Company: Hakuoh University
Location: Koto-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Fumio Kanbe, PhD, Professor at Hakuoh University, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in higher education.
An alumnus of Waseda University, Dr. Kanbe was the recipient of a Bachelor of Education in 1974, a Master of Letters in 1977 and a Doctor of Philosophy in human sciences in 2014. At the inception of his career in 1984, he joined Hakuoh Junior College as an instructor before being escalated to the rank of assistant professor in 1989 and full professor in 2000. Transferring to Hakuoh University, he served as a professor within the Department of Business Management beginning in 2001. In 2007, he began excelling as a professor in the Department of Education prior to his retirement.
To remain abreast of industry developments, Dr. Kanbe maintains affiliation with the Japanese Psychological Association and the Japanese Society for Cognitive Psychology. As such, he has contributed his plethora of expertise to written works, such as articles in the Journal of Japanese Psychological Research. Some articles to his credit have included “Can the Comparisons of Feature Locations Explain the Difficulty in Discriminating Mirror-reflected Pairs of Geometrical Figures from Disoriented Identical Pairs?” in 2015, “On the Generality of the Topological Theory of Visual Shape Perception” in 2013, “The Roles of Endpoints and Closures in a Detection Task” in 2010 and “Mental Rotation of Random Lined Figures” in 2001, among other publications.
To attest to his profound success, Dr. Kanbe has been recognized on several occasions for his achievements. He was included in Who’s Who in Science and Engineering and myriad editions of Who’s Who in the World.
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