Experimental Psychopathology Lab, Tokai Gakuin University
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    Akira HASEGAWA, Ph.D.

    Associate Professor: Faculty of Human Relations
    Direcor: Experimental Psychopathology Lab
    Tokai Gakuin University

    5-68 Naka-kirino, Kakamigahara City, Gifu, 504-8511, Japan.
    E-mail: mail-ad.of.hasse[at]tokaigakuin-u.ac.jp
    Fax number: +81-58-389-2205


    I am a psychologist with a PhD in human sciences at the Waseda University. My primary research interests lie in the field of vulnerability and maintenance factors of depression, especially depressive rumination. My current works are focused on 1) development and validation of rumination measures, 2) investigation about how rumination interacts with other cognitive behavioral factors, and emotional and somatic states, and 3) specifying which factor prolongs rumination.


    ・Publications
    15.Hasegawa, A., Matsumoto, N., Yamashita, Y., Tanaka, K., Kawaguchi, J., & Yamamoto, T. (in press). Response inhibition deficits are positively associated with trait rumination, but attentional inhibition deficits are not: Aggressive behaviors and interpersonal stressors as mediators. Psychological Research. (Full Text/PDF)

    14.Shimono, Y., Hasegawa, A., Tsuchihara, K., Tanaka, K., Matsuda, Y., & Kunisato, Y. (in press). Longitudinal association between autistic traits and affinity for hikikomori in Japanese undergraduate students. Current Psychology. (Full Text/PDF)

    13.Nishimura, H., Hasegawa, A., Nishiguchi, Y., Tabuchi, R., Matsumoto, N., Masuyama, A., Oi, H., Fukui, H., Oikawa, M., Tanno, Y., & Mochizuki, S. (in press). Relationship between rumination and imbalanced working memory: Analysis at the latent variable and individual tasks levels. Current Psychology. (Abstract)

    12.Hasegawa, A., Somatori, K., Nishimura, H., Hattori, Y., & Kunisato, Y. (2021). Depression, rumination, and impulsive action: A latent variable approach to behavioral impulsivity. The Journal of Psychology, 155(8), 717-737. (Full Text/PDF)

    11.Hasegawa, A., Matsumoto, N., Yamashita, Y., Tanaka, K., Kawaguchi, J., & Yamamoto, T. (2021). Do shorter inter-stimulus intervals in the go/no-go task enable better assessment of response inhibition? Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 62(2), 118-124. (Full Text/PDF)

    10.Horibe, K. & Hasegawa, A. (2020). How autistic traits, inattention and hyperactivity-impulsivity symptoms influence depression in nonclinical university students: Mediating role of depressive rumination. Current Psychology, 39, 1543-1551. (Full Text/PDF)

    9.Hasegawa, A., Somatori, K., Nishimura, H., Hattori, Y., & Kunisato, Y. (2019). Associations between self-reported impulsivity and a latent variable of impulsive action constructed from three laboratory tasks. Journal of Experimental Psychopathology, 10, 3. doi: 10.1177/2043808719861894 (Full Text/PDF)

    8.Hasegawa, A., Kunisato, Y., Morimoto, H., Nishimura, H., & Matsuda, Y. (2018). Depressive rumination and urgency have mutually enhancing relationships but both predict unique variance in future depression: A longitudinal study. Cogent Psychology, 5: 1450919. (Full Text/PDF)

    7.Hasegawa, A., Kunisato, Y., Morimoto, H., Nishimura, H., & Matsuda, Y. (2018). How do rumination and social problem solving intensify depression? A longitudinal study. Journal of Rational-Emotive & Cognitive-Behavior Therapy, 36, 1, 28-46. (Full Text/PDF)

    6.Hasegawa, A., Nishimura, H., Matsuda, Y., Kunisato, Y., Morimoto, H., & Adachi, M. (2016). Is trait rumination associated with the ability to generate effective problem solving strategies? Utilizing two versions of the Means-Ends Problem-Solving Test. Journal of Rational-Emotive & Cognitive-Behavior Therapy, 34, 1, 14-30. (Full Text/PDF)

    5.Hasegawa, A., Hattori, Y., Nishimura, H., & Tanno, Y. (2015). Prospective associations of depressive rumination and social problem solving with depression: A 6-month longitudinal study. Psychological Reports, 116, 3, 870-888. (Full Text/PDF)

    4.Hasegawa, A., Yoshida, T., Hattori, Y., Nishimura, H., Morimoto, H., & Tanno, Y. (2015). Depressive rumination and social problem solving in Japanese university students. Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy, 29, 2, 134-152. (Abstract)

    3.Hasegawa, A., Koda, M., Hattori, Y., Kondo, T., & Kawaguchi, J. (2014). Depressive rumination and past depression in Japanese university students: Comparison of Brooding and Reflection. Psychological Reports, 114, 3, 653-674. (Full Text/PDF)

    2.Hasegawa, A., Koda, M., Hattori, Y., Kondo, T., & Kawaguchi, J. (2013). Longitudinal predictions of the Brooding and Reflection subscales of the Japanese Ruminative Responses Scale for depression. Psychological Reports, 113, 2, 566-585. (Full Text/PDF)

    1.Hasegawa, A. (2013). Translation and initial validation of the Japanese version of the Ruminative Responses Scale. Psychological Reports, 112, 3, 716-726. (Full Text/PDF)


    *There are 27 professional articles and chapters written in Japanese.


    ・Preprints:
    2.Hasegawa, A., Oura, S., Yamamoto, T., Kunisato, Y., Matsuda, Y., & Adachi, M. (2021). Causes and consequences of stress generation: Longitudinal associations of negative events, aggressive behaviors, rumination, and depressive symptoms. PsyArXiv. https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/m7ea6

    1.Hasegawa, A., Oura, S., Yamamoto, T., Kunisato, Y., & Fukui, Y. (2021). Development and preliminary validation of a self-report measure of negative independent and dependent events in Japanese university students. PsyArXiv. https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/tj3ve

    ・Reviewer for
    Anxiety, Stress, & Coping
    Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology
    Current Psychology
    Health Psychology Open
    Japanese Journal of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies
    Japanese Journal of Mindfulness
    Japanese Journal of Research on Emotions
    Japanese Psychological Research
    Journal of Affective Disorders
    Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy
    Journal of Health Psychology Research
    Journal of Rational-Emotive & Cognitive-Behavior Therapy
    Psychological Reports
    Scientific Reports
    The Japanese Journal of Psychology
    The Japanese Journal of Personality


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