(Last updated : 2021-03-31 13:43:55)
  Suzuki Yuichi
   Kanagawa University  Cross-Cultural and Japanese Studies Department of Cross-Cultural Studies
   Associate Professor
■ Academic conference presentation
1. 2019/08 The effects of blocked and interleaved task repetition on fluency development (The 2019 International Conference on Task-Based Language Teaching)
2. 2019/04 Applied Linguistics perspectives on successful L2 grammar learning (The symposium for ESRC-AHRC UK-Japan SSH Connections Project (Interdisciplinary Approaches to Cognitive Foundations of Successful Second Language Acquisition))
3. 2018/09 A real-time sentence processing task measures L2 implicit grammatical knowledge: A role of procedural memory. Poster presented at CoNSALL (Cognitive Neuroscience of Second and Artificial Language Learning) (Bangor University, Bangor, UK)
4. 2017/09 Does spacing reduce the interference effect? Effects of massing and spacing on the learning of semantically related and unrelated words (Euro SLA27)
5. 2016/09 The relative significance of syntactic knowledge and vocabulary knowledge in second language listening comprehension (The 35th Second Language Research Form 2016)
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■ Book and Papers
1. Papers The role of working memory in blocked and interleaved grammar practice: Proceduralization of L2 syntax  (Collaboration)  2020
2. Papers Empirical feasibility of the desirable difficulty framework: Toward more systematic research on L2 practice for broader pedagogical implications  (Collaboration)  2020
3. Papers Optimizing second language practice in the classroom: Perspectives from cognitive psychology  (Collaboration)  2019
4. Papers The desirable difficulty framework as a theoretical foundation for optimizing and researching second language practice  (Collaboration)  2019
5. Papers The relative significance of syntactic knowledge and vocabulary knowledge in second language listening ability  (Collaboration)  2019
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■ Lecturer and lecture
1. 2019/09 Optimizing second language practice: Repetition is important but how to repeat is more important!
2. 2019/03 Investigations into the neural basis of explicit and implicit second language knowledge
3. 2019/03 Optimizing second language practice in the classroom: Applying insights from cognitive/educational psychology to second language learning
4. 2018/09 Measuring explicit and implicit knowledge: Foundations for second language teaching and learning
5. 2017/11 Assessing implicit knowledge in a second language
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■ Committee and society
1. 2019/04~ American Association for Applied Linguistics Member
■ Research Field
1. 2018 The first IRIS Replication Award Link
2. 2017 Albert Valdman Award (the best article of Studies in Second Language Acquisition in 2017) Link
3. 2014 Language Learning Dissertation Grant
■ Present specialized field
Second Language Acquisition (Key Word:Second Language Acquisition, TEFL, JSL, Psycholinguistics)