NAKAMURA, Chie (中村 智栄), Associate Professor
ResearchMap site: https://researchmap.jp/chienakamura
Personal web site: https://sites.google.com/site/carumakan/publication
My research investigates how language is represented and used in the mind. I am interested in questions such as how language users cope with indeterminacies in language and efficiently generate rich linguistic meaning during comprehension, and how language is processed differently between native speakers and second language learners beyond the differences in the level of general language proficiency. In my research, I use a variety of eye-tracking experimental methods such as eye-tracking in text reading, the visual world eye-tracking paradigm, pupillary dilations (pupillometry), as well as neuropsychological techniques. For the details of my current research projects, please see my personal web site [link: https://sites.google.com/site/carumakan/publication].
Administrative roles: Colloquium coordinator, Publicity committee
Courses: Laboratory English A & B (Spring), Language, Logic, and Mind (Spring), Academic Study Skills A & B (Fall)
Psycholinguistics, Sentence processing, Second language processing