NISHIYAMA Osamu

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Name
NISHIYAMA Osamu
Affiliation
Okayama University
Section
Graduate School of Education
Job title
Associate Professor
Degree
-(Okayama University)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1992
 - 
1993
Okayama University, Research Assistant
 
1993
 - 
1994
Public elementary school teacher
 
1996
 - 
1997
Hiroshima University, Teaching Assistant
 
1997
 - 
2000
Fukuyama City Junior College for Women
 
1998
 - 
1999
Yamanashi University, Part-time Teacher
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1997
Graduate School, Division of Education, Hiroshima University
 
 
 - 
1990
Faculty of Education, Tokyo Gakugei University
 

Misc

 
The Effects of Self-esteem and Causal Attribution for Failure upon student Learning Behavior
Osamu NISHIYAMA
JAPAN JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY(ISSN0385-5236)   21 45-48   1997
Understanding Children in Aggrieved Situations -A Case Study on Kindergarten Teachers in Five-Years-Olds Classes-
Osamu NISHIYAMA, Mika KATAYAMA and Wen-huei HSIEH
THE JAPANESE JOURNAL OF INFANT CARE AND EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION(ISSN0919-5068)   (6) 75-82   1997
A Review of Researches on Early Conceptual Development with the Focus on the Social Interaction
Osamu NISHIYAMA
JOURNAL OF HOME EDUCATION(ISSN1342-3916)   (4) 32-43   1999
The Effect of Self-esteem,Causal Attribution, Expectancy and Affect upon Students' English Learning Behavior ; From the Viewpoint of Learning Support for Cognitive and Affective Processes.
Osamu NISHIYAMA
THE BULLETIN OF JAPANESE CURRICULUM RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT(ISSN0288-0334)   22(3) 53-62   1999
Psychosocial Meaning of Leaving Home : Relationship Between Ego Identity Status and View of Home in Adolescence Women
Osamu NISHIYAMA
JOURNAL OF HOME EDUCATION(ISSN1342-3916)   6 31-44   2001

Works

 
Relationship Between Ego Identity and View of Home in Adolescence Women
2000

Research Grants & Projects

 
Study on Children's Social Development
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Study on Knowledge Aquisition and Educational Practices
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