Michigan State University
Michigan State University
Department of Linguistics & Germanic, Slavic, Asian and African Languages
Sayako Uehara
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Linguistics Ph.D. student

Personal Website: https://msu.edu/~ueharas2/

Sayako is a PhD student in Linguistics. Her research interests include phonology, phonetics, and sociolinguistics. For her dissertation, she is investigating the possible cues to word segmentation (both language-dependent cues and language-independent cues) for native Japanese and English speakers by using an artificial language learning paradigm. Another recent research project involves perception of vocalic outliers with presence of ongoing sound change.

She likes tacos and goes by Saya among her friends.