Updated on 2023/09/21

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ARIGA Atsunori
 
Organization
Faculty of Letters Professor
Other responsible organization
Psychology Course of Graduate School of Letters, Master's Program
Psychology Course of Graduate School of Letters, Doctoral Program
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Degree

  • 博士(心理学) ( 東京大学 )

Education

  • 2009.5
     

    The University of Tokyo   doctor course   finished without a degree

Research History

  • 2022.4 - Now

    Chuo University   Faculty of Letters   Professor

  • 2020.4 - 2022.3

    Hiroshima University   Associate Professor

  • 2016.4 - 2020.3

    Hiroshima University   Graduate School of Integrated Arts and Sciences   Associate Professor

  • 2014.4 - 2016.3

    Rissho University   Faculty of Psychology   Associate Professor

  • 2011.4 - 2014.3

    Rissho University   Faculty of Psychology   Lecturer

  • 2009.4 - 2011.3

    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign   Department of Psychology   Visiting Scholar

  • 2009.4 - 2011.3

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science   Overseas Research Fellowship

  • 2006.4 - 2009.3

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science   Research Fellowship for Young Scientists

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Professional Memberships

  • 日本認知心理学会

  • 日本心理学会

  • 日本基礎心理学会

  • Vision Sciences Society

  • Society for Neuroscience

  • Psychonomic Society

  • 日本消費者行動研究学会

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Research Interests

  • Vigilance

  • Preference

  • Affordance

  • Cognitive Control

  • Social Cognition

  • Attention

  • Perception

  • Sustained attention

  • Cognitive Psychology

  • Cognitive Science

  • Consumer Psychology

  • Consumer Behavior

  • Decision making

  • Implicit cognition

  • Object perception

Research Areas

  • Humanities & Social Sciences / Cognitive science  / Cognitive science

  • Humanities & Social Sciences / Experimental psychology  / Experimental psychology

Papers

  • Backward illusory line motion: Visual motion perception can be influenced by retrospective stimulation

    Fuminori Ono, Yuki Yamada, Kohske Takahashi, Kyoshiro Sasaki, Atsunori Ariga

    Journal of Vision   23 ( 6 )   6 - 6   2023.6

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  • Raising the value of research studies in psychological science by increasing the credibility of research reports: the transparent Psi project Reviewed

    Zoltan Kekecs, Bence Palfi, Barnabas Szaszi, Peter Szecsi, Mark Zrubka, Marton Kovacs, Bence E. Bakos, Denis Cousineau, Patrizio Tressoldi, Kathleen Schmidt, Massimo Grassi, Thomas Rhys Evans, Yuki Yamada, Jeremy K. Miller, Huanxu Liu, Fumiya Yonemitsu, Dmitrii Dubrov, Jan Philipp Röer, Marvin Becker, Roxane Schnepper, Atsunori Ariga, Patrícia Arriaga, Raquel Oliveira, Nele Põldver, Kairi Kreegipuu, Braeden Hall, Sera Wiechert, Bruno Verschuere, Kyra Girán, Balazs Aczel

    Royal Society Open Science   10 ( 2 )   191375   2023.2

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    The low reproducibility rate in social sciences has produced hesitation among researchers in accepting published findings at their face value. Despite the advent of initiatives to increase transparency in research reporting, the field is still lacking tools to verify the credibility of research reports. In the present paper, we describe methodologies that let researchers craft highly credible research and allow their peers to verify this credibility. We demonstrate the application of these methods in a multi-laboratory replication of Bem's Experiment 1 (Bem 2011 J. Pers. Soc. Psychol.100 , 407–425. ( doi:10.1037/a0021524 )) on extrasensory perception (ESP), which was co-designed by a consensus panel including both proponents and opponents of Bem's original hypothesis. In the study we applied direct data deposition in combination with born-open data and real-time research reports to extend transparency to protocol delivery and data collection. We also used piloting, checklists, laboratory logs and video-documented trial sessions to ascertain as-intended protocol delivery, and external research auditors to monitor research integrity. We found 49.89% successful guesses, while Bem reported 53.07% success rate, with the chance level being 50%. Thus, Bem's findings were not replicated in our study. In the paper, we discuss the implementation, feasibility and perceived usefulness of the credibility-enhancing methodologies used throughout the project.

