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Poster & Abstract (PDF:466KB)

"Infancy Research from Asia"

Kick-off Symposium

Co-
sponsored
  • Association for Young Researchers,the Japanese Society for Baby Science
  • Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (S) (16H06319)
  • Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research on Innovative Areas (17H06382)
Date
  • 8th Aug. 2017 10:00~17:00
  • 17:30~20:00 exchange of opinions
Venue
Ikenohata Research Bldg.3F Conference Room
RIKEN Brain Science
(2-1 Hirosawa, Wako City Saitama, Japan)
http://www.riken.jp/en/access/wako-map/
Language
English
Speakers
10:05 - 10:50
Shelley Xiuli Tong (Univ. of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)
"Cracking Chinese orthographic codes: Statistical learning as a key to understanding developmental dyslexia in Chinese."
10:55 - 11:35
Masahiro Imafuku (JSPS postdoctral fellow/ Univ. of Tokyo, Japan)
"The perception-production link and eye contact effects in infant’s vocal imitation."
12:50 - 13:30
Hoshinori Kanazawa (JSPS postdoctral fellow/ Univ. of Tokyo, Japan)
"Embodiment and sensorimotor interaction in early developmental stage."
13:30 - 14:15
Youngon Choi (Chung-Ang Univ. Korea)
"Emergence of Korean infants’ ability to discriminate the three-way stop contrasts: Contribution of initial biases and nature of input."
14:20 - 15:00
Ayaka Ikeda (Kyoto Univ., Japan)
"Sensitivity to linguistic registers in Japanese children."
15:20 - 16:05
Chutamanee Onsuwan (Thammasat Univ., Thailand)
"Production and perception patterns of Thai lexical tones: Current data from Thai children, adults, and hearing-impaired individuals."
16:05 - 16:45
Yusuke Moriguchi (Kyoto Univ., Japan)
"Development of executive function during early childhood."