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KANEKO, Hitoshi
 
Organization
Psychological Support & Research Center for Human Development Psychological Development and Family Division Professor
Graduate School
Graduate School of Education and Human Development
Title
Professor
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Degree 1

  1. 博士(教育学) ( 2002.3   名古屋大学 ) 

Research Areas 1

  1. Others / Others  / Clinical Psychology

Current Research Project and SDGs 2

  1. 妊娠産褥期のメンタルヘルス

  2. 青年期のメンタルヘルスにおける国際比較

Education 1

  1. Nagoya University   Graduate school of Education

    - 2002.3

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    Country: Japan

Professional Memberships 4

  1. 日本心理学会

  2. 日本心理臨床学会

  3. 日本児童青年精神医学会

  4. 日本乳幼児医学・心理学会

 

Papers 77

  1. Adolescent mental health in Japan and Russia: The role of body image, bullying victimisation and school environment Reviewed International coauthorship

    Xiao Zhang, Helena R. Slobodskaya, Hitoshi Kaneko

    International Journal of Psychology     2023.9

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    DOI: http://doi.org/10.1002/ijop.12947

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  2. 乳児への歌いかけと母親の育児自己効力感およびボンディングとの関連ー歌いかけへの評価に注目してー Reviewed

    諸岡由依, 小花和 Wright 尚子, 金子一史

    家族心理学研究   Vol. 36 ( 2 ) page: 143 - 154   2023.3

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  3. A comparison of child and adolescent psychiatry in the Far East, the Middle East, and Southeast Europe Reviewed International coauthorship

    Martine Stecher Nielsen, Carolyn E. Clausen, Tomoya Hirota, Hojka Kumperscak, Anthony Guerrero, Hitoshi Kaneko, Norbert Skokauskas

    ASIA-PACIFIC PSYCHIATRY     2021.10

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    Introduction Despite the high proportion of children and adolescents living in low- and middle-income countries, 95% of all specialized child and adolescent mental health resources are located in high-income countries. To strengthen child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS), first it is necessary to complete an assessment of the available services and training programs to determine what is needed, particularly in regions with young populations, such as Southeast Europe, the Far East, and the Middle East. The aim of this article is to compare the status of child and adolescent psychiatry (CAP) training programs and the workforce in CAMHS in three geographical regions, to identify similar problems, highlight success stories, and to make recommendations for future studies. Methods This study compared CAP training programs and CAMHS workforce using the World Psychiatric Association, CAP Section's regional studies data. Results This study included data from 44 countries: 18 countries in the Far East, 15 countries in the Middle East, and 11 countries in Southeast Europe. There were significant differences both within, and between, the three included regions with regards to availability and infrastructure of CAP training programs. Besides Greece, all included countries reported the need for more child and adolescent psychiatrists and allied child and adolescent mental health professionals. Discussion There is an urgent need for more qualified child and adolescent psychiatrists and allied professionals in a very large group of countries in three different geographic regions with great differences in religion, culture, and economy.

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  4. Nonsuicidal self-injury risk factors among adolescents in Japan: A population-based study Reviewed International coauthorship

    Shoko Hamada, Hitoshi Kaneko, Masayoshi Ogura, Lauri Sillanmäki, Andre Sourander

    Social Behavior and Personality   Vol. 49 ( 2 )   2021.2

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    DOI: https://doi.org/10.2224/sbp.9601

  5. Early risk factors for postpartum depression: A longitudinal Japanese population -based study Reviewed International coauthorship

    Mami Nakano, Andre Sourander, Terhi Luntamo, Roshan Chudal, Norbert Skokauskas, Hitoshi Kaneko

    Journal of Affective Disorders   Vol. 269   page: 148 - 153   2020.5

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  6. The factors related to maternal bonding in the pregnancy period Reviewed

    Nakano Mami, Fukaya Mami, Sakiyama Miho, Morooka Yui, Takahashi Yuichiro, Hattori Ritsuko, Kaneko Hitoshi

    The Annals of the Hokkaido Psychological Society   Vol. 42 ( 0 ) page: 1 - 8   2020.3

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    <p>Maternal bonding, the emotional tie between a mother awith postnatal bonding. However, little is known about thestudy aimed to investigate these factors. This study includegestational age of 18.9 weeks. Multiple regression analysisstatus (<i>β</i> = -0.18, <i>p</i> < .05) are associated with maternalimportance of identifying mothers with depression and pooimpaired maternal bonding after delivery.</p>

    DOI: 10.20654/hps.42.0_1

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  7. Parental Risk Factors among Children with Reactive Attachment Disorder Referred to Specialized Services: A Nationwide Population-Based Study. Reviewed International coauthorship

    Upadhyaya S, Chudal R, Luntamo T, Sinkkonen J, Hinkka-Yli-Salomäki S, Kaneko H, Sourander A

    Child psychiatry and human development   Vol. 50 ( 4 ) page: 546 - 556   2019.8

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    DOI: 10.1007/s10578-018-00861-6

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  8. Risk factors for impaired maternal bonding when infants are 3 months old: a longitudinal population based study from Japan. Reviewed International coauthorship

    Nakano M, Upadhyaya S, Chudal R, Skokauskas N, Luntamo T, Sourander A, Kaneko H

    BMC psychiatry   Vol. 19 ( 1 ) page: 87   2019.3

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    DOI: 10.1186/s12888-019-2068-9

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  9. Cross-cultural, population-based study on adolescent body image andeating distress in Japan and Finland Reviewed International coauthorship

    Junko Maezono, Shoko Hamada, Lauri Sillanmaki, Hitoshi Kaneko, Masayoshi Ogura, Lotta Lempinen, Andre Sourander

    SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY   Vol. 60 ( 1 ) page: 67 - 76   2019.2

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    This cross-sectional population-based survey compares the prevalence of self-reported body image and eating distress symptoms among adolescents in Japan and Finland, and associations between emotional/behavioral problems, body image and eating distress from a cross-cultural perspective. The study included 1,840 Japanese and 1,135 Finnish 8th grade students. The self-reported questionnaire included the Body Image and Eating Distress Scale and Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire (SDQ). The female adolescents from both Finland and Japan reported much greater dissatisfaction with, and concern about, their bodies than the males and Japanese females expressed even higher distress than Finnish females. High levels of body image and eating distress were associated with psychiatric problems measured with the SDQ. There was a significant three-way interaction effect of body image and eating distress, gender and country with SDQ peer problems and prosocial behavior.

