TOMITA Keiko

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Name
TOMITA Keiko
Affiliation
Kindai University
Section
Faculty of Agriculture Department of Food Science and Nutrition
Job title
Assistant Professor

Research Areas

 
 

Published Papers

 
A Shokuiku (Food Education) Program for Promoting Healthful Dietary Behavior in Elementary School Students through Increased Awareness of the Bebefits of Kyoto's Food Culture
TOMITA Keiko
Journal of Japanese Society of Shokuiku   9(2) 207-219   Apr 2015   [Refereed]
Questionnaire study on the dietary environment for nutritional improvement of the elderly in unit care type special nursing homes in the Kinki district
Terumi Aiba, Keiko Tomita, Motoko Matsui, Kimiko Ohtani
Trace Nutrients Reserch   30 86-92   Dec 2013   [Refereed]
Influence of "Cooking within the Living Unit" on Residential Homes for the Elderly
Terumi Aiba, Niimi Ai, Keiko Tomita, Motoko Mtsui, Masaki Matsuimura, Ohtani Kimiko 
J. of ARAHE   20(3) 135-146   Oct 2013   [Refereed]
Effects of Shared Cooking within the Living Unit of a Nursing Home for the Elderly with Independent Living Unit
OHTANI Kimiko, NIIMI Ai, TOMITA Keiko, MATSUI Motoko, AIBA Terumi, MATSUMURA Masaki
44(6) 381-390   Dec 2011   [Refereed]
Psychological Effects of the Tray-Color on Diners -Comparison between Young Persons and Elderly Persons-
Keiko TOMITA, Terumi AIBA, Jangmi KANG, Motoko MATSUI, Kimiko OHTANI
The AIC 2010 Interim Meeting   386-389   Oct 2010   [Refereed]

Misc

 
The Visual Palatability and Halo Effect - About the Tray-color
TOMITA Keiko
Journal of Cookery Science of Japan   48(2) 166-168   Apr 2015   [Invited]
Tomita Keiko
Journal of the Color Science Association of Japan   36(4)    Nov 2012
Tomita Keiko, Okuda Shino
Journal of the Color Science Association of Japan   35(1) 53-54   Mar 2011
Kansai Branch
Journal of the Color Science Association of Japan   32(3) 224-233   Sep 2008

Books etc

 
COLOR IN FOOD: Technological and Psychophysical Aspects
TOMITA Keiko et al. (Part:Joint Work, Psychological Effects of the Tablecloth-color Color and Tray-color Color on Diners)
CRC Press   Mar 2012   ISBN:1439876932

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Psychological effects of meal tray color on visual palatability of meals for low vision - effects of yellow -
Keiko TOMITA, Maya INAMURA
The 18th Biennial International Congress of the Asian Regional Association for Home Economics   5 Aug 2015   
Psychological effects of meal tray on the visual palatability of meals among individuals with low vision – the effect of brightly toned colors
Keiko TOMITA, Maya INAMURA, Kimiko OHTANI
21 May 2015   
Psychological effects of meal tray color on visual palatability of Japanese meals
Maya Inamura, Chikage KIKUTA, Motoko MATSUI, Kimiko OHTANI, Keiko TOMITA
The 2nd conference of Asia Color Association   6 Sep 2014   
Psychological effects of beige tablecloth colors on diners
Keiko TOMITA, Maya INAMURA, Motoko MATSUI, Terumi AIBA and Kimiko OHTANI
The 2nd conference of Asia Color Association   6 Sep 2014   
Psychological effects of meal tray color on visual palatability of meal for the Low vision ~In the case of yellow
TOMITA Keiko, KAWAHARA Masumi, SHIRAKATA Ayaka, INAMURA Maya
J. of the Color Science Association of Japan   24 May 2014   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Effect for psychology and sense of taste of tablecloth color and illuminance on dinners
Basic Science Research Program
Project Year: 2002 - 2005
The production of diet direction medium for visually handicapped person
0039 (Japanese Only)
Project Year: 2005 - 2006
The diet education program for the development and practice using by the culture and spirit in Kyoto
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research
Project Year: 1998 - 2004