Takayama, Midori

写真a

Affiliation

Faculty of Science and Technology, Department of Foreign Languages and Liberal Arts (Hiyoshi)

Position

Professor

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Career 【 Display / hide

  • 1996.04
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    2001.03

    東京都老人総合研究所 研究員(非常勤)

  • 1998.04
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    2002.03

    武蔵工業大学工学部専任講師

  • 2000.04
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    2004.03

    東京学芸大学教育学部

  • 2002.04
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    2003.03

    武蔵工業大学環境情報学部専任講師

  • 2003.04
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    2006.03

    武蔵工業大学環境情報学部助教授

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Academic Background 【 Display / hide

  • 1991.03

    Keio University, 文学部

    University, Graduated

  • 1994.03

    Keio University, 社会学研究科

    Graduate School, Completed, Master's course

  • 1998.03

    The University of Tokyo, 教育学研究科

    Graduate School, Completed, Doctoral course

Academic Degrees 【 Display / hide

  • 修士(社会学), Keio University, Coursework, 1994.03

  • Ph.D., The University of Tokyo, Coursework, 2002.09

Licenses and Qualifications 【 Display / hide

  • 公認心理師, 国家資格, 2019.02

  • 臨床心理士, 2003.04

 

Research Areas 【 Display / hide

  • Social psychology (生涯発達心理学)

  • ジェロントロジー

Research Keywords 【 Display / hide

  • well-being, social relations, social capital

 

Books 【 Display / hide

  • 老いのこころ:加齢と成熟の発達心理学

    TAKAYAMA Midori, 有斐閣, 2014.06

  • パーソナリティ心理学ハンドブック

    TAKAYAMA Midori, 福村出版, 2013.03

  • 発達科学入門(3)青年期~後期高齢期

    TAKAYAMA Midori, 東京大学出版会, 2012.04

  • ストレス科学事典

    TAKAYAMA Midori, 実務教育出版, 2011.06

  • 「ゆとり」と生命をめぐって-生命の教養学Ⅵ

    TAKAYAMA Midori, 慶應義塾大学出版会, 2011.04

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Papers 【 Display / hide

  • Behavioral changes and hygiene practices of older adults in Japan during the first wave of COVID-19 emergency

    Arai Y., Oguma Y., Abe Y., Takayama M., Hara A., Urushihara H., Takebayashi T.

    BMC Geriatrics (BMC Geriatrics)  21 ( 1 )  2021.12

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    Background: On April 7, 2020, Japan declared a state of emergency due to the first wave of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) with the associated social distancing likely to have had a great impact on older adults’ lifestyle and health. This study aimed to explore the behavioral changes and personal hygiene practices in relation with background psychosocial and health characteristics of older adults during the COVID-19 emergency. Methods: A cross-sectional telephonic survey was conducted with the participants of the Kawasaki Aging and Wellbeing Project (KAWP), an on-going longitudinal cohort study of older adults aged 85 or older. The interviews were conducted using a structured questionnaire consisting of 11 closed questions regarding behavioral changes and personal hygiene practices during the state of emergency. Sociodemographic and health data were obtained from the KAWP baseline survey conducted 2.2 years before the telephonic survey. Results: Overall, 487 participants from the KAWP responded to the telephonic survey (response rate: 89.2%). 94.5% of the respondents reported no changes in basic lifestyle habits, such as eating, sleeping, smoking, and drinking, whereas 28.1% reported a decrease in physical activity, and 54.6% reported going out less frequently. One-third of the respondents reported a decrease in the number of people to converse with, as well as the amount of time to converse. For personal hygiene practices, 93.8% reported wearing a mask when they went out, and 50.3% reported an increased frequency of handwashing. Multiple logistic regression analysis revealed that engagement in physical activity at baseline (odds ratio [OR] = 1.95, 95% confidence interval [CI] = 1.23–3.08), smartphone ownership (OR = 2.15, 95% CI = 1.33–3.47), and visual impairment (OR = 1.79; 95% CI = 1.10–2.91) were independently associated with decreased physical activity during the COVID-19 emergency. Female respondents and smartphone ownership were significantly associated with more frequent handwashing. Conclusions: The study revealed that older adults in an urban setting responded to the COVID-19 emergency with behavioral changes. The findings of this study have implications for the design of preventive strategies to maintain the health and wellbeing of at-risk older adults.

