Kiwako Ito
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Anticipatory effects of intonation: Eye movements during instructed visual search
K Ito, SR Speer
Journal of memory and language 58 (2), 541-573, 2008
Intonation facilitates contrast resolution: Evidence from Japanese adults and 6-year olds
K Ito, N Jincho, U Minai, N Yamane, R Mazuka
Journal of Memory and Language 66 (1), 265-284, 2012
Prosody in first language acquisition–Acquiring intonation as a tool to organize information in conversation
SR Speer, K Ito
Language and Linguistics Compass 3 (1), 90-110, 2009
Using interactive tasks to elicit natural dialogue
K Ito, SR Speer
Methods in empirical prosody research, 229-257, 2006
The effects of processing instruction and traditional instruction on L2 online processing of the causative construction in French: An eye-tracking study
W Wong, K Ito
Studies in Second Language Acquisition 40 (2), 241-268, 2018
Informational status and pitch accent distribution in spontaneous dialogues in English
K Ito, SR Speer, ME Beckman
Speech prosody 2004, international conference, 2004
Do explicit instruction and high variability phonetic training improve nonnative speakers’ Mandarin tone productions?
S Wiener, MKM Chan, K Ito
The Modern Language Journal 104 (1), 152-168, 2020
Do syllable-specific tonal probabilities guide lexical access? Evidence from Mandarin, Shanghai and Cantonese speakers
S Wiener, K Ito
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 30 (9), 1048-1060, 2015
Interpretation of contrastive pitch accent in six-to eleven-year-old English-speaking children (and adults)
K Ito, SA Bibyk, L Wagner, SR Speer
Journal of Child Language 41 (1), 84-110, 2014
Prominence perception is dependent on phonology, semantics, and awareness of discourse
R Turnbull, AJ Royer, K Ito, SR Speer
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 32 (8), 1017-1033, 2017
Early L2 spoken word recognition combines input-based and knowledge-based processing
S Wiener, K Ito, SR Speer
Language and speech 61 (4), 632-656, 2018
The interaction of* focus and lexical pitch accent in speech production and dialogue comprehension: Evidence from Japanese and Basque
K Ito
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2002
Impoverished acoustic input triggers probability-based tone processing in mono-dialectal Mandarin listeners
S Wiener, K Ito
Journal of Phonetics 56, 38-51, 2016
Semantically-independent but contextually-dependent interpretation of contrastive accent
K Ito, SR Speer
Prosodic categories: production, perception and comprehension, 69-92, 2011
Linguistics in a science museum: Integrating research, teaching, and outreach at the language sciences research lab
L Wagner, SR Speer, LC Moore, EA McCullough, K Ito, CG Clopper, ...
Language and Linguistics Compass 9 (10), 420-431, 2015
Children’s pragmatic use of prosodic prominence
K Ito
Pragmatic development in first language acquisition, 199-218, 2014
Processing instruction and the effects of input modality and voice familiarity on the acquisition of the French causative construction
K Ito, W Wong
Studies in Second Language Acquisition 41 (2), 443-468, 2019
Brain responses to focus-related prosodic mismatch in Japanese
K Ito, SM Garnsey
Speech Prosody 2004, International Conference, 2004
Effects of multitalker input and instructional method on the dimension-based statistical learning of syllable-tone combinations: An eye-tracking study
S Wiener, K Ito, SR Speer
Studies in Second Language Acquisition 43 (1), 155-180, 2021
Peak alignment and intonational change in Basque
K Ito, G Elordieta, JI Hualde
Proceedings of the 15th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Causal …, 2003
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