Dr. Chiyoko Kobayashi Frank is a member of the Adjunct Faculty in the School of Psychology at Fielding Graduate University.
She also works as a neuropsychologist at NYC Traumatic Brain Injury Center.
She also has a private practice where she treats patients primarily with Jungian psychoanalytic psychotherapy.
Industry Expertise (4)
Mental Health Care
Health and Wellness
Areas of Expertise (5)
Theory of Mind Research
Jungian Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy
Cognitive Neuroscience Research
Fielding Graduate University: Certificate of Respecialization, Clinical Psychology (RCP) 2014
Cornell University: Doctor of Philosophy, Psychology, 2007
Yale University,: Master of Science, Cellular & Molecular Physiology 2001
Clark University: Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, 1999
- Licensed Psychologist, New York State
- C. G. Jung Institute in Zürich, Switzerland: Diploma Candidate
Media Appearances (1)
Perception Colored by language
Nature News online
Event Appearances (4)
Right Hemisphere Contributions to Theory of Mind and Pragmatic Language Comprehension.
International Congress by the Royal College of Psychiatrists. Birmingham, UK.
Pragmatic Hypothesis of Theory of Mind: Clinical Implications for Traumatic Brain Injury.
The Royal Society of London London, UK.
Sex difference in neural basis of theory of mind during development.
The 24th European Congress of Psychiatry. Madrid, Spain.
Sex difference in neural correlates of theory of mind.
The 20th European Congress of Psychiatry. Prague, Czech Republic.
Reviving pragmatic theory of theory of mind.AIMS Neuroscience, 5(2), 116-131.
Frank, C. K. (2018).
Sex differences in the neural basis of false-belief and pragmatic language comprehension.NeuroImage, 105, 300-311. doi: 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2014.09.041.
Frank, C. K., Baron-Cohen, S., & Ganzel, B. (2015).
Theory of mind and bilingual cognition.Language and bilingual cognition (pp. 431-452).
Siegal, M., Frank, C. K., Surian, L., & Hielmquist, E. In: V. Cook & B. Bassetti (Eds.). (2010).
Cultural effects on the neural basis of theory of mind.Cultural Neuroscience: Progress in Brain Research, 178, 213-223. doi: 10.1016/S0079-6123(09)17815-9. (2009).
Frank, C.K., & Temple, E. In: J. Chiao (Ed.) (2009).
Language and thought: Linguistic influence on developmental neural basis of theory of mind.Children and language: Development, impairment and training. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers.
Kobayashi, C. (2009).