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creator
Fei, Xiaodong
Li, Haipeng
subject
Sentence Context
Japanese Kanji Words
Auditory Word Recognition
Chinese Intermediate Learners
Orthographical and Phonological Similarities
NDC
Education
abstract
The current study investigated the effects of sentence contextual constraint on auditory processing of Japanese kanji words in intermediate learners of the Japanese language whose native language was Chinese. In the current experiment, the degree of contextual constraint (high vs. low) of a preceding Japanese sentence (with a blank as a placeholder for a target word) and orthographical and phonological similarities of kanji words (i.e., the target words) were manipulated as independent factors. The response time of correctly performed trials in an auditory lexical decision task using the target words was measured. Similar to a previous study in advanced learners of the Japanese language (Fei & Matsumi, 2013), the results of the current experiment demonstrated that cognitive processing of Japanese kanji words that were presented auditorily varied depending on the level of contextual constraint of the preceding Japanese sentence. However, the effects of orthographical and phonological similarities on word processing were different from those observed in advanced learners. In addition, the results in both high and low sentence constraint conditions were different from those in the study of Fei (2015) who used a single word presentation paradigm. The effects of orthographical and phonological similarities on lexical information processing of Japanese kanji words that are presented auditorily appear to be impacted by context regardless of the degree of contextual constraint.
description
This article translated into Japanese is published in the journal Gakushu Shisutemu Kenkyu,Vol.5.
journal title
Theory and Research for Developing Learning Systems
volume
Volume 3
start page
43
end page
58
date of issued
2017-03
publisher
Research Initiative for Developing Learning Systems (RIDLS)
issn
2189-9460
language
eng
nii type
Journal Article
HU type
Departmental Bulletin Papers
DCMI type
text
format
application/pdf
text version
publisher
rights
Copyright (c) 2017 Research Initiative for Developing Learning Systems
department
Graduate School of Education
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