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Cognitive patterns and depression: Study of a Japanese university student population
Abstract  According to Beck’s cognitive theory, individuals who endure negative self‐schemas (dysfunctional attitudes) are more likely to present automatic thoughts consisting of negative schemata ofExpand
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Understanding externalizing behavior from children's personality and parenting characteristics
A total of 946 Japanese children in the 5th to 9th grades and their parents were studied in order to investigate the extent to which parenting characteristics (measured by the Parental BondingExpand
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Adolescents’ attachment style and early experiences: a gender difference
SummaryWe examined gender differences in perceived rearing and adult attachment style in adolescents. A total of 3,912 senior college students (1,149 men and 2,763 women) ages 18-23 (men’s M = 20.1Expand
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Correlates of the categories of adolescent attachment styles: Perceived rearing, family function, early life events, and personality
Aims:  To identify the psychosocial correlates of adolescents.
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The Role of Personalities in the Marital Adjustment of Japanese Couples
The link between marital adjustment and personality was investigated in 66 Japanese married couples using Locke and Wallace’s Short Marital Adjustment Test (SMAT; Locke & Wallace, 1959) and theExpand
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Intergenerational Transmission of Parenting Style and Personality: Direct Influence or Mediation?
In order to examine the relationships between parenting styles and personality traits over generations, a cross-sectional questionnaire study was conducted for fathers and mothers of school-ageExpand
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The Role of Coping Styles and Self-efficacy in the Development of Dysphoric Mood Among Nursing Students
Coping styles and self-efficacy have been recognized as important determinants of dysphoric mood. The objectives of this study were to determine the influence of these two factors on depression andExpand
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Egalitarian sex role attitudes among Japanese human service professionals: Confirmatory factor analytic study
Abstract  The psychometric properties of the short form of the Scale of Egalitarian Sex Role Attitudes (SESRA‐S) were studied among human service professionals. An exploratory factor analysis yieldedExpand
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Prospective Study on Suicidal Ideation Among Japanese Undergraduate Students: Correlation with Stressful Life Events, Depression, and Depressogenic Cognitive Patterns
The present study examines the effects of stressful life events, depression, and depressogenic cognitive patterns on suicidal ideation in 500 Japanese undergraduate students. The above factors wereExpand
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Competency assessment in psychiatry and medicine
Purpose of review Competency assessment is an important part of the doctrine of informed consent. A review of the psychometric and theoretical reports on this topic is timely. Recent findingsExpand
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