(Last updated : 2022-06-25 19:04:20)
  Go Mizumoto
   Department   Kumamoto Health Science University  Center for General Education, Faculty of Health Science
   Kumamoto Health Science University  Division of Speech-Language-HearingTherapy, Faculty of Health Science
   Kumamoto Health Science University Graduate School  Division of Health Sciences, Graduate School of Health Sciences
   Position  Associate Professor
Basic Information
■ Research Fields
Linguistics, Cognitive science (Key Word:Language disorders, Neuropsychology, Language development, Word- and character-level attributes) 
■ Educational Background
Kyushu University, Ph.D. in Linguistics
■ Degrees
1. B.A. in English Linguistics, Ehime University
2. M.A. in Human Science, Ehime University
3. M.A. in Linguistics, Kyushu University
4. Ph.D. in Linguistics, Kyushu University
Academic Achievements
■ Research Interests
1. Language/cognitive performance in brain-damaged patients
2. Developing word-level and character-level attributes and its effects on language performance
■ Selected Publications
1. 2022/03 Article Development of a Speech-Language-Hearing Therapist Self-Efficacy Scale Japanese Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 19(1),pp.25-34 (Collaboration) 
2. 2022/01 Article Effectiveness of one-character hiragana writing training using one-kanji-character keywords The Japan Journal of Logopedics and Phoniatrics 63(1),pp.7-12 (Collaboration) 
3. 2021/04 Article Self-Correction of Lexicalization Errors in Kana Nonword Reading in a Patient with Phonological Dyslexia The Japan Journal of Logopedics and Phoniatrics 62(2),pp.91-98 (Collaboration) 
4. 2020/09 Article Does an impaired lexicon produce legitimate alternative reading of components (LARC) errors in reading Japanese Kanji? Evidence from two-Kanji compound word reading in a Japanese-speaking patient with aphasia Neurocase 26(5),pp.270-276 (Collaboration) 
■ Grants
1. 2018/04~2022/03  Strategic language processing and its background factors in brain damaged people  (Key Word : brain-damaged patients, aphasia, reading and writing disorders, language processing)
2. 2017/04~2021/03  Establishing and developing support system for affection and emotions of severe stutterers  (Key Word : speech-language-hearing therapy, stuttering questionnaire, retrospective approach to spontaneous speech)
Professional Activities
■ Professional Memberships
1. 2003/04~ The Linguistic Society of Japan
2. 2006/01~ Japanese Cognitive Science Society
3. 2010/06~ Neuropsychology Association of Japan
4. 2011/07~ Japan Society of Higher Brain Dysfuction
5. 2011/07~ Japanese Society of Cognitive Neuroscience
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