THE JAPANESE JOURNAL OF
DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY (2014, Vol.25)
TOYAMA, Miki, HIGUCHI, Ken & MIYAMOTO, Sachiko:
Mothers' Social Support of Students Preparing for High School Entrance Examinations.
The Development of Assertive Emotional Expression in Preschool and Elementary School Children.
OKAMOTO, Yoriko, SUGANO, Yukie, SHOJI, Reika, TAKAHASHI, Chie, YAGISHITA-KAWATA, Akiko, AOKI, Yayoi, ISHIKAWA, Ayuchi, KAMEI, Miyako, KAWATA, Manabu & SUDA, Osamu:
The Function of Parental Proxy Talk in Pre-Verbal Communication.
Development of the “Don't Know” Response in Preschool Children as Shown by a State Visualization Procedure.
The Development of Intention as Examined in Young Children's Naming of Drawings.
TANAKA, Yoshihiro, ITO, Hiroyuki, TAKAYANAGI, Nobuya, HARADA, Shin, SOMEKI, Fumio, NODA, Wataru, OHTAKE, Satoko, NAKAJIMA, Syunji, MOCHIZUKI, Naoto & TSUJII, Masatsugu:
Predicting School Adaptation Using the Nursery Teacher's Rating Development Scale for Children (NDSC): A Longitudinal Follow-up Study from Nursery School to Elementary School.
HATANO, Kai & HARADA, Shin:
A Study of Psycho-Social Self-Identity in Relation to Intrinsic Motivation and Active Learning.
NISHITA, Yukiko, TANGE, Chikako, TOMIDA, Makiko, ANDO, Fujiko & SHIMOKATA, Hiroshi:
The Reciprocal Relationship between Intelligence and Depressive Symptoms among Japanese Elderly Adults.
WATANABE, Daisuke, YUZAWA, Masamichi & MINAKUCHI, Keigo:
The Roles of Working Memory in Subtraction Problem Posing by Elementary School Children.
TSUDA, Chiharu & TAKAHASHI, Noboru:
The Different Influences of Phoneme-Based and Mora-Based Ponological Awareness on Learning English among Japanese Children.
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WATANABE, Masayuki & TAKAMATSU, Midori:
Developmental Changes from Childhood to Adulthood of Imaginary Body Movement in Spatial Perspective Taking.
KASUGA, Hideaki, UTSUNOMIYA, Hiroshi & SATO, Tatsuya:
The Effect of Cognitions of Parental Expectations on University Students' Personality of Self-inhibition and Life Satisfaction: Focusing on Styles of Reaction to Expectations.
SAKATA, Yoko & KUCHINOMACHI, Yasuo:
Lifespan Developmental Changes in Abstraction Abilities for Form, Texture, and Color Features of Objects.
The Relationship of the Past, Present, and Future in the Time Perspectives of Adolescents.
The Development of Emotional Expression and Understanding in Young Children.
Can Preschoolers Transfer the Structure of Stories in Problem Solving?: The Development of Analogical Reasoning.
The Meaning of Acquired Disability: A Qualitative Analysis of Life Stories of Men with Spinal Cord Injuries.
Fundamentals and Future Subjects in the Study of Motor Development in Light of the Work of Gesell, McGraw, and Thelen.
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The Validity of Pragmatic Reasoning Schemas Theory for Children's Conditional Evaluation.
ITO, Hiroyuki, NAKAJIMA, Syunji, MOCHIZUKI, Naoto, TAKAYANAGI, Nobuya,
TANAKA, Yoshihiro, MATSUMOTO, Kaori, OHTAKE, Satoko, HARADA, Shin,
NODA, Wataru & TSUJII, Masatsugu:
Development of the Positive and Negative Parenting Scale (PNPS): Factor Structure and Construct Validity.
Effects of Planning and Executive Functions on Turning Back by Young Children in the Execution of Scripts.
Preschool Children's “I Don't Know” Responses When Inferring the Emotions of Others in Equivocal Situations.
TABUCHI, Megumi & MIURA, Asako:
The Effects of Intergenerational Interaction on the “Narratives” of Old Adults as Altruistic Behaviors: An experimental Investigation.
Adolescents' Internal Working Models of Attachment as a Mediator between Their Social Adjustment and Parental Child-Rearing Attitudes.
Two Methods for Comparing Multiple Ideas in Children's Mathematical Problem Solving.
Consolation of a Friend in Adolescence: Encouragement, Empathy, and the Action of Going Away.
TOMITA, Shohei & NOYAMA, Kanami:
Development of the Psychological Desire to See Frightening Things in Early Childhood: Analysis of the Frightening Card Selection Task.
KATO, Hiromi, KATO, Yoshinobu & TAKEUCHI, Yoshiaki:
How Do Young Children Understand Video Images of Objects and Themselves?
FURUMI, Fumikazu, OSANAI, Hidekazu, OBA, Yukiko & TSUJI, Erika:
The Effect of Other Children's Knowledge and Self Role-Taking on Preschoolers' Changing Their Explanation about Stories.
KOMATSU, Koji & KONNO, Chieri:
Children's Presentational Self in Their Personal Stories: An Exploration of 3rd Grade Students' Writings from a Semiotic Perspective.
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Invited ArticlesHASEGAWA, Mari:
Children's Understanding about Diversity of Beliefs from the Perspectives of Relativism, Tolerance, and Theory of Mind.
SHUTO, Toshimoto & NINOMIYA, Katsumi:
Maternal Concepts of “Personal Autonomy” as a Social Context of Children's Moral Development.
The Effects of Audience Difference on Children's Writing of Arguments about School Rules, from the Standpoint of Social Domain Theory.
Young Children's Understanding of Morally Relevant False Beliefs.
Moral Development through Moral Lessons: A Longitudinal Analysis of Students' Worksheets from a Sociocultural Approach.
MURAKAMI, Tatsuya, NISHIMURA, Takuma & SAKURAI, Shigeo:
Relation between Cognitive/Emotional Empathy and Prosocial and Aggressive Behaviors in Elementary and Middle School Students.
Invited ReviewsTOBARI, Maine:
A Review of Neuroimaging Studies of Empahy.
A School-Based Prevention Framework for Children and Adolescents: Research Perspectives on Moral Development and Prosocial Behavior.
A Study of Theories and Site Visits of Character Education.
The Nature and Transformations of Prosociality in Early Life.
The Developmental Significance of School Events in Secondary Schools: Exploring Retrospective Meaning from the Perspective of University Students.
Sense of “Ibasho” among Elementary School Children from Psychological and Educational Perspectives: Its Structure and Gender/Grade Level Comparisons.
MURAYAMA, Yasuo, ITO, Hiroyuki, TAKAYANAGI, Nobuya, MATSUMOTO, Kaori, TANAKA, Yoshihiro,
NODA. Watari, MOCHIZUKI, Naoto, NAKAJIMA, Syunji & TSUJII, Masatsugu:
Development of a Response Styles Questionnaire for Middle School Students.
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