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SASAKI,Kyoshiro
 
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Faculty of Informatics Associate Professor
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Associate Professor
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以下の論文セクションには査読有論文,「MISC」セクションには査読有プロシーディングス,査読無し学会抄録,紀要論文などを載せています.

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Degree

  • 博士(心理学) ( 九州大学 )

Research Interests

  • Emotion

  • Embodied cognition

  • Temporal and spatial cognition

  • Awareness

  • Cognitive psychology

Research Areas

  • Humanities & Social Sciences / Experimental psychology

  • Humanities & Social Sciences / Cognitive science

Education

  • 九州大学大学院   人間環境学府   博士後期課程

    2014.4 - 2016.3

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  • 九州大学大学院   人間環境学府   修士課程

    2012.4 - 2014.3

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  • Kyushu University   School of Letters

    2008.4 - 2012.3

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Research History

  • Kansai University   Faculty of Informatics   Associate Professor

    2020.4

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  • 日本学術振興会特別研究員SPD

    2017.4 - 2020.3

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  • 日本学術振興会特別研究員PD (DC1より資格変更)

    2016.4 - 2017.3

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  • 日本学術振興会特別研究員DC1

    2014.4 - 2016.3

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  • Chukyo University

    2022.4

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  • Kyushu University

    2022.4 - 2023.3

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  • Ritsumeikan University   College of Gastronomy Management

    2022.4 - 2023.3

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  • Waseda University   School of Fundamental Science and Engineering

    2019.4 - 2020.3

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  • Kyushu University

    2017.4 - 2020.3

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  • Rikkyo University   College of Contemporary Psychology

    2017.4 - 2020.3

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  • 九州大学大学院   人間環境学研究院   学術協力研究員

    2016.4 - 2017.3

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  • Kyushu University

    2014.4 - 2015.7

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  • Kyushu University

    2013.4 - 2016.3

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  • Kyushu University

    2012.10 - 2013.2

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  • Kyushu University   School of Education

    2012.4 - 2012.8

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Professional Memberships

  • 日本認知科学会

    2023 - Present

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  • 日本感情心理学会

    2017 - Present

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  • サイエンスコミュニケーション研究会

    2016 - 2022

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  • 日本時間学会

    2016 - 2020

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  • 日本認知心理学会

    2014 - Present

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  • 日本心理学会

    2012 - Present

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  • 日本基礎心理学会

    2012 - Present

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  • 視覚学会

    2011 - Present

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Committee Memberships

  • 日本基礎心理学会   理事  

    2023.12 - Present   

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  • PLOS ONE   Editorial Board Member  

    2022.12 - Present   

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  • 日本認知心理学会   ジャーナル等検討特別委員会 委員  

    2022.9 - Present   

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  • PCI Registered Reports   Recommenders  

    2022.7 - Present   

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  • PeerJ   Editorial Board Member  

    2022.7 - Present   

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  • Humanities & Social Sciences Communications   Editorial Board Member  

    2022.4 - Present   

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  • 電子情報通信学会   ヒューマン情報処理(HIP)研究会専門委員会 専門委員  

    2021.6 - Present   

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  • 基礎心理学研究   編集委員  

    2021.4 - Present   

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  • 感情心理学研究   編集委員  

    2020.9 - Present   

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  • 日本基礎心理学会 若手研究者特別委員会   委員  

    2020.4 - Present   

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  • 日本認知心理学会 心理学の信頼性研究部会   事務局 会計責任者  

    2018.10 - Present   

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Papers

  • The evasive truth: do mere exposures at the subliminal and supraliminal levels drive the illusory truth effect? Reviewed

    Kyoshiro Sasaki, Maiko Kobayashi, Koyo Nakamura, Katsumi Watanabe

    Royal Society Open Science   10 ( 6 )   2023.6

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    The subjective truth of a statement is boosted by mere exposure to itself or a part of itself. This phenomenon is referred to as the illusory truth effect . We examined whether subliminal pre-exposure to the statement topic would increase its subjective truth. In the exposure phase, participants observed the topic, which was presented supraliminally or subliminally. After the exposure phase, they rated the subjective truth of the statement. If unconscious processing contributed to the illusory truth effect, subliminal exposure to the topic would increase the subjective truth of the statement. On the other hand, if the illusory truth effect required conscious and controlled processing, increases in the subjective truth of a statement would be induced only by supraliminal exposure to the topic. The results showed that the illusory truth effect was not found in either supraliminal or subliminal groups. Our findings provide no reliable evidence that pre-exposure to the statement topic saliently promotes its subjective truth.

    DOI: 10.1098/rsos.201791

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    Other Link: https://royalsocietypublishing.org/doi/full-xml/10.1098/rsos.201791

  • SPARKing: Sample-size planning after the results are known Reviewed

    Kyoshiro Sasaki, Yuki Yamada

    Frontiers in Human Neuroscience   2023

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  • Spatial congruency bias in identifying objects is triggered by retinal position congruence: Examination using the Ternus-Pikler illusion Reviewed

    Kyoshiro Sasaki, Atsunori Ariga, Katsumi Watanabe

    Scientific Reports   10 ( 1 )   2020

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    DOI: 10.1038/s41598-020-61698-5

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  • Crowdsourcing visual perception experiments: A case of contrast threshold Reviewed

    Kyoshiro Sasaki, Yuki Yamada

    PeerJ   2019

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  • Avoidance of Novelty Contributes to the Uncanny Valley Reviewed

    Kyoshiro Sasaki, Keiko Ihaya, Yuki Yamada

    FRONTIERS IN PSYCHOLOGY   8   2017.10

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    A hypothesis suggests that objects with a high degree of visual similarity to real humans trigger negative impressions (i.e., the uncanny valley). Previous studies have suggested that difficulty in object categorization elicits negative emotional reactions to enable the avoidance of potential threats. The present study further investigated this categorization-difficulty hypothesis. In an experiment, observers categorized morphed images of photographs and human doll faces as "photograph" or "doll" and evaluated the perceived eeriness of the images. Additionally, we asked the observers to answer questionnaires on behavioral inhibition systems (BIS). The results indicated that individual differences in the BIS score were associated with enhanced eeriness in the objects with a specific human likeness. These findings suggest that the tendency to avoid a potentially threatening novel experience contributes to promoting the perceived eeriness of objects with some degree of visual similarity to real humans.

    DOI: 10.3389/fpsyg.2017.01792

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  • Regular Is Longer Reviewed

    Kyoshiro Sasaki, Yuki Yamada

    I-PERCEPTION   8 ( 5 )   204166951772894   2017.9

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    The current study examined whether regularity of dot patterns would influence time perception. We presented observers the dot patterns with three levels of regularity (high, middle and low) and measured the perceived duration of each pattern by bisection and rating methods. The results revealed that the perceived duration of high regular patterns was longer than that of middle and low regular patterns. Thus, we found that stimulus regularity is one of the factors that influence time perception.

    DOI: 10.1177/2041669517728944

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  • Trypophobic Discomfort is Spatial-Frequency Dependent Reviewed

    Kyoshiro Sasaki, Yuki Yamada, Daiichiro Kuroki, Kayo Miura

    ADVANCES IN COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY   13 ( 3 )   224 - 231   2017.9

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    Clusters of holes, such as those in a lotus seedpod, induce trypophobic discomfort. Previous research has demonstrated that high-contrast energy at midrange spatial frequencies in images causes trypophobic discomfort. The present study examined the effects on discomfort of eliminating various spatial frequency components from the images to reveal how each spatial frequency contributes to the discomfort. Experiment 1 showed that eliminating midrange spatial frequencies did not affect trypophobic discomfort, while Experiment 2 revealed that images of holes that consisted of only high-spatial frequencies evoked less discomfort than other images and that images containing only low or midrange spatial frequencies induced as much trypophobic discomfort as did the original images. Finally, Experiment 3 found that participants with a high level of the trypophobic trait experienced stronger discomfort from the original images and the images containing only low or midrange spatial frequencies than participants with a low level of the trypophobic trait. Our findings thus suggest that trypophobic discomfort can be induced by middle and low spatial frequencies.

    DOI: 10.5709/acp-0222-2

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  • Emotion biases voluntary vertical action only with visible cues Reviewed

    Kyoshiro Sasaki, Yuki Yamada, Kayo Miura

    ACTA PSYCHOLOGICA   163   97 - 106   2016.1

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    Emotional information influences our bodily experiences according to the space-valence metaphor (positive/negative is up/down). In the present study, we examined whether visible and invisible emotional stimuli could also modulate voluntary action. After observing an emotional image (e.g., positive, neutral, or negative), participants used a joystick to arbitrarily position a dot stimulus in a display. The emotional image was either masked (masked condition) or not (unmasked condition) via a continuous flash suppression technique, i.e., dynamic interocular masking. We found that in the unmasked condition, the placed position of the dot was significantly higher after observing the positive image compared with the negative image, but this difference was not present in the masked condition. Our findings suggest that conscious emotional information is necessary for activating sensorimotor representations of vertical directions, and voluntary action is performed based on these activations. (C) 2015 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

    DOI: 10.1016/j.actpsy.2015.11.003

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  • Post-determined emotion: motor action retrospectively modulates emotional valence of visual images Reviewed

    Kyoshiro Sasaki, Yuki Yamada, Kayo Miura

    PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES   282 ( 1805 )   2015.4

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    Upward and downward motor actions influence subsequent and ongoing emotional processing in accordance with a space-valence metaphor: positive is up/negative is down. In this study, we examined whether upward and downward motor actions could also affect previous emotional processing. Participants were shown an emotional image on a touch screen. After the image disappeared, they were required to drag a centrally located dot towards a cued area, which was either in the upper or lower portion of the screen. They were then asked to rate the emotional valence of the image using a 7-point scale. We found that the emotional valence of the image was more positive when the cued area was located in the upper portion of the screen. However, this was the case only when the dragging action was required immediately after the image had disappeared. Our findings suggest that when somatic information that is metaphorically associated with an emotion is linked temporally with a visual event, retrospective emotional integration between the visual and somatic events occurs.

    DOI: 10.1098/rspb.2014.0690

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    Other Link: http://orcid.org/0000-0002-5496-3748

  • The difference in speed sequence influences perceived duration Reviewed

    Kyoshiro Sasaki, Kentaro Yamamoto, Kayo Miura

    Perception   42 ( 2 )   198 - 207   2013

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    Perceived duration of a moving stimulus increases with the speed of the motion. However, a recent study found that the perceived duration of a decelerating stimulus was longer than that of an accelerating one, even though their averaged speed was identical (Matthews 2011 Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 37 1617-1627). We conducted three experiments to discover how this speed-change-induced time distortion occurs. We found that the perceived duration of a decelerating motion was longer than that of an accelerating one both in sub--second and supra-second presentation duration conditions, when speed changed linearly over time (experiment 1). The differences could not be explained by the differences in average perceived speed between them (experiment 2). Moreover, the perceived duration of a decelerating motion was also longer than that of an accelerating one, even when speed changed once during the presentation duration (experiment 3). These results suggest that average speed differences in the early and late parts of the presentation duration are important for the occurrence of the speed-change-induced time distortion.

