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Name
KOIZUMI Masatoshi
Affiliation
Graduate School of Arts and Letters
Linguistic Studies
Linguistics
Linguistics
Title
Associate Professor
Research Fields
  • Linguistics
  • Other(Cognitive Science)
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Research Subjects
  • A field-based cognitive neuroscientific study of the processing of OS-type languages(2010-)
  • Cognitive neuroscientific study of syntactic processing and its application for education(2002-)
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Keywords
brain imaging, syntactic processing, language acquisition, language faculty, grammatical theory, syntax, education
Academic Society Membership
  • The Linguistic Society of Japan
  • The Organization for Human Brain Mapping
  • Linguistic Society of America
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Books

Sentence Structure.[(2001)]KOIZUMI Masatoshi, et al.


Phrase Structure in Minimalist Syntax.[(1999)]KOIZUMI Masatoshi


Barriers.[研究社,(1994)]小泉政利 大石正幸 外池滋生 他


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Original Papers

Psycholinguistic evidence for the VP-internal subject position in Japanese.[Linguistic Inquiry,41,(2010),663-680]Masatoshi Koizumi, Katsuo Tamaoka


Left Inferior Frontal Activations Differentially Modulated by Scrambling in Ditransitive Sentences.[The Open Medical Imaging Journal,6,(2012),70-79]Masatoshi Koizumi, Jungho Kim, Naoki Kimura, Satoru Yokoyama, Shigeru Sato, Kaoru Horie and Ryuta Kawashima


Second-language instinct and instruction effects: Nature and nurture in second-language acquisition.[Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience,23,(2011),2716-2730]Noriaki Yusa, Masatoshi Koizumi, Jungho Kim, Naoki Kimura, Shinya Uchida, Satoru Yokoyama, Naoki Miura, Ryuta Kawashima, Hiroko Hagiwara


Left Inferior Frontal Activations Depending on the Canonicity Determined by the Argument Structures of Ditransitive Sentences: An MEG Study.[PloS ONE,7(5),(2012),e37192-]Inubushi T, Iijima K, Koizumi M, Sakai KL
10.1371/ journal.pone.0037192


Priority information used for the processing of Japanese sentences: Thematic roles, case particles or grammatical functions?.[Journal of Psycholinguistic Research,34(3),(2005),273-324]Tamaoka, Katsuo, Hiromu Sakai, Jun-ichi Kawahara, Yayoi Miyaoka, Hyunjung Lim, and Masatoshi Koizumi


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Review Papers

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2012.07.20
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