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Research Awards

Outstanding Presentation Award, The Japanese Association of Sociolinguistics Sciences, Japan. (May 2019)
Tomohiro Okada, Mayumi Bono, 2019, Deaf people's language use in JSL conversation: focusing on the frequency of mouthing in each generation.
Encouragement Paper Award, Japanese Cognitive Science Society (September 2016)
Bono, Mayumi, 2015, Can a Robot Join an Idobata Kaigi?: A Fieldwork on Theatrical Creation of Daily Conversation, Japanese Journal of Cognitive Science Society, Vol.22, No.1, pp.9-22.
Young Scientist Award, The Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Japan. (April 2015)
Mayumi Bono, 2015, "A comparative studies of multi-party interaction in Japanese and Japanese Sign Language."
JSAI Incentive Award, The Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence,Japan.(June 2012)
Eiji Toyama, Yasuharu Den, Mayumi Bono, and Kazuhiro Otsuka, 2011, "Reconsideration of Gestural Viewpoint."
Tokugawa Munemasa Award, The Japanese Association of Sociolinguistics Sciences, Japan.(March 2012)
Mayumi Bono, 2011, "Multimodal Analysis for Sign Language Conversation: From Two Case Studies on Three Party Conversations."
Outstanding Presnetation Award, The Japanese Association of Sociolinguistics Sciences, Japan.(July 2009)
Mayumi Bono, 2009, "Schisming in Japanese Sign Language Conversation: From a Point of View of Turn-taking and Participation Framework."
Tokugawa Munemasa Award, The Japanese Association of Sociolinguistics Sciences, Japan.(March 2006)
Mayumi Bono, Yasuhiro Katagiri, 2005, "Interactive viewpoint in face-to-face interactions: coordination of gesture, gaze and speech."
JSAI Incentive Award, The Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence, Japan.(June 2005)
Mayumi Bono, Noriko Suzuki, Yasuhiro Katagiri, 2004,"Identification of Conversation Participation Procedures with Ubiquitous Sensors."