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  • Predicted vs. Perceived Weight Based on Packaging Design Reviewed

    Atsunori Ariga

    Japan Marketing Journal   42 ( 3 )   17 - 26   2023.1

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  • Romantic bias in judging the attractiveness of faces from the back Reviewed

    Fuka Ichimura, Miho Moriwaki, Atsunori Ariga

    Journal of Nonverbal Behavior   2021

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  • 消費者行動研究における再現性問題と研究実践 Reviewed

    元木康介, 米満文哉, 有賀敦紀

    消費者行動研究   2021

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  • Spatial congruency bias in identifying objects is triggered by retinal position congruence: Examination using the Ternus-Pikler illusion Reviewed

    Kyoshiro Sasaki, Atsunori Ariga, Katsumi Watanabe

    Scientific Reports   10 ( 1 )   2020.12

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    DOI: 10.1038/s41598-020-61698-5

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  • The sound-free SMARC effect: The spatial-musical association of response codes using only sound imagery Reviewed

    Qi Jiang, Atsunori Ariga

    Psychonomic Bulletin & Review   27 ( 5 )   974 - 980   2020.10

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  • Language-Based Modulation of the Stream/Bounce Judgment Reviewed

    Shengbin Cui, Atsunori Ariga

    i-Perception   11 ( 3 )   204166952093592 - 204166952093592   2020.5

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    When two identical objects on a screen move toward each other, coincide at the center of the screen, and then continue to move along their original trajectories to the opposite starting points, observers perceive these visual stimuli as showing one of the two possible scenarios: streaming through or bouncing off each other (stream/bounce perception). Previous research has shown that when a high-arousal face is presented along with the two moving objects, the bouncing percept was predominant, as compared with when a middle- or low-arousal face is presented. In this study, however, such a modulatory effect of the emotional face was eliminated when participants did not judge stream or bounce and the terms “bouncing/streaming” were not used in the experiments. These results suggest that the modulatory effect of emotional stimuli on the stream/bounce judgment cannot be explained solely by the emotional processing per se but, rather, can be modulated by language-based processing.

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  • Spatial–musical association of response codes without sound Reviewed

    Atsunori Ariga, Shiori Saito

    Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology   72 ( 9 )   2288 - 2301   2019.9

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    Humans tasked with pressing a key on a computer keyboard in response to a pitch can respond more quickly to a high-pitched sound by pressing a key higher on the keyboard and to a low-pitched sound by pressing a lower key, compared with the opposite configuration. This so-called spatial–musical association of response codes (SMARC) has been considered to reflect the spatial coding of sound pitch rather than to be an artefact of the verbal labels denoting spatial positions for localising sounds. In this study, we completely excluded the latter possibility, that is, the directional effects of automatic sound localisation on the SMARC effect. We did this by examining whether the SMARC effect occurs without sound; that is, we investigated whether the effect would be elicited by written pitch names alone. We found that when musically trained participants judged pitch height labelled by visually presented word stimuli, the SMARC effect still occurred. This also happened among musically naïve participants when the height of the pitch was explicitly comparable with that of a referential pitch. We also found that musically trained participants exhibited the SMARC effect in response to pitch names even when the indicated pitch height was irrelevant to the task they were asked to perform. These results suggest that the SMARC effect can occur at the semantic level in the absence of sound, clearly excluding the directional effects of automatic sound localisation.

