology

    Shibatani Masayoshi, Horie Kaoru, Akamine Jun, Nakamura Wataru

    ILCAA newsletter   Vol. 93   page: 51 - 54   1998.7

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  101. 構文から見た日本語らしさ (特集 日本語らしさの追求)

    堀江 薫

    日本語学   Vol. 16 ( 8 ) page: 14 - 22   1997.7

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  102. Three types of nominalization in modern Japanese: no, koto, and zero

    K Horie

    LINGUISTICS   Vol. 35 ( 5 ) page: 879 - 894   1997

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    In Modern Japanese, three nominalizers, no, koto, and zero, are used in overlapping bur slightly differing syntactic and semantic environments This paper will discuss two types of strategy in nominalizer variation in Modern Japanese, koto versus no, on the one hand, and no versus zero, on the other. The two types of variation are shown to be very different in nature. The contrast between koto and no is primarily a semantic one characterizable in terms of greater versus lesser semantic specificity. Koto nominalization is the most semantically sensitive type of nominalization; if tends to be called for where its semantic contribution is expected no matter how abstract it is. No nominalization, which generally lacks semantic content, is the most unmarked nominalization strategy extensively used in Modern Japanese. The contrast between no and zero, on the other hand, is primarily a syntactic one with a diachronic dimension. In Old Japanese, which lacked the nominalizer no, a syntactic contrast existed between koto and zero. Zero nominalization, a remnant of Old Japanese, is now generally a nonproductive process limited to lexicalized expressions with varying degrees of archaism. No nominalization has long competed with zero nominalization and has successfully replaced it in many syntactic environments including some of the lexicalized expressions where zero was traditionally the norm. However, in spite of the overall dominance of no nominalization, zero nominalization has continued to be used fairly productively in some limited syntactic environments and is not expected to disappear from the syntactic inventory of Modern Japanese in the near future.

    DOI: 10.1515/ling.1997.35.5.879

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  1. What can Cognitive Typology reveal about East Asian Languages? A Look at Cross-linguistic and Applied Linguistic Data International conference

    Horie, Kaoru

    The 11th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference 

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    Event date: 2011.7

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (keynote)  

    Country:China  

    This invited talk presented two case studies of Cognitive Typology based on East Asian languages.

  2. Genre-specificity of some grammaticalization processes in Korean: A contrastive study with Japanese International conference

    Horie, Kaoru

    NINJAL Grammaticalization Symposium 

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    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (keynote)  

    Country:Japan  

    This presentation presented a pragmatic analysis of genre-specific grammaticalization phenomena in Korean through a comparison with Japanese counterparts.

  3. Noun Modifying Clause Constructions in East Asia from the Perspective of Typology and Pragmatics Invited International conference

    Kaoru Horie

    The 12th Annual Meeting of Chinese-Japanese Contrastive Linguistics  2021.8.22  The Association of Chinese-Japanese Contrastive Linguistics

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    Event date: 2021.8

    Presentation type:Oral presentation (keynote)  

    Venue:Zhejiang Normal University   Country:China  

  4. Grammaticalization phenomena in Korean and Japanese: Parallelism and Divergences International conference

    Horie, Kaoru

    2015 Summer Joint Conference on Variousness and Uniqueness of Cross-linguistics 

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    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (invited, special)  

    Country:Korea, Republic of  

    This invited talk presented a comparison between Japanese and Korean grammaticalization processes.

  5. 「主節現象」と「従属節の主節化」から見た日本語の特徴:他言語との比較を通じて International conference

    堀江薫

    日本語文法学会第12回大会 

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    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Oral presentation (invited, special)  

    Venue:東京外国語大学   Country:Japan  

    本発表では日本語においてみられる主節現象と従属節の主節化(言いさし)の特徴を他言語との比較を通じて明らかにした。

  6. The role of pragmatic inference in Relational Noun Modifying Clause Constructions in Japanese, Chinese, Korean, and Armenian Invited

    Kaoru Horie

    Prosody & Grammar Festa 6  2022.1.30  National Institute of Japanese Language and Linguistics

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    Event date: 2022.1

    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Oral presentation (invited, special)  

    Venue:online   Country:Japan  

  7. The convergence of stance-related functions on nominalization in Modern Japanese: A contrastive study with Korean and Classical Japanese International conference

    Horie, Kaoru

    International Workshop on Discourse and Stance 

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    Event date: 2012.5

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (invited, special)  

    Country:China  

    This presentation made a typological analysis of the convergence of stance-marking functions on sentence-final nominalized constructions in Japanese and Korean,

  8. Percept and concept in Korean and Japanese grammatical constructions: A semiotic and typological perspective International conference

    Horie, Kaoru

    The 1st International Conference on Homo Sensus: Perception, Emotion, Semiosis 

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    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (keynote)  

    Country:Korea, Republic of  

    This study made a cognitive and typological analysis of perception and cognition verb complements.

  9. A comparative typological study of convergent grammaticalization pathways between Japanese and Korean: With English as a neutral bystander

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    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (invited, special)  

    Country:Japan  

    This presentation made a comparative analysis of "convergent" grammaticalization phenomena in Japanese and Korean as compared with English.

  10. Possibilities and challenges in Japanse grammar research: With particular attention to the interaction between main and subordinate clauses

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    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Oral presentation (invited, special)  

    Country:Japan  

  11. A functional typology of sentence-final nominalizations in Japanese and Korean

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    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (keynote)  

    Country:Japan  

    This presentation made a functiona typological analysis of sentence-final nominalizations in Japanese and Korean.

