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COVID answers in Scientific Journals all over the world

Publishing House: The Japanese Psychological Association

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1 [GO] The Japanese journal of psychology 2022―Mar―30 Cultural differences between Japan and China in response to preschool mealtimes associated with COVID-19 Xue Han, Tomoko Hasegawa, Noriko Toyama
2 [GO] The Japanese journal of psychology 2022―Mar―30 Difficulty in work practices and depression due to the COVID-19 pandemic Hina Ishida, Kanako Ichikura, Riho Imura, Yuko Fukase, Hanako Murase, Hirokuni Tagaya
3 [GO] The Proceedings of the Annual Convention of the Japanese Psychological Association 2022―Mar―29 Covid-19 パンデミックは大学生の夢見にどのような影響を与えたのか 斉 岡田
4 [GO] The Proceedings of the Annual Convention of the Japanese Psychological Association 2022―Mar―29 High resilience among the Tibetan refugees in India during the COVID-19 pandemic Tso Lhamo, Meenakshi Shukla
5 [GO] The Proceedings of the Annual Convention of the Japanese Psychological Association 2022―Mar―29 Examination of factors associated with Covid-19 vaccination intention among Japanese samples Yu Ishii, Ryota Sakakibara
6 [GO] The Proceedings of the Annual Convention of the Japanese Psychological Association 2022―Mar―29 COVID-19によって生じた学業への不安が将来に対する否定的自動思考を介して抑うつ症状に与える影響 知也 武田, 広大 福留, 英裕 梅原
7 [GO] The Proceedings of the Annual Convention of the Japanese Psychological Association 2022―Mar―29 COVID-19による物理的・社会的閉鎖環境と大学生のメンタルヘルス居住環境と社会的交流状況が及ぼす影響 綾子 実吉, 秀実 大塚, 航 石田
8 [GO] The Proceedings of the Annual Convention of the Japanese Psychological Association 2022―Mar―29 COVID-19による緊急事態宣言下における中学生の生活実態に関する調査報告3家庭での過ごし方とQOLとの関連 久美子 難波, 優年 河合, 滋己 田中
9 [GO] The Proceedings of the Annual Convention of the Japanese Psychological Association 2022―Mar―29 COVID-19に関するうわさのSNS上での拡散についてのシナリオ実験内容のネガティブ・ポジティブさと信用度に着目して 洋典 名取
10 [GO] The Proceedings of the Annual Convention of the Japanese Psychological Association 2022―Mar―29 COVID-19のパンデミックによるキャリア意識への影響感染症脅威と経済的不安に着目して 誠 中大路, 晋吾 阿部
11 [GO] The Proceedings of the Annual Convention of the Japanese Psychological Association 2022―Mar―29 COVID-19の流行に伴う非活動的生活はより高年齢の高齢者に認知機能低下をもたらす約6ヶ月間の短期縦断追跡による検討 宏幸 鈴木, 大地 山城, 将 小川, 大介 長, 研一郎 佐藤, 佳史 高橋
12 [GO] The Proceedings of the Annual Convention of the Japanese Psychological Association 2022―Mar―29 COVID-19の流行に伴う非活動的生活はより高年齢の高齢者に認知機能低下をもたらす記憶課題の性質に注目した検討 大地 山城, 宏幸 鈴木, 将 小川, 大介 長, 研一郎 佐藤, 佳史 高橋
13 [GO] The Proceedings of the Annual Convention of the Japanese Psychological Association 2022―Mar―29 COVID-19パネル調査データから見る回顧的回答バイアス 芽生 山縣, 司 寺口, 麻子 三浦
14 [GO] The Japanese journal of psychology 2022―Feb―09 Mental health of Japanese firefighters administering emergency medical treatments during COVID-19 Miho Hatanaka, Yoko Akimoto, Yutaka Matsui
15 [GO] The Japanese journal of psychology 2022―Feb―09 Social functions of Yokai, considering Amabie as an example, during the COVID-19 calamity Ayako Takahashi, Shuhei Fujii
16 [GO] The Japanese journal of psychology 2021―Dec―24 Longitudinal evaluation of the impact of the COVID-19-associated confinement on loneliness, anxiety, and sleep in a Japanese population Shogo Sugiyama, Elisa M. Gallego Hiroyasu, Keishi Nomura, Masamichi J. Hayashi, Yuko Yotsumoto
17 [GO] The Proceedings of the Annual Convention of the Japanese Psychological Association 2021―Dec―07 Emotions about online learning under the influence of COVID-19 Natsuki Abe, Ken’ichiro Nakashima
18 [GO] The Proceedings of the Annual Convention of the Japanese Psychological Association 2021―Dec―07 Effects of grit on the measures against COVID-19 Yosuke Hattori
19 [GO] The Proceedings of the Annual Convention of the Japanese Psychological Association 2021―Dec―07 The Relationships between Stress Response and Disturbance of Lifestyle Habits of Elementary School Students during Temporary Leave of Absence for COVID-19 Yasumasa Kosaka
