Research Lab



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Our psycholingusitic lab started to operate on September 28th, 2017. It is currently located at Integrated Research Bldg. for Humanities & Social Sciences, Room 711.

We are studying language in the mind, using various experimental techniques. From time to time, we also make sure to remind ourselves of what our academic and life goals truly are. We educate ourselves on honest research conducts to avoid questionable, not to mention unethical, research practices.

The language of instruction, communication, and research is 99% English. 



Lab meetings

(NOT PROVIDED IN FALL 2019)

Time:  Tuesdays at 18:00

Location:  文系総合館 623

Contents:  Please see our past and near future acitivities here.



Lab schedule




Timeline for students

Sadly, it is not uncommon to see students analyzing data a month before the deadline (and consequently writing the thesis the day before the deadline). It takes time to design a study. It takes time to collect data. It takes time to analyze data. Before analyzing data, it takes time to even master basic statistical concepts. Whatever you do, it takes more time than you think. Please understand 10 steps in completing your thesis:



Current members


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Miki Ikuta   (Master’s program, Humanities)



Research project

Metaphor comprehension process in L1 and L2

Keywords

Interlanguage pragmatics, metaphor, figurative speech, English, French, Chinese (Mandarin)

Message

Before coming to this university, jumping into a scholar field seemed quite challenging, and now I admit, IT IS very challenging. Yet, learning something new is a lot of fun, and this environment makes my perspectives enriched more than ever before. For now, my research theme is Metaphor comprehension process in L1 and L2. If you are interested in anything mentioned above, feel free to talk to me.




Vladimir Rodrigues  (Research student, Humanities)


Research project

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Keywords

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Message

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Resources




opensesame!

Alumni

  • Jinyun Sun  (Master’s program, 2019)
  • Xue Wang  (Master’s program, 2019)
  • Talia Chang  (Master’s program, 2018)


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