The impact of reduced forms of words on the effect of phonological and orthographic consistency during the comprehension of spoken word in Japanese: Evidence from pupillometry  (with Drs. Benjamin V. Tucker and Juhani Järvikivi)

Phonetic variability of nasals and voiced stops in Japanese across speech styles (with Dr. Benjamin V. Tucker)

Processing disfluent speech and listeners’ anticipations for upcoming words: What are listeners actually doing? (with Dr. Juhani Järvikivi)

Development of Japanese speech rhythm as a second language (with Dr. Hiromi Aoki)


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