KONISHI Kenzo

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Name
KONISHI Kenzo
E-mail
konykiui.ac.jp
Affiliation
Kibi International University
Section
School of Psychology
Job title
Professor
Degree
-(Kwansei Gakuin University), -(Hyogo College of Medicine)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2010
 - 
Today
Professor, Kibi international University
 
1972
 - 
1999
Assistant Instructor, Lecturer, Faculty of
 
 
   
 
Medicine, Hyogo College of Medicine
 
2000
   
 
- Professer, School of Social Welfare, Kibi
 
 
   
 
International University
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1972
Graduate School, Division of Letters, Kwansei Gakuin University
 
 
 - 
1970
Faculty of Sociology, Kwansei Gakuin University
 

Published Papers

 
A psychophysiological study on the relation between self-esteem and excluded feeling:An approach using Cybermall paradigm
KONISHI Kenzo
Integrated Studies in Nursing Science   17(1) 1-9   Dec 2015   [Refereed]
Research on the effects of horticultural therapy on junior high school students.
SEKIYA Zenko, KONISHI Kenzo
Journal of Kibi international university research institute of clinical psychology   11 47-53   Mar 2014

Misc

 
Hemispheric asymmetries in the Event-related potentials during face discrimination.
Japanese Journal of Physiological Psychology and Psychophysiology   10(1)    1992
Event-related brain potentials during selective visual discriminations : Relationships with hemispheric asymmetry.
Japanese Journal of Physiological Psychology and Psychophysiology   5(1)    1987
Semantic processing of "Kata-Kana" words -Effects of script frequencies-
Japanese Journal of Neuropsychology   6(4)    1990
Rieko Inamori, Hiroka Abe, Kenzo Konishi, Tsunetaka Okita
The Japanese Journal of Psychology   57(4) 235-241   1986   [Refereed]
Attention-related negative brain potential for speech words and pure tones.
Biological Psychology   16    1983
Cognitive set and contingent negative variations.
Japanese Journal of Physiological Psychology and Psychophysiology   5(2)    1987
Effects of selective attention to upper and lower visual-field pattern stimuli on event-related brain potentials.
Japanese Journal of Physiological Psychology and Psychophysiology   8(2)    1990
Event-related potential and reaction time on visual discrimina on tasks in patients with Parkinoson's disease.
International Journal of Neuroscience   59    1991
Cerebral blood flow and event-related potential in patients with multiple cerebral infacts.
International Journal of Neuroscience   60    1991
P300 and reaction time in Parkinson's disease. (共著)
Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry and Neurology   6,131-136    1993
Does the left hemisphere engage in the random pattern discrimination?
Japanese Journal of Physiological Psychology and Psychophysiology   11(2) 97   1993
Asymmetrical event-related brain potentials during face discrimination
Proceedings of the second Afro-Asian Psychological Congress (Reking University Press)   798-803   1993
Does the left hemisphere engage during the face and pathern recognition tasks.
Third Afro-Asian Psychological Congress 94 Abstract   127   1994
Effects of antogenic training on inraocular tension.
Japanese Journal of Autogenic Therapy   15(1) 56-64   1995
The semantic information processing of face : An event-related brain potential analysis.
Japanese Jonrnal of Physiological Psychology and Psycho Physiology   15(1) 1-10   1997
Hemispheric functional asymmetries during face classification task.
International Journal of Psychology ; Abstracts of the XXXVI International Congress of Psychology   31(3) -4,86   1996
Scalp-recorded brain potentials responsive to human faces.
Japanese Journal of Physiological Psydrology and Psychophysiology   16(2) 67-76   1998
Event-related brain potentials(ERPs)related to human face recognition.
International Journal of Psychology   35(3(4)) 54   2000
Effects of autogenic training on intraocular tension
Japanese Journal of Autogenic Therapy   19(1・2) 21-23   2000

Conference Activities & Talks

 
The effect of color surroundings to subjective painfulness using pain-related somatosensory event related potentials(SEP)
KONISHI Kenzo Midori Hashimoto, Ippei Umeki, Seiya Tahara, Yushi Kato and Jun-ichi Akiyama
The 14th European Congress of Psychology   8 Jul 2015   
The effect of color surroundings to subjective painfulness using pain-related somatosensory event related potentials(SEP)
KONISHI Kenzo, HASHIMOTO Midori, AKIYAMA Junichi
25 Oct 2014   
Do color surroundings affect the pain-related somatosensory event-related potentials(SEPs) to painful electrical stimulus ?
KONISHI Kenzo
17th World congress of Psychophysiology   23 Sep 2014   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Psychophysiological Study on Human Face Recognition
Project Year: 1988   

Others

 
 Psychophysiology
Human Behavior & Physiological Response
(fifth edition)
John L. Andreassi

lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers London