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Mizutani, S., & Koda-Dallow, T. (2017). "I relied on my intuition, not the media, to protect my family.": A sense of personal responsibilities emerged during the triple disasters in Japan, 2011. NZASIA International Conference, Dunedin.
Mizutani, S., & Koda-Dallow, T. (2016). To evacuate or stay? Factors which influenced Japanese people's decision-making in emergencies. New Zealand Psychological Society Annual Conference 2016, Wellington.
Mizutani, S., & Koda-Dallow, T. (2015). Do positive emotions lead to 'lazy thinking' in an emergency?: A study of the triple disasters in Japan. The New Zealand Asia Studies Society (NZASIA) Conference, Christchurch.
Mizutani, S., and Koda-Dallow, T. (2014). The role of emotions on people's behaviour in emergencies: Quantitative analysis. The NZ Psychological Society Annual Conference, Nelson. 29 August - 1 September.
Mizutani , S., and Koda-Dallow, T. (2013). The role of emotions on people's behaviour in emergencies; Preliminary dIscussion. NZASIA Conference, The University of Auckland, 22 - 24 November, Auckland.
Mizutani , S., and Koda-Dallow, T. (2013). Does ethnicity influence the choice of language learning strategies?: A case study in New Zealand. In M. Hobbs and K. Doffs (Eds), ILAC Selections: Autonomy in a Networked World, 5th Independent Learning Association Conference 2012. Independent Learning Association: Christchurch, New Zealand.
Mizutani , S., and Koda-Dallow, T. (2012). Asian vs Non-Asian? Does ethnicity influence the choice of language learning strategies? 5th Independent Learning Association Conference, Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand.
Koda-Dallow, T. (2007). An analysis of the effectiveness of different learning strategies used by learners of Japanese as a foreign language. Applied Linguistics Association of New Zealand (ALANZ) Auckland/Waikato Regional Seminar.
Dallow, T. (2002). How can you use HyperCard in your high school classroom. Presented to the Langsem Conference, July, Auckland.
Dallow, T. (2002). How HyperCard can help with autonomy. Presented to the Autonomous Language Learning Symposium, 2 May, Auckland.