Name

KUMANO, Hiroaki

Official Title

Professor

AffiliationFaculty of Human Sciences

(School of Human Sciences)

Contact Information

URL

Web Page URL

http://hikumano.umin.ac.jp/

Grant-in-aids for Scientific Researcher Number
90280875

Sub-affiliation

Sub-affiliation

Faculty of Human Sciences(Graduate School of Human Sciences)

Research Council (Research Organization)/Affiliated organization(Global Education Center)

Affiliated Institutes

応用脳科学研究所

プロジェクト研究所所長 2009-2013

災害復興医療人類学研究所

研究所員 2014-

応用脳科学研究所

プロジェクト研究所所長 2014-

環境医科学研究所

研究所員 2016-

Educational background・Degree

Educational background

-1985 The University of Tokyo Faculty of Medicine School of Medicine

Degree

PhD of Medical Science Thesis The University of Tokyo General internal medicine (including psychosomatic medicine)

Interview Guide

Research Field
cognitive and behavioral therapies, mindfulness, behavioral medicine

Research Field

Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research classification

Social sciences / Psychology / Clinical psychology

Complex systems / Health/Sports science / Applied health science

Medicine, dentistry, and pharmacy / Clinical internal medicine / Psychiatric science

Medicine, dentistry, and pharmacy / Clinical internal medicine / General internal medicine (including psychosomatic medicine)

Paper

Prediction of Mind-Wandering with Electroencephalogram and Non-linear Regression Modeling.

Kawashima I, Kumano H.

Front Hum Neurosci 11p.365 - 3652017-

Use of Multichannel Near Infrared Spectroscopy to Study Relationships Between Brain Regions and Neurocognitive Tasks of Selective/Divided Attention and 2-Back Working Memory.

Tomita N, Imai S, Kanayama Y, Kawashima I, Kumano H.

Percept Mot Skills 124(3) p.703 - 7202017-

Development and evaluation of an electromagnetic hypersensitivity questionnaire for Japanese people.

Hojo S, Tokiya M, Mizuki M, Miyata M, Kanatani KT, Takagi A, Tsurikisawa N, Kame S, Katoh T, Tsujiuchi T, Kumano H.

Bioelectromagnetics 37(6) p.353 - 3722016-

High Prevalence of Post-Traumatic Stress Symptoms in Relation to Social Factors in Affected Population One Year after the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster.

Tsujiuchi T, Yamaguchi M, Masuda K, Tsuchida M, Inomata T, Kumano H, Kikuchi Y, Augusterfer EF, Mollica RF.

PLoS One 11(3) p.e0151807 - e01518072016-

吃音者における注意機能と吃症状、およびネガティヴ感情との関連.

灰谷知純,熊野宏昭

音声言語医学 57(2) p.217 - 2262016-

瞑想経験者における注意訓練中のEEG信号源推定の試み.

川島一朔,灰谷知純,杉山風輝子,臼井香,井上ウィマラ,熊野宏昭

マインドフルネス研究 1(1) p.3 - 62016-

社交不安者における特性不安および抑うつ症状と注意制御機能, 解釈バイアスの関連.

富田 望,西 優子,今井正司,熊野宏昭.

認知療法研究 9(1) p.44 - 542016-

改訂Cognitive Fusion Questionnaire 13項目版および7項目版の妥当性の検討.

嶋 大樹, 川井智理, 柳原茉美佳, 熊野宏昭

行動療法研究 42(1) p.73 - 832016-

3つの自己の体験尺度の作成及び信頼性と妥当性の検討.

柳原茉美佳,川井智理,嶋大樹,齋藤順一,熊野宏昭

行動療法研究 41(3) p.225 - 2382015-

In-situ Real-Time Monitoring of Volatile Organic Compound Exposure and Heart Rate Variability for Patients with Multiple Chemical Sensitivity.

Mizukoshi A, Kumagai K, Yamamoto N, Noguchi M, Yoshiuchi K, Kumano H, Sakabe K, Yanagisawa Y.

12(10) p.12446 - 124652015-

Dysfunction of ventrolateral prefrontal cortex underlying social anxiety disorder: A multi-channel NIRS study.

Yokoyama C, Kaiya H, Kumano H, Kinou M, Umekage T, Yasuda S, Takei K, Nishikawa M, Sasaki T, Nishimura Y, Hara N, Inoue K, Kaneko Y, Suzuki S, Tanii H, Okada M, Okazaki Y.

Neuroimage Clin 28(8) p.455 - 4612015-

呼吸に気づきを向ける短期間のマインドフルネスのエクササイズが吃音者の苦手場面に与える影響.

灰谷知純,佐々木淳,熊野宏昭

コミュニケーション障害学 32(1) p.20 - 262015-

能動的注意制御における主観的側面と抑うつ及び不安との関連.

今井正司,熊野宏昭,今井千鶴子,根建金男

認知療法研究 8(1) p.85 - 952015-

社交不安障害とパニック障害を合併した患者に対する認知行動療法:機能分析に基づく介入効果.

岡島純子,岡島 義,熊野宏昭

認知療法研究 7(2) p.189 - 1982014-

怒り反潟に対するメタ認知的信念尺度の作成及び信頼性ど妥当性の検討.

金ヌルプルンソル,山口摩弥,今井正司,熊野宏昭,野村忍

認知療法研究 7(2) p.180 - 1882014-

複雑性悲嘆の予防に向けた介入の一例—第三世代の認知行動療法を援用した介入—.

高橋恵理子,岡山紀子,千葉宏明,熊野宏昭

カウンセリング研究 47(1) p.20 - 292014-

中学生における注意制御機能,ディタッチト・マインドフルネス,反芻,メタ認知的信念が抑うつに及ぼす影響

西優子,今井正司,金山裕介,熊野宏昭

認知療法研究 7(1) p.55 - 652014-

身体像不満足感傾向が鏡の自覚的な見方に及ぼす影響

杉山風輝子,喜入瑞央,今井正司,熊野宏昭

心身医学 54(3) p.266 - 2732014-

心理士による集団認知行動療法がうつ病患者のうつ症状の改善に及ぼす効果-比較対照研究-.

伊藤大輔,兼子 唯,巣山晴菜,金谷順弘,田上明日香,小関俊祐,貝谷久宣,熊野宏昭,鈴木伸一

行動療法研究 38(3) p.169 - 1792012-

EEG source imaging during two Qigong meditations.

Faber PL, Lehmann D, Tei S, Tsujiuchi T, Kumano H, Pascual-Marqui RD, Kochi K.

Cogn Process 13(3) p.255 - 2652012-

A Novel Methodology to Evaluate Health Impacts Caused by VOC Exposures Using Real-Time VOC and Holter Monitors.

Mizukoshi A, Kumagai K, Yamamoto N, Noguchi M, Yoshiuchi K, Kumano H, Yanagisawa Y

Int J Environ Res Public Health 7p.4127 - 41382010-

Decreased response inhibition in middle-aged male patients with type 2 diabetes.

Ishizawa KT, Kumano H, Sato A, Sakura H, Iwamoto Y

Biopsychosocial Medicine 4p.12010-

Meditators and Non-Meditators: EEG Source Imaging During Resting.

Tei S, Faber PL, Lehmann D, Tsujiuchi T, Kumano H, Pascual-Marqui RD, Gianotti LR, Kochi K

Brain Topogr 22(3) p.158 - 1652009-

Evaluation of subjective symptoms of Japanese patients with multiple chemical sensitivity using QEESI((c)).

Hojo S, Sakabe K, Ishikawa S, Miyata M, Kumano H

Environ Health Prev Med 14(5) p.267 - 2752009-

Panic disorder and locomotor activity.

Sakamoto N, Yoshiuchi K, Kikuchi H, Takimoto Y, Kaiya H, Kumano H, Yamamoto Y, Akabayashi A

Biopsychosoc Medicine 2p.232008-

Alterations in brain serotonin synthesis in male alcoholics measured using positron emission tomography.

Nishikawa M, Diksic M, Sakai Y, Kumano H, Charney D, Palacios-Boix J, Negrete J, Gill K

Alcohol Clin Exp Res 33(2) p.233 - 2392009-

Mindfulness-based stress reduction and cancer: a metaanalysis.

Ledesma D, Kumano H* *Corresponding author

Psychooncology 18(6) p.571 - 5792009-

Relationship between subtypes of irritable bowel syndrome and severity of symptoms associated with panic disorder.

Sugaya N, Kaiya H, Kumano H, Nomura S

Scand J Gastroenterol 43(6) p.675 - 6812008-

Working Committee on Clinical Practice Guidelines for Late-onset Hypogonadism; Japanese Urological Association/Japanese Society for Study of Aging Male. Clinical practice manual for late-onset hypogonadism syndrome.

Namiki M, Akaza H, Shimazui T, Ito N, Iwamoto T, Baba K, Kumano H, Koh E, Tsujimura A, Matsumiya K, Horie S, Maruyama O, Marumo K, Yanase T, Kumamoto Y

Int J Urol 15(5) p.377 - 3882008-

Eating attitudes and body dissatisfaction in adolescents: Cross-cultural study.

Kayano M, Yoshiuchi K, Al-Adawi S, Viernes N, Dorvlo AS, Kumano H, Kuboki T, Akabayashi A

Psychiatry Clin Neurosci 62(1) p.17 - 252008-

Clinical characteristics of physician-diagnosed patients with multiple chemical sensitivity in Japan.

Hojo S, Ishikawa S, Kumano H, Miyata M, Sakabe K

Int J Hyg Environ Health 211(5,6) p.682 - 6892008-

The development of a Japanese version of the Short-form McGill Pain Questionnaire.

Yamaguchi M, Kumano H, Yamauchi Y, Kadota Y, Iseki M

The Journal of the Japan Society of Pain Clinicians 14p.9 - 142007-

A real-time assessment of the effect of exercise in chronic fatigue syndrome.

Yoshiuchi K, Cook DB, Ohashi K, Kumano H, Kuboki T, Yamamoto Y, Natelson BH

Physiol Behav 92(5) p.963 - 9682007-

Tendency toward deliberate food restriction, fear of fatness and somatic attribution in cross-cultural samples.

Viernes N, Zaidan ZA, Dorvlo AS, Kayano M, Yoishiuchi K, Kumano H, Kuboki T, Al-Adawi S

Eat Behav 8(3) p.407 - 4172007-

"Mobile Nurse" platform for ubiquitous medicine.

