中国語を母語とする上級日本語学習者における中日同形同義語・異義語の聴覚的認知 : 日本語漢字単語の語彙判断課題による実験的検討
Auditory Recognition of Chinese-Japanese Cognates and Homographs in Proficient Chinese Learners of Japanese: An Experimental Test Using Lexical Decision Task on Japanese Kanji Words
The present study investigated the auditory recognition of Chinese-Japanese cognates and homographs in proficient Chinese learners of Japanese. The participants were asked to perform an auditory lexical decision task. in which the phonological similarities and semantic differences between Chinese and Japanese were manipulated. The facilitatory effect of phonological similarity was observed with homographs, and the inhibitory effect of the homographs was observed with words of low phonological similarity. These results differ from those of Fei (2014). who investigated auditory recognition of Chinese-Japanese cognates and homographs in Chinese learners of intermediate Japanese. The findings of the present study suggest that among proficient learners. Japanese phonological representation of high phonological similarity is strongly linked with the Japanese meaning. These results also suggest that the Chinese meaning (inhibitory effect) is activated when Chinese learners process homographs.
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