ORITA, Naho (折田奈甫), Associate Professor
ResearchMap site: https://researchmap.jp/naho_orita
My research has focused on questions of how discourse information is used in language production and language acquisition. More generally, I am interested in questions about how people learn, represent, and process their language from limited resources (e.g., input, memory, and computation). My research has been interdisciplinary: I use computational models, conduct corpus analysis/creation, and run behavioral experiments.
Administrative roles: Coordinator for Academic Lecture Comprehension, Teaching assistant management, Publicity chair
Courses: Academic Lecture Comprehension, Academic Reading, Special Topics in Functional English
Computational psycholinguistics, Language acquisition