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My undestanding of Shinkeishitu-sho from a new angle developed after succeeding Dr. Morita (Plemary Lecture 1) Takehisa Kora 133`134
Morita's concept of Thought in contradiction (Primary Lecture 2) Takeo Doi 135`137
Morita Therapy and I (President Lecture) Kenshiro Ohara 138`143
Helpful therapisit responses and impact themes: A study of client experiences of Morita therapy sessions (Symposium 1: Morita Therapy in Different Countries 1) Isyu Ishiyama 144`158
Morita and Naikan therapies - similarities (Symposium 1: Morita Therapy in Different Countries 1) David K.. Reynolds 159`163
Interaction of Morita therapy and Western psychotherapy (Symposium 1: Morita Therapy in Different Countries 1) Jay P. Lane, et al. 164`167
"Self-consciousness, other-consciousness, and interpersonal-anxiety in ""shinkeishitu"" patients (Symposium 1: Morita Therapy in Different Countries 1)" Shin-ichi Usa, et al. 168`177
Personal views on how to practice Morita therapy - Taking into consideration its application to foreigners (Symposium 1: Morita Therapy in Different Countries 1) Tomonori Suzuki 178`182
On the meaning of Toraware (being Mentally captive) and Sunano (compliance) in Morita therapy (Symposium 1: Morita Therapy in Different Countries 1) Chihiro Fujita 183`187
Mental self-conflict - The clinical characteristic of Morita shikeisitsu-sho (Sympozium 2: Morita Therapy in Different Coutries 2) KangCheng-jun, et al. 188`189
Morita therapy from a transcultural psychiatric view (Sympozium 2: Morita Therapy in Different Coutries 2) Kenji Kitanishi 190`194
Overcoming GI diseases (Sympozium 2: Morita Therapy in Different Coutries 2) Tsuneo Okamoto 195`197
The effects of Morita therapy and rational-emotive therapy treatment on eating-disorder perceptions and locus of control in mature-age woman Peg LeVine 198`219
An analysis of Morita therapy in comparison to competing alternative adjunctive therapies in the treatment of cancer and mentally ill patients Burbara R. Bogart, et al. 220`223
The possibility of the application of Morita therapy to the borderline cases Koh Tamai, et al. 224`230
Psychotherapy (neomoritaism) for chronic middle stage schizophrenia Teruchika Aritome 231`232
The application of Morita principle to work with HIV-infected clients Gregory Willms 233`236
Morita therapy for the well towards a superior life Patricia R. Madson 236`238
Application of Morita therapy for cancer and intractable disease Jinrou Itami 239`241
Morita therapy training in America Ronald W. Madson 242`244
Applying Eastern psychotherapy to a Western context - A model of Morita therapy on a career issue used in Canada M. Honore France 245`250
Applicable symptoms and personality of Morita therapy Lee Zhen-Tao, et al. 251`254
Possibility of Moritatherapy in German-Speaking countries Naoki Watanabe, et al. 255`258
Morita-Like aproach to psychotherapy for Tokyo small-industry downtown district inhabitants - with focus on people after middle life Mamoru Onishi, et al. 259`261
Freud and Morita - Towards a comparative approach Isabelle Daulte 262`264
Interaction of Morita therapy with Ellis' rational-emotive therapy in health promotion and behavioral medicine Kelleher William J. et al. 265`279
Current status of research on Morita therapy Katsumasa Miyasato, et al. 279`283
Morita-Psychotherapy and psychiratric-rehbilitation Susumu Maruyama 284`286
Exploring group models for teaching the principles of Morita therapy Gregg Krech 287`293
Objective evaluation of the clinical characterisitics of Morita sinkeisitsu - Studies using multidimensional evaluation and scoring Kazuyuki Hashimoto, et al. 294`300
Analysis of shinkeisitsu inpatients' interpersonal relations - result from a questionaire administrated at the time of discharge Kei Nakamura, et al. 301`309
The value of "sokatsu" in Morita therapy group learning Mitsuto Saito, et al. 310`312
Constructive living workshop for high school students having problems in school Barbara Sarah, et al. 313`315
The characterological characteristics of Morita shinkeishitsu and therapeutic effectiveness of Morita therapy - Using the MMPI as an index Toshiki Toyohara, et al. 316`321
Evaluation of characteristics of Morita shinkeishitsu and heading process by projective methods Ryouichi Hoshino, et al. 322`328
The unfolding future of Morita therapy - Personal reflections on the first international congress of Morita therapy (Impressions on the Congress) Isyu Ishiyama 329`331