OTAKE Takashi

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Name
OTAKE Takashi
E-mail
otakee-listeninglab.com
URL
http://www.e-listeninglab.com
Degree
Ph. D.(University of Texas at Austin)

Research Interests

 
 

Research Areas

 
 
  • Linguistics / Linguistics / Psycholinguistics, Phonetics & Phonology

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Sep 2004
 - 
Today
Director, Basic Research and Development, E-Listening Laboratory
 
Sep 2004
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Aug 2013
Research Associate, Language Comprehension Group, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics
 
Apr 1993
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Aug 2004
Professor, Faculty of Foreign Languages, Dokkyo University
 
Aug 2003
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Aug 2003
Visiting researcher, Language Comprehension Group, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics
 
Aug 2002
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Aug 2002
Visiting researcher, Language Comprehension Group, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics
 
Sep 2001
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Sep 2001
Visiting researcher, Language Comprehension Group, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics
 
Aug 2000
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Aug 2000
Visiting researcher, Language Comprehension Group, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics
 
Jan 1998
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Mar 1998
Visiting researcher, Language Comprehension Group (Anne Cutler), Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics
 
Mar 1997
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Dec 1997
Fulbright Senior Researcher, Dept. of Linguistics, Ohio State University
 
Apr 1990
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Mar 1993
Assistant Professor, Faculty of Foreign Languages, Dokkyo University
 
May 1988
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Mar 1990
Assistant Professor, Dept. of General Education, International Budo University
 
Sep 1986
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May 1988
Assistant Professor, Dept. of Asian Languages and Literatures, Amherst College
 
Sep 1983
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May 1986
Assistant Instructor, Dept. of Oriental and African Languages and Literatures, The University of Texas at Austin
 
Sep 1981
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May 1983
Teaching Assistant, Dept. of Oriental and African Languages and Literatures, The University of Texas at Austin
 

Education

 
Sep 1983
 - 
Jun 1987
Department of Linguistics, University of Texas at Austin
 
Sep 1981
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Jun 1983
Department of Linguistics, University of Texas at Austin
 
Apr 1977
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Mar 1981
Department of English, Faculty of Foreign Languages, Dokkyo University
 

Committee Memberships

 
2001
   
 
Acoustical Scoiety of America, Phonetics Society of Japan, Linguistics Society of Japan, English Linguistics Society of Japan, Cognitive Society of Japan  Editorial member (Phonetics Sociey of Japan) Board (Phonological Society of Japan)
 

