OYA Aiko
Faculty of Psychology Department of Psychology
Associate Professor
Last Updated :2022/01/20

Researcher Profile and Settings

Profile and Settings

  • Research funding number

    60781573

Research Areas

  • Humanities & social sciences/Clinical psychology

Academic & Professional Experience

  • Faculty of Psychology, Doshisha University, 2018/04 - Today
  • The Faculty of Humanities and Sciences, Department of Human Psychology, Kobe Gakuin University, 2016/04 - 2018/03

Education

  • Doshisha University, 2011/04 - 2015/03
  • Ritsumeikan University, College of Letters, 2005/04 - 2009/03

Academic Degrees

  • 博士(心理学), 同志社大学

Association Memberships

  • JAPANESE ASSOCIATION OF BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE
  • Japanese Association of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies
  • THE JAPANESE ASSOCIATION FOR BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS
  • THE ASSOCIATION OF JAPANESE CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
  • THE JAPANESE PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION

Published Papers

  • Examination of differences in emotion regulation strategies between women with eating disorders and healthy women
    Yasuo Murayama, Aiko Ohya
    Stress Science Research, Public Health Research Foundation, 2020, Research paper (scientific journal)
  • What's a choice point2.0?
    Ohya Aiko
    963 - 66, Dec. 2019
  • Why is it difficult to improve obesity?: Some implications from Acceptance & Commitment Therapy(ACT).
    Ohya Aiko, Muto Takashi
    Doshisha Clinical Psychology: Therapy and Research, 1(1)53 - 64, Dec. 2011, Research paper (bulletin of university, research institution)
  • Effects of Values on Pain Tolerance and Activity Under a Laboratory‐Induced Pain Condition
    Asako Sakano, Aiko Ohya, Takashi Muto
    Japanese Psychological Research, Wiley, 16 Apr. 2021, Research paper (scientific journal)

Misc

  • P2-02 Effects of non-contingent avoidant situation on behavior in the students with low psychological flexibility
    Oya Aiko, Muto Takashi, Nakashika Naoki
    (32)68 - 68, 2014, Japanese
  • P1-37 Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for Binge Eating Disorder : A Case Study
    MUTO Takashi, KIKUTA Kazuyo, MITAMURA Takashi, OHYA Aiko
    (31)67 - 67, 2013, Japanese
  • P1-27 The influences of implicit rules on the behavioral variability
    Ohya Aiko, Nakashika Naoki, Muto Takashi
    (29)57 - 57, 2011, Japanese

Conference Activities & Talks

  • The relationship between avoidance of disease and self-care behavior in patients with type 2 diabetes
    Aiko Ohya, Hisashi Makino, Mayu Tochiya, Yoko Ohata, Ryo Koezuka, Kiminori Hosoda, Takashi Muto
    the ACBS(Association for Contextual Behavioral Science) World Conference 18th (Dublin, Ireland), 27 Jun. 2019, Poster presentation
  • A preliminary investigation of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy as a treatment for binge eating disorder in Japanese female adults.
    ACBS(Association for Contextual Behavioral Science) World Conference 14, Jul. 2016, Poster presentation
  • Does reinforcement of differential responses to vegetable items increase the variability of vegetable intake?
    Ohya Aiko, Muto Takashi
    8th International Conference of ABAI(Association for Behavior Analysis International), Jul. 2015, Poster presentation
  • Does avoidance of a non-contingent negative reinforcement influence behavioral variability?
    Ohya Aiko, Muto Takashi, Nakashika Naoki
    ACBS(Association for Contextual Behavioral Science) World Conference 12, Jun. 2014, Poster presentation
  • Characteristics of behavioral variability in students with high cognitive fusion.
    Ohya Aiko
    ACBS(Association for Contextual Behavioral Science) World Conference 11, Jul. 2013, Poster presentation
  • Characteristics of behavioral variability in students with high experiential avoidance.
    Ohya, A, Nakase, K, Muto, T
    ACBS(Association for Contextual Behavioral Science) World Conference 10, Jul. 2012, Poster presentation
  • Relationship between value and self-care behavior in type 2 diabetes patients
    Aiko Oya, Hisashi Makino, Cheol Son, Mayu Tochiya, Tamiko Tamanaha, Yoko Ohata, Ryo Koezuka, Miki Matsuo, Kyoko Kohmo, Noriko Fujii, Harue Kaneko, Satie Kawai, Kaori Fukushima, Naoki Manpuku, Kiminori Hosoda, Takashi Muto
    the ACBS(Association for Contextual Behavioral Science) Virtual World Conference 2021, 25 Jul. 2021, Poster presentation

Research Grants & Projects

  • Development of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy-based self-management method for patients with type 2 diabetes
    Japan Agency for Medical Research and Development(AMED), 2020/07 -2023/03