Struzik ZR, Yoshiuchi K, Sone M, Ishikawa T, Kikuchi H, Kumano H, Watsuji T, Natelson BH, Yamamoto Y

Methods Inf Med 46(2) p.130 - 1342007-

Reliability of recalled self-report on headache intensity: investigation using ecological momentary assessment technique.

Kikuchi H, Yoshiuchi K, Miyasaka N, Ohashi K, Yamamoto Y, Kumano H, Kuboki T, Akabayashi A

Cephalalgia 26(11) p.1335 - 13432006-

Changes in heart rate with refeeding in anorexia nervosa: a pilot study.

Yoshida NM, Yoshiuchi K, Kumano H, Sasaki T, Kuboki T

J Psychosom Res 61(4) p.571 - 5752006-

Fluvoxamine, a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor, and 5-HT2C receptor inactivation induce appetite-suppressing effects in mice via 5-HT1B receptors.

Nonogaki K, Nozue K, Takahashi Y, Yamashita N, Hiraoka S, Kumano H, Kuboki T, Oka Y

Int J Neuropsychopharmacol 10(5) 2007-

Changes in cerebral glucose utilization in patients with panic disorder treated with cognitive-behavioral therapy.

Sakai Y*, Kumano H*, Nishikawa M, Sakano Y, Kaiya H, Imabayashi E, Ohnishi T, Matsuda H, Yasuda A, Sato A, Diksic M, Kuboki T *These authors contributed equally to this work.

Neuroimage 33(1) p.218 - 2262006-

Yearlong physical activity and depressive symptoms in older Japanese adults: cross-sectional data from the Nakanojo Study.

Yoshiuchi K, Nakahara R, Kumano H, Kuboki T, Togo F, Watanabe E, Yasunaga A, Park H, Shephard RJ, Aoyagi Y

Am J Geriatr Psychiatry 14(7) p.621 - 6242006-

Prospective study on influence of psychosocial factors on glycemic control in Japanese patients with type 2 diabetes.

Nakahara R, Yoshiuchi K, Kumano H, Hara Y, Suematsu H, Kuboki T

Psychosomatics 47(3) p.240 - 2462006-

Bulimia nervosa and abnormal cardiac repolarization.

Takimoto Y, Yoshiuchi K, Kumano H, Kuboki T

J Psychosom Res 60(1) p.105 - 1072006-

Does the Aging Males' Symptoms scale assess major depressive disorder?: a pilot study.

Yoshida NM*, Kumano H*, Kuboki T *These authors contributed equally to this work.

Maturitas. 53(2) p.171 - 1752006-

精神的外傷を引き起こす死別の社会文化的背景への一考察-説明モデルとしてのオマーンのZombification-.

Samir Al-Adawi, 鄭 志誠, 辻内琢也, 葉山玲子, 吉内一浩, 熊野宏昭, 久保木富房

心身医学 45(12) p.933 - 9412005-

過敏性腸症候群を伴うパニック障害患者の臨床的特徴.

菅谷 渚, 貝谷久宣, 熊野宏昭, 野村 忍

心身医学 45(12) p.915 - 9222005-

心身医療における“証言に基く医療”:文化人類学による質的研究(第2報).

鈴木勝己,辻内琢也,辻内優子,熊野宏昭,久保木富房

心身医学 45(12) p.907 - 9142005-

パーソナリティと生活習慣,食行動および生理指標との関連性の検討-Short Interpersonal Reactions Inventory (SIRI) 日本語短縮版を用いた分析.

織井優貴子,熊野宏昭,宗像正徳,福土審

心身医学 45(11) p.849 - 8542005-

Analysis of energy expenditure, endocrine function, and autonomic nervous activity in anorexia nervosa patients during refeeding: A pilot study.

Yoshida NM, Yoshiuchi K, Kumano H, Sasaki T, Kuboki T

Nutr Res 25p.959 - 9702005-

Harmony-seeking and the risk of prostate cancer: a prebioptic study.

Kumano H, Haseme E, Fujimoto H, Matsuoka N, Yoshiuchi K, Uchitomi Y, Akechi T, Nakano T, Kobayashi M, Agari I, Kuboki T

J Psychosom Res 59p.167 - 1742005-

Hikikomori, is it a culture-reactive or culture-bound temperament?: Nidotherapy and clinical vignette from Oman.

Sakamoto N, Martin RG, Kumano H, Kuboki T, Al-Adawi S

Int J Psychiatry Med 35(2) p.191 - 1982005-

A Placebo-controlled, randomized withdrawal study of Sertraline for panic disorder in Japan

Kamijima K, Kuboki T, Kumano H, Burt T, Cohen G, Arano I, Hamasaki T

Int Clin Psychopharm 20(5) p.265 - 2732005-

Use of QEESI© questionnaire for a screening study in Japan.

Hojo S, Yoshino H, Kumano H, Kakuta K, Miyata M, Sakabe K, Matsui T, Ikeda K, Nozaki A, Ishikawa S

Toxicol Ind Health 21p.113 - 1242005-

Cerebral glucose metabolism associated with a fear network in panic disorder.

Sakai Y*, Kumano H*, Nishikawa M, Sakano Y, Kaiya H, Imabayashi E, Ohnishi T, Matsuda H, Yasuda A, Sato A, Diksic M, Kuboki T *These authors contributed equally to this work.

NeuroReport 16(9) p.927 - 9312005-

心身医療における病いの語り:文化人類学による質的研究(第1報).

鈴木勝己,辻内琢也,辻内優子,熊野宏昭,久保木富房

心身医学 45(6) p.449 - 4572005-

Possible interactive effects of demographic factors and stress coping mechanisms on depression and anxiety in maintenance hemodialysis patients.

Takaki J, Nishi T, Shimoyama H, Inada T, Matsuyama N, Kumano H, Kuboki T

J Psychosom Res 58(3) p.217 - 2232005-

Explicit knowledge and intention to learn in sequence learning: an ERP study.

Miyawaki K, Sato A, Yasuda A, Kumano H, Kuboki T

NeuroReport 16(7) p.705 - 7082005-

日本人に対するQEESI応用の試み-QEESIのMCSおよびシックハウス症候群患者のスクリーニング用問診票として使用事例-.

北條祥子,吉野博,熊野宏昭,角田和彦,宮田幹夫,坂部貢,松井孝子,池田耕一,野崎敦夫,石川哲

臨床環境医学 13(2) p.110 - 1192005-

Symptom profile of multiple chemical sensitivity in actual life.

Saito M, Kumano H*, Yoshiuchi K, Kokubo N, Ohashi K, Yamamoto Y, Shinohara N, Yanagisawa Y, Sakabe K, Miyata M, Ishikawa S, Kuboki T *Corresponding author

Psychosom Med 67p.318 - 3252005-

Effects of value and reward magnitude on feedback negativity and P300.

Sato A, Yasuda A, Ohira H, Miyawaki K, Nishikawa M, Kumano H, Kuboki T

NeuroReport 16(4) 2005-

民俗セクター医療を利用する患者の社会文化的背景—医療人類学的視点による質的研究.

辻内琢也,鈴木勝己,辻内優子,熊野宏昭,久保木富房

心身医学 45(1) p.53 - 622005-

Application of Quick Environment Exposure Sensitivity Inventory (QEESI©) for Japanese population: study of reliability and validity of the questionnaire.

Hojo S, Kumano H, Yoshino H, Kakuta K, Ishikawa S

Toxicol Ind Health 19p.41 - 492003-

Error-related negativity reflects detection of negative reward prediction error.

Yasuda A, Sato A, Miyawaki K, Kumano H, Kuboki T

NeuroReport 15(16) p.2561 - 25652004-

Laterality and imbalance of muscle stiffness relates to personality.

Nakaya N, Kumano H, Minoda K, Kanazawa M, Fukudo S

Behav Med 30(1) p.5 - 92004-

東大式社会不安尺度の開発と信頼性・妥当性の検討.

貝谷久宣,金井嘉宏,熊野宏昭,坂野雄二,久保木富房

心身医学 44(4) p.279 - 2872004-

Power law temporal auto-correlations in day-long records of human physical activity and their alteration with disease.

Nunes Amaral LA, Bezerra Soares DJ, da Silva LR, Lucena LS, Saito M, Kumano H, Aoyagi N, Yamamoto Y

Europhys Lett 66(3) p.448 - 4542004-

Preliminary study: psychological effects of the muscle relaxation on juvenile delinquents.

Nakaya N, Kumano H, Minoda K, Koguchi T, Tanouchi K, Kanazawa M, Fukudo S

Int J Behav Med 11(3) p.176 - 1802004-

QT interval and QT dispersion in eating disorders.

Takimoto Y, Yoshiuchi K, Kumano H, Yamanaka G, Sasaki T, Suematsu H, Nagakawa Y, Kuboki T

Psychother Psychosom 73p.324 - 3282004-

Comorbidity of irritable bowel syndrome, panic disorder and agoraphobia in a Japanese representative sample.

Kumano H, Kaiya H, Yoshiuchi K, Yamanaka G, Sasaki T, Kuboki T

Am J Gastroenterol 99p.370 - 3762004-

Interactions among a stressor, self-efficacy, coping with stress, depression, and anxiety in maintenance hemodialysis patients.

Takaki J, Nishi T, Shimoyama H, Inada T, Matsuyama N, Kumano H, Kuboki T

Behav Med 29(3) p.107 - 1122003-

広場恐怖を伴うパニック障害患者における一般性セルフ・エフィカシー尺度の特徴に関する検討.

陳峻文,形岡美穂子,鈴木伸一,川村由美子,熊野宏昭,貝谷久宣,坂野雄二

心身医学 43(12) p.821 - 8282003-

Possible variances of blood urea nitrogen, serum potassium and phosphorus levels and interdialytic weight gain accounted for compliance of hemodialysis patients.

Takaki J, Nishi T, Shimoyama H, Inada T, Matsuyama N, Sakaki T, Kumano H, Kuboki T

J Psychosom Res 55p.525 - 5292003-

Clinical worth of adiponectin levels in obesity and glycemic control of Japanese type 2 diabetic patients.

Nonogaki K, Kumano H, Ootsuka Y, Takeuchi A, Nonogaki N, Kuboki T

Diabetes Care 26p.31982003-

Behavioral power-law exponents in the usage of electric appliances correlate mood states in the elderly.

