My most updated version of the complete list of publications can be found in the website of Hitotsubashi University.


There are three websites where the list of my publications should appear: this website, the website of Hitotsubashi University, and the website of Graduate School of Social Sciences. However, these are all from different databases, which are all energy-consuming to update. I will try my best, but please be patient...


Books (co-author)

2001  Miyaji, N., "Friendly Persuasion? Legislative Enforcement of Male Responsibility for Contraception", Tong, R., Anderson, G., Santos A., eds.

Globalizing Feminist Bioethics, 135-150 Westview Press (p.135-150)


2014       Miyaji, N. "A New Metaphor for Speaking of Trauma - The Toroidal Island Model", Violence and Victims, 29(1), pp.137-151


2002  Miyaji, N., “Shifting Identities and Transcultural Psychiatry: A View from Japan”,  Transcultural Psychiatry ,39(2):173-195


2001  Miyaji, N., "Ethical Dilemmas in Medical Assistance at Refugee Camps: A Case in Djibouti", Inaga, S., ed. The Fourteenth International Symposium: Crossing Cultural Borders: Toward an Ethics of Inter-Cultural Communication—Beyond Reciprocal Anthropology, 251-262, International Research Center for Japanese Studies


1996  Miyaji, N., et. al. “Obstetric and Gynecological Problems of Foreigners in Japan”, Journal of Japan Association for International Health 10(1):250-253


1994  Miyaji, N., Lock, M. “Monitoring Motherhood: Sociocultural and historical Aspects of Maternal and Child Health in Japan” Daedalus, 123(4):87-112



1994  Miyaji, N., “Informed consent, cancer, and truth in prognosis. Letter to the Editor”, New Engl. J. Medicine, 331(12):810


1993  Miyaji, N., “The Power of Compassion: Truth Telling Among American Doctors in the Care of Dying Patients”, Social Science and Medicine, 36(3):249-264


1989  Sugitachi, A., Takatsuka, Y., Kido, T., Miyaji, N. and Satoh, E. “Bio-Adhesio-Chemo (BAC) Therapy for Patients with Malignant Pleural Effusion”, Am. J. Clin. Oncol. (CCT) 12(2):156-161

Book Reviews

1994  Miyaji, N., “Book Review of Fatal Tradeoffs”, Social Science and Medicine, 38(2):396-397

PUBLICATIONS IN JAPANESE   *Titles are English translations.

Books (sole author) and Monographs

2010  Miyaji, N., Can We Love Trauma?, Otsuki-shoten Publishers (174pages)


2007  Miyaji, N., Kanjou-Tou (Toroidal island) = Geopolitics of Trauma, Misuzu-shobou Publishers (240pages)


2005       Miyaji, N., Medical Anthropology of Trauma, Misuzu-shobou Publishers   (375pages)


2002       Miyaji, N., Living in a Foreign Culture, Seiwa-shoten Publishers    (240pages)


1991  Miyaji, N., Mental Health Handbook—Facts and Advice for Japanese in Boston, Boston:  Japanese Association of Greater Boston

Books (editor and co-author)

2008  Miyaji, N., Sexual Dominance and World History: From Colonialism to Ethnic Cleansing., Ohtsuki-shoten Publishers. 338pages(pp.17-63)


2008  Miyaji, N., Handbook of How to Treat Victims of Domestic Violence in Medical Settings, Akashi-shoten Publishers (216 pages)


2004  Miyaji, N., Trauma and Gender: from Clinical Contexts, Kongou-shuppan  

Books (section author)

2007       Watanabe, M., Watanabe, O. eds. “Modern Envioronment.” ShunPousha

                 (Miyaji, N., “Trauma: mental health in everyday life”) 179pages(pp.121-138)


2007  Araki,Y., eds.”Essense of Women’s health care for clinicians.” Igaku-Shoin

                 (Miyaji, N.,, sections on “Rape” “Domestic Violence”) 344pages(pp.237-248, 249-257)

2004  Noda, F., Suzuki, M., eds. Handbook for Consulates: Mental Health Care Handbook in case of Huge-scale emergencies, Japan Society of Transcultural Psychiatry (Miyaji, N., "Chapter 7: Torture and Sexual Victimization," p. 84-91)


2003       Iyotani, T., ed. Globalization. Sakuhin-sha  (Miyaji, N., “Transcultural Psychiatry”)


2003  Noda, F., Suzuki M. eds. Handbook for Consulates: Mental Health Care for Japanese Expatriates.  Japan Society of Transcultural Psychiatry (Miyaji, N., Nakamoto K., "How to take care of traumatized people in disasters, accidents, war, terrorism and other events" p. 52-61)


2001  Sakai, A, et al., eds. Introduction to Cultural Psychiatry Kongou Shuppan

                 (Miyaji, N. "Imagination and Meaning: Sexual Violence and Trauma.") 


