NEGAYAMA, Koichi

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Name
NEGAYAMA, Koichi
E-mail
negayamawaseda.jp
URL
https://sites.google.com/site/negayamawsd/
Affiliation
Waseda University
Section
Faculty of Human Sciences School of Human Sciences
Job title
Professor
Degree
(BLANK), (BLANK)
Research funding number
00112003

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1977
 - 
1986
Osaka University, Research Assistant
 
1986
 - 
1990
Mukogawa Women's University, Lecturer
 
1990
 - 
1996
Mukogawa Women's University, Associate Professor
 
1991
 - 
1992
Edinburgh University, Visiting Researcher
 
1996
 - 
1998
Waseda University, Associate Professor
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1973
Faculty of Literature, Osaka University
 
 
 - 
1977
Graduate School, Division of Letters, Osaka University
 

Published Papers

 
Ishijima, Konomi; Negayama, Koichi
Infant Behavior and Development   49 161-167   Nov 2017
© 2017 Elsevier Inc. This study examined the development of mother–infant tickling interaction and the relationship between infants’ ticklishness and social behaviors including infants’ looking at mothers’ face, mothers’ narrative tickling, and mo...
Relationships between Individual Social Capital and Mental Health in Elderly People who Left the Prefecture Due to the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant Disaster
Iwagaki Takahiro;Tsujiuchi Takuya;Masuda Kazutaka;Komaki Kumiko;Fukuda Chikako;Mochida Ryuhei;Ishikawa Noriko;Akano Yamato;Yamaguchi Maya;Inomata Tadashi;Negayama Koichi;Kojima Takaya;Kumano Hiroaki;Ogihara Atsushi
Japanese Journal of Psychosomatic Medicine   57(2) 173-184   2017
<p>Background : As of March 2014, three years after the Fukushima nuclear power plant disaster, 58,624 residents were relocated to other regions within the Fukushima prefecture, and 47,683 residents were relocated to other prefectures. Atte...
Children in an island of allomothering: Kowakare in Tarama Island
Negayana, koichi
Annual prpot of educationak psychology   55 219-225   Mar 2016
Development of embodied relationship between human mother and child
NEGAYAMA KOICHI
Japanese Journal of Animal Psychology   66(1) 47-51   2016
Both positivity and negativity are important components for the development of mother-offspring relationship. The "inter-body antagonism" is an important biological framework to promote offsprings independence from mothers. Weaning, an achievement...
High-level Post-traumatic Stress Symptoms of the Residents in Fukushima Temporary Housing : Bio-psycho-social Impacts by Nuclear Power Plant Disaster
Tsujiuchi Takuya;Komaki Kumiko;Iwagaki Takahiro;Masuda Kazutaka;Yamaguchi Maya;Fukuda Chikako;Ishikawa Noriko;Mochida Ryuhei;Kojima Takaya;Negayama Koichi;Ogihara Atsushi;Kumano Hiroaki
Japanese Journal of Psychosomatic Medicine   56(7) 723-736   2016
Backgrounds : Fukushima nuclear power plant disaster occurred following the Great East Japan Earthquake on March 11, 2011. It bears comparison with the incident in Chernobyl in 1986 in the degree of radiological contamination to the surrounding en...

Books etc

 
M.Koyasu, S.Iwatate, &K. Negayama, (Eds.) Frontiers in developmental psychology research: Japanese perspectives. (Child-rearing (“Kosodate”) in Japan with special reference to mother-child mutual negativity)
Negayama, K.
Hituji_shobo   Jul 2016   
震災直後の避難に伴う家族と子どもの心理(震災後に考える:東日本大震災と向き合う92の分析と提言 所収)(総ページ1003)Pp311-322.
根ヶ山光一・平田修三・石島このみ・持田隆平・白石優子
早稲田大学出版部   Jul 2015   
避難家族と子どもたちの適応:地域との関係を踏まえて(震災後に考える:東日本大震災と向き合う92の分析と提言 所収)(総ページ1003)Pp323−334..
平田修三・石島このみ・持田隆平・白石優子・根ヶ山光一
早稲田大学出版部   Mar 2015   
無藤隆・子安増生編「発達心理学Ⅱ」P376 (成人期と子別れ,pp.136-141)
根ケ山光一
東京大学出版会   Sep 2013   
辻内琢也編著 『ガジュマル的支援のすすめ:東日本大震災と人間科学①』P132(震災避難家族の支援:かささぎプロジェクトの活動、pp.17-39)
平田修三・石島このみ・持田隆平・根ヶ山光一
早稲田大学出版部   May 2013   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
The perception of intimate friends in preschool children: A comparison between children and nursery teachers
Kawahara, N. & Negayama, K.
ISSBD2018   19 Jul 2018   
Comparison of Japanese children's social experience after day nursery between a remote island and urban areas
Negayama, K. & Kawahara, N.
ISSBD2018   16 Jul 2018   
Cultural comparison between Japanese and Scottish mother-infant tickling interaction
Ishijima, K. & Negayama, K.
ISSBD2018   16 Jul 2018   
Development of mother-infant synchrony and dissynchrony in feeding and its cultural comparison
Negayama, Koichi
Synchrony as the foundation of cognitive and social development: Mother-infant co-mqnipulation of time structure   28 Jul 2016   
Negativity as an important component of mother-infant negotiation dynamics [Invited]
Negayama, K.
ICP2016   26 Jul 2016   

Works

 
Cross-Cultural Comparison of Tickling Play in Japan and Britain
The Others   2001
Comparative study of mother-child relationship between Japan and Korea
1993
Follow-up study of solid-feeding
1993
Study of Sudden-weaning
1993
Study of mother-child separation with respect to house structure
1993

Research Grants & Projects

 
How worries about radiation exposure influence psychological health and development
Project Year: Apr 2014 - Mar 2017
This study aimed to clarify the psychological effects of the 2011 accident at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant (1F) on mothers and children living in the area.Mothers and children living in Fukushima Prefecture were continuously monitored...
Study of allomothering in a solitary island: Focusing on Moriane
Project Year: Apr 2013 - Mar 2016
Childcare and the children’s behavioral development in the community were investigated in Taramajima island, Okinawa Prefecture. Special attention was given to a traditional custom of childcare by a girl of around 10 years old called Moriane.The r...
Influence of "Guidelines for breast/formula feeding and weaning" (Guidance) on the practice of feeding.
Project Year: Apr 2011 - Mar 2014
The present study examined influence of “Guidance for supporting breast/formula feeding and weaning” (MHLW) on the practice of feeding. Staff in maternity hospitals (n=204) and health centers (n=35) and mothers (n=231) in Tokyo, Osaka, and Toulous...
Tau analysis of mother-infant interaction with bodily contact by a motion-capture system
Project Year: Apr 2011 - Mar 2014
Mother-infant communication at the situations of put-down/pick-up, solid-feeding, and tactile play was examined at 6 months and 9 months of age with a use of motion-capture system and a video recording system. The results indicate that mothers and...
A Cohort Study Examining Genetic and Environmental Factors on Infants and Its Effect on Social Behavior in Childhood
Project Year: Apr 2009 - Mar 2014
The purpose of the study is to investigate the relationship between infant behavior, environmental factors and later social behavior. The findings of the study were as follows:1. There is a dividing point at around 9 months of age during the deve...