Tagaki, M. (2004). Qualitative psychology on physically disabled people in Japan: The case study of the life story of persons with spinal cord injury presented at the Asia-pacific youth psychologists forum, Beijing Normal University, Beijing.
Tagaki, M. (2004). Constructing the meaning of acquired severe motor disabilities; the life stories of persons with spinal cord injuries 10th Annual Qualitative Health Research Conference Banff Centre, Banff, Canada.
Tagaki, M. (2005). Function of a municipality and citizen collaboration working group on disabled policy, and interaction among the members in Japan Asian Association of Social Psychology 6th Biennial Conference Wellington, New Zealand.
Tagaki, M. (2005). Comparative Study of Long term Change of Meaning of Disability, and Short term Change 11th Annual Qualitative Health Research Conference Utrecht, the Netherland.
Tagaki, M. (2005). Possibility of a municipality and citizen collaboration working group on local disabled policy in Japan 18th Asia-Pacific Social Work Conference Seoul, Republic of Korea.
Tagaki, M. (2007). “Critical analysis of narrative of people with acquired physical disability in Japan” The Center for Qualitative Psychology Annual Meeting. Berlin, Germany.
Tagaki, M.(2017). Relationship between personal disability experience and involvement in disability-related activities in Japan: A qualitative study of the narratives of people with physical disabilities. The 17th Biennial Conference of the International Society of Theoretical Psychology, Tokyo, Japan https://www2.rikkyo.ac.jp/web/istp2017/index.html
Tagaki, M(2018). Contribution of qualitative research to municipal disability policy: An analysis of the issuing process of the disability action plan in Japan, The 19th Meeting of the Center for Qualitative Psychology, Karlsruhe, Germany.
Tagaki, M.(2019). Researcher narratives as interventions in local disability policy-making at a symposium “Communication in a health care system; Overcoming borders”, The 18th Biennial Conference of the International Society of Theoretical Psychology, Copenhagen, Denmark.