|Specialized Fields||Cognitive Science, Cognitive Psychology, Human Interface, Information Design|
|Subjects in Charge||Cognitive Psychology, Cognitive Psychology Experiments, Human Interface, Work Place Theory, Media Design|
|Academic Background||Graduate School of Psychology, University of Tsukuba|
|Degree||PhD in Psychology|
|Starting Time of Employment||April, 2005|
My research focuses on cognitive activity and mechanisms in everyday situation, especially interpersonal communication in face-to-face and technology mediated contexts. My recent focus areas include the management of quality and safety in healthcare from the perspective of cognitive psychology.
Attractive Factors of My Research
Workplace, Field Research, Cognitive Activity Analysis, and Assistive Technology and System. All for making everyone happy.
Major Books and Papers
Nambu, M., Otsuka, H., Tominaga, A., and Fujino, Y. (in printing). Boundary design in college partnership workshop: A qualitative analysis of observers’ reflective discussion. Qualitative Psychology Forum.
Nambu, M., Harada, E.T., Suto, S., Shigemori, M., and Uchida, K. (2006). Risk sharing communication in medical settings: Analyses of nurses’ conversation, Cognitive Studies, 13(1), 62-79.
Message to Students
Come and join us for making everyone happy by information technology.