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  10. Child and adolescent psychiatry in the Far East: A 5-year follow up on the Consortium on Academic Child and Adolescent Psychiatry in the Far East (CACAP-FE) study

    Hirota T., Guerrero A., Sartorius N., Fung D., Leventhal B., Ong S.H., Kaneko H., Apinuntavech S., Bennett A., Bhoomikumar J., Cheon K.A., Davaasuren O., Gau S., Hall B., Koren E., van Nguyen T., Oo T., Tan S., Tateno M., Thikeo M., Wiguna T., Wong M., Zheng Y., Skokauskas N.

    Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences   Vol. 73 ( 2 ) page: 84 - 89   2019.2

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    Aim: Data pertaining to child and adolescent psychiatry (CAP) training systems are limited as extant research has mostly been derived from one-time data collection. This 5-year follow-up survey collects updated information on CAP training systems in the Far East, allowing for the tracking of system changes over the past 5 years. Methods: Data were obtained from 18 countries, or functionally self-governing areas, in the Far East, 17 of which were also included in the original study. An online questionnaire was completed by leading CAP professionals in each country. Questions were expanded in the present study to capture the contents of CAP training. Results: When compared to data from the original study, there has been progress in CAP training systems in the last 5 years. Specifically, there has been an increase in the number of countries with CAP training programs and national guidelines for the training. In addition, the number of CAP departments/divisions affiliated with academic institutions/universities has increased. Findings from 12 of 18 countries in the present study provide data on clinical contents. All informants of the present study reported the need for more child and adolescent psychiatrists and allied professionals. Conclusion: Despite progress in CAP training systems over the last 5 years, the need for more professionals in child and adolescent mental health care in all the relevant areas in this region have yet to be adequately addressed. Continued national efforts and international collaborations are imperative to developing and sustaining new CAP training systems while facilitating improvements in existing programs.

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  11. Association between bullying behavior, perceived school safety, and self-cutting: a Japanese population-based school survey Reviewed

    Shoko Hamada, Hitoshi Kaneko, Masayoshi Ogura, Aya Yamawaki, Junko Maezono, Lauri Sillanmaki, Andre Sourander, Shuji Honjo

    CHILD AND ADOLESCENT MENTAL HEALTH   Vol. 23 ( 3 ) page: 141 - 147   2018.9

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    BackgroundNo previous population-based studies have examined associations between self-cutting, perceived school safety, and bullying behavior among East Asian adolescents.MethodWe examined whether bullying, victimization, and perceived school safety were associated with self-cutting by getting 1865 students with a mean age of 13.9years (standard deviation 0.2years) to complete questions on these variables. Psychiatric problems were assessed with the Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire.ResultsAbout 5.6% of males and 11.9% females had practiced self-cutting and when we controlled these results for psychiatric symptoms, self-cutting was associated with being both a bully and a victim among males and females. In addition, self-cutting was independently associated with perceived school safety among females. Those who felt unsafe at school and were victimized were much more likely to engage in self-cutting.ConclusionsSelf-cutting among Japanese adolescents was linked with bullying behavior and feeling unsafe at school. Secure school environments and school-based antibullying programs could help to prevent adolescent self-injurious behavior.

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  12. The report of the survey on the usage of the social networking service and internet addiction tendency among high school students.

    Shoko HAMADA, Hitoshi KANEKO, Masayoshi OGURA, Takahiro OKAYASU

    Meiji University Journal of Psycho-Sociology   ( 13 ) page: 91 - 100   2018.3

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  13. Unmet needs of child and adolescent psychiatrists among Asian and European countries: does the Human Development Index (HDI) count? Reviewed

    Andre Sourander, Roshan Chudal, Norbert Skokauskas, Ahmed Malallah Al-Ansari, Anat Brunstein Klomek, Chanvit Pornnoppadol, Gerasimos Kolaitis, Junko Maezono, Hans-Cristoph Steinhausen, Helena Slobodskaya, Hitoshi Kaneko, Jaya Regmee, Liping Li, Mai Huong Nguyen, Meytal Grimland, Olga Osokina, Say How Ong, Samir Kumar Praharaj, Sigita Lesinskienė, Sturla Fossum, Tjhin Wiguna, Valentina A. Makasheva, Venla Lehti

    European Child and Adolescent Psychiatry   Vol. 27 ( 1 ) page: 5 - 8   2018.1

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  14. How Should the Study Findings of Psychological Crisis be Utilized for Clinical Practice?:The Link Between Research and the Clinical Field

    KANEKO HITOSHI, KUBOTA YUKI, SHIBATA KAZUMASA, HIWATASHI TAKANORI, OGURA MASAYOSHI, WATANABE YAYOI

    The Annual Report of Educational Psychology in Japan   Vol. 57 ( 0 ) page: 243 - 249   2018

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  15. 妊娠期間中と産後のボンディング Invited

    金子一史

    精神科診断学   Vol. 10 ( 1 ) page: 15 - 21   2017.6

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  16. 高校生のインターネットのソーシャルネットワーキングサービス利用とインターネット依存傾向に関する調査報告

    濱田 祥子, 金子 一史, 小倉 正義

    明治大学心理社会学研究   Vol. 13   page: 91 - 100   2017

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  17. Association Between Bullying Behavior, School Safety, and Self-Cutting: A Japanese Population-Based School Survey Reviewed

    Hamada S, Kaneko H, Ogura M, Yamawaki A, Maezono J, Sillanmäki L, Sourander A, & Honjo S.

