Name

TOYAMA, Noriko

Official Title

Professor

Affiliation

(School of Human Sciences)

Contact Information

Mail Address

Mail Address
toyama[@]waseda.jp

URL

Grant-in-aids for Scientific Researcher Number
80328038

Sub-affiliation

Sub-affiliation

Faculty of Human Sciences(Graduate School of Human Sciences)

Research Field

Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research classification

Social sciences / Psychology / Educational psychology

Paper

Developmental changes in infants’ object interactions across the transitional period from crawling to walking

Toyama, N.

European Journal of Developmental Psychology Peer Review Yes 2020/00-2020/00

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Publish Classification:Research paper (scientific journal)

Development of implicit links between effort, pain, and recovery

Noriko Toyama

Peer Review Yes 2019/12-2019/12

DOI

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Publish Classification:Research paper (scientific journal)

Mothers’ environmental coordination to develop children’s finger-feeding skills

M. Shikada, N. Toyama, & Y. Aoki

Peer Review Yes 2019/12-2019/12

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Publish Classification:Research paper (scientific journal)

Development of integrated explanations for illness

Noriko Toyama

Cognitive Development Peer Review Yes 51p.1 - 132019/10-2019/10

How people share food with friends and strangers

H. Shibata & N. Toyama

Peer Review Yes 2018/09-

Social exchanges with objects across the transition from crawling to walking

Noriko Toyama

Early Child Development and Care Peer Review Yes 2018/08-

Development of the selection of trusted informants in the domain of illness

Noriko Toyama

Infant and Child Development Peer Review Yes 2017/06-

DOI

Adults’ explanations and children’s understanding of contagious illnesses, non-contagious illnesses, and injuries

Noriko Toyama

Early Child Development and Care Peer Review Yes 186p.526 - 5432016/04-

DOI

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Publish Classification:Research paper (scientific journal)

An intergenerational study of “the most memorable meal” and “good fare” in childhood

N. Toyama & T. Hasegawa

Journal for theIntegrated Study of Dietary Habit Peer Review Yes 26(4) p.215 - 2222016/03-

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Publish Classification:Research paper (scientific journal)

Preschool teachers' explanations on hygiene habits and young children's biological awareness of contamination

Noriko Toyama

Early Education and Development Peer Review Yes 27(1) p.38 - 532016/01-

DOI

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Publish Classification:Research paper (scientific journal)

Intra-cultural variation in child care practices in Japan

Noriko Toyama

Early Child Development and Care Peer Review Yes 2016/00-

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Publish Classification:Research paper (scientific journal)

Japanese children’s awareness of the effect of psychological taste experiences

Noriko Toyama

International Journal of Behavioral Development Peer Review Yes 40(5) p.408 - 4192016/00-

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Publish Classification:Research paper (scientific journal)

An intergenerational study of "the most memorable meal" and "good fare" in childhood

Toyama Noriko;Hasegawa Tomoko

Journal for the Integrated Study of Dietary Habits 26(4) p.215 - 2222016-2016

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ISSN:1346-9770

Outline: Undergraduate students (n = 367), who were born in the 1990s, and the generation who were born in the 1960s and have undergraduate-aged children (n = 300), completed questionnaires describing the most memorable meals and good fare from their childhood. The results were summed up as follows. First, among the 1960's, meals at home with their families were mainly (about 80%) cited as their most memorable meal in childhood, whereas among the undergraduates, in addition to these, those with friends were also often reported (about fifty-fifty). Second, the undergraduates frequently responded that their most memorable meals were special meals, for example, a New Year party, at home with their parents and grandparents. On the other hand, the 1960's often responded that theirs were everyday mealtimes at home. Third, the 1960's frequently nominated specific foods as their most memorable meal and good fare, for example, "suki-yaki" and "sushi," while the undergraduates nominated annual events such as Christmas and New Year parties more often. These results suggest that over the last few decades, people have gradually placed less importance on daily mealtimes at home, and also on family life itself. The results also appear to reflect the shift in the nature of consumption, that is, from "goods" to "service" or "experience".