    DOI: 10.1068/p7241

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  • Questionable peer review practices Reviewed

    Kyoshiro Sasaki, Yuki Yamada

    Library and Information Science Research Electronic Journal   2024

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  • Autonomous, bidding, credible, decentralized, ethical, and funded (ABCDEF) publishing Reviewed

    Taiki Oka, Kaito Takashima, Kohei Ueda, Yuki Mori, Kyoshiro Sasaki, Hiro Taiyo Hamada, Masahito Yamagata, Yuki Yamada

    F1000Research   12   877 - 877   2023.7

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    <p>Scientists write research articles, process ethics reviews, evaluate proposals and research, and seek funding. Several strategies have been proposed to optimize these operations and to decentralize access to research resources and opportunities. For instance, we previously proposed the trinity review method, combining registered reports with financing and research ethics assessments. However, previously proposed systems have a number of shortcomings, including how to implement them, e.g., who manages them, how incentives for reviewers are paid, etc. Various solutions have been proposed to address these issues, employing methods based on blockchain technologies, called “decentralized science (DeSci)”. Decentralized approaches that exploit these developments offer potentially profound improvements to the troubled scientific ecosystem. Here, we propose a system that integrates ethics reviews, peer reviews, and funding in a decentralized manner, based on Web3 technology. This new method, named ABCDEF publishing, would enhance the speed, fairness, and transparency of scientific research and publishing.</p>

    DOI: 10.12688/f1000research.130188.1

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  • Backward illusory line motion: Visual motion perception can be influenced by retrospective stimulation Reviewed

    Fuminori Ono, Yuki Yamada, Kohske Takahashi, Kyoshiro Sasaki, Atsunori Ariga

    Journal of Vision   23 ( 6 )   6 - 6   2023.6

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  • Preschool children aged 4 to 5 years show discomfort with trypophobic images Reviewed

    Chiharu Suzuki, Nobu Shirai, Kyoshiro Sasaki, Yuki Yamada, Tomoko Imura

    Scientific Reports   13 ( 1 )   2023

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    The fear or disgust of clustered patterns, such as honeycomb or lotus seed pods, is known as trypophobia. A previous developmental study reported that 4-year-old children prefer neutral images over clustered images. However, whether those results indicated higher rating scores for trypophobic images has been controversial. In this study, we examined discomfort with trypophobic images in adults and children aged 4–9 years using an identical experimental procedure. A modified rating scale applicable for children was used that was based on the established Trypophobia Scale for adults. The participants were required to rate five trypophobic and five neutral images on four rating items (disgusting, fear, feel itchiness, and like) on a 4-point scale ranging from 1 (not at all) to 4 (very much). The participants in all age groups indicated higher rate scores for trypophobic images than for neutral images in terms of ‘disgust’, ‘fear’, and ‘feeling itchiness’, whereas they indicated higher scores for neutral images than for trypophobic images in terms of ‘like’. These results suggest that children aged 4–5 years have responses comparable to the responses of adults with respect to trypophobic and neutral images; thus, trypophobia appears to emerge at least by the age of 4–5 years.

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  • The superiority of up/down over left/right in metaphorical association with emotion Reviewed

    Fumiya Yonemitsu, Kyoshiro Sasaki, Yuki Yamada

    The Japanese Journal of Psychonomic Science   2023

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  • Robustness of the aging effect of smiling against vertical facial orientation Reviewed

    Naoto Yoshimura, Fumiya Yonemitsu, Kyoshiro Sasaki, Yuki Yamada

    F1000Research   11   404 - 404   2022.6

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    <p>Background: Previous studies have shown that the association between smiling and youth is a misconception; smiling faces have been estimated to be older than neutral faces. Previous studies have indicated that this aging effect of smiling (AES) is due to eye wrinkles caused by the facial action of smiling. However, whether holistic processing for facial expressions is involved in AES has not been investigated. The present study aimed to clarify these issues.</p><p>Methods: Participants were recruited to participate in an online experiment that had a 3 (facial expression: smiling/neutral/surprised) × 2 (facial orientation: upright/inverted) mixed design. Participants were presented with an upright or inverted face for each expression (neutral, smiling, and surprised) and were asked to estimate the individual’s age.</p><p>Results: In total, 104 participants were included in the analysis. The results show that smiling faces were estimated to be older than neutral faces, whereas there was no significant difference between upright and inverted faces.</p><p>Conclusions: Our findings suggest that AES is not dependent on holistic processing.</p>

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  • Development of a Japanese version of the Psychological Ownership Scale Reviewed

    Sayo Iseki, Kyoshiro Sasaki, Shinji Kitagami

    PeerJ   10   e13063 - e13063   2022.3

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    The present study addresses the need for a valid instrument for measuring dimensions of psychological ownership, including that of owned and non-owned objects, for use in the language and culture of Japan. Although the theory of psychological ownership has expanded self-extension theory, the most widely used scale of psychological ownership does not measure the extent to which one feels that it (the owned object) is a part of them. Thus, the present study aimed to develop a Japanese version of the Psychological Ownership Scale (POS-J) and examine its reliability and validity. Study 1 measured the POS-J of an owned object, finding the POS-J to have a two-factor structure (possession-self link and feeling of ownership) and its internal consistency and reliability to be adequate. Moreover, POS-J scores were positively correlated with perceived control and self-extension tendency, but not monetary value, indicating that conceptual validity was generally supported. To confirm whether the POS-J could be used for a non-owned object, Study 2 rephrased the expressions of item descriptions and examined the effect of imagining touching a non-owned object on the POS-J scores, showing that doing so increased the POS-J scores for the object. Our findings suggest that the POS-J is a reliable and valid measure of the psychological ownership of owned and non-owned objects for use in Japan.

    DOI: 10.7717/peerj.13063

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  • Trinity Review: Integrating Registered Reports with research ethics and funding reviews. Reviewed

    Mori, Y, Takashima, K, Ueda, K, Sasaki, K, Yamada, Y

    BMC Research Notes.   15 ( 1 )   2022

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    One major source of exhaustion for researchers is the redundant paperwork of three different documents-research papers, ethics review applications, and research grant applications-for the same research plan. This is a wasteful and redundant process for researchers, and it has a more direct impact on the career development of early-career researchers. Here, we propose a trinity review system based on Registered Reports that integrates scientific, ethics, and research funding reviews. In our proposed trinity review system, scientific and ethics reviews are undertaken concurrently for a research protocol before running the study. After the protocol is approved in principle through these review processes, a funding review will take place, and the researchers will begin their research. Following the experiments or surveys, the scientific review will be conducted on a completed version of the paper again, including the results and discussions (i.e., the full paper), and the full paper will be published once it has passed the second review. This paper provides the brief process of the trinity review system and discusses the need for and benefits of the proposed system. Although the trinity review system only applies to a few appropriate disciplines, it helps improve reproducibility and integrity.

    DOI: 10.1186/s13104-022-06043-x

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  • No significant association of repeated messages with changes in health compliance in the COVID-19 pandemic: A registered report on the extended parallel process model Reviewed

    Yang, J, Wu, X, Sasaki, K, Yamada, Y

    PeerJ   2021

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  • Bodily ownership and agency sensations in a natural state Reviewed

    Hidaka, S, Sasaki, K, Kawagoe, T, Asai, N, Teramoto, W

    Scientific Reports   11 ( 1 )   2021

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    <title>Abstract</title>Our bodily sensation is a fundamental cue for our self-consciousness. Whereas experimental studies have uncovered characteristics of bodily sensation, these studies investigated bodily sensations through manipulating bodily sensations to be apart from one’s own body and to be assigned to external, body-like objects. In order to capture our bodily sensation as it is, this questionnaire survey study explored the characteristics of bodily sensation using a large population-based sample (<italic>N</italic> = 580, comprising 20s to 70s age groups) without experimental manipulations. We focused on the sensations of ownership, the feeling of having a body part as one’s own, and agency, the feeling of controlling a body part by oneself, in multiple body parts (the eyes, ears, hands, legs, nose, and mouth). The ownership and agency sensations were positively related to each other in each body part. Interestingly, the agency sensation of the hands and legs had a positive relationship with the ownership sensations of the other body parts. We also found the 60s age group had a unique internal configuration, assessed by the similarity of rating scores, of the body parts for each bodily sensation. Our findings revealed the existence of unique characteristics for bodily sensations in a natural state.

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  • The clone devaluation effect: does duplication of local facial features matter? Reviewed

    Fumiya Yonemitsu, Kyoshiro Sasaki, Akihiko Gobara, Yuki Yamada

    BMC Research Notes   14 ( 1 )   2021

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    The clone devaluation is a phenomenon reported by the latest paper in which eeriness is evoked when people observe individuals with the same face (clone faces) compared to those with different faces. There are two possibilities that explain the clone devaluation effect. One is that the same facial features that clone faces have (duplication of facial features) induce the clone devaluation effect. The other possibility is that duplication of identities between people with clone faces is important for the clone devaluation effect. We thus conducted an experiment to investigate whether the duplication of identities or of facial features induces the clone devaluation effect.

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    Participants evaluated eeriness of scrambled clone faces and scrambled different faces using the paired comparison method. There was only a slight difference in subjective eeriness between scrambled clone faces and scrambled different faces. Therefore, this study suggests that the duplication of local facial features does not play a key role in inducing the clone devaluation effect.

