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International Journal of Emergency Mental Health and Human Resilience
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Yuka Kotozaki

Department of Medicine, Assistant Professor Primary Iwate Medical University, Morioka, Japan

Biography

Department of Medicine, Assistant Professor Primary Iwate Medical University, Morioka, Japan, She researches using questionnaires and biomarkers to investigate the causes of mental health problems and improve mental health from psychology and neuroscience. The main research topics are as follows;?1) The relationship between psychological indicators and biomarkers related to mental health, 2) The effects of lifestyle interventions on biomarkers and subjective
Publications

Horticultural Therapy as a Measure for Recovery Support of Regional Community in the Disaster Area: A Preliminary Experiment for Forty Five Women Who Living Certain Region in the Coastal Area of Miyagi Prefecture

Three years have passed since the earthquake, in the coastal areas in the disaster area, by population transfer or the like from the temporary housing, the importance of the regeneration and revitalization of the local community has been pointed out. This study performed a preliminary study to aim at the psychological inspection about an effect of ... Read More»

Yuka Kotozaki

Research Article: Int J Emerg Ment Health 2014,16: 124

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