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Yuri Miyamoto

Yuri Miyamoto is a social and cultural psychologist.  She received her Ph.D. at the University of Michigan.  After working as a faculty member in the Psychology Department at the University of Wisconsin-Madison for more than 10 years, she is now a professor in the Graduate School of Social Sciences at Hitotsubashi University.  

Post-Doctoral Fellow

Atsuki Ito

Atsuki Ito received his Ph.D. at Kyoto University. He is currently a post-doctoral fellow at Hitotsubashi University. His research programs examine social ecological and institutional influences on psychological processes, including social hierarchy. 

Graduate Student

Tomotaka Okuyama

Tomotaka Okuyama is a graduate student at Hitotsubashi University.  He received his B.A. in psychology from Tohoku University.  He is interested in how cultural and socioeconomic contexts shape the meanings and experiences of happiness. 

4th Year Undergraduates

Momoko Kato
Lisa Takagi
Saki Takahashi
Yuta Todaka
Soshiro Naka
Ryota Nakazato
Kanna Mizukami
Giulia Ferreira Michelon


3rd Year Undergraduates

Moeto Enoki
Nanami Shiraishi
Ai li ai Ting
Kaho Hirakawa
Momoka Miyake
Takumi Wada
Yuto Nishio
Hiroki Masui


Senior Theses Topics

  • The relationship between the employment system and workplace self-construal

  • Foreign population and values toward migrants and migration: A test of intergroup contact theory

  • The relationship between workplace mobility and work engagement

  • The effect of others' evaluation on the failure experience

  • Relational mobility and capitalization

  • The effect of predicted evaluation on norm compliance

  • The relationships between cultural self-construal and over-adaptation and depression  

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