  • Association between resilience and cortical thickness in the posterior cingulate cortex and the temporal pole in Japanese older people: A population-based cross-sectional study

    Shikimoto R., Noda Y., Kida H., Nakajima S., Tsugawa S., Mimura Y., Ochi R., Takayama M., Niimura H., Mimura M.

    Journal of Psychiatric Research (Journal of Psychiatric Research)  142   89 - 100 2021.10

    ISSN  00223956

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    Background: Resilience is a crucial factor preventing the onset of mental illness and contributing to the well-being and healthy longevity, whose neural bases are not fully elucidated in older people. The present study aimed to identify the cortical thickness associating with resilience in older adults. Methods: This is a part of the cross-sectional Arakawa geriatric cohort study for people aged 65 years or older, consisting of 1001 individuals. A Self-Reported Resilience Scale (RS), neuropsychological batteries, face-to-face interviews for diagnosis, and a three-dimensional T1-weighted magnetic resonance imaging were conducted. Cortical thickness was computed by the FreeSurfer. The relationships among cortical thickness, total RS score, and clinico-demographic data were investigated using univariate and multivariable regression analyses. Results: The total RS score was correlated with age, education, and scores of the Mini-Mental State Examination (MMSE) and Geriatric Depression Scale (GDS) in univariate analyses. The total RS score was associated with cortical thicknesses in the left posterior cingulate (β [95 % CI of B] = 0.07 [0.16–14.84]) and the left temporal pole (β [95 % CI of B] = 0.08 [0.63–9.93]) after adjusting sex, age, imaging acquisition site, education, MMSE and GDS scores, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, diabetes mellitus, Barthel index, BMI, and living situation in multivariable regression analyses. Conclusion: The present analyses suggest that the resilience capacity may be related to the cortical thickness in the posterior cingulate and temporal cortices in older adults. Our findings warrant further longitudinal studies to confirm the causal relationship between stress events, resilience, and brain structures.

  • Anaemia and physical and mental health in the very old: An individual participant data meta-analysis of four longitudinal studies of ageing

    Palapar L., Kerse N., Rolleston A., den Elzen W.P.J., Gussekloo J., Blom J.W., Robinson L., Martin-Ruiz C., Duncan R., Arai Y., Takayama M.

    Age and Ageing (Age and Ageing)  50 ( 1 ) 113 - 119 2021.01

    ISSN  00020729

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    Objective: To determine the physical and mental health of very old people (aged 80+) with anaemia. Methods: Individual level meta-analysis from five cohorts of octogenarians (n = 2,392): LiLACS NZ Mori, LiLACS NZ non-Mori, Leiden 85-plus Study, Newcastle 85+ Study, and TOOTH. Mixed models of change in functional ability, cognitive function, depressive symptoms, and self-rated health over time were separately fitted for each cohort. We combined individual cohort estimates of differences according to the presence of anaemia at baseline, adjusting for age at entry, sex, and time elapsed. Combined estimates are presented as differences in standard deviation units (i.e. standardised mean differences-SMDs). Results: The combined prevalence of anaemia was 30.2%. Throughout follow-up, participants with anaemia, on average, had: worse functional ability (SMD -0.42 of a standard deviation across cohorts; CI -0.59,-0.25); worse cognitive scores (SMD -0.27; CI -0.39,-0.15); worse depression scores (SMD -0.20; CI -0.31,-0.08); and lower ratings of their own health (SMD -0.36; CI -0.47,-0.25). Differential rates of change observed were: Larger declines in functional ability for those with anaemia (SMD -0.12 over five years; CI -0.21,-0.03) and smaller mean difference in depression scores over time between those with and without anaemia (SMD 0.18 over five years; CI 0.05,0.30). Conclusion: Anaemia in the very old is a common condition associated with worse functional ability, cognitive function, depressive symptoms, and self-rated health, and a more rapid decline in functional ability over time. The question remains as to whether anaemia itself contributes to worse outcomes or is simply a marker of chronic diseases and nutrient deficiencies.

