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KANAZAWA Tadahiro


Keyword

extremely-low-birthweight, mother-infant relationships, autism, ADHD, behavioral study

Gender

Male

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  • 2008.10.01 - , Human Sciences, Graduate School of Human Sciences, Professor

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Osaka University Graduate School, Division of Human Science  Accomplished credits for doctoral program Doctor of Human Sciences 1989.03

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  • Development of imitative behaviors and peer relationships in infancy
    Experimental psychology-related

  • Early intervention for very-low-birthweight infants.
    Experimental psychology-related

  • Longitudinal study of socio-emotional development in preschool children with developmental disorders
    Experimental psychology-related

  • Behavior assessment of extremely-low-birthweight children at school age
    Experimental psychology-related

 

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  • Intelligence and learning disabilities in 6-to 8-year-old children weighing under 1000 grams at birth., Kanazawa, T., Shimizu, S., Kamada, J., Tanabe, H., and Itoigawa, N., International Journal of Behavioral Development,20: 179-188., 1997.01, Papers

  • Cognitive correlates of Japanese language (hiragana) reading abilities among school-aged very low birth weight children., Isaki, M., Kanazawa, T., Hinobayashi, T., Kitajima, H., Journal of Educational and Developmental Psychology,7(2) 33-42, 2017.06, Papers

  • Influence of early social-communication behaviors on maladaptive behaviors in children with autism spectrum disorders and intellectual disability., Nagai, Y., Hinobayashi, T., & Kanazawa, T. , Journal of Special Education Research.,6(1) 1-9, 2017.02, Papers

  • Imitation and gaze direction during interaction with others in children developmental disorders., Makita, K., Nagai, Y., Hinobayashi, T., & Kanazawa, T. , International Journal of Psychology,51 417, 2016.07, International Conference(Non Proceeding)

  • The relation between reading abilities and attention among school-aged extremely low-birth-weight children. 3, Isaki, M., Kanazawa, T., Kamada, J., Hinobayashi, T & Kitajima, H. ,31st International Congress of Psychology,51, 2016.07, International Conference(Non Proceeding)

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