2001  Kamo, N., ed. For the Learner of Social Philosophy,Sekaishiso Sha

                 (Miyaji, N. "Gender and Sexuality," p. 144-156)


2000  Inaga, S. ed. Toward an Ethics of Cross-cultural Communication.  Nagoya Univ. Press 

(Miyaji, N., "Can Refugees Be Saved?" p. 269-286)


1998       Katou H., Kamo N. eds. Introduction to Bioethics, Kyoto: Sekaishisousha Publishers

                       (Miyaji, N. "Culture and Bioethics," p. 289-301)


1998  Takahata, N., and Mita, T., eds. Encyclopedia of Clinical Psychiatry, Vol. 23. “Transcultural Psychiatry,” Nakayama Shoten Publishers 

                       (Miyaji, N. "Mental Health of Women in Contemporary Society." p. 99-110) 


1998       Onishi, M., ed. Current of Transcultural Psychiatry, Osaka: Shinryoshinsha Publishers

                       (Miyaji, N., "Telephone Counseling and Transcultural Psychiatry from the Experience of the AMDA Medical Information Center" p. 306-326)


1997  Suzuki, M, Tatsumi, Y, Oota, H, eds. Mental Health Service for Japanese Living Abroad, Shinzansha Publishers, Tokyo  (Miyaji, N. "Report from Boston: Survey on Mental Health of Japanese Living Abroad." p. 194-212)


1995       International Cooperation as a Career Choice, Yayoi-Shobou Publishers

                       (Miyaji, N. "Medical Assistance in a Somali Refugee Camp" p. 170-189)


1994  Munakata, T., ed. Mental Health of Japanese Abroad, Houken-shuppan  (p. 73-95)


1994       Mukai, S., ed. Between Life and Live: Brain Death and Organ Transplantation, Baobabu-sha.  (Miyaji, N. "What Brain Death and Organ Transplantation Mean to Us."  p. 81-112)



2007       Miyaji, N., “Gender, Family Therapy and Trauma,” Journal of Japanese Family Therapy 24(2)88-91


2007       Miyaji, N., “Trauma and Medical Anthropology,” Journal of Bussei Kenkyu 88(4)549-551


2006  Miyaji, N., “Sexual abuse of boys: awareness and care.” Journal of Japanese child and adolescent psychiatry 46(1)19-29


2006       Miyaji, N., “Passing 0n,” Subaru 11:275-288 


2006       Miyaji, N., “Violence and Trauma,” Japanese Journal of Women’s Studies 14:8-20 


2006  Miyaji, N. and Shirakawa, M., ”Questions about Dissociation: Discussions with Dr. Putnam” , Japanese Journal of Traumatic Stress, 4(1):69-75


2006  Miyaji, N., “Kanjou Tou (Circle-like islands): Geopolitics of trauma”, Misuzu (series of articles) (1) 534:40-48, 2005.12 (2) 536:40-48, 2006.3, (3)

       537:48-53, 2006.4, (4) 538:34-38, 2006.5,  (5) 540, p. 28-337,2006.7


2005  Miyaji, N., “Gender Sensitivity of Psychotherapists”, Journal of psychotherapy, 31(29):41-47(177-183)


2005       Miyaji, N., “Masculine Violence and Alternative intimacy”, Joukyou , 6(5):162-171 


2005       Miyaji, N., “Domestic Violence as control: where is the private sphere?”, Gendai Shisou , 33(10):121-133 


2004       Miyaji, N., “Torture and Trauma”, Journal of Japanese Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, 2(1):13-20


2004  Miyaji, N., “A day: gender, violence and body”, Japanese Journal of Transcultural Psychiatry, 3(2):126-132


2003       Miyaji, N., “Sexual Violence and Trauma,” Jurist, 1237:156-173


2003       Miyaji, N., “Psychiatry and Japanese Culture: Rethinking ‘Shicchou’ (dysfunction) and ‘Shougai’ (disorder/disability),” Kokoro no Kagaku, 109:106-111