Yoshiuchi K, Yamamoto Y, Niwamoto H, Watsuji T, Kumano H, Kuboki T

International Journal of Sport and Health Sciences 1(1) p.41 - 472003-

High social desirability and prefrontal cortical activity in cancer patients: a preliminary study.

Tashiro T, Juengling F, Moser E, Reinhardt M, Kubota K, Yanai K, Sasaki H, Nitzsche EU, Kumano H, Itoh M

Med Sci Monit 9(4) p.CR119 - 1242003-

Clinical and psychological aspects of restless legs syndrome in uremic patients on hemodialysis.

Takaki J, Nishi T, Nangaku M, Shimoyama H, Inada T, Matsuyama N, Kumano H, Kuboki T

Am J Kidney Dis 41(4) p.833 - 8392003-

Relationship of health status and social support to the life satisfaction of older adults.

Wang CW, Iwaya T, Kumano H, Suzukamo Y, Tobimatsu Y, Fukudo S

Tohoku J Exp Med 198p.141 - 1492002-

Reliability and validity of a Japanese version of the Eating Disorder Inventory.

Shimura M, Horie H, Kumano H, Sakano Y, Suematsu H

Psychological Reports 92p.131 - 1402003-

Relations among premorbid weight, referral weight, and psychological test scores for patients with anorexia nervosa.

Miyasaka N, Yoshiuchi K, Yamanaka G, Sasaki T, Kumano H, Kuboki T

Psychological Reports 92p.67 - 742003-

Associations and interactions of age, sex, and duration of hemodialysis with compliance in uremic patients.

Takaki J, Nishi T, Shimoyama H, Inada T, Matsuyama N, Sasaki T, Kumano H, Kuboki T

Dialysis Transplant 32(1) p.12 - 162003-

Effects of effort and distress coping processes on psychophysiological and psychological stress responses.

Suzuki S, Kumano H, Sakano Y

International Journal of Psychophysiology 47p.117 - 1282003-

心療内科および神経科プライマリーケア施設における認知行動療法適用の実際.

大塚明子,形岡美穂子,村中泰子,川村有美子,鈴木伸一,熊野宏昭

行動療法研究 28p.15 - 242002-

反抗挑戦性障害(ODD)を併存した注意欠陥/多動性障害(ADHD)に対し家族療法と薬物療法を併用し改善した1例.

齊藤麻里子,佐々木直,熊野宏昭,竹内俊明,福島一成,佐藤亜貴子,児玉真澄,牛田洋一,長谷川啓三,久保木富房

心療内科 6(3) p.210 - 2162002-

心療内科入院治療を施行した不登校症例の病態特徴について-DSM(Ⅲ-R&Ⅳ)多軸評定に準じた形式での評定結果より-.

古口高志,山内祐一,熊野宏昭

心身医学 42(7) p.468 - 4742002-

化学物質過敏症における心身医学的検討.

辻内優子,熊野宏昭,吉内一浩,辻内琢也,中尾睦宏,久保木富房,岡野禎治

心身医学 42(3) p.206 - 2162002-

The effect of Qi-gong relaxation exercise on the control of type 2 diabetes mellitus: a randomized controlled trial.

Tsujiuchi T, Kumano H, Yoshiuchi K, He D, Tsujiuchi Y, Kuboki T, Suematsu H, Hirao K

Diabetes Care 25p.241 - 2422002-

Relationship between somatosensory amplification and alexithymia in a Japanese psychosomatic clinic.

Nakao M, Barsky AJ, Kumano H, Kuboki T

Psychosomatics 43p.55 - 602002-

視覚障害への心理的適応を測定する尺度 The Nottingham Adjustment Scale 日本語版の開発.

鈴鴨よしみ, 熊野宏昭, 岩谷力

心身医学 41(8) p.609 - 6182001-

外傷体験後、予期不安からパニック発作を繰り返してきた広場恐怖患者の認知行動療法.

大塚明子,熊野宏昭

行動療法研究 27p.83 - 962001-

Lateralization of the relationship between changes in NK activity and the change in the alpha wave.

Kamei T, Hata K, Toriumi Y, Otani H, Kumano H, Jimbo S

Photomedicine and Photobiology 23p.85 - 912001-

Relationship between trait anxiety, brain activity and natural killer cell activity in cancer patients: a preliminary PET study.

Tashiro M, Itoh M, Kubota K, Kumano H, Masud MM, Moser E, Arai H, Sasaki H

Psychooncology 10(6) p.541 - 5462001-

Short Interpersonal Reactions Inventory日本語短縮版(SIRI33)によるタイプC測定に関する弁別的妥当性の検討.

熊野宏昭,久保木富房,織井優貴子,福瀬達郎,平田敏樹,篠原一彦,瀬戸正弘,上里一郎,坂野雄二

心身医学 41(8) p.593 - 5992001-

中学生の自殺親和状態尺度作成の試み.

大塚明子,熊野宏昭,瀬戸正弘,上里一郎

カウンセリング研究 34(1) p.21 - 302001-

身体感覚増幅尺度日本語版の信頼性・妥当性の検討-心身症患者への臨床的応用について-.

中尾睦宏,熊野宏昭,久保木富房,Barsky AJ

心身医学 41(7) p.540 - 5472001-

摂食障害のサブタイプにおける認知的障害の程度は同じか?-認知行動理論からの検討-.

松本聰子,佐々木直,熊野宏昭,久保木富房,野村忍,坂野雄二,成尾鉄朗,野添信一

心身医学 41(7) p.530 - 5372001-

Tashiro M, Juengling FD, Reinhardt MJ, Mix M, Kumano H, Kubota K, Itoh M, Sasaki H, Nitzsche EU, Moser E

Depressive state and regional cerebral activity in cancer patients - a preliminary study.

Med Sci Monit 7(4) p.687 - 6952001-

Short Interpersonal Reactions Inventory日本語短縮版作成の試み(第2報)-33項目版への改定.

熊野宏昭,織井優貴子,山内祐一,瀬戸正弘,上里一郎,坂野雄二,宗像正徳,吉永馨,佐々木直,久保木富房

心身医学 40(6) p.447 - 4542000-

服薬コンプライアンス尺度(第2報)-心療内科における服薬コンプライアンスに関わる諸要因.

平塚祥子,熊野宏昭,片山潤,岸川幸生,菱沼隆則,山内祐一,水柿道直

薬学雑誌 120p.224 - 2292000-

服薬コンプライアンス尺度(第1報)-服薬コンプライアンス尺度の作成.

平塚祥子,熊野宏昭,片山潤,岸川幸生,菱沼隆則,山内祐一,水柿道直

薬学雑誌 120p.224 - 2292000-

赤光発光ダイオード光の前頭部への照射が末梢血中のナチュラルキラー細胞に与える効果.

亀井勉,鳥海善貴,熊野宏昭,大谷浩,安土光男,柳平雅俊,神保聖一

照明学会誌 84(11) p.851 - 8542000-

転換性障害を合併した難治性喘息の1例.

境洋二郎,江花昭一,川原健資,山本晴義,津久井要,桂戴作,熊野宏昭,久保木富房

心療内科 4p.363 - 3672000-

Use of Photic Feedback as an Adjunct Treatment in a Case of Miller Fisher Syndrome.

Kamei T, Toriumi Y, Kumano H, Fukada M, Matsumoto T

Perceptual and Moter Skills 90p.262 - 2642000-

Effect of Half the Standard Dose of Mao-Bushi-Saishin-To in Two MRSA Patients and One Decubitus Ulcer Patient.

Kamei T, Nagura S, Toriumi Y, Kumano H, Kondoh T, Tomioka H

American Journal of Chinese Medicine 28p.301 - 3042000-

The Effect a Traditional Chinese Prescription for a Case of Lung Carcinoma.

Kamei T, Kumano H, Iwata K, Nariai Y, Matsumoto T

The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine 6(6) p.557 - 5592000-

Improvement of C-Reactive Protein Levels and Body Temperature of an Elderly Patient Infected with Pseudomonas aeruginosa on Treatment with Mao-Bushi-Saishin-To.

Kamei T, Kondoh T, Nagura S, Toriumi Y, Kumano H, Tomioka H

The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine 6(3) p.235 - 2392000-

Decrease in Serum Cortisol during Yoga Exercise is Correlated with Alpha Wave Activation.

Kamei T, Toriumi Y, Kimura H, Ohno S, Kumano H, Kimura K

Perceptual and Motor Skills 90p.1027 - 10322000-

前頭部α波パルス光同調反応のnatural killer細胞への効果-脳腫瘍術後患者2例での検討.

亀井勉、山崎俊樹、熊野宏昭、森竹浩三

神経免疫研究 12p.45 - 511999-

Investigation of social influence on eating disorder tendencies and behavior among female students.

Matsumoto M, Kumano H, Sakano Y

Japanese Journal of Behavior Therapy 25p.11 - 231999-

在宅介護者のHealth Related QOLの測定.

古瀬みどり,鈴鴨よしみ,熊野宏昭

看護研究 32p.483 - 4881999-

Psychosocial Factors Associated with Peptic Ulcer in Aged Persons.

Furuse M, Kumano H, Yoshiuchi K, Yamauchi Y

Psychological Reports 85p.761 - 7691999-

Assessment of Ego State in Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia Nervosa.

Nakao M, Kumano H, Nomura S, Kuboki T, Murata K

Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica 99(5) p.385 - 3871999-

Age-Related Bone Loss: Relationship between Age Group and Regional Bone Mineral Density.

Kamei T, Aoyagi K, Matsumoto T, Ishida Y, Iwata K, Kumano H, Murakami Y, Kato Y

Tohoku Journal of Experimental Medicine 187p.141 - 1471999-

Short Interpersonal Reactions Inventory日本語短縮版作成の試み-タイプCパーソナリティ測定を中心として.

熊野宏昭,織井優貴子,鈴鴨よしみ,山内祐一,宗像正徳,吉永馨,瀬戸正弘,坂野雄二,上里一郎,久保木富房

心身医学 39p.335 - 3411999-

嫌悪状況下の心理的,生理的反応に及ぼす対処行動の効果.

鈴木伸一,熊野宏昭,坂野雄二

行動療法研究 24p.85 - 971998-

高齢のOFLX耐性の感染症3例にみられた1/2服用量の麻黄附子細辛湯投与によるCRP値改善と解熱.

亀井 勉,鳥海善貴,名倉 智,熊野宏昭,冨岡治明

和漢医薬学雑誌 15p.462 - 4631998-

SF-MPQからみた慢性疼痛の鑑別診断.

