Researcher Database

KARITA, Tomonori

FacultyFaculty of Education Special Support Education
PositionAssociate Professor
Last Updated :2019/07/11

Researcher Profile and Settings

Profile and Settings

Name

  • Name

    KARITA, Tomonori

Profile & Settings

  • アバター画像URI

    https://researchmap.jp/?action=common_download_user&upload_id=149531

Affiliations

Affiliation & Job

  • Section

    Faculty of Education
  • Job title

    Associate Professor

Education, Etc.

Education

  • 2000
  • 1995
  • 2000, Kyushu University, Graduate School, Division of Human and Environmental Studies
  • 1995, Kyushu University, Faculty of Education

Degree

  • Doctor of Psychology

その他基本情報

Association Memberships

  • The Japanese Society of Environmental Psychology

Committee Memberships

  • 2010/06 - Today
  • 2005/06 - Today
  • 2005 -2006
  • 2008
  • 2008, The Japanese Society of Environmental Psychology, The Japanese Society of Environmental Psychology

Academic & Professional Experience

  • 2008 -
  • 2005 -
  • 2004 - 2005
  • 2003 - 2004
  • 2008 - , - Faculty of Education, Ehime University
  • 2005 - , - Faculty of Education, Ehime Univ.

Research Activities

Research Areas, Etc.

Research Areas

  • Informatics, Human interface and interaction
  • Psychology, Social psychology
  • Biomedical engineering, Rehabilitation science/Welfare engineering
  • Education, Special needs education