  12. 言語類型論・認知言語学の観点から見た日本語の複文現象および複文研究の動向-他言語との対照を通じて- International conference

    堀江薫

    2014年度輔仁大学日本語文学科国際シンポジウム『新旧の出会うところ―日本語文法の理論と実践―』 

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    Event date: 2014.11

    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Oral presentation (keynote)  

    Venue:輔仁大学(台北市、台湾)   Country:Taiwan, Province of China  

    本発表では、日本語の複文研究の最新展開を、発表者自身の研究と関連づけて言語類型論・対照言語学の観点から論じた。

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Research Project for Joint Research, Competitive Funding, etc. 2

  1. 文化・インターアクション・言語に関する実証的「解放的」理論の 展開

    科学研究費  基盤研究B

    井出祥子

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  2. 『母語話者視点』に基づく解放的語用論の展開―諸言語の談話データの分析を通じて

    2008.4 - 2010.3

    科学研究費  基盤研究B

    藤井洋子

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  1. 構文の機能拡張と名詞句省略の相互関係に関する認知類型論的研究:アジア言語を対象に

    2010.4 - 2013.3

    科学研究費補助金  基盤研究

    堀江薫

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  2. アジア言語における「動詞と名詞の連続性」に関する認知類型論的研究

    2006.4 - 2008.3

    科学研究費補助金 

    堀江薫

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  3. A functional typological study of sentence-final attributive and nominalization constructions: Pragmatic functions and cross-constructional parallelism

    2013.4

    Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research(C)

  4. インターアクションにおけるモダリティの多言語間比較ー「場の語用論」の構築に向けて

    Grant number:21H00527  2021.4 - 2025.3

    科学研究費助成事業  基盤研究(B)

    藤井 洋子, 井出 祥子, 片桐 恭弘, 堀江 薫, 植野 貴志子

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    本研究組織は以下のような学問的問いを追究するために初年度から研究活動を推進する。
    1. 各言語におけるインターアクショナル・モダリティはなぜ、何のために使用されており、そこに刻印されている文化とは何なのか。
    2. 「場を基体とする」「個を基体とする」とした文化的特徴とモダリティ使用との関連性はどのようになっており、「場の語用論」の枠組みによる説明は可能なのか。
    3. 西洋語の中でもモダリティ表現が豊富とされるドイツ語のデータを加えることにより、西洋語とアジアの言語という二項対立を越えた普遍的な言語と文化の関係を見いだすことはできるのか。

  5. A cross-linguistic study of pragmatic inference in noun-modifying constructions with relational head nouns: With particular attention to Japanese and Korean

    Grant number:20K00603  2020.4 - 2023.3

    Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)

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    Grant amount:\4160000 ( Direct Cost: \3200000 、 Indirect Cost:\960000 )

  6. 日本語と朝鮮語の文法体系における動詞と名詞の位置づけに関する対照言語学的研究

    Grant number:19K00575  2019.4 - 2022.3

    科学研究費助成事業  基盤研究(C)

    塚本 秀樹, 堀江 薫

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    本研究の目的は,日本語と朝鮮語で特に「動名詞(verbal noun)」と見なされる品詞がかかわる形態・構文や現象に着目して,対照言語学からのアプローチで考察することにより,「動詞」と「名詞」の両品詞が各言語でどのようにかかわり合っており,また各言語の文法体系全体においてどのように位置づけられるのか,ということを解明することである。
    また,本研究は,実際に使われている日本語と朝鮮語の例をコーパスや新聞・雑誌・小説などから収集したり,朝鮮語については母語話者に対する入念なインフォーマント調査を行ったりすることによって得られた豊富なデータに基づく。
    研究代表者の塚本は,次のことを明らかにした。
    日本語における動詞が用いられた複合格助詞で,単一格助詞「に」及び「を」を伴うもののうち,これまでまだ取り上げていなかった「~につけて」「~に伴って」や「~をおいて」「~をめぐって」などと,それに対応する朝鮮語の表現について対照言語学からのアプローチで考察を行った。日本語で複合格助詞を用いて表現するところを,朝鮮語でも実質的な意味を保持していれば,直接対応する複合格助詞,あるいは意味的に間接に対応する別の複合格助詞を用いて表現することができる場合が多くなる。また,日本語で複合格助詞を用いて表現するところを,朝鮮語では実質的な意味を欠いていれば,同様に複合格助詞を用いて表現するのではなく,接続語尾,動詞連用形,単一格助詞,名詞などを用いるといった,複合格助詞とは別の方法で表現する場合が多く見られるようになる。
    さらに,日本語における複合格助詞は,動詞が用いられたものと,名詞が用いられたものに二大別できるが,これまでまだ探究していなかった後者にも焦点を当て,「~のおかげで」「~のくせに」「~のせいで」「~のために」「~のついでに」などと,それに対応する朝鮮語の表現に関する考察に着手した。
    研究分担者の堀江は,次のことを明らかにした。
    日本語と朝鮮語における機能語化した名詞(形式名詞の「ふう(風)」/"sik",相対名詞の「向かい」/"macunphyen")に着目し,これらを主要部とする名詞修飾節について,機能拡張や語用論的推論の程度という観点から対照言語学的研究を行った。また,名詞の品詞性という問題を考察する中で,日本語と中国語における名詞のカテゴリー転換という現象にも研究の対象を広げた。これらの研究を通じ,日本語は,朝鮮語や中国語と比べて機能拡張,語用論的推論による補正,カテゴリー転換といった点でより融通性が高いことが明らかになった。
    入手した言語学関係の図書・論文によって,これまでに行われてきた理論的なアプローチからの考察を検討し,入手した日本語と朝鮮語に関する参考書によって,まずは記述されている範囲内でそれぞれの言語の事実を確認した。
    また,研究代表者及び研究分担者の直感が効かない朝鮮語に関しては,それぞれの所属研究機関で母語話者に対して入念なインフォーマント調査を行い,従来の参考書には記述されていなかったり記述が詳しくなかったりする言語事実を明らかにした。
    さらに,それによって得られたデータと情報については,研究代表者と研究分担者の間でその都度,連絡をとって提供し合い,検討するとともに,思索中の研究代表者及び研究分担者自身の考えについて意見交換を行った。
    初年度の令和元年度,及び2年目の令和2年度における,本格的な考察を行うための基礎となるものを作り上げる作業((1)先行研究の検討,及び参考書に記述された言語事実の確認,(2)朝鮮語のインフォーマント調査による言語事実の解明)を継続して行う。
    そういったことにより,次のことを行う。動詞と名詞が日本語と朝鮮語それぞれにおいてどのようにかかわり合っており,また動詞と名詞が日本語と朝鮮語それぞれの文法体系全体においてどのように位置づけられるのか,ということについて対照言語学からのアプローチで探究する。
    また,研究代表者及び研究分担者それぞれによって得られたデータと情報について検討するとともに,思索中の研究代表者及び研究分担者自身の考えについて意見交換を行う。
    さらに,思索中の研究代表者及び研究分担者自身の考えについて国内外の他の研究者と議論し,また助言を仰ぐ。
    なお,上記の研究活動は当初,出張によるものとしていたが,新型コロナ禍の影響により,それが困難な場合は,Zoom 等を利用した遠隔形式で実施する。