青山宏,山口真人,熊野宏昭,山内祐一,田口文人

慢性疼痛 17p.72 - 751998-

接触加熱型痛覚閾値測定システムによる慢性疼痛の評価.

山口真人,青山宏,山内祐一,水谷好成,山本光璋,田口文人,熊野宏昭

慢性疼痛 17(1) p.45 - 481998-

Influences of Long and Short-distance Driving on Alpha Waves and Natural Killer Cell Activity.

Kamei T, Kumano H, Iwata K, Yasushi M

Perceptual and Motor Skills 87p.1419 - 14231998-

ストレス対処過程におけるEffort、Distress次元が心理・生理的反応に及ぼす影響.

鈴木伸一,熊野宏昭,坂野雄二

心身医学 38p.597 - 6051998-

Psychosocial Factors Influencing the Short-term Outcome of Antithyroid Drug Therapy in Graves' Disease.

Yoshiuchi K, Kumano H, Nomura S, Yoshimura H, Ito K, Kanaji Y, Kuboki T, Suematsu H

Psychosomatic Medicine 60p.592 - 5961998-

スポーツ傷害発生における身体的・心理社会的要因について-ACL損傷の2症例-.

小西由里子,山本利春,有馬三郎,熊野宏昭,山内祐一

アスレティック・リハビリテーション 1(1) p.45 - 511998-

Autonomic Nervous Functions and Psycho-behavioral Factors on Genesis of White Coat Hypertension.

Hiraizumi T, Kumano H, Munakata M, Yoshinaga K, Taguchi F, Yamauchi Y

Japanese Journal of Psychosomatic Medicine 38(6) p.397 - 4051998-

Responses of Healthy Individuals to Ninjin-Yoei-To Extract: Enhancement of Natural Killer Cell Activity.

Kamei T, Kumano H, Beppu K, Iwata K, Masumura S

American Journal of Chinese Medicine 26(1) p.91 - 951998-

Stress and Smoking were Associated with Graves' Disease in Women, but Not in Men.

Yoshiuchi K, Kumano H, Nomura S, Yoshimura H, Ito K, Kanaji Y, Ohashi Y, Kuboki T, Suematsu H

Psychosomatic Medicine 60p.182 - 1851998-

Fatigue Mood as a Discrimination Indicator between Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia Nervosa.

Nakao M, Kumano H, Nomura S, Kuboki T, Murata K

Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica 97p.202 - 2051998-

Assessment of Patients by DSM-III-R and DSM-IV in a Japanese Psychosomatic Clinic.

Nakao M, Nomura S, Yamanaka M, Kumano H, Kuboki T

Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics 67p.43 - 491998-

ロールシャッハ・テストによる摂食障害患者の臨床像の特徴についての考察.

原田眞理,熊野宏昭,野村忍,久保木富房,末松弘行

心身医学 38(2) p.143 - 1521998-

心身症と神経症の臨床的特徴-DSM-Ⅲ-Rによる検討-.

中尾睦宏,野村忍,熊野宏昭,山中学,久保木富房

心身医学 38(1) p.47 - 541998-

Influence of Forehead Exposure to Red Photodiode Light on NK Activity.

Kamei T, Kumano H, Matsumoto T, Yasushi M, Jimbo S

Photomedicine and Photobiology 19p.145 - 1481997-

光フィードバックの繰り返し施行による生理心理学的変化.

渡辺宙子,熊野宏昭,山内祐一,藤本敏彦,安士光男

心身医学 37(8) p.575 - 5841997-

EEG-driven Photic Stimulation Effect on Plasma Cortisol and B-endorphin.

Kumano H, Horie H, Kuboki T, Suematsu H, Sato H, Yasushi M, Kamei T, Masumura S

Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback 22(3) p.193 - 2081997-

Brain Imaging of Patients Suffering from Cancer.

Tashiro M, Kamada M, Itoh M, Kumano H, Kubota K, Nakagawa Y, Fukushima T, Nakayama K, Higuchi M, Sasaki H

Journal of International Society of Life Information Science 15(2) p.408 - 4111997-

成人型アトピー性皮膚炎の心身医学的研究(第2報)-末梢血好酸球数,LDH,IgEと心理指標の検討-.

川原健資,山本晴義,江花昭一,津久井要,佐々木篤代,加藤一郎,向井秀樹,熊野宏昭

心身医学 37(7) p.503 - 5091997-

大腿四頭筋の筋疲労による筋力低下が歩容に及ぼす影響.

小西由里子,熊野宏昭,佐藤明,大森浩明

バイオメカニクス研究 1(1) p.30 - 401997-

どのようなダイエット行動が摂食障害傾向やBinge Eatingと関係しているか.

松本聰子,熊野宏昭,坂野雄二

心身医学 37(6) p.425 - 4321997-

Relationships among Type A Behavior Pattern, Job Stress, and Life Styles (2nd Report).

Suzukamo Y, Kumano H, Yamauchi Y

Japanese Journal of Psychosomatic Medicine 37(6) p.417 - 4241997-

絶食療法における自律神経機能の検討.

川原健資,山本晴義,江花昭一,津久井要,佐々木篤代,熊野宏昭,末松弘行

心身医学 37(6) p.407 - 4151997-

成人型アトピー性皮膚炎の心身医学的研究(第1報)-特に重症度・臨床経過からみた心理学的特徴の検討-.

川原健資,山本晴義,江花昭一,津久井要,佐々木篤代,加藤一郎,向井秀樹,熊野宏昭

心身医学 37(5) p.337 - 3461997-

タイプA行動パターンと職場ストレスおよび生活習慣の関連について.

鈴鴨よしみ,熊野宏昭,山内祐一

心身医学 37(5) p.327 - 3361997-

Clinical Effects of Blood Pressure Biofeedback Treatment on Hypertension by Auto-shaping.

Nakao M, Nomura S, Shimosawa T, Yoshiuchi K, Kumano H, Kuboki T, Suematsu H, Fujita T

Psychosomatic Medicine 59p.331 - 3381997-

Changes of Immunoregulatory Cells Associated with Psychological Stress and Humor.

Kamei T, Kumano H, Masumura S

Perceptual and Motor Skills 84p.1296 - 12981997-

Hemodynamic and Endocrine Responsiveness to Mental Arithmetic Task and Mirror Drawing Test in Patients with Essential Hypertension.

Yoshiuchi K, Nomura S, Ando K, Ohtake T, Shimosawa T, Kumano H, Kuboki T, Suematsu H, Fujita T

American Journal of Hypertension 10p.243 - 2491997-

白衣現象と精神ストレス負荷時昇圧反応の類似点と相違点-心理・行動特性,自律神経機能の側面から-.

平泉武志,熊野宏昭,山内祐一,宗像正徳,吉永馨,田口文人

Therapeutic Research 18(2) p.533 - 5361997-

Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Eating Disorders: Its Advantages and Shortcomings.

Kumano H, Yamauchi Y, Matsumoto S, Sakano Y, Kuboki T, Suematsu H

Japanese Journal of Psychosomatic Medicine 37(1) p.55 - 601997-

人参養栄湯により陰陽虚実のスコアの逆転とともに腫瘍マーカーの改善がみられた原発性肺癌の一症例.

亀井勉,熊野宏昭,成相泰夫,武田勇

和漢医薬学雑誌 13p.494 - 4951996-

長距離運転と短距離運転がα波とNK細胞活性に与える影響について.

亀井勉,安士光男,熊野宏昭

神経免疫研究 9(別冊) p.53 - 571996-

阪神・淡路大震災におけるストレスと漢方治療.

辻内琢也,吉内一浩,熊野宏昭,伊藤克人,赤林朗,野村忍,久保木富房,末松弘行

日本東洋心身医学研究 10(1,2) p.63 - 711996-

阪神・淡路大震災における心身医学的諸問題(II)-身体的ストレス反応を中心として.

辻内琢也,吉内一浩,嶋田洋徳,伊藤克人,赤林朗,熊野宏昭,野村忍,久保木富房,坂野雄二,末松弘行

心身医学 36(8) p.657 - 6651996-

急性ストレス障害の阪神・淡路大震災被災者に対する眼球運動による脱感作(EMD)の適用.

市井雅哉,熊野宏昭

ブリーフサイコセラピー研究 5p.53 - 681996-

Treatment of a Depressive Disorder Patient with EEG-driven Photic Stimulation.

Kumano H, Horie H, Shidara T, Kuboki T, Suematsu H, Yasushi M

Biofeedback and Self-Regulation 21p.323 - 3341996-

Whole-body Metabolic Map with Positron Emission Tomography of a Man after Running.

Fujimoto T, Itoh M, Kumano H, Tashiro M, Ido T

Lancet 348p.2661996-

心身医学的教育の現状と展望.

野村忍,久保木富房,俵里英子,熊野宏昭,大島京子,吉内一浩,中尾睦宏,末松弘行

心身医学 36(3) p.249 - 2541996-

A Study of Patients Who Died of Eating Disorders.

Kuboki T, Nomura S, Kumano H, Suematsu H

Japanese Journal of Psychosomatic Medicine 36(2) p.107 - 1131996-

心身医学に行動科学的治療研究を導入する意義.

熊野宏昭,佐々木直,堀江はるみ,久保木富房,末松弘行

心身医学 36(1) p.39 - 461996-

気管支喘息児のαリズムの変化とアレルギー関連検査値の変動との関連性についての検討.

亀井勉,木村浩,安士光男,熊野宏昭,桝村純生

神経免疫研究 8(別冊) p.59 - 631995-

心理社会的要因が非インスリン依存型糖尿病に及ぼす影響(その2)-6か月後のフォローアップデータを用いた研究-.

堀江はるみ,熊野宏昭,久保木富房,末松弘行,羽倉稜子

心身医学 35(6) p.501 - 5091995-

神経性食欲不振症の行動療法-不食型と大食型の比較-.

大林正博,櫻本美輪子,赤松えり子,佐々木直,高野晶,井出雅弘,熊野宏昭,野村忍,久保木富房,末松弘行

心身医療 7(3) p.377 - 3821995-

Exercise Tolerance Evaluated by Respiratory Gas Analysis during Treadmill Exercise Test in Panic Disorder Patients.

Kumano H, Kuboki T, Ide M, Okabe F, Suematsu H

Japanese Journal of Psychosomatic Medicine 35(8) p.671 - 6791995-

呼吸回数が心拍変動に与える影響について.