2002       Miyaji, N., “Academic Creole: A Letter to Yoriko,” Hitotsubashi Ronsou, 127(4):116-135


2002       Miyaji, N., “How should Law deal with the Concept of PTSD?” Jurist, 1227:2-5


2002       Miyaji, N., “Mental Health for Women,” Modern Physician 22.10.1240-1244


2001  Miyaji, N., Breslau, J. “Mental Health Services in the Japanese Community of Greater Boston”, Japanese Journal of Transcultural Psychiatry, 5:126-132


2001  Miyaji, N., Shinfuku, N., “Mental Health Services in the Japanese Community of Greater New York”, Japanese Journal of Transcultural Psychiatry, 5:129-132


2000  Miyaji, N., “Mental Health Care System for Immigrants” Japanese Journal of Transcultural Psychiatry 4(12):30-37


1999  Miyaji, N., “Women's Mental Health in Contemporary Society and Gender Sensitive Therapy,” Psychiatria et Neurologia Japonica, 101(1):3-8


1999  Miyaji, N., “Shifting Identities in Psychiatry”, Japanese Journal of Transcultural Psychiatry, 3(2):92-103


1998  Miyaji, N., Ogawa, H., Meguro, T. “Teaching Medical Students about Sexual Harassment with a Role Play Method”, Japanese Journal of Medical Education, 29(1):15-20


1998  Miyaji, N., “Current Situation and Agenda of Health and Welfare System for Foreigners in Japan”, 26(371):14-17


1998       Miyaji, N., “Men's responsibility for Impregnation”, Gendai Seimeigaku Kenkyu, 1:19-29


1998       Miyaji, N., “ How can men's responsibility for impregnation be realized in law?”, Impaction 108:144-151


1998       Miyaji, N., “At the Entrance of the field: Binding of Cultural Psychiatry”, Japanese Journal of Transcultural Psychiatry, 2(3):230-237


1998  Kobayashi, M., Miyaji, N., “Snake in Heaven: Narrative of Created Tradition in Illness Experience of a Shaman,” Japanese Journal of Transcultural Psychiatry, 2(3):220-229


1998  Miyaji, N., “Mental Health Services for Trauma Survivors”, Women's Center Osaka ed. Preventing Violence against Women, 43-57, Women's Center Osaka 


1997  Miyaji, N., Fujisaki, K., Ogawa, H., Meguro, T. “Medical Education of Occupational Health Using Simulated Patients and Role Play Method”, Japanese Journal of Medical Education, 28(2):85-89


1997  Miyaji, N., “Three Years of AMDA International Medical Information Center Kansai”, AMDA Journal of International Medical Cooperation


1997  Miyaji, N., Fukukawa, T., Mouri, I., Kobayashi, Y. “Situation and Agenda of Medical Services for Foreigners in Japan”, Daido Security Foundation Research Report, 2:299-304


1996       Miyaji, N., “Mental health of working abroad”, Roudou no Kagaku, 51:217-20


1996       Miyaji, N., “Formation of Physicians' Attitudes toward Truth-telling: Processes and Influential Factors”, Japanese Journal of Medical Education, 27(1):49-54


1996       Miyaji, N., “Confusing aspects of Informed Consent in Japanese Medicine”, Review13:11-15


1996  Miyaji, N., “Politics Surrounding the Dying”, Hayakawa, M., Morioka, M., eds. Gendai Seimeiron Kenkyu, 31-41, The International Research Center for Japanese Studies.


1996  Miyaji, N., Munakata, T., Shimizu, S., Muto, S., Minami, T., Asakura, T. “What is Mental Health Sociology?”, Journal of Japan Association of Mental Health Sociology, 2: 4-25 


1996  Yokoyama, M., Miyaji, N., Fukukawa, T., Mouri, I., Tanaka, H., et al. “The situation and the problems of medical service for foreigners in Japan”, Japanese Journal of International Health, 11(supplement):43


1995       Miyaji, N., “International Medical Assistance and Support System in Japan”, JAMIC Journal, 15(4):54-56


1995  Miyaji, N., Fukukawa, T., Tanaka, H., Mouri, I., Kido, T., Kobayashi, Y. “Conflicts and Mutual Understanding in Medicine for Foreigners in Japan”, Kenko Bunka, 1:144-153, Meiji Seimei Kousei Jigyodan