Published Papers

 
モーラの時間的属性の再考
OTAKE Takashi
(19) 59-66   2016   [Refereed]
OTAKE Takashi and CUTLER Anne
Language and Speech   56(4) 554-572   2013   [Refereed]
CUTLER Anne OTAKE Takashi and BRUGGEMAN L.
Journal of Acoustical Society of America   132(2) EL55-EL66   2012   [Refereed]
Dajare is more flexible than puns: Evidence from word play in Japanese
OTAKE Takashi
Journal of Phonetics Society of Japan   14(1) 76-85   2010   [Refereed]
Dajare is not the lowest form of wit
OTAKE Takashi
Proceedings of Interspeech 2010 (Makuhari, Japan)   USB 1250-1253   2010   [Refereed]
Competition in the perception of spoken Japanese words
OTAKE Takashi, MCQUEEN James and CUTLER Anne
Proceedings of Interspeech 2010 (Makuhari, Japan)   USB 114-117   2010   [Refereed]
WARNER Natasha, OTAKE Takashi and ARAI Takayuki
Language and Speech   53(1) 1-25   2010   [Refereed]
CUTLER Anne, OTAKE Takashi and MCQUEEN James
Journal of Acoustical Society of America   125(3) 1693-1703   2009   [Refereed]
The role of Japanese pitch accent in spoken-word recognition: Evidence from middle-aged accentless dialect listeners
OTAKE Takashi and HIGUCHI Mari
Proceedings of Interspeech 2008 (Brisbane, Australia)   CD-ROM 1097-1100   2008   [Refereed]
Interlingual near homophonic words and phrases in L2 listening: Evidence from misheard song lyrics
OTAKE Takashi
Proceedings of International Conference of Phonetics Sciences (Saabrucken, Germany)   CD-ROM 777-781   2007   [Refereed]
MURTY Larita, OTAKE Takashi and CUTLER Anne
Language and Speech   (50) 77-99   2007   [Refereed]
On the limits of L1 influence on non-L1 listening: Evidence from Japanese perception of Korean
CUTLER ANNE, KIM Jeesun and OTAKE Takashi
Proceedings of Eleventh Australian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology (Aukland, New Zealand)   106-111   2006   [Refereed]
CUTLER Anne, WEBER Andrea and OTAKE Takashi
Journal of Phonetics   34(2) 268-284   2006   [Refereed]
A role of pitch accent in spoken-word recognition in accentless Japanese dialect: Evidence from Fukushima listeners
OTAKE Takashi and HIGUCHI Mari
Proceedings of Speech Prosody 2004 (Nara, Japan)   41-44   2004   [Refereed]
Phoneme-based word activation in spoken-word recognition: Evidence from Japanese school children
OTAKE Takashi, SAKAMOTO Yoko and KONAMI Y.
Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Spoken Language Processing (Cheju, Korea)   CD-ROM 337-340   2004   [Refereed]
Word activation model by Japanese school children without knowledge of Roman alphabets
OTAKE Takashi and KOMATSU Maki
Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Speech Communication and Technology, (Geneva Switzerland) CD-ROM   2105-2108   2003   [Refereed]
Rhythmic similarity effects in non-native listeningg
CUTLER Anne, MURTY Larita and OTAKE Takashi
Proceedings of the XIV International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (Barcelona, Spain)   CD-ROM 329-332   2003   [Refereed]
CUTLER ANNE and OTAKE Takashi
Journal of Memory and Language   46(2) 296-322   2003   [Refereed]
Submoraic awareness by Japanese school children: Evidence from a novel game
OTAKE Takashi and IIJIMA Akemi
Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Spoken Language Processing (Denver, USA)   2569-2572   2002   [Refereed]
Japanese can be aware of syllables and morae: Evidence from Japanese-English bilingual children
OTAKE Takashi and YAMAGUCHI Yuuka
Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Speech Communication and Technology (Aaborg, Denmark)   141-144   2001   [Refereed]
Recognitition of (Almost) Spoken Words: Evidence from Word Play in Japanese
OTAKE Takashi and CUTLER Anne
Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Speech Communication and Technology (Aaborg, Denmark)   465-468   2001   [Refereed]
MCQUEEN James, OTAKE Takashi and CUTLER Anne
Journal of Memory and Language   45(1) 103-132   2001   [Refereed]
Contrastive studies of spoken-language processing
CUTLER Anne and OTAKE Takashi
Journal of Phonetics Society of Japan   1(3) 4-13   2000   [Refereed][Invited]
A set of Japanese word cohorts rated fro relative familiarity
OTAKE Takashi and CUTLER Anne
Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Spoken Language Processing (Beijing, China)   3 2179-2182   2000   [Refereed]
The effect of kana literacy acquisition on the speech segmentation unit used by Japanese young children
INAGAKI Kayoko, HATANO Giyoo and OTAKE Takash
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology   75(1) 70-91   2000   [Refereed]
Listeners' representations of within-word structure: Japanese preschool children
OTAKE Takashi and YONEYAMA Kiyoko
Proceedings of the XIII International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (San Francisco, USA)   3 2193-2196   1999   [Refereed]
OTAKE Takashi and CUTLER Anne
Journal of Phonetics   27(3) 229-253   1999   [Refereed]
CUTLER ANNE and OTAKE Takashi
Journal of Acoustical Society of America   105(3) 1877-1888   1999   [Refereed]
Non-native listeners' representations of within-word structure
OTAKE Takashi, YONEYAMA Kiyoko and MAKI Hideki
Proceedings of the Sixteenth International Congress on Acoustics and the 135th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America (Seattle, USA)   2 2067-2068   1998   [Refereed]
Can a moraic nasal occur word-initially in Japanese?
OTAKE Takashi and YONEYAMA Kiyoko
Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Spoken Language Processing (Philadelphia, USA)   3 2454-2457   1996   [Refereed]
The processing of word prosody in Japanese
CUTLER ANNE and OTAKE Takashi
Proceedings of the Sixth Australian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology, (Adelaide, Australia)   599-604   1996   [Refereed]
OTAKE Takashi, YONEYAMA Kiyoko, CUTLER Anne and van der Lugt Arie
Journal of Acoustical Society of America   100(6) 3831-3842   1996   [Refereed]
Pitch stereotypes in the Netherlands and Japan
van Bezooijen Renee, de Graaf Tjeerd and OTAKE Takashi
Proceedings of the XIII International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (Stockholm, Sweden)   3 680-683   1995   [Refereed]
A moraic status and syllable structure in speech perception
OTAKE Takashi and YONEYAMA Kiyoko
Proceedings of the Thirteenth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (Stockholm, Sweeden)   2 686-689   1995   [Refereed]
Listeners' representations of within-word structure: A cross-linguistic and cross-dialectal investigation
OTAKE Takashi, DAVIS Sally and CUTLER Anne
Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Speech Communication and Technology (Madrid, Spain)   3 1703-1706   1995   [Refereed]
Mora or phoneme? Further evidence for language specific listening
CUTLER Anne and OTAKE Takashi
Journal of Memory and Language   (33) 824-844   1994   [Refereed]
Mora or syllable? Speech segmentation in Japanese
OTAKE Takashi, Hatano Giyoo, Cutler Anne and Mehler, Jacques
Journal of Memory and Language   (32) 258-278   1993   [Refereed]
Counter evidence for mora timing
OTAKE Takashi
Proceedings of the 16th LACUS Forum   313-322   1989   [Refereed]
A cross linguistic contrast in the temporal compensation effect
OTAKE Takashi
(191) 14-19   1989   [Refereed]
A temporal compensation effect in Arabic and Japanese
OTAKE Takashi
(189) 19-24   1988   [Refereed]