中尾睦宏,熊野宏昭,久保木富房,安士光男,高島香代子

心身医学 35(6) p.455 - 4621995-

光駆動反応によるαリズムの変化が末梢血球数に及ぼす影響.

亀井勉,安士光男,熊野宏昭,末松弘行,山崎俊樹,森竹浩三,桝村純生

神経免疫研究 7(別冊) p.153 - 1571994-

The Japanese Concept of Interdependency.

Berger D, Ono Y, Kumano H, Suematsu H

American Journal of Psychiatry 151(4) p.628 - 6291994-

新しい気分調査票の開発とその信頼性・妥当性の検討.

坂野雄二,福井知美,熊野宏昭,堀江はるみ,川原健資,山本晴義,野村忍,末松行弘

心身医学 34(8) p.629 - 6361994-

自己脳波フィードバック光駆動療法の臨床応用に関する研究(第1報)-心理・生理指標に及ぼす効果の検討-.

川原健資,山本晴義,江花昭一,津久井要,青沼忠子,佐々木篤代,熊野宏昭,安士光男

心身医学 34(7) p.581 - 5901994-

神経性食欲不振症の認知行動療法-マニュアルを用いた治療研究について-.

佐々木直, 熊野宏昭,堀江はるみ,野村忍,久保木富房,末松弘行,大林正博,櫻本美輪子

心身医学 34(2) p.175 - 1821994-

日本語版 Eating Disorder Inventory-91 の因子構造について.

志村翠,堀江はるみ,熊野宏昭,久保木富房,末松弘行,坂野雄二

行動療法研究 20(2) p.8 - 151994-

心身社会的要因が糖尿病の血糖コントロールに及ぼす影響-数量化I類による多元的な解析による-.

堀江はるみ,熊野宏昭,野村忍,久保木富房,末松弘行,羽倉稜子

心身医学 33(8) p.667 - 6741993-

心療内科におけるコンサルテーション活動について-東大心療内科における研究-.

赤松えり子,熊野宏昭,竹内香織,大林正博,蓼原学宗,松波聖冶,俵里英子,井出雅弘,野村忍,久保木富房,末松弘行

心身医学 33(8) p.675 - 6811993-

抑うつ神経症へのα波フィードバック光駆動療法の適用に関するシングルケース研究.

熊野宏昭,堀江はるみ,久保木富房,末松弘行,安士光男,斉藤聡,千々岩克,福井知美,坂野雄二

心身医学 33(8) p.651 - 6581993-

α波フィードバック光駆動療法により軽快した乗り物恐怖の1例.

中尾睦宏,熊野宏昭,堀江はるみ,野村忍,久保木富房,末松弘行,福井知美,高島香代子,坂野雄二,安士光男,坂口正三郎

心身医療 5(6) p.821 - 8241993-

α波フィードバック光駆動装置がもたらす心理学的および生理学的効果-自律訓練法との比較による検討-.

中本智恵美,熊野宏昭,堀江はるみ,野村忍,久保木富房,末松弘行,安士光男,斉藤聡,千々岩克

心身医学 33(5) p.371 - 3801993-

Irrational Beliefs and Images of Body Types in Adolescent Students and Eating Disorders Cases.

Koshikawa F, Nedate K, Kumano H, Suematsu H, Agari I

Japanese Health Psychology 2p.54 - 631993-

摂食障害の治療過程における心理的指標と身体的指標の関連についての研究(第1報).

小川志郎,大林正博,熊野宏昭,堀江はるみ,赤林朗,長瀧真理,赤松えり子,野村忍,久保木富房,末松弘行

心身医療 5(4) p.509 - 5151993-

DOI

恐慌性障害患者における空間恐怖の治療.

井出雅弘、大林正博,熊野宏昭,野村忍,久保木富房,末松弘行

心身医療 5(2) p.233 - 2381993-

Decrease of Plasma Substance P Caused by Photic Feedback.

Kamei T, Yasushi M, Chijiiwa M, Kumano H, Suematsu H, Masumura S

Photomedicine and Photobiology 14p.89 - 941992-

治療経過中著明な腹水を認めた神経性大食症の一例.

小川志郎,大林正博,松山典正,熊野宏昭,赤松えり子,野村忍,久保木富房,末松弘行

心身医療 4(7) p.832 - 8361992-

東大心療内科におけるコンサルテーション活動(1)-概要-.

大林正博,竹内香織,熊野宏昭,松波聖治,井出雅弘,野村忍,久保木富房,末松弘行

心身医療 3(4) p.550 - 5551991-

音楽療法が奏功を示した多汗症の1症例.

竹内香織,大林正博,熊野宏昭,野村忍,久保木富房,末松弘行

心身医療 3(4) p.556 - 5581991-

心療内科データベースに関する研究-第1報-.

野村忍,井出雅弘,熊野宏昭,久保木富房,末松弘行

心身医療 3(3) p.85 - 931991-

自律訓練法と循環器系反応.

野村忍,竹内香織,熊野宏昭,大林雅弘,久保木富房,末松弘行

自律訓練研究 12(1,2) p.35 - 401991-

Interrelationship between Serume Enzymes and a Low T3 in Anorexia Nervosa.

Kumano H, Kuboki T, Tawara R, Sasaki T, Nomura S, Suematsu H, Ogata E

Endocrinologia Japonica 37(4) p.583 - 5891990-

Panic Disorderにおける乳酸負荷.

大林正博,井出雅弘,熊野宏昭,津久井要,苅部千恵,野村忍,久保木富房,末松弘行

心身医療 2(6) p.894 - 9031990-

多食症に対する心理教育的アプローチ-認知行動療法的アプローチと交流分析療法を経時的に施行した二症例-.

熊野宏昭,和田迪子,長瀧真理,野村忍,久保木富房,末松弘行

交流分析研究 14(1,2) p.43 - 491990-

Panic Disorderの臨床研究.

井出雅弘,久保木富房,熊野宏昭,野村忍,末松弘行

心身医療 1(8) p.1180 - 11851989-

フィンガーペインティングを用いた心因性難聴の一例.

赤松えり子,熊野宏昭,松波聖治,高野晶,野村忍,久保木富房,末松弘行

心身医療 1(4) p.553 - 5571989-

Why are cadaveric renal transplants so hard to find in Japan? An analysis of economic and attitudinal aspects.

Ohi G, Hasegawa T, Kumano H, Kai I, Takenaga N, Taguchi Y, Saito H, Ino T

Health Policy 6(3) p.269 - 2781986-

クレゾール中毒.

熊野宏昭,黒木啓文,堤晴彦,豊岡秀訓,三井香児,西原カズヨ

月刊薬事 28(8) p.1697 - 17011986-

AUTISTIC TRAITS AFFECT NEURAL CORRELATES OF VISUOSPATIAL PERSPECTIVE TAKING

Kanayama, Yusuke;Moriguchi, Yoshiya;Oba, Kentaro;Terasawa, Yuri;Murakami, Hiroki;Mishima, Kazuo;Kumano, Hiroaki

PSYCHOSOMATIC MEDICINE 75(3) p.A165 - A1652013-2013

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The Way of Mindfulness(Have a Good Grasp on the Clinical Wisdom in Psychosomatic Medicine)

Kumano Hiroaki

Japanese Journal of Psychosomatic Medicine 52(11) p.1047 - 10522012/11-2012/11

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Effects of Cognitive Behavioral Group Therapy on Adults with Depression : A Controlled Clinical Trial(Effectiveness of Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Depression Provided by Psychologists in Japan)

ITO Daisuke;KANEKO Yui;SUYAMA Haruna;KANAYA Toshihiro;TANOUE Asuka;KOSEKI Shunsuke;KAIYA Hisanobu;KUMANO Hiroaki;SUZUKI Shin-ichi

Japanese journal of behavior therapy 38(3) p.169 - 1792012/09-2012/09

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Outline:The present article reports effects of cognitive behavioral group therapy (CBGT) on adults with depression, using a controlled clinical trial. The cognitive behavioral group therapy consisted of 12 sessions developed by psychologists, consisting of Beck's cognitive therapy and problemsolving therapy. Participants (n=10) received this treatment from a psychologist, including pharmacotherapy (treatment as usual; TAU) combined with the cognitive behavioral group therapy program (TAU+CBGT group). The other participants (n=10) received only pharmacotherapy (TAU group). The Beck Depression Inventory-II (BDI-II) which measures depression was completed by the participants at 3 times (pre-, mid-, and post) during the cognitive behavioral group therapy program. The results revealed that after the therapy, depression in the group receiving cognitive behavioral therapy with pharmacotherapy improved significantly more than in the treatment-as-usual group. These results suggest that for adults with depression, the administration of pharmacotherapy combined with cognitive behavioral group therapy managed by a psychologist may be more effective than treatment with pharmacotherapy only.

For the future development of Behavior Analysis

Kumano Hiroaki;Noguchi Miyuki;Harai Hiroaki;Okouchi Hiroto

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Behavior Analytic Intervention for Cognitive Responses in a Patient with Pnigophobia : A Case Study

TAKAHASHI Fumito;OTSUKA Akiko;KUMANO Hiroaki

Japanese journal of behavior therapy 38(1) p.23 - 332012/01-2012/01

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Outline:The present case study describes treatment given to a man in his 40s who was reported to have pnigophobia (fear of choking) and some physical symptoms such as dysphagia (difficulty in swallowing). The treatment was based on a behavior analysis of the link between his covert cognitive responses and swallowing. The results of the behavior analysis suggested that simultaneous presentation of food in his mouth and his pnigophobic cognitions elicited the dysphagia which, in turn, reinforced his avoidance behavior. The treatment included exposure to body sensations and reciprocal inhibition of the cognitive response during swallowing. The client was asked to describe his body sensations in all phases of swallowing continuously. After this intervention, the client's physical symptoms were reduced; at 1-month and 3-month follow-ups, this improvement was found to have been maintained.