  7. Contrastive Study on Continuity of Simple and Complex Sentence Structures in Japanese and English

    Grant number:17K02807  2017.4 - 2021.3

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    Moriya Tetsuharu

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    In this study, we showed that although the structure of noun modifier clauses in Japanese is similar to those in Chinese, Korean, and other languages in Asia, the productivity of noun modifier clauses, which are interpreted using pragmatic reasoning, is high in Japanese where the barrier between the main clause and noun modifier clause is lower. From the above, it was clarified that the difference of individual languages with respect to cognitive typology affects the degree of interference in the second language acquisition.

  8. A cross-linguistic study of the pragmatic functions of suspended clauses: With special attention to the contrast between attributive/nominalized clauses and adverbial clauses

    Grant number:16K02624  2016.4 - 2019.3

    Horie Kaoru

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    Grant amount:\4290000 ( Direct Cost: \3300000 、 Indirect Cost:\990000 )

    This study is a cross-linguistic study of "suspended clauses", i.e. subordinate clauses which have come to be used as main clauses and have acquired speciic pragmatic functions, which have been traditionally referred to as "iisasi" in Japanese linguistics and Japanese pedagogy.This study pays parcular attention to suspended clauses in Asian languages like Japanese and Korean and in European languages like English and Finnish. The main objective of this study was to explore pragmatic differences (if any) between suspended clauses derived from noun modification/nominalization and those derived from adverbial clauses.

  9. Contrastive Linguistic Studies on Clause Linkages in Japanese and Korean: With Special Reference to the Continuative Form as a Conjunction

    Grant number:15K02481  2015.4 - 2018.3

    TSUKAMOTO Hideki

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    Detailed examination of compound case particles and honorific expressions in Japanese and Korean, which are related to clause linkages, shows that the usage of adverbial verb forms is broader in the system of grammar in Japanese than in Korean. It can be demonstrated that this difference in adverbial verb forms between the two languages is caused by differences in morphosyntax, characterized by the fact that Korean differentiates between the status of word and clause/sentence, whereas in Japanese it is possible for word and clause/sentence to exist in a fused state.

  10. Construction of Pragmatics of Ba: A Cross-linguistics Analysis for Native Speaker's Point of View

    Grant number:15H03208  2015.4 - 2018.3

    FUJII Yoko

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    The main outcomes of this three-year project are summarized as follows: (1) Writing articles for Pragmatics of Ba in a series of Culture and Language Use (John Benjamin Publishing Co.), (2) The new data collection of Mister O Corpus in Chinese at Beijing Forestry University, transcription of the data, and presentation of the outcomes of the analysis, (3) Writing and reviewing articles for Ba-to Kotoba-no Shoso (Language Practices of Ba) by a Japanese publishing company, (4) The holdings of Panels and Workshops at several Conferences in and outside Japan, (5) Participation of Colloquium for the theory of Ba sponsored by William Hanks, (6) Being invited for submitting a new pragmatic theory to Journal of Pragmatics, (7) overall, the big progress of the construction of Pragmatics of Ba in this three years.

  11. A functional typological study of sentence-final noun modifying and nominalization constructions: Pragmatic functions and cross-constructional continuity

    Grant number:25370429  2013.4 - 2017.3

    Horie Kaoru

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    Grant amount:\4550000 ( Direct Cost: \3500000 、 Indirect Cost:\1050000 )

    This study presents a functional typological analysis of sentence-final noun-modifying constructions (e.g. [Totuzen hiraku] doa. 'The door which opens suddently.') and sentence-final nominalizations (e.g. [Totuzen doa ga aita] no. 'That the door opens suddenly. (I just relalized)'). Both of these constructions have occur in sentence-final positions in Japanese and Korean which have the same SOV word order. This study prented a functional typological analysis of these constructions in Japanese and Korean and has revealed both parallelism and differences in structures and pragmatic functions.

  12. Cognitive Typological Study on Aquisition of Relative and Complement Clauses in English: Based on Composition Data by Japanese University Students

    Grant number:25370689  2013.4 - 2016.3

    Moriya Tetsuharu

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    In this study, we have clarified how the characteristics of Japanese noun modifying clause affect acquisition of English relative clauses or appositive clauses by Japanese learners. Japanese language does not distinguish relative clauses and appositive clauses either morphologically or syntactically. We have pointed out that this causes difficulty for Japanese learners to acquire distinction between types of relative clauses or between relative clauses and appositive clauses by showing how often they actually make mistakes in these respects.
    Furthermore, it has also become clear that Japanese learners make mistakes on these points more often than Korean and Chinere learners, whose languages does not have strict distinction between relatives and appositives but have some features characterizing types of noun-modifying clauses.

  13. Co-creation of Socio-cultural Ba/field and Language Use: Construction of a Pragmatic Theory from Native Speakers' Point of View

    Grant number:23320090  2011.4 - 2014.3

    FUJII YOKO

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    The main outcomes of this three-year projects are summarized as follows: (1) the presentation of researches at the 12th and 13th International Pragmatic Conferences in 2011 and 2013; (2) the creation of new data collection of Mister O Corpus in Thai at Chulalongkorn University in February, 2012; (3) the publication of the second Special Issue of Emancipatory Pragmatics (Journal of Pragmatics Vol. 44) in April, 2012; (4) the holdings of two International Closed Workshops at Berkeley, U.S.A. in January, 2013 and Japan Women's University in March, 2013; (5) the publication of a Japanese book, A Challenge to Emancipatory Pragmatics, in March, 2014; (6) the wider and deeper understanding of Ba-theory in this three years.