Misc

 
A database of relative familiarity rating for Japanese words with initial overlap
OTAKE Takashi Cutler Anne
Dokkyo Studies in Data Processing and Computer Science   (18) 23-32   2000
Mora of Syllable? Speech Segmentation in Japanese (coauthor)
Journal of Memory and Language   32,258-278    1993
Mora or phoneme? Further evidence for languuge-specific listening (coauthor)
Journal of Memory and Language   (33) 824-844   1994
Journal of Acoustical Society of America   100(6) 3831-3842   1996
Non-native listeners' representations of within-word structure (coauthor)
Proceedings of the International Congress on Acoustics and the Acoustical Society of America   (2) 2067-2068   1998
Journal of Acoustical Society of America   105(3) 1877-1888   1999
Joural of Phonetics   (27-3) 229-253   1999
The effect of kana literacy acquisition on the speech segmentation unit used by Japanese young children (coauthor)
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology   (75) 70-91   2000
Journal of Memory and Language   (45-1) 103-132   2001
Journal of Memory and Language   (46-2) 296-322   2002
Recognitition of (Almost) Spoken Words: Evidence from Word Play in Japanese (coauthor)
Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Speech Communication and Technology   465-468    2001
Submoraic Awareness by Japanese school children: Evidence from a novel game (coauthor)
Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Spoken Language Processing   (2569-2572)    2002
Japanese can be aware of syllables and morae: Evidence from Japanese-English bilingual children (coauthor)
Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Speech Communication and Technology   (141-144)    2001
A set of Japanese word cohorts rated for relative familiarity (coauthor)
Proceeding of the Fifth International Conference on Spoken Language Processing   (3) 2179-2182   2000
Listeners' representations of within-word structure : Japanese preschool children (coauthor)
Proceedings of the XIII International Congress of Phonetic Sciences   (3) 2193-2196   1999
Assimilation of places in Japanese and Dutch (coauthor)
Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Spoken Language Processing   (2) 575-578   1998
Phonological units in speech segmentation and phonological awarness (coauthor)
Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Spoken Language Processing   (5) 2179-2182   1998
Contrastive studies of spoken-language processing (coauthor)
Journal of the Phonetic Society of Japan   (1) 4-13   1997
The processing of word prosody in Japanese (coauthor)
Proceedings of the Sixth Australian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology   (599-604)    1996
Can a moraic nasal occur word-initially in Japanese? (共著)
Proceedings of the International Conference on Spoken Language Processing96   3 2454-2457   1996
Pitch stereotypes in the Netherlands and Japan (coauthor)
Proceedings of the XIII International Congress of Phonetic Sciences   (3) 680-683   1995
Recognition of temporal characteristics of a moraic nasal and syllable structure
(13) 23-32   1995
A moraic nasal and a syllable structare in Japanese (coauthor)
Proceedings of the third International Conference on Spoker Languye Processing   (3) 1427-1430   1994
A segmentation unit in Japanese
OTAKE Takashi
90(108) 385-400   1991
Counter evidence for mora timing
Proceedings of the 16th LACUS Forum   (313-321)    1990
Acoustical characteristic of vocalic sequences in Japanese and English and cross language interference in their production
OTAKE Takashi
Texas Linguistic Forum   (25) 117-142   1989
A temporal compensation effect in Arabic and Japanese
The Bulletin (The Phonetic Society of Japan)   (189) 19-24   1989
The temporal organization of Japanese and its acquisition by English speakers
Proceedings of the third Annual Meeting of the Pacific Linguistic Conference (University of Oregon)   (3) 227-266   1987
Acoustical characteristics of vocalic sequences in Japanese and English and cross language interference in their production
Texas Linguistic Forum (University of Texas at Austin)   (25) 117-142   1989
A Model of Speech Perception in Japanese
Dokkyo International Review   (7) 377-401   1994
A database of relative familiarity rating for Japanese words with initial overlap (coauthor)
Dokkyo Studies in Data Processing and Computer Science   (18) 23-32   2000
Cross linguistic contrast in the temporal compensation effect
The Bulletin (The Phonetic Society of Japan)   (191) 14-19   1989
Consonant gemination and syllable structure of English loanwords
Journal of International Budo University   (5) 101-116   1989
Latent ability to manipulate phonemes by Japanese preliterates in Roman alphabet
Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Speech Communication and Technology, Geneva   CD-ROM, 805-808 
Word activation model by Japanese school children without knowledge of Roman alphabet
Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Speech Communication and Technology, Geneva   CD-ROM, 2105-2108    2003
Rhythmic similarity effects in non-native listening
Proceedings of the XIV International Congress of Phonetic Sciences   CD-ROM, 329-332    2003
Awareness of internal structure of syllable by Japanese-Spanish Bilinguals
Proceedings of the First Meeting of Japanese Society for Cognitive Psychology   34-35    2003