    Child and Adolescent Mental Health     page: DOI: 10.1111/camh.12200   2016

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  18. Child and adolescent psychiatry in the Far East Reviewed

    Tomoya Hirota, Anthony Guerrero, Norman Sartorius, Daniel Fung, Bennett Leventhal, Say How Ong, Hitoshi Kaneko, Bungnyun Kim, Soo-Churl Cho, Norbert Skokauskas

    PSYCHIATRY AND CLINICAL NEUROSCIENCES   Vol. 69 ( 3 ) page: 171 - 177   2015.3

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    AimDespite the general consensus on the importance of youth mental health, the scarcity of child and adolescent mental health services is prominent all over the world. Child and adolescent psychiatry (CAP) postgraduate training can play a pivotal role in increasing access to youth mental health services. In comparison to Europe and North America, however, little is reported regarding CAP training in the Far East, one of the most dynamic and rapidly developing world regions with a very young population. This paper presents an original study on the current status of academic child and adolescent psychiatry training across the Far East.
    MethodsWe collected data from 17 countries in the Far East using an internally distributed questionnaire to the Consortium members invited for this study, consisting of leading academic child and adolescent psychiatrists in each country.
    ResultsBased on informants' input, we found an overall underdevelopment of CAP postgraduate training systems despite CAP's recognition as a subspecialty in 12 of 17 of the nations or functionally self-governing areas in the Far East. Paucity of official guidelines for CAP training was also evident. All informants reported a need for additional child and adolescent mental health professionals.
    ConclusionThere seems to be several obstacles to the development of CAP postgraduate training in the Far East, including stigma towards mental health issues and lack of funding. International collaboration is desired to develop evidence-based and culture-tailored CAP training systems.

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  19. The Psychometric Properties and Factor Structure of the Postpartum Bonding Questionnaire in Japanese Mothers Reviewed

    Kaneko H. & Honjo S.

    Psychology   Vol. 5 ( 9 ) page: 1135-1142   2014.6

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  20. Child Welfare in Japan: Children's Care Homes and Mental Health Reviewed

    Yoshikawa T. Kaneko H., & Nomura K.

    Adolescent Psychiatry   Vol. 4   page: 233-241   2014

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  21. Neuroimaging markers for the prediction of treatment response to Methylphenidate in ADHD Reviewed

    Norbert Skokauskas, Kaneko Hitoshi, Honjo Shuji, Thomas Frodl

    EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PAEDIATRIC NEUROLOGY   Vol. 17 ( 6 ) page: 543 - 551   2013.11

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    Background: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is one of the most prevalent mental disorders of childhood, which often continues into adulthood. Methylphenidate is one the most commonly used medication to treat ADHD, however up to 30% of patients do not respond to it.Aims: This paper aims to review studies, which employed neuroimaging to predict treatment response to Methylphenidate in ADHD.Methods: Systematic literature searches were performed using several databases. Selected articles had to describe an original study that identified neuroimaging markers for the prediction of treatment response to Methylphenidate in ADHD.Results: Eighty-three articles were found, of which twelve were selected for the present review. Several neuroimaging markers to predict response to MPH were suggested including DAT status, size of medial prefrontal cortex and corpus callosum.Conclusion: Some promising findings have been identified and they should motivate additional work to establish more reliable neuroimaging markers of treatment response to MPH in ADHD. (C) 2013 European Paediatric Neurology Society. Published by Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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  22. The frequency of Internet use among the female junior high school students and the association between Internet addiction and mental health problems

    YAMAWAKI Aya, OGURA Masayoshi, HAMADA Shoko, HONJO Shuji, KANEKO Hitoshi

      Vol. 59   page: 53 - 60   2012

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    This study aimed to examine the frequency of Internet use in female junior high school students. Further, we examined the association between Internet addiction (IA) and mental health problems such as eating problems and self-injurious behavior experiences (self-cutting). The participants were 310 female junior high school students (mean age: 13.9 years), who were required to complete the Japanese Internet Addiction Test (JIAT), and scales on eating problems and self-injurious behavior experiences (self-cutting). Approximately 60% of the participants used the Internet once a week or more. Moreover they often used moving images among other Internet application software. As a result of t-test the high-IA group showed the higher tendency of mental health problems than the low-IA group. Our findings suggest that female junior high school students were familiar with the Internet. The Internet might be a risk factor in aspects of mental health problems. These associations might be influenced by the interpersonal relationship styles of high-IA people.

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  23. Prefrontal overactivation, autonomic arousal, and task performance under evaluative pressure: A near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) study Reviewed

    Hiroyuki Ito, Hoshiko Yamauchi, Hitoshi Kaneko, Toru Yoshikawa, Kenji Nomura, Shuji Honjo

    PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY   Vol. 48 ( 11 ) page: 1562 - 1570   2011.11

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    To study the mechanism underlying the influence of psychological pressure on task performance, we investigated the relationship between prefrontal activation, autonomic arousal, and performance in an n-back working memory task with 3 load levels (l-, 2-, and 3-back tasks) under evaluative pressure. The tasks were performed by 32 university students with or without evaluative observation by experimenters. The error rate and prefrontal activation were found to increase with pressure only in the highest load task (3-back). In contrast, autonomic arousal increased with pressure regardless of the task condition. Correlation analysis showed a positive correlation of the error rate with prefrontal activation in the 3-back task and no consistent correlation with autonomic arousal. We concluded that the inhibitory effect of evaluative pressure on task performance is mediated by prefrontal overactivation rather than autonomic arousal.

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  24. Hemodynamic changes in the prefrontal cortex activation during digit span test: A near-infrared spectroscopy study Reviewed

    Neuropsychobiology   Vol. 63 ( 2 ) page: 59-65   2011

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  25. 産後うつ病の母親と乳児の相互作用中における脳血流量の測定 ―近赤外線分光法を用いた検討―

    金子一史・山本博子・吉川徹・伊藤大幸・野邑健二・本城秀次

    明治安田こころの健康財団  研究助成論文集     page: 1-7   2011

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  26. 愛着形成について

    金子一史・野邑健二・本城秀次

    小児内科   Vol. 43   page: 824-828   2011

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  27. 高機能広汎性発達障害児の母親の抑うつについて Reviewed

    野邑健二・金子一史・本城秀次・吉川徹・石川美都里・松岡弥玲辻井正次

    小児の精神と神経   Vol. 50   page: 259-267   2010

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  28. 親の精神障害が児の早期発達に及ぼす影響

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    精神科治療学   Vol. 24 ( 5 ) page: 569-574   2009

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    本論では,養育者の精神障害が児の早期発達にどのような影響を及ぼすのかについて,特に母子相互作用に焦点を当てて検討した.産後の精神障害の中でも頻度が高い産後うつ病について取り上げ,父親と乳児の相互作用について検討した.次に,統合失調症を取り上げ,母親から乳児への情緒的絆(bonding)について述べた.最後に最近注目されている胎児プログラミング仮説について紹介した.学内協同研究である.

