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Lifetrack press

Lifetrack press, Dr. Yukio Ishizuka psychiatric expert on major networks such as NBC, NHK (Japan), Fuji-Television (Japan), TV Asahi (Japan) and Antenne 2 (France). Also New York Times, Newsweek, USA today, Reader’s digest, Psychiatric News, L’Express (France), Voice (Japan), and Nikkei Business (Japan). First book Self-Actualization sold over 45,000 copies in Japan. The book was reprinted nine times. Continue reading

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Work Definition

Work Definition or definition of achievement as three dimensions: task, interpersonal or self dimension in work. Dimensions break down into elements that can be defined, tracked and quantified to improve our capacity to enjoy work. Continue reading

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Political Science and Psychology

The study of political Science and psychology, how models of human nature affect a model of the state, the need to study institutional checks and balances during political integration and disintegration and of national identity or trading blocks. List of working papers by Nathalie Ishizuka on Japan’s Constitution as Cover, the UN as a Crisis Manager, and the GATT (WTO) role in a Multilateral Framework. Continue reading

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Psychology and War

Dr. Yukio Ishizuka, founder of Lifetrack therapy and positive mental health, presents In Search of Excellence and Well-being to 30 faculty and counseling staff at West Point, 1985 (2 hours). The war from within before, during and after the battlefield. Continue reading

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Japan and Psychology

Dr. Yukio Ishizuka’s articles, interviews and lectures on models of the individual to the Japanese, Japanese Organization, Japan, and Japan’s role in international affairs. Continue reading

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Negotiation and Psychology

Negotiation and international behavior, psychology and negotiation, working papers for Harvard Law program on Negotiation, a need for models of healthy human beings, lifetrack and negotiation. Continue reading

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Economics and Psychology : Oliver Williamson Assumption about Human Actors

Economics and psychology, applying an assumption about healthy human beings to Oliver Williamson’s (Nobel Prize in Economics) theory in transaction cost economics (TCE). Nature of man, role affect (fear) plays in decision making, economics and psychology, economics and cognition, make or buy decision. Continue reading

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Nations and Psychology

Nations and National Health, the pursuit of models of the nation state that interact with individual models of health and organizational models of health, nature of man and psychology. Working papers and lectures on the Lifetrack model. Continue reading

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Organizations and Positive Mental Health

The development of organizational models that include an understanding of individual positive mental health, readings, lectures, more info on organizational health and excellence Continue reading

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Applications of Psychology to Organizations, Nations, International Affairs

Applications about healthy human beings or the nature of man to economics, organizations, international affairs, Japan, nations, negotiation, crisis management and diplomacy, economic integration, war, political science Continue reading

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