Book, papers, etc

Published Papers

  • 16, 28, 38, 2018/12
  • 16, 5, 16, 2018/12
  • 20, 2, 173, 182, 2018
  • Literature Research about the Support of Self-understanding and Career Decision-making for High-school and University Students with Developmental Disorders, Hirotaka KUWAKI, Tomonori KARITA, Journal of Inclusive Education, 3, 38, 49, 2017/08
  • The Practical Study of the Systematical Life Unit Leaning from 1st to 12th Grade of Special Support School: Class Planning by Utilizing Career Development Support, Nagako Kashiki, Koji Kato, Tomonori Karita, Yasufumi Yoshimatsu, Dai Ikemoto, Journal of Inclusive Education, 3, 87, 102, 2017/08
  • Development of a Communication Aid App with iOS Devices to Support Children/Persons with Speech Disabilities Improvement in Obtaining Positioning Information with iBeacon as Near Field Radio Communication Technology, KARITA Tomonori, Journal of Advanced Computational Intelligence and Intelligent Informatics, 21, 2, 371, 377, 2017/03, 10.20965/jaciii.2017.p0371
  • A Report of the Project of Establishment of Educational Security Center for the Long-term Hospitalized Children in Ehime Prefecture, Kosuke NAKANO, Nagano KASHIKI, Tomonori KARITA, Journal of Inclusive Education, 1, 170, 181, 2016/08
  • Social Psychological Study for Motivations of Supports for Developmental Disorders by Members in Workplaces, Hirotaka KUWAKI, Yoshirhiro YAGI, Tomonori KARITA, Journal of Inclusive Education, 1, 74, 84, 2016/08
  • Study on the Expectation of the Student Volunteers to Assist in the Leisure and Learning for Hospitalized Children, Sachiyo YAMASHITA, Nagako KASHIKI, Takahito OTA, Tomonori KARITA, Kosuke NAKANO, Journal of Inclusive Education, 1, 54, 66, 2016/08
  • A Practice of Career Education Support for College Students with Disabilities in Higher Education: From a Case of Social-Skill Training in Ehime University , YAGI Yoshihiro, ISHIMARU Toshie, KARITA Tomonori, Journal of Faculty and Staff Development in Higher Education, 14, 55, 60, 2016/03
  • Development of Teacher Education Programme on Special Education for Children with Severe Motor and Intellectual Disabilities : 2nd Report, Interdisciplinary Programme about Special Healthcare, KARITA Tomonori, KASHIKI Nagako, NAKANO Kosuke, YAGI Yoshihiro, ISHIMARU Toshie, YAKUSHIJIN Yuko, YOSHIMATSU Yasufumi, Journal of Faculty and Staff Development in Higher Education, 14, 47, 53, 2016/03
  • Psychological Effects of a Calm-Down Space on the Physiological Stress Reaction of Children with Disabilities: Comparison of Children with Severe Motor and Intellectual Disabilities and Children with Mental Retardation, KARITA Tomonori, Total Rehabilitation Research, 3, 1, 14, 2016/02, 10.20744/trr.3.0_1
  • Development of Teacher Education Programme on Special Education for Children with Severe Motor and Intellectual Disabilities : Interdisciplinary Programme about Special Healthcare, KARITA Tomonori, KASHIKI Nagako, NAKANO Kosuke, ISHIMARU Toshie, YAKUSHIJIN Yuko, YOSHIMATSU Yasufumi, Journal of Faculty and Staff Development in Higher Education, 13, 27, 32, 2015/03
  • 33, 109, 116, 2015
  • 2013
  • Do Children with Severe Motor and Intellectual Disabilities Recognize their Relaxation Space? : A Study on the Use of Assistive Technologies for Facilitating Active and Subjective Behaviors, KARITA Tomonori, 教育情報研究 : 日本教育情報学会学会誌, 教育情報研究 : 日本教育情報学会学会誌, 27, 4, 3, 15, 2012/03, 09126732, 10.20694/jjsei.27.4_3
