Watanabe Kanae

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Name
Watanabe Kanae
Affiliation
Kanagawa University
Section
Faculty of Human Sciences Department of Human Sciences
Job title
Professor
Research funding number
50262358

Research Areas

 
 

Published Papers

 
Teaching Basic Life Support Skills in Primary School Health Education
Journal of Teaching and Education   7(1) 67-72   Dec 2017   [Refereed]
Comparative study of preschool children's current health issues and health education in New Zealand and Japan
Kanae Watanabe, Annette Dickinson
Contemporary Issues in Education Research   10(4) 219-223   Oct 2017   [Refereed]
Teaching organ transplamtation to children for fostering zest for living as school health education
Asia Pacific Journal of Contemporary Education and Communication Technology   3(1) 55-63   Jan 2017   [Refereed]
Comparative study of children's current health conditions and health education in New Zealand and Japan
Kanae Watanabe, Annette Dickinson
Contemporary Issues in education research   8(2) 117-122   Apr 2015   [Refereed]
The process of learning tool-use in movements in infants observed from hand preference, given tool location, orientation, and gaze.
69 141-149   Dec 2015

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Comparative study of children's current health conditions and health education in New Zealand and Japan
Kanae Watanabe, Annette Dickinson
2015 Maui International Business & Education Conference   5 Jan 2015   
The process of learning tool-use in 3 years old children observed from hand preference given tool location and gaze
8th IBRO World Congress of Neuroscience in 2011   18 Jul 2011   
Effects of short Term Training of BLS for School Teachers
The First Asia-Pacific Conference on Health Promotion and Education   19 Jul 2009   
Case studies of the effects of exercise on controlling body fat ratio and maintaining bone mass density during maternity period
19th IUHPE World Conference on Health Promotion and Health Education   11 Jun 2007   
The strategy in humans when capturing a moving target depends on whether the target trajectory is predictable or not, and when it is unpredictable, the strategy chosen seems to simplify corrective actions
Kanae Watanabe, Chikara Miyaji
5th of European Neuroscience   10 Jul 2006