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OTOMO Kiyoshi

オオトモ キヨシ | OTOMO Kiyoshi
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Research field  (1): Educational psychology
MISC (37):
  • Development of Matching in Young Children: Comparisons Between Typically Developing Children and ASD Children. 2017. 68. 433-440
  • Interpretation of Animation Stimuli Involving Psychological Elements in High Functioning Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. 2016. 12. 81-87
  • Relationships among Expressive Vocabulary, Syntactic Skills, and Proficiency of Verbal Explanation: Comparisons between Typically Developing and Language-Delayed School-Age Children. 2016. 67. 365-375
  • The Acquisition of Verb Morphology in Japanese: Order of Acquisition and Relationships with Maternal Language Input. The Japanese Journal of Developmental Psychology. 2015. 26. 3. 197-209
  • Susanne Miyata, Brian MacWhinney, Kiyoshi Otomo, Hidetosi Sirai, Yuriko Oshima-Takane, Makiko Hirakawa, Yasuhiro Shirai, Masatoshi Sugiura, Keiko Itoh. Developmental Sentence Scoring for Japanese. FIRST LANGUAGE. 2013. 33. 2. 200-216
Books (2):
  • Handbook of Japanese Applied Linguistics
    De Gruyter Mouton 2016
  • Comprehensive Perspectives on Speech Sound Development and Disorders: Pathways from Linguistic Theory to Clinical Practice
    Nova Science Publishers (New York) 2013 ISBN:9781622570416
Lectures and oral presentations  (10):
  • Behavioral support and lesson creation for children with an ASD: Self-monitoring to promote behavior improvement
    (2017 IASSIDD 4th Asia Pacific Regional Congress 2017)
  • A report on the actual state of inclusive education in elementary schools and on requests for and provision of assistance to children
    (2017 IASSIDD 4th Asia Pacific Regional Congress 2017)
  • Support system for preschool-age children with developmental disabilities and their families in Japan
    (2017 IASSIDD 4th Asia Pacific Regional Congress 2017)
  • Assessment of Language Development in Preschool and School-Age Children
    (10th Biennial Asia Pacific Conference on Speech, Language and Hearing (APCSLH 2017) 2017)
  • Current Status and Issues in Teacher Training Courses for Special Needs Education in Japan
    (2015 IASSIDD Americas Regional Congress 2015)
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