Publications

Journal Articles

  1. & Carer's perception of and reaction to reassurance seeking in obsessive compulsive disorder. The Cognitive Behaviour Therapist 10
  2. et. al. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Patients with Social Anxiety Disorder Who Remain Symptomatic following Antidepressant Treatment: A Randomized, Assessor-Blinded, Controlled Trial. Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics 85(4), 208-217.
  3. & I do not know what else to do: Caregivers' perspective on reassurance seeking in OCD. Journal of Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders 8, 21-30.
  4. & Personality and substance use in Japanese adolescents: The Japanese version of Substance Use Risk Profile Scale. Personality and Individual Differences 76, 153-157.
  5. & Reassuringly calm? Self-reported patterns of responses to reassurance seeking in obsessive compulsive disorder. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry 49, 203-208.
  6. & Changes in picturing of ‘self’ in social anxiety disorder: a case report. The Cognitive Behaviour Therapist 8
  7. & Unwanted Sexual Experiences and Cognitive Appraisals That Evoke Mental Contamination. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy 43(01), 74-88.
  8. & Developing a Japanese version of the mental pollution questionnaire and examining the cognitions that contribute to mental contamination. Asia Pacific Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy 5(2), 179-192.
  9. & Perfectionism Cognitions Are Multidimensional: A Reply to Flett and Hewitt (2014). Assessment 21(6), 666-668.
  10. & Examining Mutual Suppression Effects in the Assessment of Perfectionism Cognitions: Evidence Supporting Multidimensional Assessment. Assessment 21(6), 647-660.
  11. & Transporting Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and the Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) project to Japan: preliminary observations and service evaluation in Chiba. The Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice 9(3), 155-166.
  12. & A Comparison of Manifestations and Impact of Reassurance Seeking among Japanese Individuals with OCD and Depression. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, 1-12.
  13. & Health anxiety and healthcare costs in Japanese individuals: an Internet survey. Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine 2(1), 833-840.
  14. & Comparing the roles of washing and non-washing behaviour in the reduction of mental contamination. Journal of Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders 3(1), 60-64.
  15. Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Health Anxiety Disorder: A Case Report of a Japanese Male Suffering the After Effects of Apoplexy and Attempted Suicide. Journal of Psychotherapy & Psychological Disorders 02(01)
  16. & Development and validation of the Japanese version of Responsibility Attitude Scale and Responsibility Interpretations Questionnaire. International Journal of Culture and Mental Health, 1-13.
  17. Examining the Beliefs that Contribute to Mental Contamination. Journal of Depression and Anxiety 03(04)
  18. & Cognitive behaviour therapy using the Clark & Wells model: a case study of a Japanese social anxiety disorder patient. The Cognitive Behaviour Therapist
  19. et. al. A preliminary study of individual cognitive behavior therapy for social anxiety disorder in Japanese clinical settings: a single-arm, uncontrolled trial. BMC Research Notes 6(1), 74
  20. & Unwanted Sexual Experiences and Cognitive Appraisals That Evoke Mental Contamination. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, 1-15.
  21. & Cognitive behavioural therapy for somatoform pain disorder in adolescents: a case study. Asia Pacific Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy 4(2), 109-115.
  22. et. al. Strategy for treating selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor-resistant social anxiety disorder in the clinical setting: a randomised controlled trial protocol of cognitive behavioural therapy in combination with conventional treatment. BMJ Open 3(2), e002242-e002242.
  23. & Patterns of Reassurance Seeking and Reassurance-Related Behaviours in OCD and Anxiety Disorders. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy 41(01), 1-23.
  24. & Perfectionism and Self-conscious Emotions in British and Japanese Students: Predicting Pride and Embarrassment after Success and Failure. European Journal of Personality 27(1), 59-70.
  25. & Self-oriented perfectionism and its relationship to selective attention: An experimental examination using social cognitive paradigm1. Japanese Psychological Research 54(4), 418-423.
  26. & A qualitative study of the investigation of reassurance seeking in obsessive–compulsive disorder. Journal of Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders 1(1), 25-32.
  27. Cognitive therapy for vomit phobia: a case report. Asia Pacific Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy 2(2), 171-178.
  28. & Traits and cognitions of perfectionism and their relation with coping style, effort, achievement, and performance anxiety in Japanese musicians. Journal of Anxiety Disorders 25(5), 674-679.
  29. & The Multidimensional Perfectionism Cognitions Inventory–English (MPCI–E): Reliability, Validity, and Relationships With Positive and Negative Affect. Journal of Personality Assessment 92(1), 16-25.
  30. & Do perfectionists raise their standards after success? An experimental examination of the revaluation of standard setting in perfectionism. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry 40(4), 515-521.
  31. & Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Obsessive Compulsive Symptoms Affected by Past Psychotic Experience of Schizophrenia: A Case Report. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy 36(03)
  32. & Self-oriented perfectionism and information gathering behaviour. Australian Journal of Psychology 60(1), 26-30.
  33. Cognitive Behavioural Formulation for Focal Dystonia in a Student Athlete: A Case Report. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy 35(02), 245
  34. et. al. BENEFITS OF NEGATIVE THINKING AND NEGATIVE AFFECT: ANALYSES OF ANSWERS TO AN OPEN-ENDED QUESTION BY JAPANESE UNDERGRADUATES1. Psychological Reports 99(2), 449-461.
  35. & Self-Oriented Perfectionism and its Relationship to Positive and Negative Affect: The Mediation of Positive and Negative Perfectionism Cognitions. Cognitive Therapy and Research 29(5), 555-567.
  36. & The relationship of temperament to multidimensional perfectionism trait. Personality and Individual Differences 38(1), 203-211.