  • Increasing light physical activity helps to maintain cognitive function among the community-dwelling oldest old population: a cross-sectional study using actigraph from the Arakawa 85+ study

    Suzuki K., Niimura H., Kida H., Eguchi Y., Kitashima C., Takayama M., Mimura M.

    Geriatrics and Gerontology International (Geriatrics and Gerontology International)  20 ( 8 ) 773 - 778 2020.08

    ISSN  14441586

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    Aim: To investigate the influence of replacing sedentary time with physical activity on cognitive function using an isotemporal substitution model in a population of community-dwelling oldest old. Methods: This cross-sectional study included residents of the Arakawa ward, Tokyo, who were part of a prospective cohort from the Arakawa 85+ study. We measured physical activity in 136 participants using a triaxial actigraph. Cognitive function was measured using the Addenbrooke's Cognitive Examination-III and participants were divided into a “cognitive decline group” (Addenbrooke's Cognitive Examination-III ≤88) and “cognitive maintain group” (Addenbrooke's Cognitive Examination-III ≥89). Physical activity was divided into three categories: sedentary behavior (≤1.5 metabolic equivalents), light physical activity (>1.5 to <3.0 metabolic equivalents), and moderate-to-vigorous physical activity (≥3 metabolic equivalents). Using an isotemporal substitution approach, we applied multiple logistic regression analysis to demonstrate the association between cognitive function and replacing 30 min/day of sedentary behavior with an equal period of light physical activity. Covariates included age, education and the Center for Epidemiologic Studies Depression Scale. Results: Our findings showed that in men, replacing 30 min of sedentary behavior per day with light physical activity was associated with a 1.47-fold increase in the odds of maintaining cognitive function. An association between physical activity and cognitive function was not observed in female participants. Conclusions: Our results indicate that substituting sedentary behavior with light physical activity could be helpful in maintaining cognitive function in community-dwelling oldest old men. These results highlight the importance of behavioral changes to promote cognition. Geriatr Gerontol Int 2020; 20: 773–778.

  • Approach-oriented coping strategy level may be related to volume of the whole hippocampus in the elderly

    Kida H., Nakajima S., Shikimoto R., Ochi R., Noda Y., Tsugawa S., Fujii S., Takayama M., Mimura M., Niimura H.

    Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences (Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences)  74 ( 4 ) 270 - 276 2020.04

    ISSN  13231316

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    Aim: Stress-related disorders and severe stress exposure can cause atrophy of the whole hippocampus and its subfields. However, the impact of stress coping strategies on the hippocampus remains unclear. Therefore, we aimed to examine the relation between approach- and avoidance-oriented coping strategies and hippocampal volume in elderly persons. Methods: A total of 1045 elderly persons living in Arakawa-ward, Tokyo (mean ± SD age: 72.8 ± 5.2 years; 569 females [54.4%]) were included in the study and completed several questionnaires and face-to-face interviews and underwent magnetic resonance imaging. Approach- or avoidance-oriented coping strategies were assessed with the Stress and Coping Inventory, while cognitive function and depressive symptoms were assessed with the Mini-Mental State Examination and Geriatric Depression Scale, respectively. The volume of the whole hippocampus on T1-weighted images was delineated and calculated using FreeSurfer 6.0. Multiple regression analyses were performed to examine the relation between Stress and Coping Inventory scores and whole hippocampal volume. Results: Approach-oriented coping strategy scores were positively correlated with whole hippocampal volume. Furthermore, these relations remained significant after controlling for the influence of cognitive function and depressive symptoms on these volumetric variables. In contrast, avoidance-oriented coping strategy scores were not correlated with whole hippocampal volume. Conclusion: This study demonstrated that hippocampal volume may be associated with the approach-oriented coping strategy; therefore, this strategy may preserve hippocampal volume in the elderly.

