(2018). The effect of phonological-orthographic consistency on the processing of reduced and citation forms of Japanese words: Evidence from pupillometry. In Proceedings of the 2018 annual conference of the Canadian Linguistics Association.


(2017). The phonetic reduction of nasals and voiced stops in Japanese across speech styles. In Proceedings of the 31th General Meeting of the Phonetic Society of Japan, Tokyo: The Phonetic Society of Japan.


(2015). Rhythm metrics and spontaneous speech in Japanese and English. In Canadian Acoustics, 43(3), 114-115.



More Talks

The time-course of recognition of reduced Japanese words: Evidence from pupillometry with a Go-NoGo task
Nov 5, 2018
Comparing the time courses of lexical processes in L1 and L2 word recognition: A lexical decision eye tracking study with Japanese-English bilinguals
Oct 19, 2018
Does reduction influence the effect of phonological-orthographic consistency? Insights from pupillometry
Oct 11, 2018
Cross-linguistic similarity effects in L1 and L2 word recognition
Sep 25, 2018


I was an instructor for the following course at the University of Alberta:

  • LING 205, Phonetics (Summer, 2018)

I was an instructor for various levels of Japanese courses at the following universities and institues:

  • Conversational Japanese, Summer Institute of Language and Culture, Carleton University (Summer, 2014)
  • Japanese, Interlanguage Language School, The Canadian Foreign Service Institute (2014)
  • Intorduction to Japanese, Université du Québec en Outaouais (2012)
  • Japanese, Ottawa Japanese Language school (2010 - 2014)


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