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The objective of the Graduate School of Human Sciences is to address integrated sciences centered on human beings, which can help improve the quality of people’s lives by maintaining and enhancing the harmony between humans and their environment, and their mental and physical health. The idea is to recover the humanity lost during the rapid advances of science and technology in the past century. To achieve this comprehensive understanding of humans, an extremely wide range of research is being conducted at the Graduate School of Human Sciences. In order to facilitate mutual cooperation between the research areas, each of the research guidance programs has been divided into eight research areas: Regional and Global Environment Sciences, Human Behavior and Environment Sciences, Cultural and Social Environment Sciences, Health and Biomedical Sciences, Social Welfare and Health Sciences, Clinical Psychology, Sensibility Cognition and Information Systems, and Education, Communication and Information Science. All these research areas comprise the human sciences major…