Nagoya University Psychological Support & Research Center for Human Development


Faculty Staff


Focusing on students' participation in society, I conduct research and practice on effective support for each student to make a satisfactory career choice. Careers are developed through a chain of individual decisions. I am looking for ways to support students with different abilities, developmental states, and mental states so that they can develop their careers while deepening their understanding of themselves.
 My research interests are to support the social participation of students with disabilities. In particular, I am researching and implementing measures to help students with developmental disabilities to achieve a highly satisfactory career development.

Publications (selected)

  1. Kaneko, M., Ishihara M., Takemoto, M., & Goto, S. (2018). Social Participation Anxiety in Long-Term Truant Junior and Senior High School Students: An Attempt at Typification Using the Baum Test. Bulletin of the Psychology and Clinical Counseling Office, Aichi Shukutoku University, 22, 35-47.

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