Kikuo Nagayama

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To compare Japanese autistic children's use of semantic knowledge and theory of mind with mentally retarded and typically developing children's, they were tested on their comprehension of active and passive sentences and false belief understanding. Autistic children were sensitive to plausibility levels of semantic bias as were 4-year-olds with typical(More)
  • K Nagayama
  • 1997
It is well-known that Takeo Doi tried to describe Japanese culture using the Japanese term "Amae". However, with many Japanese students of psychotherapy pointing out that his use of the term was arbitrary, his Amae-theory fell into confusion. Actually, with the single word Amae, he explained many heterogeneous psychological phenomena including pathological(More)
  • K Nagayama
  • 1994
In this paper, I use the Japanese keywords "Sumanai" and "Sumu-Akirameru" to discuss the guilt feelings towards mother and maternal separation. "Sumanai" is an everyday Japanese expression signifying both a regretful apology and an obsessive compulsive feeling. The Japanese frequently say "Sumanai" to express their guilt feeling towards a dependent object.(More)
  • Su Elaboración, Maisto S A Galizio, +70 authors Ojanguren B Sáiz Martínez
  • 2010
Anitha S.; A cultural approach to understanding the stigma of drug use : the experience of prisoners in England and Wales. Muys M.; Characteristics of life in exile : vulnerability factors for substance use. Organizacion Mundial de la Salud (OMS); Prevention of acute drug-related mortality in prison populations during the immediate post-release period.(More)
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