Awale, A., Chan, C., Tam, K., & Karasawa, M. (in press). Perceived warmth of offending group moderates the effect of intergroup apologies. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations. https://doi.org/10.1177/1368430220961844
Using actual and fictional scenarios, we examined whether the apology–forgiveness relationship and the apology–remorse relationship were dependent on the victim group members’ perceived warmth of the offending group.
Wice, M., Karasawa, M., Matui, T., & Miller J. G. (2020). Asian Journal of Social Psychology, 23, 319-327. DOI: 10.1111/ajsp.12404
How does culture influence the ways in which individuals reflect upon their knowledge of others’ mental states? We addressed this question in a two-study cross-cultural investigation examining perceptions of mental state access in the U.S. and Japan.
Hirozawa, P. Y., Karasawa, M., & Matsuo, A. (2020). Intention matters to make you (im)moral: Positive-negative asymmetry in moral character evaluations. Journal of Social Psychology, 160, 410-415. DOI: 10.1080/00224545.2019.1653254
Brown, C. M., Goto, N., Tsukamoto, S., & Karasawa, M. (2020). Understanding collective guilt: Tolerance for contradiction and state-trait dissociations in perceived overlap between ingroup members. Current Psychology (published on line, March 11). DOI: 1007/s12144-020-00684-6
Bastian, B., Vauclair, M., Loughnan, S., Bain, P., … Karasawa, M., et al. (2019). Explaining illness with evil: Pathogen prevalence fosters moral vitalism. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences.
Wice, M., Matsui, T., Tsudaka, G., Karasawa, M., & Miller, J. G. (2019). Verbal display rule knowledge: A cultural and developmental perspective. Cognitive Development, 52 (in print; published online, June 25). DOI: 10.1016/j.cogdev.2019.100801.
Matsuo, A., Brown, C. M., Norasakkunkit, V., & Karasawa, M. (2019). How can I become a member of my culture?: Shared representations of community-related moral violation in Japan and the U.S. Culture and Brain. DOI: 10.1007/s40167-019-00084-z
Karasawa, M., Asai, N., & Hioki, K. (2019). Psychological essentialism at the explicit and implicit levels: The unique status of social categories. Japanese Psychological Research, 61, 107-122. DOI: 10.111/jpr.12246.
Sprong, S., Jetten, J., Wang, Z., Peters, K., Mols, F., Verkuyten, M., Bastian, B., … Karasawa, M., et al., (2019). “Our country needs a strong leader right now”: Economic inequality enhances the wish for a strong leader. Psychological Science, 30, 1-13. DOI: 10.1177/0956797619875472
Smeeks, A., Jetten, J., Verkuyten, M., Wohl, M. J. A., Jasinskaya-Lahti, I., …, Karasawa, M. et al. (2018). Regaining in-group continuity in times of anxiety about the group’s future: A study on the role of collective nostalgia across 27 countries. Social Psychology. (Published online, October 9). DOI: 10.1027/1864-9335/a000350
Smith, H. J. , Ryan, D. A., Jaurique, A., Pettigrew, T. F., Jetten, J., …. Karasawa, M., et al. (2018). Cultural values moderate the impact of relative deprivation. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 49, 1183-1218. DOI: 10.1177/0022022118784213
Goto, N., Jetten, J., Karasawa, M., & Hornsey, M. J. (2015). The sins of their fathers: When current generations are held to account for the transgressions of previous generations. Political Psychology, 36, 479-487.
Tsukamoto, S., Holland, E., Haslam, N., Karasawa, M., & Kashima, Y. (2015). Cultural Differences in Perceived Coherence of the Self and In-group: A Japan-Australia Comparison, Asian Journal of Social Psychology, 18(1), 83-89.
Tsukamoto, S., & Karasawa, M. (2015a). Dehumanization in the judicial system: The effect of animalization and mechanization of defendants on blame attribution, Proceedings of the 10th Asian Association of Social Psychology biennial conference (pp. 256-257). Yogyakarta, Indonesia: Gadjah Mada University Press.
Karasawa, M., Maass, A., Rakic, T., & Kato, A. (2014). The emergent nature of culturally meaningful categorization and language use: A Japanese-Italian comparison of age categories. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 45, 431-451. doi:10.1177/0022022113509882
Adachi, K., Yama, H., Van der Henst, J.-B., Mercier, H., Karasawa, M., & Kawasaki, Y. (2013). Culture, ambiguity aversion and choice in probability judgments. International Journal of Creativity & Problem Solving, 23(2), 63-78.
Tsukamoto, S., Enright, J., & Karasawa, M. (2013). Psychological essentialism and nationalism as determinants of interethnic bias. Journal of Social Psychology,153 (5), 515-519. doi: 10.1080/00224545.2013.795926.
Maass, A., Karasawa, M., Politi, F., & Suga, S. (2006). Do verbs and adjectives play different roles in different cultures? A cross-linguistic analysis of person representation. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 90, 734-750.
Karasawa, M., Karasawa, K., & Hirose, Y. (2004). Homogeneity perception as a reaction to identity threat: Effects of status difference in a simulated society game. European Journal of Social Psychology, 34, 613-625.
Karasawa, M. (1999). Reactions to being stereotyped: Effects of group identification and positive versus negative social identity. In T. Sugiman, M. Karasawa, J. L. Liu, & C. Ward (Eds.), Progress in Asian social psychology (vol. 2): Theoretical and empirical contributions (pp. 237-249). Seoul, Korea: Kyoyook-kwahak-sa.
Tsukamoto, S., Kashima, Y., Haslam, N., Holland, E., & Karasawa, M. (2018). Entitativity perceptions of individuals and groups across cultures. In J. Spencer-Rodgers, & K. Peng. (Eds.), The psychological and cultural foundations of East Asian cognition: Contradiction, change, and holism (pp. 333-351). New York: Oxford University Press.Link
八田武志・戸田山和久・唐沢穣（監訳）（2014）本当は間違っている心理学の話―50の俗説の正体を暴く（スコット・O・リリエンフェルド／スティーヴン・ジェイ・リン／ジョン・ラッシオ／バリー・Ｌ・バイアースタイン著 50 great myth of popular psychology: Shattering widespread misconceptions about human behavior. Wiley. 2010）Link
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
宮本聡介・唐沢穣・小林知博・原奈津子（編訳）（2013）社会的認知研究ー脳から文化まで（S. T. フィスク／S. E. テイラー著（2008）Social cognition: From brain to culture. McGraw-Hill.）北大路書房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
唐沢穣（2007b）対人関係と責任の心理学 山本顯治（編）「法動態学叢書：水平的秩序４ 紛争と対話」（分担執筆 pp. 1-22.）法律文化社Link
唐沢穣（2007a）対人関係と述語 岡本真一郎（編）「ことばのコミュニケーション―対人関係のレトリック」（分担執筆 pp. 2-15） ナカニシヤ出版Link
菅さやか・唐沢穣（2006）人物の属性に関する「具体」と「抽象」―社会心理学的見地から― 中川正之・定延利之（編）シリーズ言語対照「言語に現れる『世間』と『世界』」（分担執筆 pp. 31-45）くろしお出版Link
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).
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).
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).
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).
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).
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).
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).
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).
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).
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).
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).