Makiko NAKA

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Name
Makiko NAKA
URL
http://www.psych.let.hokudai.ac.jp/labs/nakalab/
Affiliation
Ritsumeikan University
Section
College of Comprehensive Psychology
Job title
Professor
Degree
1987 Ph.D (Ochanomizu university)(Ochanomizu University)

Research Areas

 

Education

 
 
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1981
Graduate School, Division of Humanities, Ochanomizu University
 
 
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1984
Graduate School, Doctral Research Course in Human Culture, Ochanomizu University
 
 
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1979
Faculty of Education and Literature, Faculty of Letters and Education, Ochanomizu University
 

Published Papers

 
Interviews with victims and witnesses of crime in Japan: Research and practice.
Makiko NAKA
In D. Walsh, G. E. Oxburgh, A. D. Redlich, and T. Myklebust ( Eds.) International developments and practices in investigative interviewing and interrogation   1 43-57   2015
NICHD Protocol, Interviewing, Forensic, Children, Justice, Evidence based practice.
La Rooy, D. et al.
Journal of Criminological Research, Policy and Practice      2015
Makiko NAKA
In R. Bull ( Ed.) Investigative Interviewing.   103-122   2015
Claire M. Fletcher-Flinn, G. Brian Thompson, Megumi Yamada, Makiko Naka
Reading and Writing      Apr 2014
In research on the acquisition of reading, there have been cross-orthographic comparisons made between some alphabetic scripts and a few syllabic scripts. In the present study of Japanese Grade 1 children learning to read hiragana, a syllabic scri...
Steve M J Janssen, Steve M J Janssen, Ai Uemiya, Makiko Naka
Journal of Cognitive Psychology   26 307-321   Apr 2014
Life scripts are culturally shared expectations about the timing and order of life events in an idealised life course. To examine whether cultural life scripts are semantic knowledge about expectations of life events or personal memories of those ...
YAMASAKI Yuko, NAKA Makiko, ISHIZAKI Chikage, SATO Tatsuya
Ritsumeikan journal of human sciences   29 3-17   Feb 2014
Sasaki Shingo, Naka Makiko
The Japanese journal of psychology   84(6) 585-595   2014
This study examined the development of skills to report with different levels of exactness. A total of 62 first-grade children and 58 fourth-grade children were asked about numbers and lengths (numeral tasks) and colors and positions of objects (n...
Yukio Itsukushima, Kazunori Hanyu, Yasunari Okabe, Makiko Naka, Yuji Itoh, Satoshi Hara
Memory and Society: Psychological Perspectives   159-170   Dec 2013
Steve M J Janssen, Makiko Naka, William J. Friedman
Time and Society   22 274-290   Jul 2013
In this study, the influence of contemporaneous and retrospective recall of time pressure on the experience of time was examined. Participants (N = 868) first indicated how fast the previous week, month, year, and 10 years had passed. No effects o...
Takemura Akiko, Naka Makiko
The Japanese journal of developmental psychology   24(2) 160-170   Jun 2013
This study explored how older adults cope with uncontrollable life events such as serious health problems, the burden of looking after aging family members, and the loss of loved ones, based on the concept of fit-focused secondary control. In semi...
Maki Y, Janssen SM, Uemiya A, Naka M
Memory (Hove, England)   21(3) 286-300   Apr 2013   [Refereed]
Oyama Tomoko, Naka Makiko
The Japanese journal of developmental psychology   24(1) 1-12   Mar 2013
A sample of 50 preschoolers (28 five-year olds and 22 six-year olds) and their mothers participated in a study of how young children talk spontaneously about emotional events. Mothers were first asked to provide two positive and two negative event...
Psychology and Law in Japan.
Makiko NAKA
The Annual Report of Educational Psychology in Japan   52 115-127   2013
Naka M
Shinrigaku kenkyu : The Japanese journal of psychology   83(4) 303-313   Oct 2012   [Refereed]
NAKA MAKIKO
子どもの虐待とネグレクト   13(3) 316-325   Dec 2011
The Japanese journal of cognitive psychology   9(1) 65-73   Aug 2011