  • Attempting Spontaneous Acceleration-Enrichment Programs and Rubric Charts to a Twice-Exceptional Child, 長曽 寿江, 苅田 知則, 福山 隆雄, 愛媛大学教育実践総合センター紀要, 愛媛大学教育実践総合センター紀要, 30, 75, 82, 2012, 1347-3999
  • A trial practice report applying "Rubric" evaluation to special support education: a considering from special educational supports to a child with learning difficulty in group-learning in a general educational class, 佐藤 文昭, 苅田 知則, 愛媛大学教育実践総合センター紀要, 愛媛大学教育実践総合センター紀要, 29, 91, 100, 2011, 13473999
  • 9, 2011
  • 9, 83, 87, 2011
  • Trends in Japanese developmental dyslexia research, KAIRTA Tomonori, SAKAI Satoshi, HIRABAYASHI Rumi, NAKAMURA Kenryu, Journal of developmental disorder of speech, language and hearing, 言語発達障害研究, 8, 31, 45, 2010/11, 1348866X
  • Development of voice volume feedback devices (voice ruler) to support children with developmental disabilities (the 2nd report), 苅田 知則, 愛媛大学教育実践総合センター紀要, 愛媛大学教育実践総合センター紀要, 28, 28, 131, 138, 2010, 13473999
  • Development and Evaluation of the "Calm Down" Space "COZY Room) for Children with Disabilities, KARITA Tomonori, Human interface, ヒューマンインタフェース学会論文誌, 11, 4, 19, 28, 2009/11, 13447262
  • Improvement in the communication ability of a child with high-functioning autism with difficulty in long verbal responses: effect of speech instruction using explanatory tasks with building blocks, 綾田 永治, 苅田 知則, 織田 久美子, Journal of developmental disorder of speech, language and hearing, 言語発達障害研究, 7, 18, 26, 2009/11, 1348866X
  • Implementation of the collaborative environment utilizing accessible web database in the Ehime Prefectural Matsuyama Visually Impaired School, 高橋 信行, 苅田 知則, 福島 智, 愛媛大学教育実践総合センター紀要, 愛媛大学教育実践総合センター紀要, 27, 27, 171, 185, 2009, 13473999
  • An attempt to construct a Wisconsin Card Sorting Test (children's version): a study of comparison between children's version and Keio version in normal adults, 青木 俊仁, 苅田 知則, 濱口 雅子, Journal of developmental disorder of speech, language and hearing, 言語発達障害研究, 6, 19, 27[含 英語文要旨], 2008/11, 1348866X
  • Changes in the communicative behavior of an autistic child's with severe mental retardation, 松尾 基史, 苅田 知則, 綾田 永治, Journal of developmental disorder of speech, language and hearing, 言語発達障害研究, 5, 30, 39, 2007/11, 1348866X
  • Handwriting in acquiring Japanese Hiragana through the tasks of reading, dictation and copying letters, 石川 侑香, 谷岡 真衣, 苅田 知則, Bulletin of the Faculty of Education, Ehime University, 愛媛大学教育学部紀要, 54, 1, 69, 72, 2007/10, 13497243
  • 9, 1, 59, 63, 2006, 13439286
  • 27, 1, 9, 2006
  • 3, 25, 34, 2005/11, 1348866X
  • 3, 1, 10, 2005/11, 1348866X
  • 2, 23, 34, 2004/11, 1348866X
  • 2, 7, 16, 2004/11, 1348866X
  • 2, 35, 43, 2004/11, 1348866X
  • 2, 45, 50, 2004/11, 1348866X
  • Why do Children Hide? A Participant Observation of Free Play in Kindergarten., Karita Tomonori, The Japanese journal of developmental psychology, 発達心理学研究, 15, 2, 140, 149, 2004/08, 09159029, 10.11201/jjdp.15.140
  • 1, 1, 6, 2003/11, 1348866X
  • 20, 4, 476, 480, 2003/04, 09100059
  • 20, 3, 374, 378, 2003/03, 09100059
  • 20, 2, 290, 293, 2003/02, 09100059
  • 19, 12, 1324, 1327, 2002/12, 09100059
  • 19, 11, 1234, 1237, 2002/11, 09100059
  • 19, 10, 1140, 1144, 2002/10, 09100059
  • 19, 9, 1044, 1047, 2002/09, 09100059
  • 19, 8, 958, 961, 2002/08, 09100059
  • 19, 7, 860, 863, 2002/07, 09100059
  • 19, 6, 760, 763, 2002/06, 09100059
  • 19, 5, 650, 653, 2002/05, 09100059
  • 19, 4, 558, 561, 2002/04, 09100059
  • A child who showed improvement in speech ability after introduction of kana as a visual task, 塩見 将志, 笠井 新一郎, 長嶋 比奈美, 稲田 勤, 苅田 知則, 間野 幸代, 山田 弘幸, 高知リハビリテーション学院紀要 = Journal of Kochi Rehabilitation Institute, 高知リハビリテーション学院紀要 = Journal of Kochi Rehabilitation Institute, 3, 31, 35, 2002/03, 13455648
