KAWAUCHI Kiyohiko

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Name
KAWAUCHI Kiyohiko
Degree
Master of Arts in Education(Tokyo Unibersity of Education), Ph.D.(University of Tsukuba)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2013
 - 
Today
emeritus professor, University of Tsukuba
 
Apr 2012
 - 
Today
specially appointed professor, University of Tsukuba
 
1993
 - 
2004
 Institute of Disability Sciences,University of Tsukuba
 
2004
   
 
- Graduate School of Comprehensive Human Sciences, University of Tsukuba
 
1976
 - 
1993
 Tokyo Metropolitan Rehabilitation Center
 
 
   
 
(Rehabilitation Counselor)
 
 
   
 
(Associate Professor)
 
 
   
 
(Professor)
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1976
Graduate School, Division of Special Education, University of Tsukuba
 
 
 - 
1974
Department of Special Education, Faculty of Education, Tokyo University of Education
 

Committee Memberships

 
2007
   
 
The Japan Association of Special Education  
 
2006
   
 
Association of Disability Sciences, Japan  director
 

Misc

 
Determinants of Intentions to Support for Students with Hearing Impairment.
MIZORO Tetsuya & KAWAUCHI Kiyohiko
Japanese Journal of Disability Sciences    38 45-53   Mar 2014   [Refereed]
Relationships among Support Needs, Help-seeking Intentions and Personal Factors of Students with Low Vision in Help-seeking Concerning Mobility, Reading and Writing
AIBA Daisuke & KAWAUCHI Kiyohiko & KAKIZAWA Toshifumi
Japanese Journal of Disability Sciences   37 27-37   Mar 2013   [Refereed]
hunhui Wu and Kiyohiko KAWAUCHI
The Japanese Journal of Special Education   49(3) 261-271   Sep 2011   [Refereed]
The effects of personal characteristics of students without disabilities on their reactance to help-seeking behavior of peers with partial sight
Daisuke Aiba & Kiyohiko Kawauchi
Japanese Journal of Disability Sciences   35 7-18   Mar 2011   [Refereed]
The role of blind soldiers as a factor of the continuation and undertaking of the Japan Braille library in the early Showa period
Japanese Journal of Disability Sciences   35 95-107   Mar 2011   [Refereed]
College Students' Reluctance to Interact With Peers Who Are Partially Sighted : Effects of Disability Disclosure
AIBA daisuke & KAWAUCHI Kiyohiko
The Japanese Journal of Special Education   48(4) 263-273   Nov 2010   [Refereed]
The effects of disability disclosure by the blind students on interpersonal attraction
Asami Tomita & Daisuke Aiba & Kiyohiko Kawauchi
Japanese Journal of Disability Sciences   34 33-43   Mar 2010   [Refereed]
Influence of Age of Losing Sight and Personal Characteristics on Daily Life Issues of People with Adventitious Visual Impairment
Department of Special Education National Changhua University of EducationJournal of Special Education   31 27-52   2010
The effects of disability disclosure by the blind students on interpersonal attraction
Association of Disability SciencesJapanese Journal of Disability Sciences   34 33-43   2010
Effects of Contact Factor and Gender on Attitudes of Classmates toward Peer with Mental Retardation Child in a Regular Class 
Atsuko Masuyama & Fumiko Higashibara & Kiyohiko Kawauchi
Japanese Journal of Disability Sciences   32 1-10   Mar 2008   [Refereed]
Influence of Situations of Daily Living on Quality of Life among Adventitious Visually-Impaired Person in Taiwan
Abstracts book of Vision 2008 the 9th International Conference on Low Vision      2008
Effects of Contact Factor and Gender on Attitudes of Classmates toward Peer with Mental Retardation Child in a Regular Class
Association of Disability Sciences, JapanJapanese Journal of Disability Sciences   32 3-12   2008
Type of Contact With People With and Without Disabilities and the Reluctance of College Students Without Disabilities to Interact With Peers With Disabilities
Kiyohiko Kawauchi
Japanese Journal of Educational Psychology   54(4) 509-521   Dec 2006   [Refereed]
Type of Contact With People With and Without Disabilities and the Reluctance of College Students Without Disabilities to Interact With Peers With Disabilities
The Japanese Association of Educational PhychologyThe Japanese journal of educational psychology   54(4) 509-521   2006
