Bulletin of Kochi Gakuen College
Online ISSN : 2433-6440
Print ISSN : 0389-4088
Volume 32
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  • Type: Cover
    2001 Volume 32 Pages Cover1-
    Published: December 25, 2001
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    2001 Volume 32 Pages Toc1-
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  • Hitoshi Yoshimura, Emiko Ozawa
    Type: Article
    2001 Volume 32 Pages 1-9
    Published: December 25, 2001
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    This study examined the relationships between self-assertion and irrational belief in relation to interpersonal behaviors. Subjects were 71 college students. The research was conducted by means of a questionnaire and the following significant results were obtained. Both of members, who could not assert themselves clearly (Non-assertion group), and members, who had irrational belief (Irrational belief group), were not secure as to their interpersonal relations. In addition, the self-handicapping scores of the irrational group were higher than those of the rational belief group. Moreover, the irrational belief group belonging to the non-assertion group was more exhausted both in mind and body than the rational belief group. The above results suggested that self-assertion might be important social skills in relation to interpersonal behaviors. In order to assert themselves clearly, they should think rationally.
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  • Hitoshi Yoshimura
    Type: Article
    2001 Volume 32 Pages 11-20
    Published: December 25, 2001
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    This study examined relationships between attributions to "theory of mind" and settling strategies in young children's conflicts. Subjects were 48 kindergartners. The research was conducted by the interview method. The following significant results were obtained. 5-year-old children, who could interpret a strong child's belief and wish correctly (BD-group), attributed his/her intention to no malice. But 4-year-old children attributed a strong child's intention to malice independent of the styles of attributions to "theory of mind". And 4-year-old children of the BD-group tried to quarrel with him/her. The above results suggest that the relationships between styles of the attribution to "theory of mind" and settling strategies in interpersonal conflicts are not applicable to 4-year-old children.
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  • Hitoshi Yoshimura
    Type: Article
    2001 Volume 32 Pages 21-30
    Published: December 25, 2001
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    This study examined sex differences of the relationships between children's social behaviors and sociometric status in their classrooms in early childhood. Subjects were 38 four-year-old and 35 five-year-old children. Social behaviors were investigated by means of a questionnaire, and measured by their homeroom teachers. Sociometric status in children's classroom was investigated by the interview method with the interviewer asking each child the names of friends whom he/she wanted to play with. Their sociometric status groups were classified into the H-group and the L-group according to the mean point of chosen numbers. The following significant results were obtained. Many roommates chose five-year-old boys who could take the leadership as playmates. And they chose five-year-old boys who were cooperative, too. The above results suggested that boys should take a leadership and be cooperative in order to adjust to the peer group.
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  • Fumiko Konishi, Kazu Matsumoto, Akio Funahashi, Takatomo Kumeda
    Type: Article
    2001 Volume 32 Pages 31-37
    Published: December 25, 2001
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    The heavy motion of sport causes damage to myofibril. Three Amino Acids (Leucine, Isoleucine and Valine) such as BCAA (Branched Chain Amino Acids), Arginine and Glutamine can be recovered as they originally were. So the sport player who always wishes to recover immediately from a minimal muscular fissure of myofibril can be recovered by cooking meals based on this list.
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  • Michi Furuya, Kazuko Nakayama, Asako Muraoka, Shiro Awata
    Type: Article
    2001 Volume 32 Pages 39-50
    Published: December 25, 2001
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    To investigate the physical activity levels and health-related physical factors of college students, we asked 98 female students at Food and Nutrition Course of Kochi Gakuen College to participate in this study. To estimate a daily energy expenditure, subjects completed self-administered exercise history questionnaire (SEHQ) and wore an accelerometer (Life Corder). The average of daily energy expenditure estimated from SEHQ were 2,032 kcal on weekday and 1,861 kcal on weekend. Whereas the average of daily energy expenditure from the accelerometer were 1,758 kcal on weekday and 1,705 kcal on weekend. These results showed that subjects were more active on weekday than on weekend. The energy expenditure spent in work and housework on weekend was more than twice as that on weekday. The mean time spent in exercises was only 1.4 minutes per day. The average daily step counts was about 6,000. The physical fitness level was predicted using a programmed physical fitness test by aerobike. More than 50% of the subjects were classified into the low level on physical fitness. On body mass index, 9%, 85% and 3% of the students were classified as under weight, normal and over weight, respectively. But, on percentage of body fat, 7%, 76% and 20% of the students were classified as lean, normal and adiposity, respectively. This result indicated that some students were adiposity but not over weight. On the bone density, about 90% of the students were classified as healthy.
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  • Mika Takebayashi, Tomiko Ageta
    Type: Article
    2001 Volume 32 Pages 51-65
    Published: December 25, 2001
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    Every institution of higher education is actively introducing computer education for new students. But in the process of teaching students how to use computers, there was found to be a great difference in the ability of the students in regard to computer processing of information. Among the students entering our school as well, there was found to be a pronounced difference in ability to process information. Because of this, from this year we decided to try the use of individual instruction in computer education for our incoming students in our Department of Medical Technology. In this paper, we introduce the methodology behind individual instruction for large number of students. We also examine the content and effect of this instruction in computer education. Generally, simultaneous instructions are given for large groups in computer education. But individual instruction is more appropriate to handle the great differences in ability in processing of information. It is indeed possible to teach a large number of students uslng individual instruction by means of a school-wide network system. Various types of educational helps were tried for freshmen in the Department of Medical Technology. A survey was also taken to make clear the effectiveness of the instruction. According to the results of the survey and recording of scores in typing, individual instruction of the students had a certain amount of success. The efforts made in the teaching of keyboard typing and in the choice of the teaching materials were well received by the students.
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  • Rie Uraki, Toshiko Yamauchi, Fumie Uchida, Sakiko Ohkawa, Hiroko Okamu ...
    Type: Article
    2001 Volume 32 Pages 67-73
    Published: December 25, 2001
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    Recently, there are many books written about many kinds of diet methods. Many of them seem to be injurious to the health or not to get enough effect. We examined whether it is possible or not to propose a better method for diet. We concluded that it is important for the subject to know an elementary knowledge about nutrition and physiology and to lead an active life always taking the seven items into consideration.
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  • Type: Appendix
    2001 Volume 32 Pages 75-76
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    2001 Volume 32 Pages 77-
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    2001 Volume 32 Pages 78-
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    2001 Volume 32 Pages 79-
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  • Type: Appendix
    2001 Volume 32 Pages 81-89
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    2001 Volume 32 Pages App1-
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