yohsuke ohtsubo
yohsuke ohtsubo
University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Humanities and Sociology
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Centrality in sociocognitive networks and social influence: An illustration in a group decision-making context.
T Kameda, Y Ohtsubo, M Takezawa
Journal of personality and social psychology 73 (2), 296, 1997
National identity predicts public health support during a global pandemic
JJ Van Bavel, A Cichocka, V Capraro, H Sjĺstad, JB Nezlek, T Pavlović, ...
Nature communications 13 (1), 517, 2022
Do sincere apologies need to be costly? Test of a costly signaling model of apology
Y Ohtsubo, E Watanabe
Evolution and Human Behavior 30 (2), 114-123, 2009
Perceived intentionality intensifies blameworthiness of negative behaviors: Blame‐praise asymmetry in intensification effect1
Y Ohtsubo
Japanese Psychological Research 49 (2), 100-110, 2007
Cross-cultural regularities in the cognitive architecture of pride
D Sznycer, L Al-Shawaf, Y Bereby-Meyer, OS Curry, D De Smet, E Ermer, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (8), 1874-1879, 2017
Relationship value promotes costly apology-making: testing the valuable relationships hypothesis from the perpetrator's perspective
Y Ohtsubo, A Yagi
Evolution and Human Behavior 36 (3), 232-239, 2015
Are costly apologies universally perceived as being sincere? A test of the costly apology-perceived sincerity relationship in seven countries
Y Ohtsubo, E Watanabe, J Kim, J Kulas, H Muluk, G Nazar, F Wang, ...
Journal of Evolutionary Psychology 10 (4), 187-204, 2012
Dishonesty invites costly third-party punishment
Y Ohtsubo, F Masuda, E Watanabe, A Masuchi
Evolution and Human Behavior 31 (4), 259-264, 2010
Depth of reasoning in strategic form games
Y Ohtsubo, A Rapoport
The Journal of Socio-Economics 35 (1), 31-47, 2006
Majority influence process in group judgment: Test of the social judgment scheme model in a group polarization context
Y Ohtsubo, A Masuchi, D Nakanishi
Group processes & intergroup relations 5 (3), 249-261, 2002
Forgiveness takes place on an attitudinal continuum from hostility to friendliness: Toward a closer union of forgiveness theory and measurement.
DE Forster, J Billingsley, VM Russell, TG McCauley, A Smith, JL Burnette, ...
Journal of personality and social psychology 119 (4), 861, 2020
Social and moral psychology of COVID-19 across 69 countries
F Azevedo, T Pavlović, GG Ręgo, FC Ay, B Gjoneska, TW Etienne, ...
Scientific Data 10 (1), 272, 2023
Doctors’ traits perceived by Japanese nurses as communication barriers: a questionnaire survey
K Morinaga, Y Ohtsubo, K Yamauchi, Y Shimada
International journal of nursing studies 45 (5), 740-749, 2008
Commitment signals in friendship and romantic relationships
M Yamaguchi, A Smith, Y Ohtsubo
Evolution and Human Behavior 36 (6), 467-474, 2015
Should information be redundantly distributed among group members? Effective use of group memory in collaborative problem solving
Y Ohtsubo
Applied Cognitive Psychology 19 (9), 1219-1233, 2005
Shame-prone people are more likely to punish themselves: A test of the reputation-maintenance explanation for self-punishment.
H Tanaka, A Yagi, A Komiya, N Mifune, Y Ohtsubo
Evolutionary Behavioral Sciences 9 (1), 1, 2015
Costly apology and self-punishment after an unintentional transgression
E Watanabe, Y Ohtsubo
Journal of Evolutionary Psychology 10 (3), 87-105, 2012
Costly apologies communicate conciliatory intention: an fMRI study on forgiveness in response to costly apologies
Y Ohtsubo, M Matsunaga, H Tanaka, K Suzuki, F Kobayashi, E Shibata, ...
Evolution and Human Behavior 39 (2), 249-256, 2018
Two Failed Replications of the Watching Eyes Effect
K Matsugasaki, W Tsukamoto, Y Ohtsubo
Letters on Evolutionary Behavioral Science 6 (2), 17-20, 2015
Experiential purchases and prosocial spending promote happiness by enhancing social relationships
M Yamaguchi, A Masuchi, D Nakanishi, S Suga, N Konishi, YY Yu, ...
The Journal of Positive Psychology 11 (5), 480-488, 2016
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