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Koichi Eugene Okamoto

Koichi Eugene Okamoto, Japanese psychology educator. American Field Service fellow, 1973, Fulbright fellow, 1993. Member International Society Political Psychology (governing council 1998-2000), Japanese Psychological Association, Urasenke International Association.

Background

  • Okamoto, Koichi Eugene was born on June 17, 1955 in Takatsuki, Osaka, Japan. Son of Nozomu and Yoshi (Wakino) Okamoto.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, University Tokyo, 1980. Master of Arts in Social Psychology, University Tokyo, 1982. Doctor of Philosophy in Social Psychology, University Tokyo, 1990.

    Career

    • Teaching assistant Sophia University, Tokyo, 1983-1985. Instructor faculty of letters University Tokyo, 1985-1988. Assistant professor Toyo Eiwa Women's Junior College, Yokohama, Japan, 1988-1989.

      Associate professor Toyo Eiwa Women's University, 1989-1997, professor psycology, since 1997. Research supervisor Ministry of Environment, Government of Japan, since 1994. Member Nuclear Power Safety committee, Science and Technological Advancement Agency, Government of Japan, since 1999.

    Religion

    Denomination: Buddhist

    Membership

    Member International Society Political Psychology (governing council 1998-2000), Japanese Psychological Association, Urasenke International Association.

    Personality

    Interests

    Tea ceremony of urasenke tradition, japanese chess.

    Connections

    • Married Yoshiko Yasuguchi, April 5, 1981. Children: Aya, Akane.
    • father: Nozomu Okamoto
    • mother: Yoshi (Wakino) Okamoto
    • spouse: Yoshiko Yasuguchi
    • children: Aya Okamoto
    • Akane Okamoto
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    Born June 17, 1955
    (age 61)
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    • 1980
      University Tokyo
    • 1982
      University Tokyo
    • 1990
      University Tokyo
    • 1983 - 1985
      Teaching assistant, Sophia University
      Tokyo, Japan
    • 1985 - 1988
      instructor, faculty of letters University Tokyo
    • 1988 - 1989
      assistant, professor Toyo Eiwa Women's Junior College
      Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan

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