Junko Kanero
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How sound symbolism is processed in the brain: a study on Japanese mimetic words
J Kanero, M Imai, J Okuda, H Okada, T Matsuda
PLoS one 9 (5), e97905, 2014
562014
The relation between language, culture, and thought
M Imai, J Kanero, T Masuda
Current Opinion in Psychology 8, 70-77, 2016
402016
Social robots for early language learning: Current evidence and future directions
J Kanero, V Geçkin, C Oranç, E Mamus, AC Küntay, T Göksun
Child Development Perspectives 12 (3), 146-151, 2018
382018
Guidelines for designing social robots as second language tutors
T Belpaeme, P Vogt, R Van den Berghe, K Bergmann, T Göksun, ...
International Journal of Social Robotics 10 (3), 325-341, 2018
352018
Six principles of language development: Implications for second language learners
H Konishi, J Kanero, MR Freeman, RM Golinkoff, K Hirsh-Pasek
Developmental Neuropsychology 39 (5), 404-420, 2014
322014
Second language tutoring using social robots: A large-scale study
P Vogt, R van den Berghe, M de Haas, L Hoffman, J Kanero, E Mamus, ...
2019 14th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI …, 2019
202019
Can a microwave heat up coffee? How English-and Japanese-speaking children choose subjects in lexical causative sentences
J Kanero, K Hirsh-Pasek, RM Golinkoff
Journal of child language 43 (5), 993-1019, 2016
42016
The gesture theory of language origins: current issues and beyond
J Kanero
The Past, Present and Future of Language Evolution Research, 1, 2014
32014
Using a robot peer to encourage the production of spatial concepts in a second language
CD Wallbridge, R van den Berghe, D Hernández Garcia, J Kanero, ...
Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Human-Agent Interaction …, 2018
22018
Do classifiers make the syntactic count/mass distinction? Insights from ERPs in classifier processing in Japanese
J Kanero, M Imai, H Okada, N Hoshino
Journal of Memory and Language 83, 20-52, 2015
22015
Second language tutoring using social robots: L2TOR-the movie
P Vogt, R van den Berghe, M de Haas, L Hoffman, J Kanero, E Mamus, ...
2019 14th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI …, 2019
2019
Who Can Benefit from Robots? Effects of Individual Differences in Robot-Assisted Language Learning
J Kanero, I Franko, C Oranç, O Uluşahin, S Koşkulu, Z Adıgüzel, ...
2018 Joint IEEE 8th International Conference on Development and Learning and …, 2018
2018
L2 teachers’ verbal and nonverbal orchestration in preschools: Implications for educational robots
V Geçkin, E Mamus, C Oranç, J Kanero, AC Küntay, T Göksun
18th European Conference on Developmental Psychology (ECDP 2017), 2017
2017
Observing human tutoring to develop robot-based language lessons
J Kanero, M de Haas, E Mamus, C Oranç, R van den Berghe, J Verhagen, ...
2017
Are we ON the same page? Monolingual and bilingual acquisition of familiar and novel relational language
NR George, J Kanero, DJ Chwilla, DJ Weiss
Philadelphia, PA: Cognitive Science Society, 2016
2016
Individual differences in verbalization predict change detection performance: A new perspective on the language-thought debate.
J Kanero, E Kitrick, K Hirsh-Pasek, K Holmes
CogSci, 2016
2016
Where linguistics meets psychology: Can Talmy's categories of motion events explain how children learn verbs?
J Kanero
Temple University, 2016
2016
2. The nature of the count/mass distinction in Japanese
M Imai, J Kanero
Handbook of Japanese psycholinguistics, 49-80, 2015
2015
How Sound Symbolism Is Processed in the Brain: A Study on Japanese Mimetic Words
J Kanero, M Imai, J Okuda
玉川大学脳科学研究所紀要= Tamagawa Brain Science Institute bulletin, 49-56, 2015
2015
THE ROLE OF STS IN MIMETIC-WORD PROCESSING: SOUND SYMBOLISM OR BIOLOGICAL MOTION?
J KANERO, M IMAI, H OKADA, T MATSUDA
The Evolution Of Language, 468-469, 2012
2012
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