Children's awareness on the devision of cognitive labor

Toyama Noriko

Proceedings of the Japanese Society for Cognitive Psychology 2016(0) 2016-2016

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Outline:This study examined young children’s information-seeking behavior for illness/injury by (1) identifying primary informants and (2) determining whether children’s evaluations of trusted informants change as they acquire domain knowledge of the illness. Study 1a, 1b, and 1c showed that 3- and 4-year-old children preferred mothers, teachers, and doctors, rather than other children or stuffed animals. When the task was about a rare animal’s illness, they preferred zookeepers, suggesting that children were discerning. In Study 2a and 2b, 4-, 7-, and 10-year-old children and adults were asked to indicate their preference of informants about contagious and non-contagious illnesses, and injuries between mothers, doctors, adult, and stuffed animals. The 4-year-olds always preferred mothers, while the 7- and 10-year-olds preferred doctors. Adults’ evaluations differed by type of illness and injury (Study 2b). 

Co-existence of scientific and non-scientific beliefs in illness conceptions

N. Toyama

Japanese Psychological Review Peer Review Yes 58(2) p.204 - 2192015/12-

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Publish Classification:Research paper (scientific journal)

The development of Japanese mother-infant feeding interactions during the weaning period

Noriko Toyama

Infant Behavior and Development Peer Review Yes 37p.203 - 2152014/03-

DOI

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Publish Classification:Research paper (scientific journal)

元気を養う食

外山紀子

児童心理 991p.40 - 452014-

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Publish Classification:Research paper(others)

Children’s causal explanations of psychogenic bodily reactions,

Noriko Toyama

Infant and Child Development Peer Review Yes 22p.216 - 2342013-

DOI

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Publish Classification:Research paper (scientific journal)

Japanese mother-infant collaborative adjustment in solid feeding

Noriko Toyama

Infant Behavior and Development Peer Review Yes 36p.268 - 2782013-

DOI

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Publish Classification:Research paper (scientific journal)

シンポジウム 授乳・離乳における母親の専門家志向性

外山紀子

乳幼児医学・心理学研究 22p.17 - 242013-

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Publish Classification:Research paper (scientific journal)

子どもの食をみる視点

外山紀子

食品と容器 54p.27 - 312013-

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Publish Classification:Research paper(others)

離乳期における摂食スキルの発達

外山紀子

人間生活工学 13p.17 - 202012-

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Publish Classification:Research paper(others)

Japanese children’s and adults’ reasoning about the consequences of psychogenic bodily reactions

Noriko Toyama

Merrill-Palmer Quarterly Peer Review Yes 57p.129 - 1572011-

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Publish Classification:Research paper (scientific journal)

食物としてのふさわしさを学ぶ

外山紀子

心理学ワールド 56p.13 - 162011-

心と身体の相互依存性に関する子どもの理解

外山紀子

心理学評論 Peer Review Yes 53p.597 - 6102011-

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Publish Classification:Research paper (scientific journal)

人権に関する素人の法的判断と道徳的判断

外山紀子・長谷川真里

法と心理 Peer Review Yes 10p.131 - 1432011-

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Publish Classification:Research paper (scientific journal)

Japanese children's and adults' awareness of psychogenic bodily reactions

Noriko Toyama

International Journal of Behavioral Development Peer Review Yes 34p.1 - 92010-

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Publish Classification:Research paper (scientific journal)

子どもたちに伝えたい食:食の共同性

外山紀子

保育問題研究 246p.19 - 272010-

保育園の作物栽培実践に基づく食物の生産過程に関する学び

外山紀子・野村明洋

日本食育学会誌 Peer Review Yes 4p.103 - 1102010-

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Publish Classification:Research paper (scientific journal)

母親における育児サポートとしてのインターネット利用

外山紀子・小舘亮之・菊地京子

人間工学 Peer Review Yes 46p.103 - 1102010-

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Publish Classification:Research paper (scientific journal)

ヒトの食における社会性

外山紀子

ベビーサイエンス 9p.39 - 402009-

共食<共に食べること>の勧め

外山紀子

チャイルドヘルス 12p.34 - 352009-

作物栽培の実践と植物に関する幼児の生物学的理解

外山紀子

教育心理学研究 Peer Review Yes 57p.491 - 5022009-

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Publish Classification:Research paper (scientific journal)

食育から見た生活習慣づくり

外山紀子

児童心理 62p.1038 - 10432008-

食事場面における1〜3歳児と母親の相互交渉

外山紀子

発達心理学研究 Peer Review Yes 19p.232 - 2422008-

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Publish Classification:Research paper (scientific journal)

