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creator
Tamaoka, Katsuo
subject
parallel distributed processing
PDP
Japanese kanji processing
orthographic, phonoligical and semantic representations
interactive activation
並列分散処理
日本語の漢字処理
書字
音韻
意味表象
相互活性化
NDC
Japanese
Psychology
abstract
Studies applying the parallel distributed processing (PDP) model to Japanese kanji (Ijuin, Fushimi and Tatsumi, 2002a) pre-assume that each kanji interactively connects to orthographic, phonological and semantic representations on one-to-one basis. However, Japanese kanji greatly varies their phonological structure. Thus, Experiment 1 conducted the naming task for single kanji Kun-readings of one to three morae, suggested no difference among three mora length. When the same kanji were presented in hiragana, the mora length showed the effect. Likewise, Experimental 2 conducted the same task for single kanji On-readings of one to two morae with high and low kanji-printed frequency. The result showed no effects of mora length, but there were effects of kanji frequency. This result reversed when the same kanji were presented in hiragana: there were effects of more length, but no effects of kanji frequency. Consequently, single kajji orthographical representations correspond to single kanji phonological representations, supporting the application of kanji processing to the PDP model.
journal title
認知科学
volume
Volume 12
issue
Issue 2
start page
43
end page
73
date of issued
2005-06
publisher
日本認知科学会
issn
1341-7924
ncid
language
jpn
nii type
Journal Article
HU type
Journal Articles
DCMI type
text
format
application/pdf
text version
publisher
rights
Copyright (c) 2005 日本認知科学会
department
International Student Center



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