ISHIDA Masato

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Name
ISHIDA Masato
Degree
Doctor of Literature(Hiroshima University), Master of Literature(Hiroshima University)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
 
   
 
Professor,no data,Vice President, Osaka Kyoiku University Faculty of Education Course for School Teacher Course for School Teachers School Education
 

Education

 
 
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1975
Educational Psychology (Learning Psychology), Graduate School, Division of Education, Hiroshima University
 
 
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1972
Psychology, Faculty of Education, Hirosaki University
 

Misc

 
Differences of information processing in terms of resistance to extinction among human, rat and fish
Memoirs of Osaka Kyoiku University(Ser.IV)   26(2) 75-86   1977
Relationship between distribution pattern of partial reinforcement and resistance to extinction in fish
Japanese Journal of Psychology   47(3) 169-172   1976
The effects of number of N-R tansitions and percentage of reinforcement upon the PRE following a small number of training trials
Japanese Journal of Psychology   45(2) 90-94   1974
Resistance to extinction o the partial delay of reward concerning the few-trial PRE
Annual of Animal Psychology   24(2) 63-71   1974
An investigation of the relationship between overtraining extinction effect and intertrial interval
Japanese Journal of Psychology   44(1) 51-54   1973

Books etc

 
Current issues in education.
hokuju-shuppan   2001   
Dictionary of Psychology
yu-hikaku   1999   
Psychology of learning -It's perspective-
kitaohji-shobou   1999   
Current trends in educational psychology
kitaohji-shobou   1997   
Psychology of leaning on the nature of reinforcement: Associationism vs. cognitivism
kitaohji-shobou   1989   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Application of theories of learning to the instructional process in the classroom
Project Year: 1973   
Experimental analysis of learning by newts
Project Year: 2003   
Comparative analysis of informational processing in turtles.
Project Year: 1987   
Study on the effectiveness of dolphin assisted activity (DAA) applied to an autistic child
Project Year: 2006