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    Imai, M., Saji, N., Asano, M, & Ohba, M. (2017). The role of contrast in constructing the color lexicon: from the initial mapping to later boundary delineation. Paper presented at the symposium “Multiple perspectives on mechanisms of lexical acquisition.”  The 14th International Congress of Study in Child Language (IASCL), Lyon, France (July 17).

    Kita, S., Archer, S., Saji, N. & Imai, M. (2017). Sound symbolism bootstraps language development: Studies on infant word learning and on parental input. Paper presented at the symposium “Lexical properties that bootstrap infant word learning.” The 14th International Congress of Study in Child Language (IASCL), Lyon, France (July 21).

    Matsui, T., Imai, M. Mercier, H. Bernard, S. & Castelain, T. (2017). Young children’s understanding of prosodic cues about speaker confidence: Comparison between Japanese-speaking and French-speaking children. Poster presented at The 14th International Congress of Study in Child Language (IASCL), Lyon, France (July 20).

    Yang, J., Asano, M., Kanazawa, S., Yamaguchi, M. & Imai, M. (2017). Representation of sound symbolism in the infant brain: Investigation using the near-infrared spectroscopy. Poster presented at the18th Auunal International Multisensory Research Forum (IMRF), Nashville, Tenesee, USA (May 19).

    Imai, M. (2016) How young children construct the lexicon as a connected system: The case of color names. Paper presented at the symposium “Beyond the language explosion: What gradual word learning tells us about conceptual development” The 38th Annual Meeting of Cognitive Science Society. Philadelphia, USA. (August 10).

    Imai, M., Lantartzis, K., & Kita, S. (2016). Sound-symbolism Helps Three-year-olds Extract and Retain a “Verbal Essence” Paper presented at the symposium “How Multiple Exemplars and Linguistic Cues Support Generalization in Infants and Toddlers.” International Conference on Infant Studies, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. (May 28).

    Asano, M. Thierry, G., Kita, S., Kitajo, K., Okada, H., & Imai, M. (2016) Neurophysiological Evidence for Sound-Symbolic Sensitivity in Six-month-old Infants. Poster presented at the International Conference on Infant Studies, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. (May 28).

    Imai, M., Murai,C., Miyazaki, M., Tomonaga, M. & Okada, H. (2015). The uniquely human cognitive bias that makes language learning possible
    Protolang 4.  Roma Tre University, Roma, Italy. (September 24).

    Saji, N., Asano, M., Oishi, M. & Imai, M. (2015).How do children construct the color lexicon?: Restructuring the domain as a connected system. Paper presented at the 37th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society. Pasdena, CA.(July 23).

    Imai,M. Asano, M., Thierry, G., Kita, S.  Kitajo, K., & Okada, H. (2015). Developmental Change in the Neural Response of Sound Symbolism Paper presented at the symposium: Sound Symbolism: New  (Insights into its Role in Language Development.  Biannual Meeting of the Society of Research in Child Development. (SRCD)Philadelphia, PA. (March 19). 

    Saji, N.  Oishi,M. Asano, A. & Imai, M. (2015).  The developmental process of organizing a semantic domain: the case of Japanese color word learning.  Poster presented at the Biannual Meeting of the Society of Research in Child Development. (SRCD)Philadelphia, PA. (March 19).

    Asano, M., Kitajo, K., Thierry, G., Kita, S., Okada, H., & Imai, M. (2015). Eleven-month-old Infants Process Sound Symbolism Based on Both Perceptual Integration and Semantic Processing Mechanisms.  Poster presented at the Biannual Meeting of the Society of Research in Child Development. (SRCD)Philadelphia, PA. (March 19).

    Matsui, T. & Imai, M. (2015).  Autistic children prefer to learn a new word from a confident speaker. Poster presented at the Biannual Meeting of the Society of Research in Child Development. (SRCD)Philadelphia, PA. (March 19).

    Murai,C., Miyazaki,M. (2014), Tomonaga,M., Okada,H. & Imai, M. (2014). The origin of a uniquely human thinking bias: The symmetry inference bias in human infants and chimpanzees. Poster presented at the International Conference on Infant Studies (ICIS).  Berlin, Germany. (July 3).