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  • The clone devaluation effect: A new uncanny phenomenon concerning facial identity Reviewed

    Yonemitsu, F, Sasaki, K, Gobara, A, Yamada, Y

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  • Changing health compliance through message repetition based on the extended parallel process model in the COVID-19 pandemic Reviewed

    Jingwen Yang, Xue Wu, Kyoshiro Sasaki, Yuki Yamada

    PeerJ   8   e10318 - e10318   2020.11

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    When people are confronted with health proposals during the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, it has been suggested that fear of COVID-19 can serve protective functions and ensure public health compliance. However, health proposal repetition and its perceived efficacy also influence the behavior intention toward the proposal, which has not yet been confirmed in the COVID-19 context. The present study aims to examine whether the extended parallel process model (EPPM) can be generalized to a naturalistic context like the COVID-19 pandemic. Additionally, we will explore how repetition of a health proposal is involved with the EPPM. In this study, two groups of participants are exposed to the same health proposal related to COVID-19, where one group is exposed once and another group twice. They then fill out a questionnaire consisting of items concerning behavior intention and adapted from the Risk Behavior Diagnosis Scale. Structural equation modeling will be used to determine the multivariate associations between the variables. We predict that repetition of the health proposal will associate with response efficacy (i.e., a belief about the effectiveness of the health proposal in deterring the threat) and perceived susceptibility (i.e., a belief about the risk of experiencing the threat). It is also predicted that following the EPPM, behavior intention will associate with both perceived efficacy of the health proposal, which will underlie response efficacy, and perceived threat of COVID-19, which will underlie perceived susceptibility. We will discuss the process, based on the model, where health message repetition affects behavior intention during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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  • Your Face and Moves Seem Happier When I Smile Reviewed

    Fernando Marmolejo-Ramos, Aiko Murata, Kyoshiro Sasaki, Yuki Yamada, Ayumi Ikeda, José A. Hinojosa, Katsumi Watanabe, Michal Parzuchowski, Carlos Tirado, Raydonal Ospina

    Experimental Psychology   67 ( 1 )   14 - 22   2020.5

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    Abstract. In this experiment, we replicated the effect of muscle engagement on perception such that the recognition of another’s facial expressions was biased by the observer’s facial muscular activity (Blaesi &amp; Wilson, 2010). We extended this replication to show that such a modulatory effect is also observed for the recognition of dynamic bodily expressions. Via a multilab and within-subjects approach, we investigated the emotion recognition of point-light biological walkers, along with that of morphed face stimuli, while subjects were or were not holding a pen in their teeth. Under the “pen-in-the-teeth” condition, participants tended to lower their threshold of perception of happy expressions in facial stimuli compared to the “no-pen” condition, thus replicating the experiment by Blaesi and Wilson (2010). A similar effect was found for the biological motion stimuli such that participants lowered their threshold to perceive happy walkers in the pen-in-the-teeth condition compared to the no-pen condition. This pattern of results was also found in a second experiment in which the no-pen condition was replaced by a situation in which participants held a pen in their lips (“pen-in-lips” condition). These results suggested that facial muscular activity alters the recognition of not only facial expressions but also bodily expressions.

    DOI: 10.1027/1618-3169/a000470

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  • Boosting immunity of the Registered Reports system in psychology to the pandemic Reviewed

    Kyoshiro Sasaki, Yuki Yamada

    Frontiers in Research Metrics and Analytics   2020

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  • Warning 'Don't spread' versus 'Don't be a spreader' to prevent the COVID-19 pandemic Reviewed

    Fumiya Yonemitsu, Ayumi Ikeda, Naoto Yoshimura, Kaito Takashima, Yuki Mori, Kyoshiro Sasaki, Kun Qian, Yuki Yamada

    ROYAL SOCIETY OPEN SCIENCE   7 ( 200793 )   2020

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    The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak is threatening not only health but also life worldwide. It is important to encourage citizens to voluntarily practise infection-prevention (IP) behaviours such as social distancing and self-restraint. Previous research on social cognition suggested that emphasizing self-identity is key to changing a person's behaviour. The present study investigated whether reminders that highlight self-identity would be effective in changing intention and behaviour related to the COVID-19 outbreak, and hypothesized that those who read reminders highlighting self-identity (Don't be a spreader) would change IP intention and behaviour better than those who read 'Don't spread' or no reminder. We conducted a two-wave survey of the same participants with a one-week interval, during which we assigned one of three reminder conditions to the participants: 'Don't spread' (spreading condition), 'Don't be a spreader' (spreader condition) and no reminder (control condition). Participants marked their responses to IP intentions and actual behaviours each week based on the Japanese Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare guidelines. While the results did not show significant differences between the conditions, the post hoc analyses showed significant equivalence in either IP intentions or behavioural scores. We discussed the results from the perspective of the effect size, ceiling effects and ways of manipulation checks as future methods with more effective persuasive messaging. Following in-principle acceptance, the approved Stage 1 version of this manuscript was pre-registered on the OSF at https://doi.org/10.17605/OSF.IO/KZ5Y4. This pre-registration was performed prior to data collection and analysis.

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  • A dataset for the perceived vulnerability to disease scale in Japan before the spread of COVID-19 Reviewed

    Yuki Yamada, Haoqin Xu, Kyoshiro Sasaki

    F1000Research   9   334 - 334   2020

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    <ns4:p>The COVID-19 outbreak is a worldwide medical and epidemiological catastrophe, and the number of psychological studies concerning COVID-19 is growing daily. Such studies need baseline data from before the COVID-19 outbreak for comparison, but such datasets have not yet been accumulated and shared. Here, we provide a dataset on the perceived vulnerability to disease scale for 1382 Japanese participants obtained through an online survey conducted in 2018 that will be useful for comparison with current or post-COVID-19 perceived vulnerability to disease data.</ns4:p>

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  • Trypophobia as an urbanized emotion: Comparative research in ethnic minority regions of China Reviewed

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  • Goodness of the side of the dominant hand: A registered direct replication of Casasanto (2009) Reviewed

    Kyoshiro Sasaki, Fumiya Yonemitsu, Yuki Yamada

    Japanese Psychological Review   62   262 - 271   2020

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  • ‘‘Close, and ye shall find’’: eye closure during thinking enhances creativity Reviewed

    Fumiya Yonemitsu, Kyoshiro Sasaki, Akihiko Gobara, Koji Kosugi, Yuki Yamada

    Palgrave Communications   4 ( 1 )   2018.7

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    Facilitation of creative thinking is an important element for innovation. It has been suggested that cognitive resources are involved in creative thinking; however, little evidence of this involvement has been found. To address this issue, the present study focuses on eye closure, which saves more cognitive resources than open eyes. Forty participants experienced both close-eyed and open-eyed conditions, and all of them were asked to generate new names for rice and tea. The results revealed that in the close-eyed condition, participants generated 1.6-times more divergent (unrestricted and flexible) ideas than in the open-eyed condition, suggesting that closing eyes during thinking enhances creativity. Our findings provide empirical evidence for the necessity of cognitive resources in creative thinking.

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  • Trypophobia: From the past to the future Reviewed

    Sasaki, K, Yamada, Y

    Cognitive Studies   25   50 - 62   2018

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  • Autobiographical memory triggered by onomatopoeia Reviewed

    Gobara, A, Sasaki, K, Yamada, Y

    The Japanese Journal of Psychonomic Science   36   197 - 205   2018

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  • Involuntary protection against dermatosis: A preliminary observation on trypophobia Reviewed

    Yuki Yamada, Kyoshiro Sasaki

    BMC Research Notes   10 ( 1 )   2017.12

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    Objective: Trypophobia refers to the intense negative emotions evoked by exposure to repeated visual patterns like a honeycomb. We propose a cognitive mechanism that can explain why such negative emotions are triggered by trypophobic objects, primarily through automatic and involuntary avoidance of skin diseases, which is also called as the Involuntary Protection Against Dermatosis (IPAD) hypothesis. Results: We asked 856 participants to evaluate the discomfort evoked by trypophobic images and to report their past and current skin-related medical problems. Results showed that participants with a history of skin problems rated the pictures as evoking high discomfort as compared to those without skin problems. We conducted another survey to replicate the original survey using additional 690 participants, which confirmed the reliability of the current findings. The current study presents preliminary observational data that supports the IPAD hypothesis and suggests ways to reduce maladaptive emotional reactions toward trypophobic objects.

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  • When categorization-based stranger avoidance explains the uncanny valley: A comment on MacDorman and Chattopadhyay (2016) Reviewed

    Takahiro Kawabe, Kyoshiro Sasaki, Keiko Ihaya, Yuki Yamada

    COGNITION   161   129 - 131   2017.4

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    Artificial objects often subjectively look eerie when their appearance to some extent resembles a human, which is known as the uncanny valley phenomenon. From a cognitive psychology perspective, several explanations of the phenomenon have been put forth, two of which are object categorization and realism inconsistency. Recently, MacDorman and Chattopadhyay (2016) reported experimental data as evidence in support of the latter. In our estimation, however, their results are still consistent with categorization based stranger avoidance. In this Discussions paper, we try to describe Why categorization-based stranger avoidance remains a viable explanation, despite the evidence of MacDorman and Chattopadhyay, and how it offers a more inclusive explanation of the impression of eeriness in the uncanny valley phenomenon. (C) 2016 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

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  • Supporting mother-child picture book reading with a search system at a public library Reviewed

    Ohtake, Y, Okumura, Y, Gobara, A, Yonemitsu, F, Naka, K, Sasaki, K, Watanabe, N, Fujita, S, Hattori, T, Yamada, Y, Kobayashi, T

    The Science of Reading   59 ( 3 )   134 - 148   2017

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    <p>This study investigated the effectiveness of a search system designed to help parents find picture books for their infants and toddlers. Sixteen mothers used Pitarie―a search system that enables parents to find picture books suitable for their childʼs age and interests―and completed questionnaires and interviews concerning their joint picture-book reading experiences both before and after using the system. The questionnaire results showed that Pitarieʼs user-friendly interface and its search functions aided the mothers in finding picture books that were appropriate for their child.Moreover,follow-up interviews with the mothers also indicated that Pitarie increased their motivation to read picture books by introducing them to a wider variety of picture books. These findings suggest that Pitarie can improve the quality of picture-book selection and enhance joint picture-book reading.</p>

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  • Viscid onomatopoeiae alter visual disgust Reviewed

    Xue, Y, Gobara, A, Sasaki, K, Yamada, Y

    Cognitive Studies   24   360 - 375   2017

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  • The number-time interaction depends on relative magnitude in the suprasecond range Reviewed

    Kentaro Yamamoto, Kyoshiro Sasaki, Katsumi Watanabe

    COGNITIVE PROCESSING   17 ( 1 )   59 - 65   2016.2

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    Numerical representations influence temporal processing. Previous studies have consistently shown that larger numbers are perceived to last longer than smaller ones. However, whether this effect is modulated by the absolute or relative magnitudes of the numbers has yet to be fully understood. Here, participants observed single-and double-digit Arabic numerals in separate experimental blocks and reproduced stimulus duration of 600 or 1200 ms. Our results replicated previous findings that the duration of larger numbers was reproduced longer than that of smaller numbers within each digit set. Although the effect of numerical magnitude across single-and double-digit numerals was found when the numerals were presented for 600 ms, the difference was negligible when they were presented for 1200 ms, suggesting that relative magnitude is an important factor in the number-time interaction in the suprasecond range. These results suggest that contextual influence on number-time interaction may depend on the actual stimulus duration.

