WATANABE Asuka

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Name
WATANABE Asuka
Affiliation
Hokkaido Bunkyo University
Section
Faculty of Human Science
Job title
Professor
Degree
Doctor of Philosophy in the Field of Education(Hokkaido University)

Research Areas

 
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1979
Faculty of Education, Hokkaido University
 
 
 - 
1989
Occupational therapy, Faculty of Biomedical Technology, College of Medical Technology, Hokkaido University
 
 
 - 
1996
Graduate School, Division of Education, Hokkaido University of Education
 
 
 - 
2006
Health and Sport Education, Graduate School, Division of Education, Hokkaido University
 

Committee Memberships

 
 
   
 
Japan Dance Therapy Association  a member of the board of directors
 

Published Papers

 
Dance (feature articles: Art and Psychiatry)
WATANABE Asuka, HAMAYA Manabu
Psychiatry Jan   24(1) 98-107   Jan 2014   [Invited]
Psycho-physiological effects of group dance/movement therapy on frail elderly women attending day-care centers of geriatric health services facilities
WATANABE Asuka, UKON Masako, MORIYAMA Takanori, TAMURA Shougo, ASAKA Tadayoshi, INOUE Kaoru
Bulletin of Hokkaido Bunkyo University   35 93-103   Mar 2011
Studies on Stress Reduction Effects of Group Dance/Movement Therapy on Postmenopausal middle-aged and elderly Women: Focusing on improvements in Mental Health and stress-related hormonal changes
Asuka WATANABE
A doctoral thesis, Hokkaido University of education graduate school   1-210   2006   [Refereed]
Studies on Stress Reduction Effects of Group Dance/Movement Therapy on Postmenopausal middle-aged and elderly Women: Focusing on improvements in Mental Health and stress-related hormonal changes
Asuka WATANABE
Bulletin of Graduate School of Education Hokkaido University   (99) 101-111   2006
Asuka WATANABE, Kiyoshi MORIYA, Shiro ODA, Noriko FUKUDA, Hiroko Honma
Jpn J Psychosom Med   45(2) 133-142   2005   [Refereed]
Physiological and Emotional Effects by Beginners’ Aerobic Dancing as a "eustress" for Healthy Male Students
Asuka Watanabe, Ginko Iwata, Takanori Moriyama
Jpn J Dance There.   3,4(1) 17-23   2004   [Refereed]
The Physiological and Emotional Effect of Feldenkrais' Respiratory Method
Asuka WATANABE
Annual reports of the College of Medical Technology, Hokkaido University   10 77-83   1997   [Refereed]

Misc

 
Studies on Stress Reduction Effects of Group Dance/Movement Therapy on Postmenopausal middle-aged and elderly Women: Focusing on improvements in Mental Health and stress-related hormonal change
Asuka Watanabe
Bulletin of Graduate School of Education Hokkaido University   (99) 101-111   2006
Asuka Watanabe, Kiyoshi Moriya, Shiro Oda, Noriko Fukuda, Hiroko Honma
Japanese Journal of Psychosomatic Medicine   45(2) 133-142   2005
Physiological and Emotional Effects by Beginner's Aerobic Dancing as a eustress for Healthy Male Students
Asuka Watanabe, Ginko Iwata, Takanori Moriyama
Japanese Journal of Dance Therapy   3,4(1) 17-23   2004
Dance/Movement Therapy and its Possible Effect in Stress Management (Review)
Asuka WATANABE
Bulletin of Graduate School of Education Hokkaido University   (88) 207-220   2003
The role and pattern of protective movements During sideways falling from a standing position in healthy young males
Asuka Watanabe, Tadayoshi Asaka, Satoshi Kasahara, Hiroshi Saito, Akikko Tubo, Hiroyo Kururi, Kaoru Inoue
Japanese Jouenal of Physiological Anthropology   8(4) 71-76   2003
Change in emotions and stress conditions of students during occupational therapy clinical training in the field of physical disability
Yoshinobu Tomoda, Asuka Watanabe
The Hokkaido Journal of Occupational Therapy   19(1) 36-45   2002
Physical and emotional short-term effects of a video fighting game –Relation of emotional changes and Aggressiveness in an individual
Arihiro Naoe, Asuka Watanabe
The Hokkaido Journal of Occupational Therapy   19(1) 28-35   2002
The Relationship between Changes of Mood by Stress in Pregnant Women and Social Support ‐through the Use of SBI Social Support-
Ginko Iwata, Asuka Watanabe, Machiko Yanagihara, Tamothu Mitamura, Kiyoshi Moriya
Journal of Comprehensive Nursing Research   3(1) 21-27   2000
Occupational Therapist
Kazumi Takano, Asuka Watanabe, Makoto Maki, Sachiko Hukui
THE JAPANESE JOURNAL OF NURSING EDUCATION   39(8) 702-705   1998
The Stress of Physically Disabled Elderly at Home : Its Process Created by Being "Assisted"
Maya Ogino, Asuka Watanabe
The Hokkaido Journal of Occupational Therapy   15(2) 8-17   1998
Significance and Therapeutic Characteristic of Occupation in Occupational Therapy for an Elderly Blind Woman with Dementia
Asuka Watanabe,Waka Murata,Yoshie Matuura,Shinobu Hosokawa
The Hokkaido Journal of Occupational Therapy   15(1) 39-45   1998
Physical and Emotional Effects of Feldenkrais' Respiratory Method
Asuka Watanabe
Annual Reports of the College of Medical Technology, Hokkaido University   (10) 77-83   1997
The effects of Feldenkrais' respiratory lesson on physical and emotional condition.
Asuka Watanabe
Japanese Journal of Biofeedback Research   23 61-62   1996
Relation of respiration and anxiety on dance movement therapy
Master's thesis   1-48   1996

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Psychosomatic Effects of Group Dance/ Movement Therapy on Postmenopausal Women: Focusing on Stress Reduction and Changes in 17-Ketosteroid-Sulfate
The 8th International Congress of Physiological Anthropology in Kamakura, Japan   2006   
A new stress marker chromogranin A in saliva: compared with cortisol in saliva
18th World Congress on Psychosomatic Medicine in Kobe Japan   2005   
Effects of 50 minutes of dance movement activities on catecholamine level and NK cell activity in the blood of middle-aged women
Exercise and Sports Physiology 9(4): 193   2003   
Effects of 50 minutes of comfortable self-paced running (CSPR) on body temperature and natural killer (NK) cell activity in young males
Exercise and Sports Physiology 9(4): 215   2003   
The relationship between anxiety and respiration in the healthy students
The 27th Congress for Hokkaido Occupational Therapy Association in Sapporo   1996   

Works

 
Effects of adaptation to long-term group dance/movement therapy on the elderly and physiological variation analysis of their effects
2004 - 2005
The Relationship of the Movement for Best Emotion to Body Temperature, Brain Hormones, and Immunecompetence
2000 - 2002
Effect of Different Daily Activities on Stress Hormones and the Quality of Night Sleep by Self-Rating Scale
1999
The Effect of Self-Regulation for Feldenkrais' Respiratory Method on Autonomic Nervous System Functions
1996

Research Grants & Projects

 
Physical and Emotional Effects of Dance Movement Therapy
Activity Analysis of Occupational Therapy in Relation to Psychological Stress Models.
Stress management and health promotion through 'Occupations'
Grants and Funding
Project Year: 1996