Books etc

 
Handbook of Japanese Phonetics and Phonology
OTAKE Takashi (Part:Contributor, Mora and mora-timing (158-161))
Mouton de Gruyter : Berlin   2015   
Asymmetries in Phonology: An East-Asian Perspective
OTAKE Takashi (Part:Contributor, 第5章 Asymmetry of phoneme perception in L2 listening (93-113))
2008   
Leading Edge Research in Cognitive Psychology
OTAKE Takashi and CUTLER Anne (Part:Contributor, Evidence against "unit of perception (79-104))
Nova Science Publisher, NY   2006   
Handbook of East Asian Psycholinguistics Vol. 2 Japanese
OTAKE Takashi (Part:Contributor, Speech segmentation by Japanese listeners and its language-universality and language-specificity (201-207))
Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.   2006   
Advances in Psychology Research 24
OTAKE Takashi and CUTLER Anne (Part:Contributor, Evidence against "unit of perception (57-42))
Nova Science Publisher, NY   2003   
Phonological Structure and Language Processing: Cross-linguistic Studies
OTAKE Takashi and CUTLER Anne (Part:Joint Editor)
Mouton de Gruyter : Berlin   1996   
Phonological Structure and Language Processing: Cross-linguistic Studies (eds. OTAKE Takashi and CUTLER Anne)
OTAKE Takashi, HATANO Giyoo and YONEYAMA Kiyoko (Part:Contributor, Speech segmentation by Japanese (183-201))
Mouton de Gruyter, Berlin   1996   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Why monolingual Japanese speakers encounter Japanese words in watching Korean TV dramas with subtitles?
OTAKE Takashi
Phonology Forum 2016 (Kanazawa, Japan)   Aug 2016   
Can Japanese preschoolers recognize embedded words?
OTAKE Takashi
International Conference on Phonetics and Phonology (ICPP 2015)   Sep 2015   
Some factors influencing the distribution of embedded words in Japanese
OTAKE Takashi
Aug 2012   
The role of prosody in spontaneous dajare
OTAKE Takashi
Aug 2011   
Dajare is not the lowest form of wit
OTAKE Takashi
Interspeech 2010 (Makuhari, Japan)   Sep 2010   
Some strategies in kakekotoba in Japanese and spoken-word recognition: A case study of dandara
OTAKE Takashi
Phonology Forum 2010 (Shizuoka, Japan)   Aug 2010   
Dajare is more liberal than puns: Evidence from wordplay in Japanese
OTAKE Takashi
International Phonetic and Phonology Forum (Kobe, Japan)   Aug 2009   
The role of Japanese pitch accent in spoken-word recognition: Evidence from middle-aged accentless dialect listeners
OTAKE Takashi
Interspeech 2008 (Brisbane, Australia)   Sep 2008   
Mechanism of "Soramimi-hour" and spoken-word recognition
OTAKE Takashi
Phonology Forum 2008 (Kanazawa, Japan)   Aug 2008   
Interlingual near homophonic words and phrases in L2 listening: evidence from misheard song lyrics
OTAKE Takashi
The Fifteenth International Conference of Phonetics Sciences (Saabrucken, German)   Aug 2007   
Representation of within-word structure and Japanese speech timing [Invited]
OTAKE Takashi
152nd Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America joint with the Acoustical Society of Japan (Honolulu, Hawaii)   Nov 2006   
Phoneme-based word activation in spoken-word recognitioin: Evidence from Japanese school children
OTAKE Takashi
The Seventh International Conference on Spoken Language Processing (Cheju, Korea)   Sep 2004   
Recognition of an onset-rime structure by Japanese monolinguals and Japanese-English bilinguals
OTAKE Takashi
2004 English Phonology Workshop (Seoul, Korea)   Jun 2004   
Can Japanese listeners recognize morae as well as phonemes as word boundary cues?
OTAKE Takashi and SAKAMOTO Yoko
The 147th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America (New York, U.S.A)   May 2004   
A role of pitch accent in spoken-word recognition in accentless Japanese dialect: Evidence from Fukushima listeners
OTAKE Takashi and HIGUCHI Mari
Speech Prosody 2004 (Nara, Japan)   Mar 2004   
Latent ability to manipulate phonemes by Japanese preliterates in Roman alphabet
OTAKE Takashi and SAKAMOTO Yoko
The Seventh International Conference on Speech Communication and Technology (Geneva, Switzerland)   Sep 2003   
No role of prosody in spoken-word recognition: Evidence from middle-aged accentless Fukushima speakers
OTAKE Takashi and HIGUCHI Mari
Linguistics and Phonetics 2002 (Urayasu, Chiba, Japan)   Jul 2002   
Recognition of (Almost) spoken words: Evidence from word play in Japanese
OTAKE Takashi and CUTLER Anne
The Sixth International Conference on Speech Communication and Technology (Aalborg, Denmark)   Sep 2001   
Japanese can be aware of syllables and morae: Evidence from Japanese-English bilingual children
OTAKE Takashi
The Sixth International Conference on Speech Communication and Technology (Aalborg, Denmark)   Sep 2001   
A set of Japanese word cohorts rated for relative familiarity
OTAKE Takashi and CUTLER Anne
Fifth International Conference on Spoken Language Processing (Beijing, China)   Oct 2000   
The mora in Japanese: more a segmentation unit than a lexical access unit
CUTLER Anne, OTAKE Takashi and MCQUEEN James
AMLaP2000 (Leiden, the Netherlands)   Sep 2000   
