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著者
Tamaoka, Katsuo
NDC
日本語
心理学
抄録(英)
In the present study on a review on Kana and Kanji processing, the historical background of psychological studies on Kana and Kanji is described to understand how the interactive activation models were developed as a universal explanation for language processing. The early studies on Kana and Kanji script in the 1960s are discussed in the framework of evolutional theories which focused only on the script capability of phonological representations. In the 1970s, studies of Japanese dyslexia found distinct phonological and orthographic routes to assess the mental lexicon by Kana and Kanji. In the early 1980s, neurological studies revealed that the nature of linguistic tasks resulted in a shift of hemispheric specification. In the late 1980s, psychological studies proposed the intricate model that Kana and Kanji processing interactively involve both phonological and orthographic processing. This further developed in the 1990s as the interactive activation (IA) theory and the parallel distributed processing (PDP) theory.
掲載誌名
言語文化研究
13巻
2号
開始ページ
1
終了ページ
18
出版年月日
1994
出版者
松山大学
ISSN
0286-2093
NCID
言語
英語
NII資源タイプ
紀要論文
広大資料タイプ
学術雑誌論文
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Copyright (c) 1994 松山大学
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留学生センター