プライバシーと知る権利に関する子どもの理解

外山紀子・大林路代

発達心理学研究 Peer Review Yes 18p.236 - 2472007-

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Publish Classification:Research paper (scientific journal)

心因性の身体反応に関する子どもの理解と先行経験の役割

外山紀子

認知心理学研究 Peer Review Yes 5p.11 - 212007-

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Publish Classification:Research paper (scientific journal)

What are food and air like inside our bodies?: Children's thinking about digestion and respiration

Noriko Toyama

International Journal of Behavioral Development Peer Review Yes 24p.222 - 2302000-

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Publish Classification:Research paper (scientific journal)

Young children’s awareness of socially mediated rejection of food: Why is food dropped at the table “dirty”?

Noriko Toyama

Cognitive Development Peer Review Yes 15p.523 - 5412000-

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Publish Classification:Research paper (scientific journal)

幼稚園の食事場面における子どもたちのやりとり:社会的意味の検討

外山紀子

教育心理学研究 Peer Review Yes 48p.192 - 2022000-

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Publish Classification:Research paper (scientific journal)

Developmental changes in the basis of associational contamination thinking

Noriko Toyama

Cognitive Development Peer Review Yes 14p.343 - 3611999-

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Publish Classification:Research paper (scientific journal)

食事場面における幼児の席とり行動:ヨコに座ると何かいいことあるの?

外山紀子

発達心理学研究 Peer Review Yes 9p.209 - 2201998-

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Publish Classification:Research paper (scientific journal)

Japanese Preschoolers' Biological Understanding of Biological Concepts Related to Procedures for Animal Care

N. Toyama, Y. M. Lee, & T. Muto

Early Childhood Research Quarterly Peer Review Yes 12p.347 - 3601997-

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Publish Classification:Research paper (scientific journal)

手続きに関する知識の柔軟な使用をもたらす要因

外山紀子・鈴木高士

心理学研究 Peer Review Yes 64p.378 - 3831993-

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Publish Classification:Research paper (scientific journal)

装置操作学習における教示の役割

古田貴久・石川寿久・外山紀子・鈴木宏昭・坂元昂

電子情報通信学会論文誌, D-2, Vol.J76-D-2, Peer Review Yes 9p.2031 - 20411993-

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Publish Classification:Research paper (scientific journal)

スクリプトの意味的知識の発達:食事スクリプトをめぐって

外山紀子

発達心理学研究 Peer Review Yes 1p.87 - 961991-

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食事場面における幼児と母親の相互交渉

外山紀子・無藤隆

教育心理学研究 Peer Review Yes 38p.395 - 4001991-

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Publish Classification:Research paper (scientific journal)

小学生女児のごっこ遊びにおけるスクリプトとメタ発話の発達的変化

外山紀子・無藤隆

発達心理学研究 Peer Review Yes 1p.10 - 191990-

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食事概念の獲得:小学生から大学生に対する質問紙調査による検討

外山紀子

日本家政学会誌 Peer Review Yes 41p.707 - 7141990-

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絵本場面における母親の発話

外山紀子

教育心理学研究 Peer Review Yes 37p.151 - 1571989-

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Publish Classification:Research paper (scientific journal)

Books And Publication

『発達心理学事典』(編集)

発達心理学会

丸善出版2013/06-

『子どもと食』(編著)

根ヶ山光一・外山紀子・河原紀子

東京大学出版会2013/04-

『乳幼児は世界をどう理解しているか』(共著)

外山紀子・中島伸子

新曜社2013/03-

『やさしい発達と学習』(共著)

外山紀子・外山美樹

有斐閣2010/03-

「今どきの『食卓の風景』」(pp.30-31)「家族の共食はいま」(pp.194-195) (外山紀子)『よくわかる家族心理学』(分担執筆)

柏木恵子(編)

ミネルヴァ書房2010/02-

「幼児期の認知発達の特徴は何か」(pp.48-49)「どのように科学的概念を獲得するのか」(pp.58-59) (外山紀子)『発達心理学』(分担執筆)

無藤隆・佐久間路子(編)

学文社2008/12-

『発達としての共食』(単著)

外山紀子

新曜社2008/02-

「子どもは身体の仕組みがわかっているか」(pp.172-173)「『食育』の意味と意義はどのようなものか」(pp.186-187)(外山紀子) 『よくわかる乳幼児心理学』(分担執筆)

