TORIGOE Takashi

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Education

  •   1975 04  - 1980 03 , Hiroshima University, Faculty of Education, Department of Psychology
  •   1980 04  - 1982 03 , Hiroshima Univeristy, Graduate School of Education, M.A.course
  •   1982 04  - 1987 03 , Hiroshima University, Graduate School of Education, Ph.D. course

Degree

  • Ph.D., Hiroshima University

Research Activities

Research Areas

  • Education, Special needs education, Psychology of children with disabilities, Education for Deaf and Hard-of-hearing children, Sign linguistics

Research Interests

    language acquisition, inclusive education, bilingual deaf education, Sign Language

Published Papers

  • Learning together by deaf and hearing students in a Japanese primary school, Torigoe, Takashi, In: M.Marsharck, S.Antia, & H.Knoors (eds.), Co-enrollment in Deaf education, New York: Oxford University Press, 69 - 81
  • A survey on the support of pupils' deaf awareness learning at the primary schools containing hard-of-hearing classes, 細見 美貴子, 鳥越 隆士, Soundless world, ろう教育科学, 53, (1) 1 - 12
  • The procedures and the results of K-ABC tests for deaf and hard-of-hearing children: an analysis from deaf schools and hard-of-hearing classes of regular schools, 鳥越 隆士, The Journal of human development and clinical psychology, 発達心理臨床研究, 16, 11 - 19
  • Development and modification of bilingual deaf education in Sweden: an analysis of narratives by teachers of the schools for deaf and hard-of-hearing children, 鳥越 隆士, Hyogo University of Teacher Education journal, 兵庫教育大学研究紀要, 35, 47 - 57
  • A survey on the support to deaf and hard of hearing children in an inclusive environment: a narrative analysis, Soundless world, ろう教育科学, 49, (2) 47 - 66, 07
  • ろう学校高等部生徒のアイデンティティ発達支援プログラム, 甲斐更紗, 鳥越隆士, 特殊教育学研究, 45, (3) 161 - 173, 09 30
  • 聴覚障害児のための手話発達評価尺度の開発:最近の展開, 鳥越隆士, 兵庫教育大学研究紀要, 29, 31 - 37, 09 30
  • An ethnographical description of development support process in the field of disability of a developing country : a practice of supporting the signed language interpreter education project in Uzbekistan, 鳥越 隆士, Hyogo University of Teacher Education journal, 兵庫教育大学研究紀要, 27, 49 - 61
  • 自閉的傾向のある聴覚障害児童のコミュニケーション発達支援, 甲斐更紗, 川口直子, 鳥越隆士, 発達心理臨床研究, 発達心理臨床研究, 11, 105 - 115, 03 31
  • An attempt of developing signed language video materilas for instructing Japanese to deaf children, Torigoe Takashi, Hyogo University of Teacher Education journal. Ser. 1, School education, infant and early childhood education, educational clinical psychology, education for handicapped children, 兵庫教育大学研究紀要. 第1分冊, 学校教育・幼年教育・教育臨床・障害児教育, 23, 97 - 107
  • 自閉症児における行動障害の発生から終息までの過程分析, 河合 勇, 鳥越 隆士, 発達心理臨床研究, 8, 57 - 67
  • A descriptive analysis of early word combinations in deaf children's signed utterances, Takashi Torigoe & Wataru Takei, Japanese Psychological Research, 43, 156 - 161
  • 聾児の手話言語獲得過程における非指示ジェスチャーの役割, 武居渡, 鳥越隆士, 発達心理学研究, 11, (1) 12 - 22, 06
  • Implementation of sign language into deaf education, Takashi Torigoe, Hyogo University of Teacher Education journal. Ser. 1, School education, early childhood education, education for handicapped children, 兵庫教育大学研究紀要. 第1分冊, 学校教育・幼児教育・障害児教育, 19, 163 - 171
  • Deaf life on isolated Japanese islands, Sign Langnage Studies, 87, 167 - 174
  • Resumptive X structure in Japanese Sign Language, Perspectives on Sign language structure, International Sign Linguistics Association, 187 - 198
  • Life Histories of Deaf People Living on the Islands : Focusing on those who had no Experience of School, Torigoe Takashi, Research bulletin, 国立身体障害者リハビリテーションセンター研究紀要, 14, 45 - 52
  • Issues on psychological development and identity in deaf and hard-of-hearing children, Sign Language Communication Studies, 27, 27 - 31
  • A morphemic analysis of the gestural system produced by sisters who are deaf, living on an isolated island, Japanese Journal of Special Education, 35, (3) 33 - 41
  • Relationship between the use of sign language and the participation in the local community among deaf and hard-of-hearing people, Rou-kyoiku-kagaku, 39, (1) 13 - 24
  • Analysis of Gestures which developed spontaneously in an adult with moderate mental retardation having severe articulation disorders, Japanese Journal of Sign Linguistics, 14, (1) 21 - 25
  • How does the conversation proceed in Japanese Sign Language?, Japanese Journal of Sign Linguistics, 14, (1) 13 - 20
  • Education for deaf children, Progress in child Psychology, 35, 219 - 241
  • How do deaf children learn a sign langrage?, Japanese Journal of Sign Lingnistics Monographs, 5, 1 - 61
  • WH questions in Japanese Sign Language, Japanese Journal of Sign Linguistics, 13, 19 - 28


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