NAITO, Mika

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Name
NAITO, Mika
Affiliation
Joetsu University of Education
Section
Graduate School of Education
Job title
Professor
Degree
Doctor of Literature (Ph.D)(Tokyo Metropolitan University), Master of Education (Sc.M)(Yokohama National University)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1989
 - 
1991
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science,
 
 
   
 
Research Fellow
 
1991
 - 
1995
Tokyo Metropolitan University, Research
 
 
   
 
Assistant
 
1995
 - 
2005
Joetsu University of Education, Lecturer,
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1991
Psychology, Graduate Course, Division of Humanities, Tokyo Metropolitan University
 
 
 - 
1983
Psychology, Faculty of Education, Yokohama National University
 

Published Papers

 
Memory development and "mental time travel": A comparison between autistic spectrum disorder and typical development.
NAITO Mika
Journal of Clinical Psychopathology   38(2) 220-225   Aug 2017   [Invited]
“心の理論”の社会文化的構成:現象学的枠組みによる認知科学批判の視点Socio-cultural construction of “Theory of mind”: A critical evaluation of cognitive science from phenomenological perspectives.
NAITO Mika
Japanese Journal of Developmental Psychology   27(4) 288-298   Dec 2016   [Refereed][Invited]
A conceptual change in "theory of mind": From universalism to sociocultural construction.
NAITO Mika
Japanese Psychological Review   54(3) 249-263   Dec 2011   [Refereed][Invited]
NAITO Mika
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology   109(4) 397-411   Aug 2011   [Refereed]
Foundations for the symptoms of autistic specturm: From a perspective of developmental psychology.
NAITO Mika
Japanese Journal of Psychiatric Treatment   25(12) 1597-1603   Dec 2010   [Invited]

Misc

 
Research on cognitive development in Autistic Spectrum Disorder: Memory development and "Mental time travel"
NAITO, Mika
Japanese Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry   57(3) 49-54   Jun 2016   [Invited]
”Theory of mind" in children with autism
NAITO Mika
Hattastu   135 60-65   Jul 2013   [Invited]
Conformity under indirect group pressure in junior high school students: Effects of normative and informational social influences and task importance.
Miyajima, Y., & Naito, M.
Japanese Journal of Developmental Psychology   19(4) 364-374   2008
Naito, M., & Koyama, K.
International Journal of Behavioral Development   30(3) 290-304   2006
Is theory of mind a universal and unitary construct?
ISSBD Newsletter   45 9-11   2004
Japanese children's numerical competencies : Age-and schooling-related influences on the development of number concepts and addition skills
Developmental Psychology   37(2) 217-230   2001
Older(but not younger) Siblings facilitate false belief understanding.
Developmental Psychology   34(1) 161-174   1998

Books etc

 
Developmental science of autistic spectrum disorder
NAITO Mika (Part:Joint Work, The "Mindblindness" hypothesis: A critical review.)
Nov 2017   
Theory of mind as the basis of development
Minerva Shobo   Mar 2016   
Contemporary perspectives on research in theory of mind in early childhood education.
NAITO Mika (Part:Contributor, From theory of mind to theory of relation: Sociocultural perspectives on Japanese children's social understanding.)
Information Age Publishing   Apr 2014   
Implicit memory: New directions in cognition, development, and neuropsychology.
P. Graf & M. E. J. Masson (Eds.) (Part:Contributor, Processes involved in childhood development of implicit memory.)
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates   Mar 1993   ISBN:0-8058-1115X
Processes involved in childhood development of implicit memory. In P Graf & M Masson (Eds.) Implicit memory.
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates   1993   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
False belief tasks, Japanese language, and its speakers [Invited]
NAITO Mika
International Annual conference of the Japanese Society for Language science   1 Jul 2017   
A critical evaluation of studies from Japan [Invited]
NAITO Mika
Annual Conference of Japanese Society of Developmental Psychology   27 Mar 2017   
Source memory and future thinking in children with ASD: A comparison with typically developing children.
NAITO Mika
The Japanese Society for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry   27 Oct 2016   
Memory development and "mental time travel" [Invited]
NAITO Mika
Annual Conference of Japanese Society of Psychopathology   8 Oct 2016   
Japanese and British explanations and predictions in differing interpretation: Cultural differences in advanced theory of mind
NAITO Mika
31st International Congress of Psychology   26 Jul 2016   
Cognitive development in autistic spectrum disorder: Memory development and "mental time travel" [Invited]
Naito, Mika
Japanese Society for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry   1 Oct 2015   
The development of future thinking in autistic children: A comparison with normally developing children
Naito, Mika
Japanese Society for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry   1 Oct 2015   
Children's prospective memory errors in a habitual task
Mika, Naito
Japanese Psychological Association   22 Sep 2015   
Japanese children's imderstanding of second-order false beliefs and complex emotions.
NAITO Mika
International Symposium: How social abilities develop: Acquisition of theory of mind, language, and culture.   18 Mar 2012   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Study on cognitive development
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research
Project Year: 1997 - 2001
Study on theories of mind
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research
Project Year: 1997 - 2004
Folk psychology in Japanese speakers: Semantic structures of Japanese mental verbs and their usage in text
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research
Project Year: 2009 - 2011

Social Contribution

 
The The Japanese Journal of Developmental Psychology
[Chief Editor]  Japan Society of Developmental Psychology  1 Jan 2017 - Today
Autistic spectrum disorder and memory
[Lecturer]  11 Feb 2017 - 12 Feb 2017
The Japanese Journal of Developmental Psychology
[Editor]  Japan Society of Developmental Psychology  1 Jan 2016 - 31 Dec 2016
The Japanese Journal of Developmental Psychology
[Editor]  Japan Society of Developmental Psychology  1 Jan 2014 - 31 Dec 2015