KUTSUKI Aya

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Name
KUTSUKI Aya
Affiliation
Kobe Shoin Women's University
Section
Faculty of Human Sciences Department of Psychology
Job title
Associate Professor

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2005
 - 
Mar 2009
Researcher
 
Apr 2009
 - 
Mar 2010
Researcher
 
Apr 2010
 - 
Mar 2014
Faculty of Human Sciences Faculty of Human Sciences Department of Psychology Lecturer
 
Apr 2010
 - 
Mar 2014
Psychology Program Lecturer
 
Apr 2010
 - 
Mar 2014
English Linguistics Program Lecturer
 

Education

 
Apr 2002
 - 
Mar 2005
Kobe University
 

Published Papers

 
Development of Infants' request expressions from 11 to 15 months
Psychological Reports   Vol.105(Issue.3) 865-878   Dec 2009   [Refereed]
Between 10 and 15 months of age, infants seem to become increasingly communicative. The focus of this study was changes in request behavior among infants at ages 11, 13, and 15 months (N = 22) in a longitudinal design. Changes in durations and fre...
Learning to count begins in infancy: evidence from 18 month olds' visual preferences
V. Slaughter, S. Itakura, A.Kutsuki, M. Siegal
The Proceedings of the Royal Society B   1-6   Jan 2011   [Refereed]
まだ数をかぞえることをしない18ヶ月と15ヶ月の子どもが数える行動に対しての興味について選好注視法を用いて調べた。結果、15ヶ月では正しい順序での数かぞえ行動に対する選好がなく、18ヶ月で正しい順序及び母語(英語)での数かぞえ行動を好むことが判明した。同様に18ヶ月の日本語話者の子どもは日本語での正しい順序での数かぞえ行動を好むことが判明した。
The combination of words in compound nouns by Spanish-Japanese bilingual children: Transfers in unambiguous structure
International Journal of Bilingualism      2017   [Refereed]
Motivation for learning English in the immersion environment of an international school in Japan.
Tanaka, Y., & Kutsuki, A. (2016).
1-15   Aug 2016   [Refereed]
The present study examined motivation toward English learning among students at an international school in Japan. The motivation of 112 elementary school students, including those with English and Japanese as an L1, and those bilingual in English ...
Factors Affecting Children's Judgment of Culturally Deviant Acts: Findings from an International School in Japan
Tanaka, Yumi
Journal of Intercultural Education   27(2) 179-187   May 2016   [Refereed]
The study explored whether there was a developmental change in children's judgment of culturally deviant acts and examined the type of cultural experiences and inputs influencing such judgments. Findings indicated that there was no developmental c...

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Is understanding of pretenserelated to inhibitory control?: Difference between intention understandingand representational manipulation
31st International Conference of Psychology   26 Jul 2016   Japanese Psychological Association
It has been suggested that children's pretense and inhibitory control are related in some way but a very few studies have examined such relation empirically. Preschoolers (N = 31, M age = 57.90, range 41-74 months) participated in the current stud...
Development of words and mind in bilingual children [Invited]
22 May 2016   
Influences of two languages in production and comprehension of noun phrases by bilingual preschoolers
19 Oct 2014   
Longitudinal changes in passing TOM tasks and its patterns: A longutudinal Analysis
16 Mar 2013   
Attitudes towards language learning and cultures
TANAKA, Y., and Kutsuki, A.
JALT(Japanese Association for Language Teaching)   Oct 2012   

Works

 
A Japanese-German-English Trilingual Child's Word Aquisition Patterns Focusing on Category Differences in Comprehension and Production
The Others   Mar 2016