Junko Kanero

Türkçe sürüm

Junko Kanero

E-mail : jkanerosabanciuniv.edu

Personal web page

Education :

2011 – 2016    Ph.D. in Developmental Psychology and Neuroscience
Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, USA

2006 – 2010    B.A. in Environmental Information
Specializations: Cognitive Science and Arabic
Keio University Shonan Fujisawa (SFC), Fujisawa, Japan

Work Experience :

2019 –     Assistant Professor
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Sabancı University, Istanbul, Turkey

2016 – 2018     Postdoctoral Fellow
The L2TOR Project (European Commission H2020)
Department of Psychology
Koç University, Istanbul, Turkey

Areas of Interest :

developmental psychology, experimental psychology, cognitive psychology, human-robot interaction, psycholinguistics, language

Publications :

Blazhenkova, Olesya and Kanero, Junko and Duman, İrem and Ümitli, Özgenur (2023) "Read and imagine: visual imagery experience evoked by first versus second language". Published Online First https://dx.doi.org/10.1177/00332941231158059
Scott, Molly E. and Kanero, Junko and Saji, Noburo and Chen, Yu and Imai, Mutsumi and Golinkoff, Roberta M. and Hirsh-Pasek, Kathy (2022) "From green to turquoise: exploring age and socioeconomic status in the acquisition of color terms". Published Online First https://dx.doi.org/10.1177/01427237221112499
Kanero, Junko and Oranç, Cansu and Koşkulu, Sümeyye and Kumkale, G. Tarcan and Göksun, Tilbe and Küntay, Aylin C. (2022) "Are tutor robots for everyone? The influence of attitudes, anxiety, and personality on robot-led language learning", International Journal of Social Robotics, Vol.14, No.2, 297-312 (SCI)
Bergmann, Christina and Dimitrova, Nevena and Alaslani, Khadeejah and Almohammadi, Alaa and Alroqi, Haifa and Aussems, Suzanne and Barokova, Mihaela and Davies, Catherine and Gonzalez-Gomez, Nayeli and Gibson, Shannon P. and Havron, Naomi and Horowitz-Kraus, Tzipi and Kanero, Junko and Kartushina, Natalia and Keller, Christina and Mayor, Julien and Mundry, Roger and Shinskey, Jeanne and Mani, Nivedita (2022) "Young children's screen time during the first COVID-19 lockdown in 12 countries", Scientific Reports, Vol.12, No.1 (SCI)
Kartushina, Natalia and Mani, Nivedita and Aktan-Erciyes, Aslı and Alaslani, Khadeejah and Aldrich, Naomi J. and Almohammadi, Alaa and Alroqi, Haifa and Anderson, Lucy M. and Andonova, Elena and Aussems, Suzanne and Babineau, Mireille and Barokova, Mihaela and Bergmann, Christina and Cashon, Cara and Custode, Stephanie and De Carvalho, Alex and Dimitrova, Nevena and Dynak, Agnieszka and Farah, Rola and Fennell, Christopher and Fiévet, Anne-Caroline and Frank, Michael C. and Gavrilova, Margarita and Gendler-Shalev, Hila and Gibson, Shannon P. and Golway, Katherine and Gonzalez-Gomez, Nayeli and Haman, Ewa and Hannon, Erin and Havron, Naomi and Hay, Jessica and Hendriks, Cielke and Horowitz-Kraus, Tzipi and Kalashnikova, Marina and Kanero, Junko and Keller, Christina and Krajewski, Grzegorz and Laing, Catherine and Lundwall, Rebecca A. and Luniewska, Magdalena and Mieszkowska, Karolina and Munoz, Luis and Nave, Karli and Olesen, Nonah and Perry, Lynn and Rowland, Caroline Frances and Santos Oliveira, Daniela and Shinskey, Jeanne and Veraksa, Aleksander and Vincent, Kolbie and Zivan, Michal and Mayor, Julien (2022) "COVID-19 first lockdown as a window into language acquisition: associations between caregiver-child activities and vocabulary gains". Published Online First http://dx.doi.org/10.34842/abym-xv34
Kanero, Junko and Tunalı, Elif Tutku and Oranç, Cansu and Göksun, Tilbe and Küntay, Aylin C. (2021) "When even a robot tutor Zooms: a study of embodiment, attitudes, and impressions", Frontiers in Robotics and AI, Vol.8 (ESCI)
Demir-Lira, Ece and Kanero, Junko and Oranç, Cansu and Koşkulu, Sümeyye and Franko, Idil and Göksun, Tilbe and Küntay, Aylin C. (2020) "L2 vocabulary teaching by social robots: the role of gestures and on-screen cues as scaffolds", Frontiers in Education, Vol.5 (ESCI)
Book Section / Chapter
Imai, Mutsumi and Kanero, Junko, "How classifiers affect the mental representation of entities", Numeral Classifiers and Classifier Languages: Chinese, Japanese, and Korean, Lee, Chungmin and Kim, Young-Wha and Yi, Byeong-Uk (eds.), London: Routledge, February 2021, 197-230
Oranç, Cansu and Baykal, Gökçe Elif and Kanero, Junko and Küntay, Aylin C. and Göksun, Tilbe, "A look into the future: how digital tools advance language development", International perspectives on digital media and early literacy: the impact of digital devices on learning, language acquisition and social interaction, Rohlfing, Katharina J. and Müller-Brauers, Claudia (eds.), London, UK: Routledge, October 2020
Imai, Mutsumi and Kanero, Junko and Masuda, Takahiko, "Culture, language, and thought", Oxford Research Encyclopedias: Psychology, Braddick, Oliver (ed.), Oxford: Oxford University Press, June 2020
Papers in Conference Proceedings
Doğan, Ayşe and Kanero, Junko, "Robots or peers? Evaluating young children's attitudes towards robots using the intergroup contact theory", IEEE International Conference on Development and Learning (ICDL), Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, September 2022, 197-201
Ötenen, Ege and Kanero, Junko, "Locating past and future: the influence of spatial ability on time representation", Culbertson, J. and Perfors, A. and Rabagliati, H. and Ramenzoni, V. (eds.), 44th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society: Cognitive Diversity, CogSci 2022, Cognitive Science Society, July 2022, 3683-3690
Topel, Selin and Kanero, Junko and Saji, Noburo and Göksun, Tilbe, "Walking munu and jumping bibi: sound symbolism in (non)words produced by Turkish speakers", Culbertson, J. and Perfors, A. and Rabagliati, H. and Ramenzoni, V. (eds.), 44th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society: Cognitive Diversity, CogSci 2022, Cognitive Science Society, July 2022, 1630-1635
Akay, Selen and Arslan, Berkay and Bağcı, Çiğdem and Kanero, Junko, ""My robot friend": application of intergroup contact theory in human-robot interaction", 17th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI), Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, March 2022, 665-668
Before SU Publications:

