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Publications

Research Articles

Books

  • Haslam, N., Holland, E., & Karasawa, M. (2013). Essentialism and entitativity across cultures. In M. Yuki & M. B. Brewer (Eds.), Culture and group processes (pp. 17-37). New York: Oxford University Press.Link
  • Karasawa, M. (2011). Categorization-based versus person-based explanations of behaviors: Implications from the Dual-Process Model. In . R. M. Kramer, G. J. Leonardelli, & R. W. Livingston (Eds.), Social cognition, social identity, and intergroup relations: A Festschrift in honor of Marilynn B. Brewer (pp. 9-26 ). New York: Psychology Press.Link
  • Karasawa, M. & Suga, S. (2008). Retention and transmission of socially shared beliefs: The role of linguistic abstraction in stereotypic communication. In Y. Kashima, K. Fiedler, & P. Frytag (Eds.) Stereotype Dynamics: Language-Based Approaches to the Formation, Maintenance, and Transformation of Stereotypes (pp. 241-262). New York: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.Link
  • Karasawa, M., & Maass, A. (2008). The role of language in the perception of persons and groups. In R. M. Sorrentino & S. Yamaguchi (Eds.), Handbook of Motivation and Cognition Across Cultures (pp. 317-342), San Diego, CA: Academic Press.Link

Conference Presentations

2021
Kida, C. & Karasawa, M.

Moral motives among Japanese may guide their preferences for the strivers over the naturally talented. Paper presented at the 14th Biennial Conference of Asian Association of Social Psychology, Seoul, Korea (July 31: Virtual Convention).

2021
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. Paper presented at the 14th biennial conference of Asian Association of Social Psychology, Seoul, Korea (July 31: Virtual Convention).

2021
Lemaire Portillo, P. & Karasawa, M.

Exploring the Aversive Reactions to Intrusive Culture Mixing in the Context of Acculturation: The Case of Immigration in Japan. Paper presented at the 14th biennial conference of Asian Association of Social Psychology, Seoul, Korea (July 29: Virtual Convention).

2021
Kida, C. & Ikegami, T.

When and why people decide to help people with disabilities: Role of distributive justice principles. Poster presented at the 32nd International Congress of Psychology. Prague, Czech Republic (July 19: Virtual Convention).

2021
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. Blitz presentation at the 44th annual meeting of International Society of Political Psychology, Montreal, Quebec, Canada (July 13: Virtual Convention).

2021
Kasahara, I. & Karasawa, M.

Selective exposure among Japanese citizens and its relational basis: Perceived threat to shared reality invites avoidance of an opposing opinion. Poster presented at the 22nd annual meeting of Society for Personality and Social Psychology. Austin, TX, USA (February 12: Virtual Convention).

2021
Kida, C., Park, G., Ishii, K., & Karasawa, M.

Food-Based Identity, Consumer Attitudes, and Moral Judgments. Poster presented at the 22nd Annual Convention of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Austin, TX, USA (February 11: Virtual Convention).

2020
Kasahara, I. & Karasawa, M.

A psychological process of selective exposure among Japanese: The role of perceived cognitive dissonance and threat to shared reality. Poster presented at the 61st annual conference of Japanese Society of Social Psychology. Gakushuin University, Tokyo. (November 7 & 8: virtual convention).

2020
Kasahara, I. & Karasawa, M.

Attitude toward information disclosure about people infected with COVID-19 and its determinant: The role of political ideology. Poster presented at the 84th annual conference of Japanese Psychological Association. Toyo University, Tokyo. (September 8 to November 2: virtual convention)

2020
Kasahara, I., Usami, M., & Karasawa, M.

Stereotype priming effects on language use: Applying morphological analysis on conversational data. Poster presented at the 21st annual meeting of Society for Personality and Social Psychology. New Orleans, LA, USA (February 27).

2020
Karasawa, M., Tsukamoto, S., & Ryu, H.

Can patriotism be distinguished from nationalism? Empirical evidence concerning Japanese national identity and its ideological significance. A poster presentation at the 21st Annual Convention of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology. New Orleans, LA, USA (February 29).

2019
Karasawa, M. & Asai, N.

Ideology and divisiveness in Japan. A symposium presentation at the 83rd Annual Convention of the Japanese Psychological Association. (Symposium title: Psychological of origins of "social divisiveness": Computational approaches to the study on the emergence of political opinions.) Ritsumeikan University, Osaka (September 12).

2019
Kida, C., & Ikegami, T.

Determinant of Attitude toward People with Disabilities: Role of Distributive Justice Principles? A poster session at the 60th conference of the Japanese Society of Social Psychology. Russho University, Tokyo (November 10).