    Asano,M.,Thierry,G., Kita,S., Kitajo,K., Okada,H. & Imai, M. (2014). Developmental Change in the Processing of Sound Symbolism. Poster presented at the International Conference on Infant Studies (ICIS).  Berlin, Germany, (July 4).

    Matsui, T., Sakamoto, K., Ohba, M., Ban, M., & Imai, M. (2014). Two-year-olds prefer to learn from the informant who sounds confident. Poster presented at the International Conference on Infant Studies (ICIS).  Berlin, Germany, (July 4).

    Mutsumi Imai, Michiko Asano, Guillaume Thierry, Keiichi Kitajo, Hiroyuki Okada, Sotaro Kita (2014).  Sound symbolism and arbitrary sound-meaning relationships in language.  Oral presentation at EVOLANG X (The 10th International Conference on the Evolution of Language.)  University of Vienna. Austria (April 14). 

    Saji, N., Akita, K., Imai, M., Kantartzis, K. & Kita, S. (2013). Cross-Linguistically Shared and Language-Specific Sound Symbolism for Motion: An Exploratory Data Mining Approach. Oral presentation at the 35th Annual meeting of Cognitive Science Society(Cogsci2013), Berlin. German. (August ,3).

    Saji, N., Imai, M.(2013). The process of continuous reorganization of a complex semantic domain as children learn new words: Learning of carry/hold verbs in Japanese . Poster presentation at the SRCD 2013 Biennial Meeting, Seattle, Washington, USA. (April 18).

    Ohba, M., Saji, N., Imai, M., Matsui, T. (2013). Care-takers’ Gradual Incorporation of Mimetic Words in Sentential Structures. Poster presentation at the SRCD 2013 Biennial Meeting, Seattle, Washington, USA. (April 20)

    Asano, M., Kitajo, K., Thierry, G., Kita, S., Okada, H., & Imai, M. (2012). Linguistic experience alters the processing of sound symbolism. Poster to be presented at the 53rd Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Minneapolis, USA. (November 16).

    Imai, M., Haryu, E & Okada, M. Progressive alignment in verb learning (2012). Paper presented at the 34the annual meeting of the Cognitive Science Society. Sapporo, Japan. (August 2).

    Saji, N., Akita, K., Imai, M., Kantartzis, K. & Kita, S (2012). The Internal Structures of Sound-Symbolic Systems: The Universal and Language-Specific Portions of Sound Symbolism. Poster presented at the 34th annual meeting of the Cognitive Science Society. Sapporo, Japan. (August 2).

    Ohba, M., Saji, N., Imai, M.& Matsui, T (2012). Developmental Adjustment of Iconic Language in Care-Takers’ Input, Poster presented at the 34th annual meeting of the Cognitive Science Society. Sapporo, Japan. (August 3).

    Asano, M., Imai, M., Kita, S., Okada, H., Kitajo, K., & Thierry, G. (2012). Preverbal infants are sensitive to sound symbolism: Evidence from an ERP study. Paper presented at the symposium “ Relation between sound symbolism and infants’ multi-modal learning” at 2012 International Conference on Infant Studies (ICIS), Minneapolis, USA. (June 7).

    Kitajo, K., Asano, M., Thierry, G., Kita, S., Okada, H., & Imai, M. (2012). Large-scale phase synchrony of brain activity in preverbal infants detecting sound symbolism. Poster presented at the 19th Annual Cognitive Neuroscience Society (CNS) Meeting, Chicago, USA. (April 1).

    Imai,M., Asano,M., Miyazaki,M., Okada,H., Yeung,H., Kitajo,K., Thierry,G., & Kita,S. (2012) Sound symbolism helps infants’ word learning. Paper presented at the 9th International Conference on the Evolution of Language (EVOLANG). Kyoto, Japan. (March 14).

    Kanero,J., Imai,M., Okada,H., & Matsuda,T. (2012) The Role of STS in mimetic-word processing: Sound symbolism or biological motion?  Paper presented at the 9th International Conference on the Evolution of Language (EVOLANG). Kyoto, Japan. (March 15).

    Imai,M., Asano,M., Arata,M., Kita,S., & Okada,H. (2011) Eleven month-old infants detect sound symbolism: Evidence from an ERP study. Poster presented at the 36th Boston University Conference on Language Development (BUCLD). Boston , USA. (November 5).