  29. 高校生の自傷行為の特徴-行為ごとの経験率と自傷行為前後の感情に着目して- Reviewed

    濱田祥子・村瀬聡美・大高一則・金子一史・吉住隆弘・本城秀次

    児童青年精神医学とその近接領域   Vol. 50   page: 504-516   2009

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  30. Association of Nervous Habits and Stereotyped Behaviors with Anxiety and Depression in Japanese Primary School Children Reviewed

    Hamada, S., Murase, S., Kaneko, H., Honjo, S.

    Japanese Journal of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry   Vol. 50 ( supplement ) page: 14-22   2009

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  31. Self- Preoccupation as a Mediator between Parental Experiences in Childhood and Subsequent Depressive Mood State among Non-Clinical Japanese Undergraduates Reviewed

    Oba, M., Murase, S., Kaneko, H., Honjo, S

    Japanese Journal of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry   Vol. 50 ( supplement ) page: 1-13   2009

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  32. 育児不安および育児ストレスに関する最近の研究動向

    周産期医学   Vol. 38   page: 591-596   2008

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  33. Forward and backward memory span assessment in Japanese children diagnosed with attention defficit and hyperactivity disorder, autisitic disorder, and Asperger's disorder. Reviewed

    Muraru, O., Honjo, S., Murase, S., Kaneko, H., Nomura, K., Ishii, T., Koishi, S., Zhang, S., Ozaki N.

    Japanese Journal of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry   Vol. 49 ( supplement ) page: 1-8   2008

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  34. 近遠赤外線酸素モニター装置を用いた認知課題遂行中の脳活動性測定に関する”注意欠陥多動性障害”を対象にした研究

    吉川徹・石川直子・オアナムラル・金子一史・野邑健二本城秀次

    明治安田こころの健康財団  研究助成論文集   Vol. * ( * ) page: 81-87   2008

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  35. 1歳半の幼児を持つ家族の父-母-子の3者相互作用検討の試み(Ⅱ)-夫婦の愛情関係の観点から- Reviewed

    乳幼児医学・心理学研究   Vol. 17   page: 93-102   2008

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  36. 母親の抑うつと母親から子どもへの愛着に関する縦断研究-妊娠中期から産後1ヵ月まで-児童青年精神医学とその近接領域 Reviewed

    金子一史・野邑健二・田中伸明・瀬地山葉矢・高橋靖子村瀬聡美・本城秀次

    児童青年精神医学とその近接領域   Vol. 49   page: 497-508   2008

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  37. 乳幼児精神医学の最近の動向

    金子一史・本城秀次

    臨床精神医学   Vol. 36 ( 5 ) page: 547-550   2007

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  38. 一歳半の幼児を持つ家族の父-母-子三者相互作用の検討の試み-CPICS(Child-Parent's Interaction Coding System) Reviewed

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    乳幼児医学・心理学研究   Vol. 16   page: 43-51   2007

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  39. Might the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children-Third edition (WISC-Ⅲ)Support the Differential Diagnosis between Pervarice Developmental Disorder(PDD)and Attention-Dificit/Hyperactivity Disorder(ADHD)? Reviewed

    Japanese Journal of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry   Vol. 48 ( supplement ) page: 31-42   2007

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  40. Factor analysis of the WISC-3 in a Japnese pervasive developmental disorders group Reviewed

    Zhang Suhan, Kaneko Hitoshi, Ishii Takashi, Koishi Seiji, Nomura Kenji, Murase Satomi, Muraru Oana, Honjo Shuji, Hashimoto Ohiko, Ozaki Norio

    Japanese Journal of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry   Vol. 48 ( suppl. ) page: 22-30   2007

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  41. 母親の防衛スタイルと虐待的行為の関係 Reviewed

    中谷奈美子・金子一史・村瀬聡美・本城秀次

    心理臨床学研究   Vol. 25   page: 675-686   2007

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  42. 低出生体重児、奇形児を出生した親の心理と対応

    瀬地山葉矢・金子一史・石原美智恵・小林佐知子・本城秀次

    総合病院精神医学   Vol. 19   page: 145-150   2007

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  43. 妊娠と愛着をめぐって

    金子一史

    こころの科学   Vol. 134   page: 31-36   2007

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  44. Application of the Revised Infant Temperament Quesionnnaire for evaluating temparament in the Japanese infant

    Sasaki Y, Muzuno R, Murase S, Honjo S

    Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences   Vol. 60   page: 9-17   2006

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  45. Correlations for Adolescent Resilience Scale with Big Five Personarity Traits Reviewed

    Nakaya Motoyuki, Oshio Atsushi, & Kaneko Hitoshi

    Psychological Reports   Vol. 98   page: 927-930   2006

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  46. A psychotherapeutic approach to a case of syndrome of periodic ACTH and ADH discharge Reviewed

    Kaneko Hitoshi, Honjo Shuji, Murase Satomi, Nomura Kenji, Ogawa Shiori

    Japanese Journal of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry   Vol. 47 ( Supplement ) page: 50-56   2006

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    The syndrome of periodic ACTH and ADH discharge is a condition involving periodic and frequent vomiting, hypertension, depression, or attacks of somnolence of unknown etiology repeated over long periods in the absence of organic lesions, characterized by episodic discharge of adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH) and antidiuretic hormone (ADH). Research on this disorder to date has centered on the evaluation of biological mechanisms, largely neglecting the association of psychological factors. This paper reports on the therapy of a girl aged 4 years and 7 months at first visit diagnosed with this syndrome. The psychotherapeutic approach led to elimination of symptoms after various pharmacological measures had proven ineffective. Therapy for the mother and child revealed marital discord behind onset of the child's symptoms and alleviation of symptoms paralleling resolution of the conflict, supporting relevance of accounting for the psychological factors in treating this syndrome.