  14. Contrastive Linguistic Studies on Factors for Grammaticalization in Japanese and Korean

    Grant number:23520465  2011 - 2013

    TSUKAMOTO Hideki

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    Detailed examination of compound case particles and compound verbs in Japanese and Korean shows that they are more frequently grammaticalized in Japanese than in Korean. It can be demonstrated that this difference in grammaticalization between the two languages is caused by differences in morphosyntax, characterized by the fact that Korean differentiates between the status of word and clause/sentence, whereas in Japanese it is possible for word and clause/sentence to exist in a fused state.

  15. Effects of Event-grasping Cognitive Frame on Second LanguageAcquisition: A Contrastive Study of English, Japanese, and Korean

    Grant number:22520556  2010 - 2012

    MORIYA Tetsuharu

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    It has become clear that between Japanese, English, Chinese, and Korean, differences in cognitive frame exist not only in how we grasp motion events but also in other cognitive areas like tense-aspect, modality, and politeness. Furthermore, we have pointed out that these differences sometimes have influence on second language acquisition. We suggested that making these cognitive frames explicit can facilitate second language learning.

  16. A Cognitive-Typological Study of the Interrelationship between Functional Extension ofGrammatical Constructions and Noun Phrase Ellipsis

    Grant number:22520384  2010 - 2012

    HORIE Kaoru

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    Grant amount:\3770000 ( Direct Cost: \2900000 、 Indirect Cost:\870000 )

    This study adopted an analytical method of Cognitive Typology, which combined the methodologies of linguistic typology and cognitive-functional linguistics, to explore cross-linguistic variations in the trade-off between Pragmatics and Grammatical Structure.Specifically, this study explored the functional extension of noun-modifying constructions and nominalized complement constructions, and benefactive constructions, observed in a selection of Asian languages including Japanese, Korean, Chinese and languages of India by employing a parallel corpus.

  17. Toward an Integration of Lexical Information and Event Structure Based on the Generative Lexicon Theory

    Grant number:20320068  2008 - 2012

    ONO Naoyuki

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    The purpose of this project is to explore the integration of lexical information with event structures on the basis of lexical semantic models and studies on grammatical constructions. There are three major issues to be dealt with in this project: (1) Promotion of studies on the lexicon within the framework of the Generative Lexicon Theory, where we aim to solve the problem of how qualia (lexical-semantic information) come to determine the interpretation of event structures, (2) Elucidation of the subjectivity in language; how subjectivity is related with the interpretation of event structures (of psychological predicates), and (3) New perspectives on lexicalization/grammaticalization with respect to the integration of lexcal information with event structures. We aim to show that some typological universals underlie the process of grammaticalization in which lexical information is integrated with event structures.

  18. Towards Emancipatory Pragmatics: Discourse Analyses from Native Speaker's Perspectives

    Grant number:20320064  2008 - 2010

    FUJII Yoko

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    The main outcome of this three-year projects can be summarized as follows : (1) the wider dissemination of Ba-theory via two lectures by two ba-theory specialists at the Tokyo International Workshops in 2009 and 2011 ; (2) the creation of new data collections and analyses of Libyan Arabic ; (3) the presentation of a comparative study of Japanese, English and Arabic at the 11th International Pragmatics Conference ; (4) the publication of the first Special Issue of Emancipatory Pragmatics (Journal of Pragmatics Vol. 41) in January, 2009.

  19. A Comprehensive Study of Grammaticalization in Japanese and Korean : A Contrastive Linguistic Approach

    Grant number:19520349  2007 - 2009

    TSUKAMOTO Hideki

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    Detailed examination of various linguistic phenomena in Japanese and Korean shows that they are more frequently grammaticalized in Japanese than in Korean ; this finding can also be exemplified by compound verb construction, adjective predicate construction, nominal predicate construction including a formal noun, etc. The finding holds true of all three kinds of predicate construction irrespective of difference in word class, such as verb, adjective, and noun.

  20. A cognitive-typological contrastive study of the verb-noun continuum in Asian languages

    Grant number:18520290  2006 - 2008

    HORIE Kaoru

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    Grant amount:\4030000 ( Direct Cost: \3400000 、 Indirect Cost:\630000 )

  21. The Development of an Emancipatory Approach Concerning the Relationship Among Culture, Interaction, and Language

    Grant number:18320069  2006 - 2007

    IDE Sachiko

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    1) An interview series titled 'Japanese language and Japanese thought : Concerning Semiotic Typology of World Language Culture' featuring Michael Silverstein of Chicago University appeared from April-June 2007 in the section `Beyond Linguistics' of Gekkan Gengo
    2) At the 18th Conference of the Sociolinguistic Society of Japan in August 2006, there was a workshop featuring individual presentations on Emancipatory Pragmatics that included a discussion with the audience
    3) From March 27 March 31 there was an international workshop with the participants from abroad, Nicholas Enfield, Scott Sail, MayoufAi Mayouf Li Wei, Krisadawan Hongladarom, Myunghee Kim, and William Hanks. In addition, Jacob and Mey and Jozef Verschueren participated as discussants. Through a discussion of the papers that were presented, an attempt was made to create perspectives that would help emancipate research from western thought
    4) On March 31, there was a of the editorial meeting for the special issue of the Journal of Pragmatics to decide the articles to be included and the reviewers of those articles
    5) Mr. O Corpus was prepared and made public through the National Institute of Informatics
    6) From July 8-13, at the 10th International Pragmatics Association Conference in Goteborg, a panel was organized and convened on the topic of emancipatory pragmatics. There were thirteen people who presented on the panel and five people who presented posters
    7) At Goteborg, there was an editorial meeting concerning the special issue in the Journal of Pragmatics- the table of contents was decided
    8) For the special issue, William Hanks, Sachiko Ide, and Yasuhiro Katagiri wrote the introduction and finished the reading and editing of the ether papers
    9) On November 24th, at the Fall Conference of the Japanese Linguistic Society, there was a workshop titled the Development of an Emancipatory Pragmatics : The Perspective of Native Speaker's. Researching findings were presented by some of the participants in the project.
    10) On March 27th -30th, at Sebha University Libya International Workshop on Emancipatory Pragmatics was held and Katagiri, Kataoka and Ide participated.
    11) Research findings were made public on the homepage of the project

  22. Grammatical descriptions and language change research on minority languages in Southeast Asia, Australia, and Africa.

