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Title: サージカルマスク着用の有無による笑顔度の比較
Other Titles: Comparing Different Levels of Smiling with and Without a Surgical Mask
Authors: 辻村, 祐香1 Browse this author
西村, さなえ2 Browse this author
飯島, 彩花3 Browse this author
小林, 礼奈4 Browse this author
宮島, 直子5 Browse this author →KAKEN DB
Authors(alt): TSUJIMURA, Yuka1
IIJIMA, Ayaka3
Keywords: 笑顔
surgical mask
communication channel
Issue Date: 31-Mar-2020
Publisher: 看護総合科学研究会
Journal Title: 看護総合科学研究会誌
Volume: 19
Issue: 2
Start Page: 3
End Page: 9
Abstract: 本研究の目的は,サージカルマスクの着用の有無による笑顔度の相違を異なる笑顔度において調査することであった。対象者はA大学の日本人看護学生75名であった。対象者は,同一人物の10種類の顔写真を見て,笑顔度を0%(笑顔なし)から100%(満面の笑み)で判定した。提示された10種類の写真は,笑顔測定器で0%,25%,50%,75%,100%と評価された顔写真,およびそれらをサージカルマスクと合成した顔写真であった。顔写真は,アトランダムに1枚につき10秒間提示した。結果として,笑顔度100%の顔写真を除きサージカルマスクの着用の有無で有意差を認めた。笑顔度が25%,50%,75%の場合,サージカルマスクの着用により,10~20%程度低い笑顔度で受け取られることが確認された。調査結果からサージカルマスク着用時に笑顔による肯定的フィードバックをする場合には,笑顔度を高めるか,他のコミュニケーション・チャンネルで補う必要が示唆された。
This study investigated the difference in smile levels depending on whether or not a surgical mask was worn at different smile levels. Seventy-five Japanese nursing students from University A were the subjects of this survey. They examined ten types of face photos of the same person and judged their smiles from 0% (no smile) to 100% (full smile). The ten types of photos presented were facial photos rated 0%, 25%, 50%, 75%, and 100% by smile measurement equipment, and facial photos combined with a surgical mask. The presentation of the photos was random, and the presentation time for each photo was ten seconds. Consequently, there was a significant difference between wearing and not wearing a surgical mask, except for facial photos with a 100% smile. It was confirmed that, when the smile level was 25%, 50%, and 75%, it was received with a smile level 10-20% lower when wearing a surgical mask. The results suggested that, when positive feedback is given by smiling when wearing a surgical mask, it is necessary to increase the degree of smile or supplement with other communication channels.
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Submitter: 宮島 直子

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