  47. 指しゃぶり・爪かみ・性器いじり

    金子一史

    こころの科学   Vol. 130   page: 68-72   2006

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  48. 子どもの自殺、自殺企画に関連する諸要因の検討-児童青年精神科外来患者を対象にして-

    村瀬聡美,本状秀次,金子一史,野邑健二

    平成17年カシオ科学振興財団年報     page: 102-103   2005

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  49. Transient eating disorder in early childhood: A case report

    Honjo Shuji, Sasaki Yasuko, Murase Satomi, Kaneko Hitoshi, Nomura Kenji

    European Child & Adloscent Psychiatry   Vol. 14 ( 1 ) page: 52-54   2005

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  50. 就学前教育に対する側面からの支援-巡回相談- こころの科学

    金子一史

    日本評論社   Vol. 124   page: 30-34   2005

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  51. The clinical character istics of serious adolescent suicide-attampters in Japan

    Nurase Satomi, Ochiai Shisei, Ueyama Masashi, Honjo Shuji, Kaneko Hitoshi, Arai Shiori, Murakami Takashi, Nomura Kenji, Hashimoro Ohiko, Ohta Tatuo

    Japanese Journal of Child and Adoloscent Psychiatry and Allied professions   Vol. 46 ( supplement ) page: 16-24   2005

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  52. 妊娠期における父親・母親の抑うつと胎児への愛着との関連

    荻野聡子,村瀬聡美,金子一史,荒井紫織,佐々木靖子,瀬地山葉矢,石原美智恵,本状秀次

    児童青年精神医学とその近接領域   Vol. 47   page: 29-37   2005

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  53. *周産期精神医学における乳児の役割

    金子一史、本状秀次

    臨床精神医学   Vol. 33   page: 997-1002   2004

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  54. Hullucinatiory Experiences in a Community Sample of Japanese Children

    Yoshizumi Takahiro, Murase Satomi, Honjo Shuji, Kaneko Hitoshi, Murakami Takashi

    Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolesccent Psychiatry   Vol. 43   page: 1030-1036   2004

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  55. 産後うつ病が子どもの認知的、情緒的発達に与える影響-母子相互作用への効果的な介入をめざして-研究助成論文集

    村瀬聡美,大場実保子,岡田香織,金子一史,瀬地山葉矢,本状秀次

    明治安田こころの健康財団   Vol. 40   page: 124-131   2004

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  56. *母親から子どもへの愛着形成-心理社会的検討

    金子一史、本城秀次、村瀬聡美、野邑健二

    小児科臨床   Vol. 57   page: 1273-1279   2004

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  57. 乳幼児からの家族支援

    本城秀次,村瀬聡美,金子一史、荒井紫織,橋本大彦,野邑健二

    精神神経学雑誌   Vol. 106   page: 602-607   2004

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  58. 愛着Adult Attachment Interview

    瀬地山葉矢,佐々木靖子,金子一史,村瀬聡美,本状秀次

    精神科診断学   Vol. 14   page: 19-28   2003

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  59. Study on feeling of school avoidance, depression, and character tendencies among general junior hish school students

    Honjo Shuji, Sasaki Yasuko, Kaneko Hitoshi, Tachibana Kota, Nusase Satomi, Ishii Takashi, Nishide Yumie, Nishide Takanori

    Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences     page: 464-471   2003

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  60. Antenatal depression and maternal fetal attachment. Psychopathology

    psychopathology   Vol. 36   page: 304-311   2003

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  61. 妊娠産褥期のメンタルヘルスと妊産婦研究

    金子一史・本城秀次・村瀬聡美・氏家達夫・瀬地山葉矢・佐々木靖子・荒井紫織・石原美智恵・畠垣智恵・稲垣恵理・三輪紀久子・笛吹素子・田中奈美子・小林佐知子・雑賀美希子・溝口美鈴・内藤和代・上杉春香・野邑健二

    心理臨床ー名古屋大学心理発達相談室紀要   Vol. 19   page: 15-20   2003

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  62. 周産期におけるメンタルヘルス

    現代医学   Vol. 51   page: 29-33   2003

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  63. 自己関係づけと対人恐怖心性・抑うつ・登校拒否傾向との関連

    性格心理学研究   Vol. 12   page: 1-12   2003

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  64. Construct Validity of Adolescent Resilience Scale

    Psychological Reports   Vol. 93   page: 1217-1222   2003

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  65. 子どもの遊戯療法

    精神科   Vol. 3 ( 4 ) page: 397-399   2003

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  66. 産後うつ病の母親とBonding形成の障害の関連

    精神科診断学   Vol. 13   2003

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  67. Temperament of Low Birth Weight Infants and Child-Rearing Stress: Comparison with full-term healthy infants

      Vol. 172   page: 65-75   2002

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  68. 音楽療法の心理的作用に関する一考察 -心理的ストレス反応尺度を用いて-

    臨床精神医学   Vol. 31   page: 79-86   2002

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  69. 妊娠期の母親のメンタルヘルスが母子関係に与える影響について-母親愛着および抑うつの視点からの検討-

    研究助成論文集 / 安田生命社会事業団   Vol. 37   page: 39-46   2002

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  70. 妄想的観念および妄想に関する研究の概観

    名古屋大学大学院教育発達科学研究科紀要(心理発達科学)   Vol. 48   page: 163-174   2002

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  71. ネガティブな出来事からの立ち直りを導く心理的特性-精神的回復力尺度の作成-

    カウンセリング研究   Vol. 35   page: 57-65   2002

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  72. 妊娠初期の抑うつがマタニティーブルーおよび母親愛着の及ぼす影響について