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Papers, etc., Registered in KOARA 【 Display / hide

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Presentations 【 Display / hide

  • 超高齢者の研究から−高齢期の知的能力と環境−

    TAKAYAMA Midori

    2017年度 日本教育心理学会主催公開シンポジウム:加齢に伴い向上・維持する能力を発掘する (東京) , 2017.12, Symposium, Workshop, Panelist (nomination), 日本教育心理学会

  • 95歳以上超高齢者におけるフレイルと老年的超越の関連 〜 Arakawa 95+ Study 〜

    TAKAYAMA Midori

    第6回日本ポジティブサイコロジー医学会学術集会 (神奈川・横浜) , 2017.11, Poster (general), 日本ポジティブサイコロジー医学会

  • 後期高齢者の生活に対する将来展望と認知機能との関連-K2 studyデータを用いて-

    TAKAYAMA Midori

    日本心理学会第81回大会 (福岡・久留米) , 2017.09, 日本心理学会

  • A cohort study of the oldest-old in Japan: the Arakawa 95+ study

    Miimura, H., Eguchi, Y., Kida, H., Nishimura,W., Takayama,M., Mimura,M.

    13th European Union Geriatric Medicine Society (EUGMS) Congress (Nice, France) , 2017.09

  • Self-efficacy, Gerotranscendence and Positive Personality Traits Help in Preventing Frailty and Maintaining a High Level of Well-being among the Oldest-old in Japan: The Arakawa 95+ Study

    Kida, H., Niimura, H., Eguchi,Y., Nishimura, W., Takayama, M., & Mimura, M.

    13th European Union Geriatric Medicine Society (EUGMS) Congress (Nice, France) , 2017.09, Poster (general)

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Research Projects of Competitive Funds, etc. 【 Display / hide

  • 高齢者の生活の知恵の評価:3D Wisdom Scaleの妥当性の検討

    2016.04
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    2017.03

    慶應義塾, Keio Gijuku Academic Development Funds, Mimura, Masaru, Research grant, Co-investigator

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    日本版3D-Wsidom Scaleの信頼性と妥当性の検討

  • 高齢期の健康と幸福感の予測要因の検討:ソーシャル・キャピタルの視点から

    2016.04
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    2017.03

    慶應義塾, Keio Gijuku Academic Development Funds, Midori Takayama, Research grant, Principal Investigator

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    後期高齢期、超高齢期におけるwell-being, 健康、およびソーシャルキャピタルの関係性を検証する。

  • 超高齢者におけるポジティブな心理社会的特性の解明

    2016.04
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    2017.03

    ユニベール財団, 新村秀人, Research grant, Co-investigator

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    超高齢者の心理的特性に関する研究

  • 95歳以上の超高齢者のメンタルヘルス疫学研究

    2015.10
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    2016.09

    大和証券ヘルス財団, 新村秀人, Research grant, Co-investigator

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    95歳以上の超超高齢者のメンタルヘルス、および認知機能に関する疫学調査。

  • 百寿者バイオ・リソースを活かした認知症予防法および地域での実践スキームの開発

    2015.04
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    2018.03

    慶應義塾大学, 慶應義塾クラスター研究推進プロジェクトプログラム(長寿), 三村將, Research grant, Co-investigator

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Works 【 Display / hide

  • 地域社会と健康寿命:川崎市の調査結果より

    高山 緑

    慶應義塾大学・川崎市「高齢者の暮らし方と健康に関する学術調査」記念講演会『みんなで伸ばそう!健康寿命』(主催:慶應義塾大学医学部百寿総合研究センター、共催:川崎市), 

