- Faculty:Department of School EducationPosition:Associate Professor
- Address:1 Hirosawa,Igaya-cho,Kariya-shi,Aichi
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- Social psychology
- Educational psychology
- Keywords:group process , friendship , social comparison
- Study on group process in classroom
Keywords:group process , friendship , classroom
- Study on school adjustment
Keywords:school adjustment process , longitudinal study
- Study on social annoyance
- Nagoya University , (Doctor course , Educational Psychology , Graduate School, Division of Education) , 1999(Unfinished course)
- Nagoya University , (Educational Psychology , Faculty of Education) , 1995(Graduated)
- Master of Educational Psychology , Nagoya University
- Ph.D(Psychology) , Nagoya University
- 2002 - , Aichi University of Education, Associate Professer
- 1999 - 2002 , Aichi University of Education, assistant
Books, Articles, etc.
- Research of teacher self-efficacy : attitude toward meta-subject learning
The Bulletin of Aichi University of Education(Educational Sciences), 50:51-57, 2001
- A study of Social Annoyance(2) : Content analyses on perception of social annoyance.
Bulletin of the graduate school of education and human development(psychology and human development sciences), 47:25-33, 2000
- An experimental Curriculum for fostering pro-social attitudes and social competence in serenth graders
Bulletin of the graduate school of education and human development(psychology and human development sciences), 47:301-315, 2000
- A study of social annoyance(1)
Bulletin of the School of Education, Nagoya Uruiersity(Psychology), 46:53-73, 1999
- The effect of shyness on friendship development and loneliness.
Japanese Journal of Social Psychology, 14(1):43-52, 1998
- School administrators' leadership on the process of school orgamzational behaviors
The Japanese Journal of Experimental Social Psychology., 38(1):93-104, 1998
- A social psychological study of the school orgamzation((]G0002[)) : The effects of school leaders on the process of school argamzational behaviors.
Bulletin of School of Education, Nagoya University(Psychology), 44:65-85, 1997