Shintaro Yukawa
Shintaro Yukawa
Associate Professor, Faculty of Human Sciences, University of Tsukuba
Verified email at human.tsukuba.ac.jp
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The effects of prosocial video games on prosocial behaviors: International evidence from correlational, longitudinal, and experimental studies
DA Gentile, CA Anderson, S Yukawa, N Ihori, M Saleem, LK Ming, ...
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 35 (6), 752-763, 2009
8752009
Longitudinal effects of violent video games on aggression in Japan and the United States
CA Anderson, A Sakamoto, DA Gentile, N Ihori, A Shibuya, S Yukawa, ...
Pediatrics 122 (5), e1067-e1072, 2008
3622008
The effects of the presence and contexts of video game violence on children: A longitudinal study in Japan
A Shibuya, A Sakamoto, N Ihori, S Yukawa
Simulation & Gaming 39 (4), 528-539, 2008
942008
Attachment style, self-concealment, and interpersonal distance among Japanese undergraduates
S Yukawa, H Tokuda, J Sato
Perceptual and motor skills 104 (3_suppl), 1255-1261, 2007
132007
Lim Kam Ming,… Sakamoto, A.(2009). The effects of prosocial video games on prosocial behaviors: International evidence from correlational, longitudinal, and experimental studies
DA Gentile, CA Anderson, S Yukawa, N Ihori, M Saleem
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 35 (6), 752-763, 0
13
Effect of Video Games on Children's Aggressive Behavior and Pro-social Behavior: A Panel Study with Elementary School Students.
N Ihori, A Sakamoto, A Shibuya, S Yukawa
DiGRA Conference, 2007
122007
The role of rumination and negative affect in meaning making following stressful experiences in a Japanese sample
N Kamijo, S Yukawa
Frontiers in psychology 9, 2404, 2018
102018
Anger expressive behaviors and its inhibitory factors in Japanese junior high school students: From the aspect to narcissism and norms
K Hibino, S Yukawa, M Kodama, F Yoshida
Shinrigaku Kenkyu: The Japanese Journal Of Psychology 76 (5), 417-425, 2005
82005
Sex differences in relationships among anger, depression, and coping strategies of Japanese students
S Yukawa
Psychological reports 97 (3), 769-776, 2005
72005
The effects of media violence on aggression: Focus on the role of anger evoked by provocation.
S Yukawa, K Endo, F Yoshida
Japanese Journal of Psychology, 2001
72001
Mind-wandering enhances creative problem solving
A Yamaoka, S Yukawa
Shinrigaku kenkyu: The Japanese journal of psychology 87 (5), 506-512, 2016
52016
ストレスフルな体験の意味づけにおける侵入的熟考と意図的熟考の役割
上條菜美子, 湯川進太郎
心理学研究 86 (6), 513-523, 2016
52016
Relationship between diary-keeping and tendencies toward alexithymia and rumination
S Yukawa
Psychological reports 103 (3), 771-778, 2008
52008
The effects of media violence on affective, cognitive, and physiological reactions of viewers
S Yukawa, F Yoshida
Shinrigaku kenkyu: The Japanese journal of psychology 69 (2), 89-96, 1998
51998
The relationship between mind-wandering or awareness and creativity.
A Yamaoka, S Yukawa
The Japanese Journal of Social Psychology, 2017
42017
The role of intrusive and deliberate ruminations for meaning making in stressful events
N Kamijo, S Yukawa
Shinrigaku kenkyu: The Japanese journal of psychology 86 (6), 513-523, 2016
42016
Meaning making and rumination: The roles of threat evaluation and personality
N Kamijo, S Yukawa
Procedia-social and behavioral sciences 113, 118-123, 2014
42014
Anger experience and the process of calming down
S Yukawa, K Hibino
Shinrigaku kenkyu: The Japanese journal of psychology 74 (5), 428-436, 2003
42003
Examination of rumination and meaning making in stressful events: The influence of subjective evaluation of events and personal characteristics.
N Kamijo, S Yukawa
Japanese Journal of Psychology, 2014
32014
怒りの維持過程における思考の未統合感に影響を及ぼす諸要因の検討
遠藤寛子, 湯川進太郎
心理学研究 84 (5), 458-467, 2013
32013
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