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  • Task Difficulty Modulates the Disrupting Effects of Oral Respiration on Visual Search Performance Reviewed International journal

    Naoto Yoshimura, Fumiya Yonemitsu, Fernando Marmolejo-Ramos, Atsunori Ariga, Yuki Yamada

    Journal of Cognition   2 ( 1 )   21 - 21   2019.8

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    Previous research has suggested that oral respiration may disturb cognitive function and health. The present study investigated whether oral respiration negatively affects visual attentional processing during a visual search task. Participants performed a visual search task in the following three breathing conditions: wearing a nasal plug, wearing surgical tape over their mouths, or no modification (oral vs. nasal vs. control). The participants searched for a target stimulus within different set sizes of distractors in three search conditions (orientation vs colour vs conjunction). Experiment 1 did not show any effect due to respiration. Experiment 2 rigorously manipulated the search efficiency and found that participants required more time to find a poorly discriminable target during oral breathing compared with other breathing styles, which was due to the heightened intercept under this condition. Because the intercept is an index of pre-search sensory processing or motor response in visual search, such cognitive processing was likely disrupted by oral respiration. These results suggest that oral respiration and attentional processing during inefficient visual search share a common cognitive resource.

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  • Implicit Attitudes About Agricultural and Aquatic Products From Fukushima Depend on Where Consumers Reside Reviewed

    Otgonchimeg Tsegmed, Daiki Taoka, Jiang Qi, Atsunori Ariga

    Frontiers in Psychology   10   2019.3

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  • Winners do not stop gambling, but become reckless gamblers Reviewed

    Daiki Taoka, Atsunori Ariga

    Proceedings of Knowledge and Smart Technology (included in IEEE Xplore)   199 - 202   2019

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  • Reading habits contribute to the effects of display direction on product choice Reviewed

    Atsunori Ariga

    PLOS ONE   13 ( 12 )   e0209837 - e0209837   2018.12

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  • Attentional capture by spatiotemporally task-irrelevant faces: supportive evidence for Sato and Kawahara (2015) Reviewed

    Atsunori Ariga, Katsuhiko Arihara

    Psychological Research   82 ( 5 )   859 - 865   2018.9

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  • The Gaze-Cueing Effect in the United States and Japan: Influence of Cultural Differences in Cognitive Strategies on Control of Attention Reviewed

    Saki Takao, Yusuke Yamani, Atsunori Ariga

    Frontiers in Psychology   8   2018.1

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  • Is choice overload replicable? Reviewed

    Atsunori Ariga

    Proceedings of Knowledge and Smart Technology (included in IEEE Xplore)   264 - 267   2018

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  • Does Decision-Making Speed Depend on Non-interactive Others? Reviewed

    Atsuko Inoue, Atsunori Ariga

    Management Studies   5 ( 5 )   2017.5

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  • Visual attention is captured by task-irrelevant faces, but not by pareidolia faces Reviewed

    Atsunori Ariga, Katsuhiko Arihara

    Proceedings of Knowledge and Smart Technology (included in IEEE Xplore)   266 - 269   2017

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    It has been reported that visual attention is captured exogenously by faces. This study used pareidolia faces and examined whether subjective perception of a face is sufficient for capturing attention or the registry of an actual face is necessary for attentional capture. Three experiments demonstrated that a completely task-irrelevant face distractor captured attention exogenously, in turn disrupting subsequent target identification in a rapid serial visual presentation paradigm (Experiment 1). However, the task-irrelevant pareidolia face distractor did not cause attentional capture (Experiment 2), although it was perceived as a face (Experiment 3). Thus, the subjective perception of a task-irrelevant face is insufficient to trigger stimulus-driven attentional capture; the registry of an actual face is necessary for attentional capture. The visual system may have a cognitive mechanism preattentively discriminating actual faces from face-like objects.

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  • Early Visual Perception Potentiated by Object Affordances: Evidence From a Temporal Order Judgment Task Reviewed

    Atsunori Ariga, Yuki Yamada, Yusuke Yamani

    i-Perception   7 ( 5 )   204166951666655 - 204166951666655   2016.10

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  • Object Affordances Potentiate Responses but Do Not Guide Attentional Prioritization Reviewed

    Yusuke Yamani, Atsunori Ariga, Yuki Yamada

    Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience   9   2016.1

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  • General Trust is Correlated with Attentional Orientation Triggered by Gaze Direction Reviewed

    Saki Takao, Atsunori Ariga

    Proceedings of Knowledge and Smart Technology (included in IEEE Xplore)   287 - 290   2016