1995       Miyaji, N., “Medical Anthropology and Self-healing”, Gendai no Esprit, 335:174-183 


1995       Miyaji, N., “Ethical Doctor-Patient Relationship”, Journal of Primary Care, 18(2):125-127


1995  Miyaji, N., “Mental Health and Volunteer Activity after the earthquake,” Hoken no Kagaku, 37(10):662-666 


1995  Miyaji, N., “Truth-telling and Family in Terminal Care: Comparison of the U.S. and Japan”  Nihon Iji Shinpo, 3737:28-31 


1995  Miyaji, N., “Medical Relief Work for Crisis of AMDA International Medical Information Center Kansai,” Suganami, S. ed. Let's go! AMDA, 109-11, Kousei Kagaku Kenyu-sho 


1994  Shimizu, H., Miyaji N., Ueda, H., Yamashita, T., Arii, I., Kinoshita, M. “Sodium Valproate in Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder,” Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 23(3):363-368


1994  Yashiro, H., Higashi, A., Miyaji, N., Ozasa, S., Watanabe, N., Aoike, A., Kawai, K. “A Comparative Study of Psycho-social Factors in Peptic Ulcer Disease”, The Journal of the Japanese Society of Gastroenterology, 91(6):1075-85


1994  Miyaji, N., Higashi, A., Ozasa, S., Watanabe, N., Aoike, A., Kawai, K., “Depression, Health Status and Lifestyles of Residents of a Rural Community”, Japanese Journal of Public Health, 441(5): 452-460


1994  Miyaji, N., “Sociocultural Approach in a medical assistance project in refugee camps in East Africa: Problems and Possibilities,” The Japanese Journal of Health Behavioral Science, 9:180-199 


1994  Miyaji, N., “Japanese Doctors' Attitudes toward Life and Death as related to Their Truth-telling to Dying Patients”, Journal of Terminal Care, 4(5):427-433 & 4(6):497-504


1994       Miyaji, N., “Truth telling in the U.S.A. Chiryou”, 76(9):172-174 


1994  Miyaji, N., “Ethical Discourse of Japanese and American Physicians on Truth-telling in the Care of Dying Patients,” Japanese Journal of Bioethics, 4(2):94-99


1994       Miyaji, N., “Truth-telling and Ethics in Japanese and American Physicians”, Nihon Iji Shinpo, 3688:1-34


1993       Miyaji, N., “Culture and Medical Ethics,” Journal of Integrated Medicine, 3(3):282-283


1993       Miyaji, N., “Culture and Informed Consent,” Journal of Integrated Medicine, 3(5):479-481


1993       Miyaji, N., “About Euthanasia,” Journal of Integrated Medicine, 3(9):855-857 


1993       Miyaji, N., “New Approaches in American Medical Education”, Gendai no Esprit, 313:100-110, Shibun-do


1993  Miyaji, N., “Mental health and Illness Behavior in a Foreign Cultural Setting: A Study of Japanese Living in Boston,” The Japanese Journal of Health Behavioral Science, 8:104-126


1992  Miyaji, N., “Truth-telling in the Care of Dying Patients: From the perspective of American Physicians”, Journal of Japanese Medical Association, 108(4):623-630


1992  Miyaji, N., “Mental Health of overseas Japanese III—Starting Telephone Counseling”, Mental Health Okamoto Memorial Foundation Report, 4:303-306


1992       Miyaji, N., “Living Abroad and Stress”, Mental Health, 41:27-31


1991       Miyaji, N.: Truth-telling Among Doctors in the Care of Dying Patients—from American physicians' point of view”, Daiwa Securities Health Foundation Annual Report, P14


1991  Miyaji, N., “Mental Health of overseas Japanese II--Making of Mental Health Handbook”, Mental Health Okamoto Memorial Foundation Report, 3


1990      Miyaji, N., “Mental Health of Overseas Japanese—From a Medical Anthropological Perspective”, Mental Health Okamoto Memorial Foundation Report, 2:125-129


1989  Sugitachi, A., Hayashi, R., Kido, T., Satoh, E. and Miyaji, N. “A New Approach to Targeting Chemotherapy --Basic and Clinical Studies,” Jpn. J. Artif. Organs, 18(1):32-35

Newspaper Articles

1996       Miyaji, N., “How not drink muddy water: Life supported by systems”, Mainichi Newspaper, April 13


1995  Miyaji, N., “Need of Psychological Support for Relief Workers in Hanshin Awaji Great Earthquake”, Yomiuri Newspaper (Osaka), April 1


1995  Uchida, A., Ebe, K., Sasako, M., Miyaji, N., “Spontaneous Healing (Panel Discussion)”, Yomiuri Newspaper (Evening Edition), January 24. 


