2008 Working paper series

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Emotional functioning and socio-economic uncertainty: Is "Hikikomori" an indigenous cultural pathology in Japan? Tatsuya Kameda and Keigo Inukai

89

Democracy under uncertainty: Why self-interested group members cooperate in joint decision tasks Tatsuya Kameda, Takafumi Tsukasaki, and Reid Hastie

88

Self-judgment and the primitive templates of the mind: Implications for similarity and variability in self-judgment Hyekyung Park and Oscar Ybarra

87

Perceiving the self through the eyes of others: A cultural study Hyekyung Park, Rie Toriyama, and Shinobu Kitayama

86

Are French interdependent? National variation in implicit interdependence in Western Europe Hyekyung Park, William Maddux, and Shinobu Kitayama

85

Difference of money consciousness by social activities -Community currency participants vs. financial institution participants- (in Japanese) Shigeto Kobayashi, Makoto Nishibe, Ken-ichi Kurita, and Takashi Hashimoto

84

Theory of mind enhances preference for fairness Haruto Takagishi, Shinya Kameshima, Michiko Koizumi, Joanna Schug, and Toshio Yamagishi

83

Strong reciprocity and reputation management Toshio Yamagishi, Yutaka Horita, and Haruto Takagishi

82

Outgroup homogeneity effect in perception Keiko Ishii and Shinobu Kitayama

81

The primal warrior: Outgroup threat priming enhances intergroup discrimination in men but not women Masaki Yuki and Kunihiro Yokota

80

Social exchange and coalition in intra-group cooperation and inter-group competition Toshio Yamagishi and Nobuhiro Mifune

79

I know most people know what you mean: The effect of consensus estimation on utterance comprehension Victoria Wai Lan Yeung, Ivy Yee Man Lau, and Chi Yue Chiu

78

Stereotype-relevant information processing: Does a task with a communication goal analogous to that with an impression formation goal? Victoria Wai Lan Yeung and Yoshihisa Kashima

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Culture and stereotype communication: Are people from Eastern cultures more stereotypical in communication? Victoria Wai Lan Yeung and Yoshihisa Kashima

In CEFOM/21 program (Center for the Study of Cultural and Ecological Foundations of the Mind, a 21st Century Center of Excellence) which ended on March, 2007, 72 working papers have been published. Those working papers were moved to Center for Experimental Research in Social Sciences (CERSS) which inherited the heritage of educational research from CEFOM/21 program. You can get the abstracts of those working papers from No.73 at this page.

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