    Grant number:17520257  2005 - 2006

    KITANO Hiroaki

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    Kitano visited Angeles City, the Philippines, three times and did fieldwork on grammatical aspects of Kapampangan, especially clitics, transitivity, and modes, using elicited and natural conversational data. He also started sociolinguistic research on the diglossic situation of Angeles, where Kapampangan and Tagalog are used. He presented his research results at international and domestic conferences and workshops, and wrote articles for some publications.
    Tsunoda continued his assistance for the Warrongo language revival activities in Townsville, northeast Australia. In Halls Creek, northwest Australia, at the request of Kimberley Language Resource Centre, he collected some data on the vocabulary and grammar of Wanyjirra.
    Particularly for Warrongo, he investigated the linguistic phenomena that occur in language death and language revival. Regarding language death, he has found phenomena that do not conform to the general tendencies reported in Tsunoda (2006), e.g. (i) typology of speakers, (ii) those parts of speech that are prone to loss, and (iii) those nouns that are prone to loss. Concerning language revival, he has found changes in (i) pronunciation, and (ii) semantics of nouns. Mie Tsunoda, the co-researcher, participated in all the activities and research outlined above.
    Horie did research in the following three areas: (i) typological and descriptive research on Adioukrou subordinate clauses, (ii) typological research on valency, grammaticalization, and language contact in Asian languages, such as Marathi and Korean, and (iii) cognitive typology. His research results were presented at numerous international and domestic conferences, and published in linguistic journals and volumes.

  23. A Research on the Event Structure of Japanese and English Based on the Cognitive-Typological Approach

    Grant number:16520291  2004 - 2007

    ONO Naoyuki

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    The present research has been focused on the role of "event structure" in the typological study of Japanese and English from a cognitive perspective. The idea of representing or capturing meanings in terms of "event structure" has been around for decades in linguistic research. The term is adopted in both of the major schools of modern semantics - formal semantics and cognitive semantics. In the former, the event structure is represented in terms of the so-called Davidsonian event variable in logical forms. And in the latter, the event structure is embedded in the idea of Ideal Cognitive Model (ICM) proposed in Lakoff's and Croft's works. Furthermore, in the realm of Lexical Semantics, the notion of event structure plays a crucial role in Levin and Rappaport's verb semantics and Pustejovsky's Generative Lexicon.
    With this theoretical background, this research project was planned to explore the possibility of accounting for some typological aspects of English and Japanese from a cognitive-semantic point of view. In particular, the following three questions are posited for central themes of the research:
    (1) What are the conceptual foundations in the formation of event structure.
    (2) What are the interface conditions under which lexical meanings and constructional meanings are connected with each other?
    (3) What are the typological differences in the interaction of event structure with grammatical constructions in English and Japanese?
    With these three questions at hand, the project researchers have rigorously worked on each research topic during the research period, and published 3 books and 21 research papers. The first outcome of the research is concerned with a comparative study of the passive construction, the motion and change construction, and the resultative construction of English and Japanese, which have been conducted mainly by Naoyuki Ono. The second outcome is the explication of the notion "subjectivity", which has been studied from cognitive and functional perspectives by Kaoru Horie and Satoshi Uehara. Two book chapters and four research papers are included in the report to show that the research project provides solutions to the problems raised above.

  24. A Cognitive and Functional Linguistic Study on Directionality of Diachronic Changes in Grammatical and Lexical Structures Focusing on Japanese and Korean.

    Grant number:16520234  2004 - 2006

    MORIYA Tetsuharu

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    The purpose of this study was to find out regularities in the development of grammatical and lexical structures with special reference to Japanese and Korean. We mainly focused on modal auxiliaries, negation, and continuative aspect adverbs.
    On modal auxiliaries, we have found that although modal auxiliaries in English and its related languages show developments from deontic to epistemic senses, we cannot find the same directionality in Japanese and Korean. In fact epistemic meanings seem to have been predominant in modal auxiliaries in Old Japanese and they became disambiguated in the course of development. The same is arguably true of Korean. We argued that such difference in directionality of development derives from the difference in source categories of modal auxiliaries. We also argued that cultural-typological factor may also be involved in the disambiguation patterns in Japanese and Korean modal auxiliaries.
    As for negation, we have shown that while Korean sentential negation developed along the line of Jespersen's cycle, Japanese sentential negation does not show the similar cyclic pattern of development. This is due to the difference in source categories of sentence negators. As Korean recruited an adverbial element, its position is more likely to be affected by functional considerations. On the other hand, as Japanese negator was originally a predicate and Japanese language is rigidly verb-final, it was very unlikely to undergo change of positions or roles according to Jespersen's cycle.
    Finally, we have pointed out that semantic extension of mada in Japanese and still in English is different and this difference is caused by the difference in the type of meaning original words express. We have also shown that this difference can explain a variety of time-relationship adverb systems not only in Japanese and English, but also in Korean and German.

  25. Regionality of Asian languages and their universality in cognitive-semantic structures

    Grant number:16520224  2004 - 2006

    SATO Shigeru

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    This study is an investigation into regionality of Asian languages and their universality in cognitive-semantic structures. Through analysis of lexical and grammatical structures of various Asian languages we capture regional similarities and differences and express it in a computational model of universal semantic network system. First, we stipulate from the data we accumulated what we have obtained in our previous studies in linguistic typology and comparative lexicology. Then we also construct a machine readable tagged corpus from electronic text of Japanese and Korean and written text of South Asian languages, which is utilized to systematically analyze lexical and grammatical structures and to point out existing systematic similarities among the languages in spite of the geographical and typological distance. In collaboration with brain scientists we also deal with fMRI data of grammatical phenomena as a biological foundation of regionality and universality of cognitive/semantic structures.

