日本語
KEIO UNIVERSITY 
Faculty of Economics 
Department of Economics 

Professor 
SUGIOKA YOKO 

Telephone No.045-566-1228  
 

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Other Affiliation
Institute of Cultural & Linguistic Studies  Vice Director 

Career
日本電気C&C研究所嘱託研究員(機械翻訳プロジェクト担当)  1984/12-1986/03 
大学助教授(経済学部)  1986/04-1996/03 
大学学生部委員(日吉支部)  1987/10-1989/09 
言語文化研究所兼担所員  1990/04-Present 
大学通信教育部学習指導副主任  1995/10-1997/09 
大学教授(経済学部)  1996/04-Present 
大学経済学部運営委員  1997/10-1999/09 
大学経済学部運営委員  1999/10-2001/07 
大学経済学部運営委員  2003/10-2005/09 
言語文化研究所運営委員  2004/10-Present 
言語文化研究所副所長  2013/04-Present 

Academic Background
Kobe College  Faculty of Literature  英文学科  1977/03/31  Graduated 
The University of Chicago  The Department of Linguistics  Linguistics  Doctoral course  1984/12/31  Completed  U.S.A. 

Academic Degrees
Ph.D. in Linguistics  The University of Chicago  1984/12/31 

Academic Awards
Linguistic Society of Japan Presentation Award  Rendaku as rule application: An ERP study  2014/06/08  We conducted an ERP (event-related potential) measurement experiment in the violation paradigm to investigate whether sequential voicing (rendaku) in Japanese is a regular process of rule application or is based on lexical memory. When rendaku was applied to words lexically specified to resist rendaku, a LAN component followed by a P600 was observed, while applying rendaku against a phonological constraint known as Lyman’s Law elicited a P600 component alone. Failure of rendaku application where it should apply yielded an N400. Consideration of these results in comparison with the results reported in previous ERP studies on regular/irregular dichotomy in inflectional morphology leads us to argue that rendaku voicing is a regular process involving rule application. 
Japanese Cognitive Science Society Award  Computation vs. Memory in Japanese Causative Formation: Evidence from Agrammatic Aphasics Cognitive Studies,Vol.8,No.1,pp.37-62  2001/06/14  There has been much controversy concerning the mental mechanisms involved in the processing of complex words, especially between the dual mechanism theory and the single mechanism theory over inflectional morphology. In this article we present a new set of data from Japanese causatives drawn from the experiments on aphasic patients, which show that two different types of causatives may involve two different mechanisms of rule and associative memory, thus demonstrating the validity of the dual mechanism theory over the processes of derivational morphology. 
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Research Areas
Linguistics 

Research Keywords
Morphology 
Lexicon 
Syntax 
Generative Grammar 

Research Achievements (Books)
語の仕組みと語形成  SUGIOKA YOUKO  1-212  東京 研究社  2002/10  It is a detailed study of productivity in morphological processes and its place in the grammatical model in relation to the mental lexicon theory. 
英語構文事典  SUGIOKA YOUKO  662-676  東京 大修館書店  2001/05  It surveys the theoretical problems concerning Verb-Particle constructions. 
日本語学の新展開  SUGIOKA YOUKO  167-185  東京 くろしお出版  1989  It discusses how the features of verbs, especially argument structure, is inherited in affixal nominalization. 
Interaction of Derivational Morphology and Syntax in Japanese and English  SUGIOKA YOUKO  1-243  Garland Publishing,New York  1986  'It was originally a U. of Chicago Ph.D. dissertation. Based on careful examination of data in English and Japanese derivational morphology, it is claimed that word formation takes place not only in the lexicon but also in syntax.' 
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Research Achievements (Original Articles and Commentaries)
(MISC) Review or Commentary (other)  Joint  脳科学と形態論--語形成の心的・脳内メカニズム  伊藤たかね・杉岡洋子  漆原朗子編『形態論』朝倉日英対照言語学シリーズ  朝倉書店  4  2016 
(MISC) Review or commentary (scholarly journal)  Joint  「語」は頭の中でどう処理されるか  伊藤たかね・杉岡洋子  レキシコンフォーラム  ひつじ書房  7, 73-93  2016 
Research paper (scholarly journal)  Cross-linguistic influence at the syntax-pragmatics interfacein Japanese/English bilingual first language acquisition.  Satomi Mishina-Mori, Kazumi Matsuoka, and Yoko Sugioka  TheStudies in Language Sciences: Journal of the Japanese Society for Language Sciences  14, 59-82  2016 
Research paper (scholarly journal)  Joint  Derivational affixation in the lexicon and syntax.  Yoko Sugioka and Takane Ito  Handbook of word formation and the lexicon (Handbook of Japanese Language and Linguistics Series)  Mouton de Gruyter  347-386  2016 
Research paper (scholarly journal)  Joint  Rendaku (Japanese sequential voicing) as rule application: an ERP study  Yuki Kobayashi, Yoko Sugioka, and Takane Ito  Neuroreport  25, 1296-1301  2014  10.1097/WNR.0000000000000262 
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Research Achievements (Oral/Poster Presentations)
Symposium workshop panel (nominated)  日本語動詞屈折の処理メカニズム:wugテストとERP実験による検証  国立国語研究所共同研究プロジェクト「日本語レキシコンの文法的・意味的・形態的特性」研究発表会  2015/02/21 
Symposium workshop panel (nominated)  「ひとつまみ」と「ひと刷毛」:モノとコトを測る「ひと」の機能  国立国語研究所レキシコン・フェスタ 3  2015/02/01 
Oral presentation(general)  規則適用としての連濁:事象関連電位計測実験の結果から  日本言語学会第147回大会  2014/06/08 
Oral presentation(general)  モノ名詞に付加して動作解釈を引き出す「ひと」について  Morphology and Lexicon Forum 2013  2013/09/08 
Symposium workshop panel (nominated)  ERP responses to violations in Japanese verb conjugation patterns  The 13th Korea-Japan Workshop on Linguistics and Language Processing  2012/12/01 
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Awards
日本言語学会大会発表賞  規則適用としての連濁:事象関連電位計測実験の結果から  2014/06/08 
日本認知科学会論文賞  Computation vs. Memory in Japanese Causative Formation: Evidence from Agrammatic Aphasics  2002/06 
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Social Activities
東京言語研究所  2013/04/01-Present 
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Memberships in Academic Societies
日本認知科学会  1995/04/01-Present 
English Linguistic Society of Japan  1985/10/01-Present 
日本言語学会  1985/04/01-Present 
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Committee Experiences
English Linguistic Society of Japan  Editorial Board Member  2011/10/01-2015/09/30 
English Linguistic Society of Japan  Editorial Board Member  1997/10/01-2001/09/30 
Journal of Japanese Linguistics  Review Editor  1988-1996 
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