Publications

2021/04/09 An Article by Professor Toshio Kawai, Entitled “Purification of Violence and the Dangers in Psychotherapy: Considering from Jung’s Experience,” Has Been Published in the Themed Book Series, <span>Psychosomatic Transformation and Medical Care / Expression – Modern and Traditions</span>

An Article by Professor Toshio Kawai, Entitled “Purification of Violence and the Dangers in Psychotherapy: Considering from Jung’s Experience,” Has Been Published in the Themed Book Series, Psychosomatic Transformation and Medical Care / Expression – Modern and Traditions

An article by Professor Toshio Kawai, entitled “Purification of Violence and the Dangers in Psychotherapy: Considering from Jung’s Experience,” has been published in the third volume of the themed boo…

2021/04/05 An Article by Professor Yukiko Uchida on “Culture of <span>Kokoro</span> – Thinking about Happiness and the Role of Art during the COVID-19 Pandemic” was Published in the Special Issue “Creating the Future: New Forms of Culture and Art” in the Magazine, <span>CEL</span>, Published by the Research Institute for Culture, Energy and Life

An Article by Professor Yukiko Uchida on “Culture of Kokoro – Thinking about Happiness and the Role of Art during the COVID-19 Pandemic” was Published in the Special Issue “Creating the Future: New Forms of Culture and Art” in the Magazine, CEL, Published by the Research Institute for Culture, Energy and Life

An article by Professor Yukiko Uchida on “Culture of Kokoro – Thinking about Happiness and the Role of Art during the COVID-19 Pandemic” was published in the special issue, “Creating the Future:…

2020/12/08 A paper by Nao Maeura (Graduate student/Research Assistant, Kyoto University), Assistant Professor Masataka Nakayama and Professor Yukiko Uchida, entitled “Discrimination and similarity between “being moved” and “awe” in Japan,” has been published in Cognitive Studies

A paper by Nao Maeura (Graduate student/Research Assistant, Kyoto University), Assistant Professor Masataka Nakayama and Professor Yukiko Uchida, entitled “Discrimination and similarity between “being moved” and “awe” in Japan,” has been published in Cognitive Studies

A paper by Nao Maeura (Graduate student/Research Assistant, Kyoto University), Assistant Professor Masataka Nakayama and Professor Yukiko Uchida, entitled “Discrimination and similarity between “being…

2020/11/25 A paper by Assistant Professor Masataka Nakayama and colleagues, entitled “Wisdom of Crowds and Collective Decision-Making in a Survival Situation with Complex Information Integration,” has been published in the online version of Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications

A paper by Assistant Professor Masataka Nakayama and colleagues, entitled “Wisdom of Crowds and Collective Decision-Making in a Survival Situation with Complex Information Integration,” has been published in the online version of Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications

A paper by Assistant Professor Masataka Nakayama and colleagues, entitled “Wisdom of Crowds and Collective Decision-Making in a Survival Situation with Complex Information Integration,” has been publi…

2020/11/25 A Paper by Assistant Professor Masataka Nakayama, Dr. Yuki Nozaki (Researcher at that time), Dr. Pamela Taylor (Research Assistant at that time) and Professor Yukiko Uchida, entitled “Individual and Cultural Differences in Predispositions to Feel Positive and Negative Aspects of Awe,” has been published in the online version of Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology

A Paper by Assistant Professor Masataka Nakayama, Dr. Yuki Nozaki (Researcher at that time), Dr. Pamela Taylor (Research Assistant at that time) and Professor Yukiko Uchida, entitled “Individual and Cultural Differences in Predispositions to Feel Positive and Negative Aspects of Awe,” has been published in the online version of Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology

A paper by Assist. Prof. Masataka Nakayama, Dr. Yuki Nozaki (Researcher at that time), Dr. Pamela Taylor (Research Assistant at that time) and Prof. Yukiko Uchida, entitled “Individual and Cultural Di…

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