JIROUMARU Mutsuko

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Name
JIROUMARU Mutsuko
Affiliation
Seitoku University
Section
Faculty of Humanities, Department of Psychology
Degree
Doctor of Philosophy(Ph.D, Master of Child Psychology

Research Interests

 
 

Research Areas

 
 

Misc

 
A study of internal-external locus of control-cognitive pattern toward"value"-
The Japanese Journal of Psychology   46(5)    1975
Rotter's social learning theory and the concept of Generalized Expectancies
Bulletin of College of Medical Technotogy & Nursing The University of Tsukuba   4    1983
What is mother? : A study on the concept of motherhood
Bulletin of College of Medical Technology & Nursing The University of Tsukuba.   5    1984
Contextual Dependency of Number-counting in Preschool Children
Bulletin of College of Medical Technology & Nursing The University of Tsukuba   13    1992
A review of the studies on the acquisition and development of numbers in infants for the recent ten years : (1)
Bulletin of College of Medical Technology and Nursing The University of Tsukuba.   16 1-10   1995

Books etc

 
"Personality"
Shinyo-Sha Publ. Co.   1980   
Theories of Personality and Diagnostics chapter 3 in"Element of Modern Psychology"
Kyoiku Publ. Co.   1982   
How to develop personality chapter 5 in "Educational Psychology with Practical Cases"
Fukumura Publ. Co.   1986   
Internal control and External control in "Psychology of Personality"
Brain Publ. Co.   1986   
Infant patient and Adult patient chapter 3 in "Psychology of Patient".
Fukumura Publ. Co.   1987   

Works

 
Memorial concert evening of song and harp
1993
Harp concert-Rainbow harp ensemble
1997
Molnar's harp pieces ; Rainbow harp ensemble
1997
Therapeutic education of an autistic child(a junior high 3-rd grader)
2001
Psychological assessment and analysis of an LD child(a 6-year-old child)
2001

Research Grants & Projects

 
Theory for cognitive development of the children of Hereditary Sensory and Autnomic Neuropathy
Project Year: 2002 - 2007
Spiritual approaches in clinical Psychology
Project Year: 2005