(Last updated : 2022-02-05 17:35:58)
  TODA Masahiro
   Department   Notre Dame Seishin University  Department of Foods and Human Nutrition, Faculty of Human Life Sciences
   Graduate Scool  Research Course in Food Science and Nutrition Masater's Courese, Graduate Scool of Human Life Sciences
   Graduate Scool  Research Course in Comprehensive Human Life Sciences Doctoral Courese, Graduate Scool of Human Life Sciences
   Position   Professor
■ Academic background
1. 〔Doctorial Course〕, Osaka University, Completed,
2. Osaka University, Graduated,
■ Book and thesis
1. 2020 Article Endocrinological effect of lavender aromatherapy on stressful visual stimuli. Contemp. Clin. Trials Commun. 17,pp.100547 (Collaboration) 
2. 2019 Article Smartphone addiction and sleep quality associated with depression in university students in Japan. Int. J. Cyber Behav. Psychol. Learn. 9,pp.22-31 (Collaboration) 
3. 2018 Article Smartphone dependence of university students and parental rearing attitudes. Int. J. Cyber Behav. Psychol. Learn. 8,pp.25-32 (Collaboration) 
4. 2018 Book Relationships of smartphone dependence with chronotype and gender in adolescence. In: Yan Z, ed. Analyzing Human Behavior in Cyberspace: Advances in Human and Social Aspects of Technology.  pp.39-59 (Collaboration) 
5. 2017 Article Maternal depression and mother-to-infant bonding: The association of delivery mode, general health and stress markers. Open J. Obstet. Gynecol. 7,pp.155-166 (Collaboration) 
6. 2016 Article Relationship of smartphone dependence to general health status and personality traits among university students. Open J. Prev. Med. 6,pp.215-221 (Collaboration) 
7. 2016 Article Development of Japanese version of smartphone dependence scale. Open J. Prev. Med. 6,pp.179-185 (Collaboration) 
8. 2015 Article Predictive factors for smartphone dependence: Relationship to demographic characteristics, chronotype, and depressive state of university students. Open J. Prev. Med. 5,pp.456-462 (Collaboration) 
9. 2015 Article The influence of personal patterns of behavior on the physiological effects of woodland walking. Adv. Mind Body Med. 29,pp.14-18 (Collaboration) 
10. 2015 Article Chronotype and smartphone use among Japanese medical students. Int. J. Cyber Behav. Psychol. Learn. 5,pp.75-80 (Collaboration)