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Department of MLL
Office: KH A3029
The recipient of numerous grants and fellowships as she continued her studies, Dr. Matsunaga was elected to both Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Kappa Phi. She has taught at the University of Hawaii at Manoa and, most recently, at the University of Montana.
Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced Japanese, Dr. Matsunaga has taught at the University level, in the community, for businesses and made presentations on the Japanese language and culture at a variety of schools and institutions.
She has published and made presentations on the following subjects: "The role of phonological coding in reading kanji: A research report and some pedagogical implications" and "Eye tracking as a reading research methodology: Samples from Japanese"
Representative Professional Activities
Ph.D. Japanese 1994
M.A. Japanese 1989
B.A. Psychology 1986
Winter '97 SCHEDULE