NAHATA YASUYUKI, NAKA MAKIKO
北海道心理学研究   (33) 75   Mar 2011
TAKIGAWA Shinya, NAKA Makiko
The Japanese Journal of Cognitive Psychology   9(1) 65-73   2011
The present study examines the influence of nostalgic feelings induced by music on the recall of autobiographical memory. Fifty-seven undergraduates were asked to describe autobiographical memories from their upper-grades at elementary school or j...
Makiko Nakata,Takuma Yokomae,Toshiyuki Fujito,Itaru Sano,Sonoyo Mukai
2011 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium, IGARSS 2011, Vancouver, BC, Canada, July 24-29, 2011   4026-4029   2011   [Refereed]
Itaru Sano,Sonoyo Mukai,Makiko Nakata,Brent N. Holben,Nobuyuki Kikuchi
2011 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium, IGARSS 2011, Vancouver, BC, Canada, July 24-29, 2011   4164-4167   2011   [Refereed]
Naka Makiko
The Japanese journal of developmental psychology   21(4) 365-374   Dec 2010
Feelings and emotions are essential elements of an event, even in a forensic context. The aim of this study was to explore how children come with age to describe feelings in situations that are relevant to child protection and child safety. A tota...
KAJI Yuichi, NAKA Makiko
Japan journal of educational technology   34(0) 117-120   Dec 2010
UCHIDA Nobuko, NAKA Makiko, SHIMIZU Yuki
The Japanese journal of developmental psychology   21(4) 309-310   Dec 2010
Barber SJ, Franklin N, Naka M, Yoshimura H
Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition   36(2) 545-551   Mar 2010   [Refereed]
The Annual Report of Educational Psychology in Japan   49(0) 41-44   2010
KAJI Yuichi, NAKA Makiko
Japan journal of educational technology   33(0) 189-192   Dec 2009
Uemiya Ai, Naka Makiko
The Japanese journal of developmental psychology   20(4) 393-405   Dec 2009
This study examined the relationship between various levels of the understanding of lies and the action of telling a lie. Children ages 3-6 years (N=73) performed five tasks: (1) identification-participants judged whether a statement was a lie or ...
Japanese journal of theoretical psychology   11(1) 4-6   2009
Young children's knowledge on truth and lie: What they know and how it relates to the behaviour of telling a lie.
The Japanese journal of developmental psychology   20(4) 0   2009
How can we overcome the fear of decreasing source monitoring ability? :Comments onKinjo's article.
Japanese Psychological Review   52(3) 0   2009
Effects of victim's picture and statement on judicial decisions: Approach from Psychology and Law
Journal of criminal law   48(3) 85-100   2009
上宮 愛, 仲真 紀子
Human developmental research,coder annual report   23(0) 215-220   2009
KAJI Yuichi, NAKA Makiko, HANADA Yasuhiro
Japan journal of educational technology   32(0) 181-184   Dec 2008
Nanzan law review. Nanzan hogaku   32(1) 75-109   Jul 2008
KAJI Yuichi, NAKA Makiko
The Japanese Journal of Cognitive Psychology   6(1) 21-33   2008
The enactment effect refers to the phenomenon of better memory performance for action phrases, such as “lift a pen,” when the phrases are enacted than when not. The purpose of this study is to explore the boundary conditions for enactment effects ...
Tandoh K, Naka M
The Japanese journal of psychology   78(3) 310-315   Aug 2007   [Refereed]
Rubin DC, Schrauf RW, Gulgoz S, Naka M
Memory (Hove, England)   15(5) 536-547   Jul 2007   [Refereed]
Ishizaki C, Naka M, Aritomi M
The Japanese journal of psychology   78(1) 63-69   Apr 2007   [Refereed]
Maki Y, Naka M
Shinrigaku kenkyu : The Japanese journal of psychology   77(4) 333-341   Oct 2006   [Refereed]
Naka Makiko, Maki Yoichi
Applied Cognitive Psychology   20(5) 649-659   Jul 2006
A number of large-scale surveys have shown that many adults, particularly university students, believe that traumatic memories can be repressed and then recovered at a later point in time. How do ordinary people like students, most of whom may not...
Sawabe M, Saito M, Naka M, Kasahara I, Saito Y, Arai T, Hamamatsu A, Shirasawa T
Pathology international   56(6) 315-323   Jun 2006   [Refereed]
KAJI Yuichi, NAKA Makiko
