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Tsuyoshi Okuhara

Publications in English

  1. Okuhara T., Ishikawa H., Goto E., Okada M., Kato M., Kiuchi T. Processing fluency effect of a leaflet for breast and cervical cancer screening: a randomized controlled study in Japan. Psychology, Health & Medicine. 2018. In Press.
  2. Okuhara T., Ishikawa H., Okada M., Kato M., Kiuchi T. A qualitative analysis of the beliefs of Japanese anti-influenza vaccination website authors. Heliyon. 2018;4:e00609.
  3. Okuhara T., Ishikawa H., Okada M., Kato M., Kiuchi T. Persuasiveness of Statistics and Patients’ and Mothers’ Narratives in Human Papillomavirus Vaccine Recommendation Messages: A Randomized Controlled Study in Japan. Frontiers in Public Health. 2018;6:105.
  4. Okuhara T., Ishikawa H., Okada M., Kato M., Kiuchi T. Japanese anti- versus pro-influenza vaccination websites: a text mining analysis. Health Promotion International. 2018. In Press.
  5. Okuhara T., Ishikawa H., Okada M., Kato M., Kiuchi T. How to attract interest in health materials: lessons from psychological studies. Health. 2018;10(4):422-433.
  6. Ishikawa H.,Yamaguchi I., Nutbeam D., Kato M., Okuhara T., Okada M., Kiuchi T. Improving health literacy in a Japanese community population: A pilot study to develop an educational program. Health Expectations (in press)
  7. Kato, M., Ono, N., Ishikawa, H., Okuhara, T., Okada, M., & Kiuchi, T. Lessons learned from previous environmental health crises: Narratives of patients with Minamata disease in TV documentaries as the main media outlet. Cogent Arts & Humanities, 5(1), 1447780.
  8. Okuhara T., Ishikawa H., Okada M., Kato M., Kiuchi T. Beliefs underlying messages of anti-cancer-screening websites in Japan: a qualitative analysis. Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention. 2017;19(2):427-433.
  9. Goto E., Ishikawa H., Okuhara T., Okada M., Kato M., Kiuchi T. Factors associated with adherence to recommendations to visit a physician after annual health checkups among Japanese employees: a cross-sectional observational study. Industrial Health. 2017. In Press.
  10. Okuhara T., Ishikawa H., Okada M., Kato M., Kiuchi T. Contents of Japanese pro- and anti-HPV vaccination websites: A text mining analysis. Patient Education and Counseling. 2017;101(3):406-413.
  11. Okuhara T., Ishikawa H., Okada M., Kato M., Kiuchi T. Readability comparison of pro- and anti-HPV-vaccination online messages in Japan. Patient Education and Counseling. 2017; 10(10): 1859-1866.
  12. Okuhara T., Ishikawa H., Okada M., Kato M., Kiuchi T. Designing persuasive health materials using processing fluency: a literature review. BMC Research Notes. 2017; 10:198.
  13. Okuhara T., Ishikawa H., Okada M., Kato M., Kiuchi T. Assertions of Japanese Websites for and Against Cancer Screening: a Text Mining Analysis. Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention. 2017; 18(4): 1069-1075.
  14. Kato M., Ishikawa H., Okuhara T., Okada M., Kiuchi T. Mapping research on health topics presented in prime-time TV dramas in ‘developed’ countries: A literature review. Cogent Social Science. 2017; 3(1).
  15. Okuhara T., Ishikawa H., Okada M., Kato M., Kiuchi T. A readability comparison of anti- versus pro-influenza vaccination online messages in Japan. Preventive Medicine Reports. 2017; 6: 47-52.
  16. Okuhara T., Ishikawa H., Okada M., Kato M., Kiuchi T. Readability comparison of pro- and anti-cancer screening online messages in Japan. Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention. 2017; 17(12): 6137-6142.
  17. Hosokawa C., Ishikawa H., Okada M., Kato M., Okuhara T., Kiuchi T. The relationship of gender role orientation with health literacy and self-efficacy for healthy eating among Japanese workers in early adulthood. Frontiers in Nutrition. 2016; 3(17).
  18. Okuhara T., Ishikawa H., Okada H., Kiuchi T. Readability, suitability, and health content assessment of cancer screening announcements in municipal newsletters in Japan. Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention. 2015; 16 (15): 6719-27.
  19. Okuhara T., Ishikawa H., Okada H., Kiuchi T. Identification of gain- and loss-framed cancer screening messages that appeared in municipal newsletters in Japan. BMC Research Notes. 2014; 7(1): 896.

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