Papers

Refreed Journal Publications
 

      (A) Journal Articles & Proceedings (refereed)
 

 

  1. Takaoka, K., Yamazaki, K., Sakurai, E., Yamashita, K., and Motomura, Y, (2018). Development of an Integrated AI Platform and an Ecosystem for Daily Life, Business and Social Problems. The Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics International 2018, Springer.
     

  2. Takaoka, K., Niitsu, T., Suzuki, S., Kono, A., Nakazato, M., Shimizu, E., (2017). The association of PTSD risk with help-seeking behavior: A cross-sectional study of earthquake and tsunami survivors in Japan, Traumatology, http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/trm0000138
     

  3. Does “resilience” buffer the impact of childhood maltreatment on onset of future mental health impairment? : A literature review" (in press) was accepted and will appear in "Japanese Journal of Child Abuse and Neglect" vol. 19. (in Japanese)
     

  4. Tanaka, M., Suzuki, Y. E., Aoyama, I., Takaoka, K., & MacMillan, H. L. (2017). Child sexual abuse in Japan: A systematic review and future directions. Child Abuse & Neglect. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.chiabu.2017.02.041
     

  5. Takaoka, K., Mizoguchi, F., Wada, I., Nakazato, M., Shiraishi, T.,  Ando, S., Iyo, M., and Shimizu, E., (2016), How parents suspected of child maltreatment change their cognition and behavior: A process model of outreach and child protection, generated via grounded theory. Children and Youth Services Review, 71, 257–265.
     

  6. Takaoka, K., Wada, I., (2016). Creating and utilizing a mutual database for child abuse and neglect in Japan: International literature review., Japanese Journal of Child Abuse and Neglect, 18, 1, 93-99.
     

  7. Kobori, O., Nakazato, M., Yoshinaga, N., Shiraishi, T., Takaoka, K., Nakagawa, A., Iyo, M., Shimizu, E. (2014). Transporting Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) Project to Japan: Preliminary observations and service evaluation in Chiba. Journal of Mental Health Training, Education

    and Practice, 9, 155-166.

  8. Niitsu. T, Takaoka, K., Uemura S., Kono, A., Saito, A., Kawakami, N., Nakazato, M., & Shimizu, E. The psychological impact of a dual-disaster caused by earthquakes and radioactive contamination in Ichinoseki after the Great East Japan Earthquake. BMC Research Notes 2014, 7:307 doi: 10.1186/1756-0500-7-307.
     

  9. Takaoka, K. (2010). What is the aim of Intervention in Child maltreatment by Clinical Workers Team of Child Protect Service in Japan: From conflicts between difficult Parents and Clinical Workers. Japanese Journal of Clinical Psychology, 10, 4,561-572.
     

  10. Takaoka, K. (2010). The conflicts that occur between parents and the child protective services under the condition of intervention against child abuse and neglect: From the perspectives of child social workers and child psychologists in the framework of conflictive relation. Japanese Journal of Community Psychology, 13, 2, 104-120.
     

  11. Takaoka, K. (2010). Child Protective Service clinicians’ approach to the conflict between themselves and parents in child maltreatment: outreach approach as the first step to developing a relationships with parents. Journal of Japanese Clinical Psychology, 28, 5,665-676.
     

  12. Takaoka, K., Miyota, K., Kageyama, T., & Sakamoto, Y. (2013). Response to child sexual abuse in child guidance centres: Focused on forensic interview. Journal of Tokyo public health welfare medical conference for award of excellent presentations, 8, 74-85.
     

  13. Takaoka, K., Kasuya, H., & Fukushima, T. (2013).  Therapeutic response to clients’ anger toward therapists: development of a model from the task-analytic consensual qualitative research. Japanese Journal of Clinical Psychology, 13, 2, 391-400.

 


(B) Books
 

  1. Takaoka, K. (2013). Outreach to child abuse and neglect: Difficult case management for multi-disciplinary team.  University of Tokyo Press, Tokyo, Japan.

    ISBN978-4-13-016116-9
     

(C) Book Chapter
 

  1. Takaoka, K. (in press).  The better way of outreach and Multi-disciplinary team to reduce child maltreatment. In Japanese community psychology association. (Eds), Wordmap Community Psychology: Approach from Field Research. Shinyosya, Tokyo, Japan.
     

  2. Takaoka, K. (2016). Outreach, In Shimoyama.H., & Yoshifumi. N.(Eds), Tokyo, Igakushoin. Ko-nin-shinrishi hikkei seishin iryorinsyo shinri no tishiki to gihou, (pp. 231-233).
     

  3. Takaoka, K. (2016). Support group, In Shimoyama.H., & Yoshifumi. N.(Eds), Tokyo, Igakushoin. Ko-nin-shinrishi hikkei seishin iryorinsyo shinri no tishiki to gihou, (pp. 233-234).
     

  4. Takaoka, K. (2014). Chapter 3-1. Outreach and multi-disciplinary team for child trauma. In Tomoda, A., Sugiyama, T., & Taniike, M. (Eds.), Tokyo, Shindantochiryosya. Child’s PTSD: For diagnosis and treatment. (pp.178−183).
     

  5. Takaoka, K. (2014). Forensic interview for child sexual abuse. In Tomoda, A., Sugiyama, T., & Taniike, M. (Eds.), Tokyo, Shindantochiryosya. Child’s PTSD: For diagnosis and treatment. (pp.184-189).
     

  6. Takaoka, K. (2014). Cognitive Behavior Therapy for child trauma. In Tomoda, A., Sugiyama, T., & Taniike, M. (Eds.), Tokyo, Shindantochiryosya. Child’s PTSD: For diagnosis and treatment. (pp.269-274).
     

  7. Takaoka, K. (2011). Outreach. In the association of Japanese clinical psychology (Eds.), Encyclopedia of clinical psychology. Tokyo, Maruzenshuppan. (pp.636-637).
     

  8. Takaoka, K. (2010). Review of “Making contact: Uses of language in psychotherapy”. In Shimayama, H. (Eds.), Clinical psychology book guide: 93 books for prospective clinical psychologists. Tokyo, Seishinshobou. (pp.78-79).



 

Non-Refreed Publications
 

  1. Nagae, M., Takaoka, K., Tsuchida, S., Furusawa, A., Sakamoto, R., Eguti, T., (2017)  Special Issue: International trends about forensic nurse: Field report on prevention, treatment, and recovery in North America, Japanese Journal of Forensic nurse, 3, 2, pp57-83.
     

  2. Wada, I., Takaoka, K. (2016). Through the International congress of prevention for child abuse and neglect in 2014, Japan: Importance of reasonable and efficient system to support practitioners who save children, Japanese Journal of Pediatrics.
     

  3. Takaoka, K. (2016). Multi-disciplinary and agency network for child sexual abuse,  Japanese Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 57, 5, 730-737.
     

  4. Takaoka, K. (2016) Chapter 11. Multnomah County MDT Day, pp40-47., Yamada,

    F ed., Report of sitevisits in Multonomar county, Portland, Oregon. 

  5. Takaoka, K. (2016). What Japan should do to reform multi-disciplinary agencies for protection of children from maltreatment environment: New ideas on multi-dicsiplinary team in foreign countiries. (Kodomo wo hutekisetsu na youiku kara mamorutameni nihon ga subeki sosiki-kaikaku toha? : Kaigaijirei nimiru aratana takikan-renkei no aidea). α synodos, Vol. 205, pp112-159.
     

  6. Takaoka, K. (2016). The role of child advocacy centres. Pediatric Internal Medicine, 48, 2, pp171.
     

  7. Takaoka, K. (2015). Outreach skill. Japanese Jounal of Clinical Psychology, 15, 6, 718-721.
     

  8. Takaoka, K. (2015). Expected pediatrician's role in foster care. Tokyo Peadiatrics report(東京小児科医会報), 33, 3, 38-41.
     

  9. Takaoka, K. (2014). Brand new mindset for child abuse and neglect. Japanese Journal of Mind and Society, 45, 2, 133-138.
     

  10. Takaoka, K. (2014). Evaluation and comprehensive support for hidden sexual abuse cases. Japanese Journal of Psychiatric Treatment, 29, 5, 621-625.
     

  11. Takaoka, K. (2014). Outreach in child abuse and neglect. Japanese Journal of Psychotherapy, 40, 2, 223-226.
     

  12. Oshiro, K., Kobori, O., Takaoka, K., & Shimizu, E. (2012). Case study of cognitive behavior therapy for patient who has recurrent Obsessive Compulsive Disorder after leaving hospital. Japanese Journal of Psychotherapy, 6, 847-858.
     

  13. Takaoka, K., & Shimizu, E. (2012). Psychological intervention cooperating with medical stuffs: Focused on assessment. Japanese Journal of Clinical Psychology, 68, 175-179.
     

  14. Takaoka, K., & Shimoyama, H. (2012). Cognitive behavior therapy and community approach for grief of disaster victims. Japanese Journal of Psychotherapy, 38, 30-34.
     

