AOTANI Noriko

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Name
AOTANI Noriko
Affiliation
Tokai Gakuen University
Section
Department of Business Administration Faculty of Business Administration
Job title
Associate Professor
Degree
Master(Arts in Language and Culture)(Osaka University)

Research Areas

 
 

Published Papers

 
An Investigation into How Learning Strategies Affect the Mental Lexicon of L2 Learners
AOTANI Noriko et al.
Proceedings of the 7th CLS International Conference   8-13   Dec 2016
An Asymmetrical Network Model of the Japanese EFL Learner’s Mental Lexicon
AOTANI Noriko et al.
Journal of Pan-Pacific Association of Applied Linguistics   20(2) 95-108   2016   [Refereed]
Profiles of Japanese EFL learners and their acceptance of transfer in word meaning expansion
AOTANI Noriko et al.
Proceedings of the 5th CLS International Conference   14-22   Dec 2012
An Analysis on How Derivation Inferences Instruction Affects Acquisition of Polysemous Senses of Words of Japanese Learners of English.
AOTANI Noriko et al.
Proceedings of the 16th Conference of Pan-Pacific Association of Applied Linguistics   385-388   Aug 2011
On the Significance of Improving Learners’ Metaphorical Thinking Abilities for Language Acquisition
AOTANI Noriko et al.
Proceedings of the 4th CLS International Conference   45-54   Dec 2010

Misc

 
A Project on Developing Undergraduates’ Career Consciousness through an Extracurricular Educational Program
AOTANI Noriko
INTED2018 Proceedings      Mar 2018
An Analysis on the Analogical Semantic Network of the Japanese Adjective 'Omoi'
Bulletin of Tokai Gakuen University   9(2) 67-80   2004
A Psycholinguistic Analysis of the Expansion of Semantic Network of ESL Learners
33, pp9-16    2003
A Psycholinguistic Analysis of the Semantic Network of the Japanese Adjective 'Omoi'
The Bulletin of Tokai Gakuen University   8(2) 51-68   2003
A Study on the Lexical Network of Polysemic Words (II) -- How Japanese Learners of English Acquire Polysemic Adjectives
The Bulletin of Tokai Gakuen University   (7) 75-83   2002

Conference Activities & Talks

 
A Comparison Between L2 Learners’ Conceptions of Their Vocabulary Network and Visualized Representations obtained from a Directional Statistics Model, AMISESCAL
AOTANI Noriko et al.
The Applied Linguistics Conference (ALANZ / ALAA / ALTAANZ)   Nov 2017   
An Asymmetrical Network Model of Basic Verbs in the Japanese EFL Learner’s Mental Lexicon
AOTANI Noriko et al.
FLEAT2015   Aug 2015   
An Asymmetrical Network Model of Synonymic Adjectives in the Japanese EFL Learner’s Mental Lexicon
AOTANI Noriko et al.
ClaSIC2014   Dec 2014   
An Asymmetrical Network Model of the Japanese EFL Learner’s Mental Lexicon
AOTANI Noriko et al.
AILA2014   Aug 2014   

Research Grants & Projects

 
A Psycholingustic Analysis on the Analogical Semantic Network of Japanese Polysemy
Project Year: 2001