  26. Theoretical and Practical Investigation of the Relationship Among Culture, Language, and Interaction in Asia

    Grant number:15320054  2003 - 2005

    IDE Sachiko

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    In an attempt to better understand the cultural basis of discourse, This group held seven research meetings to discuss the types of discourse which reveal the cultural backgrounds of speakers. In our search for ways to gather data that would enable us to explore the role of culture in discourse, we examined previously gathered corpora, including the "map corpus" and the "call home" corpus. Ultimately, we decided to collect a new data set using as a reference the "Pear Story" and "Frog Story" corpora that were gathered in the United States in the 1970s and 1980s and that included a comparison across languages. We used the story of "Mr.O" and decided to collect data from a number of languages (Japanese, English, Korean. Chinese, and Thai). The research design included videorecording of the data as well as DAT recordings. A pilot study was undertaken in early March.
    <Heisei 16>
    Employing the research design devised the previous year, the group began collecting data. The data gather included three tasks : 1) construction of a story in pairs ; 2) narrative ; and 3) spontaneous conversation about an occurrence that surprised the participants. The data was gathered in pairs, with 26 pairs of Japanese, 22 Americans, and 4 each of Chinese and Korean. Through the help of IR Aruto, the data was transcribed. The Japanese data was transcribed : 1) in Kanji and kana letters ; 2) as well as the roman alphabet ; and 3) including markings for overlapping talk. Following the collection of the data, closed workshops and special meetings were held to reflect on and discuss the results. We also decided to present the data as a panel at the International Pragmatics Conference to be held in the following year.
    <Heisei 17>
    We held a closed workshop to further discuss the data. In addition, we presented our results both within and outside of Japan by organizing a panel at the 9th International Pragmatics Conference (the conference venue was Italy) and by organizing and taking part in the 7th International Forum on Language, the Brain, and Cognition (co-sponsored by the Japan Women's University and Toohoku University and held at the Shinsensankan at Japan Women's University). We also made preparations to set up a homepage for our data and to publish our results for an even wider audience.

  27. A Typological Study of the Influence of Language Contact on Lexico-Grammatical Structures : A Contrastive Study of Japanese, Korean, and Vietnamese

    Grant number:15520242  2003 - 2005

    HORIE Kaoru

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    The major research findings gained through this study include the following :
    (1)Grammaticalization patterns between Japanese and Korean :
    Both languages belong to the same morphological type (agglutinating languages) and grammaticalization patterns exhibit similarities. However, under closer scrutiny, the two languages exhibit subtle differences (Horie 2003, Ishihara, Horie, and Pardeshi, in press).
    (2)Polyfunctionality phenomena observed in Japanese, Korean, and Vietnamese :
    Polyfunctionality is a commonly observed phenomenon in East and South East Asian languages (Yap, Matthews, and Horie 2004). Japanese, Korean, and Vietnamese commonly manifest a grammaticalization phenomenon of transitive marking, which shows polyfunctionality and is subject to varying interpretations contextually (Horie and Murakami, in press).
    (3)Subjectification phenomena in the grammaticalized constructions in Japanese :
    Japanese exhibits a semantic-pragmatic change known as "subjectification" (Traugott 2003) in its grammaticalized constructions (Horie and Shimura 2003, Horie and Kondo 2004).

  28. Semantic conflation of verb meanings into constructions : An approach from dcognitive typology

    Grant number:13610550  2001 - 2003

    ONO Naoyuki

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    This research project has been conducted to explore the idea that there are some typological differences and similarities between langauges in terms of the semantic conflation of lexical (verb) meanigs with particular constructions. We have addressed the following research questions:
    (i)Are there any schematic constructions that serve to integrate lexical meanings of verbs with particular grammatical constructions, e.g. passives, resultatives, locative inversions, etc?
    (ii)How do we detect some typological differences in the conflation patterns?
    We have tried to answer these questions by investigating data mostly from Japanese and English, the languages allegedly show systematic typological discrepancies in many aspects. In addition, some evidence has been presented from Korean data, which is said to be similar to the former from typological point of view.
    Our main discussions are centered on the Locative Inversion Construction and the Passive (Resultative) Construction. We have shown how schematic cores of the constuctions are used to build up the constructions in question. As for the Locative Inversion, the schematic core of location and existence plays a crucial role in conflating verb meanings into the construction. But there are some classes of verbs in both languages that seem to incompatible with the location and existence schema. We have claimed that a cognitive process like natural inference is at work when a mismatch takes place between lexical and constructional meanings. As for the passive construction, we have scrutinized the so-called indirect passive in Japanese, in relation with the resultative construction in English. They share the causative schema for semantic conflation. This leads us to the conclusion that the two construtions, although they seem to be distinct in form, show certain parallelisms under careful observation.

  29. Study on Grammaticalization of Negation: From the viewpoints of Cognitive Linguistics and Linguistic Typology.

    Grant number:13610654  2001 - 2002

    MORIYA Tetsuharu

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    1. Study on coexistence of two forms of negation in Japanese and Korean: In Korean, two forms of sentence Negation coexist while in Japanese, there is only one form, although it once had another form in Old Japanese. We have made it clear that this difference is rooted in the Semantic Typological difference of the two languages: Korean tends toward less ambiguity and Japanese tends toward polyfunctionality. Because of the difference, the older form of sentence negation is preserved in Korean, with a slight functional difference from the newer one. On the other hand, Japanese older form of negation is completely displaced by the newer form, which plays more varied roles than that of Korean.
    2. Study on coexistence of two forms of negation in Kansai Dialect of Japanese: Similar to Korean, Kansai dialect of Japanese has two forms of negation. Be have explicated that the difference of the two forms can be explained based on iconic principles as in the case of Korean.
    3. Study on correlation between negation and time-relationship adverbs: We have explicated that original meanings of time-relationship adverbs, such as already and still affect whether they can be used in negative sentence. Those originated from concrete concepts such as space cannot occur in the scope of negation while those originated from more abstract concepts such as time can. This tendency is true of all the four languages we have investigated: Japanese, Korean, English, and German. We argued that this is because concrete meaning is incompatible with irrealis meaning of negation. This phenomenon exemplifies the case where the process of grammaticalization is constrained by the original meaning of the root morpheme.