    本城秀次、金子一史、猪子香代、板倉敦夫

    平成13年カシオ科学振興財団年報     page: 92-93   2001

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  73. School refusal and depression with school inattendance in children and adolescents

    Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences   Vol. 55   page: 629-634   2001

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  74. 妊婦の胎児に対する愛着と抑うつに関する研究

    第7回明治生命「健康文化」研究助成論文集     page: 105-111   2001

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  75. 乳幼児精神医学はどこまで進んだか こころの科学

    金子一史,本城秀次

    日本評論社     page: 33-38   2000

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  76. 青年期心性としての自己関係づけ

    教育心理学研究   Vol. 48   page: 473-480   2000

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  77. 被害妄想的心性と他者意識および自己意識との関連について

    性格心理学研究   Vol. 8   page: 12-22   1999

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  1. モンゴル国における知能検査法の開発

    永田雅子・野邑健二・名古屋大学心の発達支援研究実践センター( Role: Joint editor)

    明石書店  2022.3  ( ISBN:978-4-7503-5383-8

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    Total pages:177   Responsible for pages:54-66   Language:Japanese

  2. 医療心理臨床実践 : 「こころ」と「からだ」「いのち」を支える

    森田美弥子, 金子一史( Role: Joint editor)

    ナカニシヤ出版  2021.7 

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  3. こころの危機への心理学的アプローチ : 個人・コミュニティ・社会の観点から

    河野 荘子, 金子 一史, 清河 幸子, 窪田 由紀, 森田 美弥子, 氏家 達夫( Role: Joint editor)

    金剛出版  2019  ( ISBN:9784772417020

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  4. 児童青年精神医学における心理査定 臨床児童青年精神医学ハンドブック

    金子 一史( Role: Contributor)

    西村書店  2016 

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    Responsible for pages:42–53   Language:Japanese

  5. 学習障害 小学生 学習が気になる子どもを支える

    金子 一史( Role: Contributor)

    明石書店  2016 

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  6. 妊産婦のメンタルヘルスと子どもの心の発達 臨床児童青年精神医学ハンドブック

    金子 一史( Role: Contributor ,  臨床児童青年精神医学ハンドブック)

    西村書店  2016 

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  7. 心理臨床における多職種との連携と協働ーつなぎ手としての心理士をめざして

    本城秀次・河野荘子・永田雅子・金子一史( Role: Joint author)

    岩崎学術出版  2015.4 

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  8. 心理臨床における多職種との連携と協働ーつなぎ手としての心理士をめざして

    本城秀次, 河野荘子, 永田雅子, 金子一史( Role: Joint editor)

    岩崎学術出版  2015.4  ( ISBN:9784753310890

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  9. 臨床実践概論 児童福祉領域 臨床心理学実践の基礎その2 —心理面接の基礎から臨床実践まで—

    金子 一史( Role: Contributor)

    2015 

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  10. 臨床心理学実践の基礎その1 —基本的姿勢からインテーク面接まで—

    森田 美弥子, 金子 一史, 金井 篤子, 松本 真理子( Role: Joint editor)

    ナカニシヤ出版  2014  ( ISBN:9784779508738

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  11. 教育と学びの心理学・障害児の学びを支える

    永田雅子,金子一史( Role: Joint author)

    名古屋大学出版会  2013.4 

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  12. 障害児の学びを支える 教育と学びの心理学

    永田雅子, 金子一史( Role: Contributor)

    名古屋大学出版会  2013.4 

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    Responsible for pages:250-264   Language:Japanese

  13. Infrared Spectroscopy - Life and Biomedical Sciences

    Kaneko H, Yoshikawa T, Ito H, Nomura K, Okada T & Honjo S( Role: Joint author)

    InTech,  2012.4  ( ISBN:978-953-51-0538-1

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  14. Infrared Spectroscopy - Life and Biomedical Sciences

    Kaneko H, Yoshikawa T, Ito H, Nomura K, Okada T, Honjo S( Role: Contributor)

    InTech,  2012.4  ( ISBN:9789535105381

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  15. 子どもの臨床心理アセスメントー子ども・家族・学校支援のために

    ( Role: Joint author)

    金剛出版  2010 

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  16. 第2章 面接法によるアセスメントの方法子どもの臨床心理アセスメント-家庭と学校支援のための実践ハンドブック

    ( Role: Joint author)

    金剛出版  2010 

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  17. 乳幼児精神医学

    金子一史・本城秀次( Role: Joint author)

    シナジー出版  2010 

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  18. 第3章検査法によるアセスメントの方法子どもの臨床心理アセスメント-家庭と学校支援のための実践ハンドブック

    金子一史( Role: Joint author)

    金剛出版  2010 

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  19. 諸検査に現れる認知的個性 知能検査WISC-Ⅲ 田中ビネーⅤワードマップ・認知的個性-教育支援に生かす

    金子一史( Role: Sole author)

    新曜社  2010 

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  20. 母親の抑うつのアセスメント

    金子一史( Role: Joint author)

    金剛出版  2010 

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  21. 乳幼児精神医学 脳と心のプライマリーケア 第4巻 子どもの発達と行動

    金子一史, 本城秀次( Role: Contributor)

    シナジー出版  2010 

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    Responsible for pages:344-350   Language:Japanese

  22. 諸検査に現れる認知的個性 知能検査WISC-Ⅲ 田中ビネーⅤワードマップ・認知的個性-教育支援に生かす

    金子一史( Role: Contributor)

    新曜社  2010 

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    Responsible for pages:224-230   Language:Japanese

  23. *子どもの発達と情緒の障害―事例からみる児童精神医学の臨床

    ( Role: Joint author)

    岩崎学術出版社  2009 

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  24. よくわかるこどもの精神保健

    ( Role: Joint author)

    ミネルヴァ書房  2009 

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  25. *母子の心理・社会学―助産学講座第4巻・基礎助産学4

    ( Role: Joint author)

    医学書院  2008 

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  26. *臨床心理査定研究セミナー

    ( Role: Joint author)

    至文堂  2007 

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  27. 青年期の精神障害の評価について 児童自立支援計画研究会(編) 子ども・家族への支援計画を立てるために-子ども自立支援計画ガイドライン-

