NISHIOKA Nobuki

FacultySchool Psychology,Developmental Science and Health Education, Human Life,Health,and Information Studies
PositionProfessor
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Degree

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Research Activities

Research Areas

  • Health/Sports science, Applied health science

Research Interests

    Health Education

Misc

  • Three-Year Follow-up on the Effects of a Smoking Prevention Program for elementary School Children with a Quasi-experimental Design in Japan, Nobuki Nishioka, Tetsuro Kawabata, Kohei Minagawa, Masakazu Nakamura, Akira Ohshima, 他1名, Japanese Journal of Public Health, 53, (11) 971 - 978,   2005
  • The Short and Middle-term Impacts of a smoking Prevention Program for Japanese Elementary School-children : The Results of JKYB NICE Project(共著), Health Promotion & Education "Bringing Health to Life",   1996
  • The Short-term Effect of a Smoking Prevention Program for the Upper Gradens of Elementary Schools : The Results of Intervention Study of Two Years with Quasi-experimental Design, Japaness Journal of Public Health, 43, (6) 434 - 445,   1996
  • The Construction of a Model For Predicting Adolescent Smoking Behavior From a 7-Year Follow-Up Survey, Japaness Journal of Public Health, 42, (1) 8 - 18,   1995
  • Knowledges of Foodsstuffs in Relation to Adult Diseases in Japanese Students-Results From Japan Know Your Body Study-, Japanese Journal of Public Health, 41, (6) 558 - 568,   1994
  • Adolescent's Knowledge about Smoking-Results from the Japan Adolescent Smoking Survey(JASS)-, Japanese Journal of School Health, 35, (9) 450 - 461,   1993
  • A Study on the Safety Behavior of preschool Children in Dashing-out Situations : Effects of a Program Package Including Behavior Rehearsal and Video-feedback, Japanese Journal of School Health, 35, (5) 230 - 239,   1993
  • Development of a School-Based Smoking Prevention Program for Children in Grades, 39, (4) 451 - 462,   1993
  • Correlates of Smoking behavior Among Japanese School Children-Results from the Study of Japan Adolescent Smoking Survey(JASS)-, Japanese Journal of School Health, 35, (2) 67 - 78,   1993
  • Smoking behavior among abolescents in Japan-Results from the Study of Japan Adolescent Smoking Survey-, Japanese Journal of School Health, 34, (7) 319 - 328,   1992
  • Prediction of Smoking Behavior in Japanese Young Adults(共著), Health Education Research, 7, (3) 437 - 442,   1992
  • Tobaco Use Among Japanese School-children : Results From Preliminary Study of Japan Adolescent Smoking Survey(JASS)(共著), Health Promotion International, 7, (1) 37 - 44,   1992
  • Standardization of Definitions Concerning Smoking Behavior Among Japanese Adolescents-Results from the Japan Adolescent Smoking Survey(JASS)-, Japanese Journal of Public Health, 38, (11) 859 - 867,   1991
  • Pilot study on smoking prevention in Japanese adolescents, Tetsuro Kawabata, Hiroyuki Takahashi, Nobuki Nishioka, Yoshiki Okajima, Masaki Watanabe, Kanako Okada, Masahiro Takaishi, Japanese Journal of Hygiene, 46, (5) 947 - 957,   1991
  • An Experimental Study on the Safety Behavior of Children in a Dashing-out Situation-Effects of Verbal Instructions and Traffic Conditions on safety Behavior(共著), IATSS Research, 15, (1) 39 - 45,   1991
  • The Relationship Between Smoking Behavior and Self-esteem Among Elementary and Junior High School Students, Japanese Journal of Public Health, 45, (1) 15 - 26,   1998
  • A Study on the Systematization of the Contents for School Health Education(1)A Viewpoint for Systematization and an Analysis of Health Problems, Japanese Journal of School Health, 39, (6) 539 - 549,   1998
  • A Study on the Systematization of the Contents for School Health Education(2)Proposal of a Table of the Contents Consisting of 9 Branches in 3 Areas, Japanese Journal of School Health, 40, (1) 52 - 65,   1998
  • A Study on the Systematization of the Contents for School Health Education(3) Educational Objectives, Contents of Each Brach, and Distribution of Contents across School Level, Japanese Journal of School Health, 41, (3) 223 - 245,   1999
  • Relationship Between Self-Esteem and Smoking Behavior Among Japanese Early Adolescarts : Initial Results from a Three-Year Study, Journal of School Health, 69, (7) 280 - 284,   1999

Research Grants & Projects

  • Development of contents of health education for Japanese adolescents


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