An invited symposium by members of AASP, including Minoru Karasawa, was held at the 26th International Congress of IACCP. Symposium Chair: Prof. Sylvia Chen (Hong Kong Polytechnic University)
The joint research project with Professors Yoko Sugitani and Taku Togawa (Faculty of Economics, Sophia University) has received a Yoshida Hideo Memorial Research Award.
Professor Karasawa will serve as the President-Elect of the Asian Association of Social Psychology for the years of 2021-2023 and as the President for 2023-2025
Now available online: Group Processes & Intergroup Relations
Now available on line: Japanese Journal of Psychology
In general terms, the members of our lab conduct research in a field known as social cognition.
Social cognition is a subfield of social psychology, which is concerned mainly with how people make sense of their social worlds - consisting of other people around them as well as the groups and communities to which they belong.
Japanese National Identity
Karasawa, Tsukamoto, & Ryu (2020). Can patriotism be distinguished from nationalism? Empirical evidence concerning Japanese national identity and Its ideological significance. Poster presented at SPSP Annual Conference (New Orleans, LA, USA)
Stereotype and Language
Iori KASAHARA (Ph.D. Student) presented at SPSP 2020 (New Orleans, LA, USA).
Wice, Karasawa, Matsui, & Miller (2020)
Knowing minds: Culture and perceptions of mental state access. Asian Journal of Social Psychology, 23, 319-327.
Matsuo, Sasahara, Taguchi, & Karasawa (2019)
Development and validation of the Japanese Moral Foundations Dictionary. PLOS ONE, 14(3): e0213343
Talk at TEDxNagoyaU
Psychological Mechanisms Underlying Social Divisiveness