Keiko Ihaya
Keiko Ihaya
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Categorization difficulty is associated with negative evaluation in the “uncanny valley” phenomenon
Y Yamada, T Kawabe, K Ihaya
Japanese psychological research 55 (1), 20-32, 2013
Stress and worry in the 2020 coronavirus pandemic: Relationships to trust and compliance with preventive measures across 48 countries in the COVIDiSTRESS global survey
A Lieberoth, SY Lin, S Stöckli, H Han, M Kowal, R Gelpi, S Chrona, ...
Royal Society Open Science 8 (2), 200589, 2021
COVIDiSTRESS Global Survey dataset on psychological and behavioural consequences of the COVID-19 outbreak
Y Yamada, DB Ćepulić, T Coll-Martín, S Debove, G Gautreau, H Han, ...
Scientific data 8 (1), 3, 2021
A multi-country test of brief reappraisal interventions on emotions during the COVID-19 pandemic
K Wang, A Goldenberg, CA Dorison, JK Miller, A Uusberg, JS Lerner, ...
Nature human behaviour 5 (8), 1089-1110, 2021
A global experiment on motivating social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic
N Legate, T Ngyuen, N Weinstein, A Moller, L Legault, Z Vally, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (22), 2022
Avoidance of novelty contributes to the uncanny valley
K Sasaki, K Ihaya, Y Yamada
Frontiers in psychology 8, 1792, 2017
Can you eat it? A link between categorization difficulty and food likability
Y Yamada, T Kawabe, K Ihaya
Advances in cognitive psychology 8 (3), 248, 2012
In COVID-19 health messaging, loss framing increases anxiety with little-to-no concomitant benefits: Experimental evidence from 84 countries
CA Dorison, JS Lerner, BH Heller, AJ Rothman, II Kawachi, K Wang, ...
Affective science 3 (3), 577-602, 2022
井隼経子, 中村知靖
パーソナリティ研究 17 (1), 39−49, 2008
When categorization-based stranger avoidance explains the uncanny valley: A comment on MacDorman and Chattopadhyay (2016)
T Kawabe, K Sasaki, K Ihaya, Y Yamada
Cognition 161, 129-131, 2017
Narcissistic people cannot be moved easily by visual stimulation
T Seno, Y Yamada, K Ihaya
Perception 40 (11), 1390-1392, 2011
Vection (self-motion perception) alters cognitive states, cognition of time, mental number line and personality
T Seno, S Taya, Y Yamada, K Ihaya, H Ito, S Sunaga
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 34 (34), 2012
Più mosso: Fast self-motion makes cyclic action faster in virtual reality
K Ihaya, T Seno, Y Yamada
Revista Latinoamericana de Psicología 46 (1), 53-58, 2014
I speak fast when I move fast: the speed of illusory self-motion (vection) modulates the speed of utterances
T Seno, K Ihaya, Y Yamada
Frontiers in Psychology 4, 494, 2013
Implicit processing of environmental resources in psychological resilience
K Ihaya, Y Yamada, T Kawabe, T Nakamura
Psychologia 53 (2), 102-113, 2010
Four aspects of resilience: understanding and utilization of intra-and inter-personal resources
K Ihaya, T Nakamura
Jpn J Personal 17, 39-49, 2008
The Psychological Science Accelerator’s COVID-19 rapid-response dataset
EM Buchanan, SC Lewis, B Paris, PS Forscher, JM Pavlacic, JE Beshears, ...
Scientific data 10 (1), 87, 2023
Author Correction: COVIDiSTRESS diverse dataset on psychological and behavioural outcomes one year into the COVID-19 pandemic
AM Blackburn, S Vestergren
Scientific Data 10 (1), 12, 2023
Extrinsic motivation underlies precise temporal production
K Yamamoto, F Ono, Y Yamada, K Sasaki, K Ihaya, K Watanabe
2011 International Conference on Biometrics and Kansei Engineering, 91-94, 2011
レジリエンスの 4 側面と潜在性・顕在性: 環境資源からの検討 (視知覚とその応用, 一般)
井隼経子, 山田祐樹, 河邉隆寛, 中村知靖
映像情報メディア学会技術報告 33.45, 91-96, 2009
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