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SUGIURA Takeshi

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Last Updated :2020/07/08

Education and Career

Education

  •  - 1996 , Kyoto University
  •  - 1996 , Kyoto University
  •  - 1991 , Kyoto University, Faculty of Education
  •  - 1991 , Kyoto University, Faculty of Education

Research Activities

Research Areas

  • Life sciences, Sports science

Research Interests

  • Sport Psychology

Published Papers

  • The Influences on Education of Teacher Evaluation Determined by the Student’s Academic Results of Examination: from the Viewpoint of the Education Policy of Osaka-city, SUGIURA,Takeshi, The Research Journal of the Teacher Education Department Kindai University, The Research Journal of the Teacher Education Department Kindai University, 31(1), 83 - 103, Sep. 2019
  • The Case Study of the Teachers' Social Capital at School, 杉浦 健, 八木 英二, 松浦 善満, 林 美輝, 横山 政夫, 大前 哲彦, 浅尾 世津子, 山口 隆, 近畿大学教育論叢, 近畿大学教育論叢, 27(2), 1 - 17, 2016
  • 転機の経験を通したスポーツ選手の心理的成長プロセスについてのナラティブ研究, SUGIURA TAKESHI, スポーツ心理学研究, スポーツ心理学研究, 31(1), 23 - 34, Aug. 20 2004
  • Developmental change in the relation between two affiliation motives and interpersonal alienation, T Sugiura, JAPANESE JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY, JAPANESE JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY, 48(3), 352 - 360, Sep. 2000
    Summary:The purposes of the present study were to investigate the relation between 2 affiliation motives -sensitivity to rejection and affiliative tendency -and interpersonal alienation, and also to investingate developmental and gender differences in this relation. Questionnaires on affiliation motives, interpersonal alienation, and ego identity were completed by 366 junior high school students, 528 senior high school students, and 233 university students. The results revealed a highly positive relation between affiliative tendency and sensitivity to rejection. lu spite of this result, affiliative tendency was negatively related Lu interpersonal alienation : on the other hand sensitivity to rejection was positively related to interpersonal alienation. Gender and developmental differences were also found :(1) Female subjects' sensitivity to rejection was negatively correlated with age. (2) Sensitivity to rejection and interpersonal alienation were negatively correlated in male junior high school student, but positivel correlated in male university students. (3) Affiliative tendency and sensitivity to rejection showed a higher positive correlation in junior high school students than it did in high school or university students. The results of the present study suggest that changes in these 2 affiliative motives are developmental tasks that maintain adaptive interpersonal relations.

Conference Activities & Talks

  • 大学は何をする場所? (1)―大学生の大学観と大学生のあり方との関連について―, SUGIURA TAKESHI, OZAKI HITOMI, MIZOGAMI SHIN'ICHI, 日本心理学会大会発表論文集,   2003 08
  • 大学は何をする場所? (2)―大学観による類型化の試み―, OZAKI HITOMI, SUGIURA TAKESHI, MIZOGAMI SHIN'ICHI, 日本心理学会大会発表論文集,   2003 08

Research Grants & Projects

  • Study on Personality development