20 [GO] The Proceedings of the Annual Convention of the Japanese Psychological Association 2021―Dec―07 School-Based Psychological Intervention before and after COVID-19 Keiko Takemori, Noriko Hida, Kazuki Niwayama, Shunsuke Koseki, Hiroshi Sato
21 [GO] The Proceedings of the Annual Convention of the Japanese Psychological Association 2021―Dec―07 Work style change and future challenges due to COVID-19 Akihito Shimazu, Akinori Nakata, Kotaro Taneichi, Yasumasa Otsuka
22 [GO] The Proceedings of the Annual Convention of the Japanese Psychological Association 2021―Dec―07 Associations between anxiety related to COVID-19 and individual differences Yoshiya Furukawa, Chikae Isobe, Toshihiko Souma
23 [GO] The Proceedings of the Annual Convention of the Japanese Psychological Association 2021―Dec―07 Attitude toward information disclosure about people infected with COVID-19 and its determinant: The role of political ideology Iori Kasahara, Minoru Karasawa
24 [GO] The Proceedings of the Annual Convention of the Japanese Psychological Association 2021―Dec―07 Relationship between preventive behavior against COVID-19 and positive character strengths Junko Toyosawa, Hiroki Takehashi, Satoshi Shimai
25 [GO] The Proceedings of the Annual Convention of the Japanese Psychological Association 2021―Dec―07 Transition of scapegoating targets by mass media (26) -From the comparison of COVID-19 and SARS- Koshi Murakami, Zentaro Uemura, Naoki Kugihara
26 [GO] The Proceedings of the Annual Convention of the Japanese Psychological Association 2021―Dec―07 The trial of anxiety managament for univetsity students to use online writings during increasing danger of COVID-19 infection Yuzu Shimura
27 [GO] The Proceedings of the Annual Convention of the Japanese Psychological Association 2021―Dec―07 The facilitation effect of avoidance of resentment on norm compliance during the COVID-19 outbreak in Japan Yuri Tanaka, Akiko Matsuo, Saori Tsukamoto
28 [GO] The Proceedings of the Annual Convention of the Japanese Psychological Association 2021―Dec―07 The impression evaluation of “Yokai” and their social functions in Japan - Amabie and Prayer during the COVID-19 pandemic - Ayako Takahashi, Shuhei Fujii
29 [GO] The Proceedings of the Annual Convention of the Japanese Psychological Association 2021―Dec―07 Risk perceptions and preventive behaviors in response to COVID-19 pandemic (1) Megumi Komori, Aya Takagi, Mia Takeda
30 [GO] The Proceedings of the Annual Convention of the Japanese Psychological Association 2021―Dec―07 Risk perceptions and preventive behaviors in response to COVID-19 pandemic (2) Mia Takeda, Megumi Komori, Aya Takagi
31 [GO] The Proceedings of the Annual Convention of the Japanese Psychological Association 2021―Dec―07 Risk perceptions and preventive behaviors in response to COVID-19 pandemic (3) Aya Takagi, Megumi Komori, Mia Takeda
32 [GO] The Proceedings of the Annual Convention of the Japanese Psychological Association 2021―Dec―07 A self-care program using Dohsa-hou for patients with schizophrenia and its effects: A psychological support to cope with social stress situations such as COVID-19 peril Yasuyo Kamikura, Ryozo Shimizu, Ichiro Okawa
33 [GO] The Proceedings of the Annual Convention of the Japanese Psychological Association 2021―Dec―07 Philosophy and Psychology III: The contrastive approaches to the COVID-19 problems. Tsuneyuki Abe, Hideya Kitamura, Saku Hara
34 [GO] The Proceedings of the Annual Convention of the Japanese Psychological Association 2021―Dec―07 The Relationship between Personality Characteristics, Life Style and Mental Health during COVID-19 Social Distancing (2) Taiki Momose, Chigusa Yachi, Hajime Yamaguchi
