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Chiyoko Frank - Fielding Graduate University. Queens, NY, US

Chiyoko Frank Chiyoko Frank

Adjunct Faculty - Psychology | Fielding Graduate University

Queens, NY, UNITED STATES

Reconciling Science and Religion, Jungian Psychoanalysis, Cognitive Neuroscience, Neuropsychology, Buddhism.

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Biography

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

Research

Education/Learning

Health and Wellness

Areas of Expertise (5)

Buddhism

Theory of Mind Research

Neuropsychological Assessment

Jungian Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy

Cognitive Neuroscience Research

Education (4)

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

Affiliations (2)

  • Licensed Psychologist, New York State
  • C. G. Jung Institute in Z├╝rich, Switzerland: Diploma Candidate

Media Appearances (1)

Perception Colored by language

Nature News  online

2008-03-03

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Event Appearances (4)

Right Hemisphere Contributions to Theory of Mind and Pragmatic Language Comprehension.

International Congress by the Royal College of Psychiatrists.  Birmingham, UK.

2018-06-24

Pragmatic Hypothesis of Theory of Mind: Clinical Implications for Traumatic Brain Injury.

The Royal Society of London  London, UK.

2017-04-24

Sex difference in neural basis of theory of mind during development.

The 24th European Congress of Psychiatry.  Madrid, Spain.

2016-03-12

Sex difference in neural correlates of theory of mind.

The 20th European Congress of Psychiatry.  Prague, Czech Republic.

2012-03-03

Articles (5)

Reviving pragmatic theory of theory of mind.

AIMS Neuroscience, 5(2), 116-131.

Frank, C. K. (2018).

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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).

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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).

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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).

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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).

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