The Japanese journal of psychonomic science.   24(2) 162-170   Mar 2006
The differences between memories of enacted actions and imagined actions were investigated by using two kinds of source monitoring (SM) tasks. Experiment 1 involved an internal SM task in which the participants were instructed to perform, imagine,...
SHIRAISHI Hiroaki, NAKA Makiko, EBIHARA Naokuni
The Japanese Journal of Cognitive Psychology   4(1) 33-42   2006
This study examines the effects of two types of cognitive interview on recall and source recognition of information presented in a film and in a questionnaire. Specifically, the study assesses the effects of interview on the source recognition of ...
19-24. 19-24.Mother-child conversation about past events: Mothers' support and children's elaboration
SIG-SLUD   A602-04(11(16)/) 19-24   2006
Applied Cognitive Pychology   20 649-659   2006
Memory talk and testimony in children
Handbook of East Asian Psycholinguistics   123-129   2006
Koyama Y, Matsuoka H, Mochizuki T, Higashino H, Kawakami H, Nakata S, Aono J, Ito T, Naka M, Ohashi Y, Higaki J
Radiology   235(3) 804-811   Jun 2005   [Refereed]
The Annals of the Hokkaido Psychological Society   0(27) 1-13   2004
NAKA MAKIKO
The Annual report of educational psychology in Japan   42(0) 57-67   Mar 2003
JIN Jing Ai, NAKA Makiko
The Japanese journal of developmental psychology   13(3) 274-283   Dec 2002
As children develop autobiographical memories and narrative skills, parents encourage them to talk about past events. This study examined the interaction of two phenomena : (1) adaptation according to the child's age by mothers and fathers in thei...
NAKA Makiko
Japanse journal of law and psychology   1(1) 80-92   Oct 2001
By analyzing transcripts of a child testimony in court, we studied how a child is questioned by a judge, a prosecutor (child's advocate) and a defense attorney, and how such questions affect the child's answers. First, we counted the linguistic in...
Naka Makiko
Journal of Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence   16(2) 278-285   Mar 2001
NAKA Makiko, Jin Jing Ai, Chen Ming-Hua
Bulletin of the Faculty of Education, Chiba University. I, Pedagogy   47(0) 1-6   Feb 1999
NAKA Makiko
The Japanese journal of psychonomic science.   16(2) 100-106   Mar 1998
By modeling after the real-world cases, we investigated the variables that would affect the reliability of eyewitness testimony. Two case-studies were presented. In study 1, we examined the salespersons' incidental memory for a customer by simulat...
NAKA Makiko
Bulletin of the Faculty of Education, Chiba University. I, Pedagogy   46(0) 1-18   Feb 1998
NAKA M.
Memory & Cognition   26(4) 804-809   1998
Horiuchi Yasuo, Yoshino Aya, Naka Makiko, Tutiya Syun, Ichikawa Akira
Research reports of Faculty of Technology, Chiba University   48(2) 33-60   Mar 1997
NAKA Makiko
Bulletin of the Faculty of Education, Chiba University. I, Pedagogy   45(0) 1-6   Feb 1997
NAKA Makiko
Bulletin of the Faculty of Education, Chiba University. I, Pedagogy   44(0) 71-78   Feb 1996
NAKA Makiko, ITSUKUSHIMA Yukio, ITOH Yuji
Japanese psychological research   38(1) 14-24   1996
NAKA Makiko, YASUDA Hiromi
Bulletin of the Faculty of Education, Chiba University. I, Pedagogy   43(0) 1-6   Feb 1995
The present article studied asymmetrical conversation between two adults who had a gap in linguistic ability, i. e., a native speaker and a foreigner. Japanese and foreign undergraduates had conversations either in Japanese or in English: In the J...
NAKA Makiko
Japanese psychological research   37(2) 91-102   1995
We investigated the effect of retention intervals and environmental knowledge on memory for areas in natural environment: A campus of junior high school. In Experiment 1, areas for the school building, playground, and swimming pool were estimated ...
NAKA Makiko, TAKIZAWA Masahiro
Bulletin of the Faculty of Education, Chiba University. Part I   38(0) 31-36   Feb 1990
NAKA Makiko, TAJIMA Takako
Bulletin of the Faculty of Education, Chiba University. Part I   37(0) 1-15   Feb 1989
NAKA Makiko
The Japanese journal of educational psychology   36(3) 220-228   Sep 1988