1994       Miyaji, N., “Respect for the differences in medicine for foreigners”, Yomiuri Newspaper, May 7. 


2006  Miyaji, N., Book Review of Sereny G. “Darkness of human beings,” Tokyo Newspaper, Feb. 19


2005       Miyaji, N., Book Review of Sawada A. “Memories of Nights,” Tokyo Newspaper, July 17


2005       Miyaji, N., Book Review of Nakai H., “Signs, memories and Trauma”, Journal of the Japanese Society for Traumatic Stress Studies3(1):110-111 


2000  Miyaji, N., Conference Review “Seventh Meeting of the Japanese Society of Transcultural Psychiatry”, Psychotherapy, 26(4):422-423


1997       Miyaji, N., Book Review of Abe Y., “Dream of Don Quixote”, Japanese Journal of Transcultural Psychiatry, 2(1):62-63


1996       Miyaji, N., Book Review of Kleinman A., "Illness Narratives," Japan Association for Bioethics Newsletter 11:6


1995       Miyaji, N., Journal review of "Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry." Current Oriental Medicine 16(2):168-169


2006       Miyaji, N., “The Sea Inside”  Sekai Shisou, 33:25-28 


2006  Miyaji, N., “Series of lectures for medical professionals on how to deal with domestic violence victims”, Journal of Gender Specific Medicine,  (1) 3(1):91-96, 2006  (2) 3(2):243-248, 2006 (3) 3(3):343-349, 2006 (4) 3(4):481-486, 2006


2005  Miyaji, N., “Trauma and Medical Anthropology 16 Taste and Smell of Trauma”, Kokoro no Rinshou a-la-carte, 24(2):249-252, 


2005  Miyaji, N., “Trauma and Medical Anthropology17:Touching the skin of trauma,” Trauma. Kokoro no Rinshou a-la-carte, 24(3):363-367, 


2004       Miyaji, N., “Translator’s commentary and analysis: What does sexual violence against men reveal about Japanese Society?” p428-457 in the Japanese version of Gartner R.B., Betrayed as Boys: Psychodynamic Treatment of Sexually Abused Men, published in Tokyo by Sakuhin-sha 


2005  Miyaji, N., “Commentary on ‘Hidden in plain sight: Clinical reflections on prostitution’ by Herman, J.L.”, Gendai Shisou, 33(10):215-217,


2005  Miyaji, N., “Support of domestic violence victims”, Newsletter of Musashino University Clinical Psychology Center, 9:1


2005  Miyaji N., Saotome, T., Discussions “No privilege for not knowing trauma and gender in clinics”, Sexual Science (on line journal)


2005       Miyaji, N., “Interview: What is healthy male sexuality? Deciphering myths: Review of Gartner’s book “Betrayed as boys”, Sexual Socience (on line journal) 


2005  Koumura, H., Sasaki, S., Miyaji, N. “Discussion: How can medical professionals deal with the problems of domestic violence?”, Journal of Gender Specific Medicine, 2(10):1132-1139


2004  Miyaji, N., “Preface for the special issue on gender violence and body,” Japanese Journal of Transcultural Psychiatry , 3(2):96-97, 


2004  Miyaji, N., “Interpreting specialized terms: ‘Complex PTSD’“, Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 33(12):1634-1635


2003       Miyaji, N., “Let’s explore the borderlands of academism,” Hitotsubashi Quarterly, 1:39


2002       Miyaji, N., “Before and after September 11th,” Shosai no Mado, 516:28-31


2002       Miyaji, N., “Living as aliens,” Gaiko Forum, 169:9


2002       Miyaji, N., “Concept of PTSD and Law” JSTSS NEWS vol.7 (Dec. 11 issue)


2001       Miyaji, N., “Working and mothering: Destiny of heartbreak,” Tokyo Women's Plaza News 3 


2001       Miyaji, N., “Borderlands”, Kunitachi Gakuhou, 8:4


1999  Miyaji, N., “Choice of my specialty” Nihonijishinpousha ed. Career choices for medical students , p102-103, Nihonijishinpousha 


1998       Miyaji, N., “Health policy and healthy policy” Gaiko Forum, 116:96-97


1998       Miyaji, N., “Medical anthropology and women's issues”, Newsletter of Japan Association of Mental Health Sociology, 11:1-2 