  30. A Theoretical and Empirical Study of the Relationship among Culture, Interaction and Language

    Grant number:13610667  2001 - 2002

    IDE Sachiko

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    Four closed workshops were held at Japan Women's University 2001 through 2002 to have a discussion on this research project aiong investigators and cooperative researches from abroad. In 2001, we have two open workshops at the Japanese Association of Sociolinguistic Science Conferences and we invited two researchers in the field of anthropological linguistics, Dr. Jane Hill from University of Arizona and Dr. Asif Agha from University of Pennsylvania, to the workshop and had a fruitful outcome for the discussion on the form and grammar in interaction based on the notion of linguistic ideology. As the main outcome of this project, the book, Culture, Interaction, and Language eds. by Kuniyoshi Kataoka and Sachiko Ide was published by Hitsuji Shobo in 2002.
    Each investigator has made progress in his/her research on linguistic phenomena of East Asian languages to claim that they cannot be explained from the theoretical framework by western languages. The relationship among language, interaction and culture was discussed based on the collected data to explain these linguistic phenomena. The opinions were exchanged at the workshops and the suggestions for further studies were suggested. Each investigator reflected the discussion with the members of this research project into his or her own paper on the book, Culture, Interaction, and Language eds. by Kuniyoshi Kataoka and Sachiko Ide.

  31. A Functional-Typological Study of Discourse Modality Expressions in Japanese and Korean : With Special Attention to the Contrasts between Japanese-Korean and English-Germany

    Grant number:13610648  2001 - 2002

    HORIE Kaoru

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    Grant amount:\1400000 ( Direct Cost: \1400000 )

    (1) There were cross-linguistic differences in terms of linguistic coding ofmodality and discourse modality between Japanese and Korean. Specifically, it was found that Japanese preferentially grammaticalizes discourse modality by means of sentence-final particles, while Korean prioritizes non-discourse modality. This observation was presented in Horie and Taira (2002).
    (2) A semantic contrast in form-meaning mapping, e.g "polyfunctionality vs., semantic specificity" is observed between Japanese and Korean, parallel to the contrast between English and German. This contrast is observed in such grammatical phenomena like complementation and negation in Japanese and Korean. This observation was presented in Horie (2002a), Horie (2002b), and Horie and Moriya (2002).
    (3) The contrast suggested in (2) requires a contrastive analysis of two linguistic communities(Japan and Korea) in terms of cultural values. An approach incorporating linguistic and socio-cultural analyses is thus suggested along the line of Cognitive Typology (Horie 2002c).
    (4) Along the line of (4), a cognitive-typological analysis of borrowing phenomena in Japanese and Korean was presented, suggesting that Japanese is more receptive toward loanwords than Korean (Horie 2002d).

  32. A Fundamental and Empirical Study of the Influence of East Asian Cultures on the Grammaticalization Patterns of East Asian Languages

    Grant number:10610522  1998 - 2000

    IDE Sachiko

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    From the perspective incorporating the insights of sociolinguistcs, pragmatics, politeness theory, and linguistic anthropology, Principal Investigator (Sachiko Ide) has explored an intricate interrelationship between linguistic ideologies unique to East Asian communities, on the one hand, and grammatical phenomena characteristically observed in these communities (e.g. sociolinguistic constraints on the use of personal pronouns, grammaticalized honorifics, sentence-final particles and back-channle behavior frequent in conversational discourse). Ide organized three international workshops investigating the relationship between cultural values (e.g. "harmony") and language use (e.g. sentence-final particles, backchannels) at Japan Woman's University and lectured on her theoretical findings at various international conferences and symposiums (e.g. International Pragmatics Association) as a keynote or invited speaker. Furthermore, as the director of the language planning commission on the use of language, Ide was principally involved in submitting a proposal entitled "Linguistic Politeness for the New Age".
    From the perspective of linguistic typology and cognitive-functional linguistics, Investigator (Kaoru Horie) analyzed the grammaticalization patterns in East Asian languages. Specifically, Horie found that Japanese tends to show one-to-many or many-to-one correspondence between form (structure) and meaning, whereas Korean tends to exhibit one-to-one form-meaning mapping more rigidly. Horie argued that this contrast is correlated with the differential cultural-communicative practices in two linguistic communities. Horie presented the research findings at various international conferences (e.g. International Cognitive Linguistic Association, International Circle of Korean Linguistics. Conference on Conceptual Structure, Language, and Discourse, Japanese/Korean Linguistics Conferene).

  33. 言語の形式と意味の相関関係に関する認知言語学的研究

    Grant number:09710365  1997 - 1998

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    堀江 薫

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    Grant amount:\1300000 ( Direct Cost: \1300000 )

    (1) 日本語の名詞化辞の文法化、および意味的な相互関係に関する認知言語学的研究
    現代日本語の「の」という名詞化辞の多機能的発達を文法化の観点から捉え、さらに「の」と他の形式名詞「もの」、「こと」、「ところ」との意味・機能上の対比を行った。さらに、「もの」、「こと」、「ところ」が文の名詞化、および語構成という異なる文法のレベルにおいて発展させている用法が、それぞれの元来の語彙的意味からの拡張として捉えられることを明らかにした。最後に、現代日本語において名詞化辞「の」と、古代日本語からの名残りである「ゼロ」名詞化辞が、どのような統語環境においてどのような競合関係にあるかをアンケート調査の結果に基づいて明らかにした。
    (2) 日本語の名詞化辞と韓国語の名詞化辞の対照言語学的研究
    現代日本語の主要な名詞化辞「の」、「もの」、「こと」、「ところ」と、韓国語の名詞化辞「kes」、「ki」、「(u)m」との対照を行い、両言語において名詞化辞の選択がまったく恣意的に行われているのではなく、機能的な理由が選択の背後にあるという共通性と、韓国語に比べて日本語の方が名詞化辞と格助詞の融合現象がより生産的に見られ、機能語の多機能的拡張がより著しく見られるという相違の両方が確認された。