"Dakedo" is a conjunction which is used to connect the premise and its implication. The purpose of this study is to investigate the kind of implications derived from a premise through the conjunction "dakedo", and the developmental change in its u...
NAKA Makiko
Bulletin of the Faculty of Education, Chiba University. Part I   36(0) 1-24   Feb 1988
NAKA Makiko
The Japanese Journal of Educational Psychology   36(3) 220-228   1988
"Dakedo" is a conjunction which is used to connect the premise and its implication. The purpose of this study is to investigate the kind of implications derived from a premise through the conjunction "dakedo", and the developmental change in its u...
NAKA Makiko
The Japanese journal of educational psychology   34(2) 111-119   Jun 1986
This study investigated how people made indirect refusals in a questionnaire and the role-play experiment. At first, 3rd, 5th, and 8th graders and undergraduates were asked to write down refusals to simple requests such as "Help me to relocate a b...
NAKA Makiko
The Japanese Journal of Educational Psychology   34(2) 111-119   1986
This study investigated how people made indir ect refusals in a questionnaire and the role-play experiment. At first, 3rd, 5th, and 8th graders and undergraduates were asked to write down refusals to simple requests such as "Help me to relocate a ...
Naka Makiko
The Japanese journal of psychology   56(1) 1-7   1985
Information (in human thoughts) activated by a series of preceding stimuli was defined in this study as the context for the following stimuli. To investigate the factors that affect context formation and the property of the context, semantically r...
Naka Makiko
The Japanese journal of psychology   55(1) 1-7   1984
This study investigated the interactive activation process of homograph (H: e.g. "jam") and context word (C: e.g, "strawberry"). Subjects studied a list of H-C or C-H pairs, where presentation intervals between H and C were varied (0, 0.6, or 1.2s...
Naka Makiko, Muto Takashi
The Japanese journal of educational psychology   31(3) 195-202   Sep 1983
To understand an indirect request(e. g. "I want to know the time." to ask for the time), the context is very important. The purpose of this study was to investigate how important contextual information was, and to see how it affected understanding...
Naka Makiko
The Japanese journal of educational psychology   31(1) 28-37   Mar 1983
The conjunction "dakara" is supposed to be used in both the logical inference(eg."It is hot in summer. Dakara it is not in summer, if it is not hot.")and the pragmatic inference(eg."It is hot in summer. Dakara we wear light clothes in summer."). T...
Naka Makiko
The Japanese Journal of Educational Psychology   31(1) 28-37   1983
The conjunction "dakara" is supposed to be used in both the logical inference (eg."It is hot in summer. Dakara it is not in summer, if it is not hot.") and the pragmatic inference (eg."It is hot in summer. Dakara we wear light clothes in summer.")...
Naka Makiko, Muto Takashi
The Japanese Journal of Educational Psychology   31(3) 195-202   1983
To understand an indirect request (e. g."I want to know the time." to ask for the time), the context is very important. The purpose of this study was to investigate how important contextual information was, and to see how it affected understanding...
Naka Makiko, Muto Takashi, Fujitani Reiko
The Japanese journal of educational psychology   30(3) 175-184   Sep 1982
How do people understand indirect requests? Our study investigated the elements affecting understanding of Japanese indirect requests. First, we studied 6 fundamental elements identified by Clark(Cognitive Psychology, 1979, 11, 430-477), to see wh...
Naka Makiko, Muto Takashi, Fujitani Reiko
The Japanese Journal of Educational Psychology   30(3) 175-184   1982
How do people understand indirect requests? Our study investigated the elements affecting understanding of Japanese indirect requests. First, we studied 6 fundamental elements identified by Clark (Cognitive Psychology, 1979, 11, 430-477), to see w...

