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TitreAcquisition of the takete-maluma effect by Japanese speakers
Année2019
AuteurKawahara, Shigeto
Isobe, Miwa
Kobayashi, Yukino
Monou, Tomoko
Okabe, Reiko
Minagawa, Yasuyo
 
Journal慶応義塾大学言語文化研究所紀要
Numéro50
Pages63-78
Maison d'édition慶應義塾大学言語文化研究所
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Bibtexdata/2019/19091553746.bib
RésuméThis paper reports on an experiment which tested how sound symbolic knowledge is acquired by Japanese children. The empirical focus is associations between certain types of sounds and certain types of shapes. Köhler's (1947) classic study has revealed that the nonce word takete is more likely to be associated with angular shapes, hereas the nonce word maluma is more likely to be associated with round shapes. Later studies generalized this finding in such a way that obstruents are associated with angular shapes, whereas sonorants are associated with round shapes. It remains to be examined, however, how the knowledge of these sound symbolic associations is acquired. The present study thus employs the preferential looking paradigm using eye-tracking technology to examine how the knowledge of these sound symbolic associations is acquired by Japanese speakers. The results show that the sound-symbolic associations at issue hold not only among adult Japanese speakers, but also among 6-year-old children who have not attended elementary school, and even more strikingly, among 2/3-year-old children.

2018/02/16
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