35 [GO] The Proceedings of the Annual Convention of the Japanese Psychological Association 2021―Dec―07 The Relationship between Personality Characteristics, Life Style and Mental Health during COVID-19 Social Distancing(3) Chigusa Yachi, Taiki Momose, Hajime Yamaguchi
36 [GO] The Proceedings of the Annual Convention of the Japanese Psychological Association 2021―Dec―07 Psychosomatic symptoms and these care among graduate and undergraduate students under a nationwide state of emergency over coronavirus Saki Hinuma, Makoto Otani, Yu Tanaka, Masami Nishikawa
37 [GO] The Proceedings of the Annual Convention of the Japanese Psychological Association 2021―Dec―07 Case report on the coronavirus pandemic dream in Japan Eiko Matsuda, Yumi Yamazaki, Kazuo Matsuoka
38 [GO] The Proceedings of the Annual Convention of the Japanese Psychological Association 2021―Dec―07 The Impact on Children’s Mental Health of School Closures to Prevent the Spread of the Novel Coronavirus; Analysis of junior high school students in an area where infected persons were not identified Yuma Ishimoto, Takahiro Yamane, Katsutoshi Kobayashi
39 [GO] The Proceedings of the Annual Convention of the Japanese Psychological Association 2021―Dec―07 The impact of a pandemic on crime: a cross-cultural study Kanami Tago, Yuqing Su, Masayuki Kiriu
40 [GO] The Japanese journal of psychology 2021―Nov―29 COVID-19 and Psychology Yuki Yamada
41 [GO] The Japanese journal of psychology 2021―Nov―29 First year students enrolled in university during the COVID-19 disaster and online classes: Tomohiro Uchida, Tai Kurosawa
42 [GO] The Japanese journal of psychology 2021―Nov―29 The effect of relational mobility on the early and late stages of the COVID-19 outbreak: Mie Kito, Yugo Maeda
43 [GO] The Japanese journal of psychology 2021―Nov―29 The relationship between online class environments and economic burden and mental health among university students during the COVID-19 pandemic Akihito Iida, Kumpei Mizuno, Tomonari Irie, Naoki Kawasaki, Mika Saito, Takayuki Nishimura
44 [GO] The Japanese journal of psychology 2021―Nov―29 What is the role of psychologists during the COVID-19 Pandemic? Mami Mitachi
45 [GO] The Japanese journal of psychology 2021―Nov―29 The effects of contactless Dohsa-hou on outpatients with schizophrenia during the Coronavirus Pandemic Yasuyo Kamikura, Ichiro Okawa, Hirohito Mashiko
46 [GO] The Japanese journal of psychology 2021―Aug―29 Association between stereotypical perceptions of persons infected with COVID-19 and individual differences in behavioral immune system Mana Yamamoto, Takashi Oka
47 [GO] The Japanese journal of psychology 2021―Aug―29 Parental perception of the relationship between stress responses and the changes in lifestyle habits of elementary school students during a temporary leave of absence for COVID-19 Yasumasa Kosaka
48 [GO] The Japanese journal of psychology 2021―Aug―29 Determinants of nurses’ fear of COVID-19 in Japan Kohei Koiwa, Kobun Wakashima, Keigo Asai, Gen Takagi, Hatsumi Yoshii
49 [GO] The Japanese journal of psychology 2021―Aug―29 The impact of COVID-19 on the family and working life of fathers with young children Mika Hirai, Yutaka Watanabe
50 [GO] The Japanese journal of psychology 2021―Jul―30 The impact of the COVID-19 epidemic on explicitand implicit attitudes towards black sanitary mask wearers Miki Kamatani, Motohiro Ito, Yuki Miyazaki, Jun-ichiro Kawahara
51 [GO] The Japanese journal of psychology 2021―Jun―29 Japanese society and psychology during the COVID-19 pandemic: Mei Yamagata, Tsukasa Teraguchi, Asako Miura
52 [GO] The Japanese journal of psychology 2021―Jun―29 Attitudes toward active learning in online learning in COVID-19: Akiyuki Nagai
53 [GO] The Japanese journal of psychology 2021―Feb―25 Determinants of hand-washing behavior during the infectious phase of COVID-19 Kazuya Nakayachi, Taku Ozaki, Yukihide Shibata, Ryosuke Yokoi
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