Misc

 
仲 真紀子
家裁調査官研究紀要   (20) 1-35   Sep 2015
TAKAGI Kotaro, MORI Naohisa, NAKA Makiko, HAMADA Sumio, IBUSUKI Makoto, OCHIAI Yoji
Japanse journal of law and psychology   15(1) 23-36   2015
In this symposium, we discussed the changes in Japanese forensic psychological research with the introduction of video recordings of interrogations. Three forensic psychologists reported their experiences on providing advice to police officers and...
FUJITA Masahiro, OCHI Keita, WATANABE Kazumi, SHINOMIYA Satoru, NAKA Makiko
Japanse journal of law and psychology   12(1) 62-66   Oct 2012
岡田 悦典, 仲 真紀子, 藤田 政博
法と心理   13(1) 87-92   Oct 2013
岡田 悦典, 仲 真紀子, 藤田 政博
Japanese Journal of Law and Psychology   13(1) 87-92   2013
UEMIYA Ai, YAMAMOTO Kenichi, OKADA Yoshinori, Yamasaki Yuko, NAKA Makiko
Japanse journal of law and psychology   10(1) 101-106   Mar 2011
NABATA Yasuyuki, NAKA Makiko, TAKADA Michitaka
Japanese journal of law and psychology   10(1) 123-130   Mar 2011
This study investigated the influence of positive leading information, negative leading information and emotionality of the witnessed event on post-event information effect. A total of 123 undergraduates participated in the study. There were two t...
NAKA Makiko
Japanse journal of law and psychology   12(1) 10-11   Oct 2012
In response to a proposal by the Science Council of Japan (2011), we held a symposium to synthesize knowledge from practitioners, lawyers, and psychologists to identify problems that inhibit the improvement of interviews and interrogations as well...
NAKA Makiko
Japanse journal of law and psychology   12(1) 27-32   Oct 2012
The aim of a forensic interview is to collect as much accurate information as possible to ensure a person's right to be heard. In this paper, we briefly reviewed the results of research on forensic interviews with eyewitness (the Cognitive Intervi...
Claire M. Fletcher-Flinn, G. Brian Thompson, Megumi Yamada, Makiko Naka
Reading and Writing   24 623-633   Jul 2011
In research on the acquisition of reading, there have been some cross-orthographic comparisons between alphabetic scripts and the hiragana syllabic script. One of the theoretical motives for these comparisons is the hypothesis that phonological aw...
NABATA Yasuyuki, NAKA Makiko
Proceedings JSCP   2010(0) 63-63   2010
本研究では, 正導事後情報と誤導事後情報が目撃者の記憶に及ぼす影響を参加者内計画で検討した。大学生24名が参加した。実験者は参加者に出来事(映画)を提示した後,12項目の事後情報(出来事に一致する正導情報,一致しない誤導情報,どちらでもない中性情報を各4項目ずつ含む)を描写文形式で提示した。続いて,挿入課題に回答させた。最後に,出来事に関する手がかり再生テスト(12項目)に回答させた。テストの正答率について事後情報(正導群,中性群,誤導群)の1要因分散分析を行った。その結果,正導群は誤導群...
上宮 愛, 仲 真紀子
Human developmental research,coder annual report   24(0) 25-36   2010
子どもへの性的虐待, 性犯罪における被害の聴取において, アナトミカル・ドール(anatomicaldoll; anatomically detailed dolls)といわれる人形を用いる場合がある。アナトミカル・ドールは, 解剖学的に正しく人間の体を再現したものであり, 性器などの身体部位が備わっている。子どもへの聞き取りにおいてアナトミカル・ドールを用いることについては様々な議論がなされている。本研究の目的は, 動作, 空間的位置情報, 身体部位への接触, 物の移動などの言語化が困難...
Japanese journal of law and psychology   9(1) 24-28   Oct 2010
YAMASAKI Yuko, NAKA Makiko
Japanse journal of law and psychology   7(1) 8-18   Aug 2008
In trials, lay judges will hear a lot of legal terms and concepts that might not be in daily use. The existence of such terms and concepts, even if the explanation about them is added, might become too heavy a cognitive load for them and may adver...
SUGAI Eiko, NAKAMA Noriko
Journal of Hokkaido Branch of the Society of Japan Science Teaching   0(21)    Feb 2010
NAKA Makiko, SUGIURA Hitomi, HIROI Ryoichi, SHIRATORI Yuji, NISHIDA Miki, NISHIO Yosuke
Japanse journal of law and psychology   7(1) 70-72   Aug 2008
Kaji Yuichi, Naka Makiko
Proceedings JSCP   2008(0) 11-11   2008
学習時に書記の動作をすることが記憶成績に及ぼす影響について,動作の大きさと参加者間・内要因を操作して検討した。学習条件として,腕で身体の前方に大きく空書する空書大条件,人差し指で机に小さく空書する空書小条件,身体を動かさない空書なし条件の3条件を設けた。記銘材料は2桁数字のリストであった。実験1は,学習条件を参加者間要因とし,24名の参加者を対象に行った。その結果,学習条件間に有意な差は見られなかった。実験2は,学習条件を参加者内要因とし,21名の参加者を対象に行った。その結果,空書大条件...