    2017.03
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    Other, Single

  • 超高齢社会を生きる−ヘルスとウェルビーイング

    高山 緑

    『神奈川県ヘルスケア・ニューフロンティア講座「文化としての病と老い」(主催:神奈川県、慶應義塾大学教養研究センター), 

    2016.10
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    Other, Single

  • 学術フロンティア推進事業「超表象デジタル研究」学習環境ユニット 公開セミナー軽度発達障害の世界を知る 第4回「京都大学における高機能自閉症者の支援システムと支援の実際」

    TAKAYAMA Midori

    2007.01
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    Other, Joint

  • Hiyoshi Research Portfolio 2006バリアフリー公開シンポジューム「軽度発達障害の理解と支援-大学での支援の実際と高校や企業との橋渡し-」

    TAKAYAMA Midori

    2006.12
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    Other, Joint

  • 学術フロンティア推進事業「超表象デジタル研究」学習環境ユニット 公開セミナー軽度発達障害の世界を知る 第3回「軽度発達障害のある学生への支援」

    TAKAYAMA Midori

    2006.10
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    Other, Joint

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Awards 【 Display / hide

  • 日本心理学会第82回大会 特別優秀発表賞

    増井 幸恵,権藤 恭之,中川 威,小川 まどか,石岡 良子,蔡 羽淳,安元 佐織,小野口 航,髙山 緑,稲垣 宏樹, 2018.09, The Japanese Psychological Association

    Type of Award: Awards of National Conference, Council and Symposium

  • 第30回日本老年学会総会 合同ポスター賞

    高山緑, 石岡良子, 孫怡, 菅原育子, 増井幸恵, 小川まどか, 菅沼真樹, 2017.06, 日本老年学会

    Type of Award: Awards of National Conference, Council and Symposium

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    日本老年学会(日本老年医学会、日本老年社会科学会、日本基礎老化学会、日本老年歯科学会、日本老年精神医学会、日本ケアマネジメント学会、日本老年看護学会の7学会で構成)総会において、優れた研究発表として表彰された。

 

Courses Taught 【 Display / hide

  • SCIENCE OF HEALTH

    2021

  • PSYCHOLOGY 2

    2021

  • PSYCHOLOGY 1

    2021

  • INTRODUCTION OF PSYCHOLOGY

    2021

  • HUMAN INTERACTION SCIENCE 2

    2021

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Courses Previously Taught 【 Display / hide

  • 人間関係論Ⅱ

    Keio University, 2016, Autumn Semester, General education subject, Lecture

  • 心理学Ⅱ

    Keio University, 2016, Autumn Semester, General education subject, Lecture

  • 老年医学・老年学

    Keio University, 2016, Spring Semester, Major subject, Lecture

  • Science and Environment 1: Gerontology

    Keio University, 2016, Spring Semester, General education subject, Lecture

  • 人間関係論Ⅰ

    Keio University, 2016, Spring Semester, General education subject, Lecture

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Educational Activities and Special Notes 【 Display / hide

  • ベストレクチャー賞受賞

    2015
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    Present

    , Special Affairs

 

Social Activities 【 Display / hide

  • 臨床心理士

    2003.04
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Memberships in Academic Societies 【 Display / hide

  • 日本老年精神医学会, 

    2016.01
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    Present
  • 日本ポジティブサイコロジー医学会, 

    2015.10
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    Present
  • 日本応用老年学会, 

    2014.09
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    Present
  • The Gerontological Society of America, 

    2003.01
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    Present
  • American Psychological Association, 

    2003.01
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    Present

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Committee Experiences 【 Display / hide

  • 2014.10
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    理事, 日本応用老年学会

  • 2012.12
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    2014.11

    科学研究費委員会専門委員, 日本学術振興会

  • 2003.01
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    Present

    会員, The Gerontological Society of America

  • 2003.01
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    Present

    会員, American Psychological Association

  • 2003.01
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    Member, The Gerontological Society of America

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