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last modified:2017/05/23

Professor OI Manabu

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Faculty, Affiliation

Research Center for Child Mental Development

College and School Educational Field

Division of Education for Children with Disabilities, Graduate School of Education
United Graduate School of Child Depelopment
Course in Educational Science, School of Teacher Education, College of Human and Social Sciences

Laboratory

 TEL:076-264-5512 FAX:076-264-5510

Academic Background

【Academic background(Doctoral/Master's Degree)】
Kyoto University  Master 197603 Completed
【Academic background(Bachelor's Degree)】
Kyoto University  197403
【Degree】
Master of Education
Doctor of Education

Career

Kyushu University The Graduate School of Human-Environment(2002/04/01-2004/03/31)
Ehime University (1979/04/01-1984/03/31)

Year & Month of Birth

1952/03

Academic Society

Japanese association of communication disorders
Japanese association of special education


International clinical phonetics and linguistics association
International Society for Autism Research

Award

Specialities

Communication Disorders、Special needs education

Speciality Keywords

Communication Disorders communication disorders

Research Themes

Pragmatics based Approach to Language and Communication Intervention

Conversational Disabilities of High-Functioning Autistic Children

Bilingalism, personality, gender, cultural specificities in HFASD

Books

  •  An Intorduction to Child Language Disorders 2001/10
  •  Assessment and Intervention to Language Disorers in Children 2001/10
  •  Kiyoshi Otomo and Manabu Oi Theory and practice for children having difficulty in language, communication and literacy Gakuensha 2011/08
  •  Intervention to children with difficutiy in language and comminication 2011/08
  •  Fumi Tamai, Kiyoshi Otomo Developmental language disorders 2010/03

Papers

  •  Maternal Question-Asking Behavior to Japanese Children with Down Syndrome and with No Disability. Psychological Report 88 1096-1098 2001/06
  •  Maternal Question-Asking Behavior to Taiwanese Children with Down Syndrome and with No Disability. Psychological Report 88 501-504 2001/04
  •  Failure in attaining adult comprehension of intentions in Japanese children with severe to profound mental retardation Journal of Multilingual Communication Disorders 2 2 102-109 2004
  •  Interpersonal compensation for pragmatic impairments in Japanese children with Asperger syndrome or high-functioning autism Journal of Multilingual Communication Disorders 3 3 203-210 2005/11
  •  Comparative studies of the mother-child interaction in children with Dowan syndrome in Taiwan and Japan: The relationship between maternal conversational style and child's expressive language development Huang, Su-Fen,Yoko Kubota, Manabu Oi Japanese journal of communication disorders 23 1 9-15 2006/04