Body Image Dissatisfaction and Subjective Way of Viewing the Whole Body in a Mirror

Sugiyama Fukiko;Kiire Mio;Imai Shoji;Kumano Hiroaki

Japanese Journal of Psychosomatic Medicine 54(3) p.266 - 2732014/03-2014/03

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Outline:Background : Body image dissatisfaction (BID) tendency is a diagnostic item for an eating disorder (ED) and body checking (BC) is a behavioral feature of ED. A relationship between BID and BC has been hypothesized. It has been reported that mirror exposure (ME) is an effective intervention method for improving BID and BC. In ME, the client looks at the whole body in a mirror for about 1〜2 minutes, doing as little evaluation as possible. However, the precise relationship between BID and BC has not been shown and the cognitive processing style during ME has not been clarified. The purpose of this research was to clarify the relationship between BID and BC by using questionnaire survey, and to experimentally examine the subjective way of viewing the whole body in a mirror based on the differences in BID tendency. Method : Participants were female college students (n=382 : mean age 20.0 years, SD=1.69) attending the Waseda University, in Tokyo, Japan. Participants responded to the following questionnaires : (1) Eating Attitude Test-26 Japanese version (EAT-26), (2) Body Image Dissatisfaction measure (BID measure), and (3) Body Checking Cognitions Scale Japanese version (BCCS). Seven participants (Mean age 21.7 years, SD=5.02) who consented to the participation in an experiment were divided into two groups based on their BID measure ; namely those with an average score of 59.1, +0.5 SD were included in the high BID group (H group) and the others in the normal BID group (N group). In the experiment, participants were asked to freely look at their whole body in a mirror for 5 minutes. After that, the participants responded to a questionnaire inquiring about their feelings when looking at the mirror, as well as their usual feelings about their body. Results : In EAT-26, BID measure, and BCCS, a moderate significant positive correlation was shown, respectively (r=0.412〜0.538, p<0.01). Moreover, a weak but significant positive correlation was shown in the partial correlation of BID measure and BCCS, after controlling EAT-26 score (r=0.253, p<0.01). When the numbers of body parts that H and N groups intentionally looked at were compared using a Wilcoxon rank sum correlation test, H group inclined to look at larger numbers of body parts than N group did (p=0.0692). Similarly, H group showed a significantly larger difference represented by the absolute value between the degree of usual negative feelings about the most disliked body part and negative feelings when looking at it in a mirror than N group did (p=0.0498). Considerations : The study indicated a relationship between BID and BC regardless of ED tendency. Moreover, people with strong BID experienced different feelings when they usually think of their body and when they look at their body in a mirror. It is suggested that this could be because they avoid looking at the parts of their body resulting in negative feelings in their daily life when looking in a mirror. Conclusion This study indicated a relationship between ED and BID and BC, and a possibility that people with strong BID avoid looking at the parts of their body. Therefore, it is expected that presenting ME to people with strong BID will stop avoiding their body image and improve body image overestimation (/underestimation).

Development of the Three Senses of the Selves Questionnaire and Confirmation of Its Reliability and Validity

YANAGIHARA Mamika;SHIMA Taiki;SAITO Junichi;KAWAI Tomonori;KUMANO Hiroaki

Japanese journal of behavior therapy 41(3) p.225 - 2382015/09-2015/09

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Outline:The present study aimed to develop a Three Senses of the Selves Questionnaire (TSSQ) and confirm its reliability and validity. Furthermore, the functions involved in the 3 selves were examined in order to identify more appropriate behavior classes (sets of behaviors with similar functions) than the 3 conventional behavioral processes. A new questionnaire, comprised of 33 items, was completed by college students. Exploratory factor analysis indicated that the Three Senses of the Selves Questionnaire had a 4-factor pattern: "acting actively and flexibly in the world," "conceptualized self," "distancing from private events," and "feeling the present moment." Additional structural equation modeling indicated that the 3 selves had 2 valid behavioral classes. Cronbach's α for all the factors was sufficiently high (α=.72-.83), and the questionnaire met the standards for content and convergent validity. Future studies should examine the relations between the 3 selves and other behavioral processes relevant to Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and various clinical symptoms, and develop an understanding of how these senses of the 3 selves aggravate or assuage mental pain.

Development of The Coping Assessment Questionnaire during depressive mood(CAQ-D) : examination of validity

Shinoura Tomoki;Shima Taiki;Kumano Hiroaki;Sakai Motohiro

23p.57 - 672015-2015

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Validation of the Japanese Version of the Cognitive Fusion Questionnaire : The 13-Item Content Revised Version and the 7-Item Version

SHIMA Taiki;KAWAI Tomonori;YANAGIHARA Mamika;KUMANO Hiroaki

Japanese journal of behavior therapy 42(1) p.73 - 832016/01-2016/01

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Outline:This study investigated the validation of the Japanese version of the 13-item Cognitive Fusion Questionnaire (CFQ) whose content was revised and the 7-item CFQ. Results of a survey of university students showed that the revised CFQ-13 reflects a two-factor structure, whereas the CFQ-7 reflects a one-factor structure similar to the previous study. Results of item analysis showed that treating each factor independently is appropriate. It was previously assumed that the two structures corresponded to "cognitive fusion" (Factor I) and "cognitive defusion" getting out of cognitive fusion (Factor II), respectively. However, results showed that Factor II corresponds to "a component of the function of defusion." Therefore, Factor I or the CFQ-7 is equivalent to cognitive fusion, and Factor II is appropriate to measure a part of defusion that is "the discrimination of self and thought." Moreover, the CFQ-13 requires an additional and different validation strategy by investigating the relationship with overt behavioral measurements in future studies.

The One-Month Survey about Individual Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Anxiety Disorders to Apply for the National Health Insurance Scheme in Japan

Shimizu Eiji;Sasaki Tsukasa;Kumano Hiroaki;Kaiya Hisanobu;Kuboki Tomifusa

Anxiety Disord Res 4(1) p.44 - 592013-2013

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The Relationship between Attentional Function and Stuttering Severity in Adults who Stutter

Haitani Tomosumi;Kumano Hiroaki

The Japan Journal of Logopedics and Phoniatrics 57(2) p.217 - 2262016-2016

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Outline:Recently, it has been demonstrated that children who stutter (CWS) have attentional difficulties. But little is known about attentional function in adults who stutter (AWS). Two groups of 17 AWS and 18 adults who do not stutter (AWNS) participated in the present study. We aimed to confirm (1) whether AWS also show attentional difficulties like CWS and (2) how attentional function relates to stuttering severity in AWS. Results indicated that AWS and AWNS showed similar levels of attentional function, but those who tended to react faster and more incorrectly to the experimental task showed worse stuttering severity. This outcome suggests that cognitive strategies non-specific to speech production can influence stuttering severity. We discussed intervention for the attentional function in AWS.

High-level Post-traumatic Stress Symptoms of the Residents in Fukushima Temporary Housing : Bio-psycho-social Impacts by Nuclear Power Plant Disaster

Tsujiuchi Takuya;Komaki Kumiko;Iwagaki Takahiro;Masuda Kazutaka;Yamaguchi Maya;Fukuda Chikako;Ishikawa Noriko;Mochida Ryuhei;Kojima Takaya;Negayama Koichi;Ogihara Atsushi;Kumano Hiroaki

Japanese Journal of Psychosomatic Medicine 56(7) p.723 - 7362016-2016

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Outline:Backgrounds : Fukushima nuclear power plant disaster occurred following the Great East Japan Earthquake on March 11, 2011. It bears comparison with the incident in Chernobyl in 1986 in the degree of radiological contamination to the surrounding environment. 164,218 residents were displaced losing their home-land by this serious incident, of which 97,321 were relocated to other regions within the Fukushima prefecture, and 57,135 residents were relocated to other prefectures. The evacuees from Fukushima can be considered the largest number of 'internally displaced persons' or 'domestic refugees' in Japan after the world war two. Objective : This study investigated the scale of post-traumatic stress (PTS) symptoms in the evacuees as of two years after the Fukushima nuclear power plant disaster. It also tried to identify the impact of bio-psycho-social factors related to PTS symptoms. Samples and methods : Questionnaire survey was conducted by Waseda University and Japan Broadcasting Corporation (NHK). 2,425 households living at temporary housings within Fukushima prefecture were asked to answer the Impact of Event Scale-Revised (IES-R) and the self-report questionnaires that we generated in order to evaluate the damage by the disaster in relation to several bio-psycho-social factors in refugee lives. There were 745 replies (the cooperation rate ; 30.7%), of which 661 were analyzed. Besides, multiple logistic regression analysis was performed to examine several bio-psycho-social factors as predictors for probable PTSD. Results : High level PTS symptoms were found. The mean score of IES-R was 34.20±20.56, and 62.56% were over 24/25 cut-off point determined as broadly defined PTSD which means high-risk presence of probable PTSD. The significant differences by chi-square test of high-risk subjects were found among economic difficulty (p=.000), concerns about compensation (p=.000), lost jobs (p=.023), unsatisfying housing (p=.025), unsatisfying environment around temporary housing (p=.000), having chronic disease (p=.003), aggravation of chronic disease (p=.000), affection of new disease (p=.000), lack of necessary information (p=.000), family split-up (p=.031), and lack of acquaintance support (p=.000). By the result of multiple logistic regression analysis, the significant predictors of probable PTSD were economic difficulty (OR : 2.34, 95%CI : 1.30-4.24), concerns about compensation (OR : 4.16, 95%CI 1.26-13.76), aggravation of chronic disease (OR : 2.94, 95%CI : 1.63-5.30), affection of new disease (OR : 2.20, 95%CI : 1.21-3.99), and lack of acquaintance support (OR : 1.92, 95%CI : 1.07-3.42). Conclusion : The findings revealed that there is a high-risk presence of probable PTSD strongly related to a number of bio-psycho-social factors due to the nuclear power plant disaster and its consequent evacuation. Our findings underscore the specific characteristics of the nuclear disaster as man-made disaster. Since the socio-economic problems such as compensation and reparation have not been solved, it is suggested that prolonged uncertainty regarding the insufficient salvation of the evacuees might account for the high-level PTS symptoms.

Relation between Post-Event Processing (PEP) and Attentional Control Functions: With Developing the Functional Recall Vantage Perspective Scale during PEP

Tomita Nozomi;Imai Shoji;Yamaguchi Maya;Kumano Hiroaki

Anxiety Disorder Research 8(1) p.12 - 212016-2016

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Post-Event Processing (PEP) is defined that ruminating about anxiety-evoking social events; it is a key factor contributing to social anxiety. Although previous studies have shown that rumination and worry similar to PEP in terms of repetitive thinking style are related to attentional control functions, the relevance of PEP and attentional control functions has not been clarified. Moreover, no instrument has been developed to measure the observer's perspective during PEP. We investigated the relation between the PEP of an experimental social situation and attentional control functions with developing the Functional Recall Vantage Perspective Scale during PEP. Undergraduate students completed several questionnaires and a cognitive task measuring their attentional control functions. They then participated in a speech task. The following day, we measured the PEP of the speech task and conducted a correlation analysis between the PEP scores and the attentional control function scores. The results indicated that the Observer–Avoidance perspective subscale of the Functional Recall Vantage Perspective Scale can measure the observer's perspective of PEP. Furthermore, they also showed that negative PEP and the Observer–Avoidance perspective are negatively correlated with selective attentional control functions. Therefore, to decrease PEP in particular, focusing on selective attention may be beneficial.

