Kota Ebina's research while affiliated with Kanazawa University and other places

Publications (4)

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Cognitive reserve is the capacity to cope with cognitive decline due to brain damage caused by neurological diseases. Premorbid IQ has been investigated as a proxy for cognitive reserve. To date, no study has focused on the effects of premorbid IQ in patients with brain tumors, considering the damage to white matter tracts. We investigated whether...
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Cognitive reserve is the capacity to cope with cognitive decline due to brain damage caused by neurological diseases. Premorbid IQ has been investigated as a proxy for cognitive reserve. To date, no study has focused on the effects of premorbid IQ in patients with brain tumors, considering the damage to white matter tracts. We investigated whether...
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Engaging in leisure activities promotes mental health. The effect is likely associated with resilience as the broaden‐and‐build theory suggests positive emotions elicited from leisure increase mental resources for stress coping. The present research examined whether participating in different leisure activities at a given time increases the level o...
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Background Patients with schizophrenia are unaware of their cognitive impairments. Misperception of cognitive impairment is an important factor associated with real-world functional outcomes in patients with schizophrenia. The patient’s family member plays a crucial role in detecting patients’ cognitive impairments when the patients are unaware of...

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... Two online surveys conducted before (January 2020) and after (February 2021) the outbreak of the pandemic were performed in a contrasting cultural context in Japan (Takiguchi et al., 2023). The aim was to explain how leisure activities developed over time and whether this affected psychosocial well-being. ...