Researchers Database

KATOH Nanako

FacultyFaculty Division of Human Life and Environmental Sciences Research Group of Clinical Psychology
PositionAssistant Professor
Last Updated :2024/02/22


Profile and Settings

  • Name (Japanese)

  • Name (Kana)



  • Kyoto University, Mar. 2006

Research Interests

  • イメージを介した心理療法、箱庭療法、閉鎖環境における心理

Research Areas

  • Humanities & social sciences, Clinical psychology

Research Experience

  • 2012, 2015, :京都文教大学臨床心理学部 特任講師
  • 2010, 2012, :京都大学大学院教育学研究科 心理臨床関連助教

Association Memberships

  • 日本ユング心理学会
  • 日本箱庭療法学会
  • 日本心理臨床学会


Published Papers

  • Refereed, 箱庭療法学研究, 特別養護老人ホームに箱庭を持ち込む試み 「鮮やかさ」という視点の生成, 大石真吾; 高橋優佳; 森崎志麻; 浅田恵美子; 井芹聖文; 千秋佳世; 加藤奈奈子, Mar. 2011, 29, 3, 317, 328
  • Refereed, 京都大学教育学研究科紀要, familialityと心理的距離に関する一考察~デジャヴュ体験という視点から, 加藤奈奈子, Mar. 2009, 55, 189, 200
  • Refereed, International Journal of Circumpolar Health, Human change and adaptation in Antarctica: Psychological research on Antarctic wintering-over at Syowa station, Tomoko Kuwabara; Nobuo Naruiwa; Tetsuya Kawabe; Nanako Kato; Asako Sasaki; Atsushi Ikeda; Shinji Otani; Satoshi Imura; Kentaro Watanabe; Giichiro Ohno, Mar. 2021, 80, 1, 11
  • Refereed, 京都光華女子大学京都光華女子大学短期大学部研究紀要, Aspects of psychosocial stressors in wintering-over at Japanese Antarctic station, 鳴岩伸生; 川部哲也; 加藤奈奈子; 佐々木麻子; 桑原知子, Mar. 2022, 59, 253, 271, Scientific journal


  • Not Refereed, 2022, 第9号, 35, 42
  • Not Refereed, 奈良女子大学心理臨床研究, デジャヴュ体験における語りの主要素に関する一考察, 加藤奈奈子, Mar. 2020, 7, 31, 38
  • Not Refereed, 奈良女子大学心理臨床研究, 箱庭における「地」と箱庭表現を「見る」ことに関する一考察, KATOH Nanako, Mar. 2019, 6, 31-36
  • Not Refereed, 奈良女子大学心理臨床研究, 内田クレぺリン精神検査における「意志緊張」についての一考察, KATOH Nanako, Mar. 2018, 5, 15-20
  • Not Refereed, 奈良女子大学心理臨床研究, 自伝・手記を用いた自閉スペクトラム症の研究-自閉スペクトラム症者による公刊された自伝・手記のリストの作成-, KATOH Nanako, Mar. 2018, 5, 5-8
  • Not Refereed, 奈良女子大学心理臨床研究, 「私」を書くことに関する一試論~『箱男』と『何者』から, KATOH Nanako, Mar. 2017, 4, 23-28
  • Not Refereed, 奈良女子大学家政学会, 奈良女子大学家政学会, 研究紹介 心理臨床における不確かさと実際性に関する研究, KATOH Nanako, Mar. 2016, 62, 2, 70-75., 75
  • Not Refereed, 奈良女子大学心理臨床研究, イメージとしての家族に関する一試論, KATOH Nanako, Mar. 2016, 3, 49-54.
  • Not Refereed, 奈良女子大学心理臨床研究, 臨床心理学における実験法の意義と課題―日本の臨床心理学における実験法を用いた研究-, KATOH Nanako, Mar. 2016, 3, 58-59.
  • Not Refereed, 京都大学大学院教育学研究科心理教育相談室紀要 臨床心理事例研究, 初学者における臨床, KATOH Nanako, Mar. 2016, 42, 17-19.
  • Not Refereed, 奈良女子大学心理臨床研究, 箱庭表現のイメージを言葉にすることに関する試論~日本語・中国語のオノマトペとぴったりとした表現を巡って~, 加藤奈奈子; 黄馨卉; 竹味由惟, Mar. 2021, 8, 51, 58
  • 家政学研究 = Research journal of living science, 奈良女子大学家政学会, How home economics teachers address challenges in their educational practice : Focusing on interactions between the subject and the society, culture, and school systems, 曽山 いづみ; 森下 文; 岡本 英生; 伊藤 美奈子; 梅垣 佑介; 加藤 奈奈子; 黒川 嘉子, Mar. 2018, 64, 2, 64, 72
  • Not Refereed, 奈良女子大学心理臨床研究, オンライン箱庭の試み~イメージの直接性に着目して~, 加藤奈奈子; 黄馨卉; 竹味由惟; 奥村日奈子, Mar. 2022, 9, 35, 42
  • Not Refereed, 奈良女子大学心理臨床研究, 定量化された自己をめぐる試論―データを「見ること」に着目して―, 加藤奈奈子, Mar. 2023, 10, 43, 48

