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Symposium

 The 4th International Symposium of Baby Science
 -Child Care Based on Brain Science-
Date&Location: Sunday, 27 - Monday, 28 November 2005, Tokyo Sankei Plaza
Sponsorship: The Sankei Shinbun, the Japanese Society of Baby Science
Registration: http://www.sankei-kansai.com/event/baby06/index.html (Japanese)
  Sunday, 27 November 2005, Tokyo Sankei Plaza
09:00 Registration
09:30 Opening remarks
Yukuo Konishi (President of The Japanese Society of Baby Science)
09:45 SESSION 1
Session Topic: Findings from the cohort studies in Japan
Session Chair: Nobuko Uchida (Ochanomizu University)
Lecture:
Hiroshi Satoh (Tohoku University)
Noriko Nishimura (The NHK Broadcasting Culture Research Institute)
Masumi Sugawara (Ochanomizu University)
Masatoshi Kawai (Mukogawa Women's University)
11:45 Break
12:00 Discussion
Hiroshi Satoh, Noriko Nishimura, Masumi Sugawara,
Masatoshi Kawai, Nobuko Uchida
12:45 Lunch Time
13:45 SESSION 2
Session Topic : Findings from the cohort studies in the world
Session Chair : Noboru Kobayashi (The University of Tokyo)
Special Lecture 2-1 "Is Child Care a Risk Factor for the Cognitive and
Social Development of Children?"
Sarah L. Friedman (National Institute of Child Hearth and Human Development)
Special Lecture 2-2 "Mind, Brain, and Education: Cycles of learning and development"
Kurt W. Fischer (Harvard University)
15:15 Discussion
16:00 Closing Address
  Monday, 28 November 2005, Tokyo Sankei Plaza
08:45 Registration
09:00 SESSION 3
Session Topic : Reports from Asian Countries
Session Chair : Yoichi Sakakihara (Ochanomizu University)
Lecture:
Zulkifuli Ismail (University Kebangsaan Malaysia)
Watcharee Tantiprabha (Chiangmai University, Thailand)
Wo Xi-ru (Peking University, China)
Yoko Niwa (Ikuji-bunka Kenkyusyo, Japan)
11:15 Discussion
Zulkifuli Ismail, Watcharee Tantiprabha, Wo Xiru, Yoko Niwa, Yoichi Sakakihara
12:00 Closing Address
 The 4th Public Symposium of Baby Science
  Date&Location: Monday, 28 November 2005, Tokyo Sankei Plaza
Wednesday, 30 November 2005, Osaka IMP Hall
  Sponsorship: The Sankei Shinbun, The Japanese Society of Baby Science
  Registration: http://www.sankei-kansai.com/event/baby06/index.html (Japanese)
  Monday, 28 November 2005, Tokyo Sankei Plaza
  Child Care Based on Brain Science - Findings from the Cohort Studies
12:30 Registration
13:00 Opening remarks
The Sankei Shimbun
Yukuo Konishi (President of the Japanese Society of Baby Science)
13:10 Special Lecture: "How Children Develop and Learn"
Kurt W. Fischer (Harvard University)
14:10 Special Lecture: "Is Child Care a Risk Factor for the Cognitive and Social Development of Children?"
Sarah L. Friedman (National Institute of Child Hearth and Human Development)
15:10 Break
15:30 Talk, Question & Answer
Chairman : Hideaki Koizumi (Hitachi, Ltd.)
Designated comments : Yukuo Konishi (Tokyo Women's Medical University)
Kurt W. Fischer
Sarah L. Friedman
16:30 Closing Address
  Wednesday, 30 November 2005, Osaka IMP Hall
  -- Child Care Based on Brain Science --
12:30 Registration
13:00 Opening remarks
The Sankei Shimbun
Yukuo Konishi (President of the Japanese Society of Baby Science)
13:10 Special Lecture: "Learning and Development of Babies and Robots"
Minoru Asada (Osaka University)
14:10 Symposium: "Child Care in Asian Countries"
Zulkifuli Ismail (University Kebangsaan Malaysia)
Watcharee Tantiprabha (Chiangmai University, Thailand)
Wo Xi-ru (Peking University, China)
15:10 Break
15:30 Discussion
Chairman : Yukuo Konishi
Zulkifuli Ismail, Watcharee Tantiprabha, Wu Xiru
16:30 Closing Address


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