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Katoh Masako

カトウ マサコ | Katoh Masako
Homepage URL  (1): http://momi.jwu.ac.jp/~katoh
Research field  (5): Neuroscience - general ,  Neuroscience - general ,  Cognitive sciences ,  Foreign language education ,  Linguistics
Research keywords  (3): Cerebral Lateralization ,  Critical Period ,  Language Acquisition and Loss
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (4):
  • 2002 - 2004 Cerebral Lateralization and Language Processing
  • 2001 - 2004 Linguistic Processing and Musical Processing in the Brain
  • 2002 - 2003 Cerebral Lateralization and Language Processing
  • Educational materials (or toys) fostering children's musical (& linguistic) Senses
MISC (23):
  • Music and Language-Their Points of Contact : The Theory of‘Practice’and the Musical and Linguistic Activities of the Brain. Bulletin of the Faculty of Humanities. 2005. Vol.54. 101-118
  • A Comparatine Study of Linguistic Processing and Musical Processing in the Brain. Doctoral dissertation submitted to the Graduate School of Medicine, Kitasato University. 2004. 154
  • "Classification of Aphasia Syndromes on an Anatomical Basis". 12th World Congress of Applied Linguistics(AILA'99). 1999
  • Cultural Barriers to Language Acquisition (Symposium on Bilingualism in the Family and in Education(as a panelist). 1998
  • "Recent Research on the Functions of the Right Hemisphere,". 1995. 30, 35-57
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Books (1):
  • Aspects of the Theory of the Brain and Language
    2004
Lectures and oral presentations  (7):
  • Classification of Aphasia Syndromes on an Anatomical Basis
    (12th World Congress of Applied Linguistics (International Conference Auditorium, Waseda University) 1999)
  • Symposium on Bilingualism in the Family and in Education
    (1998)
  • Errors of Use of 'the' and 'wa' & 'ga' by Non-Native Learners of English and Japanese
    (XVth International Congress of Linguists(Laval University, Quebec, Canada) 1992)
  • An Analysis of Various Type of Errors of the Japanese Postposition Particles ,'wa and Ga.
    (XIVthInternational Congress of Linguists(Berlin,DDR) 1987)
  • Some Phonoligical and Semantic Feature Observed with the Aphasic 's Use of Such Particles as O, Wa, Ga, or Ni.
    (4th World Congress of Phoneticians(神戸ポートピア国際会議場 1983)
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Works (1):
  • Study of a Systematic Curriculum and Syllabus of the English Educational Material for the High School and the University Students of Japan Women's University
    2007 -
Education (4):
  • - 2004 Kitasato University Graduate School of Medicine ,Doctoral Course in Human Medical Science
  • - 1973 Syracuse University Graduate Course in Linguistics ,Linguistics
  • - 1968 Japan Women's University Faculty of Humanities Department of English
  • - 1968 Japan Women's University Faculty of Literature Department of English
Professional career (3):
  • Master of Arts(English Language & Literature) (Japan Women's University)
  • Master of Arts(Linguistics) (Syracuse University)
  • Doctor of Medical Science (Kitasato University)
Work history (14):
  • 2004/04 - Japan Women's University
  • 2000 - 2004 Kitasato University
  • 2000 - (April) to 2004(March) Studying Medical Human Science in the Doctoral Course, School of Medicine, Kitasato University
  • 1998 - Sept. to Dec. 1998 Visiting Scholar, Harold Goodglass Aphasia Research Center,Dept. of Neurology, School of Medicine, Boston University
  • 1994 - 1995 Visiting Scholar, Tokyo University, Graduate School of Medicine [Prof.Yoro's Anatomical Laboratory].
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Committee career (2):
  • 1991 - , 2005, and 2006)
  • Chair of the International Committee of Japan Women's University (in the academic years of
Awards (3):
  • 1991 - Ohashi Award(In memory of the former president of Japan Women's University)
  • 1971 - Graduate Appointment: Syracuse University Scholarship
  • 1966 - Naruse Award (In memory of Jinzo Naruse, the founder of Japan Women's University)
Association Membership(s) (8):
Neuropsychology Association of Japan ,  Japanese Association of Higher Brain Function Disorder ,  Japanese Association of Anatomists ,  Phonetic Society of Japan ,  English Linguistic Society of Japan ,  Japan Association of College English Teachers ,  Linguistic Society of Japan ,  Linguistic Society of America
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