ITAGAKI Nobuya

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Name
ITAGAKI Nobuya
Affiliation
Miyagi University of Education
Section
Faculty of Education, Chair of English Education, Department of English Education
Degree
Ph. D(University of Alberta (Canada)), (BLANK), (BLANK)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2017
 - 
Today
Faculty of Education, Miyagi University of Education
 
Apr 2010
 - 
Mar 2017
Professor, Faculty of Education, Miyagi University of Education Graduate School
 
Apr 2000
 - 
Mar 2017
Professor, Faculty of Education, Miyagi University of Education
 
Apr 1989
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Mar 2000
Associate Professor, Faculty of Education, Miyagi University of Education
 
Oct 1984
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Mar 1989
English Literature, Morioka College
 

Education

 
1982
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1984
Linguistics (Psycholinguistics), Doctoral Course, University of Alberta Graduate School
 
 
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1984
Psycholingustics, Graduate School, Division of Linguistic Sciences, University of Alberta
 
1979
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1982
Department of Linguistics, Linguistics, University of Alberta Graduate School
 
1975
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1978
Industrial Administration, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Tokyo University of Science Graduate School
 
 
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1978
Tokyo University of Science
 

Published Papers

 
Computer generation of poems.
Itagaki, N., & Sayeki, Y.
Behaviometrika   2 33-44   1975   [Refereed]
Pragmatic constraints on subject and agent selection. In S. Dik (Ed.)
Itagaki, N., & Prideaux, G.D.
In S. Dik (Ed.) Advances in functional grammar   329-342   1982   [Refereed]
Nominal properties as determinants of subject selection
Itagaki, N., & Prideaux, G.D.
Lingua   66 135-149   1985   [Refereed]
A psycholinguistic analysis of word guessing using cloze procedure.
Itagaki, N., Satomi, K., & Takahashi, M.
ARELE: Annual Review of English Language Education in Japan   5 11-20   1994   [Refereed]
Pragmatic and cognitive constraints on subject selection in Japanese: The speaker's point of view and the spoken and written modes.
Itagaki, N.
Journal of Psycholinguistic Research   23 249-266   1994   [Refereed]
On the developmental trend and elaboration mechanism of metacognitive knowledge: Learners' confidence in word knowledge
Itagaki, N., Saito, Y., & Inomata, M.
ARELE: Annual Review of English Language Education in Japan   7 11-20   1996   [Refereed]
A psychological analysis of errors, revision, and effects of feedback on English composition: Grammatical knowledge, metalingusitic monitoring, and proficiency levels
Itagaki, N., & MacManus, M.K
ARELE: Annual Review of English Language Education in Japan   9 127-139   1998   [Refereed]
An experimental study of incidental learning from English-Japanese dictionaries: Analysis of recall results and self-reports
Itagaki, N., Otsuki, F., & Motoki, Y.
In N.O. Jungheim & P. Robinson (Eds.), Pragmatics and pedagogy: Proceedings of the 3rd Pacific second language research forum (selected papers), Vol. 2 (pp. 71-80)   2 71-80   1999   [Refereed]
Analysis of Motalinguistic Talk in Grammar Exercises: On the Basis of the Theoretical Framework of the Output Hypothesis
Itagaki, N., Sugiyama, M., & Kubota, Y.
ARELE: Annual Review of English Language Education in Japan   14 31-40   2003   [Refereed]
Explicit and implicit second language knowledge on grammaticality judgment task
Suzuki, W., Kubota, Y., Itagaki, N., & Takeuchi, M.
ARELE: Annual Review of English Language Education in Japan   17 11-20   2006   [Refereed]
Learner metalinguistic reflections following output-oriented and reflective activities
Suzuki, W., & Itagaki, N.
Language Awareness   16 131-146   2007   [Refereed]
Incidental learning from English-Japanese dictionaries: Silent reading rather than note taking enhances memory
Watanabe, T., Itagaki, N., Suzuki, M., & Kubota, Y.
In S. Ishikawa, K. Minamide, M. Murata, & Y. Tono (Eds.), English lexicography in Japan   250-259   2007   [Refereed]
The effect of output processing on subsequent input processing: A free recall study
Suzuki, W., Itagaki, N., Takagi, & Watanabe, T.
Teachers College, Columbia University Working Papers in TESOL and Applied Linguistics   9 1-17   2009   [Refereed]
Suzuki, W., & Itagaki, N.
System: An International Journal of Educational Technology and Applied Linguistics   37 217-225   2009   [Refereed]
An investigation into effects of feedback through grammar explanation and direct correction in second language writing.
Suzuki, W., Leis, A., & Itagaki, N.
ARELE: Annual Review of English Language Education in Japan   25 49-63   2014   [Refereed]
小学校外国語活動と中学校外国語教育の接続-言語知識と記憶理論の観点から-
Suzuki, W., & Itagaki, N.
JES Journal   15 68-82   2015   [Refereed]
The effects of an output-based task on subsequent aural input in a Japanese university setting.
Suzuki, W., & Itagaki, N.
In M. Thomas & H. Reinders (Eds.), Contemporary task-based language teaching in Asia   313-327   2015   [Refereed]

