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Hikikomori: a hidden mental health need following the COVID-19 pandemic.

Maki Rooksby, Tadaaki Furuhashi, Hamish J McLeod,

(World psychiatry : official journal of the World Psychiatric Association (WPA))
[2020, 19(3):399-400]

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Social determinants of health in teenage girls involved with sexual exploitation on downtown streets late at night.

Tsutomu Tanaka, Tadaaki Furuhashi, Toyoaki Ogawa, Momoko Yabushita,

The purpose of this study was to chronicle the experiences of teenage girls who stay downtown late at night and are involved in sexual exploitation, and to clarify characteristics of their social circumstances and social determinants of health: socioeconomic status and educational opportunities. Between November 2009 and June 2013, we ... Read more >>

Nagoya J Med Sci (Nagoya journal of medical science)
[2019, 81(4):667-678]

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[Pathology seen in French "Hikikomori"].

Tadaaki Furuhashi, Cristina Figueiredo, Nancy Pionnié-Dax, Maïa Fansten, Natacha Vellut, Pierre-Henri Castel,

Young people who meet the definition of "Hikikomori" have come to be seen in France since around 2008. However, simply "fitting the definition" does not necessarily mean that they are the same as "Hikikomori" in Japan. Rather, it is important to ask what kind of young people "fit the definition ... Read more >>

Seishin Shinkeigaku Zasshi (Seishin shinkeigaku zasshi = Psychiatria et neurologia Japonica)
[2012, 114(10):1173-1179]

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[Imaginary companion in adolescence].

Takako Sawa, Hiroyuki Oae, Takeshi Abiru, Tadaaki Furuhashi,

The phenomenon of imaginary companions, which is usually regarded as normal in children, but which when encountered in adolescence suggests a psychopathologic condition, appears to have had limited investigation. This study indicates some psychopathologic characteristics of imaginary companions by interviewing adolescent patients. Imaginary companions are experienced as one or more ... Read more >>

Seishin Shinkeigaku Zasshi (Seishin shinkeigaku zasshi = Psychiatria et neurologia Japonica)
[2002, 104(3):210-220]

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