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Scholarly Works

Hiroko Yamashita
Professor

2012 Submissions

Invited Presentations/Keynotes

Yamshita, Hiroko. "How We Convert our Thoughts to Words: Sentence Production Research and Language-Specific Questions." Psychology Colloquium. RIT. Rochester, NY. Jan. 2012. Address. *

Yamshita, Hiroko. "Length-Based Phrase-Ordering in Japanese and its Interaction with Canonicality." Cognitive Science Colloquium. University of Buffalo. Buffalo, NY. Apr. 2012. Address. *

2010 Submissions

Formal Presentation

Yamashita, Hiroko. “Teaching a Foreign Language to Deaf Students: Tools, Techniques, and Challenges.” Association for the Department of Foreign Languages/Modern Language Association, MLA. Rochester, NY. June 2010. Presentation.

Published Article

Yamashita, Hiroko and Tadahisa Kondo. “Contexual Frequency as a Predictor for Word-order in Japanese Sentence Production.” Technical Report of The Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers, 2010. Print. *