    Kita,S., Imai,M., & Kantartzis,K. (2011) Universal Sound Symbolism Facilitates Verb Learning and Generalization in Three-Year Olds.  Paper presented at the 12th International Congress For the Study of Child Language (IASCL). Montréal , Canada. (July 21).

    Abbot-Smith, K., Imai, M., & Durrant, S. (2011) Do children find it easier to learn verb meanings for ‘punctual / change-of-location’ actions than for noncausative events?  Poster presented at the 12th International Congress For the Study of Child Language (IASCL). Montréal , Canada. (July 21).

    Saji,N., Imai,M., & Isawa, A. (2011) Iconicity in Lexical Acquisition: How Do Children Understand the Sound-Symbolic Words varying in Degree of Iconicity? Poster presented at the 12th International Congress For the Study of Child Language (IASCL). Montréal , Canada. (July 21).

    Malt, B., Ameel, E., Gennari, S., Imai, M., Saji, N., Majid, A. (2011). Do words reveal concepts? the 33th annual meeting of the Cognitive Science Society. Boston, Massachusetts, USA. (July).

    Imai,M., Arata, M., Kantartzis, K., Kita, S., & Okada,H. (2011). Sound Symbolism Bootstraps Word Learning.  Paper presented at the Biennial Meeting of Society for Research in Child Development, Montréal, Quebec, Canada. (April 1).

    Saji, N., Imai, M., & Isawa.A. (2011) The Role of Lexical Iconicity in Language Development: How Children Understand the Meanings of Sound-Symbolic Words?  Poster  presented at the Biennial Meeting of Society for Research in Child Development, Montréal, Quebec, Canada. (April 2).

    Kanero, J., Imai., M., & Okada., H. (2010) Does Japanese Draw Grammatical Count/Mass Distinction?: an ERP study, The 51st Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, St. Louis. (November).

    Arata,M., Imai,M., Kita,S., Thierry,G., Kantartzis,K., Okada,H(2010) . Sound Symbolism on Touch. Talk presented at the symposium: “Universality and Language-Specificity of Sound Symbolism: The Interplay of Multimodality,Embodiment, and Iconicity” moderated by K.Akita & S.Hirata. The 7th International Conference on Cognitive Science, China National Convention Center, Beijing: China. (August 18).

    Imai, M., Schalk, L., Saalbach, H. & Okada, H. (2010).  Influence of grammatical gender on deductive reasoning about sex-specific properties of animals.  Paper presented at the 32nd Annual meeting of the Cognitive Science Society.  Portland, Oregon.  (August 13).

    Arata, M., Imai, M., Okuda, J., Okada, H. & Matsuda, T. (2010).  Gesture in language: How sound symbolic words are processed in the brain. Paper presented at the 32nd Anuual meeting of the Cognitive Science Society.  Portland, Oregon.  (August 13).

    Goksun, T., Hirsh-Pasek, K., Imai, M. , Konishi, H. & Golinkoff, R.  (2009) The ‘where’ of events: How do English- and Japanese-reared infants discriminate grounds in dynamic events? Paper presented at the 34th Boston University Conference on Language Development, Boston University, MA:USA. (November 6-8).

    Saji, N., Kajita, Y., & Imai, M. (2009) Learning Another Verb System: How the Learner‘s Lexical Knowledge in L1 Influence the Learning Process in L2. Poster presented at the 13th International Conference on the Processing of East Asia Related Languages (ICPEARL)., Beijing Normal University, Beijing, China. (October).

    Imai, M., Saji, R., Saalbach, H., Kanero, J., & Okada, H. (2009) Do classifiers mark the grammatical count/mass distinction?: an ERP study. Poster presented at 13th International Conference on the Processing of East Asian Languages, Beijing Normal University

    Imai, M. , Saalbach, H. & Shalk, L. (2009).  Mrs. Giraffe and Mr. Elephant:The Influence of Grammatical Gender on German Children’s Deductive Reasoning about Biological Properties of Animals. Talk presented at the symposium: “The Interface between Language and Thought:  Current Directions” moderated by D. Roberson & A. Majid.  The 31st annual conference of Cognitive Science Society.  Amsterdam: The Netherland.  (August 30).

