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Yasuhiro Shirai
Yasuhiro Shirai
Other names白井恭弘
Professor, Department of Cognitive Science, Case Western Reserve University
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The acquisition of tense-aspect morphology: A prototype account
Y Shirai, RW Andersen
Language 71, 743-762, 1995
8241995
Discourse motivations for some cognitive acquisition principles
RW Andersen, Y Shirai
Studies in Second Language Acquisition 16 (02), 133-156, 1994
7581994
THE PRIMACY OF ASPECT IN FIRST AND SECOND LANGUAGE ACQUISITION: THE PIDGIN-CREOLE CONNECTION
RW Andersen, Y Shirai
Handbook of second language acquisition, 527-570, 1996
7061996
The acquisition of lexical and grammatical aspect
P Li, Y Shirai
Mouton de Gruyter, 2000
5862000
Primacy of aspect in language acquisition: Simplified input and prototype
Y Shirai
University of California, Los Angeles, 1991
2591991
Is the Acquisition Order of Grammatical Morphemes Impervious to L1 Knowledge? Evidence From the Acquisition of Plural ‐s, Articles, and Possessive ’s
ZP Luk, Y Shirai
Language Learning 59 (4), 721-754, 2009
2582009
The Acquisition of Tense‐Aspect Marking in Japanese as a Second Language
Y Shirai, A Kurono
Language learning 48 (2), 279-244, 1998
2571998
L2 acquisition of tense-aspect morphology
R Salaberry, Y Shirai
The L2 acquisition of tense-aspect morphology, 1-20, 2002
212*2002
Time and motion: Measuring the effects of the conceptual demands of tasks on second language speech production
P Robinson, T Cadierno, Y Shirai
Applied Linguistics 30 (4), 533-554, 2009
1442009
The semantics of the Japanese imperfective -teiru: An integrative approach
Y Shirai
Journal of pragmatics 32 (3), 327-361, 2000
1402000
Does the noun phrase accessibility hierarchy predict the difficulty order in the acquisition of Japanese relative clauses?
H Ozeki, Y Shirai
Studies in Second Language Acquisition-SSLA 29 (2), 169-196, 2007
1362007
外国語学習の科学: 第二言語習得論とは何か [The science of foreign language learning: What is second language acquisition studies]
Y Shirai]
岩波書店 [Tokyo: Iwanami], 2008
124*2008
Where the progressive and the resultative meet: Imperfective aspect in Japanese, Chinese, Korean and English
Y Shirai
Studies in Language 22 (3), 661-692, 1998
1181998
The emergence of tense-aspect morphology in Japanese: universal predisposition?
Y Shirai
First Language 18 (54), 281-309, 1998
1121998
The Acquisition of Progressive and Resultative Meanings of the Imperfective Aspect Marker by L2 Learners of Japanese: Transfer, Universals, or Multiple Factors?
N Sugaya, Y Shirai
Studies in Second Language Acquisition 29 (01), 1-38, 2007
1112007
A multiple-factor account for the form-meaning connections in the acquisition of tense-aspect morphology
Y Shirai
Form-meaning connections in second language acquisition, 91-112, 2004
932004
Inherent aspect and the acquisition of tense/aspect morphology in Japanese
Y Shirai
Argument structure: Its syntax and acquisition, 185-211, 1993
921993
The prototype hypothesis of tense-aspect acquisition in second language
Y Shirai
The L2 acquisition of tense-aspect morphology (LANGUAGE ACQUISITION AND …, 2002
812002
Tense-aspect marking by L2 learners of Japanese
Y Shirai
Proceedings of the 19th Annual Boston University Conference on Language …, 1995
811995
The development of aspectual marking in child Mandarin Chinese
J Chen, Y Shirai
Applied Psycholinguistics 31 (1), 1-28, 2010
742010
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