Masako Hirotani
Masako Hirotani
Associate Professor, Linguistics and Cognitive Science
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Punctuation and intonation effects on clause and sentence wrap-up: Evidence from eye movements
M Hirotani, L Frazier, K Rayner
Journal of Memory and Language 54 (3), 425-443, 2006
The neural mechanisms of word order processing revisited: Electrophysiological evidence from Japanese
S Wolff, M Schlesewsky, M Hirotani, I Bornkessel-Schlesewsky
Brain and language 107 (2), 133-157, 2008
Hirotani, M. (2007). Ph.D. Recipient’s Lecture, Prosody and LF Interpretation: Processing Japanese Wh-questions.
M Hirotani
Phonological Studies 10, 67–68, 2007
Joint attention helps infants learn new words: event-related potential evidence
M Hirotani, M Stets, T Striano, AD Friederici
Neuroreport 20 (6), 600-605, 2009
ERP evidence for different strategies in the processing of case markers in native speakers and non-native learners
JL Mueller, M Hirotani, AD Friederici
BMC neuroscience 8, 1-16, 2007
Context and topic marking affect distinct processes during discourse comprehension in Japanese
M Hirotani, PB Schumacher
Journal of Neurolinguistics 24 (3), 276-292, 2011
Who was the agent? The neural correlates of reanalysis processes during sentence comprehension
M Hirotani, M Makuuchi, SA Rüschemeyer, AD Friederici
Human brain mapping 32 (11), 1775-1787, 2011
Expletives don't move
Z Boskovic, M Hirotani
PROCEEDINGS-NELS 1 (32; VOL 1), 21-40, 2002
Prosodic effects on the interpretation of Japanese wh-questions
M Hirotani
University of Massachusetts Occasional Papers in Linguistics 27, 117-137, 2003
Unintentional interpersonal synchronization represented as a reciprocal visuo-postural feedback system: a multivariate autoregressive modeling approach
S Okazaki, M Hirotani, T Koike, J Bosch-Bayard, HK Takahashi, ...
PLoS One 10 (9), e0137126, 2015
Eye movement behaviour during reading of Japanese sentences: Effects of word length and visual complexity
SJ White, M Hirotani, SP Liversedge
Reading and Writing 25, 981-1006, 2012
Fluency-dependent cortical activation associated with speech production and comprehension in second language learners
K Shimada, M Hirotani, H Yokokawa, H Yoshida, K Makita, ...
Neuroscience 300, 474-492, 2015
Joint attention helps infants learn new words: Event-related potential evidence. NeuroReport: For Rapid Communication of Neuroscience Research, 20 (6), 600–605
M Hirotani, M Stets, T Striano, AD Friederici
Prosodic effect on the comprehension of Japanese wh-question
M Hirotani
Poster presentation at the sixteenth annual CUNY conference on Human …, 2003
Comparison of active and passive electrodes in their optimized electroencephalography amplifier system
V Cencen, M Hirotani, ADC Chan
2016 IEEE EMBS International Student Conference (ISC), 1-4, 2016
JJ McCarthy, M Hirotani, A Coetzee, N Hall, J Kim
University of Massachusetts, Graduate Linguistic Student Association, 2000
Prosodic boundaries in the comprehension and production of wh-questions in Tokyo Japanese
M Hirotani
17th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, 2004
African American English speaking 2nd graders, verbal–s, and educational achievement: Event related potential and math study findings
JM Terry, ER Thomas, SC Jackson, M Hirotani
Plos one 17 (10), e0273926, 2022
Constraints on prosodic structures in the grammar and parser: scrambled sentences in Japanese
M Hirotani
University of Massachusetts occasional papers in linguistics 30, 53-90, 2005
Constraints on prosodic structures in grammar and parser: Scrambled and unscrambled sentences in Japanese
M Hirotani
University of Massachusetts Occasional Papers in Linguistics 29, 1-42, 2005
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