Kijima, Nobuhiko

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Affiliation

Faculty of Business and Commerce (Hiyoshi)

Position

Associate Professor

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Career 【 Display / hide

  • 1995.04
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    1997.03

    国立精神・神経センター精神保健研究所,流動研究員

  • 1997.04
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    1999.03

    障害者職業総合センター ,研究員

  • 1999.04
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    2001.03

    大学専任講師(商学部)

  • 2001.04
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    Present

    大学助教授(商学部)

Academic Background 【 Display / hide

  • 1993.03

    Keio University, Graduate School, Division of Sociology

    Graduate School, Completed, Master's course

  • 1996.03

    Keio University, Graduate School, Division of Sociology

    Graduate School, Withdrawal after completion of doctoral course requirements, Doctoral course

 

Research Areas 【 Display / hide

  • Humanities & Social Sciences / Social psychology (Social Psychology)

  • Humanities & Social Sciences / Educational psychology

Research Keywords 【 Display / hide

  • パーソナリティ

Research Themes 【 Display / hide

  • 行動遺伝学の手法を援用したパーソナリティ理論と測定法の構築に関する研究, 

    2004
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    2006

 

Books 【 Display / hide

  • 医療の本質と変容

    KIJIMA NOBUHIKO, 2011.04

  • 抑うつの現代的諸相 ─心理的・社会的側 面から科学する-

    KIJIMA NOBUHIKO, 2006

  • 実証にもとづく臨床心 理学:抑うつの臨床心理学

    KIJIMA NOBUHIKO, 2005

  • 更年期の不安とうつ

    KIJIMA NOBUHIKO, 大阪 フジメディカル, 2003.01

    Scope: 27-36

  • 認知行動アプローチ:臨床心理学のニューウェーブ

    KIJIMA NOBUHIKO, 東京 至文堂, 2000.03

    Scope: 184-191

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Papers 【 Display / hide

  • Psychometric properties of the Swedish version of the satisfaction with life scale in a sample of individuals with mental illness

    Garcia D., Nima A.A., Kazemitabar M., Amato C., Lucchese F., Mihailovic M., Kijima N.

    PeerJ (PeerJ)  9 2021.05

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    Background: Health assessment among individuals with mental health problems often involves measures of ill-being (e.g., anxiety, depression). Health is, however, defined as a state of physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease (WHO, 1948, 2001). Hence, in order to address mental illness during the 21st century, we need to develop methods for the prevention, identification and treatment of mental illness; but also, for the promotion, identification, and maintenance of well-being. In this context, over three decades of subjective well-being research have resulted in the development of measures of positive aspects of human life, such as the Satisfaction with Life Scale (Diener et al., 1985). Our aim was to investigate the psychometric properties of the Satisfaction with Life Scale in a Swedish population of individuals with mental illness using both Classical Test Theory (CTT) and Item Response Theory (IRT). Method: A total of 264 participants (age mean = 43.46, SD = 13.31) diagnosed with different types of mental illness answered to the Swedish version of the Satisfaction with Life Scale (five items, 7-point scale: 1 = strongly disagree, 7 = strongly agree). Results: We found positive and significant relationships between the five items of the scale (r ranging from 0.37 to 0.75), good reliability (Cronbach’s alpha = 0.86), and that the one-factor solution had best goodness of fit (loadings between 0.52–0.88, p < 0.001). Additionally, there were no significant differences in comparative fit indexes regarding gender and occupation status. All items had high discrimination values (between 1.95–3.81), but item 5 (“If I could live my life over, I would change almost nothing”); which had a moderate discrimination value (1.17) and the highest estimated difficulty on response 7 (3.06). Moreover, item 2 (“The conditions of my life are excellent”) had less discrimination and redundant difficulty with both item 1 (“In most ways my life is close to my ideal”; 2.03) on response 7 and with item 3 (“I am satisfied with my life”; –1.21) on response 1. The five items together provided good information, with especial good reliability and small standard error within −1.00 up to about 2.00 and the highest amount of test information at 0.00 of the level of life satisfaction within this population. Conclusions: Consistent with previous research, the scale had good reliability and provided good information across most of the latent trait range. In addition, within this population, sociodemographic factors such as gender and occupation status do not influence how individuals respond to the items in the scale. However, the items couldn’t measure extreme levels of low/high life satisfaction. We suggest replication of these findings, the test of additional items, and the modification of items 2 and 5 in order to use the scale among individuals with mental illness.

  • Occupation and life satisfaction among individuals with mental illness: The mediation role of self-reported psychophysiological health

    Granjard A., Mihailovic M., Amato C., Kazemitabar M., Lucchese F., Jacobsson C., Kijima N., Garcia D.

    PeerJ (PeerJ)  9 2021.01

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    Background: Unemployment can diminish physical, psychological and social health. In this context, research shows that people with mental illness have even more difficulties finding occupation. Thus, some countries, such as Sweden, strive after creating job opportunities for this specific group. We investigated the effect of having an occupation on life satisfaction among individuals with mental illness and whether self-reported physical and psychological health mediated the relationship between being (un)employed and life satisfaction. Method: Two-hundred eighty-seven individuals (148 males, 134 females, and 5 missing information) with mental illness, who received support and services from Swedish Municipalities in Blekinge, self-reported occupation, life satisfaction, and physical and psychological health. Results: Participants who reported having an occupation reported also significantly higher levels of life satisfaction, physical health, and psychological health compared to those without occupation. Nevertheless, these differences were rather small (Eta2 < 0.06). Moreover, the indirect effect of having an occupation on life satisfaction through physical and psychological health was significant. Finally, the total indirect effect of physical and psychological health (i.e., psychophysiological health) accounted for 53% of the total effect of having an occupation on life satisfaction. Conclusion: For individuals with mental illness there seems to be an almost equal importance of indirect and direct effects of having an occupation on their levels of life satisfaction. More specifically, while there are differences in life satisfaction within this population in relation to having an occupation, having an occupation leads to the sense of good psychophysiological health, which in turn helps individuals with mental illness to feel satisfied with their lives.

