Igor de Almeida

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Igor de Almeida | 特定助教 | 文化心理学



2010年 サンパウロ大学 心理学部 学士(心理学)
2013年 文部科学省国費留学生 (〜2018年)
2013年 京都大学大学院人間・環境学研究科入学 研究生
2016年 京都大学大学院人間・環境学研究科 修士課程修了
2019年 京都大学 大学院人間・環境学研究科 博士課程 修了
2019年9月〜2021年3月 追手門学院大学 基盤教育機構 特任助教
2022年4月 京都大学 人と社会の未来研究院 特定助教

De Almeida, I., Harada, A., Tochi, S., Motoki, N. (2022) What can be learned from university students’ video watching behavior during the COVID-19 pandemics: a case study in a medium-sized Japanese university. EPiC Series in Computing, 81.

De Almeida, I., Uchida, Y., & Ellsworth, P.C. (in press) Sharing and Non-sharing Happiness: Evidence from Cross-cultural Studies in the United States and Japan. Japanese Psychological Research.

Krys, K., Vignoles, V. & de Almeida, I., Uchida, Y. (in press). Outside the ‘Cultural Binary’: Understanding Why Latin American Collectivist Societies Foster Independent Selves. Perspectives on Psychological Science.

De Almeida, I., Uchida, Y. (2021) Who Can Buffer Marginalization Risk? Affect Experience, Affect Valuation, and Social Marginalization in Japan and Brazil. Frontiers in Psychology. 12:501165.

Liew, K., Uchida, Y., de Almeida, I. (2021). Cultural differences in music features across Taiwanese, Japanese and American markets. PeerJ Computer Science, 7:e642.

Almeida, I., Nakao, G. (2020). Amae, Uma Emoção Para Compreender A Psique Japonesa [Amae: An Emotion to understand the Japanese psyche] (Original in Portuguese). Estudos Japoneses, 44, 39-50.

De Almeida, I., Uchida, Y. (2019). Examining affective valence in Japanese and Brazilian cultural products: An analysis on emotional words in song lyrics and newspapers. Psychologia, 61(3), 174-184.

De Almeida, I. (2021). Cultural values and popular songs in Brazil, Japan and the US – an analysis of lyrics and Spotify’s musical features. On-line poster presented at the 85th Annual convention of the Japanese Psychological Association. Tokyo, Japan.

De Almeida, I. (2020). Using Word cloud and co-occurence network to analyse students'
satisfaction with classes - a case study. Poster presentation at the 9th International
Conference on Data Science and Institutional Research (DSIR 2020). Kita Kyushu, Japan.

Krys, K., Uchida, Y., Vignoles, V. & de Almeida, I. (2019). Latin American cultures construe independent selfhoods. Poster presented at the meeting of the International Association for Cross Cultural Psychology, San Jose, Costa Rica.

De Almeida, I., Uchida, Y. (2018). Is international Psychology diverse enough?. Data blitz talk at the annual convention of Society for personality and Social Psychology. Atlanta, USA.

De Almeida, I., Uchida, Y. (2018). Differences in the emotional valence of cultural products: Positive emotions in Brazil and Neutral emotions in Japan. Poster presentation at the annual convention of Society for personality and Social Psychology. San Diego, CA, USA.

De Almeida, I., Uchida, Y. (2016). Cultural Marginalization Risk in Brazilian and Japanese University Students. Poster presented at the Conference for the International Association for Cross-Cultural Research, Nagoya, Japan.

Almeida, I., Uchida, Y. (2016). Different styles of keeping harmony in the collectivist cultures of Brazil and Japan: The role of ideal affect in interdependence. Oral Presentation at the 31st International Congress of Psychology. Yokohama, Japan.

De Almeida, I., Uchida, Y. (2016). The social role of ideal and Actual affect in two collectivist cultures (Brazil and Japan) through cultural products and a questionnaire study. Poster presented at 17th annual convention of Society for personality and Social Psychology. San Diego, CA, USA.

Almeida, I., Uchida, Y. (2015). Social marginalization risk in Brazilian university students – a comparison with Japan. Poster presented at the 56th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Social Psychology. Tokyo, Japan

Almeida, I., Uchida, Y. (2015). Ideal affect in two collectivist cultures through cultural products: Cross-cultural study in Japan and Brazil. Poster presented at the 79th Annual convention of the Japanese Psychological Association. Nagoya, Japan