内田伸子(編)

ミネルヴァ書房2008/01-

『心と身体の相互性に関する理解の発達』(単著)

外山紀子

風間書房2007/11-

「感覚と知覚」(pp.11-40)(外山紀子) 『未来をひらく心理学入門』(分担執筆)

渡辺恒夫(編)

八千代出版2007/04-

「来談者中心療法」(pp.59-73)「学習障害」(pp.145-158)(外山紀子) 『教育とカウンセリング』(共著)

前田基成・吉村真理子・鈴木聡志・外山紀子・田中奈緒子

八千代出版2006/06-

「幼児期から児童期にかけての食の理解と実践」(pp.46-65) (外山紀子)『食教育論』(分担執筆)

大村省吾・川端晶子(編)

昭和堂2005/06-

「家の中の慣習をどう学ぶか」(pp.141-156)(外山紀子) 『<家の中>を認知科学する:変わる家族・モノ・学び・技術』(分担執筆)

野島久雄・原田悦子(編)

新曜社2004/03-

「論理的に考える時期」(pp.62-63)「言葉の上達」(pp.68-69)「読み書きの力」(pp.84-85)(外山紀子) 『よくわかる発達心理学』(分担執筆)

無藤隆・岡本祐子・大坪治彦(編)

ミネルヴァ書房2004/09-

「学習と認知発達」 (pp.155-176)(外山紀子) 『認知科学パースペクティブ:心理学からの10の視点』(分担執筆)

都築誉史(編)

信山社2002/06-

「日常場面で発揮される有能性:幼児期の知的能力」 (pp.127-138) (外山紀子)『発達心理学』(分担執筆)

無藤隆(編)

ミネルヴァ書房2001/10-

「生活・遊び・学習」(pp.15-60) (外山紀子・無藤隆)『新・児童心理学講座11巻:子どもの遊びと学習』(分担執筆)

無藤隆(編)

金子書房1991/01-

Young Children's Cross Mind-Body Awareness. Japan Society of Developmental Psychology (Ed.) Frontiers in Developmental Psychology Research: Japanese Perspectives.

Noriko Toyama(Sharing writing)

Hituzi Shobo2016/07-

Detali

Total Number of Pages:269Responsible Number of Pages:20

Research Grants & Projects

Grant-in-aids for Scientific Research Adoption Situation

Research Classification:

Development of children's contamination sensitivity at mealtimes

2014/-0-2017/-0

Allocation Class:¥4550000

Research Classification:

Vitalistic Causality in Children's Biological Thought

2010/-0-2014/-0

Allocation Class:¥4160000

Research Classification:

Development of the Vitalistic causality as an cross mind-body explanation framework.

Allocation Class:¥1820000

Research Classification:

Children's awareness of psychosomatic phenomena

Allocation Class:¥3700000

Research Classification:

Study on children's understanding and expression of illness and injury, and adult's responses to children's expression

2015/-0-2018/-0

Allocation Class:¥16900000

Lecture Course

Course TitleSchoolYearTerm
Developmental PsychologySchool of Human Sciences2020spring semester
Theories of MotivationSchool of Human Sciences2020fall semester
Seminar I (Congnitive Development and Motivation)School of Human Sciences2020spring semester
Seminar II (Congnitive Development and Motivation)School of Human Sciences2020fall semester
Developmental PsychologySchool of Human Sciences (Online Degree Program)2020fall semester
Cognitive Development and Motivation AGraduate School of Human Sciences2020spring semester
Cognitive Development and Motivation BGraduate School of Human Sciences2020fall semester
Cognitive Development and Motivation(1) AGraduate School of Human Sciences2020spring semester
Cognitive Development and Motivation(1) BGraduate School of Human Sciences2020fall semester
Cognitive Development and Motivation(2) AGraduate School of Human Sciences2020spring semester
Cognitive Development and Motivation(2) BGraduate School of Human Sciences2020fall semester
Cognitive Development and MotivationGraduate School of Human Sciences2020spring quarter
Life EnvironmentGraduate School of Human Sciences2020an intensive course(fall)
Cognitive Development and Motivation(D) AGraduate School of Human Sciences2020spring semester
Cognitive Development and Motivation(D) BGraduate School of Human Sciences2020fall semester

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