  15. Takaoka, K., Sakimitsu, T., & Ogura, K. (2011). Speaking to parents who hesitate to seek support: Review of the articles on population approach regarding with child abuse prevention program. University of Tokyo Bulletin on Clinical Psychology, 34, 99-107.
     

  16. Takaoka, K., Fujikoka, I., Sueki, H., Kawasaki, M., Kawasaki, R., Tsuda, Y. & Shimoyama, H. (2010). Society and clinical psychology: Perspectives from academic study groups. University of Tokyo Bulletin on Clinical Psychology, 33, 88-94.
     

  17. Takaoka, K. (2009). When families have their own need to go to clinics: From description of mothers who have Autism Spectrum child. University of Tokyo Bulletin on Clinical Psychology, 32, 82-89.
     

  18. Takaoka, K. (2009). The research process and future prospects on outreach skills about child abuse. University of Tokyo Bulletin on Faculty of Education, 48, 185-192.
     

  19. Takaoka, K. (2008). Case study of psychotherapy for Asperger Syndrome and social withdraw that middle school students have (2): Through his deep knowledge of Syogi Japanese chess and talking swayed reality. Graduate School at the University of Osaka Bulletin on Clinical Psychology, 14, 50-58.
     

  20. Takaoka, K. (2007). Case study of psychotherapy for Asperger syndrome and social withdraw that middle school students have. Graduate School at the University of Osaka Bulletin on Clinical Psychology, 11, 124-132.
     



 

Technical Reports
 

  1. Shimoyama, H., Inada, S., Matsumaru, M., & Takaoka, K., (2015). Education curriculum of  Kosei rodo kagaku kenkyuuhi hojyokin buntan kenkyu houkokusyo H26-tokubetsu-shitei-011, 103-115.

    psychologist in medical fields of Western countries (Japanese).

  2. Takaoka, K. (2014). Effective Decision-Making Support for Intervention of Child Abuse and Neglect: Using Information-Communication-Technology, The LINK Newsletter, ISPCAN, 24, 3, pp4-5.
    https://c.ymcdn.com/sites/ispcan.site-ym.com/resource/resmgr/LINK/LINK_23.3_FINAL.pdf

     

  3. Takaoka. K., (2014). Guideline Child Abuse and Neglect: Child First Doctrine & Multi-Disciplinary Team, Koto-ku, pp 2 & 32.
     

  4. Takaoka. K., (2014). Guideline Child Abuse and Neglect: Interviewing Children & Column for Child Sexual Abuse, Chiyoda-ku, pp14-16. 
     

  5. Wada, I., Takaoka, K., & Isumi, A.  (2014). Report of effective research about the common sense parenting programs “Soda-ren”. Japan Child and Family Research Institute.
     

  6. Nomura, T., Isogae, F., Sakairi, K., Takaoka, K., Nakatani, M., Furuhata, A., Yamamoto, T., Ihara, T., Ebihara, Y., Nishizawa, T., & Hirasawa, M. (2010). Research on responding to parents who have conflicts in child abuse cases: Guideline and questionnaire. Kodomo-Mirai-Zaidan. 
     

  7. Yamamoto, T., Yagi, S., Masuzawa, K., Tsuruoka, H., Arimura, D., Nagano, S., Itakura, T., Takaoka, K., Sato, K., Niiro, T., Hachinohe, H. (2011). Research on investigation and care for child pornography victims. Kodomo-Mirai-Zaidan.
     

  8. Kikkawa, T., Oshita, T., Kasahara, M., Kobayashi, M., Takaoka, K., Hatou, K., Hirosawa, I., Yamato, T., & Nishimura, Y. (2013). Prevention of student suicide and support: Message from Psychiatrists to School. Tokyo suicide prevention project, C/O NPO Mental care.
     

  9. Yamamoto, T., Yagi, S., Masuzawa, T., Naka, M., Narahara, S., Oki, Y., Arimura, D., Nagano, S., Itakura, T., Takaoka, K., Maruyama, K., Sato, K., Niiro, T., Tsuruoka, H., Tashiro, M., Uemiya, A., Tanabe, Y., Takeda, T., & Hachinohe, H. (2013).  Research about professionalism on first investigation and interview for children in child support, and intervention social work for child safety in child abuse and neglect. Kodomo-Mirai-Zaidan Bulletin.
     

  10. Takaoka, K., & Mizogushi, F. (2013). Child development. In Munese, T(Eds.), Sexual assault response network  Start in Kanagawa. Textbook of medical responders and advocators against sexual assault in Kanagawa, 24, 1-10.

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