    Imai, M., Kita, S., & Kantartzis, K. (2009).  Sound symbolusm fosters early verb leaning in Japanese- and English-speaking children.  Paper presented at the Biennial Meeting of Society for Research in Child Development, Denver, Colorado, USA. (April 4) .

    Imai, M., Saji, N., & Saalbach, H. (2009).  Word learning does not end at fast-mapping: Delineating verb manings among neighboring words in a complex semantic domain.  Paper presented at the Biennial Meeting of Society for Research in Child Development, Denver, Colorado, USA. (April 4) .

    Haryu, E., Imai, M., & Okada, H. (2009) Object similarity foster novel verb generalization in young children. Paper presented at the Biennial Meeting of Society for Research in Child Development, Denver, Colorado, USA. (April 2) .

    Saji, N., Imai, M., Saalbach, H., Zhang, Y. , Shu, H. & Okada, H. (2009).  From object-based category to manner-based category:  Developmental trajectory of children’s verb learning.  Poster presented at the Biennial Meeting of Society for Research in Child Development, Denver, Colorado, USA. (April 4).

    Saji, N., Saalbach, H., Imai, M., Zhang, Y., Shu, H. & Okada, H. (2008). Fast-mapping and reorganization: Development of verb meanings as a system.  Paper presented at the 30th Anuual Cognitive Science Society Meeting, Washington DC, USA. (July 24).

    Schalk, L., Imai, M., & Saalbach, H. (2008).  SHE has a long neck and HE has big ears: How grammatical gender affects the concepts of animals. Paper presented at the 29th International Congress of Psychology (ICP), Berlin, Germany. (July 25) .

    Kantartzis, K., Kita, S., & Imai, M. (2008). Acquisition of universal and language specific sound symbolism. A poster presented at the 11th International Congress for the Study of Child Language. Edinburgh, UK. (July). 

    Saji, N., Saalbach, H., Imai, M, Zhang, Y., Shu, H., & Okada, H. (2007). Learning verbs as a system:  How Child children learn relations among carry/hold verbs.  Paper presented at the 12th International Conference on the Processing of East Asia Related Languages (PEARL).  National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan. (December 28).

    Tsuda, N., Saalbach, H. & Imai, M.  (2007).  The influence of language structure on categorization:  A cross-lingisitc study of carrying/holding events.  Paper presented at the 12th International Conference on the Processing of East Asia Related Languages (PEARL).  National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan. (December 29).

    Schalk, L., Imai, M., & Saalbach, H. (2007). The influence of grammatical gender on children’s conceptual representation of animals. Paper presented at the 13th European Conference on Developmental Psychology, Jena, Germany. (August 22).

    Imai, M. & Saalbach, H. (2007). The role of labels in children’s inductive reasoning. Paper presented at the 13th European Conference on Developmental Psychology, Jena, Germany. (August 23).

    Imai, M.,Haryu, E., Okada, H.,Kajikawa, S, & Saalbach, H. (2007).  Case-marking and argument-number dilemma in children learning an argument dropping language in inferring novel verb meanings.  Poster presented at Biennial Meeting of Society for Research in Child Development, Boston, Massachusetts. (April 1).

    Haryu, E., Imai, M., Okada, H. & Kajikawa, S. (2007). How Japanese children assign thematic roles to nouns in a transitive sentence: From case-marking particles to word order.  Poster presented at Biennial Meeting of Society for Research in Child Development, Boston, Massachusetts. (April 1).

    Saalbach, H. & Imai, M. (2006). Categorization, Label Extension, and Inductive Reasoning in Chinese and German Preschoolers: Influence of a Classifier System and Universal Cognitive Constraints. Paper presented at the 28th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, Vancouver, Canada (July 28).

    Imai, M., Li, L, Haryu,E. Okada, H., Shigematsu, J., Hirsh-Pasek, K. & Golinkoff, R.  (2005). Novel noun and verb learning in young children: Crosslinguistic comparisons of Japanese, English and Mandarin Chinese. Paper presented at the symposium “Acquiring Nouns and Verbs across Languages and Cultures.” The Xth International Congress For the Study of Child Language (IASCL).  Berlin, Germany.  (July 27).

    Kajikawa, S., Sato, K., Kanechiku, K., Imai, M., & Haryu, E(2005). Infant discrimination of similar sounds in words: The more difficult to articulate, the more difficult to perceive? Poster presented at the Xth International Congress For the Study of Child Language (IASCL). Berlin, Germany. (July 26).