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  • When a silhouette appears male: Observer’s own physical fitness governs social categorization of sexually ambiguous stimuli Reviewed

    Reiki Kishimoto, Kyoshiro Sasaki, Akihiko Gobara, Yuko Ojiro, Giyeon Nam, Kayo Miura, Yuki Yamada

    Letters on Evolutionary Behavioral Science   7 ( 1 )   2016.1

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  • Two replications of "Hierarchical encoding makes individuals in a group seem more attractive (2014; Experiment 4)". Reviewed

    Yuko Ojiro, Akihiko Gobara, Giyeon Nam, Kyoshiro Sasaki, Reiki Kishimoto, Yuki Yamada, Kayo Miura

    The Quantitative Methods for Psychology   11 ( 2 )   r8   2015.6

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  • Scents boost preference for novel fruits Reviewed

    Yuki Yamada, Kyoshiro Sasaki, Satomi Kunieda, Yuji Wada

    APPETITE   81   102 - 107   2014.10

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    When faced with a novel food, multisensory information that includes appearance and smell is a very important cue for preference, categorization, and the decision of whether or not to eat it. We elucidated whether olfactory information leads to biased visual categorization of and preference for fruits, even when odors are presented subliminally. We employed morphed images of strawberries and tomatoes combined with their corresponding odorants as stimuli. Participants were asked to categorize the images into either of two categories, to evaluate their preference for each visual image, and to judge the presence/absence of the odor. Results demonstrated that visual categorization was not affected by the odor manipulation; however, preference for uncategorizable images increased when odors were presented regardless of the participant's awareness of the odor. Our findings suggest that visual preference for novel fruits is based on both conscious and unconscious olfactory processing regarding edibility. (C) 2014 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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  • Time-to-contact estimation modulated by implied friction Reviewed

    Yuki Yamada, Kyoshiro Sasaki, Kayo Miura

    PERCEPTION   43 ( 2-3 )   223 - 225   2014

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    The present study demonstrated that friction cues for target motion affect time-to-contact (TTC) estimation. A circular target moved in a linear path with a constant velocity and was gradually occluded by a static rectangle. The target moved with forward and backward spins or without spin. Observers were asked to respond at the time when the moving target appeared to pass the occluder. The results showed that TTC was significantly longer in the backward spin condition than in the forward and without-spin conditions. Moreover, similar results were obtained when a sound was used to imply friction. Our findings indicate that the observer's experiential knowledge of motion coupled with friction intuitively modulated their TTC estimation.

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  • Numbers increasing to the right contract perceived time Reviewed

    Kyoshiro Sasaki, Shuichiro Taya, Kayo Miura

    International Journal of Affective Engineering   13   279 - 284   2014

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  • Emotional sounds influence vertical vection Reviewed

    Kyoshiro Sasaki, Takeharu Seno, Yuki Yamada, Kayo Miura

    PERCEPTION   41 ( 7 )   875 - 877   2012

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    While viewing a large vertically moving sinusoidal luminance grating, the perception of upward self-motion (vection) was modulated by positive sounds (eg a baby's laughter). This may be because positive emotion and the spatial metaphor of vertical directions were unified in the mind.

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  • 感情 ( 村木里志・長谷川博・小川景子(編) 人間の許容・適応限界事典)

    佐々木恭志郎( Role: Contributorp241−244)

    朝倉書店  2022 

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  • 身体化認知 (河野哲也・山口真美・金沢創・渡邊克巳・田中章浩・床呂郁哉・高橋康介 (編) 顔身体学ハンドブック)

    佐々木恭志郎, 山田祐樹( Role: Contributor)

    2021 

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  • RightがRightであるわけ─左右と感情 (三浦佳世・河原純一郎 (編) 美しさと魅力の心理)

    佐々木 恭志郎( Role: Contributor)

    ミネルヴァ書房  2019 

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  • 好きになったのはいつ?─好みの後づけに関する諸現象 (三浦佳世・河原純一郎 (編) 美しさと魅力の心理)

    佐々木 恭志郎( Role: Contributor)

    ミネルヴァ書房  2019 

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  • 昇れば天国,落ちれば地獄─上下と感情 (三浦佳世・河原純一郎 (編) 美しさと魅力の心理)

    佐々木 恭志郎( Role: Contributor)

    ミネルヴァ書房  2019 

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  • 空間と感情 (三浦佳世 (編) 感性認知—アイステーシスの心理学—)

    佐々木 恭志郎( Role: Contributor)

    北大路書房  2016 

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  • スマートフォンを用いた乳児あやし動作の教示システム

    辻ひより, 山本匠, 山路碧空, 小林麻衣子, 佐々木恭志郎, 麻生典子, 杉浦裕太

    第40回センシングフォーラム高知工科大学  2023 

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    Venue:高知  

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  • Is the spatial position of the sun utilized for time-of-day perception and expression in paintings?

    Nishigaki, Y, Nakamura, K, Miura, K, Yamada, Y, Sasaki, K

    33rd International Congress of Psychology, Prague, Czech Republic.  2024 

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  • 無機質なロボットが人間社会に馴染むには?心理学から問題解決に迫る!~不気味の谷現象の視点から学ぼう~

    佐々木恭志郎

    課外教養プログラム  2024 

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  • コロナ禍では持ち物を他人のものの近くに置きたがらない

    郭雯, 池田鮎美, 高嶋魁人, 益田佳卓, 植田航平, 有賀敦紀, 佐々木恭志郎, 山田祐樹

    日本心理学会第87回大会  2023 

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    Venue:神戶国際会議場  

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  • 礎から見た応用・実用ー築きましょう!認知心理学と消費者行動の架け橋

    佐々木恭志郎

    第63回消費者行動研究コンファレンス 統一論題  2022 

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  • 真面目が肝心ー透明なサンプルサイズ正当化報告ー

    佐々木恭志郎

    第4回心理学の信頼性研究会  2024 

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    Venue:エイムアテイン貸会議室  

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  • Package impressions based on product categories and locations of a product image.

    Kohama, H, Yasuda, R, Iwasa, M, Sasaki, K

    33rd International Congress of Psychology, Prague  2024 

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  • Smartphone-Based Teaching System for Neonate Soothing Motions.

    Tsuji, H, Yamamoto, T, Yamaji, S, Kobayashi, M, Sasaki, K, Aso, N, Sugiura, Y

    2024 IEEE/SICE International Symposium on System Integration  2024 

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  • 個人特性による乳児の泣き声へのストレス反応の違い

    江口茉奈, 小林麻衣子, 佐々木恭志郎, 麻生典子, 渡邊克巳

    日本発達心理学会第35回大会  2024 

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    Venue:大阪国際交流センター  

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  • 良い抱っこに関する「実践知」をあぶりだす―新生児看護師を対象とした半構造化面接による探索的検討

    山路碧空, 麻生典子, 江口茉奈, 佐々木恭志郎, 小林麻衣子

    日本発達心理学会第35回大会  2024 

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  • Past on the left side and future on the right side: Examination of mental timeline by using a word allocation task.

    Uchikawa, N, Miura, K, Sasaki, K

    33rd International Congress of Psychology, Prague, Czech Republic.  2024 

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  • 「痛いの痛いの飛んでいけ」は文化普遍的なのか?―半構造化面接を使用した日中比較研究―

    鈴木春香, 倉澤智子, 小林麻衣子, 佐々木恭志郎, 渡邊克巳, 麻生典子

    日本発達心理学会第35回大会  2024 

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  • 重量挙げ習慣は垂直空間感情メタファを破壊するか?

    朱思斉, 佐々木恭志郎, 姜月, 錢琨, 山田祐樹

    日本心理学会第87回大会  2023 

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  • MinDAO with ABCDEF publishing will dismantle academic borders.

    Ueda, K, Oka, T, Takashima, K, Mori, Y, Sasaki, K, Hamada, H, T, Yamagata, M, Yamada, Y, Kunisato, Y, Muranaka, S, Takebayashi, Y

    DeSci.Tokyo pre-event,  2023 

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  • ある認知心理学者の表舞台と舞台裏

    佐々木恭志郎

    人文科学研究所公開研究会  2023 

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  • 医療情報における着目点提示による理学療法初学者の臨床推論支援

    吉田龍洋・畠山駿弥・杉本明文・堀寛史・佐々木恭志郎・高岡良行・松下光範

    HCGシンポジウム  2023 

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    Venue:北九州コンベンション協会  

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  • O☆S☆F

    米満文哉, 池田鮎美, 吉村直人, 佐々木恭志郎, 山田祐樹

    第5回 犬山認知行動研究会議(ICBM)  2023 

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    Venue:慶應義塾大学   Country:Japan  

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  • パッケージにおける製品画像のベスポジは?

    小濱颯人, 安田龍平, 岩佐芽吹, 佐々木恭志郎

    日本認知心理学会第21回大会  2023 

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  • 色形連合と視覚的注意

    安田龍平, 小濱颯人, 佐々木恭志郎

    関西若手実験心理学研究会  2023 

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    Venue:関西学院大学   Country:Japan  

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  • 手指消毒は拡張的パーソナルスペースの変容をもたらすか?

    西垣勇我, 内川乃天, 岡村敬, 郭雯, 池田鮎美, 高嶋魁人, 佐々木恭志郎, 山田祐樹

    日本認知科学会第40回大会  2023 

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    Venue:公立はこだて未来大学   Country:Japan  

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  • お菓子の位置は本当にパッケージの右下が好まれるのか―Deng & Kahn(2009)の概念的追試―

    小濱颯人, 安田龍平, 岩佐芽吹, 佐々木恭志郎

    関西若手実験心理学研究会  2023 

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    Venue:関西学院大学   Country:Japan  

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  • 自律感覚絶頂反応がもたらす不快感の決定打を探る―嫌悪感受性と社会不安に着目した探索的研究―

    内川乃天, 佐々木恭志郎

    日本認知科学会第40回大会  2023 

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    Venue:公立はこだて未来大学   Country:Japan  

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  • マスクは年齢をも覆い隠す

    尾崎翼, 立花大希, 橋本芳, 佐々木恭志郎

    日本認知心理学会第20回大会  2022 

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    Venue:神戸大学  

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  • COVID-19流行中の感染脆弱意識の変化

    池田鮎美, 佐々木恭志郎, 山田祐樹

    日本心理学会第86回大会  2022 

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    Venue:日本大学  

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  • 重荷に耐え切れない空間感情メタファ─荷運び労働者「棒棒」を対象とした検討

    朱思斉, 佐々木恭志郎, 姜月, 錢琨, 山田祐樹

    日本認知心理学会第20回大会  2022 

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    Venue:神戸大学  

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  • 顔同定・表情判断における空間一致バイアス:オンライン実験による検討

    福島彬文, 佐々木恭志郎, 中村航洋, 有賀敦紀

    日本心理学会第86回大会  2022 

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  • 4つの中国少数民族における身体化認知 空間感情メタファについての検討

    朱思斉, 佐々木恭志郎, 姜月, 錢琨, 山田祐樹

    日本心理学会第86回大会  2022 

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    Venue:日本大学  

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  • 日本語版心理的所有感尺度の作成および信頼性・妥当性の検討

