Tsutomu Kamiyama

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Tsutomu Kamiyama
National Institute of Special Needs Education

Research Areas


Academic & Professional Experience

Apr 2012
Researcher, National Institute of Special Needs Education
Apr 2008
Mar 2012
Social welfare service corporation Umenosato

Published Papers

Effects of functional assessment of behavioral problems: participation of specialists in studies reporting large effects: a review
Kunihiro Okamoto, Tsutomu Kamiyama
Japanese journal of behavior analysis   33(1) 35-49   Sep 2018   [Refereed]
Review of parent training for families with children with autism spectrum disorder: family-centered approach and multi-tired system of support
Tsutomu Kamiyama
Japanese journal of learning disabilities   27(3) 365-372   Aug 2018   [Refereed]
Reciprocal Video Feedback and Parent Training for Parents of Children Attending a Special School for Students With Intellectual Disabilities
Tsutomu Kamiyama
The Japanese journal of special education   55(3) 157-170   Oct 2017   [Refereed]
Using Criteria for Designs That Meet Evidence Standards to Evaluate Single-Case Experimental Treatment Studies for Children With Disabilities : Articles Published in Japan
Tsutomu Kamiyama
The Japanese journal of special education   55(1) 15-24   May 2017   [Refereed]
発達障害研究   39(1) 104‐119   Feb 2017   [Refereed]


School-Wide Positive Behavior Support (SWPBS) as a Student Guidance System in the United States : Designing Universal School Systems for All Students Developed by the University of Oregon
Mami Mitachi, Shoji Okamura, Hideyuki Haraguchi, Tsutomu Kamiyama
13 96-108   2017   [Refereed]

Conference Activities & Talks

Effects of a 5-session group parent training and parent monitoring for young children with autism spectrum disorders
Tsutomu Kamiyama
International Autism Conference 2017   Nov 2017   
小原俊祐, 金森克浩, 棟方哲弥, 田中良広, 横尾俊, 新谷洋介, 神山努
電子情報通信学会技術研究報告   21 Jan 2017   
五味洋一, 山田康広, 神山努, 本間貴子
日本発達障害学会研究大会発表論文集   27 Aug 2016   
Effects of family-centered parent training for a young child with autism
Tsutomu Kamiyama
31st International Congress of Psychology   Jul 2016