DOHNO Keiko

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Name
DOHNO Keiko
Degree
Ph.D.(Hiroshima University), MA(Hiroshima University)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
 
   
 
Professor, Yasuda Women's University Faculty of Letters Department of Psychology
 
1976
 - 
1984
Yasuda Women's College, Lectureler
 
1984
 - 
1990
Yasuda Women's College, Assistant Professor
 
1990
   
 
- Hirosima Shyudoh University, part-time
 
 
   
 
Lectureler
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1974
Graduate School, Division of Education, Hiroshima University
 
 
 - 
1967
Faculty of Education, Hiroshima University
 

Misc

 
Effects of Dimensional Preference and Overtraining upon Optional Shift Learning in Preschool Children
The Japanese Journal of Psychology   46(1)    1975
Reversal and Half-reversal Learning Using Unrelated Stimuli in Children
The Japanese journal of Psychology   47(6)    1977
Effects of Observer's Motivational Level on Vicarious Reinforcement in Preschoolers
The Japanese Journal of Psychology   48(2)    1977
Consecutive Intradimensional Shift Learning Using a Single Stimulus Pair in Each Series in Children
The Japanese Journal of Psychology   49(4)    1978
Reversal Learning Using Unrelated Stimali in Preschool Children-Overtraining Effects Uunder the Presentation of Clustered Stimuli
Journal of Yasuda Women's University   7    1978

Works

 
Psychological Study of the Development of Social Skills
2000
Psychological Study of the Development of Self-regulation
1994 - 1995
Psychological Study of the Development of Prosociality
1994
Psychological Study of the Development of Social Skills
2000

Research Grants & Projects

 
Study of Learning Modes in Preschool Children : Discriminational Shift Learning
The Other Research Programs
Project Year: 1996   
Fundamental Processes of the Life-span Development : Development of Prosociality
The Other Research Programs
Project Year: 1994   
Fundamental Processes of the Life-span Development : Development of Social Skills
The Other Research Programs
Project Year: 1999   
Fundamental Processes of the Life-span Development : Development of Self-regulation
The Other Research Programs