University Students' Self-Efficacy Expectations and Attitudes Toward Interactions With Peers With Disabilities : Influence of Disabling Condition, Interpersonal Situation, and Personal Characteristics
Kiyohiko Kawauchi
Japanese Journal of Educational Psychology   52(4) 437-447   Dec 2004   [Refereed]
University students' self-efficacy expectations and attitudes toward interactions with peers with disabilities: Influence of disabling condition, interpersonal situation, and personal characteristics.
The Japanese Association of Educational PsychologyThe Japanese Journal of Educational Psychology   52(4) 437-447   2004
Validity and Reliability of the General-Purpose Scale of Self-Efficacy Beliefs : Interactions with Students with Hearing Impairments or Visual Impairments
Kiyohiko Kawauchi
The Japanese Association of Special Education The Japanese Journal of Special Education   40(5) 451-461   2003   [Refereed]
Validity and reliability of the General-Purpose Scale of Self-Efficacy Beliefs: Interactions with Students with hearing impairments and visual impairments
The Japanese Association of Special EducationThe Japanese Journal of Special Education   40(5) 451-461   2003
Sighted College Students' Attitudes Toward Academic Supports for Peers with Visual Impairments : Self-Efficacy, Attitudes Toward Blind Persons, Image of Volunteering, and Willingness to Support
Kiyohiko Kawauchi
The Japanese Association of Special EducationThe Japanese Journal of Special Education   39(4) 33-45   2002   [Refereed]
Sighted college students' attitudes toward academic supports for peers with visual impairments : Self-efficacy, attitudes toward blind persons, images of volunteering, and willingness to support.
The Japanese Association of Special EducationThe Japanese Journal of Special Education   39(4) 33-45   2002
Kiyohiko Kawauchi
Japanese Journal of Educational Psychology   49(1) 81-90   Mar 2001   [Refereed]
The Japanese Association of Educational PsychologyThe Japanese Journal of Educational Psychology.   49(1) 81-90   2001
Legibility of Japanese Braille
SATO Masaaki & KAWAUCHI Kiyohiko
The Japanese Association of Special EducationThe Japanese Association of Special Education    38(2) 53-61   2000   [Refereed]
Legibility of Japanese braille.
The Japanese Association of Special EducationThe Japanese Journal of Special Education   38(2) 53-61   2000
Kiyohiko Kawauchi
Japanese Journal of Educational Psychology   47(4) 471-479   Dec 1999   [Refereed]
The Japanese Association of Educational PsychologyThe Japanese Journal of Educational Psychology   47(4) 471-479   1999
THE SELF-EFFICACY EXPECTATIONS OF NON-DISABLED STUDENTS ABOUT INTERACTIONS WITH STUDENTS WITH SENSORY IMPAIRMENTS IN COLLEGE CONTEXT
Kiyohiko Kawauchi & Akira Yokkaichi
The Japanese Association of Educational Psychology Japanese Journal of Educational Psychology   46(1) 106-114   Mar 1998   [Refereed]
The self-efficacy expectations of non-disabled students about interactions with students with sensory impairments in college context
The Japanese Association of Educational PsychologyThe Japanes Journal of Educational Psychology   46(1) 106-114   1998
The Semantic Structure of Images that Sixth Graders Have of Peers with and without Visual Impairments
Kiyohiko Kawauchi
The Japanese Association of Special Education The Japanese Association of Special Education   34(3) 63-71   1996   [Refereed]
The semantic structure of images that sixth graders have of peers with and without visual impairmants.
The Japanese Association of Special EducationThe Japanese Journal of Special Education   34(3) 63-71   1996
Sixth Graders' Images of Ten Types of Children with and without Visual Impairments
Kiyohiko Kawauchi
The Japanese Association of Special Education The Japanese Association of Special Education   31(3) 17-26   1993   [Refereed]
Sixth graders' images of ten types of children with and without visual impairments
The Japanese Association of Special EducationThe Japanese Journal of Special Education   31(3) 17-26   1993
The Structure of College Students' Attitudes Toward People with Physical Disabilities