Misc

 
A Comparative Study of "Phrase Definition" and "Sentence Definition" of Word Meaning: Empirical Analysios of Word Meaning Guessing
ASIALEX'03 Tokyo Proceedings-Dictionaries and Language Learning: How can Dictionaries Help Human & Machine Learning?   112-117   2003   [Refereed]
Vocabulary Acquisition as Incidental Learning from English-Japanese Dictionaries: On the Basis of Rocognition Tests
ASIALEX'03 Tokyo Proceedings-Dictionaries and Language Learning: How can Dictionaries Help Human & Machine Learning?   409-412   2003   [Refereed]
An Empirical study of the Output Hypothesis : "Hetatalk", "Nothing", and "Hypothesis-Testing"
東北英語教育学会研交紀要   22, 87-99    2002
A Comparsion of J.H. and S.H. JTE Belief-Changes in English Education Through Team-Teaching Experiences
ARELE : Annual Review of English Language Education in Japan   13, 171-180    2002
An experimental study of incidental learning from English-Japanese dictionaries : Analysis of recall and self-reports.
N. O. Jungheim and P. Robinson(Eds). Progmatics and pedagogy : Proceedings of the 3rd Pacific Second Language Research Forum, (Vol. 2)(71-80)      1999
A Psychological Analysis of Errors, Revision, and Effect of Feedback on English Composition : Grammatical Knowledge, Metalinguistic Monitoring, and Proficietncy Levels
ARELE : Annual Review of English Language Education in Japan   9 127-137   1998
On the developmental trend and elaboration mechanism of metacognitive Knowledge : Learneis'confidence in word Knowledge
ARELE : Annval Review of English Language Education in Japan   7    1996
On Metacognitive Knowledge of Word Knowledge as an Achievement of Intentional Learning
30 121-130   1995
A Psycholinguistic Analysis of Word Guessing Using Cloze Procedures
ARELE : Annual Review of English Language Education in Japan   5 11-20   1994
Pragmatic and Cognitine Constraints on Subject Selection in Japanese : The Subject's Point of View and the Spoken and Written Modes
Journal of Psycholinguistic Research   23 249-266   1994
A Psycholinguistics Study of the Sensitivity of Japanese Learners of English to the "Back-Reference" Function of Alternative Orders of Main and Adverbial Clauses
Abstracts of the Presentations of at the 4th International Pragmatics Conference   131    1993

Books etc

 
In S. Dik (Ed.), Advances in functional grammar
Itagaki, N., & Prideaux, G.D. (Part:Joint Work, Pragmatic constraints on subject and agent selection.)
Foris Publication.   1982   ISBN:9070176858
Pragmatic Constraints on subject and agent selection. S. Dik(編)Advances in functional grammar(第15章)
Foris   1983   
The Representation and Coding of Ordered Events : Empirical Studies in English and Japanese (共著)
Liber Press   1994   
In N.O. Jungheim & P. Robinson (Eds.), Pragmatics and pedagogy: Proceedings of the 3rd Pacific second language research forum (selected papers), Vol. 2
Itagaki, N., Otsuki, F., & Motoki, Y. (Part:Joint Work, An experimental study of incidental learning from English-Japanese dictionaries: Analysis of recall results and self-reports.)
The Pacific Second Language Research Forum.   1999   ISBN:44931424031
In S. Ishikawa, K. Minamide, M. Murata, & Y. Tono (Eds.), English lexicography in Japan
Watanabe, T., Itagaki, N., Suzuki, M., & Kubota, Y. (Part:Joint Work, Incidental learning from English-Japanese dictionaries: Silent reading rather than note taking enhances memory.)
Taishukan.   2007   ISBN:4469245224

Research Grants & Projects

 
A Psycholinguistic Study of Sentence Production and Comprehension
Vocabulary Acquisition
Grammar