1997       Miyaji, N., “People who need help are not powerless”, Gaiko Forum, 101:122-123


1997       Miyaji, N., “You can do international cooperation in Japan”, Gaiko Forum, 105:102-103


1997       Miyaji, N., “Relief work without sensitivity causes secondary trauma”, Gaiko Forum, 108:96-97 


1997       Miyaji, N., “Global Society filled with trauma”, Gaiko Forum, 112:96-97


1996       Miyaji, N., “Patient's right to express emotional shock”, Clinician, 43(447):85-86


1995       Miyaji, N., “PTSD and the Great Hanshin Awaji Earthquake”, Seishin Preview, 55:5-8


1995       Miyaji, N., “Influence of Trauma on Women's body and Psyche”, Women's Clinic Newsletter, 120:2-3


1994       Miyaji, N., “Why I chose my specialty", Nihon Iji Shinpo Junior, 332:33


1993       Miyaji, N., “Foreign Culture and Medicine: Foreigners and Hospitals in Japan”, Yuhigaoka, 59:3


1993  Miyaji, N., “Ten Pieces of Advice for the mental health of people living abroad”, Welcome to Boston: Guidebook of daily life, p221-222, Japanese Association of Greater Boston


1992       Miyaji, N., “Mental Health in Different Cultures”, Hon, 2:36-39, Kodansha

Encyclopedia Entries

2002  Miyaji, N., “Psychosomatic Medicine,” “Psychosomatic Disease,” “Trauma,” “PTSD,”   In Sakai A et al. eds. Encyclopedia of Biomedical Ethics, Taiyo Shuppan


1999  Miyaji, N., “Biopsychosocial Model,” “Sleep Disturbance,” “Feminism,” In Japanese Society of Health Behavioral Science eds. Encyclopedia of Health Behavioral Science, p. 198, 262, and 265, Medical Friend Publishers.

Other Reports (Corporate Author)

2001  Suzuki M. ed., Mental Health Research on Japanese Living Abroad. Report on the Scientific Research Grant of the Ministry of Science and Education.


1999  Committee Report on International Communication for Children. Cabinet Secretariat,     Cabinet Councilors' Office for External Affairs, Japanese Government


1997  Nakanishi et al. Patients' Decision Making and the Roles of Nurses. Report on the Scientific Research Grant of the Ministry of Science and Education.

Popular Journal Appearances

2001  Miyaji, N., Sato, Y., Egawa, A. “Global Women: from Various Fields of the World” (Discussion), Harper's Bazaar Japanese Edition, Sep:150-153


1993  Miyaji, N., Tsujimoto, Y., Sasaki, S. “Ideal Doctor-Patient Relationship for Women's Body” (Discussion), Croissant 17(14):28-31, Magazine House Publishing


2008       Tschan, W., “Preventing of Professional Sexual Misconduct.” Japanese Journal of Traumatic Stress 6(1)89-95, 2008


2005  Herman, J.,L., “Hidden in plain sight: Clinical reflections on prostitution,” Journal of Trauma Practice, 2:1-13, 2003, (translated by Sasaki A. and Miyaji N. and published in Gendai Shisou 33(10):204-214, 2005)


2004  Gartner, R., B., Betrayed as Boys: Psychodynamic Treatment of Sexually Abused Men, NY: Guilford Press 495pages


2002  Flick, U., Introduction to Qualitative Research (One of 4 translators under the organization of Oda H.) 


2002  Cohen, B., M., Giller, E., Lynn, W., eds. Multiple Personality Disorder from the Inside Out Sidran Press, 1991


1996       Harvard Trauma Questionnaire, Japanese Version, Harvard Program in Refugee Trauma, Department of Health Policy and Management, Harvard School of Public Health 


1996  Hopkins Symptom Checklist 25, Japanese Version, Harvard Program in Refugee Trauma, Department of Health Policy and Management, Harvard School of Public Health


1989  Frances, A., Clarkin, J., Perry, S., Differential Therapeutics in Psychiatry, New York, Brunner/Mazel, 1984, Published as SEISHINKA KANBETSU CHIRYO GAKU, Seiwa Shoten (One of 12 translators under the supervision of Takaishi N.)


1997  Miyaji, N., “Formation of Physicians' Attitudes toward Truth-telling: Processes and Influential Factors”, Foreign Medical Sciences, 18(3):37-39, Shanghai

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