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    Distant functional connectivity for bimanual finger coordination declines with aging: an fMRI and SEM exploration.Sachiko Kiyama, Mitsunobu Kunimi, Tetsuya Iidaka & Toshiharu Nakai - 2014 - Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 8.
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    Involvement of the Ventrolateral Prefrontal Cortex in Learning Others’ Bad Reputations and Indelible Distrust.Atsunobu Suzuki, Yuichi Ito, Sachiko Kiyama, Mitsunobu Kunimi, Hideki Ohira, Jun Kawaguchi, Hiroki C. Tanabe & Toshiharu Nakai - 2016 - Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 10.
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    Different Neural Responses for Unfinished Sentence as a Conventional Indirect Refusal Between Native and Non-native Speakers: An Event-Related Potential Study.Min Wang, Shingo Tokimoto, Ge Song, Takashi Ueno, Masatoshi Koizumi & Sachiko Kiyama - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Refusal is considered a face-threatening act, since it contradicts the inviter’s expectations. In the case of Japanese, native speakers are known to prefer to leave sentences unfinished for a conventional indirect refusal. Successful comprehension of this indirect refusal depends on whether the addressee is fully conventionalized to the preference for syntactic unfinishedness so that they can identify the true intention of the refusal. Then, non-native speakers who are not fully accustomed to the convention may be confused by the indirect style. (...)
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