Listeners’representation of within-word structure: A cross-linguistic study of Japanese and English
OTAKE Takashi
The Seventh Conference on Laboratory Phonology (Nijmegen, the Netherlands)   Jun 2000   
Phonological representation in Japanese and American rap music: Further evidence for mora timing
OTAKE Takashi
The 138th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America (Columbus, Ohio, U.S.A.)   Nov 1999   
Listeners’ representations of within-word structure of native and non-native words by Japanese speakers
OTAKE Takashi and YONEYAMA Kiyoko
The138th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America (Columbus, Ohio, U.S.A.)   Nov 1999   
Listeners’ representations of within-word structure: Japanese preschool children
OTAKE Takashi and YONEYAMA Kiyoko
The Thirteenth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (San Francisco, U.S.A.)   Aug 1999   
Phonological units in speech segmentation and phonological awareness
OTAKE Takashi and YONEYAMA Kiyoko
The Fifth International Conference on Spoken Language Processing (Sydney, Australia)   Dec 1998   
Non-native listeners’ representations of within-word structure
OTAKE Takashi
The 16th International Congress on Acoustics and the 135th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America (Seattle, U.S.A)   Aug 1998   
Listeners’ representations of within-word structure for bilingual Japanese speakers of English and monolingual speakers of Japanese and English
OTAKE Takashi
The 134th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America (San Diego, U.S.A)   Dec 1997   
Listeners' representations of within-word structure [Invited]
OTAKE Takashi
UC Santa Cruz’ Linguistics Colloquium (University of California at Santa Cruz, California, U.S.A)   Nov 1997   
Listeners' representations of within-word structure,
OTAKE Takashi
Johns Hopkins’ Cognitive Science Colloquium (Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, U.S.A)   Jun 1997   
A moraic duration in speech processing in Japanese
OTAKE Takashi
The 133th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America (College Station, Pennsylvania, U.S.A)   Jun 1997   
Can a mora occur word-initially in Japanese?,
OTAKE Takashi
The Fourth International Conference on Spoken Language Processing (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A)   Oct 1996   
Listeners' representations of within-word structure: A cross-linguistic and cross-dialectal investigation
OTAKE Takashi
The Fourth International Conference on Speech Communication and Technology (Madrid, Spain)   Sep 1995   
How can a moraic status be recognized in speech perception?, [Invited]
OTAKE Takashi
The Second Workshop on Processing Consequences of Contrasting Language Phonologies (Trieste, Italy)   Jul 1995   
A moraic nasal and a syllable structure in Japanese
OTAKE Takashi
The Third International Conference on Spoken Language Processing (Yokohama, Japan)   Sep 1994   
Mora and syllables in the segmentation of Japanese [Invited]
OTAKE Takashi
The 25th International Congress of Psychology (Brussels, Belgium)   Jul 1992   
Mora or syllable? Speech segmentation in Japanese
OTAKE Takashi
Workshop on the Psycholinguistic Consequences of Contrasting Language Phonologies (Trieste, Italy)   Jun 1991   
日本語学習者の日本語音声におけるアクセントの影響
OTAKE Takashi
Oct 1989   
Processing Consequences of Contrasting Language Phonologies
OTAKE Takashi
Oct 1989   
Counter evidence for mora timing
OTAKE Takashi
The Sixteenth LACUS Forum (Kingston, Ontario, Canada)   Aug 1989   
A cross linguistic contrast in the temporal compensation effect
OTAKE Takashi
The 117th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America (Syracuse, NY, USA)   May 1989   
A reexamination of the compensation effect in the mora hypothesis
OTAKE Takashi
The Second Joint Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America and the Acoustical Society of Japan (Honolulu, Hawaii, USA)   Nov 1988   
The temporal organization of Japanese and its acquisition by English speakers
OTAKE Takashi
The Third Annual Meeting of the Pacific Linguistics Conference (Eugene, Oregon, USA)   Oct 1987   

Works

 
Processing consequences of contrasting language phonologies
1990 - 1993
Processing consequences of contrasting language phonologies(]G0002[)
1995 - 1997
Processing consequences of contrasting language phonologies
1995 - 2001

Research Grants & Projects

 
Processing Consequences of Contrasting Language Phonologies
Max Planck Society: Research Grants
Project Year: Sep 1994 - Aug 1997
Ministry of Education: Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)
Project Year: Apr 1994 - Mar 1997    Investigator(s): OTAKE Takashi
Ministry of Education: Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research on Priority Areas
Project Year: Apr 1992 - Mar 1994
Processing Consequences of Contrasting Language Phonologies
Human Frontier Science Program: Research Grants
Project Year: Sep 1990 - Aug 1993    Investigator(s): Jacques Mehler and Anne Cutler
A Study on Speech Recognition and Phonology
Development of Phonological awareness by children
Project Year: 1991