  • Psychosocial Twin Cohort Studies in Japan: The Keio Twin Research Center (KoTReC)

    Ando J., Fujisawa K.K., Hiraishi K., Shikishima C., Kawamoto T., Nozaki M., Yamagata S., Takahashi Y., Suzuki K., Someya Y., Ozaki K., Deno M., Tanaka M., Sasaki S., Toda T., Kobayashi K., Sakagami M., Okada M., Kijima N., Takizawa R., Murayama K.

    Twin Research and Human Genetics (Twin Research and Human Genetics)  22 ( 6 ) 591 - 596 2019.12

    ISSN  18324274

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    The Keio Twin Research Center (KoTReC) was established in 2009 at Keio University to combine two longitudinal cohort projects - the Keio Twin Study (KTS) for adolescence and adulthood and the Tokyo Twin Cohort Project (ToTCoP) for infancy and childhood. KoTReC also conducted a two-time panel study of self-control and psychopathology in twin adolescence in 2012 and 2013 and three independent anonymous cross-sectional twin surveys (ToTcross) before 2012 - the ToTCross, the Junior and Senior High School Survey and the High School Survey. This article introduces the recent research designs of KoTReC and its publications.

  • Grayの行動抑制系と不安・抑うつ―双生児法による4つの因果モデルの検討

    山形伸二・高橋雄介・木島伸彦・大野 裕・安藤寿康

    パーソナリティ研究 20   110-117 2011

    Research paper (scientific journal), Single Work

  • Grayの気質モデル―BIS/BAS尺度日本語版の作成と双生児法による行動遺伝学的検討

    高橋雄介・山形伸二・木島伸彦・繁桝算男・大野 裕・安藤寿康

    パーソナリティ研究 15   276-289 2007

    Research paper (scientific journal), Single Work

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Papers, etc., Registered in KOARA 【 Display / hide

Presentations 【 Display / hide

  • 中学・高校生の進路意識に関する研究

    KIJIMA NOBUHIKO

    日本心理学会第68回大会 (吹田 (関西大学)) , 

    2004.09

    Oral presentation (general), 日本心理学会

  • 日本語版Effortful Control尺度の作成と信頼性・妥当性の検討

    KIJIMA NOBUHIKO

    日本パーソナリティ心理学会第13回大会 (所沢 (早稲田大学)) , 

    2004.09

    Oral presentation (general)

  • Grayのパーソナリティ・モデルに基づく抑うつと不安の弁別

    KIJIMA NOBUHIKO

    日本パーソナリティ心理学会第13回大会 (所沢 (早稲田大学)) , 

    2004.09

    Oral presentation (general)

  • 4-6歳児の衝動性のメカニズム:行動遺伝学的検討

    KIJIMA NOBUHIKO

    日本心理学会第68回大会 (吹田 (関西大学)) , 

    2004.09

    Oral presentation (general), 日本心理学会

  • 日本語版BIS/BAS scaleの信頼性・妥当性の検討

    KIJIMA NOBUHIKO

    日本心理学会第68回大会 (吹田 (関西大学)) , 

    2004.09

    Oral presentation (general), 日本心理学会

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Research Projects of Competitive Funds, etc. 【 Display / hide

  • The construction of personality theory and personality assessment utilizing the technique of Behavioral genetics.

    2002.09
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    2003.03

    Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research, Research grant, No Setting

Works 【 Display / hide

  • 大学キャンパスにおける学生の適応に関する総合的研究(グループ②):研究代表者。学生の適応に関するデータ・情報収集・分析、実験講座の立ち上げ、検討・準備と実施

    KIJIMA NOBUHIKO

    横浜, 

    2000.04
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    2005.03

    Other, Joint

  • クロニンジャーのパーソナリティ理論と経営行動科学における応用可能性

    KIJIMA NOBUHIKO

    名古屋, 

    1998.11
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    Present

    Other, Single

  • 『パーソナリティが気になるとき:Cloningerの理論をめぐって』(企画)

    KIJIMA NOBUHIKO

    東京, 

    1998.10
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    Present

    Other, Joint

  • Personality and social support

    KIJIMA NOBUHIKO

    東京, 

    1998.02
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    Present

    Other, Single

  • 『何故 depressionの実証的研究か』(企画・司会)

    KIJIMA NOBUHIKO

    大阪, 

    1997.09
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    Present

    Other, Joint

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Courses Taught 【 Display / hide

  • PSYCHOLOGY 2

    2022

  • PSYCHOLOGY 1

    2022

  • INTRODUCTION OF PSYCHOLOGY

    2022

  • GENERAL EDUCATION SEMINAR (DB)

    2022

  • GENERAL EDUCATION SEMINAR (DA)

    2022

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