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MIZUNO Rika

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Title Professor
Belong to Dept. of Psychology
Psychology (graduate school)
Graduated Graduate School of Education, Nagoya University
Degree Ph.D. (Engineering), Ph.D. (Educational Psychology)
Qualification JPA Certified Psychologist, JAEP Certified School Psychologist, JSCA Certified Guidance Counselor
Academic Institutional Membership The Japanese Psychological Association
The Japanese Association of Educational Psychology
The Japanese Society for Cognitive Psychology
The Japanese Cognitive Science Society
The Japanese Psychonomic Society
Tokai Psychological Association
Field of Study Cognitive Psychology, Cognitive Science
Research, Studies Exploration and Modeling of Human Learning and Memory
Curriculum Specialized Psychology of Perception and Cognition, Psychology of Learning and Language, Cognitive PsychologyC, Psychological Experiments, Psychological Research Methods, Practical Training in Cognitive Psychology

Books Published, Translation

Basic and cognitive psychology experiments using Web browser: How to write experiments in JavaScript. Nakanishiya Publishing Co. (2014).

The MIT Encyclopedia of the Cognitive Sciences (joint translation), Kyoritsu Publishing Co. (2012).

New Development in Cognitive Psychology* (*a provisional title) (joint work), Nakanishiya Publishing Co. (2012).

Questionnaire Construction and Administration System Used via the Internet: QCAS (joint work), Nakanishiya Publishing Co. (2011).

Association Frequency Tables: Three-mora Kanji, Hiragana, and Katakana Words (joint work), Nakanishiya Publishing Co. (2011).

Let's Learn Psychology 2nd Edition (joint work), Nakanishiya Publishing Co. (2010).

Learning Psychology, Vol. 2 (joint work), Bunkyo Shiryo Kyokai (2010).

Academic Papers, Critique

Effects of the semantics of constituent kanji characters on the semantic processing of Japanese two-kanji words and the characters’ processing order. Japanese Journal of Psychology, 90 (2) (in print).

Inhibitory effects of semantics of constituent kanji characters on semantic processing of Japanese kanji words. Japanese Journal of Psychology, 89, 416-421 (2018).

Equivalence of the facilitatory effects of sentence context and associated words on the processing of Japanese homophones: The function of semantic priming. Journalof the College of Humanities, Chubu University, 40, 1-12 (2018).

Effects of Number of Mates and Context on the Processing of Japanese Homophones. Japanese Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 15, 31-38 (2018).

Phonological familiarity facilitates lexical decision but not semantic categorization. Japanese Journal of Psychology, 88, 376-382 (2017).

Effect of extremely low frequency on performance of lexical decision tasks with homophones. Tokai Journal of Psychology, 11, 21-28 (2017).

Effects of phonological familiarity and number of mates on homophone processing in native Japanese readers. Japanese Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 13, 71-79 (2016).

Effects of IT facilities and IT education in College of Humanities, Chubu University on the moderation of freshmen's computer anxiety: Results of a five-years' longitudinal survey. Journal of Chubu University Education, 16, 13-24 (2016).

Refinement and students' evaluation of the e-learning system for the certification scheme of psychology. Journal of the College of Humanities, Chubu University, 33, 23-32.

Morphological similarity or semantic relation? The origin of orthographic neighborhood size effects on the lexical decision to Japanese kanji words. Japanese Journal of Psychology, 85, 488-494 (2014).

The effects of the visual and phonological information of Japanese Kanji words on the memory span of native Japanese speakers. Japanese Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 11, 59-70 (2014).

Creation of cross-platform Low-First e-learning system with HTML5 and JavaScript: With the test of the effectiveness of advance learning list presentation. Journal of the College of Humanities, Chubu University, 31, 61-73 (2014).

Orthographic or phonological?: Exploration of predominant information for native Japanese readers in the lexical access of kanji words. Psychologia, 53, 208-211 (2013).

Relationship among motivation, emotion, and self-efficacy: No2. Cross-sectional survey of high school students, junior and senior undergraduates by QCAS. Journal of the College of Humanities, Chubu University, 30, 1-14 (2013).

Introduction and evaluation of course credit system in undergraduate psychology education. Japanese Journal of Psychonomic Science, 31, 198-201 (2013).

Motivation, emotion, and self-efficacy: Survey of senior high students and undergraduates by QCAS. Journal of the College of Humanities, Chubu University, 29, 1-20 (2013).

Difference due to native language in the determinant of target-distracter discriminabiliy influencing attentional blink. Tokai Journal of Psychology, 6, 1-10 012).

Improvement toward the practical use of the Low-First E-Learning System built on the findings in Cognitive Psychology. Journal of the College of Humanities, Chubu University, 28, 1-25 (2012).

The effect of native language on attentional blink: The case of Chinese. Journal of the College of Humanities, Chubu University, 26, 93-99 (2011).

The effect of temporal uncertainty on measurements: The case of priming effects. Japanese Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 8, 33-40 (2010).

The effect of temporal uncertainty on negative priming. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 110, 1075-1085 (2010).

The effect of the difficulty of attention switching on attentional blink Toukai Journal of Psychology, 4, 18-24 (2009).

Encoding times of phonograms by English and Japanese readers: Eliminating the time for attention switchingJapanese Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 5, 93-105 (2008).

Difference between native English and native Japanese readers in the use of visual and phonological codes in processing phonograms,Japanese Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 5, 1-10 (2007).

Lectures, Symposium, Presentation

Effects of phonological familiarity and context on Japanese homophone processing. The 31st International Congress of Pychology, PS26P-11-312 (2016).

Specificity of Japanese language and/or culture? : Accumulating different experimental results from English papers with Japanese participants with Japanese language. The 75h Annual Convention of the Japanese Psychological Association, WS30 (Workshop) (2011).

UNESCO-UNEVOC / JSiSE International Seminar "Human Development for Knowledge Based Society" Organizing Committee, Vice Chair (2005).

Others

Visiting Professor of Ohio University, 2004

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