    Saalbach, H. & Imai, M. (2005). “Does the classifier system influence young children’s conceptual structure? : Noun extension, property inference, and classification in Chinese and German preschoolers.” Poster presented at the Xth International Congress For the Study of Child Language (IASCL). Berlin, Germany. (July 28).

    Saalbach, H. & Imai, M. (2005).  Do Classifier Categories Structure our Concepts? Paper presented at the 27th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society. Stresa, Italy. (July 21).

    Hirsh-Pasek, K., Golinkoff, R., Maguire, M., & Imai, M. (2005) Facilitating verb learning: What makes verb learning so difficult?  Paper presented at the symposium “Is it really about nouns and verbs?”  The Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development.  Atlanta, Georgia. (April 9).

    Haryu, E., Imai, M., Li, L., Okada, H. & Shigematsu, J. (2005).  Novel verb leanring in Chinese children :  Morphological simiplicity makes verb learning difficult.  Poster presented at the Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development.  Atlanta, Georgia.(April 9).

    Haryu, E., Imai, M., Okada, H., Li, L., Meyer, M. Hirsh-Pasek, K., &Golinkoff, R. (2004).Noun bias in Chinese children: novel noun and verb learning in Chinese, Japanese and English preschoolers.  Paper presented at the 29th Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development.  Boston, MA. (November).

    Imai, M., Haryu, E. & Okada, H. (2004). What helps children to extract relational commonality for learning novel verbs?: Role of object similarity and familiarity.  Paper presented at the symposium “Universal and language -specific factors influencing early verb learning.” 28th International Congress of Psychology, Beijing, China. (August).

    Haryu, E., Li, L. Imai, M. Okada, H., & Shigematsu, J. (2004). Factors influencing the ability to map a novel verb to a dynamic action event: Crosslinguistic comparisons of Japanese and Mandarin Chinese children.  Paper presented at the symposium “Universal and language -specific factors influencing early verb learning.” 28th International Congress of Psychology, Beijing, China. (August).

    Malt, B. C.,Imai, M., Gennari, S. (2004) Origins of Universality and Linguistic Diversity in Naming Human Gait. Poster presented at the Cognitive Science Society. Chicago, IL. (August).

    Imai, M., Haryu, E., Okada, H., Li, L., & Shigematsu, J. (2004) Cognitive and Linguistic factors influencing young children’s novel noun/verb learning. Paper presented at the International Conference on Language, Culture and Mind, University of Portsmouth, Portsmouth, England. (July 20).

    Malt, B. C.,Imai, M., Gennari, S., & Wei, R. (2003) Origins of cross-linguistic similarities and differences in naming.  Poster presented at the 44thAnnual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Vancouver, BC. (November).

    Imai, M., Haryu, E. & Okada, H. (2003). The role of argument structure and object familiarity in Japanese children’s verb learning.  Paper presented at the 28th Annual Boston Conferenc on Language Development.  Boston University, Boston, MA. (November).

    Meyer, M., Leonard, S., Hirsh-Pasek, K., Imai, M., Haryu, E, Pulverman, R., Addy, D. (2003).  Making a convincing argument: A crosslinguistic comparison of noun and verb learning in Japanese and English.  Paper presented at the 28th Annual Boston Conferenc on Language Development.  Boston University, Boston, MA. (November).

    Mueheleisen, V. & Imai, M. (2003). Individuation of abstract nouns in a language lacking overt count/mass marking: The case of Japanese. Paper presented at the 8th International Cognitive Linguistic Conference. University of La Rioha, Loroño, Spain. (July).

    Imai, M. (2003).  Nouns and Classifiers:  Japanese children’s ontology and classification in linguistic and nonlinguistic contexts.  Paper presented at the Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development. Tampa, Florida. (April).

    Haryu, E. & Imai, M, & Okada, H. (2003).  The role of object in young children’s understanding of action verb meaning. Paper presented at the Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Tampa, Florida. (April).

    Haryu,E., Imai,M.,& Okada, H.  (2002)  Young children’s memory for an action event.  Paper presented at the International Society for Study of Behavioural Development.  Ottawa, Canada. (August).

