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The Graduate School of Education, Psychology, and Human Studies nurtures individuals who can contribute to their respective areas by utilizing academic wisdom that is based upon research results in education and psychology, regarding issues related to human beings and society. Students conduct research on learning attitudes and the psyches of persons who seek their own well-being from the perspectives of education and psychology, which enables students to acquire highly advanced research abilities and professional skills.
We provide a wide-ranging curriculum comprising of clinical child psychology, lifelong learning, clinical pedagogy for children with disabilities, cognitive psychology, media theory, clinical pedagogy, comparative education, education history, educational thought, educational philosophy, educational sociology, and other fields. By looking at the entire lifespan from infancy to youth and through adulthood until old age, students can conduct theoretical, practical, and interdisciplinary research.
The Department is divided into the Course in Cognitive, Developmental and Social Psychology and the Course in Clinical Psychology. The faculty members and curricula are prepared to respond to the various research topics of graduate students. By utilizing research methods such as experimental methods, measurement methods, and statistical methods, students learn the basics of disciplines such as the psychology of learning, cognitive psychology, developmental psychology, and social psychology. Furthermore, students are able to conduct further study in practical areas such as clinical psychology, educational psychology, the psychology of children with disabilities, and industrial psychology. Four members of the faculty responsible for the lectures and research instruction offer certification as clinical psychologists.
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