MIZUNO Haruhisa

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Name
MIZUNO Haruhisa
Affiliation
Osaka Kyoiku University
Section
Faculty of Education Course for School Teacher Course for School Teachers School Education
Job title
Professor
Degree
(BLANK)(University of Tsukuba), Ph,D.(Psychology)(University of Tsukuba)

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MIZUNO Haruhisa, YANAGIDA Takuya, TODA Yuichi
Psychology   9 1412-1425   Jun 2018   [Refereed]
The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between help-seeking expectations and school bullying. Japanese students (N = 532; 53% boys, about 12 years-old) were asked to fill out a questionnaire including help-seeking expectatio...
水野 治久, 永井 智
東海心理学研究 = Toukai journal of psychology   12 2-11   Mar 2018
YUZAWA MASAMICHI, UESAKA YURI, TAKAHASHI MIHO, FUJISAWA NOBUYOSHI, MIZUNO HARUHISA, NISHI SACHIYO
The Annual Report of Educational Psychology in Japan   57(0) 282-290   2018
佐々木 悠人, 水野 治久, 永井 智
大阪教育大学紀要. 第4部門, 教育科学 = Memoirs of Osaka Kyoiku University   65(2) 259-270   Feb 2017
本研究は,研究Iとして,大学生の専門的心理的援助要請態度にどのような変数が関連するかを明らかにするために質問紙調査が実施された。大学生193名を対象に調査を行い,社会的スティグマが自己スティグマに正の影響を,自己スティグマが専門的心理的援助要請態度に負の影響を与えていた。研究IIとして,自己スティグマの軽減と専門的心理的援助要請態度の改善を目的とした介入プログラムを作成,実施した。大学生及び大学院生11名を実験群,25名の大学生と大学院生を統制群とし,60分間×2コマの介入を行った。分析の...
平井 尚美, 水野 治久
大阪教育大学紀要. 第4部門, 教育科学 = Memoirs of Osaka Kyoiku University   65(2) 271-283   Feb 2017
本研究の目的は,「学級風土」と「教師の指導態度」が問題行動である「授業逸脱行動」を抑制するのかどうかを明らかにすることである。中学校1年~3年生580名を対象に,「学級風土」と「教師の指導態度」が「授業逸脱行動」に及ぼす影響について検討した。その結果,学級風土においては<学級内の規律>が授業逸脱行動の<潜在的逸脱行動>,<顕在的逸脱行動>を抑制する可能性があると示唆された。教師の指導態度においては,<受容的指導態度>と<要求的指導態度>が授業逸脱行動の<潜在的逸脱行動>,<顕在的逸脱行動>...
OKADA RYO, MATSUMOTO HIROO, ICHIYANAGI TOMONORI, KANEKO YASUYUKI, MIZUNO HARUHISA, MACHI TAKESHI
The Annual Report of Educational Psychology in Japan   56(0) 243-249   2017
HONDA Masahiro, MIZUNO Haruhisa
Japanese Journal of Counseling Science   50(1) 23-31   2017
The aim of this paper was to propose the theoretical framework for research about interventions for help-seeking as &ldquo;help-seeking focused counseling.&rdquo; The main ideas in this paper were the purpose and target of &ldquo;help-seeking focu...
湯澤 正通, 植阪 友理, 高橋 美保, 藤澤 信義, 水野 治久, 西 幸代
教育心理学年報 = The annual report of educational phychology in Japan   57 282-290   2017
Students' trust in teachers, soical support, help-seeking preferences and school attendance
   2014
“Findeing good points of each other" and children's self-esteem from the perspective cognizing friends
3(1)    2014
Providing Psycho-educational services in Japanese schools: research and practice focus on students' and teachers' help seeking preferences.
Annual Report of Japanese Association of School Psychologists   (6) 5-12   2014
Relationship between Help Seeking Expectations and School Bullying: Comparison between Austrian and Japanese Pupils (Abstract book, the 16th European Conference on Developmental Psychology)
141   2013
Gender Differences in Relationship between Help-Seeking Preferences for Collage Student Counseling and Concerns about Helping.
Japanese Journal of Clinical Psychology      2012
Relationship between referral by another to a student counseling center and related psychological variables
Journal of Japanese Clinical Psychology   28(2) 238-243   2010
Effects on School Morale and Self-Esteem of Elementary School Upper Graders Through Structured Gourp Encounter and Social Skill Training.
Annual Report of Japanese Association of School Psychologist   3 77-86   2010
The Strcutre of Adjustment Scale for Junior High School Students
Japanese Journal of School Psychology   10(1) 63-72   2010
The relationship between the social support expectation to teachers and the sress responses of students
Japanese Journal of School Psychology   10(1) 17-32   2010
Effects of coginitive behaviral manegement on multidimensional anxiety
15 29-40   2009
An examination of the contact hypothesis of help-seeking prefrences toward school counselors: A questionnaires study of Junior high school students.
Japanese Journal of Community Psychology   12(2) 170-180   2009
Self- and ohter-Referral to a collge counseling center
CAMPUS HEALTH   46(2) 179-148   2009
Effects of Stress Management Proguram on Elementry School Children
Memoirs of Osaka Kyoiku University, SerⅣ(Education,Psychology, Special Support Education and Pysical Education)   57(2) 157-169   2009
Predictiong Help-Seeking Preferences for Student Counseling Services through Perceived Expection to Ohters
Japanese Journal of Counlseing Science   41(3) 235-244   2008
Help-seeking prefreces of junior high school students in Japan
Japanese Journal of Counseling Science   39(1) 17-27   2006
The Relationship Between High School Teacher's Beleifs on Support Services and Their Views on Student Assesment
Japanese Journal of School Psychology   5 25-36   2005
Relationship between perceived problems and help-seeking preferences in junior high school students
Japanese Journal of Counseling Science   37(3) 241-249   2004
Relationship between help-seeking prefrences of college students and related pcychological variables: A focus on student counseling, friends, and families
Japanese Journal of Counseling Science   37(3) 260-269   2004
An Overview of Studies on Social Supports for Children: Some Inplications for Research and Practice in School Psychology
Japanese Journal of Counseling Science   37(3) 280-290   2004
A Review of Research Trends in Edcational Psychology in Japan: School Psychology
The Annual Report of Educational Psychology in Japan   43 126-134   2004
The Relationship between received social supprot from various helpers and adjustment of junior high school students
Japanese Journal of Community Psychology   7(1) 35-46   2003
An Overview of Studies about Internatinal Students' Social Supprots and Adjustment
Japanese Journal of Community Psychology   4(2) 132-143   2001
Help-Seeking Prefences and Help-Seeking Behavios: An Overview of Studies
Japanese Journal of Educational Psychology   47(4) 11-20   1999
The Relationship between Help-Seeking Preferences and Adjustment of Asian International Students in Japan
Japanese Journal of Counseling Science   31(1) 1-9   1998