    井関紗代, 佐々木恭志郎, 北神慎司

    第64回 消費者行動研究コンファレンス  2022 

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    Venue:西南学院大学  

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  • フィールドとラボが同時に停止する日

    山田祐樹, 朱思斉, 姜月, 佐々木恭志郎, 錢琨

    第9回顔・身体学領域会議  2022 

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    Venue:ホテルクレメント高松・レクザムホール (香川県・ハイブリッド開催)  

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  • 逆向性線運動錯視

    小野史典, 山田祐樹, 高橋康介, 佐々木恭志郎, 有賀敦紀

    日本認知心理学会第19回大会  2022 

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    Venue:大阪大学 (オンライン)  

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  • 揺蕩う人間による心理学研究

    佐々木恭志郎

    関西若手実験心理学研究会  2022 

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    Venue:立命館大学  

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  • 笑顔の皮肉―口元のプリントされたマスクがもたらす不気味さ

    立花太希, 尾崎翼, 橋本芳, 佐々木恭志郎

    第9回顔・身体学領域会議  2022 

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    Venue:ホテルクレメント高松・レクザムホール (香川県・ハイブリッド開催)  

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  • 不気味なスマイル―笑顔がプリントされたマスクがもたらす印象低下

    立花太希, 尾崎翼, 橋本芳, 佐々木恭志郎

    電子情報通信学会HIP研究会  2022 

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    Venue:東北大学  

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  • 「痛いの痛いの飛んでいけ」は本当に痛みを飛ばすのか?―主観評価と生理指標を用いた検討

    富岡輝, 小林麻衣子, 上田雄斗, 佐々木恭志郎, 杉浦裕太, 渡邊克巳, 麻生典子

    電子情報通信学会HCS研究会  2022 

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    Venue:京都工芸繊維大学  

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  • 初学者理学療法士の効果的な教育に向けた臨床推論過程の段階的検証

    畠山駿弥, 吉田龍洋, 堀寛史, 佐々木恭志郎, 松下光範

    HCGシンポジウム  2022 

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    Venue:サンポートホール高松  

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  • 急性期病院における理学療法士のリスク管理支援に関する一検討

    吉田龍洋, 畠山駿弥, 堀寛史, 佐々木恭志郎, 松下光範

    HCGシンポジウム  2022 

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    Venue:サンポートホール高松  

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  • 日常物体への単純接触効果の再考-観察角度に着目して-

    木村太紀, 白井理沙子, 佐々木恭志郎, 渡邊克巳

    日本基礎心理学会第41回大会  2022 

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    Venue:千葉大学  

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  • 礎から見た応用・実用ー築きましょう!認知心理学と消費者行動の架け橋ー

    佐々木恭志郎

    第63回消費者行動研究コンファレンス 統一論題  2021 

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    Venue:流通科学大学 (ハイブリッド開催)  

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  • 生活環境によって規定される身体感情メタファ―瑶和棒棒

    山田祐樹, 朱思斉, 姜月, 佐々木恭志郎, 錢琨

    第8回顔・身体学領域会議  2021 

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  • その食事どこから見るか?—摂食動画の視点の違いがもたらす空腹感の変容—

    高木あい, 佐々木恭志郎, 中村航洋, 渡邊克巳

    日本認知心理学会第18回大会  2021 

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    Venue:金沢工業大学 (オンライン)  

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  • 「拡散者にならないで」は 「拡散しないで」よりもコロナの感染拡大防止に効果的なのか?

    米満文哉, 池田鮎美, 吉村直人, 高嶋魁人, 森優希, 佐々木恭志郎, 錢琨, 山田祐樹

    日本認知心理学会第18回大会  2021 

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    Venue:金沢工業大学 (オンライン)  

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  • GoTo オンライン−Web 実験・調査を利用した非接触型ヒト行動データ収集

    佐々木恭志郎

    日本認知科学会第38回大会 企画シンポジウム「認知科学の研究・実践のDX (デジタルトランスフォーメーション)  2021 

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    Venue:北星学園大学  

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  • 要素の数と重畳が集合体恐怖に及ぼす影響

    鈴木千春, 白井述, 佐々木恭志郎, 山田祐樹, 伊村知子

    日本視覚学会2021冬季大会  2021 

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    Venue:東京工業大学 (オンライン)  

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  • 学術雑誌にまつわるエトセトラ

    佐々木恭志郎

    第11回Society for Tokyo Young Psychologists  2021 

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    Venue:早稲田大学  

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  • 幼児・児童を対象としたリモート視覚発達実験の有効性―トライポフォビアの発達実験(鈴木ら,2020)の追試を通して

    笠原舞, 鈴木千春, 佐々木恭志郎, 山田祐樹, 伊村知子, 白井述

    日本視覚学会2021年夏季大会  2021 

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  • 身体の所有感と主体感の自然なありさま

    日高聡太, 佐々木恭志郎, 川越 敏和, 浅井 暢子, 寺本 渉

    第1回学術変革領域研究A「生涯学」領域会議  2021 

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  • なぜ上下空間と感情の連合は左右よりも強いのか?

    米満文哉, 佐々木恭志郎, 山田祐樹

    日本基礎心理学会第39回大会  2020 

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    Venue:北海道大学 (オンライン)  

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  • 視覚的嫌悪感がもたらす接触忌避反応

    天野夏葵, 佐々木恭志郎, 石井辰典, 渡邊克巳

    電子情報通信学会HCS研究会  2020 

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    Venue:J:COM ホルトホール大分  

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  • 中国辺境の少数民族におけるトライポフォビアへの耐性

    朱思斉, 佐々木恭志郎, 姜月, 錢琨, 山田祐樹

    日本感情心理学会第28回大会  2020 

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    Venue:就実大学(オンライン)  

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  • 雲南省少数民族的空間情動比喩

    朱思斉, 佐々木恭志郎, 姜月, 錢琨, 山田祐樹

    第3回犬山認知行動研究会議  2020 

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    Venue:大阪大学  

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  • 顔印象の心理学研究から考えるルックス至上主義の世界

    中村航洋, 佐々木恭志郎, 渡邊克巳

    第3回 犬山認知行動研究会議  2020 

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    Venue:大阪大学  

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  • Do human-like identities belong to out group of human? International conference

    Wu, X, Sasaki, K, Yamada, Y

    The 32nd International Congress of Psychology  2020 

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    Venue:Prague, Czech Republic   Country:Czech Republic  

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  • 子どもにもトライポフォビアは生起するのか?: 4~9歳児と成人を対象に

    鈴木千春, 白井述, 佐々木恭志郎, 山田祐樹, 伊村知子

    日本視覚学会2020冬季大会  2020 

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    Venue:東京工業大学  

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  • Higher discrimination sensitivity for trustworthiness than untrustworthiness from facial appearance International conference

    Sasaki, K, Nakamura, K, Watanabe, K

    The 32nd International Congress of Psychology  2020 

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    Venue:Prague, Czech Republic.   Country:Czech Republic  

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  • 身体化された感情―上がれば天国・落ちれば地獄―

    佐々木恭志郎

    第5回赤ちゃん学コロキウム(「体から心へ」〜身体化認知の最先端〜)  2020 

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    Venue:同志社大学赤ちゃん学研究センター  

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  • 親しみやすい角度がもたらす物体好意度の上昇

    木村太紀, 佐々木恭志郎, 中村航洋, 渡邊克巳

    電子情報通信学会HIP研究会  2020 

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    Venue:東北大学 (オンライン)  

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  • 身体負荷は感情の身体化を崩壊させるか?

    山田祐樹, 佐々木恭志郎, 朱思斉, 姜月・錢琨

    第7回顔・身体学領域会議  2020 

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  • フィールドとラボで循環する心理学

    山田祐樹, 佐々木恭志郎, 朱思斉, 姜月・錢琨

    第6回顔・身体学領域会議  2020 

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  • 自閉傾向により引き裂かれる上下空間と感情

    佐々木恭志郎, 山田祐樹

    第4回顔・身体学領域会議  2019 

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    Venue:東京大学  

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  • Do we precisely monitor our own advice-taking behaviors? International conference

    Kitamura, M, Sasaki, K, Ishii, T, Watanabe, K

    XI. Dubrovnik Conference on Cognitive Science  2019 

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    Venue:Dubrovnik   Country:Croatia  

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  • 見えない,でも不快―円形集合体への無意識的感情処理―

    佐々木恭志郎, 渡邊克巳, 山田祐樹

    認知心理学会第17回大会  2019 

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    Venue:京都テルサ 京都府  

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  • 心理系学術雑誌の来し方行く末

    佐々木恭志郎

    第1回心理学の信頼性研究会  2019 

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    Venue:九州大学  

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  • Spatial congruency bias in identifying object is based on retinotopic processing International conference

    Sasaki, K, Ariga, A, Watanabe, K

    International Convention of Psychological Science (ICPS2019)  2019 

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    Venue:Paris   Country:France  

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  • 身体と心のリンク Invited

    佐々木恭志郎

    新潟大学  2019 

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    Venue:新潟大学  

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  • プレレジのすゝめ

    佐々木恭志郎

    認知心理学会第16回大会 ベーシック&フロンティアセミナー 「認知心理学研究のための再現可能性のすゝめ〜プレレジからデータ解析そしてオープンサイエンスまで〜」  2019 

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    Venue:京都テルサ  

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  • 再現性問題解決への希望:プレレジ実録体験記

    佐々木恭志郎

    日本発達心理学会第30回大会 日本発達心理学会・他学会等共催シンポジウム「今そこにある危機:再現可能性問題をめぐる現状と展望」  2019 

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    Venue:早稲田大学  

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  • ハニ族とタイ族以外の雲南少数民族における身体的心性

    佐々木恭志郎, 朱思斉, 姜月, 錢琨, 山田祐樹

    第5回顔・身体学領域会議  2019 

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    Venue:沖縄県市町村自治会館 沖縄県  

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  • 視触覚トライポフォビア

    徐皓芹, 佐々木恭志郎, 山田祐樹

    電子情報通信学会HIP研究会  2019 

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    Venue:東北大学  

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  • 根強い「タテ」の関係性―垂直・水平間の空間感情メタファの顕著性の違い

    佐々木恭志郎, 米満文哉, 山田祐樹

    第5回顔・身体学領域会議  2019 

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    Venue:沖縄県市町村自治会館 沖縄県  

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  • なぜ一休さんはクリエイティブなのか―閉眼による創造的思考の促進―