Updating of Fear Memories by Behavioral Interventions during Memory Reconsolidation

Nitta Yusuke;Takahashi Toru;Kumano Hiroaki

Anxiety Disorder Research 8(1) p.58 - 662016-2016

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Extinction training establishes extinction learning and, thus, inhibits conditioned fear responses. However, fear responses may return because extinction learning cannot affect memory trace that is the origin of fear. Exposure therapy, which is based on the extinction learning paradigm, is used to treat anxiety disorders. Relapses of anxiety disorders after exposure therapy have also been reported. Consequently, treatments, which can prevent the return of fear responses, are needed. Recently, a mechanism known as memory reconsolidation has been receiving much attention. Consolidated memory traces are destabilized after they have been retrieved. Those memory traces are stabilized again by means of the reconsolidation process. During reconsolidation, retrieved fear memory can be updated. Furthermore, recent studies have shown that extinction training during reconsolidation updates fear memory and prevents the return of fear responses. Further studies are required to determine the effects of reconsolidation interventions on anxiety disorders.

Social Factors Affecting Psychological Stress of the Evacuees Out of Fukushima Prefecture by the Cause of Nuclear Accident after the Great East Japan Earthquake

Yamaguchi Maya;Tsujiuchi Takuya;Masuda Kazutaka;Iwagaki Takahiro;Ishikawa Noriko;Fukuda Chikako;Hirata Shuzo;Inomata Tadashi;Negayama Koichi;Kojima Takaya;Ogihara Atsushi;Kumano Hiroaki

Japanese Journal of Psychosomatic Medicine 56(8) p.819 - 8322016-2016

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Backgrounds : This study reports the results of a questionnaire survey conducted in the households consisting of inhabitants of Fukushima Prefecture who have evacuated to Saitama Prefecture or Tokyo Metropolis at one and two years after the Great East Japan Earthquake. The Great East Japan Earthquake in 2011 has been expanded to the nuclear power plant disaster. Consequently, approximately 56,920 inhabitants of Fukushima evacuated to other prefectures as of March 2013. This consequence sets the 2011 earthquake apart from previous natural disasters. Method : This survey was conducted by "Earthquake and human sciences project" of Waseda University and Shinsai Shien Network Saitama. Psychological stress of the evacuees (2,011 households in 2012 ; 1,875 households in Saitama and 2,393 households in Tokyo in 2013) were examined one year and two years after the disaster respectively. The questionnaire also contained such items as severity of housing destruction, Tsunami affection, worries about livelihood sustainability etc. In this study, psychological stress was measured using the Stress Response Scale-18 (SRS-18). Results : The results revealed that the stress reaction level of the evacuees from Fukushima Prefecture living in other prefectures is still "somewhat higher" despite two years passed since the disaster. A chi-square test was used to determine psychosocial factors influencing stress reactions. Results of the survey in 2012 revealed that anxiety about living costs or joblessness influenced stress reactions in men, whereas damaged houses, personal relationships, and compensation problems related to the nuclear power plant influenced stress reactions in women. However, according to the results of the 2013 survey, difficult economic conditions, aggravated health conditions, negative labeling as an evacuee, and dissatisfaction with relationships with family and neighbors influenced stress reactions in both men and women. Conclusion : The results revealed that the psychological stress is strongly related to several social factors ; economic conditions, health status, family and community relationships, and dwelling environments. By the comparison between first year result and second year result, the causes of stressors have been changed from the damage of earthquake disaster itself into the circumstances of shelter life over time. Therefore, the work in cooperation among medicine, clinical psychology, social welfare, and legal support is necessary in order to obtain mental health recovery.

Relationships between Individual Social Capital and Mental Health in Elderly People who Left the Prefecture Due to the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant Disaster

Iwagaki Takahiro;Tsujiuchi Takuya;Masuda Kazutaka;Komaki Kumiko;Fukuda Chikako;Mochida Ryuhei;Ishikawa Noriko;Akano Yamato;Yamaguchi Maya;Inomata Tadashi;Negayama Koichi;Kojima Takaya;Kumano Hiroaki;Ogihara Atsushi

Japanese Journal of Psychosomatic Medicine 57(2) p.173 - 1842017-2017

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Background : As of March 2014, three years after the Fukushima nuclear power plant disaster, 58,624 residents were relocated to other regions within the Fukushima prefecture, and 47,683 residents were relocated to other prefectures. Attenuation of human relationships due to the disruption of regional ties nurtured in the past heightens stress. This highlights the need to create a new community focused on establishing ties with neighbors. Among evacuees, providing support for elderly adults suffering from a decline in physical functioning and a deteriorating mental health is necessary. Objective : This study investigated the relationship between individual social capital and mental health in elderly adults, specifically focusing on the role of social capital in reconstruction after the earthquake. Methods : A self-report questionnaire was conducted at Waseda University and Shinsai Shien Network, Saitama. Evacuees from Fukushima prefecture (n=3,599) who lived in Saitama prefecture and Tokyo were asked to complete the Stress Response Scale-18 comprising questions related to social capital with cognitive and structural indicators. There were 772 replies (response rate=21.5%) and 229 respondents were analyzed. In addition, a multiple logistic regression analysis was performed to examine the relationship between social capital and mental health in elderly adults. Results : The group with low confidence in neighbors relative to the group with high confidence in neighbors had a 5.192 times higher chance of being in the high-stress group (95%CI=1.042-25.865). In addition, the group with lower confidence in acquiring their neighbors assistance if a disaster occurred again, had a 2.172 times higher chance of being in the high-stress group (95%CI=1.051-4.487). Furthermore, people who have never participated in regional activities (e.g., hobbies, sports, entertainment, etc.) had a 3.112 times higher chance of being high-stressed relative to the group who participated two or three times (95%CI=1.059-9.150). Finally, the group that never greeted neighbors had a 3.317 times higher chance of being high-stressed relative to the group that had five or more greeted neighbors (95%CI=1.177-9.346). Conclusion : Lower social-capital cognitive indicators such as "trusting one's neighbors" and "helping one's neighbors" were correlated with higher stress levels. Therefore, elderly adults can presumably maintain good mental health by developing a neighborhood relationship and building mutual trust. Furthermore, lower social-capital structural indicators such as "number of greeted neighbors" and "participation frequency in regional activities" were correlated with higher stress levels. It is important to encourage social participation of evacuees and provide them with support.

Development of the Acceptance Process Questionnaire and Confirming Its Reliability and Validity

Shima Taiki;Kawai Tomonori;Yanagihara Mamika;Ouchi Yuko;Saito Junichi;Iwata Ayaka;Honda Hikari;Kumano Hiroaki

Japanese Journal of Behavior Therapy 43(1) p.1 - 132017-2017

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The present study aimed to develop a questionnaire to measure acceptance, a behavioral process that is emphasized in the third-wave cognitive and behavioral therapies, and to confirm its reliability and validity. Undergraduate and graduate students completed questionnaires. The results of a factor analysis indicated that the new 13-item questionnaire, the Acceptance Process Questionnaire (APQ), had a 4-factor pattern. The middle- or long-term results factors were "expanding behavioral repertoire" and "being receptive to the real world". The behavioral content factors were "making a choice not to avoid private events" and "stopping reactions". The questionnaire had adequate structural validity and internal consistency. Additionally, it is assumed that the Acceptance Process Questionnaire measures acceptance on the entire scale. However, more refinement is needed concerning convergent validity and test-retest reliability. Future research should aim to increase the workability of the questionnaire by confirming its test-retest reliability with a larger sample and by indicating the relation between questionnaire scores and behavioral tendencies in real-life.

In-situ real-time monitoring of volatile organic compound exposure and heart rate variability for patients with multiple chemical sensitivity

Mizukoshi, Atsushi; Mizukoshi, Atsushi; Kumagai, Kazukiyo; Yamamoto, Naomichi; Noguchi, Miyuki; Yoshiuchi, Kazuhiro; Kumano, Hiroaki; Kumano, Hiroaki; Sakabe, Kou; Yanagisawa, Yukio

International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 12(10) p.12446 - 124652015/10-2015/10

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Outline:© 2015 by the authors; licensee MDPI, Basel, Switzerland. In-situ real-time monitoring of volatile organic compound (VOC) exposure and heart rate variability (HRV) were conducted for eight multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS) patients using a VOC monitor, a Holter monitor, and a time-activity questionnaire for 24 h to identify the relationship between VOC exposure, biological effects, and subjective symptoms in actual life. The results revealed no significantly different parameters for averaged values such as VOC concentration, HF (high frequency), and LF (low frequency) to HF ratio compared with previous data from healthy subjects (Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2010, 7, 4127–4138). Significant negative correlations for four subjects were observed between HF and amounts of VOC change. These results suggest that some patients show inhibition of parasympathetic activities along with VOC exposure as observed in healthy subjects. Comparing the parameters during subjective symptoms and normal condition, VOC concentration and/or VOC change were high except for one subject. HF values were low for five subjects during subjective symptoms. Examining the time-series data for VOC exposure and HF of each subject showed that the subjective symptoms, VOC exposure, and HF seemed well related in some symptoms. Based on these characteristics, prevention measures of symptoms for each subject may be proposed.

High prevalence of post-traumatic stress symptoms in relation to social factors in affected population one year after the Fukushima nuclear disaster

Tsujiuchi, Takuya; Tsujiuchi, Takuya; Tsujiuchi, Takuya; Yamaguchi, Maya; Masuda, Kazutaka; Masuda, Kazutaka; Tsuchida, Marisa; Tsuchida, Marisa; Inomata, Tadashi; Inomata, Tadashi; Kumano, Hiroaki; Kumano, Hiroaki; Kikuchi, Yasushi; Kikuchi, Yasushi; Augusterfer, Eugene F.; Mollica, Richard F.; Mollica, Richard F.