  34. A Contrastive Study on Spatiotemporal Cognition in Japanese and Korean Texts

    Grant number:07610511  1995 - 1996

    SATO Shigeru

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    We have obtained the following research results : (1) Electronic corpus construction for text data : the basic corpus was created in the form of computer text files from the raw text data of written Japanese and Korean. (2) Collection of tense/aspect expressions : tense/aspect expressions including the context information were ectracted from the basic corpus. (3) Observations on the temporal-deictic and anaphoric expressions : systematic classification was done according to contextual information with special attention to spatial adverbs and verbs functioning as temporal deixis and anaphora. (4) Formation of a database : speedy sort/search is easy for finding appropriate sample expressions with their context information. (5) Discussions : the investigators had frequnt discussions with other researchers in other institutions, utilizing the Internet and mailing lists, which stimulated and enhanced our present research project. (5) Presentations of research results : we frequently attended domestic and international academic conferences and presented our papers.
    We created an electronic corpus for Japanese/Korean text data, and collected spatial/temporal expressions. By making use of the syntactic similarities of the two languages, we focused our attention on the differences in the cognitive or semantic domain the respective languages cover in the use of tense/aspectual suffixes. Through similarities and differences in Japanese and Korean linguistic data, we have partly succeeded in viewing the systematic nature of spatiotemporal cognition.

  35. 日本語・朝鮮語の名詞化構文の認知言語学的・類型論的研究

    Grant number:07710351  1995

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    堀江 薫

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    Grant amount:\800000 ( Direct Cost: \800000 )

    本研究は、日本語と朝鮮語の名詞化構文を言語類型論・認知言語学の方法論を取り入れつつ記述し、その類似点・相違点を明らかにすることを目指した。その結果以下の諸点が明らかになった。
    (1)日本語の名詞化構文・連体修飾節に用いられる名詞化辞のうち、「の」は、他の名詞化辞「こと」や「ところ」と異なり、語彙的な意味の残存度がより一層少なく、このことが、「の」が極めて広範囲にわたる名詞化構文において用いられる原因になっている。
    (2)朝鮮語の名詞化構文においては、名詞化辞「kes」がかなり広範囲に用いられているが、日本語の「の」と異なり、「kes」には『もの・こと』といった語彙的な意味が残存しているため、分裂文(日本語:【昨日いらっしゃったの】は田中先生ですか?)や主要部内在型関係節(日本語:【りんごがむいてあったの】を誰が食べたの?)といった構文への生起が妨げられる傾向が見られる。
    (3)ただし、朝鮮語の「kes」は、使用範囲が個人によってかなり異なる傾向があり、日本語の「の」と同じように分裂文・主要部内在型関係節における「kes」の使用を容認する母語話者も少数であるが存在することが聞き取り調査の結果確認された。この傾向があくまで一部の母語話者にとどまるか、あるいはより広い範囲に広がるかは、言語表現の文法化・形式化という観点から非常に興味深い重要な問題である。
    以上の調査結果をふまえて、今後は中国語・英語の名詞化構文をも考察対象に加えて名詞化構文の類型化・記述をさらに精密なものにしていきたいと考えている。

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Teaching Experience (On-campus) 9

  1. Academic English Intermediate

    2011

  2. Academic English Basic

    2011

  3. Academic English Intermediate

    2011

  4. Academic English Survival

    2011

  5. Academic English Seminar

    2011

  6. Academic English Advanced

    2011

  7. Academic English Communication

    2011

  8. Academic English Advanced

    2011

  9. Academic English Advanced

    2011

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Teaching Experience (Off-campus) 2

  1. Cognitive Linguistics

    2010.8

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    Level:Postgraduate 

    I taught the lectures on Cognitive Typology, which combines insights and findings of Cognitive Linguistics and Linguistic Typology.

  2. New Trends in Linguistic Typology

    2013.3

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    Level:Postgraduate  Country:Japan

 

Social Contribution 5

  1. program officer, the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science

    Role(s):Advisor, Organizing member, Report writing

    2014.4 - 2017.3

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    Advising on the grant-in-aid review process and selecting the referees and evaluating their performance

  2. National Institute of Japanese Language and Linguistics, Visiting Professor and Visiting Scholar

    Role(s):Organizing member, Investigater

    2014.9

  3. 日本言語学会夏期講座講師(担当科目:「認知言語学」)

    2010.8

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    夏期言語学講座において「認知言語学」の講義を担当した。

  4. 東京言語研究所春季集中講義講師(担当科目:「言語類型論の最新展開」)

    2014.3

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    東京言語研究所において「言語類型論」に関する集中講義を行った。

  5. 世界の言語はどのように異なり、類似しているのか? ― 言語類型論と言語獲得の観点から ―

    Role(s):Lecturer

    名古屋大学  令和元年度名古屋大学公開講座 「 多様性の中の均質性、均質性の中の多様性 」  2019.10

Academic Activities 3

  1. JSPS external reviewer

    Role(s):Review, evaluation

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  2005.4

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    Type:Scientific advice/Review 

    I have participated in review processes of JSPS grants-in-aid of various categories continuously.

  2. NSF reviewer (Linguistics) International contribution

    Role(s):Planning, management, etc., Review, evaluation

    National Scientific Foundation (NSF)  2006.7 - 2006.8

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    I reviewed and judged proposals (Linguistics) submitted to the NSF (USA).

  3. 国立大学教育研究評価委員会専門委員

    Role(s):Review, evaluation

    大学評価・学位授与機構  2007.4 - 2008.3

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    Type:Scientific advice/Review