    米満文哉, 佐々木恭志郎, 郷原皓彦, 小杉考司, 山田祐樹

    日本基礎心理学会第38回大会若手オーラルセッション  2019 

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    Venue:神戸大学  

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  • 顔の信頼感/不信感判断のアシンメトリ

    佐々木恭志郎, 中村航洋, 渡邊克巳

    日本基礎心理学会第38回大会  2019 

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    Venue:神戸大学  

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  • 日本語版心理的所有感尺度の作成

    佐々木恭志郎, 井関紗代, 北神慎司

    日本心理学会第83回大会  2019 

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    Venue:立命館大学  

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  • 雲南少数民族でも上は良し

    錢琨, 佐々木恭志郎, 朱思斉, 姜月, 山田祐樹

    第4回顔・身体学領域会議  2019 

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    Venue:東京大学  

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  • 意図的行為に基づいたモノの所有感

    佐々木恭志郎, 渡邊克巳, 山田祐樹

    日本心理学会第82回大会  2018 

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    Venue:仙台国際センター  

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  • 気持ち悪さを科学する―不審なものを回避する心のメカニズム

    佐々木恭志郎

    電子情報通信学会HCS研究会  2018 

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    Venue:第一工業大学  

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  • 気持ち悪さを探る

    佐々木恭志郎

    新学術領域研究「顔・身体学」心理班若手公開研究会  2018 

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    Venue:中央大学  

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  • 心と身体のインタラクション ―身体化認知科学への招待―

    佐々木恭志郎

    仕掛学のプロモーションへの応用を考えるシンポジウム」フィジカルな仕掛けが人を動かす~今こそ、プロモーションに『仕掛け』を~  2018 

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    Venue:日本印刷会館  

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  • 感情の認知科学

    佐々木恭志郎

    第24回広島実験心理学研究会  2018 

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    Venue:広島大学  

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  • 触るな危険!?―円形集合体への接触忌避反応―

    佐々木恭志郎, 山田祐樹, 渡邊克巳

    日本認知心理学会第16回大会  2018 

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    Venue:立命館大学  

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  • 感情の身体化が崩壊するとき

    山田祐樹, 佐々木恭志郎, 井隼経子

    日本心理学会第82回大会  2018 

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    Venue:仙台国際センター  

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  • 身体化された情動の文化化を探る―中国雲南省少数民族の身体的心性―

    山田祐樹, 朱思斉, 錢琨, 佐々木恭志郎

    第2回顔・身体学領域会議  2018 

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    Venue:東京女子大  

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  • 身体化された情動の文化化を探る―中国雲南省少数民族の身体的心性―

    山田祐樹, 朱思斉, 錢琨, 佐々木恭志郎

    第2回顔・身体学領域会議  2018 

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    Venue:東京女子大  

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  • Emotional judgment of invisible trypophobic images

    Sasaki, K, Watanabe, K, Yamada, Y

    The 22nd Annual Meeting of the Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness  2018 

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    Venue:Krakow   Country:Poland  

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  • 気持ち悪い話

    佐々木恭志郎

    第17回感性学研究会  2018 

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    Venue:九州大学  

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  • 心理学研究をクラウドソースする

    佐々木恭志郎

    Web を利用した調査・実験研究をめぐって (日本心理学会第81回大会企画シンポジウム)  2018 

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    Venue:仙台国際センター  

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  • Effects of advice credibility on change opinion International conference

    Kitamura, M, Sasaki, K, Watanabe, K

    The 30th Association for Psychological Science Annual Convention  2018 

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    Venue:San Francisco   Country:United States  

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  • 身体化された感情

    佐々木恭志郎

    第3回若手科学者サミット 日本学術会議  2018 

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  • 気持ち悪さの科学

    佐々木恭志郎

    第7回環世界研究室「・・・ 気 持 ち 悪 ゥ ゥ ゥ」 好奇心の森「ダーウィンルーム」  2018 

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    Venue:好奇心の森「ダーウィンルーム」  

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  • 不気味の谷の引き金となる潜在的脅威への回避反応

    佐々木恭志郎, 井隼経子, 山田祐樹

    日本基礎心理学会第37回大会若手オーラルセッション  2018 

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    Venue:専修大学  

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  • オブジェクト同定における空間一致バイアスは網膜座標依存なのか?

    佐々木恭志郎, 有賀敦紀, 渡邊克巳

    日本基礎心理学会第37回大会  2018 

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    Venue:専修大学  

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  • 中国雲南省少数民族の身体化された情動について探ってみた

    佐々木恭志郎, 朱思斉, 錢琨, 山田祐樹

    第3回顔・身体学領域会議  2018 

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    Venue:沖縄県市町村自治会館 沖縄県  

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  • 垂直軸での身体-感情連合の崩壊

    佐々木恭志郎, 井隼経子, 山田祐樹

    第3回顔・身体学領域会議  2018 

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    Venue:沖縄県市町村自治会館 沖縄県  

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  • トライポフォビアにおける「感染」

    徐皓芹, 佐々木恭志郎, 山田祐樹

    日本基礎心理学会第37回大会  2018 

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    Venue:専修大学  

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  • Me, me, me.—クローン減価効果はアイデンティティの重複に起因する—

    米満文哉, 佐々木恭志郎, 郷原皓彦, 山田祐樹

    日本基礎心理学会第37回大会  2018 

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    Venue:専修大学  

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  • 身体化認知心理学

    佐々木恭志郎

    身体化認知と消費者行動研究  2017 

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    Venue:早稲田大学消費者研究所  

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  • The clone devaluation effect: Many exactly same faces induce eerie impressions

    Yonemitsu, F, Sasaki, K, Gobara, A, Yamada, Y

    The 17th annual meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, St. Pete Beach  2017 

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    Venue:Florida   Country:United States  

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  • The effect of an intervention assisting mothers with picture book search International conference

    Okumura, Y, Ohtake, Y, Gobara, A, Sasaki, K, Yonemitsu, F, Naka, K, Watanabe, N, Fujita, S, Hattori, T, Yamada, Y, Kobayashi, T

    The 27th annual conference of European Early Childhood Education Research Association (EECERA 2017)  2017 

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    Venue:Bologna   Country:Italy  

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  • トライポにトライを

    佐々木恭志郎, 山田祐樹

    第1回犬山鯨類鰭脚類行動シンポジウム (Inuyama CetaPin 1)  2017 

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    Venue:京都大学霊長類研究所  

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  • 絵本検索システムの利用による母親の絵本探し行動の変化

    大竹裕香, 奥村優子, 郷原皓彦, 中響子, 米満文哉, 佐々木恭志郎, 渡邊直美, 藤田早苗, 服部正嗣, 山田祐樹, 小林哲生

    日本赤ちゃん学会第17回学術集会  2017 

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    Venue:久留米シティプラザ  

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  • 新奇な果実はよく知る果実臭で好物化

    米満文哉, 佐々木恭志郎, 山田祐樹

    日本感情心理学会第25回大会  2017 

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    Venue:同志社大学  

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  • 集合体による不快感 ―空間周波数成分と集合体恐怖特性からの検討―

    佐々木恭志郎, 山田祐樹, 黒木大一朗, 三浦佳世

    日本感情心理学会第25回大会  2017 

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    Venue:同志社大学  

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  • 絵本検索システム「ぴたりえ」を用いた絵本探し支援の効果

    大竹裕香, 郷原皓彦, 中響子, 米満文哉, 佐々木恭志郎, 奥村優子, 渡邊直美, 藤田早苗, 服部正嗣, 山田祐樹, 小林哲生

    電子情報通信学会HCS研究会  2017 

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    Venue:なみきスクエア  

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  • オノマトペと画像の情報統合に基づいた視覚的嫌悪感の形成

    薛玉婷, 郷原皓彦, 佐々木恭志郎, 山田祐樹

    日本感情心理学会第25回大会  2017 

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    Venue:同志社大学  

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  • Temporal bias induced by pattern regularity

    Sasaki, K, Yamada, Y

    Fechner Day 2017, The 33rd Annual Meeting of the International Society for Psychophysics  2017 

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    Venue:Fukuoka   Country:Japan  

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  • Olfactory cue gains preference for novel fruit depending on categorical compatibility

    Yonemitsu, F, Sasaki, K, Yamada, Y

    Fechner Day 2017, The 33rd Annual Meeting of the International Society for Psychophysics  2017 

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    Venue:Fukuoka   Country:Japan  

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  • オノマトペから想起される自伝的記憶の諸特性―どきどきした「瞬間」を想起させる―

    郷原皓彦, 佐々木恭志郎, 山田祐樹

    日本心理学会第81回大会  2017 

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    Venue:久留米シティプラザ  

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  • 自閉傾向者の身体化認知―上下空間と感情の分離―

    佐々木恭志郎, 山田祐樹

    日本心理学会第81回大会  2017 

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    Venue:久留米シティプラザ  

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  • 空間と感情の連合—利き手・利き足による影響の検討—

    山本健太郎, 佐々木恭志郎

    第45回YPS (Young Perceptionists' Seminar)  2017 

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    Venue:伊豆長岡温泉いづみ荘  

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  • 新たな減価効果―顔の多重重複は不気味さを生む―

    米満文哉, 佐々木恭志郎, 郷原皓彦, 山田祐樹

    日本認知科学会第34回大会  2017 

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    Venue:金沢大学  

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  • 空間と感情の連合による反応時間への影響:身体部位間の関係性の検討

    山本健太郎, 佐々木恭志郎

    電子情報通信学会HIP研究会  2017 

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    Venue:東北大学  

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  • トライポホビアに對する實驗心理學的一考察

    佐々木恭志郎, 山田祐樹

    電子情報通信学会HIP研究会  2017 

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    Venue:東北大学  

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  • クローン減価効果と関連する個人特性

    米満文哉, 佐々木恭志郎, 郷原皓彦, 山田祐樹

    日本基礎心理学会第36回大会  2017 

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    Venue:立命館大学  

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  • 近くのモノは私のモノ―所有感を変調する自己との空間的距離―

    佐々木恭志郎, 田中観自, 渡邊克巳

    日本基礎心理学会第36回大会  2017 

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    Venue:立命館大学  

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  • To crowdsource, or not to crowdsource インターネットは心理学研究にFITするか?

    佐々木恭志郎, 山田祐樹

    第16回情報科学技術フォーラム (FIT2017)イベント企画)  2017 

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    Venue:東京大学  

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  • 刊行戦術―パブリケーションタクティクス

    佐々木恭志郎

    英語論文投稿への道2017 (日本心理学会第81回大会学会企画シンポジウム)  2017 

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    Venue:久留米シティプラザ  

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  • 行為と認知

    佐々木恭志郎

    視知覚の総合的理解を目指して―生理学,心理物理学,計算論  2017 

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    Venue:生理学研究所  

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  • バンザイすると直前の感情がいい気分に書き換わる?

