2011 Working paper series

133

A socio-ecological approach to cross-cultural differences in rejection sensitivity and taijin kyofusho Kosuke Sato and Masaki Yuki

132

The moderating effect of relational mobility on the determinants of happiness: A cross-situational comparison (in Japanese) Kosuke Sato, Masaki Yuki, and Kosuke Takemura

131

Two Faces of Interdependence Hirofumi Hashimoto and Toshio Yamagishi

130

Is consensus-seeking unique to humans? A selective review of animal group decision-making and its implications for (human) social psychology Tatsuya Kameda, Thomas Wisdom, Wataru Toyokawa, and Keigo Inukai

129

Comparative study of family environment: Families with developmental disability and typically developing children Keiko Ito and Kazuo Nihira

128

Acculturation, psychological adjustment, and cultural self-efficacy Keiko Ito

127

The q-exponential model for probability discounting of gain and loss Ruokang Han and Taiki Takahashi

126

Social discounting of gain and loss Ruokang Han, Toshio Yamagishi, Haruto Takagishi, and Taiki Takahashi

125

Trust between Japan and China in Faith Game Experiment (in Japanese) Yang Li

124

Chinese perception of Guanxi and development of a Guanxi scale (in Japanese) Yang Li

123

Societal differences in the impact of social exclusion on negative affect and state self-esteem : an investigation from a socio-ecological approach (in Japanese) Shohei Aizu, Masaki Yuki, and Shigehiro Oishi (University of Virginia)

122

The nature of trust: simultaneous and sequential trust game Mizuho Shinada

121

General trust and accuracy of trustworthiness judgment Mizuho Shinada, Toshio Yamagishi, and Max Krasnow

120

A Content Analysis of Social Relationship (Guanxi) in China. (In Japanese) Yang Li

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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