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Learning together by deaf and hearing pupils in a primary school: A Norwegian attempt, Poster presented at Nordic Educational Research Association (NERA) 44th Congress, Helsinki, 2016.3.
Sign language development and language input, In: M.Minami(ed.), Handbook of Japanese Applied Linguistics (pp.511-529), Boston: De Gruyter, 2016.
Signed language learning by inclusive Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing pupils: A longitudinal analysis, Poster presented at 17th European Conference on Developmental Psychology, Braga, 2015.9.
An ethnography of signed language interpretation in a Japanese primary school. Proceedings of 22nd International Congress on the Education of the Deaf (CD version), University of Petras, 2015. 
Co-enrollment programs for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing children: A socio-cultural analysis. Poster presented at Nordic Network on Disability Research (NNDR) 13th Conference, Bergen, 2015.5.
2010-2014
Comparative research on `Good Practices` among Chinese and Japanese signing schools for the deaf through a lesson study, Bulletin of Hyogo University of Teacher Education, 2014, 45, 39-52. (In Japanese with an English abstract)
Signing and gesturing in deaf mother-infant`s book sharing interaction. Poster presented at 13th International Congress for the Study of Child Language, Amsterdam, 2014.7.
What are `Co-enrollment` practices? A comparison. Invited speech, Symposium of Sign Bilingualism and Deaf Education, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2014.6.
Challenges and instructions in mathematics for deaf and hard-of-hearing pupils: An analysis of classrooms activities at the school for the deaf, (Kataoka, K., & Torigoe, T.) Journal of School Education (Bulletin of Center for School Education Research, Hyogo University of Teacher Education), 2014, 26, 31-39. (In Japanese with an English abstract)
Development of inclusive education for deaf and hard-of-hearing children (3): An attempt of signed language implementation to the primary school which had self-contained special classes for hard-of-hearing pupils in Japan, Bulletin of Hyogo University of Teacher Education, 2013, 43, 37-49. (In Japanese with an English abstract)
Signed language learning by hard-of-hearing pupils: An inclusive practice in a regular primary school in Japan. Paper presented at 3rd International Conference on Sign Linguistics and Deaf Education in Asia, Hong Kong, 2013.1-2
How hard-of-hearing children learn a signed language? A socio-cultural analysis. Poster presented at 5th Conference of International Society for Gesture Studies, Lund, 2012.7
Development of inclusive education for deaf and hard-of-hearing children (2): An analysis of co-enrollment program in Italy and USA, Bulletin of Hyogo University of Teacher Education, 2012, 41, 15-25. (In Japanese with an English abstract)
A research review of the inclusive practices for deaf and hard-of-hearing children, Japanese Journal of Special Education, 2012, 50(1), 87-96. (In Japanese with an English abstract)
Development of inclusive education for deaf and hard-of-hearing children (1): An analysis of co-enrollment program in Norway, Bulletin of Hyogo University of Teacher Education, 2011, 39, 47-58. (In Japanese with an English abstract)
The relation between the cognitive characteristics and the achievement performance for Japanese deaf and hard-of-hearing children: An analysis of K-ABC tests. Poster presented at 21st International Congress on the Education of the Deaf, Vancouver, Canada, 2010.7.
An attempt of support to educational development in a school for the deaf in Mongolia through the lesson study. (Torigoe, T., Tomiyama, A., & Matsui, N.) Journal of School Education (Bulletin of Center for School Education Research, Hyogo University of Teacher Education), 2010, 22, 55-62. (In Japanese with an English abstract)
2005-2009
Development and modification of bilingual deaf education in Sweden: An analysis of narratives by teachers of the schools for deaf and hard-of-hearing children. Bulletin of Hyogo University of Teacher Education, 2009, 35, 47-57. (In Japanese with an English abstract)
K-ABC tests for Japanese deaf and hard-of-hearing children: An attempt to understand their cognitive difficulties and to support them. Poster presented at 4th World Congress on Mental Health and Deafness, Brisbane, Australia, 2009.10. 
Literacy development and its support for deaf and hard-of-hearing children: From a viewpoint of sign language use. Bulletin of Hyogo University of Teacher Education, 2008, 33, 39-51. (In Japanese with an English abstract)
Support of deaf and hard-of-hearing pupils in the inclusive classrooms: An analysis of adultsf narratives. Poster presented at 2nd International Conference on Special Education, Marmaris, Turkey, 2008.6. 
