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MISHIMA Koji

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Title Professor
Belong to Dept. of Contemporary Education
Education (graduate school)
Center for Teaching Practicum Support
Graduated Nagoya University, Graduate School of Education and Human Development
Degree Ph.D., Nagoya University
Academic Institutional Membership The Japanese Association of Educational Psychology, The Japanese Group Dynamics Association, The Japanese Society of Social Psychology, The Japanese Association of Counseling Science.
Field of Study Social Psychology, School Psychology, Educational Psychology
Research, Studies Exclusivity and Intimacy in Friendship Focusing on Problematic of Exclusivity
Curriculum Specialized Guidance and Counseling, Study in Social Psychology

Academic Papers, Critique

Development of a scale of tolerance toward the opposite-sex in fifth- and sixth- graders. (joint work) The Japanese Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, Vol.48, 2008

Development of the scale of peer group inclination: For upper grades elementary school students. Japanese Journal of Counseling Science, Vol.41, 2008

Long-term influence of "bullying" received from intimate friends during upper elementary school grades: Focusing on retrospect of high school students. The Japanese Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, Vol.47, 2008

The relationships between exclusivity-intimacy and class adaptation in friendships of upper elementary school children. Toukai Journal of Psychology, Vol.3, 2007

Development of the hierarchical measure of class adjustment: For upper grades elementary school students. Japanese Journal of Counseling Science, Vol.39, 2006

How children address each other in class and in peer relations: Power balance and group membership. The Japanese Journal of Educational Psychology, Vol.51, 2003

Bullying amongst close friends in elementary school. Japanese Journal of Social Psychology, Vol.19, 2003

The research on factors that influence a school crisis.(joint work) Japanese Journal of Counseling Science, Vol.36, 2003

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