Iori KASAHARA | 名古屋大学情報学研究科 心理学講座 唐沢研究室

Iori KASAHARA

Profile

Background

Education
2019.4 -
Ph.D. student, Department of Cognitive and Psychological Sciences, Graduate School of Informatics, Nagoya University
2018.4 - 2018.9
Research student, Department of Social Psychology, Graduate School of Humanities and Sociology, the University of Tokyo
2015.4 - 2018.3
M.A. student, Department of Social Psychology, Graduate School of Humanities and Sociology, the University of Tokyo
2011.4 - 2015.3
B.A. student, Department of English, School of Language Studies, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies
2011.3
Graduated from Taki High School (in Aichi Prefecture)
Employment
2021.9 -
Part-time lecturer, School of Education, Sugiyama Jogakuen University (class: "Psychology (Education)")
2020.9 - 2021.2
Part-time lecturer, Faculty of Economics, Nihon Fukushi University (class: "English Communication II")
2018.4 - 2019.3
Part-time English lecturer, Atomi High School

Research Interests

Social fragmentation
Selective exposure
Moral conviction

Publications

Research Articles

  • Theses
  • Effects of belief in free will on sentencing: Focusing on punishment motivation. (master thesis in Japanese)
  • Stereotype priming effects on linguistic behavior: Cases of dyad communication. (graduation thesis in Japanese)
  • Research Articles
  • Kasahara, I., Karasawa, K., & Karasawa, M. (2019). Effects of free will belief on moral and judicial judgment: Role of explicit motives toward retribution and incapacitation. Journal of Human Environmental Studies, 17 (2), 147-152. (in Japanese)https://doi.org/10.4189/shes.17.147
  • Iwatani, S., Muramoto, Y., & Kasahara, I. (2016). Effects of reputation estimation on normative behaviors: Focusing on perceived relational mobility. Japanese Journal of Social Psychology, 32 (2), 104-114. (in Japanese)https://doi.org/10.14966/jssp.0946

Books and Book Chapters

  • Kasahara, I. (2019). Tadashii koto wo susunde okonau: Koudou ishikettei kenkyuu no dousatsu wo mochiite, kankyo ni kansuru yoriyoi ishikettei wo okonau tameni. In Shiraiwa, Y. & Arakawa, A. (Eds.) Koudou Seisakugaku Handobukku: Ouyou Koudou Kagaku ni Yoru Koukyou Seisaku no Dezain. Fukumura Shuppan. (in Japanese)
    Translation from Weber, E. U. (2013). Doing the right thing willingly: Using the insights of behavioral decision research for better environmental decisions. In E. Shafir (Ed.), The behavioral foundations of public policy. Princeton University Press.

Presentations

  • Presentations at International Conferences
  • Kasahara, I. & Karasawa, M. Selective exposure toward similar opinions among Japanese citizens: Mediational roles of personally experienced cognitive dissonance and interpersonal sense of shared reality. The 14th biennial conference of Asian Association of Social Psychology, Seoul, Korea. July 2021 (Virtual Convention).
  • Kasahara, I. & Karasawa, M. Interpersonal selective exposure in Japan: The sense of lacking shared reality and decrease in relational motives make people aversive to an opposing opinion. The 44th annual convention of International Society of Political Psychology, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. July 2021 (Virtual Convention).
  • Kasahara, I. & Karasawa, M. Selective exposure among Japanese citizens and its relational basis: Perceived threat to shared reality invites avoidance of an opposing opinion. The 22nd Annual Convention of Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Austin, TX, USA. February 2021 (Virtual Convention).
  • Kasahara, I., Usami, M., & Karasawa, M. Stereotype priming effects on language use: Applying morphological analysis on conversational data. the 21st annual meeting of Society for Personality and Social Psychology, New Orleans, LA, February 2020.
  • Presentations at Domestic Conferences
  • Kasahara, I. & Karasawa, M. A psychological process of selective exposure among Japanese: The role of perceived cognitive dissonance and threat to shared reality. the 61st annual conference of Japanese Society of Social Psychology, Gakushuin University, November 2020 (virtual convention).
  • Kasahara, I. & Karasawa, M. Attitude toward information disclosure about people infected with COVID-19 and its determinant: The role of political ideology. the 84th annual conference of Japanese Psychological Association, Toyo University, September to November 2020 (virtual convention).
  • Kasahara, I., Usami, M., & Karasawa, M. Stereotype priming effects on language use: Focusing on the appearance ratio of "women" and its collocations. the 60th annual conference of Japanese Society of Social Psychology, Rissho University, November 2019.
  • Kasahara, I. & Karasawa, K. Effects of free will beliefs on sentencing: Focusing on the relationship with explicit motives to punish. the 59th annual conference of Japanese Society of Social Psychology, Otemon Gakuin University, August 2018.
  • Kasahara, I. & Karasawa, K. Effects of free will beliefs on moral judgment: Focusing on the changes of the effect with experimental manipulation. the 58th annual conference of Japanese Society of Social Psychology, Hiroshima University, October 2017.
  • Kasahara, I. & Karasawa, K. Effects of denial of free will belief on sentencing: Focusing on changes in motives to punish. the 64th annual conference of Japanese Group Dynamics Association, the University of Tokyo, September & October 2017.
  • Iwatani, S., Kasahara, I., Kawajiri, T., Enomoto, K., Watamura, E., & Muramoto, Y. Promotional factors of participation in community activities: Effects of relational mobility. the 56th annual conference of Japanese Society of Social Psychology, Tokyo Woman's Christian University, October & November 2015.
  • Kasahara, I. & Usami, M. Stereotype priming effects on linguistic behavior: Cases of dyad communication. the 79th annual conference of Japanese Psychological Association, Nagoya Congress Center, September 2015.

Awards and Grants

2021.9
Travel/Registration Grant for Overseas Conference Presentations, Japanese Group Dynamics Association
2021.3
Early Career Committee (ECC) Travel Award, International Society of Political Psychology
2021.2
Overseas Challenge Program for Young Researchers (FY2020, 1st call: admitted from a waiting list; tentative decision), Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
2020.12
Overseas Challenge Program for Young Researchers (FY2021, 1st call: tentative decision), Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
2020.9
Graduate Registration Award, Society for Personality and Social Psychology
2020.6
Travel Grant for Overseas Conference Presentations, Japanese Psychological Association
2020.6
Travel Grant for Overseas Conference Presentations, Japanese Society of Social Psychology
2020.6
Student Loan Repayment Waiver Program (tentative decision), Japan Student Services Organization
2019.12
Junior Researcher's Award, Japanese Society of Social Psychology.

Services

Affiliated academic societies

Japanese Society of Social Psychology (JSSP)
Japanese Psychological Association (JPA)
Japanese Group Dynamics Association (JGDA)
Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP)
International Society of Political Psychology (ISPP)
Asian Association of Social Psychology (AASP)

Contact

kai21.rilh [at] gmail.com