Bulletin of the Graduate School of Education, Hiroshima University. Part. II, Arts and science education Issue 52
2004-03-28 発行

第二言語としての日本語単語の視覚・聴覚呈示における親密度

Word familiarity by visual and auditory presentation in Japanese as a second language
Chiu, Yu-Yuan
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abstract
The purpose of this study was to investigate the word familiarity by visual and auditory presentation in Japanese as a second language. 299 Kanji-words and 22 Hiragana-words were adopted as materials in the experiment. The results showed that word familiarity of kanji (Chinese character) by visual presentation was different from that by auditory presentation. The results also indicated that the difference was not observed in relation to word familiarity of Hiragana. It was suggested that in auditory presentation experiments, we should use the auditory familiarity.
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単語の親密度
視覚呈示
聴覚呈示
漢字
ひらがな
word familiarity
visual presentation
auditory presentation
Kanji
Hiragana
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