The Dohsa method: A Japanese therapy for autistic children

Database

PsycINFO

Accession Number

Peer Reviewed Journal: 2003-00978-005.

Title

The Dohsa method: A Japanese therapy for autistic children. [References].

Year of Publication

۲۰۰۳

Language

English

Author

Toya, Koichi.

E-Mail Address

Toya, Koichi: tooyaedu@mbox.nc.kyushu-u.ac.jp

Correspondence Address

Toya, Koichi: Centre for Clinical Psychology and Human Development,KyushuUniversity,6-19-1, Hakozaki, Higashi-ku,Fukuoka,Japan, 812-8581, tooyaedu@mbox.nc.kyushu-u.ac.jp

Institution

Toya, Koichi: Centre for Clinical Psychology and Human Development,KyushuUniversity,Fukuoka,Japan

Source

Emotional & Behavioural Difficulties. Vol8(2) May 2003, 152-163.

Publisher Information

Sage Publications

Publisher URL

http://www.sagepublications.com/

ISSN Print

۱۳۶۳-۲۷۵۲

ISSN Electronic

۱۷۴۱-۲۶۹۲

Format Availability

Electronic, Print

Format Covered

Print

Publication Type

Journal; Peer Reviewed Journal

Document Type

Original Journal Article

Abstract

The Dohsa method is an effective therapeutic method used for children with autism which was developed originally for children with cerebral palsy inJapan. In this article, the author introduces the theoretical background, therapeutic techniques, and effectiveness of this method. Finally, the necessity of the combination of this method with other therapeutic techniques is discussed. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2005 APA, all rights reserved) (journal abstract)

Digital Object Identifier

۱۰٫۱۱۷۷/۱۳۶۳۲۷۵۲۰۳۰۰۸۲۰۰۶

Key Concepts

cerebral palsy, Dohsa method, autism, Japanese therapy

Subject Headings

*Autism
*Cerebral Palsy
*Hypnotherapy

Classification Code

Specialized Interventions [3350]; Developmental Disorders & Autism [3250]

Population Group

Human; Female.
Childhood (birth-12 yrs); School Age (6-12 yrs)

Location

Japan

Methodology

Clinical Case Study; Empirical Study

Update Code

۲۰۰۳۱۲۲۲

Number of Cited References

Number of Citations: 13, Number of Citations Displayed: 13.

Cited References

Japanese Government Board of Education. (1982) Manual for Education of Children with Physical Disabilities. Tokyo: Japanese Society for Disabled Children.

Konno, Y. (2001) ‘Modification of Physiological and Behavioral Responsivity to Auditory Stimuli with the Progress of Dohsa-Method Training in Children with Autism’, Japanese Journal of Special Education 38 (6): 65-81. Bibliographic Links Article Linker

Nagata, M., & Ando, T. (1989) ‘The Effect of Motor Action Training for a Child with Lesch-Nyhan Syndrome’, Japanese Journal of Special Education 26 (4): 43-8. Bibliographic Links Article Linker

Naruse, G. (1966) Educational Hypnosis. Tokyo: Seishin-Shobo. (in Japanese)

Naruse, G. (1973) Psychological Rehabilitation. Tokyo: Seishin-Shobo. (in Japanese)

Naruse, G. (1985) Theoretical Approach to Dohsa-Training. Tokyo: Seishin-Shobo. (in Japanese)

Naruse, G. (ed.). (1984) Dohsa-Hou for Disabled Children. Tokyo: Tokyo-Shoseki. (in Japanese)

Oda, H., & Tani, S. (1994) Using the Dohsa Method to Establish an Attitude Toward Learning Activities in Children with Mental Retardation who have Autistic Tendencies’, Japanese Journal of Special Education 32 (3): 13-21. Bibliographic Links Article Linker

Piaget, J. (1952) La Psychologie de L’Intelligence. Paris: Librairie Armand Colin.

Sasagawa, E., Oda, H., & Fujita, T. (2000) ‘Effectiveness of the Dohsa-Hou on Mother-Child Interactions: Children with Down Syndrome and Autism’, Japanese Journal of Special Education 38 (1): 13-22. Bibliographic Links Article Linker

Toya, K. (1988) ‘Effects of Motor-Action Training for a Child with Severe Retardation: Improvement in Behavior and Posture’, Japanese Journal of Special Education 26 (3): 57-64. Article Linker

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