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Takashi Tsubakita


Takashi Tsubakita


Dr. Takashi Tsubakita is a Professor in Faculty of Management in NUCB where he has taught since 2002. He received a Ph.D. in Human and Environmental Studies from Kyoto University (Kyoto, Japan) in 2005. He is a Certified Clinical Psychologist and studies Clinical and Educational Psychology.

Research Interests

Clinical Psychology

Final Education

Ph.D., Kyoto University

Awards & Honours

  • (2019) Encouraging prize. The Development Engineering Society of Japan

Academic Papers

  • Takashi Tsubakita (2022) Climate anxiety, wellbeing and pro-environmental action: correlates of negative emotional responses to climate change in 32 countries. Journal of Environmental Psychology 84
  • Takashi Tsubakita (2022) Comparison of the inter-item correlations of the Big Five Inventory-10 (BFI-10) between Western and non-Western contexts. Personality and Individual Differences 196
  • Takashi Tsubakita (2021) Pollution-Aware Walking in 16 Countries: An Application of the Theory of Planned Behaviour (TPB). Journal of Transport & Health 22
  • Takashi Tsubakita (2021) Alcohol-impaired Walking in 16 Countries: A Theory-Based Investigation. Accident Analysis & Prevention (159) :0001-4575
  • Takashi Tsubakita (2021) Negative emotions about climate change are related to insomnia symptoms and mental health: Cross-sectional evidence from 25 countries. Current psychology
  • Takashi Tsubakita (2020) Utilizing the Intellectual Heritage of the General Education(12). Journal of Japan Association for College and University Education 42 (2)
  • Takashi Tsubakita (2020) Assessing Knowledge-Based and Perceived Health Literacy Among Japanese Adolescents: A Cross-Sectional Study. Global Pediatric Health 7
  • Takashi Tsubakita (2019) Effectiveness of non-expert idea creation activities for product development. Development Engineering 39 (1)
  • Takashi Tsubakita (2017) Item response theory analysis of the Utrecht Work Engagement Scale for Students (UWES-S) using a sample of Japanese university and college students majoring medical science, nursing, and natural science. BMC Research Notes
  • Takashi Tsubakita (2017) A New Functional Health Literacy Scale for Japanese Young Adults Based on Item Response Theory. Asia Pacific Journal of Public Health :1010-5395


  • (2020) Development of the care-literacy scale for technical interns for nursing home. Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Primary Researcher

Book & Case Publishing

  • Junich Nishimura & Mari Hirano (2019) Psychology of Lifelong Development. Nakanishiya Publishing