    金子一史( Role: Sole author)

    日本児童福祉協議会  2005 

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  28. 妊婦および褥期のメンタルヘルス テキスト母性看護

    金子一史,後藤節子,森田せつ子,久納智子,濱松加寸子(編)( Role: Joint author)

    名古屋大学出版会  2004 

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  29. 精神発達の評価 精神保健

    金子一史,若林慎一郎,本城秀次(編)( Role: Joint author)

    ミネルヴァ書房  2001 

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  30. 児童期のメンタルヘルス メンタルヘルス事典

    本城秀次,金子一史,上里一郎,末松弘行,田畑治,西村良二,丹羽真一(編)( Role: Joint author)

    同朋社  1999 

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  1. 習癖の問題と周囲の関わり方 Invited

    金子一史

    教育と医学   Vol. 807   page: 512-517   2021.11

  2. 妊娠期における母親から子どもへのボンディングの関連要因

    中野 まみ, 深谷 麻未, 崎山 美穂, 諸岡 由依, 高橋 雄一郎, 服部 律子, 金子 一史

    北海道心理学研究   Vol. 41 ( 0 ) page: 59 - 59   2019

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  3. ボンディング障害のリスク要因に関する縦断研究―妊娠初期から産後2年までの質問紙調査と面接調査―

    中野まみ, 深谷麻未, 崎山美穂, 諸岡由依, 高橋雄一郎, 服部律子, 金子一史

    明治安田こころの健康財団研究助成論文集   ( 53 ) page: 62‐68   2018.10

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    J-GLOBAL

  4. How Should the Study Findings of Psychological Crisis be Utilized for Clinical Practice?:The Link Between Research and the Clinical Field

    KANEKO HITOSHI, KUBOTA YUKI, SHIBATA KAZUMASA, HIWATASHI TAKANORI, OGURA MASAYOSHI, WATANABE YAYOI

    The Annual Report of Educational Psychology in Japan   Vol. 57 ( 0 ) page: 243 - 249   2018

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    DOI: 10.5926/arepj.57.243

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  5. 子どものクセの背景にあるもの 子どもの習癖異常に関連する心理的要因および環境要因―家族の雰囲気および養育態度との関連

    金子一史

    児童心理   Vol. 71 ( 15 ) page: 030‐035   2017.10

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  6. Bullying and self-cutting among Japanese adolescents

    Shoko Hamada, Masayoshi Ogura, Aya Yamawaki, Shuji Honjo, Andre Sourander, Hitoshi Kaneko

    EUROPEAN CHILD & ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY   Vol. 22   page: S225 - S226   2013.7

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    Web of Science

  7. ネットいじめを考える (特集 子どもと思春期の暴力 : その現実と対応) -- (家庭・地域における暴力)

    小倉 正義, 金子 一史

    子どもの心と学校臨床 = Japanese journal of school counseling   ( 8 ) page: 60 - 70   2013.2

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  8. 産後うつ病の母親と乳児の相互作用中における脳血流量の測定―近赤外線分光法を用いた検討―

    金子一史, 山本博子, 吉川徹, 伊藤大幸, 野邑健二, 本城秀次

    明治安田こころの健康財団研究助成論文集   ( 46 ) page: 1 - 7   2011.10

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  9. Behavioral attributes of female Japanese junior high school students who have experienced self-injurious behavior and who have eating problems

    Shoko Hamada, Masayoshi Ogura, Aya Yamawaki, Shuji Honjo, Andre Sourander, Hitoshi Kaneko

    EUROPEAN CHILD & ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY   Vol. 20 ( 1 ) page: S165 - S165   2011.6

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  10. Factors associated with mother-child bonding relative to postpartum depression and relationships with parents as recollected

    Asuka Fukuoka, Kohei Wada, Hitoshi Kaneko, Kenji Nomura, Chie Hatagaki, Shuji Honjo

    EUROPEAN CHILD & ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY   Vol. 20 ( 1 ) page: S179 - S179   2011.6

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  11. The frequency of Internet use in Japanese female junior high school students and the association between Internet addiction and mental health problems

    Aya Yamawaki, Masayoshi Ogura, Shoko Hamada, Shuji Honjo, Andre Sourander, Hitoshi Kaneko

    EUROPEAN CHILD & ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY   Vol. 20 ( 1 ) page: S161 - S161   2011.6

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  12. Study on ijime among female Japanese junior high school students-traditional bullying and cyberbullying

    Masayoshi Ogura, Shoko Hamada, Aya Yamawaki, Shuji Honjo, Andre Sourander, Hitoshi Kaneko

    EUROPEAN CHILD & ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY   Vol. 20 ( 1 ) page: S165 - S166   2011.6

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  13. Relationship between maternal attachment during pregnancy and maternal separation anxiety 30 months after childbirth

    Kouhei Wada, Asuka Fukuoka, Hitoshi Kaneko, Kenji Nomura, Chie Hatagaki, Shuji Honjo

    EUROPEAN CHILD & ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY   Vol. 20 ( 1 ) page: S180 - S181   2011.6

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  14. 家族心理教育

    金子 一史

    日本心理臨床学会(編)心理臨床学事典     2011

  15. A Study on Feelings of School Avoidance and the Personality Characteristics of Junior High School Students Exhibiting School Refusal-through Comparison of Actual and Latent School Refusers

    OGURA Masayoshi, NOMURA Kenji, HONJO Shuji, USUI Motoko, TANAKA Yuko, MURASE Satomi, KANEKO Hitoshi, HATAGAKI Chie, ISHII Takashi

    Japanese journal of child and adolescent psychiatry.   Vol. 51   page: 1 - 10   2010.12

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  16. Postpartum bonding and depressive symptoms in Japanese mothers at 4 months after parturition: A population-based study

    H. Kaneko, S. Honjo

    INFANT MENTAL HEALTH JOURNAL   Vol. 31 ( 3 ) page: 292 - 292   2010

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  1. 周産期におけるメンタルヘルスーボンディング障害について Invited

    金子一史

    第9回胎児学研究会 

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    Presentation type:Oral presentation (invited, special)  

