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- Chishima, Y., & Liu, I-T. H-C. (2021). Mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic in Japan: Applying topic modeling in daily life descriptions. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction, 1-20. Advance Online Publication.
- Chishima, Y., & Nagamine, M. (2021). Unpredictable changes: Different effects of derailment on well-being between North American and East Asian samples. Journal of Happiness Studies, 22(8), 3457–3478.
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- Chishima, Y., McKay, M. & Murakami, T. (2017). The reliability and validity of the temporal focus scale in young Japanese adults. Personality and Individual Differences, 119, 230-235.
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