2019
Kasahara, I., Usami, M., & Karasawa, M.

Stereotype priming effects on language use: Focusing on the appearance ratio of "women" and its collocations. Poster presented at the 60th annual conference of Japanese Society of Social Psychology. Rissho University, Tokyo (November 9)

2019
Nakamura, H., Matsuo, A., & Majima, Y.

Individual Differences in Anthropomorphism and Attitude Toward Nonhuman Agents in Japanese. A poster presentation at the 3rd International Convention of Psychological Science Conference, Paris, France (March 7-9).

2019
Kida, C., Yada, N., & Ikegami, T.

Why Are People Reluctant to Help People with Disabilities? A poster session at the 20th annual meeting of Society for Personality and Social Psychology. Portland, OR, USA (February 7).

2019
Kershner, A., Sansevere, K., Hardy, P., Remache, L., Matsuo, A., & Brown, C.

Consensus in perceived moral violations: A comparison of Japan and the U.S. A poster presentation at the Annual Meeting of Eastern Psychological Association conference, New York (February).

2018
Karasawa, M., Tsukamoto, S., & Ryu, H.

Ideological aspects of Japanese national identity: Current issues of patriotism, nationalism, and internationalism. Paper presented at the 59th Annual Conference of the Japanese Society of Social Psychology. Otemon Gakuin University, Osaka (August 29).

2018
Hirozawa, P. Y., & Karasawa, M.

Accepting a request with implied rule violation: A Brazil-Japan comparison on underlying psychological processes. A paper presented at the 24th International Congress of International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology. University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada (July 4).

Lectures and Seminars

  • Karasawa, M. The use of transitive verbs elicits the perception of blame, power, and trait characteristics of the speaker. D. P. S. S., University of Padova, Italy. (March 26, 2019).

  • Karasawa, M. The moral meaning of diligence among Japanese people. D. P. S. S., University of Padova, Italy. (March 21, 2017).

  • Karasawa, M. Immoral character invites harsher punishment: An analysis of retributive and utilitarian motives. Departmental Seminar at the Department of Psychology, The University of Hong Kong (December 2, 2016).

  • Karasawa, M. Roles of causal inferences and language use in blaming others. D. P. S. S., University of Padova, Italy. (January 29, 2015).

  • Karasawa, M. Making sense of people in cultural ways: The role of psychological essentialism. Institute of Personality and Social Research, University of California at Berkeley. (October 1, 2014)

  • Karasawa, M. Blameworthy character invites harsher punishment: A social psychological approach to punitive motives against individuals and groups. Keynote speech at the joint meeting of the 4th Asian Conference of Psychology and the 4th Asian Conference on Ethics, Religion & Philosophy. Osaka International Convention Center (March 28, 2014).

  • Karasawa, M.Judgment of morality and the motivation to punish : Comparing retributive and utilitarian justice. Faculty of Psychology, University of Indonesia. (August 19, 2013).

  • Karasawa, M. The perception of intentionality and responsibility for a group. Presentation at Michael Morris Lab, Columbia Business School. (March 22, 2012)

  • Karasawa, M.Punishing immoral and inhuman characters: Potential roles of utilitarian and just desert motive. Presentation at John Jost’s Lab, Department of Psychology, New York University. (March 19, 2012)

  • Karasawa, M. Immorality and Inhumanness influence punitive motives. Presentation at Susan Fiske’s Lab, Department of Psychology, Princeton University. (March 16, 2012).

  • Karasawa, M. When people use groups a s a basis for explanations: Salience, entitativity, and essence of groups. Colloquium at the School of Psychology, University of Queensland, Australia (September 2, 2011).

  • Karasawa, M. Responsibility for Unintended Acts and the Use of Language: Potential Commonalities and Differences across Cultures. Invited Colloquium at Department of Psychology, East China Normal University (Dec. 8, 2010).

Awards

09/10/2021
Kasahara, I. Japanese Group Dynamics Association Travel/Registration Grant for Overseas Conference Presentations
03/29/2021
Kasahara, I. International Society of Political Psychology Early Career Committee (ECC) Travel Award
09/23/2020
Kida, C. Society for Personality and Social Psychology Graduate Registration Award
09/22/2020
Kasahara, I. Society for Personality and Social Psychology Graduate Registration Award
06/26/2020
Kasahara, I. Japanese Psychological Association Travel Grant for Overseas Conference Presentations
06/22/2020
Kasahara, I. Japanese Society of Social Psychology Travel Grant for Overseas Conference Presentations
03/24/2020
Kida, C. Award for the Best Master’s Graduation Thesis, Osaka City University
12/24/2019
Kasahara, I. Japanese Society of Social Psychology Junior Researcher’s Award
03/22/2018
Kida, C. Award for the Best Graduation Thesis, Osaka City University
11/01/2013
Asai, N., & Karasawa, M. Japanese Society of Social Psychology Publication Award