  2. 新版K式発達検査2001と遠城寺式・乳幼児分析的発達検査との関連ー自閉症児を対象とした発達指数の検討ー

    大西彩奈・金子一史・河村雄一

    東海心理学会第70回大会  2021.7.17 

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    Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

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  1. 妊娠期の母親のメンタルヘルスが母子関係に与える影響について-母親愛着および抑うつの視点からの検討

    2001

    安田生命社会事業団 

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  2. 心的外傷からの回復プロセス-レジリエンス(精神的弾力性)の適応促進機能に関する研究

    2001

    財団法人東海学術奨励会 

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KAKENHI (Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research) 10

  1. ボンディング障害の解明ー児童虐待の予防に向けた妊娠期からの追跡研究

    Grant number:23K02981  2023.4 - 2026.3

    科学研究費助成事業  基盤研究(C)

    金子 一史

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    Grant amount:\4810000 ( Direct Cost: \3700000 、 Indirect Cost:\1110000 )

  2. 子育て期の家族のメンタルヘルスに着目した支援とソーシャルキャピタルのあり方の検討

    2020.4 - 2024.4

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  3. Postpartum depression of mothers and fathers in Japan

    Grant number:16K12092  2016.4 - 2019.3

    Yamamoto Hiroe

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    Postpartum depression is a serious problem for new parents in Japan. The aims of this study were 1) to investigate whether there were any differences between father’s and mother’s postpartum depression symptoms and to see their evolution from 1 month to 6 months after their child’s birth; 2) to develop the Japanese version of the Edinburgh Postpartum Depression Scale Partner (EPDS-P-J).
    The sample included 350 parents (199 mother’s and 151 father’s) of healthy babies. At 1, (T1), 3, (T2) and 6 months (T3) postpartum, both parents filled out the Edinburgh Postpartum Depression Scale (EPDS), the Postpartum Depression Predictors Inventory-Revised (PDPI-R-J), Patient Health Questionaire 9-J,their demographic data and EPDS-P-J.
    We found postpartum depression in 20% of mothers and fathers, and that the percentage of mothers with PPD decreased from T1 to T3 but increased in fathers. EPDS-P-J was found to be a very effective screening tool.

  4. The rerated factors and the mechanism of the Internet addiction

    Grant number:16K04355  2016.4 - 2019.3

    Kaneko Hitoshi

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    Grant amount:\4550000 ( Direct Cost: \3500000 、 Indirect Cost:\1050000 )

    This study examined features of emotion regulation, social interaction anxiety, and affiliation motives of Japanese adolescents who are and are not addicted to the internet. The participants were 701 Japanese adolescents with mean age of 16.9 (S.D. 0.83). The participants were asked to complete a questionnaire packet which included following scales; The time spend on SNS and internet besides SNS in a day, Internet Addiction Test (Young, 1998), Difficulties in Emotion Regulation Scale (Gratz & Roemer, 2004), Scales on Affiliation Motives (Sugiura, 2000), and Social Interaction Anxiety scale (Mattick & Clarke, 1998). The participants were classified as addicted (4.9%), possibly addicted (63.5%), and non-addicted (31.5%) . Those who were possibly addicted were found to spend more time on social media than did non-addicted participants. Moreover, addicted participants scored higher with respect to difficulties in emotion regulation, social interaction anxiety, and sensitivity to rejection.

  5. Parent child interaction: using near infrared spectroscopy

    Grant number:24730578  2012.4 - 2016.3

    Kaneko Hitoshi

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    Grant amount:\4160000 ( Direct Cost: \3200000 、 Indirect Cost:\960000 )

    This study investigated hemodynamic activation in the cerebral cortex by using near infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) during mother infant interaction. We had to redesign the protocol, as there were difficulties with the interaction task. Additionally, there were problems with the NIRS equipment, which required extensive time to troubleshoot. We reviewed previous studies by using NIRS with children in the fields of developmental psychology and child psychiatry and discussed issues that should be investigated in future research. We specifically focused on postpartum bonding, as this is basis for mother infant interactions, and investigated the factors related to bonding disturbances. Finally, we clarified the problems concerning mother infant interaction studies, and decided more detailed studies are necessary.

  6. Early intervention and support system for postpartum depression and postpartum bonding disorders

    Grant number:21730547  2009 - 2010

    KANEKO Hitoshi

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    Grant amount:\2730000 ( Direct Cost: \2100000 、 Indirect Cost:\630000 )

    The participants of this study were Japanese mothers who had undergone 4-month check-up after birth at the public health centre in X city, Aichi Prefecture. The mothers filled in the Postpartum Bonding Questionnaire (PBQ) and the Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale (EPDS) questionnaire. We examined factor structure of the PBQ using principal component analysis, however, we were unable to confirm the original 4 factors solution. One factor solution was extracted with omitting 10 items that did not have meaningfully loading onto the single factor. The PBQ score was moderately correlated to the EPDS score. Our findings indicate that the Japanese short version of the PBQ was appropriate for screening during check up for Japanese residential mothers.

  7. 産後うつ病および産後愛着障害の早期発見システム構築と援助方法の開発

    2009

    科学研究費補助金 

  8. The relationship between maternal mental health in gestational and postnatal period and mother's abusive tendency to her infant

    Grant number:20330142  2008 - 2012

    HONJO Shuji

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    In recent years, interest in mother-child interaction has been extended to cover not only the post-natal period but the gestational period as well, wherein the concept of maternal-fetal attachment has become a focus of attention. Depression during pregnancy, quickening and gestation age has been cited as factors associated with maternal-fetal attachment, but results have not been consistent. This study wasdesigned to investigate the relationship between maternal-fetal attachment and factors such as the internal working model of the pregnant mother.

  9. 産後うつ病の家族へのコミュニティーでの援助に関する臨床心理学的介入研究

    2007

    科学研究費補助金  若手研究(B),課題番号:19730428

    金子 一史

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  10. 非行・ひきこもり等の児童問題対策に関する研究

    2002.4 - 2005.3

    科学研究費補助金 

    菅原ますみ

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