KIMURA Yota, YOSHIKAWA Sakiko, NAKA Makiko, ICHIHARA Shigeru
ITE technical report   29(64) 87-92   Nov 2005
Kimura Yota, Yoshikawa Sakiko, Naka Makiko, Ichihara Shigeru
Technical report of IEICE. HCS   105(385) 87-92   Oct 2005
It has been well accepted that emotion is processed differently by each brain hemisphere. A number of studies reported these brain asymmetries of emotion perception in a single modality (Vision/Auditory), but it was quite few studies to examine th...
山崎 優子, 伊東 裕司, 仲 真紀子
Corrections and Rehabilitation Research Center journal   0(2) 120-139   2005
A partial amendment of the Criminal Procedure Act was delivered in 2004. The law entitles a judge to decide admissibility/inadmissibility of evidence in a pretrial procedure. Because the procedure is closed to lay judges in the future mixed tribun...
Japanese journal of law and psychology   7(1) 70-72   Aug 2008
FUJITA K, ORITA K, HAGA T, KURIHARA K, YAMASHITA S, ABE M, NAKA M, NAGAMI T
日本教育工学会大会講演論文集   12(0) 441-442   Nov 1996
HAGA T, KURIHARA K, ORITA K, FUJITA K, YAMASHITA S, ABE M, NAKA M, NAGAMI T
日本教育工学会大会講演論文集   12(0) 443-444   Nov 1996
Memory for a child's testimony in a mock court: Memory for transcriptions of examination in chief and cross-examination
Proceeding of ICCS/ASCS-2003 Joint International Conference on Cognitiv Science   9999   2003
ORITA K, FUJITA K, HAGA T, KURIHARA K, YAMASHITA S, ABE M, NAKA M, NAGAMI T
日本教育工学会大会講演論文集   12(0) 445-446   Nov 1996
Self and interpersonal relationship in aged autobiographical memory
77(4) 333-341   2006
NAKA Makiko
月刊言語   25(3) 58-65   1996
特集: ウソの言語学
The use of dolls in reporting a event by preschool children.
Human Developmental Research: CORDER Annual Report   23 215-220   2009
Horiuchi Yasuo, Nakano Yukiko, Koiso Hanae, Ishizaki Masato, Suzuki hiroyuki, Okada Michio, Naka Makiko, Tutiya Syun, Ichikawa Akira
Journal of Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence   14(2) 261-272   Mar 1999
The Japanese Map Task Corpus was created between 1994 and 1998 and contains a collection of 23 hour digital recordings, digitized maps and orthographic transcriptions of 128 dialogues by 64 native Japanese speakers. Map task dialogues are dialogue...
Aono Motoko, Ichikawa Akira, Koiso Hanae, Sato Shinji, Naka Makiko, Tutiya Syun, Yagi Kenji, Watanabe Naoya, Ishizaki Masato, Okada Michio, Suzuki Hiroyuki, Nakano Yukiko, Nonaka Keiko
IPSJ SIG Notes   94(90) 25-30   Oct 1994
This paper describes the Japanese Map Task Corpus project at Chiba University. The project aims to build a linguistically and acoustically reliable and cognitively significant corpus of dialogs conducted in Japanese. The basic design follows that ...
Naka Makiko, Naoi Hiroshi
Memory & Cognition   23(1) 201-212   1995
Repeated writing, or rehearsal by writing, is a common memory strategy for the Japanese, especially when learning new logographic characters. The to-be-remembered items are written down not as external prompts, as with reminder notes, but to be me...
Naka Makiko, Gomi Masanobu, Komiya Chizuko
Collected papers of the Japanese Language School   18(0) 137-159   1991
Present article reports the integrated approach planned and practiced by eight teachers for forty-nine intermediate level students at Japanese Language School attached to Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Oct. to Nov., 1989. The course consiste...
青野 元子, 市川 熹, 小磯 花絵, 佐藤 伸二, 仲 真紀子, 土屋 俊, 八木 健司, 渡部 直也, 石崎 雅人, 岡田 美智男, 鈴木 浩之, 中野 有紀子, 野中 慶子
情報処理学会研究報告音声言語情報処理(SLP)   1994(90) 25-30   Oct 1994
This paper describes the Japanese Map Task Corpus project at Chiba University. The project aims to build a linguistically and acoustically reliable and cognitively significant corpus of dialogs conducted in Japanese. The basic design follows that ...

