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Namesort descendingAffiliationOfficial titleResearch fields - keywords
Andou TakaoFaculty of Human SciencesProfessorSpecial needs education - Special Education, education for the physical disabled, 自立活動の基礎理論・実践論, 教師の専門性と授業研究
Aoki MasumiUniversity of TsukubaAssociate ProfessorSpecial needs education - 障害児教育
Chung InhoFaculty of Human SciencesProfessorEducational psychology, Special needs education - Disability Sciences, Special Education, Deaf Education, Hearing Impaired children, Psychology of Deaf, Cognitive Development , Language Development, Development of Language and Literacy, Eye Movements, Psychology and Education of Internatioal Students
Gomi YoichiUniversity of TsukubaAssociate ProfessorSpecial needs education, Clinical psychology, Social welfare and social work studies - 応用行動分析学, 自閉症スペクトラム障害, 行動障害, 障害学生支援
Harashima TsuneoFaculty of Human SciencesProfessorSpecial needs education - Audiology, Education for Hearing Handicaped, Psychology and Physiology of Hearing
Hirota EikoFaculty of Human SciencesProfessorRehabilitation science/ Welfare engineering, Special needs education - Rehabilitative audiology for hearing impaired children and adults, Speech and Language development of hearing-impaired and deaf children, 聴覚障害児の書記言語発達と障害, 聴覚障害による社会心理学的影響と生涯発達支援, 言語障害児の言語発達特性
Hong EereaFaculty of Human SciencesAssistant ProfessorSpecial needs education - Autism, Applied Behavior Analysis, Parent training in social-communication interventions for individuals with ASD
Inomata TomoeFaculty of Human SciencesJunior Assistant ProfessorSpecial needs education - Learning disability, Literacy development, Developmental dyslexia
Kakizawa ToshibumiFaculty of Human SciencesProfessorSpecial needs education, Experimental psychology - Educational Psychology of Persons with Visual Impairment and Blindness, Eye Movement of Persons with Visual Impairment, Causes of Visual Impairments
Kawama KennosukeFaculty of Human SciencesProfessorSpecial needs education -

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