Laboratoire Cognition, Langues, Langage, Ergonomie (CLLE)
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Enseignant-chercheur

Hiroko Norimatsu

Coordonnées :
(CLLE) Laboratoire Travail et Cognition (CLLE-LTC) Bureau C607 Maison de la Recherche Université Toulouse - Jean Jaurès 5, allées Antonio-Machado 31058 TOULOUSE Cedex 9
Téléphone :
35 21
Mél :
hiroko.norimatsu AT univ-tlse2 DOT fr
Structure(s) de rattachement :
Cognition, Langues, Langage, Ergonomie (CLLE)

Fonction

Maître de Conférences en Psychologie du développement à l'UFR de Psychologie, Université Toulouse-Jean Jaurès.
Elle est rattachée à la composante LTC du Laboratoire CLLE, UMR 5263

Thèmes de recherche

1- Développement des compétences socio-cognitive chez les jeunes enfants, (attention conjointe, théorie de l'esprit),
2- Utilisation d'outils et approche écologique,
3- Etude des facteurs socio-culturel et éthologique sur les pratiques d'allaitement

Activités / CV

Articles (avec comité de lecture) :

Norimatsu, H., Blin, R., Hashiya, K., Sorsana, Ch. & Kobayashi, H. (2014). Understanding of others' knowledge in French and Japanese children: A comparative study with a disambiguation task on 16-38-month-olds. Infant Behavior and Development, 37(4), 632-643. DOI: 10.1016/j.infbeh.2014.08.006

Negayama, K., Norimatsu, H., Barratt, M. & Bouville, J-F. (2012). Japan-France-US comparison of infant weaning from mother's viewpoint. Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology, 30, 77-91.

Negayama, K. & Norimatsu, H. (2009). Are children's bodies pleasant or aversive for parents ? : Parental perception of children's physical contact and bodily products in Japan and France. (in Japanese). Japanese Journal of Medical and Psychological Study of Infants, 18 (2), 103-115.

Shimizu, T., Norimatsu, H. (2005). Detection of invariants by haptic touch across age groups: Rod length perception. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 100, 543-553.

Norimatsu, H. (1996) Information conveyed by the media in childrearing in France and in Japan: analysis of French and Japanese popular magazines. Annual Report of Research and Clinical Center for Child Development, 18, 19-32. Hokkaido University.

Norimatsu, H. (1993) Development of child autonomy in eating and toilet training: one to three year-old Japanese and French children. Early Development and Parenting, 2(1), 39-50.

Rapports de recherche :


Barratt, M., Negayama, K., Norimatsu, H., Bouville, J-F. (2004). Japan-France-US comparison of infant feeding and weaning: (1) Demographic analysis. Research report for Japanese Ministry of Education, pp. 3-11.

Norimatsu, H., Bouville, J-F., Negayama, K., Barratt, M. (2004). Japan-France-US comparison of infant feeding and weaning: (2) Mother's choice of feeding - reasons and sources of information. Research report for Japanese Ministry of Education, pp. 12-27.

Negayama, K., Norimatsu, H., Barratt, M., Bouville, J-F. (2004). Japan-France-US comparison of infant feeding and weaning: (3) Weaning. Research report for Japanese Ministry of Education, pp. 28-40.

Edition d'ouvrage et chapitres dans des ouvrages :

Norimatsu, H. (2013). Development of autonomous eating and cultural environment. (Jiritsu sesshoku no hattatsu to bunkateki kankyou). In. K. Negamaya, N. Toyama, & N. Kawahara (Eds.). Reshaping children’s development of eating: from multi-disciplinary views. University of Tokyo Press, pp. 61-77. (in Japanese).

Norimatsu
, H. & Pigem, N. (Eds.) (2008). Les techniques d'observation en sciences humaines. Paris : Armand Colin.

Norimatsu, H. (2008). Initiation aux techniques d'observation. In. H. Norimatsu & N. Pigem (Eds.) Les techniques d'observation en sciences humaines. Paris: Armand Colin. pp.1-47.

Norimatsu, H. & Shimizu, T. (2008). Rôle du toucher dynamique dans la perception des propriétés physiques des objets. In. H. Norimatsu & N. Pigem (Eds.) Les techniques d'observation en sciences humaines. Paris: Armand Colin. pp.51-58.

Lulek, E., Norimatsu, H. & Pigem, N. (2008). Adaptation du bébé et contexte interactif : la question de la référence sociale. In E. Loarer, P. Vrignaud, J-L. Mogenet, F. Cuisinier, H. Gottesdiener & P. Mallet. (Eds.). Perspectives différentielles en psychologie. Presse Universitaire de Rennes. pp. 239-242.

Norimatsu, H. (2006). Jeux de mots et apprentissage de la lecture au Japon. In C. Galan & J. Fijalkow (Eds.), Langue, lecture et école au Japon. Philippe Picquier. pp. 223-240.

Norimatsu, H. (2005). Influence de la culture du chercheur : à partir des études longitudinales interculturelles. In T. Saijo (Ed.), Kouzou kousei shugi-teki hattatsu kenkyuu-hou no riron to jissen (Méthodes de recherche en développement, approche structuraliste constructivisme : théories et pratiques) (in Japanese) pp. 185-186. Tôkyô: Kitaôji shobou.

Norimatsu, H. (2004). Attention conjointe et contexte culturel. In Y. Oyabu, M. Tanaka, & H. Itoh (Eds.), Kyoudou chuui no hattatsu to rinshou (Attention conjointe : approches développementale et clinique) (in Japanese) pp. 299-336. Tôkyô: Kawashima shoten.

