Kenji Hakuta

Education Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
Second language acquisition, second language teaching, bilingualism
"Kenji Hakuta"
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Robert Bayley grad student 1991 Stanford
Julie A. Kerekes grad student 2001 Stanford
Elsa S. Billings grad student 2004 Stanford
Julie A. Henderson grad student 2004 Stanford
Marlon Kuntze grad student 2004 Stanford
Kelly L. Bikle grad student 2005 Stanford
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Le Kien F, Hakuta K. (2009) Microtraps for atoms outside a fiber illuminated perpendicular to its axis: Numerical results Physical Review a - Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics. 80
Le Kien F, Hakuta K. (2009) Intracavity electromagnetically induced transparency in atoms around a nanofiber with a pair of Bragg grating mirrors Physical Review a - Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics. 79
Le Kien F, Hakuta K. (2009) Slowing down of a guided light field along a nanofiber in a cold atomic gas Physical Review a - Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics. 79
Le Kien F, Balykin V, Hakuta K. (2005) State-insensitive trapping and guiding of cesium atoms using a two-color evanescent field around a subwavelength-diameter fiber Iqec, International Quantum Electronics Conference Proceedings. 2005: 125-126
Hakuta K, de Villiers J, Tager-Flusberg H. (1982) Sentence coordination in Japanese and English. Journal of Child Language. 9: 193-207
Hakuta K. (1982) Interaction between particles and word order in the comprehension and production of simple sentences in Japanese children Developmental Psychology. 18: 62-76
Hakuta K. (1981) Grammatical description versus configurational arrangement in language acquisition: the case of relative clauses in Japanese. Cognition. 9: 197-236
de Villiers JG, Flusberg HB, Hakuta K, et al. (1979) Children's comprehension of relative clauses. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research. 8: 499-518
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