ジカン マチ ストレス フタイセイ ニ カンスル キソテキ ケンキュウ
Basic studies on intolerance for waiting-stress
Departmental Bulletin Paper
Two studies were carried out regarding intolerance for waiting-stress. Eighteen-item
four-point (in the first study) or five-point (in the second study) scale was used to
measure intolerance for waiting-stress.
The first study investigated some correlates of intolerance for waiting-stress in Japanese
undergraduates. Results of this study evidenced partial support for the. valididty
of this scale.
The second study investigated the relationship of intolerance for waiting-stress with
health. The scale of intolerance for waiting-stress and the Japanese version of Cornell
Medical Index were administered to Japanese women of early thirties. This study
replicated Iwata's (1994) findings: Higher intolerance for waiting-stress，i. e.，h igher irritability
attributable to waiting is related to poorer health.
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