(Last updated : 2022-06-13 17:35:25)
  Motohiro Isaki
   Department   Kumamoto Health Science University  Division of Speech-Language-HearingTherapy, Faculty of Health Science
   Kumamoto Health Science University Graduate School  Division of Health Sciences, Graduate School of Health Sciences
   Position  Associate Professor
Basic Information
■ Research Fields
Developmental psychology, Developmental Disorder 
■ Educational Background
Graduate School of Human Sciences, Osaka University
Academic Achievements
■ Selected Publications
1. 2022/03/01 Article A case of early stuttering improvement through online Lidcombe Program treatment  pp.87-96 (Single) 
2. 2020/07 Article Eye movements and attention of very low birthweight children during single word reading Journal of Developmental and Physical Disabilities 32,pp.1-20 (Collaboration) 
3. 2019/11 Article Teaching communication using iPad® as a speech generating device Journal of developmental disorder of speech, language and hearing 17(1),pp.12-22 (Collaboration) 
4. 2018/04 Article Eye movements during social interaction in very-low-birth-weight children  pp.1-10 (Collaboration) 
5. 2017/06 Article Cognitive Correlates of Japanese Language (Hiragana) Reading Abilities among School-Aged very Low Birth Weight Children Journal of Educational and Developmental Psychology 7(2),pp.33-42 (Collaboration) 
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■ Selected Presentations
1. 2016/07 The relation between reading abilities and attention among school-aged extremely low-birth-weight children. (31st International Congress of Psychology)
2. 2015/09 Eye movements during dyadic interactions among very low birth weight children. (17th European Conference on Developmental Psychology.)
3. 2014/11 The Cognitive Correlates of Word Reading or Reading Comprehension in Very-Low-Birth-weight Children. (65th International Dyslexia Association Annual Reading, Literacy & Learning Conference)
4. 2013/09 Attention to social cues in extremely low birth weight children with autism. (The 16th European Conference on Developmental Psychology)