Anxiety, depression, and a sense of acceptance in female Japanese university students

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Miho Asai
Daiki Kato
Cite this article:  Asai, M., & Kato, D. (2014). Anxiety, depression, and a sense of acceptance in female Japanese university students. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 42(7), 1167-1174.


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We examined the relationships among anxiety, depression, and a sense of acceptance (Ibasho) in a group of female Japanese undergraduate students (N = 194). The results showed that their scores for state anxiety, trait anxiety, and depression differed significantly according to their Ibasho scores. In addition, multiple comparisons showed that the values for the group with a low Ibasho score were significantly higher than those for groups with Ibasho scores in the middle and high range, and that the values for the middle group were higher than those for the high group.

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