OHAMA Kikuko

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Name
OHAMA Kikuko
E-mail
ohamakomazawa-u.ac.jp
Mobile mail
kikukoohamadocomo.ne.jp
Degree
Master of Education(The University of Tokyo)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
 
   
 
Professor, Komazawa University Faculty of Arts and Sciences
 
1981
 - 
1985
Komazawa University, Full-time Lecturer
 
1985
 - 
1991
Komazawa University, Assistant Professor
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1979
Graduate School, Division of Education, The University of Tokyo
 
 
 - 
1971
Faculty of Liberal Arts and Science (Humanities), Tokyo Woman's Christian University
 

Published Papers

 
OHAMA Kikuko
駒澤大學教育学研究論集   20 5-27   Mar 2004
OHAMA Kikuko
駒澤大學教育学研究論集   19 39-75   Mar 2003
OHAMA Kikuko
駒澤大學教育学研究論集   18 23-41   Mar 2002
OHAMA Kikuko
駒澤大學教育学研究論集   17 5-33   Mar 2001
TAKEI Sumie, OGINO Misako, OHAMA Kikuko, SAITO Kozue
Bulletin of the Faculty of Education, University of Tokyo   24 61-80   Feb 1985
In the previous papers, the development of pointing in the context of a mother-infant interaction had been examined. In the present research, the development of gestures vis-a-vis linguistic behavior was examined. The data analyzed in the present ...
OGINO Misako, OHAMA Kikuko, SAITO Kozue, TAKEI Sumie, TATSUNO Toshiko
Bulletin of the Faculty of Education, University of Tokyo   23 127-140   Mar 1984
The data reported in the present paper were obtained in longitudinal home observations of 9 first born infants interacting with their mothers. Every pointing behavior by infants at the month'sage of 9, 11, 13, 17, 21, 24 and 30 was analyzed in ter...
Hoshino Akira, Matsubara Tatsuya, Usui Hiroshi, Saito Koji, Ohama Kikuko, Jimbo Shinichi, Yokoshima Akira, Kajita Eiichi
The Annual report of educational psychology in Japan   22 104, 195-196   Mar 1983
After chairman Matsubara introduced the speakers and the discussants, Prof. Hoshino explained the purpose of the symposium, pointing out the importance of Intercultural aspects of educatinal practices, and the researches already achieved and those...
TAKEI Sumie, OGINO Misako, OHAMA Kikuko, TATSUNO Toshiko, SAITO Kozue
Bulletin of the Faculty of Education, University of Tokyo   22 43-59   Mar 1983
Our previous research had suggested that pointing was used not only because of the lack of linguistic ability but rather as a complementary behavior: pointing and vocalizing complemented one another. In the present paper, the function of pointing ...
Saito Kozue, Takei Sumie, 0gino Misako, 0hama Kikuko, Tatsuno Toshiko
The Japanese journal of educational psychology   29(1) 20-29   Mar 1981
The aims of our follow up observational study were to c1arify the transition from pre-linguistic communication to early language and to show how dependent the development of verbal behaviour was upon the nature of the interaction taking place betw...
OGINO Misako, OHAMA Kikuko, TATSUNO Toshiko, SAITO Kozue, TAKEI Sumie
Bulletin of the Faculty of Education, University of Tokyo   20 129-158   Feb 1981
The nature of mother-infant interaction in play situation was explored in a quasi-longitudinal study of 20 mother-infant dyads. Eight infants for months 2-5, four infants for months 6-11, four infants for months 12-17 and four infants for months 1...
SHIBA Sukeyori, OHAMA Kikuko, NOGUCHI Hiroyuki
Bulletin of the Faculty of Education, University of Tokyo   20 111-128   Feb 1981
Vocabulary of Japanese children who live in a bilingual or trilingual environment was measured and analyzed in relation to results of a questionnire. A semi-adaptive test of Japanese vocabulary was administered to about four hundred Japanese child...
TATSUNO Toshiko, SAITO Kozue, TAKEI Sumie, OGINO Misako, OHAMA Kikuko
Bulletin of the Faculty of Education, University of Tokyo   19 35-74   Feb 1980
Our basic assumption is that the language acquisition is related to the pre-verbal communication patterns already established between mother and infant in early months of life. The nature of early interaction was explored in a quasi-longitudinal s...
SHIBA Sukeyori, NOGUCHI Hiroyuki, OHAMA Kikuko
Bulletin of the Faculty of Education, University of Tokyo   19 27-34   Feb 1980
The semi-adaptive testing procedure, which consists of a program test for preliminary measurement and a conventional group test for accurate measurement, is proposed. The program test is a short form of the stratified adaptive test with eight page...
OHAMA Kikuko, OGINO Misako, SAITO Kozue, TAKEI Sumie, TATSUNO Toshiko
Bulletin of the Faculty of Education, University of Tokyo   18 177-199   Feb 1979
Our main premise concerning language acquisition is that the major organizing features of formal language i.e. syntax, semantics, pragmatics and phonology, have important precursors and prerequisites in the prespeech communicative acts of infants....

Misc

 
OHAMA Kikuko
The Annual report of educational psychology in Japan   36 144-155   Mar 1997
Piaget (1896-1980)'s output was regularly formidable over a period of sixty years with posthumous publications continuing to appear in the decade after his death. If there is one single concept that pervades the entire oeuvre, it is equilibrium. P...
Takei Sumie, Ogino Misako, 0hama Kikuko, Tatsuno Toshiko, Saito Kozue
The Japanese journal of educational psychology   29(2) 112-122   Jun 1981
The aims of our follow up observational study are to clarify the transition from prelinguistic communication to early language, and to show how dependent the development of verbal behaviour is upon the nature of the interaction which takes place b...
大浜 幾久子
心理学評論   21(2) p137-143   1978

Books etc

 
Genetic Psychology of Jean Piaget.
1982   
Genetic Epistemology of Jean Piaget.
1984   
Aspects de la psychologie et de l'(]J1117[)ducation de l'enfant au Japon. (共著)
P. U. F.   1993   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Genetic Epistemology and Education
Piaget's Genetic Epistemology is revisited in order to construct a new theory of curriculum