  • A child who showed improvement in speech ability after introduction of kana as a visual task, Shiomi Masashi, Kasai Shinichiro, Nagashima Hinami, Inada Tsutomu, Karita Tomonori, Mano Sachiyo, Yamada Hiroyuki, Journal of Kochi Rehabilitation Institute, 高知リハビリテーション学院紀要, 3, 31, 35, 2002/03, 13455648
  • 19, 3, 446, 449, 2002/03, 09100059
  • Production of a vocabulary checklist for inquiry prior to counseling for children aged 2 years:Vocabulary Development in Children aged 23-25 Months, Iwamoto Saki, Kasai Shinichiro, Karita Tomonori, Nagashima Hinami, Inada Tsutomu, Shiomi Masashi, Mano Sachiyo, Ishikawa Yuji, Yamada Hiroyuki, Journal of Kochi Rehabilitation Institute, 高知リハビリテーション学院紀要, 2, 23, 32, 2001/03, 13455648
  • Production of a vocabulary checklist for inquiry prior to counseling for children aged 2 years : A Structure and Increase of Nominals, Karita Tomonori, Kasai Shinichiro, Iwamoto Saki, Nagashima Hinami, Tsutomu Inada, Masashi Shiomi, Sachiyo Mano, Yuji Ishikawa, Hiroyuki Yamada, Journal of Kochi Rehabilitation Institute, 高知リハビリテーション学院紀要, 2, 33, 39, 2001/03, 13455648
  • Production of a vocabulary checklist for inquiry prior to counseling for children aged 2 years : A Structure and Increase of Abstract Words and Pronouns, Nagashima Hinami, Kasai Shinichiro, Iwamoto Saki, Karita Tomonori, Inada Tsutomu, Shiomi Masashi, Mano Sachiyo, Ishikawa Yuji, Yamada Hiroyuki, Journal of Kochi Rehabilitation Institute, 高知リハビリテーション学院紀要, 2, 41, 48, 2001/03, 13455648
  • Production of a vocabulary checklist for inquiry prior to counseling for children aged 2 years : A Structure and Increase of Verbs, Shiomi Masashi, Kasai Shinichiro, Iwamoto Saki, Karita Tomonori, Nagashima Hinami, Inada Tsutomu, Mano Sachiyo, Ishikawa Yuji, Yamada Hiroyuki, Journal of Kochi Rehabilitation Institute, 高知リハビリテーション学院紀要, 2, 49, 54, 2001/03, 13455648
  • Production of a vocabulary checklist for inquiry prior to counseling for children aged 2 years : A Structure and Increase of Adjectives,Adjective verbs and Adverbs, Mano Sachiyo, Kasai Shinichiro, Iwamoto Saki, Karita Tomonori, Nagashima Hinami, Inada Tsutomu, Shiomi Masashi, Ishikawa Yuji, Yamada Hiroyuki, Journal of Kochi Rehabilitation Institute, 高知リハビリテーション学院紀要, 2, 55, 60, 2001/03, 13455648
  • An approach to a patient with mutational voice disorder, Ishikawa Yuji, Watanabe Yoko, Kasai Shinichiro, Nagashima Hinami, Inada Tsutomu, Karita Tomonori, Mano Sachiyo, Yamada Hiroyuki, Journal of Kochi Rehabilitation Institute, 高知リハビリテーション学院紀要, 2, 61, 67, 2001/03, 13455648
  • A patient with verbal learning disability : Analysis by standard and structural tests of aphasia, Wakao Kayo, Kasai Shinichiro, Shiomi Masashi, Nagashima Hinami, Inada Tsutomu, Karita Tomonori, Mano Sachiyo, Yamada Hiroyuki, Journal of Kochi Rehabilitation Institute, 高知リハビリテーション学院紀要, 2, 69, 76, 2001/03, 13455648
  • THE REVIEW STUDY ABOUT CHILDREN'S HIDING ACTS : Some Hypothetical Theories about Interpretation, Space, and Transition, KARITA TOMONORI, Psychological research of Kyushu University, 九州大学心理学研究, 1, 105, 122, 2000/03, 13453904
  • 21, 56, 68, 1999
  • 40, 1998/07
  • Telegraphic Communication Systems in Play Spaces for Children with Disabilities and their Parents, Proceedings of IEEE RO-MAN '98, 598, 603, 1998
  • 42, 2, 127, 137, 1998
  • 42, 1, 121, 137, 1997, 0387544X
  • 40, 1, 125, 139, 1995, 0387544X