Books etc

  • 心が活きる教育に向かって : 幸福感を紡ぐ心理学・教育学, ナカニシヤ出版, 子安; 増生編; 桑原知子; 鳴岩伸生; 川部哲也; 佐々木玲仁; 加藤奈奈子, 南極に活きるこころ, 2009, iii, 203p, 9784779503658
  • 京大心理臨床シリーズ4 箱庭療法の事例と展開, 岡田康伸; 皆藤章; 田中康裕 共編, 箱庭という「私」と対峙すること, Mar. 2007
  • 人間の許容・適応限界事典, 朝倉書店, 村木, 里志; 長谷川, 博; 小川, 景子, 第Ⅷ章 生活・健康 8.閉鎖環境, Nov. 2022, x, 805p, 9784254102963
  • 不登校の理解と支援のためのハンドブック : 多様な学びの場を保障するために, ミネルヴァ書房, 伊藤, 美奈子, コラム3-5 大学生における「不登校」―意味の変遷と否定に着目して―, Aug. 2022, iv, 300p, 9784623092536


  • Poster presentation
  • 南極医学医療ワークショップ, 南極におけるストレスに関する心理教育の可能性, Jul. 2019
  • KATOH Nanako; Nanako Kato; Sachiko Nishiyama; Tetsuya Kawabe; Nobuo Naruiwa; Asako Sasaki; Reiji Sasaki; Tomoko Kuwabara; Kentaro Watanabe; Satochi Imura; Giichiro Ono, SCAR Open Science Conference, Stress Assessment of performance by Japanese Antarctic Research Expeditions, Jun. 2018
  • KATOH Nanako; Nanako KATO, The 6th Conference of the Korean Society of Polar Medicine, Expressions of stress in Antarctica ? Focusing on physical symptoms, Oct. 2017
  • KATOH Nanako, 南極医学医療ワークショップ, 環境要因が作業効率に与える影響, Jul. 2017
  • KATOH Nanako; Nanako,KATO, 31st International Congress of Psychology., Experiences in Antarctic Station as "Extraordinary"., Jul. 2016
  • 加藤奈奈子, 第59回日本生気象学会大会, 閉鎖環境下において活きる「こころ」, 29 Nov. 2020
  • Nanako KATO, International Congress of Psychology 2020, The relationship between over-control and individual personality at work, 20 Jul. 2021
  • 加藤奈奈子, 日本箱庭療法学会第35回大会, オンライン箱庭の試み―イメージの直接性に着目して―, 16 Oct. 2022

Research Projects

  • Grant-in-Aid for Early-Career Scientists, Apr. 2019, Mar. 2022, 19K14448, 高ストレス状況下における心の可視化情報の有用性探索と予防教育への応用, 加藤 奈奈子, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Early-Career Scientists, Nara Women's University, 3120000, 2400000, 720000, rm:misc;rm:presentations;rm:presentations;rm:presentations;rm:presentations
  • Grant-in-Aid for Challenging Exploratory Research, Apr. 2015, Mar. 2018, 15K13151, Principal investigator, An empirical research on reducing stress by examining how subjective assessments are correlated with physical assessments in enclosed environments, Kato Nanako; WATANABE Kentaro; OONO Gichiro; NISHIYAMA Sachiko, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Challenging Exploratory Research, Nara Women's University, 3640000, 2800000, 840000, Wintering members of Japanese Antarctic research expedition were kept enclosed and isolated in Antarctica for about a year. In our post-mission interview, it was reported that though they underwent considerable stress, they maintained themselves. In our research, we investigated how subjective assessments (using mood scale) are correlated with physical assessments (using Uchida-Kraepelin psychodiagnostic test) and estimated the usefulness of physical assessments. Based on the results, we guessed that members had insensible fatigue influenced on their performance. We suggest using physical assessments in cases where people are not aware of their fatigue and hence cannot report in self-reports., kaken
  • Grant-in-Aid for Challenging Exploratory Research, 01 Apr. 2015, 31 Mar. 2019, 15K13119, Systematic management of mental health for party members in long-term isolation and the collection of data based on the wisdom of senior leaders, NARUIWA Nobuo; WATANABE Kentaro; OONO Giichiro; SHIGETA Tomo, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research, Kyoto Koka Women's University, 3250000, 2500000, 750000, Successive Japanese wintering parties were placed in an isolated environment in Antarctica for durations of about ten months. The main purposes of our research were 1) to investigate what the leaders of the wintering parties did to prevent their party members from suffering from mental distress and what they considered most important in managing their parties, 2) to distill a universal systematic method of mental health management during long-term isolation, and 3) to compile comprehensive data by benefiting from the knowledge gained from senior leaders of wintering parties. We conducted semi-structured interviews of former leaders of Japanese wintering parties. As a result, we determined that leaders of wintering parties have three main functions. That is they function as an adjuster, a wintering instructor, and the person in charge. We believe that the functions of an adjuster are effective in managing the physical and mental health of wintering members., kaken
  • Grant-in-Aid for Challenging Exploratory Research, 01 Apr. 2012, 31 Mar. 2015, 24653202, Establishment of support system for adaptation to long-term isolated environment and re-adaptation to homeland, NARUIWA Nobuo; KUWABARA Tomoko; KAWABE Tetsuya; SASAKI Reiji; KATO Nanako; SASAKI Asako; WATANABE Kentaro; OHNO Giichiro; SHIGETA Tomo, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research, Kyoto Koka Women's University, 3640000, 2800000, 840000, To clarify the stresses of being in a long-term isolated environment and how these stresses are effectively coped with, we surveyed the stresses and psychological conditions of the wintering members of Japanese Antarctic Research Expeditions. Psychological questionnaires were conducted in Japan and Antarctica, and we interviewed the members after they had returned to Japan from the expeditions. The results are as follows. In the period of the midnight sun, some members felt strong “anger - hostility,” while many members did not. That is to say, there was a gap in the differences in mood between the members. Members with high positive affect coped with stress actively, and those with high negative affect tended to use useless coping strategies., kaken

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