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Outline:© 2016 Tsujiuchi et al. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.Objective: This study investigated post-traumatic stress symptoms in relation to the population affected by the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster, one year after the disaster. Additionally, we investigated social factors, such as forced displacement, which we hypothesize contributed to the high prevalence of post-traumatic stress. Finally, we report of written narratives that were collected from the impacted population. Design and Settings: Using the Impact of Event Scale-Revised (IES-R), questionnaires were sent to 2,011 households of those displaced from Fukushima prefecture living temporarily in Saitama prefecture. Of the 490 replies; 350 met the criteria for inclusion in the study. Multiple logistic regression analysis was performed to examine several characteristics and variables of social factors as predictors of probable post-traumatic stress disorder, PTSD. Results: The mean score of IES-R was 36.15±21.55, with 59.4% having scores of 30 or higher, thus indicating a probable PTSD. No significant differences in percentages of high-risk subjects were found among sex, age, evacuation area, housing damages, tsunami affected, family split-up, and acquaintance support. By the result of multiple logistic regression analysis, the significant predictors of probable PTSD were chronic physical diseases (OR = 1.97), chronic mental diseases (OR = 6.25), worries about livelihood (OR = 2.27), lost jobs (OR = 1.71), lost social ties (OR = 2.27), and concerns about compensation (OR = 3.74). Conclusion: Although there are limitations in assuming a diagnosis of PTSD based on self-report IES-R, our findings indicate that there was a high-risk of PTSD strongly related to the nuclear disaster and its consequent evacuation and displacement. Therefore, recovery efforts must focus not only on medical and psychological treatment alone, but also on social and economic issues related to the displacement, as well.

The relationship between attentional function and stuttering severity in adults who stutter

Haitani, Tomosumi; Kumano, Hiroaki

Japan Journal of Logopedics and Phoniatrics 57(2) p.217 - 2262016/01-2016/01

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Outline:Recently, it has been demonstrated that children who stutter (CWS) have attentional difficulties. But little is known about attentional function in adults who stutter (AWS). Two groups of 17 AWS and 18 adults who do not stutter (AWNS) participated in the present study. We aimed to confirm (1) whether AWS also show attentional difficulties like CWS and (2) how attentional function relates to stuttering severity in AWS. Results indicated that AWS and AWNS showed similar levels of attentional function, but those who tended to react faster and more incorrectly to the experimental task showed worse stuttering severity. This outcome suggests that cognitive strategies non-specific to speech production can influence stuttering severity. We discussed intervention for the attentional function in AWS.

Prediction of mind-wandering with electroencephalogram and non-linear regression modeling

Kawashima, Issaku; Kumano, Hiroaki

Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 112017/07-2017/07

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Outline:© 2017 Kawashima and Kumano. Mind-wandering (MW), task-unrelated thought, has been examined by researchers in an increasing number of articles using models to predict whether subjects are in MW, using numerous physiological variables. However, these models are not applicable in general situations. Moreover, they output only binary classification. The current study suggests that the combination of electroencephalogram (EEG) variables and non-linear regression modeling can be a good indicator of MW intensity. We recorded EEGs of 50 subjects during the performance of a Sustained Attention to Response Task, including a thought sampling probe that inquired the focus of attention. We calculated the power and coherence value and prepared 35 patterns of variable combinations and applied Support Vector machine Regression (SVR) to them. Finally, we chose four SVR models: two of them non-linear models and the others linear models; two of the four models are composed of a limited number of electrodes to satisfy model usefulness. Examination using the held-out data indicated that all models had robust predictive precision and provided significantly better estimations than a linear regression model using single electrode EEG variables. Furthermore, in limited electrode condition, non-linear SVR model showed significantly better precision than linear SVR model. The method proposed in this study helps investigations into MW in various little-examined situations. Further, by measuring MW with a high temporal resolution EEG, unclear aspects of MW, such as time series variation, are expected to be revealed. Furthermore, our suggestion that a few electrodes can also predict MW contributes to the development of neuro-feedback studies.

Books And Publication

ストレスに負けない!心のストレッチ-はじめてのマインドフルネス.

熊野宏昭

NHK出版2017-2017

実践!マインドフルネス-今この瞬間に気づき青空を感じるレッス.

熊野宏昭,富田望, 樋沼友子, 荒木美乃里, 黒田彩加

サンガ2016-2016

新世代の認知行動療法.

熊野宏昭

日本評論社2012-2012

マインドフルネスそしてACTへ-二十一世紀の自分探しプロジェクト.

熊野宏昭

星和書店2011-2011

二十一世紀の自分探しプロジェクト-キャラの檻から出て、街に出かけよう.

熊野宏昭

サンガ2009-2009

ストレスに負けない生活-心・身体・脳のセルフケア.

熊野宏昭

筑摩書房2007-2007

Research Grants & Projects

Grant-in-aids for Scientific Research Adoption Situation

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Development of a questionnaire for diagnosis of MCS/SHS in Japan

2007-2008

Allocation Class:¥4680000

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Signal processing and interpretation of physical activity time series

2003-2005

Allocation Class:¥11700000

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Limbic Brain Hypometabolism in Patients Having Cancer : A PET Study

1998-1999

Allocation Class:¥3200000

On-campus Research System

Special Research Project

うつ病の病態維持に関る前頭葉機能異常と注意制御機能訓練の治療効果

2012

Research Results Outline: 本研究の進捗状況としては、注意訓練(Attention Training; ATT)課題、効果の評価課題、光トポグラフィ(NIRS)と機能性核磁気共 本研究の進捗状況としては、注意訓練(Attention Training; ATT)課題、効果の評価課題、光トポグラフィ(NIRS)と機能性核磁気共鳴画像(fMRI)のそれぞれを用いた実験のプロトコールを作成し、予備的検討を続けてきた。また、本研... 本研究の進捗状況としては、注意訓練(Attention Training; ATT)課題、効果の評価課題、光トポグラフィ(NIRS)と機能性核磁気共鳴画像(fMRI)のそれぞれを用いた実験のプロトコールを作成し、予備的検討を続けてきた。また、本研究の基礎になる観点を総説論文の形にまとめ、『心身相関医学の最新知識』に発表した。 ATT課題では、音源を複数用意し、研究従事者及び大学院生に聞き取りやすさ等を調査し、適切な音源を作成した。また、予備実験として、大学生を対象とした介入実験を行った。実験は、統制期間10日間、介入期間10日間とし、ATTを行う前には心理教育を実施した。介入期間には被験者にホームワークを課し、ATTを1日15分行うように伝えた。そして、ATTを行った時間・場所・周囲の状況・集中度・雑念が浮かんだ時の対処法の記入も求めた。結果は、抑うつには効果はみられなかったものの、反芻には有意な改善がみられた。抑うつに効果がみられなかったことに関しては、介入期間の短さや、元々の抑うつの低さが原因として考えられた。 NIRS用の評価課題としては、注意制御機能の3 つのコンポーネント(注意の選択、転換、分割)の測定が可能となる両耳分離聴課題を作成している。作成に当たっては、研究従事者及び大学院生に課題の難易度、聴覚刺激の聞き取りやすさ等に関する意見を求め、修正を繰り返している。fMRI用の評価課題としては、脳機能レベルで両耳分離聴課題(上記とは別課題)、PASATを、行動レベルでEmotional Distraction課題を作成した。後者については、情動刺激を選定し、プログラムの改良と予備実験を繰り返している。両耳分離聴課題とPASATについては、fMRIを用いた予備実験を5名実施した結果に基づいて課題を改良し、再度、課題やプロトコールの評価のために予備実験を10名について実施することを予定している。現在、6名実施し、結果の整理、分析を随時実施している。 以上の成果を踏まえて提出した研究計画が、平成25年~27年度の基盤研究(C)に採択されたので、予備実験の結果を踏まえてこれから本実験に取り掛かる予定である。

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Cognitive Behavioral Case formulation(Psychological Assessment)School of Human Sciences2018spring semester
Human Science of Eastern Medicine (Donated Course by Ibuka Masaru Fund)School of Human Sciences2018fall semester
Behavioral MedicineSchool of Human Sciences2018fall semester
Seminar I (Behavioral Medicine)School of Human Sciences2018spring semester
Seminar II (Behavioral Medicine)School of Human Sciences2018fall semester
Essential Medicine in Health Science and Social WelfareSchool of Human Sciences2018fall semester
Behavioral Medicine 01School of Human Sciences (Correspondence Course)2018fall semester
Behavior medicine AGraduate School of Human Sciences2018spring semester
Behavior medicine BGraduate School of Human Sciences2018fall semester
Behavior medicine(1) AGraduate School of Human Sciences2018spring semester
Behavior medicine(1) BGraduate School of Human Sciences2018fall semester
Behavior medicine(2) AGraduate School of Human Sciences2018spring semester
Behavior medicine(2) BGraduate School of Human Sciences2018fall semester
Testing and Measurement in Clinical PsychologI(Theory and Practice of Psychological Assessment)Graduate School of Human Sciences2018spring semester
Clinical Psychology Exercise I(Advanced Practical Training in Psychology)AGraduate School of Human Sciences2018spring semester
Clinical Psychology Exercise I(Advanced Practical Training in Psychology)AGraduate School of Human Sciences2018spring semester
Clinical Psychology Exercise I(Advanced Practical Training in Psychology)BGraduate School of Human Sciences2018fall semester
Clinical Psychology Exercise I(Advanced Practical Training in Psychology)BGraduate School of Human Sciences2018fall semester
Clinical Psychology Exercise IIAGraduate School of Human Sciences2018spring semester
Clinical Psychology Exercise IIAGraduate School of Human Sciences2018spring semester
Clinical Psychology Exercise IIBGraduate School of Human Sciences2018fall semester
Clinical Psychology Exercise IIBGraduate School of Human Sciences2018fall semester
Advanced Practical Training in Psychology VIIAGraduate School of Human Sciences2018spring semester
Advanced Practical Training in Psychology VIIAGraduate School of Human Sciences2018spring semester
Advanced Practical Training in Psychology VIIBGraduate School of Human Sciences2018fall semester
Advanced Practical Training in Psychology VIIBGraduate School of Human Sciences2018fall semester
The Practice and Science of MindfulnessGraduate School of Human Sciences2018an intensive course(spring)
Behavior medicine(D) AGraduate School of Human Sciences2018spring semester
Behavior medicine(D) BGraduate School of Human Sciences2018fall semester
Brain Sciences for beginningGlobal Education Center2018spring

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