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  YONEYAMA Kiyoko   Faculty of Foreign Languages Department of English Language(Graduate School of Foreign Languages English Linguistics)   Professor
■ Present specialized field
  English studies, Linguistics, Experimental psychology 
■ Academic background
1. 1989/04~1993/03 Dokkyo University Faculty of Foreign Language Graduated
2. 1993/04~1995/03 Graduate School, Dokkyo University Graduate School, Division of Foreign Language〔Master degree program〕 Completed
3. 1995/09~2002/03 Graduate School, The Ohio State University Linguisticis〔Doctoral course〕 Completed Doctor of Philosophy (United States of America)
4. 2000/12
Degree Acquisition
Graduate School, The Ohio State University Master of Arts (United States of America)
■ Belonging society
1. 2002/04~ Phonetic Society of America
■ Books and Papers
1. Paper Production of an allophonic variant in a second language: The case of intervocalic alveolar flapping.  (Collaboration)  2015/01
2. Paper Voicing effect on vowel duration: Corpus analyses of Japanese infants and adults, and production data of English learners  (Collaboration)  2014/05
3. Paper Deriving functional load of phonemes from a prosodically
extended neighborhood analysis  (Collaboration)  2013/06
4. Paper Durational characteristics of English by Chinese learners of English: A case of the northeast dialect speakers of Chinese  (Single)  2013/06
5. Paper Production of Stress-Related Durational Patterns in Chinese Learners of English  (Collaboration)  2011/09
All display(9)
■ Abroad career
1. 2010/04/01~2011/03/31 Department of Linguistics, University of California, Berkeley


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