Some of the articles below are written in English. English abstracts are available for request.


  • Sugamura, G. (2007). What is NOT constructivism? L'Esprit D'aujourd'hui, 475, 87-94.
  • Okamura, T., & Sugamura, G. (2007). Dissolution-oriented approach. Japanese Journal of Clinical Psychology, 38, 274-275.
  • Sugamura, G., Haruki, Y., & Koshikawa, F. (2007). Building more solid bridges between Buddhism and Western psychology. American Psychologist, 62(9), 1080-1081.
  • Sugamura, G., Haruki, Y., & Koshikawa, F. (2007). Is absolute acceptance possible in psychotherapy? : Rethinking unconditional positive regard from the viewpoints of constructive psychotherapy and Shin Buddhism. Constructivism in the Human Sciences, 12, 195-211.



  • Sugamura, G. (2006). Narrative and embodiment: The body issues in constructivism and social constructionism. Human Mind, 126, 2-7.



  • Sugamura, G. (2004). What is “constructivism” in clinical psychology: Three basic themes. Japanese Journal of Clinical Psychology, 4, 273-278.


  • Sugamura, G. (2003a). A Reconsideration of Rogers’ six conditions of psychotherapy: A constructivist reformulation. Japanese Psychological Review, 46, 233-248.
  • Sugamura, G. (2003b). Constructivism, Eastern philosophies and human sciences: From hierarchical to heterarchical knowledge. Human Science Research, 12, 29-48.
  • Sugamura, G. (2003c). Narratives at the critical boundary of life and death: Qualitative psychology from the viewpoint of experimental psychology. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 2, 85-97.


  • Sugamura, G. (2002b). The change processes in person-centered approach reconsidered: A constructivist perspective. Japanese Journal of Theoretical Psychology, 4, 1-12.
  • Sugamura, G. (2002b, Spring). A consideration of ‘hitotonari’: A human science of personality. Newsletter of Japanese Society of Personality Psychology, 18, 4-5.


  • Sugamura, G., & Haruki, Y. (2001). The metatheories for human sciences. Human Science Research, 10, 287-299.