Norimatsu, H. (2004). Conceptions japonaises sur l'enfance et stratégies éducatives parentales : approche culturelle comparative. In Griolet, P. Lucken, M (Eds.), Japon Pluriel, 5. Philippe Picquier. pp. 349-361.

Norimatsu, H. (2003). Comportement de refus chez les enfants de 6 à 37 mois dans la situation du repas : comparaison franco-japonaise. In M. de Léonardis, V. Rouyer, H. Féchant-Pitavy, C. Zaouche-Gaudron, & Y. Prêteur (Eds.), L'enfant dans le lien social. Ramonville Saint Agne: Erès. pp. 75-80.

Norimatsu, H. (1999) Développement de l'enfant et des conceptions parentales japonaises depuis 1930. In B. Bril, P. Dasen, C. Sabatier & B. Krewer. (Eds.) Propos sur l'enfant et l'adolescent: quels enfants, pour quelles cultures ? Paris: l'Harmattan, pp. 207-229.

Norimatsu, H. (1994) Développement de l'autonomie de l'enfant en France et au Japon: analyse des progrès d'enfants de 1 à 3 ans. In J. Blomart & B. Krewer. (Eds.) Perspectives de l'interculturel, Paris: l'Harmattan, pp.349-357.

Publications extraites de HAL

Informations complémentaires

Communications récentes aux congrès internationaux :

Norimatsu, H., Blin, R., Sorsana, Ch., Hashiya, K. & Kobayashi, H. (2016). ToM ability tested with the "disambiguation task" in French & Japanese children aged 16-38 months. Communication orale dans un symposium organisé par H. Norimatsu “New paradigms of Theory of mind with a special focus on the linguistic aspect of the tasks : data in typical and atypical development (with autism)”. The 31st International Congress of Psychology. July 24-29, Yokohama, Japan.

Kawahara, N., Toyama, N., H.Norimatsu, H. & Negayama, K. (2016). Relations between mothers’ practice of feeding and weaning and medical staff’s advices: Comparison of Japan and France. Communication affichée au The 31st International Congress of Psychology. July 24-29, Yokohama, Japan.

Norimatsu, H. (2015). Apports de l’approche culturelle comparative : exemple d’études sur la théorie de l’esprit. Communication orale au XVème Congrès international de l’ARIC, 24-28 août 2015, Strasbourg, France.

Norimatsu, H., Blin, R., Hashiya, K., Sorsana, Ch. & Kobayashi, H. (2014). Understanding of other's knowledge in French and Japanese 16-38 month-olds: A new task of  disambiguiation in speech acts. Communication affichée au XIX Biennial International Conference on Infant Studies. July 3-5, Berlin, Germany.

Blin, R, Norimatsu, H. & Sorsana, Ch. (2013). Theory of Mind through a task of disambiguation in speech acts. Oral presentation at The XVIth European Conference on Developmental Psychology (ECDP), September 3-7, Lausanne, Switzerland.

Norimatsu, H. (2013). Development of autonomous feeding and mother-infant communication: Data from France and Japan. Oral presentation in a symposium “Dynamics of feeding in the first years of life” organized by van Dijk, M. & Norimatsu, H. at The XVIth European Conference on Developmental Psychology (ECDP), September 3-7, Lausanne, Switzerland.

Norimatsu, H., Negayama, K., Bouville, J-F., & Barratt, M. (2012). Feeding and weaning from the mother’s viewpoint : a comparison of Japan, France and the US. Part 1: Choice of feeding type and mothers’ sources of information. Oral presentation in a symposium “Cultural differences in feeding practice and parenting” organized by Norimatsu, H.& Negayama, K. at The XXIInd biennial meetings of International Society for the Studies of Behavioural Development (ISSBD), July 9, 2012, Edmonton, Canada.

Norimatsu
, H. (2006). Attention sharing in mother-infant daily interaction: A multiple case study with Japanese and French dyads. Poster symposium Parent-Infant Interaction during the First Year : Individual, Contextual, and Cultural Differencies. The 15th International Conference on Infant Studies (ICIS), June 19-23, 2006, Kyôto, Japan.

Lulek, E., Norimatsu, H. & Pigem, N. (2006). Adaptation du bébé et contexte interactif : la question de la référence sociale. Poster présenté au XVIIème Journées Internationales de Psychologie Différentielle. September 19-21, 2006. Paris, France.

Norimatsu, H. (2005). Emergence of joint attention in daily interactions : a semi-longitudinal study of 6-13 month-old Japanese and French infants. Communication orale au The XIIth European Conference on Developmental Psychology (ECDP), August 24-28, 2005, La Laguna, Spain.

Norimatsu, H. (2004). Joint attention in mother-infant daily interaction: A semi-longitudinal study of 6-13 month-old Japanese and French infants' and their mothers' behaviour. Présentation affichée au XVIIIth Biennal Meeting of the International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development, July 11-15, 2004, Ghent, Belgium.

Norimatsu, H. & Bouville J-F. (2004). The influence of sources of information on mother's feeding style: data from France, Japan, and US. International Congress of Psychology (ICP), August 8-13, 2004, Pekin, China.

Negayama, N. & Norimatsu, H. (2002). Parental perception of contact with children's bodies and bodily products: a Japanese-French comparison. Présentation affichée au XVIIth Biennal Meeting of the International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development, Ottawa, Canada.

Norimatsu, H. (2001). Development of childrens' eating behavior and cultural context : a Japanese-French comparison. Présentation affichée au The Xth European Conference on Developmental Psychology, August 22-26, 2001, Uppsala, Sweden.



 

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