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  •  Mother's interactions with their children with Down syndrome in Taiwan and Japan: Maternal conversational style, behavioral problems, and children's expressive language development Huang, S. Kubota,Y.,Oi,M. Japanese journal of special education 44 6 423-436 2007/03
  •  Introduction of VOCA to a child with intellectual disability who was using manual signs Satoshi Sakai, Manabu Oi 25 1 11-18 2008/04
  •  Using questions words or asking yes/no questions: Failure and success in clarifying the intentions of a boy with high-functioning autism. 22 814-823 2008/10
  •  Comprehension of indirect speech in children with high-functioning pervasive developmental disorders Aiko Yata, Manabu Oi 18 2 128-137 2009/06
  •  Factors affecting responses of children with autism spectrum disorder to Yes/No questions.  Funasaki Y Child Language Teaching & Therapy 29 2 245-259 2013/06
  •  How does multilingualism influence children with ASD?:A longitudinal study of a HFASD boy in a trilingual home environment. Li,H.,Oi,M. The Japanese journal of communication disorders 31 2 102-111 2014/08
  •  The Relationship between Comprehension of Figurative Language by Japanese Children with High Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorders and College Freshmen’s Assessment of Its Conventionality of Usage Oi Manabu Autism Research & Therapy .doi.org/10.1155/2013/480635
  •  Huang & OI (2013) Responses to Wh-, Yes/No-, A-not-A, and Choice questions in Taiwanese children with High-Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorder. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics Huang,S & Oi,M Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics DOI: 10.3109/02699206.2013.835446 2013/06
  •  Funasaki,Y.& Oi,M. (2013) Factors affecting responses of children with autism spectrum disorder to Yes/No questions. Child Language Teaching & Therapy 29(2) 245– 259 Child Language Teaching and Therapy 29 2 245–259 2013/02
  •  The Relationship between Comprehension of Figurative Language by Japanese Children with High Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorders and College Freshmen’s Assessment of Its Conventionality of Usage Sanae Tanaka, Harue Ohoka Autism research & Treatment 2013/09
  •  The Relationship between Comprehension of Figurative Language by Japanese Children with High Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorders and College Freshmen’s Assessment of Its Conventionality of Usage Sanae Tanaka, Harue Ohoka Autism research & Treatment 2013/09
  •  Responses to materanl Wh-Qs,Y/N-Qs, A-not-A-Qs, and Choice-Qs in Taiwanese children with and without high functioning autism spectrum disorder Huang,S. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics
  •  Do Japanese children with high-functioning autism spectrum disorder respond differently to Wh-questions and Yes/No-questions? Clinical Linguistics and Phenetics 24 9 691-705 2010/09
  •  When Do Japanese Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder Comprehend Ambiguous Language Overliterally or Overnonliterally? Asia Pacific Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing 24 9 691-705 2011/03
  •  Compensating pragmatic disability in high-functioning austimspectrum disorder: how to cope with grief  The journal of child & brain development 1 1 19-32 2011/06
  •  Comprehension of ambiguous language in children with high-functioning autism spoectrum disorder Saane Tanaka Japanese Journal of Communicatio Disorders 27 1 10-18 2010/04
  •  Comprehension of indirect speech in children with high-functioning pervasive developmental disoprders under different task conditions Aiko Taguchi, Kazuko Takahashi Japanese Journal of Communication Disorders 27 3 168-177 2010/12

Conference Presentations

Arts and Fieldwork

Patent

Theme to the desired joint research

Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research

○「特殊教育の授業における教師-生徒の会話への語用論的アプローチ-実践的介入の試みとデータベースの作成-」(1997-) 
○「特殊教育の授業における教師-生徒の会話への語用論的アプローチ-実践的介入の試みとデータベースの作成-」(1998-) 
○「教師・保護者と高機能広汎性発達障害を持つ生徒との会話への語用論的アプローチ」(2002-) 
○「「パーソナルコンピュータを用いた適応型言語能力診断検査」の作成」(2002-) 
○「教師・保護者と高機能広汎性発達障害をもつ生徒との会話への語用論的アプローチ」(2003-) 
○「「パーソナルコンピュータを用いた適応型言語能力診断検査」の作成」(2003-) 
○「語用障害の補償が高機能広汎性発達障害をもつ子どもの伝達技能の習得に及ぼす影響」(2006-) 
○「高機能自閉症・アスペルガー症候群に伴う語用障害の定量的評価法の開発」(2007-) 
○「子どものコミュニケーション・チェックリスト日本版の標準化と日英語用障害などの比較」(2011-2013) 
○「自閉症の異文化比較:母親質問への子どもの応答とナラティブ発達の関連から」(2011-2013) 

Classes (Bachelors)

○Seminar in Language Intervention I(2016)
○Seminar in Language Intervention II(2016)
○Methods of Teaching for the Mental Disability(2016)
○Methods of Intervention to Individuals with Communication Impairments(2016)
○Introduction to the Education for the Handicapped(2016)
○An Introduction to Developmental Disorders(2016)
○Seminar in Educational Services to Individuals with Developmental Disorders(2016)
○Specialty Exercise to Be A Teacher(2016)

Classes (Graduate Schools)

○Clinical Practicum in Handicapped Children(2016)
○Seminar in Intervention to Developmental Disorders(2016)
○Intervention to Developmental Disorders(2016)
○Clinical Approach to Handicapped Children(2016)

International Project

International Students

Lecture themes

Others (Social Activities)

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