    佐々木恭志郎

    認知心理学の卓越ポスドック講話会  2016 

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    Venue:九州大学  

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  • Sense of object ownership and sense of agency International conference

    Sasaki, K, Yamada, Y

    The 31st International Congress of Psychology  2016 

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    Venue:Yokohama   Country:Japan  

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  • ぶつぶつの気持ち悪さ

    佐々木恭志郎

    第2回食・心理・脳と応用技術の意見交換会  2016 

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    Venue:九州大学  

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  • 絵本検索システムを用いた図書館での母親の絵本探し支援の試み

    佐々木恭志郎, 郷原皓彦, 大竹裕香, 米満文哉, 中響子, 奥村優子, 渡邊直美, 藤田早苗, 服部正嗣, 山田祐樹, 小林哲生

    九州心理学会第71回大会  2016 

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    Venue:西南学院大学  

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  • クラウドソーシングによる知覚研究―コントラスト感度測定の場合

    佐々木恭志郎, 山田祐樹

    電子情報通信学会HIP研究会  2016 

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    Venue:東北大学  

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  • おそ松くんは実写化すると不気味になる―多重重複顔によるクローン減価効果―

    米満文哉, 佐々木恭志郎, 郷原皓彦, 山田祐樹

    九州心理学会第71回大会  2016 

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    Venue:西南学院大学  

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  • どうして一休さんはクリエイティブなのか?―創造性と閉眼―

    米満文哉, 佐々木恭志郎, 郷原皓彦, 山田祐樹

    中国四国心理学会第72回大会  2016 

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    Venue:東亜大学  

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  • こどもの興味にぴったりな絵本検索システム「ぴたりえ」を用いた福岡市東図書館での試み

    郷原皓彦, 米満文哉, 中響子, 佐々木恭志郎, 大竹裕香, 奥村優子, 服部正嗣, 藤田早苗, 山田祐樹, 小林哲生

    第18回図書館総合展  2016 

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    Venue:パシフィコ横浜 神奈川県  

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  • 身体化について本気出して考えてみた

    佐々木恭志郎

    第1回身体と認知研究会 (B&C)  2016 

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    Venue:日本大学  

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  • モノの所有感と行為主体感の共通基盤

    佐々木恭志郎, 山田祐樹

    日本基礎心理学会第35回大会  2016 

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    Venue:東京女子大学  

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  • 縦のつながりは支配的:空間と感情の連合の異方性

    佐々木恭志郎, 山田祐樹

    日本認知心理学会第14回大会  2016 

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    Venue:広島大学  

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  • 触覚オノマトペは素材に対する視覚的嫌悪感を変調する

    薛玉婷, 郷原皓彦, 佐々木恭志郎, 山田祐樹

    日本認知心理学会第14回大会  2016 

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    Venue:広島大学  

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  • クロノ・トリガー:規則性が誘発する時間バイアス

    佐々木恭志郎, 山田祐樹

    日本時間学会第8回大会  2016 

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    Venue:京都工芸繊維大学  

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  • オノマトペから想起される自伝的記憶の古さ

    郷原皓彦, 佐々木恭志郎, 山田祐樹

    日本時間学会第8回大会  2016 

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    Venue:京都工芸繊維大学  

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  • 行為がもたらす感情と感情がもたらす行為

    佐々木恭志郎

    九州大学大学院人間環境学府 多分野連携プログラム「共生社会のための心理学」ミニシンポジウム「身体の動きと、こころの働き」  2016 

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    Venue:九州大学  

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  • The space-emotion relationship is reconstructed through musical experience: Embodied emotion is labile International conference

    Sasaki, K, Yamada, Y, Ariga, A, Ihaya, K, Yamamoto, K, Ono, F, Miura, K

    The 14th European Congress of Psychology  2015 

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    Venue:Milan   Country:Italy  

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  • 密集体への不快感は空間周波数に基づくのか?

    佐々木恭志郎, 山田祐樹, 黒木大一朗, 三浦佳世

    日本基礎心理学会第34回大会  2015 

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    Venue:大阪樟蔭女子大学  

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  • 身体動作による感情情報への意識的アクセスの抑制

    佐々木恭志郎, 山田祐樹, 三浦佳世

    日本認知心理学会第13回大会  2015 

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    Venue:東京大学  

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  • 感情の後付け:運動動作は画像の感情評価を遡及的に変容させる

    佐々木恭志郎, 山田祐樹, 三浦佳世

    日本基礎心理学会第34回大会サテライトオーラルセッション  2015 

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    Venue:大阪樟蔭女子大学  

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  • ひとりぼっちに惹かれる―集団の構成人数と構成員の魅力度―

    小代裕子, 郷原皓彦, 南智然, 佐々木恭志郎, 岸本励季, 山田祐樹, 三浦佳世

    日本視覚学会2015冬季大会  2015 

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    Venue:工学院大学  

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  • 感情の書き換え ー身体動作は先行する視覚イベントの感情価を遡及的に修正するー

    佐々木恭志郎

    食と心理・VR・脳の意見交換会  2015 

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    Venue:九州大学  

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  • 身体動作による画像の感情価の遡及的変容

    佐々木恭志郎

    時間学研究セミナー『時間と心をめぐる冒険』  2015 

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    Venue:山口大学時間学研究所  

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  • Postdictive emotion-action coupling: A subsequent action modifies emotional valence of a preceding visual event International conference

    Sasaki, K, Yamada, Y, Miura, K

    2014 International Conference on Education, Psychology, and Social Sciences  2014 

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    Venue:Taipei   Country:Taiwan, Province of China  

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  • 感情と身体空間

    佐々木恭志郎

    日本認知心理学会公開シンポジウム「認知心理学のフロンティア -こころの常識と偏見を越えて-」  2014 

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    Venue:京都女子大学  

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  • 幸せだと「本当に」身体が上に浮きやすい!―空間と感情の結びつき―

    佐々木恭志郎

    認知社会心理学セミナー  2014 

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    Venue:立正大学  

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  • 密集物体による視覚的嫌悪感

    佐々木恭志郎

    日本感情心理学会第22回大会 若手感情研究者(YER)ワークショップ 「嫌悪の基礎と臨床研究会」  2014 

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    Venue:宇都宮大学  

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  • 視対象の初頭情報と時間知覚

    佐々木恭志郎

    視覚、聴覚、触覚間で時間は共通して流れているか?:時間知覚研究の展望と課題 (日本心理学会第78回大会企画シンポジウム)  2014 

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    Venue:同志社大学  

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  • 黒子が男に見えるとき ―自己の身体能力に基づいた他者判断―

    岸本励季, 佐々木恭志郎, 郷原皓彦, 小代裕子, 南智然, 三浦佳世, 山田祐樹

    日本基礎心理学会第33回大会  2014 

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    Venue:首都大学東京  

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  • どっちつかずは気持ち悪い―半端者の潜在的脅威が不気味の谷を穿つ―

    山田祐樹, 佐々木恭志郎

    九州心理学会第75回大会  2014 

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    Venue:宮崎公立大学  

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  • いろいろとありがとうございます ―他者の不幸は嬉しいしクリエイティブにもしてくれる―

    佐々木恭志郎, 山田祐樹

    日本基礎心理学会第33回大会  2014 

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    Venue:首都大学東京  

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  • 嫌悪刺激暴露によるマインドフルネスの変容

    佐々木恭志郎, 小野史典, 山田祐樹

    九州心理学会第75回大会  2014 

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    Venue:宮崎公立大学  

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  • 法と空間心理学 ―法廷配置と利き手が生み出す量刑判断バイアス―

    山田祐樹, 佐々木恭志郎, 三浦佳世

    日本認知心理学会第12回大会  2014 

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    Venue:仙台国際センター  

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  • 蓮コラを心理学する

    佐々木恭志郎, 山田祐樹, 黒木大一朗, 三浦佳世

    YPS・若手ジョイントセミナー —視覚・知覚・認知科学のための計算論モデリング—  2014 

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    Venue:志賀島  

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  • 意識にのぼらない嗅覚情報は未知なる果実の好意度を上昇させる

    佐々木恭志郎, 山田祐樹, 國枝里美, 和田有史

    第14回 香り・味と生体情報研究会  2014 

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    Venue:福岡工業大学 FITセミナーハウス  

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  • 無意識的な感情処理は空間と感情の概念的連合を活性化させるか?

    佐々木恭志郎, 山田祐樹, 三浦佳世

    日本認知心理学会第12回大会  2014 

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    Venue:仙台国際センター  

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  • Can unaware emotional information activate space-valence association? International conference

    Sasaki, K, Yamada, Y, Miura, K

    The 10th Asia-Pacific Conference on Vision  2014 

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    Venue:Takamatsu   Country:Japan  

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  • Temporal change in numerical magnitude modulates time perception

    Sasaki, K, Yamamoto, K, Miura, K

    The 36th annual meeting of The European Conference on Visual Perception  2013 

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    Venue:Bremen   Country:Germany  

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  • きっかけの話 ―普通の大学生が心理学の研究を好きになるまで―

    佐々木恭志郎

    谷田谷 研究発表会  2013 

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    Venue:大正大学  

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  • 感情形成における画像認知と身体動作の遡及的統合

    佐々木恭志郎, 山田祐樹, 三浦佳世

    日本基礎心理学会第32回大会  2013 

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    Venue:金沢市文化ホール  

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  • 香らないのに好きになる ―未知の果実への好意度を上昇させる閾下嗅覚手がかり―

    山田祐樹, 佐々木恭志郎, 國枝里美, 和田有史

    日本基礎心理学会第32回大会  2013 

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    Venue:金沢市文化ホール  

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  • 量刑判断は法廷配置によって左右される

    佐々木恭志郎, 山田祐樹, 三浦佳世

    法と心理学会第14回大会  2013 

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    Venue:九州大学  

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  • 運動対象の知覚時間は初速によって決定付けられる

    佐々木恭志郎

    Internet Vision Meeting  2013 

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  • 数の相対的な大きさが時間知覚に及ぼす影響

    山本健太郎, 佐々木恭志郎, 渡邊克巳

    日本心理学会第77回大会  2013 

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    Venue:札幌コンベンションセンター  

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  • 時間知覚に与える数の空間的順序効果

    佐々木恭志郎, 田谷修一郎, 三浦佳世

    日本視覚学会2013冬季大会  2013 

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    Venue:工学院大学  

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  • 時間知覚に与える数の時空間的順序効果

    佐々木恭志郎

    第1回 知覚と運動技能研究会  2013 

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    Venue:山口大学時間学研究所  

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  • Increase in numerical magnitude from left-to-right shortens perceived time International conference

    Sasaki, K, Taya, S, Miura, K

    International Conference on Biometrics and Kansei Engineering  2013 

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    Venue:Tokyo   Country:Japan  

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  • 数の大きさの経時的変化は時間知覚を変容させる

    佐々木恭志郎, 山本健太郎, 三浦佳世

    日本基礎心理学会第31回大会  2012 

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    Venue:九州大学  

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  • Contribution of the positive emotional sounds to upward vection

    Sasaki, K, Seno, T, Yamada, Y, Miura, K

    The 34th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society  2012 

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    Venue:Sapporo   Country:Japan  

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  • Why is the duration of decelerating motion perceived longer than that of accelerating one? International conference

