Yuji Ogihara / 荻原 祐二
Yuji Ogihara / 荻原 祐二
Aoyama Gakuin University / 青山学院大学
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Personal or interpersonal construal of happiness: A cultural psychological perspective
Y Uchida, Y Ogihara
International Journal of Wellbeing 2 (4), 2012
Does individualism bring happiness? Negative effects of individualism on interpersonal relationships and happiness
Y Ogihara, Y Uchida
Frontiers in Psychology 5, 135, 2014
Temporal changes in individualism and their ramification in Japan: Rising individualism and conflicts with persisting collectivism
Y Ogihara
Frontiers in Psychology 8, 695, 2017
Are common names becoming less common? The rise in uniqueness and individualism in Japan
Y Ogihara, H Fujita, H Tominaga, S Ishigaki, T Kashimoto, A Takahashi, ...
Frontiers in Psychology 6, 1490, 2015
The rise in individualism in Japan: Temporal changes in family structure, 1947-2015
Y Ogihara
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 49 (8), 1219-1226, 2018
The developmental trajectory of self-esteem across the life span in Japan: Age differences in scores on the Rosenberg self-esteem scale from adolescence to old age
Y Ogihara, T Kusumi
Frontiers in Public Health 8, 132, 2020
Cultural construal of wellbeing–Theories and empirical evidence
Y Uchida, Y Ogihara, S Fukushima
Global Handbook of Quality of Life, 823-837, 2015
Cultural construal of happiness: Cultural psychological perspectives and future direction of happiness research
Y Uchida, Y Ogihara
Japanese Psychological Review 55 (1), 26-42, 2012
Economic shifts and cultural changes in individualism: A cross-temporal perspective
Y Ogihara
In A. Uskul & S. Oishi (Eds.), Socioeconomic Environment and Human …, 2018
Losing confidence over time: Temporal changes in self-esteem among older children and early adolescents in Japan, 1999-2006
Y Ogihara, Y Uchida, T Kusumi
SAGE Open 6 (3), 1-8, 2016
Characteristics and patterns of uncommon names in present-day Japan
Y Ogihara
Journal of Human Environmental Studies 13 (2), 177-183, 2015
How do Japanese perceive individualism? Examination of the meaning of individualism in Japan
Y Ogihara, Y Uchida, T Kusumi
Psychologia 57 (3), 213-223, 2014
The pattern of age differences in self-esteem is similar between males and females in Japan: Gender differences in developmental trajectories of self-esteem from childhood to …
Y Ogihara
Cogent Psychology 7, 1756147, 2020
Direct evidence of the increase in unique names in Japan: The rise of individualism
Y Ogihara
Current Research in Behavioral Sciences 2, 100056, 2021
Unique names in China: Insights from research in Japan—Commentary: Increasing need for uniqueness in contemporary China: Empirical evidence
Y Ogihara
Frontiers in Psychology 11, 2136, 2020
A decline in self-esteem in adults over 50 is not found in Japan: Age differences in self-esteem from young adulthood to old age
Y Ogihara
BMC Research Notes 12, 274, 2019
I know the name well, but cannot read it correctly: Difficulties in reading recent Japanese names
Y Ogihara
Humanities and Social Sciences Communications 8, 151, 2021
The change in self-esteem among middle school students in Japan, 1989-2002
Y Ogihara
Psychology 7, 1343-1351, 2016
Age differences in self-liking in Japan: The developmental trajectory of self-esteem from elementary school to old age
Y Ogihara
Letters on Evolutionary Behavioral Science 7 (1), 33-36, 2016
Common names decreased in Japan: Further evidence of an increase in individualism
Y Ogihara
Experimental Results 3, e5, 2022
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