中国語を母語とする日本語学習者における中国語単語の音韻処理に及ぼす日本語の影響 : 中日2言語間の形態・音韻類似性を操作した実験的検討
The Influence of Japanese Language on the Phonological Processing of Chinese Words in Chinese Students Learning Japanese as a Second Language : Operating the Orthographical and Phonological Similarities of Kanji-Words
Japanese learners of Chinese
orthographical and phonological similarities
The role of orthographical and phonological similarities of Kanji-word in native word recognition was examined by using a naming task. In three experiments, Chinese native speakers, an intermediate and an advanced class of Japanese learners of Chinese students were asked to read aloud Kanji-words in their native language. The facilitation effects of orthographical similarity and the inhibition effects of phonological similarity were observed in Japanese learners of Chinese, but not in native speakers. The results provide the evidence that the lexical representation of Japanese is activated when Japanese learners of Chinese process Kanji-words in their native language. These results also suggested that the effects of orthographical and phonological similarities of Kanji-words are caused according to the proficiency in their second language. The present paper shows that the orthographical and phonological similarities of Kanji-words affect on both native and non-native phonological processing.
広島大学大学院教育学研究科紀要. 第二部, 文化教育開発関連領域