    Sasaki, K, Yamamoto, K, Miura, K

    2012 Annual Conference of the Korean Psychological Association. International Conference on " Psychology: Toward a Just World  2012 

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  • 快情動による上下方向自己運動感覚の変調

    佐々木恭志郎, 妹尾武治, 山田祐樹, 三浦佳世

    九州大学心理学研究室合宿  2012 

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    Venue:九州大学  

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  • 速度変化による時間の歪み

    佐々木恭志郎

    九州大学心理学研究室合宿  2011 

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    Venue:九州大学  

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  • 運動対象の速度変化が時間知覚に与える影響

    佐々木恭志郎, 山本健太郎, 三浦佳世

    日本視覚学会2011夏季大会  2011 

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    Venue:九州大学  

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  • Extrinsic motivation underlies precise temporal production International conference

    Yamamoto, K, Ono, F, Yamada, Y, Sasaki, K, Ihaya, K, Watanabe, K

    International Conference on Biometrics and Kansei Engineering  2011 

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    Venue:Kagawa   Country:Japan  

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  • 運動対象の速度勾配が時間知覚に及ぼす影響

    三浦佳世, 佐々木恭志郎, 山本健太郎

    日本基礎心理学会第29回大会  2010 

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    Venue:関西学院大学  

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  • 運動対象の加速度が時間知覚に及ぼす影響

    佐々木恭志郎, 山本健太郎, 三浦佳世

    第38回YPS (Young Perceptionists' Seminar)  2010 

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    Venue:北九州  

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Awards

  • 第3回顔・身体学領域会議トラベルアワード

    2018  

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  • 第82回大会優秀発表賞

    2018   日本心理学会  

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  • 第72回大会優秀発表賞

    2017   中国四国心理学会  

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  • ヒューマンコミュニケーション賞

    2017   電子情報通信学会  

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  • 第18回図書館総合展 ポスターセッション 優秀賞

    2016  

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  • 第34回大会優秀発表賞

    2016   日本基礎心理学会  

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  • 第12回大会 優秀発表賞 社会的貢献度評価部門

    2015   日本認知心理学会  

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  • 学府長賞 最優秀賞

    2014   九州大学大学院 人間環境学府  

    佐々木 恭志郎

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  • 文学部卒業生総代

    2012   九州大学  

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  • 学生表彰 (学士)

    2012   九州大学  

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  • 特別優秀発表賞

    2023   日本心理学会第87回大会  

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  • 第14回錯視・錯聴コンテスト入賞

    2022  

    郷原皓彦, 米満文哉, 佐々木恭志郎, 吉村直人, 山田祐樹

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    2020  

    高橋, 有賀, 小野, 佐々木, 山田

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  • 第28回大会独創研究賞

    2020   日本感情心理学会  

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  • 第28回大会優秀研究賞

    2020   日本感情心理学会  

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  • 2020年度 第12回錯視・錯聴コンテスト入賞

    2020  

    小野, 山田, 高橋, 佐々木, 有賀

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  • オーラルセッションファイナリスト

    2018   日本基礎心理学会 若手研究者特別委員会  

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  • 第10回錯視・錯聴コンテスト入賞

    2018  

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  • 第75回大会 優秀発表賞

    2015   九州心理学会  

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  • サテライトオーラルセッションファイナリスト

    2015   日本基礎心理学会 若手研究者特別委員会  

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  • 第32回大会優秀発表賞

    2014   日本基礎心理学会  

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  • 第31回大会優秀発表賞

    2013   日本基礎心理学会  

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Research Projects

  • Unraveling the pathogen detection mechanisms of the behavioral immune system through the interaction of visual, olfactory, and tactile senses with disgust.

    Grant number:23H01057  2023.4 - 2027.3

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  • 優位性関係を生み出すこころの発達的起源

    Grant number:23H03702  2023.4 - 2027.3

    日本学術振興会  科学研究費助成事業  基盤研究(B)

    孟 憲巍, 鹿子木 康弘, 佐々木 恭志郎

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  • Developing a new parenting training program using baby robots.

    Grant number:23H01046  2023.4 - 2026.3

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  • Multimodal Avoidance Behaviors of Robots Based on Acceptability to Others' Approaches

    Grant number:23K11278  2023.4 - 2026.3

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)

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    Grant amount:\4680000 ( Direct Cost: \3600000 、 Indirect Cost:\1080000 )

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  • 潜在的脅威性の視覚認知プロセスの解明に向けた実験心理学的アプローチ

    Grant number:22K13881  2022.4 - 2025.3

    日本学術振興会  若手研究  若手研究

    佐々木恭志郎

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    Grant amount:\4680000 ( Direct Cost: \3600000 、 Indirect Cost:\1080000 )

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  • 「痛いの痛いの飛んでいけ」の心理的・物理的効果とわらべ唄の存在意義の検討

    Grant number:21K18534  2021.7 - 2024.3

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Challenging Research (Exploratory)  Grant-in-Aid for Challenging Research (Exploratory)

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    Grant amount:\6370000 ( Direct Cost: \4900000 、 Indirect Cost:\1470000 )

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  • 感性的質感知覚の適応的意義への比較認知発達科学からのアプローチ

    Grant number:21H03784  2021.4 - 2024.3

    日本学術振興会  科学研究費助成事業 基盤研究(B)  基盤研究(B)

    伊村 知子, 足立 幾磨, 白井 述, 山田 祐樹, 佐々木 恭志郎

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    Grant amount:\16770000 ( Direct Cost: \12900000 、 Indirect Cost:\3870000 )

    成人では、蓮の実や蜂の巣など、小さな穴の集合体の画像に対する特有の不快感が生じることが報告されており、集合体恐怖(トライポフォビア)と呼ばれてきた。集合体恐怖の生起には、病原体や感染症を回避しようとする特性や画像の空間周波数特性など様々な要因が関与すると考えられているが、集合体恐怖の発達過程や種を超えた進化的基盤は十分に明らかではない。
    申請者らの発達研究により4,5歳児にも集合体恐怖が生じることや、動物の野外実験の研究によりチンパンジーやニホンザルにも病原体や感染症に対する回避的反応が生じることから考えると、より初期の発達段階やヒト以外の動物にも集合体に対する嫌悪的反応が生じる可能性がある。そこで、2021年度の研究では、児童期の集合体恐怖に影響を及ぼす要因について検討した。
    実験は、COVID-19の流行により対面実験が困難であったため、オンライン実験の方法の開発と合わせて実施した。4歳から9歳の子ども60名を対象に、ビデオ通話を通じて、集合体刺激、中性刺激に対して、「好き」、「気持ち悪い」、「怖い」、「かゆい」の4つの質問項目に4件法で回答させた。その結果、オンライン実験においても、対面実験で得られた結果とほぼ同じく、4,5歳から集合体刺激に対して不快感を示すことが確かめられた。続いて、4歳から9歳の子ども60名、成人20名の合計80名を対象に集合体の要素の効果についてオンライン実験により検討した。集合体刺激として、円の個数や大きさを操作した4種類の集合体サイズの刺激を呈示し、「好き」、「気持ち悪い」、「怖い」、「かゆい」の4つの質問項目に4件法で回答させた。その結果、4,5歳から集合体刺激に対する不快感が生じるものの、6,7歳以降から、要素の数や大きさの増加に伴う不快感の上昇が顕著に生じることが明らかになった。

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  • 感情認知における自己主体感覚情報の利用可能性

    2019 - 2022

    日本学術振興会  若手研究 

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  • 心の時間の縮小・伸長がもたらす感情の変容

    2018 - 2019

    中山人間科学財団  研究助成 

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  • 対物所有感の形成メカニズムの解明

    2017 - 2020

    日本学術振興会  特別研究員奨励費 

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  • Cognition and evaluation of various spaces based on body, emotion and Kansei evaluation

    Grant number:16K04427  2016.4 - 2019.3

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)

    Miura Kayo, SASAKI kyoshiro, QUIN kon, CHO kiyoe, GOBARA akihiko, MASTUDA ken

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    Grant amount:\3380000 ( Direct Cost: \2600000 、 Indirect Cost:\780000 )

    How and by what factors determine the various impressions, emotions and evaluations felt in various spaces (e.g. actual space, space in a monitor, space in arts)? How do such impressions, emotions and evaluations affect motor actions in actual spaces? Focusing on spatial aspects, we discussed perception with impressions, cognition with evaluations, and motor actions associated with emotional valences. In the discussion, we focused on implicit/explicit processing, embodied cognition, space-valence metaphor, processing fluency, information integration and individual difference. The findings have been reported at the international and domestic conferences, and published in the international and domestic journals. We also introduced these findings widely through general books and lectures. We are confident about the significance of this research in the academic society and in the general society.

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  • 身体化認知の機能的メカニズムの解明

    2014 - 2017

    日本学術振興会  特別研究員奨励費 

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  • 平成25年度学生の独創的研究活動支援

    2013 - 2014

    九州大学基金 

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  • 平成25年度学生の国際会議等参加等支援 (「独創的研究活動支援」採用のため辞退)

    2013

    九州大学基金 

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Teaching Experience

  • 卒業研究

    2022 - Present Institution:関西大学総合情報学部

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    2021 - Present Institution:関西大学総合情報学部

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  • 認知科学

    2020 - Present Institution:関西大学総合情報学部

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  • 認知科学特論

    2020 - Present Institution:関西大学大学院総合情報学研究科

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  • 認知心理学

    2020 - Present Institution:関西大学総合情報学部

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  • 実験心理学特論A

    2022 - Present Institution:Chukyo University

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  • 専門演習

    2022 - 2023 Institution:立命館大学食マネジメント学部

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  • 心理学入門

    2022 - 2023 Institution:九州大学基幹教育院

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  • 導入ゼミ

    2020 - 2022 Institution:関西大学総合情報学部

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  • データリテラシー入門

    2020 - 2021 Institution:関西大学総合情報学部

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  • 認知実験デザイン論

    2019 - 2020 Institution:早稲田大学基幹理工学部

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  • 早稲田大学基幹理工学部

    2017 - 2020 Institution:Rikkyo University

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Academic Activities

  • Frontiers in Psychology

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  • 感情心理学研究

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  • VISION (日本視覚学会学会誌)

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  • 日本バーチャルリアリティ学会論文誌

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  • Wellcome Open Research

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  • Scientific Reports

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  • Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology

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  • Japanese Psychological Research

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  • 基礎心理学研究

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  • PCI Registered Reports

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  • Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance

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  • Perception

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  • PeerJ

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  • Psychology & Neuroscience

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  • Psychological Reports

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  • 心理学研究

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  • 心理学評論

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  • 消費者行動研究

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  • Cognitive Processing

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  • Cognition & Emotion

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  • Experimental Brain Research

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  • 認知科学

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  • Frontiers in Public Health

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