青年期における「フォーカシング的態度」と精神的健康度との関連: -「体験過程尊重尺度」(The Focusing Manner Scale;FMS)作成の試み-

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    Abstract

    The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship 
    between learning  Focusing and mental health . The Focusing
    Manner Scale(FMS )which measures the Focusing attitude on daily
    life was administered and mental health states was measured
    by GHQ-60(The General Health Questionnaire )among 116 
    university students. Factor analysis of FMS identified three
    dimensions of Focusing Manner , and internal consistency was
    measured by Cronbach's alpha(α=0.826). The results show that
    the FMS negatively correlates well with those scales of the
    GHQ (r=-.395、p<.0001)that reflect "Anxiety and Sleep
    Disturbance" , "Social Dysfunction" , " Depression" .
    To assessed the effect of learning Focusing, 9 university
    students were administered GHQ and FMS at the monthly Focusing
    workshop for beginners . There were session's effects and
    improvement on both measures. Findings indicate a decrease
    in GHQ scores. It is concluded that learning Focusing was
    correlated with mental health in adolescent.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)580-587
    JournalJournal of Japanese clinical psychology
    Volume20(6)
    Publication statusPublished - 2003

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