An attempt of school counseling practice at an oral school for the deaf in Japan: From a socio-cultural point of view. Journal of American Deafness and Rehabilitation Association, 2007, 40(2), 37-44.
Japanese Sign Language, In: M.Nakayama, R.Mazuka, & Y.Shirai (eds.), Handbook of East Asian Psycholinguistics: Japanese (pp.137-143), Cambridge University Press, 2006
Sign language development and language environment, Japanese Psychological Review, 2006, 49, 180-191. (In Japanese with an English abstract)
Development of sign language assessment tools for deaf and hard-of-hearing children: A review. Bulletin of Hyogo University of Teacher Education, 2006, 29, 31-37. (In Japanese with an English abstract)
Pre-literacy activities of a deaf child and her mother in a signing environment. Poster presented at 9th Asia-Pacific Congress on Deafness, Tokyo, Japan, 2006.10.
Deaf Pupilfs narrative of self who had experience of integration in the hearing school. Poster presented at 28th International Colloquium for School Psychology, Hangzhou, China, 2006.7.
Communication support to a deaf child with autistic disorder. (Kai, S, Kawaguchi, N, & Torigoe,T.) Journal of Human Development and Clinical Psychology, 2005, 11, 105-115. (In Japanese with an English abstract)
Home literacy activities of a deaf child acquiring a signed language as first Language. Poster presented at 14th European Conference on Reading, Zagreb, Croatia, 2005.7-8
2000-2004
Deaf education and bilingualism: Signed and spoken languages. Studies in Language Sciences, 2004, 3, 55-65.
An attempt of developing signed language video materials for instructing Japanese literacy to deaf children. Paper presented at 20th World Congress on Reading, International Reading Association, Manila, 2004.7.     
An attempt of developing signed language video materials for instructing Japanese to deaf children. Bulletin of Hyogo University of Teacher Education, 2003, 23, 97-107. (In Japanese with an English abstract)
School counseling practice at an oral deaf school in Japan: An attempt from a socio-cultural viewpoint. Paper presented at 6th European Conference of Mental Health and Deafness, Bad Ishl, Austria, 2003.5.
A descriptive analysis of pointing and oral movements in a home sign system. (Torigoe,T., & Takei,W.) Sign Language Studies, 2002, 2(3), 281-295.
Phonological development of signs in deaf children acquiring Japanese Sign Language as a first language. Paper presented at 17th biennial meeting of International Society for Study of Behavioral Development, Ottawa, 2002.8.
The role of pointing gestures in the acquisition of Japanese Sign Language. (Takei,W. & Torigoe,T.) Japanese Journal of Special Education, 2001, 38(6), 51-63.
Deaf education and biligualism. Paper presented at the symposium titled "Issues in Japanese bilingual education",Paper presented at 3rd Annual Conference of Japanese Society for Language Science, Tokyo, 2001.6.
A descriptive analysis of early word combination in deaf children's signed utterance. (Torigoe,T. & Takei,W.) Japanese Psychological Research, 2001, 43(3), 156-161.
Bilingual situation in signing deaf schools in Japan: An ethnographic analysis. Paper presented at Conference on Sign linguistics, Deaf education, and Deaf culture in Asia, Hong Kong, 2001.12.
Grammaticalization of pointings and oral movements in a home sign. Poster presented at 7th International Conference on Theoretical Issues in Sign Language Research, Amsterdam, 2000.7.
Nonreferential gestures and the acquisition of sign language by two Japanese infants. (Takei,W. & Torigoe,T.) Japanese Journal of Developmental Psychology, 2000, 11(1), 12-22. (In Japanese with an English abstract)
1995-1999
Grammaticalization of pointings in deaf children acquiring Japanese Sign Language as a first language. Paper presented at 8th International Congress for the Study of Child Language, San Sebastian, 1999.7.