Books etc

  • 2018/12
  • 2013/10
  • 2007/08
  • 2007/07
  • 2001

Conference Activities & Talks

  • 2018/12 01
  • 2018/12 01
  • 2018/09 23
  • 2018/09 23
  • 2018/08 26
  • 2017/12 10
  • 2017/12 10
  • 2017/12 06
  • 2017/12 06
  • Exploring the Impact of Neurodevelopmental Disorders in Families: A Literature Review, Von Ralph Dane Marquez Herbuela, Tomonori KARITA, Nagano KASHIKI, Akira NAKAYAMA, International Conference on Society, Psychology and Education, 2016/01 19
  • The Current Situations and Problems about Teachers and Staff engaging in Special Needs Education In case of Ehime University, Yoshihiro YAGI , Toshie ISHIMARU, Tomonori KARITA, Nagako KASHIKI, Kosuke NAKANO, International Conference on Education and Psychology, 2015/11 06
  • How Children with Severe Motor and Intellectual Disabilities Perceive and React to Small Rooms “COZY Room” for Relaxation?, Tomonori KARITA , Nagako Kashiki , Kosuke Nakano , Yoshihiro Yagi , Toshie Ishimaru, International Conference on Education and Psychology, 2015/11 05
  • Educational Supports for Sick Children 1 ~ The Development of Teacher College Curriculum That Can Correspond to the Health Problems in School ~, Nagako KASHIKI, Tomonori KARITA, Kosuke NAKANO, International Conference on Education and Psychology, 2015/11 05
  • Educational Supports for Sick Children 2~Consideration of Growth Process about the College Students Volunteer in Hospital~, Sachiyo YAMASHITA, Nagako KASHIKI, Tomonori KARITA, Kosuke NAKANO, International Conference on Education and Psychology, 2015/11 05
  • 2015/09 21
  • 2014/09 10
  • 2013/11 24
  • 2013/11 10
  • 2013/11 10
  • 2013/11 10
  • 2013/11 10
  • 2013/11 10
  • 2013/11 10
  • 2013/09 01
  • 2010/08 21
  • A-19-17 Development of a Communication Aid for Deafblind People Considering Communication Methods and Needs of Daily Life, Nakano Yasushi, Maeda Akihide, Okochi Naoyuki, Karita Tomonori, Fukushima Satoshi, Proceedings of the IEICE General Conference, 2005/03 07
  • A-19-16 Developments of a Mobile Communication Aid with Braille I/O and Speech Functions for the Deafblind, Karita Tomonori, Nakano Yasushi, Maeda Akihide, Okochi Naoyuki, Fukushima Satoshi, Proceedings of the IEICE General Conference, 2005/03 07
  • A-14-3 An analysis on communication needs and difficulties concerning deafblind persons, Maeda Akihide, Okochi Naoyuki, Karita Tomonori, Nakano Yasushi, Fukushima Satoshi, Proceedings of the IEICE General Conference, 2005/03 07
  • Case study of instruction of personal computers to deafblind people, taking their communication characteristics into consideration, OKOCHI Naoyuki, NAKANO Yasushi, MAEDA Akihide, Ideguchi Norio, KARITA Tomonori, IEICE technical report. Education technology, 2005/02 26, People with deafblind intending to become independence need to communicate other people by their own effort. The use of a personal computer is possible to satisfy this need. Many people with deafblind use personal computer join together some aid. Their aid, however, are for people with impaired vision. This problem require special settings of personal computer or special technical assitance, when they use them. In this research, One of authors with skillful commnicator to people with deaf blind became lecturer in class of personal computer for them, and investigated the problem by action research technique.
  • 2005/01 31
  • 2005/01 31
  • 2005/01 31
  • Analyses of Communication Process and Need of the Deaf-Blind : Considerations for the Developing of Communication Aids for the Deaf-Blind, OKOCHI Naoyuki, MAEDA Akihide, KARITA Tomonori, NAKANO Yasushi, FUKUSHIMA Satoshi, Human Interface, 2004/12 15
  • 1997/09 24
  • 1996/11 02

Misc

  • Development of the International Internship Programme in Education, Journal of faculty and staff development in higher education, 9, 2011
  • Training counseling method to graduate school students of education by the setting of ICT educational counseling, Ehime University Institute of Education and Student SupportJournal of Faculty and Staff Development in Higher Education, 2011

Other Research Activities

Patents

  • 特願2012-223927, 特開2014-077822, 特許6315744
  • 特願2011-194463, 特開2013-058820, 特許5871256

