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Book Chapters

Iwasaki, Noriko and Vinson, David P. and Vigliocco, Gabriella (2007) 'How does it hurt, kiri-kiri or siku-siku? Japanese mimetic words of pain perceived by Japanese speakers and English speakers.' In: Minami, Masahiko, (ed.), Applying theory and research to learning Japanese as a foreign language. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 2-19.

Articles

Iwasaki, Noriko and Vinson, David P. and Vigliocco, Gabriella (2010) 'Does the grammatical count/mass distinction affect semantic representations? Evidence from experiments in English and Japanese.' Language and Cognitive Processes, 25 (2). pp. 189-223.

Iwasaki, Noriko and Vinson, David P. and Vigliocco, Gabriella and Watanabe, Masumi and Arciuli, Joanne (2008) 'Naming action in Japanese: Effects of semantic similarity and grammatical class.' Language and Cognitive Processes, 23 (6). pp. 889-930.

Iwasaki, Noriko and Vinson, David P. and Vigliocco, Gabriella (2007) 'What do English speakers know about gera-gera and yota-yota?: A cross-linguistic investigation of mimetic words for laughing and walking.' Japanese-Language Education around the Globe, 17 . pp. 53-78.

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