THE JAPANESE JOURNAL OF
DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY (2017, Vol.28)
Abuse Anxiety during Pregnancy: Differences Based on Parenting Experience.
OTANI, Takashi, SHIMIZU, Satomi, GOMA, Hideyo, OKUBO, Junichiro & SHIMIZU, Hiroyuki:
The Usefulness of Picture Sequencing Tasks in Developmental Assessment.
TIAN, Lingling, HIRAISHI, Kenji & WATANABE, Kenji:
Discrepancies between Adolescents' and Mothers' Conceptions of Parental Authority, Mother-adolescent Conflicts and Adolescents' Well-being.
SASAKI, Takayuki, TAKAHAMA, Yuko, KITAMURA, Kotomi & KIMURA, Fumika:
An Analysis of Dyadic Data among Parents with Toddlers and Grandparents: The Determinants of Childcare Support Frequency and Informant Discrepancy.
SAKAKIBARA, Ryota, TOMIZUKA, Yuriko & ENDO, Toshihiko:
The Relationships between Cognitive Emotional Labor Strategies and Psychological Health of Nursery Teachers.
TAKIYOSHI, Michika, SUZUKI, Daisuke, & TANAKA, Mari:
Cognition of Awkwardness in People with ASD: An Exploratory Study.
KUDO, Hidemi: Development of Understanding of Ambiguous Figures in Young Children:
Effects of Figure De-construction and Re-construction on Children's Spontaneous Reversal of Interpretations.
HIHARA, Shogo, & SUGIMURA, Kazumi:
An Examination of Negative Identity of Adolescents Using the Twenty Statements Test: Quantitative and Qualitative Analyses.
MIYAKE, Hidenori, & SUGIMURA, Shinichiro:
The Effect of Directive Words on Semantic Integration of Speech and Gesture in Comprehension in Young Children.
FUJINO, Hiroshi, MATSUI, Tomoko, TOJO, Yoshikuni, & HAKARINO, Koichiro:
Do Verbal Proposition Cues Facilitate False-Belief Reasoning in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder? An Intervention Study.
IMAOKA, Tae, & SHOJI, Ichiko:
The Relationships between Function of Guilt, Degree of Guilt, and School Adjustment in Junior High School Students.
Maternal Cognition of Infant Emotions and Infant Attachment Security: A Longitudinal Study.
Development of Children's Thinking about Geography: Causal Explanations of Industrial Locations.
Career-Oriented Women's Change in Their Adherence to “Maternal Love” from the Prenatal to Postnatal Period.