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  • 河村 民平 ID: 9000331456019

    Articles in CiNii:7

    • Exploring the usefulness of the task of "Identifying Famous People from Photos" (2011)
    • How the difference of working memory capacities influences both the auditory-language processing and the cerebral laterally in the processing : A study of dichotic listening test under the dual task of shadowing and name identification (2012)
    • パーキンソン病の社会的認知障害(表情認知)に関する検討 : fNIRS研究 (2015)
  • KAWAMURA Minpei ID: 9000283842505

    Graduate School of Health Sciences, Kio University|Department of Rehabilitation,Toho Kashiba Hospital (2009 from CiNii)

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • The Relation in between Working Memory Capacity, Attention Control and Auditory Semantic Processing Capacity—through Dichotic Listening Test— (2009)
  • KAWAMURA Minpei ID: 9000378081112

    Major in Speech Therapy Studies, Department of Rehabilitation, Fukui Health Sciences University (2017 from CiNii)

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • Consideration of Cerebral Cortex Activity Due to Difference in Backward Walking Speed (2017)
  • Kawamura Mimpei ID: 9000283842726

    Graduate School of Health Sciences,Kio University|Department of Rehabilitation,Fukui Synthesis Clinic (2010 from CiNii)

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • The Relation in between Right Ear Advantage and Working Memory Capacity::through Dichotic Listening Test (2010)
  • Kawamura Mimpei ID: 9000347099890

    Graduate school of Health Science, Kio university|Depattment of Rehabilitation, Fukui College of Health Sciences (2012 from CiNii)

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • The Relationship between Individual Difference of Working Memory Capacity and Volitional Verb or Non-volitional Verb:a study in Word fluency task (2012)
  • Kawamura Minpei ID: 9000283843330

    Graduate School of Health Science, Kio university|Depertment of Rehabilitation, Fukui College of Health Sciences|Department of Rehabilitation, Fukui general clinic (2011 from CiNii)

    Articles in CiNii:1

    • The Effect of Switching Function and Working Memory Capacity on Word Generation (2011)
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