Research Grants & Projects

  • Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, Strategic Information and Communications R&D Promotion Programme, KARITA Tomonori
  • Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, The government-commissioned research project, KARITA Tomonori
  • Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, The government-commissioned research project, KARITA Tomonori
  • Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, The government-commissioned research project, KARITA Tomonori
  • Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(B)), Evaluation and Education for Reading and Writing Difficulties by using Information Technology, Kenryu NAKAMURA, Satoshi SAKAI, Tomonori KARITA, Takeo KONDO, Maiko TAKAHASHI, Tatsuki TAKENAGA, Rumi HIRABAYASHI, 特別支援教育, 基盤研究(B), 東京大学, Reading and writing behaviors of over 600 elementary school students were measured by digital pen and standard speeds on each grade were calculated to evaluate reading and writing difficulties. By analyzing the writing process digitally, three types were extracted to adapt assistive technology. Use of assistive technology facilitated to learn effectively. Role of Assistive technology in future special needs education was discussed.
  • Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(B)), Research on Assistive Technology education to people with disabilities for user centered development, Kenryu NAKAMURA, 中野 泰志, 伊福部 達, 福島 智, 巖淵 守, Tomonori KARITA, Takuro HATAKEYAMA, Toru IFUKUBE, Yasushi NAKANO, Satoshi FUKUSHIMA, Mamoru IWABUCHI, Takeo KONDO, リハビリテーション科学・福祉工学, 基盤研究(B), 東京大学
  • Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(C)), Development of education support system by cooperation of medicine and education for children with learning difficulties based on very low birth weight, Hideo NAGAO, Tadahiro KATOU, Tomonori KARITA, 特別支援教育, 基盤研究(C), 愛媛大学
  • Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(B)), A study on self-determination and assistive technology for the multiple disabled children with sensory impairments., Yasushi NAKANO, 福島 智, 布川 清彦, Tomonori KARITA, 特別支援教育, 基盤研究(B), 東京大学->慶應義塾大学, This research concerned about the AAC(Augmentative and Alternative Communication) technology and/or AT(Assistive Technology) for the multiple disabled children with sensory impairments. We had following 3 aims to investigate.1)To develop new assessment methods of visual and/or auditory abilities for the multiple disabled children.2)To plan attractive teaching methods of understanding environmental supports for the multiple disabled children with sensory impairments.3)To specify strategies of effective environmental supports.We gathered cases and statistics of the multiple disabled children with sensory impairments, digested theories and techniques of self-determination for disabled children, collected assistive technology aids, developed new sensory assessment methods, and experimentally tested these methods.From the analysis of the statistics and the case works, we found followings.a)There were 19.9% multiple disabled children in the schools for the visual disabilities. Most of the multiple disabled children with sensory impairments were with intellectual disabilities(70.5%). There were 33.3% multiple disabled children in the special schools(schools for the visual disabilities, hearing disabilities, intellectual disabilities, physical disabilities, and health impairments).b)Many teachers thought that ordinary AAC techniques could not adopt for these multiple disabled children with sensory impairments.From the experiments, we developed below.c)Assessment system for the multiple disabled children with low vision using eye movement.d)Evaluation system for legibility as a universal design tool.
  • Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(C)), A Study on Improvement of Accessibility of Election System for People with Disabilities, Takuji MURATA, Satoshi FUKUSHIMA, Yasushi NAKANO, Tohru IFUKUBE, Takashi ONISHI, Tomonori KARITA, 苅田 智則, 社会福祉学, 基盤研究(C), 東京大学, 1. Research on accessibility of electionFY 2004 : (1) The field investigation on e-voting in Niimi showed that although the disabled voters were satisfied with the utility of the system, accommodation in accessibility wasn't widely achieved.FY 2005 : By the investigation above and the similar investigation in Yokkaichi, the followings were found. (1) Elder people's anxiety about writing was dissolved. Non-Braille users and people with learning difficulties could vote. (2) In both cases, disabled people had no opportunity to participate in the process of introducing the system and choosing the equipment. The investigations also suggested a discrepancy between the accommodation and the needs, (3) high demand for system reliability, (4) the necessity to improve the equipment and (5) of the law for the third-party attestation and a minimum accessibility.2. Research on integrated assistive systemFY 2004 : (1) An analysis of the questionnaire done after a mock e-voting, the round-table discussion by the barrier-free specialists, and (2) the investigation in Niimi confirmed the minimum accessibility of the system. They also suggested some usability problems to the diverse disabled population, the necessity of accessibility evaluation methodology, and legal adjustments to secure accommodation.FY 2005 : The investigation in Yokkaichi suggested the followings. (1) It is difficult to get election information in Braille. (2) With voting assistance, people with learning difficulties can participate. The overall assist plan is necessary in order to promote more participation.3. Research on election and town-planningFY 2004 : The analysis of participatory workshop for a barrier-free town suggested that in order to ensure a voting environment, it is necessary to understand the barriers disabled encountered by people through a simulation experience.FY 2005 : The investigation in Yokkaichi suggested that although more polling stations become barrier-free, it is hard to use the nearest small-scale assembly halls.


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