KAJIKAWA SACHIYO

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Name
KAJIKAWA SACHIYO
Affiliation
Tamagawa University
Section
College of Arts and Sciences Department of Liberal Arts
Job title
Professor
Degree
null(The University of Tokyo), null(The University of Tokyo), null(The University of Tokyo)

Research Areas

 
 

Education

 
 
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2001
Department of Life Sciences, Graduate School, Division of General Culture, The University of Tokyo
 
 
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1997
Department of Life Sciences, Graduate School, Division of General Culture, The University of Tokyo
 
 
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1995
Department of Psychology, Faculty of Literature, The University of Tokyo
 

Published Papers

 
Use of bound morphemes (noun particles) in word segmentation by Japanese-learning infants
Haryu, E., Kajikawa.S.
Journal of Memory and Language   88 18-27   Jun 2016   [Refereed]
Haryu E, Kajikawa S
Infant behavior & development   35 727-732   Dec 2012   [Refereed]
Fais L, Kajikawa S, Amano S, Werker JF
Journal of child language   37 319-340   Mar 2010   [Refereed]
SATO Kumiko T., KAJIKAWA Sachiyo, SAKAMOTO Kiyoe, MATSUMOTO Hirobumi
Journal of the Phonetic Society of Japan   11(3) 38-47   Dec 2007
In this study, we examined how preverbal infants segment words from fluent speech without any explicit cues. We investigated the development of speech perception in terms of language generality (innate ability) and language specificity (learning f...

Misc

 
Infant discrimination of a morphologically relevant word-final contrast.
Fais, L., Kajikawa, S., Amano, S., & Werker, J. F.
Infancy   14(4) 488-499   2009
Now you hear it, now you don't: Vowel devoicing in Japanese infant-directed speech.
Fais, L., Kajikawa, S., Amano, S., & Werker, J. F.
Journal of Child Language   37(2) 319-340   2010
Acoustic variation of pant hoot calls by male chimpanzees: A playback experiment.
Kajikawa, S. & Hasegawa, T.
Journal of Ethology   18(2) 133-139   2000
Speech overlap in Japanese mother-child conversations.
Kajikawa, S., Amano, S., & Kondo, T.
Journal of Child Language   31(1) 215-230   2004
Japanese listeners’ perceptions of phonotactic violations.
Fais, L., Kajikawa, S., Werker, J. & Amano, S.
Language and Speech   48(2) 185-201   2005