    Imai, M. (2001). Learning proper nouns and common nouns without syntax by Japanese children. Paper presented at the Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development. Minneapolis, Minnesota. (April).

    Haryu, E. & Imai, M. (2001). Fast-mapping is more difficult for verbs than for nouns: Evidence from Japanese children. Paper presented at the Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development. Minneapolis, Minnesota. (April).

    Imai,M., Haryu,E., Saitou,S., & Okada,H. (2000)  How do children assign a meaning of a novel word uttered during an ongoing event?  Paper presented at the 27th International Congress of Psychology.  Stockholm, Sweden. (July).

    Haryu,E. & Imai,M. (2000). Fast-mapping a novel word for a familiar artifact in Japanese children.  Paper presented at the 27th International Congress of Psychology.  Stockholm, Sweden. (July).

    Haryu, E. & Imai, M. (1999). ‘Controlling the application of mutual exclusivity: How do Japanese children assign a meaning of a novel word for a familiar artifact?’ The 2nd International Conference on Cognitive Sciences.  Tokyo, Japan. (July).

    Imai, M. (1999). Different kinds of similarity for classification and inductive inference. The 2nd International Conference on Cognitive Sciences.  Tokyo, Japan. (July).

    Imai, M.& Haryu, E. (1999). How do Japanese children learn proper nouns and common nouns without aid from syntax? Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development. Albuquerque, New Mexico. (April).

    Haryu, E. & Imai, M. (1999).’ Children’s interpretation of a second label for a familiar object: Establishing a mutually exclusive or a subordinate cateogry.’ Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development. Albuquerque, New Mexico. (April).

    Imai, M. & Haryu, E. (1998).  ‘Word learning without aid from syntax: How do Japanese children learn proper nouns and common nouns?’ The 23rd Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development. Boston, USA. (November).

    Imai, M, Iwata, T. & Ishizaki,S. (1997). ‘Uncovering the motivation for metaphorical extensions of Japanese verbs of breaking.  The 6th International Cognitive Linguistic Conference. Amsterdam, the Natherland. (July).

    Yokosawa,K. & Imai,M. (1997). ‘Conceptual Interference on object verification: Effect of Superordinate vs. Thematic Associative Relations.’ ARVO Annual Meeting. Fort Lauderdale, USA.(Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science,Vol.39,1997). (May).

    Imai, M. & Mazuka, R. (1997).’A crosslinguistic study on the construal of individuation in linguistic and non-linguistic contexts.’  Biennial Meeting of the Soceity for Research in Child Development. Washington, DC. (April).

    Imai, M. (1997).’The role of the taxonomic assumption and the shape bias in learning words and learning properties.’  Biennial Meeting of the Soceity for Research in Child Development. Washington, DC. (April).

    Imai, M. (1995). ‘Develpment of a bias toward language-specific categories.’ The 5th International Cognitive Linguistic Conference. Albuquerque, New Mexico. (July).

    Muehleisen, V. & Imai, M. (1995). ‘Transitivity and incorporation of Ground information in Japanese Path verbs.’  International Cognitive Linguistics Association.  Albuquerque, New Mexico. (July).

    Imai, M. & Uchida, N. (1995).  ‘Examination of the taxonomic constraint and the shape bias in Japanese children.’ Biennial Meeting of the Soceity for Research in Child Development. Indianapolis, Indiana. (March).

    Gentner, D. & Imai, M. (1995).’ Linguistic relativity vs. cognitive universals in early word meanings.’ Biennial Meeting of the Soceity for Research in Child Development. Indianapolis, Indiana. (March).

    Imai, M. & Gentner, D. (1993). ‘Early word learning: Taxonomic or shape bias?’  Biennnial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development. New Orleans, Louisiana. (April).

    Imai, M. & Gentner, D. (1993). ‘Learning object names and substance names: Language-based or ontology based?’ Biennial Meeting of the Soceity for Research in Chilld Development.New Orleans, Luisiana. (April).

    Imai, M. & Anderson, R. C. (1991).  ‘Attention during reading lessons.’ American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting. Chicago, Illinois. (April).

    Imai, M., Anderson, R. C. & Willkinson (1990). Moment by moment properties of student’s attention.  40th Anuual Meeting of the National Reading Conference. Miami, Florida. (November).

     





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