THE JAPANESE JOURNAL OF
DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY (2010, Vol.21)
ASO, Ryota & MARUNO, Shunichi:
The Development of Emotional Understanding:Inferences about the Present Situation and Others' Thoughts.
Learning to Solve Mathematics Problems: The Impact of Incorrect Solutions in Fifth Grade Peers' Presentations.
SONODA, Naoko & MARUNO, Shunichi:
Developmental Change in Strategies for Weight Seriation,from Perceptual Operations to Transitive Inferences.
An Observational Study of Social Comparison by Kindergaten Children in Japanese Culture.
SUGAI, Yoko, AKITA, Kiyomi, YOKOYAMA, Makiko & NOZAWA Sachiko:
A Developmental Study of Pointing during Joint Picture Book Reading: A Longitudinal Study Comparing Picture Book Reading and Building Block Construction Settings.
UJIIE, Tatsuo, NINOMIYA, Katsumi, IGARASHI, Atsushi, INOUE, Hiromitsu, YAMAMOTO, Chika & SHIMA, Yoshihiro:
Parental Behavior and Children's Perceptions as Mediators of the Effects of Marital Conflict on Children's Depressive Symptoms.
A Developmental Analysis of Modes of Reasoning on the Bayesian Drawing-of-Lots Problem Using Number Format, Frequency Format and Probability Format.
A Mother's Retelling of Experiences about Her Child's Desire to Live with Another Gender.
Young Children's Understanding of Changes in Physical Appearance Associated with Old Age.
MIYAZATO, Kaoru, MARUNO, Shunichi & HORI, Kenichiro:
The Effects of Interactions with an Adult Based on Body Movement, on Children's Metaphor Comprehension.
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The Mourning Process of Young and Middle-Aged Adults with Chronic Illnesses.
SHI, Xiaoling & KATSURADA, Emiko:
Distress of Mothers with Young Children, in Relation to Their Interdependent/Independent Self-Construal and Social Support.
SATO, Yu & SAKURAI, Mio:
Features of Self in the Autobiography of an Individual with a Pervasive
MUKAI, Takahisa & MARUNO, Shunichi:
Development of Concepts of the Origin of Psychological Traits: A New Framework to Perceive Conceptual Change.
Writing and Written Language Acquisition Levels in Mentally Disabled Children, in Relationship to Mental Age.
Romantic Relationships and Ego Identity Formation among University Students and Their Lovers.
NAKAGAWA, Ai & IMAI-MATSUMURA, Kyoko:
The Effects of Experience on Students' Infant-Directed Behavior and Speech.
Guilt and Adjustment of Elementary School Children.
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MASSAKI, Manami & SHIBAYAMA, Makoto:
Ethnography of Children’s Self-Regulative Behaviors in Gymnastics Classes:Differences between Children Who Go to Japanese Schools and International Schools.
OGAWA, Ayako & KOYASU, Masuo :
The Relationship between the Levels of Explanation of Another’s False Action and Executive Function in Young Children.
SHIWA, Taiko :
The Distinction between Young Children’s Understanding of Intentions and of False-Beliefs on a Word-Learning Task.
MIZUMOTO, Miki & YAMANE, Ritsuko :
Mother-Daughter Distance and the Psychological Adjustment and Autonomy of Emerging Adult Daughters.
FUKASE, Yuko & OKAMOTO Yuko :
Psychosocial Tasks of the Elderly:A Reconsideration of the Eighth Stage of Erikson’s Epigenetic Scheme.
The Influence of a Sense of Ibasho on Psychological and School Adjustment in Adolescence and Emerging Adulthood.
The Effect of the Mothers’ Emotional Traits on Adolescents:From the Perspective of a Dual Process Theory of Emotion.
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UCHIDA, Nobuko & KOBAYASHI Ayu:
The Development of Young Children’s Understanding of Stranger Danger: A New Developmental Approach to Safety and Prevention Education.
Do Children Give Priority to Danger Avoidance or Prosocial Behavior?: A Fundamental Study on the Design of Safety Education.
The Development of How Children Deal with Stranger Danger: A New Approach to Safety Education Based on Developmental Psychology.
Eyewitness Recall of a Real Life Event:The Effect of Verbal Descriptions on the Accuracy of Facial Identification by Young Children.
OKAMOTO, Yoriko, SUGANO, Yukie, SHSOJI, Reika, YAGISHITA, Akiko, AOKI, Yayoi, ISHIKAWA, Ayuchi, KAMEI, Miyako, KAWATA, Manabu & TAKAHASHI, Chie:
Parents’ Concerns for the Safety of Their Children: A Longitudinal Study from the Prenatal Period through Early Elementary School.
Children’s Descriptions of Positive and Negative Feelings: Use of Emotional Words under Safe and Unsafe Conditions.
A Developmental Study on Crime Anxiety and Crime Prevention Consciousness in Elementary School Students.
Reactions of Children and Parents to an Earthquake, from the Viewpoint o‘f Kowakare’(Mutual Autonomy).
Research on Children’s Recognition of a Crisis, and Escape When They Encounter a Dangerous Person.
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