Books etc

 
Where developmental psychology meets the law
Japan Soceiety of Developmental Psychologh, Shizuo Iwatate, Masuo Koyasu, and Koich Negayama. Eds (Part:Contributor, Forensic Interviews with witnesses and alleced child victims. Pp. 251-264.)
Hitsuji Shobo.   2016   
Frontiers in Developmental Psychology Resesarch: Japanese Perspectives.(Japan Soceiety of Developmental Psychologh, Shizuo Iwatate, Masuo Koyasu, and Koich Negayama. Eds.)
Makiko NAKA (Part:Contributor, Where developmental psychology meets the law: Forensic Interviews with witnesses and alleced child victims. Pp. 251-264.)
2016   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
The relationship between autistic tendencies and the occurrence of Verbal Overshadowing Effect
Banjoya,H. and Naka, M.
The 10th East Asian Association of Psychology and Law conference   23 Oct 2016   
Keynote: Forensic interviews with witnesses and alleged child victims: Research and Practice - Multi Disciplinary Team Approach in Japan-. [Invited]
Makiko NAKA
The 10th East Asian Association of Psychology and Law conference   23 Oct 2016   
"Kyara" (a Japanese Term for Simplified Personality) and the Multiple Self in Japanese Adolescents
Murai, F., Kato, H., & Naka, M.
The 31st International congress of Psychology   28 Jul 2016   
Introduction to Keynote Address by Ray, Bull "Research on improving the interviewing of suspects"
Makiko NAKA
The 31st International congress of Psychology   28 Jul 2016   
Effects of rapport building strategies and questioning styles on the investigative interview: Part 3
Yamamoto, S., Naka, M., Wachi, T., Watanabe, K., Yokota, K., & Tominaga, R.
The 31st International congress of Psychology   27 Jul 2016   
Introduction to Keynote Address by Loftus, Elizabeth, F. "The Memory Factory"
Makiko NAKA
The 31st International congress of Psychology   26 Jul 2016   
The use of forensic interviews with alleged child victims/witnesses in a MDT team in Japan.In Invied Symposium: The investigative interviewing of suspects and witnesses/victims
Makiko NAKA
The 31st International congress of Psychology   26 Jul 2016   
The use of forensic interviews with alleged child victims and witnesses in Japan
Makiko NAKA
In Diversity In Harmony Symposium: Psychology and Law in Japan: From the Lab to Applied Knowledge in the Criminal Justice System (Symposium sponsored by Japanese Society for Law and Psychology)   2016   
Information to deal with in forensic interviews: Practitioner’s view before and after the training
Makiko NAKA
International Congress of Applied Psychology   10 Jul 2014   
The effect of different methods of interviews/examinations on the evaluation of testimony.
Makiko NAKA
The 7th East Asian Psychology and Law Conference   Oct 2013   
Promoting the use of forensic interviews in Japan: Working together with Child Guidance Center
Makiko NAKA
International Society for Criminology   8 Aug 2011   
Training social workers on child investigative interviewing in Japan: What changes?
Makiko NAKA
International Society for Criminology   Aug 2011   
Children’s description of feelings of others and of their own in negative and positive situations
Makiko NAKA
17th Biennial Conference of the Australasian Human Development Association   6 Jul 2011   
Child eyewitness testimonies in Japan: Research and cases [Invited]
Makiko NAKA
17th Biennial Conference of the Australasian Human Development Association   Jul 2011   
Effects of background information on identification/interpretation of the central figure
Isaka, K., Naka,M., &Michimata,C.
Pacifico Yokohama Conference Center 3F 316.   26 Jul 2016   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Japan Science and Technology Agency: Japan Science and Technology Agency
Project Year: Oct 2008 - Sep 2012    Investigator(s): Makiko NAKA
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(B))
Project Year: 2007 - 2010    Investigator(s): Kazuo MORI
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(A))
Project Year: 2007 - 2010    Investigator(s): Yuji SHIRATORI
Law and Psychology, especially Forensic Psychology may afford the useful analysis on the communication between Judges and Lay Judges (Saiban-in) or their attitudes toward the Judicial System, in the Epoch of Judicial Reform. On the other hand, For...
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(B))
Project Year: 2007 - 2009    Investigator(s): Takashi MIYAZAKI
We have focused on the following issues in this research.(1) What are behind difficulties the excluded youth are facing?(2) How should we design a support system for the excluded youth?By intensive analyses on support activities and system, we hav...
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(B))
Project Year: 2005 - 2008    Investigator(s): Makiko NAKA