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KOGO Reiko

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FacultyTeaching Educatuin Division
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Last Updated :2020/07/08

Research Activities

Research Areas

  • Humanities & social sciences, Special needs education
  • Humanities & social sciences, Educational psychology

Published Papers

  • The Subjective Magnitudes of Adverbs Followed by Adjectives : The Evaluation in Two Different Psychophysical Measurements, KAMIYA Naoki, KOGO Reiko, MATSUURA Hiroyuki, Journal of Biomedical Fuzzy Systems Association, Journal of Biomedical Fuzzy Systems Association, 17(1), 17 - 22, Jul. 29 2015
    Summary:When adverbs are used to evaluate certain events, the assumptions of the even stage and the fixed order among adverbs are made regardless of differences in the choice of words. Our previous study demonstrated that the proper measure value of subjective magnitude is the partition scaling measure value which transformed to fuzzy measure, and that the subjective magnitude of adverb followed by verb changes depending on the evaluation method of words. The purpose of present study was to test that assumption about the case in adjective was followed by adverb. Data for analysis was obtained by two evaluation methods (i.e., the paired-comparison method as the discrimination scaling method and the graphical scale method as the partition scaling method). The adverbs used in this study were selected from ones used frequently in the evaluation of the vocational rehabilitation. The ad-verbs included 5 teido-fukushi (i.e., 'yaya' 'hikakuteki' 'aruteido' 'kanari' 'sukoshi'). Two types of adjectives fol-lowed: (1) adjectives expressing amount ('ooi (many)' --- 'sukunai (not many)') and (2) adjectives expressing speed ('hayai (quick)' --- 'osoi (slow)'). In order to compare the subjective magnitude of the adverb obtained by both evaluation methods, transformed into fuzzy measure as was the case in verbs by means of the heuristic algorithm. As a result, it was suggested that the partition scaling measure value is more appropriate as measured value of the subjective magnitude of target adverb, and that there is a problem in the hypothesis of the dis-crimination scaling method that the variability expressed in the psychological unit is constant on psychological continuum. On the other hand, the difference of convergence between two evaluation methods and the examination of computation algorithm remain as issues to be solved.
  • The Validation about the Difference of the Evaluation Value in Two Different Psychophysical Measurements, KAMIYA Naoki, MATSUURA Hiroyuki, KOGO Reiko, Journal of Biomedical Fuzzy Systems Association, Journal of Biomedical Fuzzy Systems Association, 15(2), 71 - 77, Oct. 2013 , Refereed
  • Association between finger dexterity/manual dexterity and WISC-3 PIQ level: analysis on students with intellectual disabilities, 向後 礼子, 望月 葉子, Understanding handicaps, Understanding handicaps, (9), 15 - 22, Aug. 2007
  • The subjective magnitude instability in the adverb used for an evaluation sentence, 神谷 直樹, 向後 礼子, The Science of reading, The Science of reading, 50(2), 51 - 58, Jul. 2006
  • Issue on the Vocational Evaluation for Transition from School to Work : for the Mild Developmental Disabilities, KOGO R, Japanese journal on developmental disabilities, Japanese journal on developmental disabilities, 28(2), 118 - 127, May 31 2006
  • Issue on Transition from Special Support Education to Work : From the View Point of Vocational Rehabilitation, MOCHIZUKI Y, 発達障害研究 = Japanese Journal on Developmental Disabilities, 発達障害研究 = Japanese Journal on Developmental Disabilities, 28(1), 49 - 50, Feb. 28 2006

Conference Activities & Talks

  • 発達障害者の非言語的コミュニケーションスキルと対人ストレスに関する検討, TAKEZAWA TOMOHIRO, KOGO REIKO, MOCHIZUKI YOKO, 日本発達心理学会大会論文集,   2015 02 01
  • 発達障害者の感情認知の特性評価とコミュニケーション上の課題の検討...F&T感情識別検査を用いて調査結果から..., TAKEZAWA TOMOHIRO, KOGO REIKO, MOCHIZUKI YOKO, NISHIMURA YUKIMI, 日本発達障害学会研究大会発表論文集,   2014 08
  • 非言語的コミュニケーションスキルと対人ストレスの関連について その1......発達障害者支援のためのストレス尺度の検討......, TAKEZAWA TOMOHIRO, MOCHIZUKI YOKO, KOGO REIKO, 日本発達心理学会大会論文集,   2014 02 01
  • 非言語的コミュニケーションスキルと対人ストレスの関連について その3......F&T感情識別検査拡大版における評価とストレス得点の検討......, KOGO REIKO, TAKEZAWA TOMOHIRO, MOCHIZUKI YOKO, 日本発達心理学会大会論文集,   2014 02 01
  • 非言語的コミュニケーションスキルと対人ストレスの関連について その2......感情の快‐不快度・経験頻度とストレス得点の検討......, MOCHIZUKI YOKO, KOGO REIKO, TAKEZAWA TOMOHIRO, 日本発達心理学会大会論文集,   2014 02 01
  • 発達障害者の非言語コミュニケーションに関する特性評価の試み その1~曖昧刺激を用いた検査課題と基準値の作成~, TAKEZAWA TOMOHIRO, MOCHIZUKI YOKO, CHINA SEIKO, KOGO REIKO, 職業リハビリテーション研究発表会発表論文集,   2013 12

Misc

  • Communication Support for the Developmental Disabilities, KOGO Reiko, The Journal of the Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers, 89, 3, 240, 243,   2006 03 01 , http://ci.nii.ac.jp/naid/110004665295
    Summary:発達障害者への支援のうち,読む,聞く,書くなどの学習面にかかわる困難を支援する機器については,既に利用されているか,あるいは近い将来の利用が期待できる.しかし,その一方で,感情の共有や文脈を正しく理解することが苦手,といったことが原因で起こる行動面での問題を軽減する機器については多くの課題が残されている.そのため,現在までのところ,感情や文脈の読み違え,理解の不十分さ・不適切さに関しては,人的な支援が有効である場面が多いといえる.
  • Evaluation of Mental Retarded Persons' Cognizablity of Facial Expression (III), KOGO Reiko, YAMANISI Jun-ichi, 日本教育工学会大会講演論文集, 11, 581, 582,   1995 11 03 , http://ci.nii.ac.jp/naid/10012502730
  • Evaluation of Mental Retarded Persons' Cognizability of Facial Expression (II) : Using Computer, KOGO REIKO, YAMANISI JUN-ICHI, MUTOU HIROFUMI, IEICE technical report. Education technology, 95, 260, 51, 57,   1995 09 22 , http://ci.nii.ac.jp/naid/110003192365
    Summary:To evaluate of mental retarded persons' cognizability of facial expression, we built a computer test system. Eighteen Subjects, their chronological age ranged 15 to 17,were tested by this system. The following results were obtained:(1) severe mental retarded persons whose IQ is about 25 could achieve the test with appropriate advice. (2) cognizability of facial expression showed the tendency to be associated with IQ. (3) more than 80 percents of subjects recognized negative facial expressions as positive ones.