Professor, Keio University, Japan
Midori Takayama is a Professor at Keio University, specializing gerontology and social psychology in research and teaching. She is completed bachelor and masters from Keio University and Ph.D. from the University of Tokyo. Her published papers include “The KeioKawasaki Aging Study”, A preliminary study using the new gerontranscendence questionnaire for Japanese elderly, Japanese Journal of Gerontology, “The Tokyo Oldest Old Survey on Total Health (TOOTH): A longitudinal cohort study of multidimensional components of health and well-being” with Arai, Y., Takayama, M., BMC Geriatrics Journal, “A cohort study of the oldestold in Japan: the Arakawa 95+ study” with Miimura, H., Eguchi, Y., Kida, H., Nishimura,W., Mimura,M., 13th European Union Geriatric Medicine Society (EUGMS) Congress, and “Selfefficacy, Gerotranscendence and Positive Personality Traits Help in Preventing Frailty and Maintaining a High Level of Well-being among the Oldest-old in Japan: The Arakawa 95+ Study” with Kida, H., Niimura, H., Eguchi,Y., Nishimura, W., Mimura, M., 3th European Union Geriatric Medicine Society (EUGMS) Congress. Her Memberships in Academic Societies includes The Gerontological Society of America, American Psychological Association.