Implementation of sign language into deaf educaiton. Bulletin of Hyogo University of Teacher Education, 1999, 19, 163-171. (In Japanese with an English abstract)
How does a conversation proceed in Japanese Sign Language? Focusing on overlapping of utterance in deaf dyads. (Torigoe,T. & Ogawa,T.) Japanese Journal of Sign Linguistics, 1997, 14(1), 13-20. (In Japanese with an English abstract)
An analysis of gestures which developed spontaneously in an adult with moderate mental retardation having severe articulation disorders: Focusing on the pointing gestures. (Ishibashi,Y. & Torigoe,T.) Japanese Journal of Sign Linguistics, 1997, 14(1), 21-25. (In Japanese with an English abstract)
Communication support of older deaf people who had no experience of school. Paper presented at 4th European Congress of Mental Health and Deafness, Manchester, 1997.10.
A morphemic analysis of the gestural system produced by sisters who are deaf, living on an isolated island. (Takei,W., Torigoe,T., & Yokkaichi,A.) Japanese Journal of Special Education, 1997, 35(3), 33-41. (In Japanese with an English abstract)
Grammaticalization of pointings: Evidence from a home sign system. Poster presented at 26th International Congress of Psychology, Montreal, 1996.8
Deaf life on isolated Japanese islands. (Torigoe, T., Takei,W., & Kimura,H.) Sign Language Studies, 1995, 87, 167-174.
How do deaf children acquire sign language? Acquisition processes of sign language as a first language. Japanese Journal of Sign Linguistics Monograph, 1995, no.5. (In Japanese with an English abstract)
1990-1994
Life histories of Deaf people living on the islands: Focusing on those who had no experience of school. Paper presented at 2nd International Congress on Deaf History, Hamburg, October, 1994.10
Resumptive X structure in Japanese Sign Language. In I.Ahlgren, B.Bergman, & M.Brennan(eds), Perspectives on sign language structure, The International Sign Linguistics Association, 1994, pp.187-198.
Comparative-developmental psychological studies on manipulation in Primates. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation (Hiroshima University), 1994 (In Japanese with an English summary)
Life histories of deaf people living in islands: Focusing on deaf people without school experience. Research Bulletin of National Rehabilitation Center for the Disabled, 1993, 14, 45-51. (In Japanese with an English abstract)
An analysis of WH-quesitions in Japanese Sign Language. Japanese Journal of Sign Linguistics, 1993, 13, 19-28. (In Japanese with an English abstract)
A social and linguistic survey on deaf people who have little contact with deaf community: A preliminary report. Research Bulletin of National Rehabilitation Center for the Disabled, 1992, 13, 71-75. (In Japanese with an English abstract)
An analysis of sentence-final positions in Japanese Sign Language. Japanese Journal of Sign Linguistics, 1991, 12, 15-29. (In Japanese with an English abstract)
1985-1989
Sequential structural models in sign language: A review on recent sign phonology. Proceedings of Japanese Association of Sign Language Studies, 1989, 10, 2-14. (In Japanese with an English abstract)
Acquisition of Sign Language in deaf children: A review. Proceedings of Japanese Association of Sign Language Studies, 1988, 9, 39-64. (In Japanese with an English abstract)
Further report on object manipulation in non-human primates: A comparison within 13 species of the genus macaca. Primates, 1987, 28, 533-538.
Object manipulation in a captive troop of Japanese monkeys (Macaca fuscata): A developmental analysis. Primates, 1987, 28, 497-506.
Observation on chimpanzees' manipulations at the Mahale Mountains National Park, Tanzania. Report to Tanzanian Research Council (Unpublished), 1987.
Development of object manipulation in the infants of Japanese monkeys. Japanese Psychological Research, 1986, 28, 149-154.
Object manipulation in primates: A comparative psychological approach to human behavior. Hiroshima Forum for Psychology, 1986, 11, 89-99.
A sequential analysis of early development of behaviors in chicks. The Annual of Animal Psychology, 1985, 35, 23-30.
Comparison of object manipulation among 74 species of non-human primates. Primates, 1985, 26, 182-194.
-1984
Ultradian rhythms in infant's heart rate and behavior. (Kaneko,R., & Torigoe,T) Journal of Interdisciplinary Cycle Research, 1984, 15, 227-235.
Temporal structure of play behavior in infants: An application of cross-correlation analysis. Hiroshima Forum for Psychology, 1982, 9, 79-84.
Factor analysis of open-field behavior in chicks: An ethological reconsideration. The Annual of Animal Psychology, 1981, 31, 25-33.