Kazu Murata

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  • K Murata
  • Nihon Kango Kagakkai shi = Journal of Japan…
  • 1994
The purpose of this study was to describe the stress appraisals and coping process under the restriction of mobility. The subjects of this study were 25 hospitalized school-age children who had been on bed rest or restricted of walking more than six days. Participant observation and interview technique were used to collect the data. Within twenty five(More)
The study compared the expression of cooperation, competition, individualism and interpersonalism in Japanese youth. Forty-two 5th grade boys and 42 8th grade boys first completed two questionnaires about cooperation/competition and group/individualized activities. Their group structure was then coded (as working in trios, in duos, or separately) as trios(More)
The directions of gazes of six children were observed at the ages of 24, 30 and 36 months during free-time play in a group nursing situation. The study found that there were two types of looking behaviour among children. One type of looking behaviour was characterized by a tendency not to focus and gazing on people, whereas the other type characterized by a(More)
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