Kiyohiko Kawauchi
The Japanese Association of Special Education The Japanese Association of Special Education   28(3) 25-35   1990   [Refereed]
The structure of college students' attitudes toward people with physical disabilities
The Japanese Association of Special EducationThe Japanese Journal of Special Education   28(3) 25-35   1990
The measurement of attitudes toward the Blindness
東京成徳社会福祉研究   (1) 27-44   1988
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SELF-RATING AND SOCIAL DESIRABILITY IN THE ATTITUDES OF VARIOUS GROUPS TOWARD VISUALLY IMPAIRED PERSONS
Kiyohiko Kawauchi & Yasumasa Sato & Tetsuu Kurokawa
The Japanese Association of Special Education   23(1) 1-13   Jun 1985   [Refereed]
The relationship between self-rating and social desirability in the attitudes of various groups toward visually impaired persons
The Japanese Association of Special EducationThe Japanese Journal of Special Education   23(1) 1-13   1985
ATTITUDES OF STUDENTS AND TEACHERS TOWARD THE VISUALLY HANDICAPPED: II : WITH EMPHASIS ON SOCIAL DESIRABILITY SCALE VALUES
Kiyohiko Kawauchi & Yasumasa Sato & Tetuu Kurokawa
The Japanese Association of Special Education The Japanese Association of Special Education   21(3) 20-25   1983   [Refereed]
Attitudes of students and teachers toward the visually handicapped. II : With emphasis on social desirability scale values
The Japanese Association of Special EducationThe Japanese Journal of Special Education   21(3) 20-25   1983
Sex education and counseling program for visually impaired youths in the United States of America
Sex Education Today   57 60-69   1983
Sexual and marital problems of handicapped persons : An up-to-date pieces of information
Rigaku Ryoho to Sagyo Ryoho   16(11) 737-747   1982
Sex education and counseling programs for persons with visual impairment in Western countries.
Visual Impairment   (61) 26-46   1982
ATTITUDES OF STUDENTS AND TEACHERS TOWARD THE VISUALLY HANDICAPPED : The Structure of Attitudes
Kiyohiko Kawauchi
The Japanese Association of Special EducationThe Japanese Association of Special Education   17(2) 19-32   1979   [Refereed]
Attitudes of students and teachers toward the visually handicapped : The structure of attitudes
The Japanese Association of Special EducationThe Japanese Journal of Special Education   17(2) 19-32   1979
Persons with physical disabilities and marriage in Europe and America.
Research Bulletin of Tokyo Metropolitan Rehabilitation Center Reports   10 105-115   1979
THE EFFECTS OF NEW BLINDNESS ON THE SELF-CONCEPTS
Kiyohiko Kawauchi
The Japanese Association of Special Education The Japanese Journal of Special Education   14(2) 16-27   1976   [Refereed]
The effects of new blindness on the self-concepts
The Japanese Association of Special EducationThe Japanese Journal of Special Education   14(2) 16-27   1976

Books etc

 
Attitudes of students and teachers toward persons with visual impairments
Bunka Shobo Hakubunsha   1990   

Research Grants & Projects

 
A comprehensive study on developing an educational program for improving nondisabled college students' willingness to help peers with disabilities in their mutual interactions
Project Year: Apr 2006 - Mar 2009    Investigator(s): KAWAUCHI Kiyohiko
A comprehensive study of educational assessment in a educational program for nondisabled college students to support peers with disabilities : Self-efficacy expectations' criterion
Project Year: Apr 2003 - Mar 2006    Investigator(s): KAWAUCHI Kiyohiko
The 2003 study explored the influence of disabling conditions, interpersonal situations, and personal characteristics on self-efficacy expectations and attitudes regarding interactions with students with disabilities. Factor analyses of data obtai...
Study on Self-Efficacy Expectations in Social Interaction between College Students with and without Disabilities
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research
Project Year: 1996   
Study on Images of Students without Disabilities about Peers with Sensory Disabilities.
Project Year: 1991   
A Study on Helping Behavior of Students without Disabilities toward Peers with Visual Impairments
Project Year: 1977