Tokyo Conference on Psycholinguistics:

Tokyo Conference on Psycholinguistics (TCP) 2004 (day 2 of 2)

Date: Saturday, March 13th, 2004 Time: 10:00 AM - 5:45 PM

Speaker: Plenary Speakers: Prof. Kenneth J. Safir (Rutgers University), Prof. Lydia White (McGill University)


  • 10:00-10:45
    Duk-Ho An (University of Connecticut)
    "A Floating Analysis of Numeral Quantifier Constructions in Korean and Japanese"
    Chair: Hisatsugu Kitahara (Keio University)
  • 10:50-11:35
    Yukio Furukawa (McGill University)
    "The Specificity Condition is an Instance of Crossover."
    Chair: Hisatsugu Kitahara (Keio University)
  • 11:40-12:25
    Hiromu Sakai, Katsuo Tamaoka, Jun-Ichiro Kawahara,Daisuke Fujiki and Michiko Fukuda (Hiroshima University)
    "Priming and Blocking in the Processing of Japanese Verb Morphology"
    Chair: Yuki Hirose (University of Electro-Communications)
  • 14:00-14:45
    Michiko Nakamura (Nara Institute of Science and Technology), Edson Miyamoto (University of Tsukuba / Nara Institute of Science and Technology) and Shoichi Takahashi (MIT)
    "The Influence of Word-Order and Prosody in the Comprehension of Ambiguous Relative Clauses in Japanese"
    Chair: Yukio Otsu (Keio University)
  • 14:50-15:35
    Jeffrey Witzel (University of Electro-Communications / Sophia University) and Naoko Ouchi Witzel (Kaisei Gakuen)
    "Conceptual Access from the L2 in Less-Fluent and Fluent Bilinguals"
    Chair: Makiko Hirakawa (Tokyo International University)
  • 15:50-16:35
    Chieko Kuribara (Kansai University)
    "Structural Similarity as a Cause of 'Misanalysis' in SLA: How Japanese Learners Analyse the Left-Periphery of English Sentences"
    Chair: Makiko Hirakawa (Tokyo International University)
  • 16:45-17:45 Invited Lecture
    Lydia White (McGill University)
    "Plato's Problem in Reverse: Apparent Lack of Acquisition Despite Presence of Evidence"
    Chair: Makiko Hirakawa (Tokyo International University)
  • Alternates:
    1. Takuya Goro (University of Maryland at College Park / Sophia University) and Sachie Akiba (Sophia University)
      "Japanese Disjunction and the Acquisition of Positive Polarity"
    2. Bosook Kang (University of Connecticut)
      "Trigger for Acquisition of Scrambling"

Organization: Tokyo Conference on Psycholinguistics

Cost: 500 yen

Venue: The North Hall, Mita Campus, Keio University, Mita, Tokyo

Location: Tokyo, Tokyo Metropolis, Japan


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