Kanero, J., Geçkin V., Oranç, C., Mamus, E., Küntay, A. C., & Göksun, T. (2018). Social robots for early language learning. Child Development Perspectives, 12(3), 146-151. doi:10.1111/cdep.12277

Belpaeme, T., Vogt, P., van den Berghe, R., Bergmann, K. Göksun, T., de Haas, M., Kanero, J., Kennedy, J., Küntay, A. C., Oudgenoeg-Paz, O., Papadopoulos, F., Schodde, T., Verhagen, J., Wallbridge, C. D., Willemsen, B., de Wit, J., Geçkin, V., Hoffmann, L., Kopp, S., Krahmer, E. Mamus, E., Montanier, J. M., Oranç, C., & Pandey, A. K. (2018). Guidelines for designing social robots as second language tutors. International Journal of Social Robotics, 10(3), 325–341. doi:10.1007/s12369-018-0467-6

Imai, M., Kanero, J., & Masuda, T. (2016). The relation between language, culture, and thought. Current Opinion in Psychology, 8, 70-77. doi:10.1016/j.copsyc.2015.10.011

Kanero, J., Hirsh-Pasek, K., & Golinkoff, R. M. (2016). Can a microwave heat up coffee? How English- and Japanese-speaking children choose subjects in lexical causative sentences. Journal of Child Language, 43(5), 993-1019. doi:10.1017/S0305000915000331

Kanero, J., Imai, M., Okada, H., & Hoshino, N. (2015). Do classifiers make the syntactic count/mass distinction? Insights from ERPs in classifier processing in Japanese. Journal of Memory and Language, 83, 20-52. doi:10.1016/j.jml.2015.03.006

Konishi, H., Kanero, J., Freeman, M., Hirsh-Pasek, K., & Golinkoff, R. M. (2014). Six principles of vocabulary development: Implications for literacy and learners of English as a second language. Journal of Applied Developmental Neuropsychology, 39(5), 404-420. doi:10.1080/87565641.2014.931961

Kanero, J., Imai, M., Okuda, J., Okada, H., & Matsuda, T. (2014). How sound symbolism is processed in the brain: A study on Japanese mimetic words. PLoS ONE, 9(5), e97905. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0097905

Imai, M., & Kanero, J. (2015). The nature of the count/mass distinction in Japanese. In. J.J. Nakayama (Ed.), Handbook of Japanese Psycholinguistics (In Handbooks of Japanese Language and Linguistics Series; pp. 49-79), Berlin, Germany: De Gruyter Mouton. ISBN:978-1-61451-121-2; 978-1-61451-165-6

Kanero, J. (2014). The gesture theory of language origins: current issues and beyond. In L. McCrohon, B. Thompson, T. Verhoef, & H. Yamauchi (Eds.), The Past, Present and Future of Language Evolution Research (pp. 1-7), Tokyo, Japan: Evolang 9 Organizing Committee.  ISBN:978-4-9906340-1-8