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    The present study examined how general trust-a general cognitive bias in belief-is related to voluntary and involuntary attentional orientation. The gaze-cueing effect, a phenomenon by which the visual system directs attention to the spatial location indicated by another's gaze, was used to measure these types of attentional orientation. In Experiment 1, we observed a positive correlation between general trust and the gaze-cueing effect with different cue-target SOAs; general trust was reflected in both voluntary and involuntary attentional orientation triggered by gaze direction. In Experiment 2, the cueing stimulus was not social, and a positive correlation was only observed for voluntary attentional orientation. These results suggest that general trust might be reflected in relatively early cognitive processes regardless of whether it is triggered voluntarily or involuntarily by another's gaze direction. Furthermore, general trust might be differentially related to attentional orientation based on whether or not it is triggered socially.

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  • The price-based certainty of purchase influences consumer behavior for discount Reviewed

    Katsuhiko Arihara, Atsunori Ariga, Takeshi Furuya

    Shinrigaku Kenkyu   87 ( 1 )   12 - 20   2016

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    Kahneman (1981) reported that most participants decided to drive when they could save money on a low-price good as compared to when they could save on a high-price good, even though the discount prices were same. Although this irrational decision making has been interpreted as a rate-dependent estimation of value (prospect theory), this study newly proposes that it can be explained by the certainty of purchase based on the price of goods. Experiment 1 replicated the previously reported difference in decision making, and additionally demonstrated that participants' certainty of purchase was lower for a high- than a low-price good. When it was emphasized that participants' intention to purchase high- and low-price goods were equally sure, decision making did not significantly differ (Experiment 2). Furthermore, decision making differed based only on the certainty of purchase even when prices of goods were same (Experiment 3). Consumers' decision making may be rather rational, depending straightforwardly on the certainty of purchase that is susceptible to price.

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  • Do You Trust One’s Gaze? Commonalities and Differences in Gaze-Cueing Effect Between American and Japanese Invited Reviewed

    Saki Takao, Atsunori Ariga, Yusuke Yamani

    Cross-Cultural Design   9741   120 - 129   2016

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  • Expansive personal space: Distance between personal belongings reflects the interpersonal distance of their owners Reviewed

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    The Japanese journal of psychology   87 ( 2 )   186 - 190   2016

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    People feel uncomfortable when someone else comes spatially near and thus encroaches on their personal space (PS). Although many social psychologists have explored characteristics of PS of/between/among individuals so far, there is currently no empirical research on whether the PS of individuals expands into space surrounding their belongings (or objects) that are away from their body. This study measured the spatial distance between bags which participants and confederates left behind, and thus demonstrated that the distance between bags was modulated in response to the interpersonal relationship of their owners. The present study suggests new evidence for expansive PS, which is the concept that an individual's PS expands into space surrounding his/her belongings.

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  • The social-devaluation effect: interactive evaluation deteriorates likeability of objects based on daily relationship Reviewed

    Atsunori Ariga

    Frontiers in Psychology   5   2015.1

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    DOI: 10.3389/fpsyg.2014.01558

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  • How scarce objects attract people: The effects of temporal and social contexts of the scarcity on object value Reviewed

    Atsunori Ariga, Atsuko Inoue

    Proceedings International Marketing Trends Conference   1 - 15   2015

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  • Insightful Problem Solving Can Be Manipulated by Social Reality Reviewed

    Atsunori Ariga

    Proceedings of Knowledge and Smart Technology (included in IEEE Xplore)   161 - 164   2015

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    Although the insight used to solve a problem seems to emerge unexpectedly, a previous empirical study has shown that insight emerges after people recognize their failure via social comparisons regarding problem-solving outcomes. This study was intended to confirm this conclusion and advance knowledge in this domain. Experiment 1 demonstrated that insight was more strongly influenced by information about the performances of more, rather than fewer, others, which is consistent with the notion of a social impact. Furthermore, the present study demonstrated that this influence cannot be explained by socially-modulated manual speed (Experiment 2). These results suggest that insight can be robustly and universally manipulated by social reality.

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  • Facilitation and inhibition of insightful problem solving based on social comparison Reviewed

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    Shinrigaku Kenkyu   83 ( 6 )   576 - 581   2013.2

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    Intuitively, insight emerges unexpectedly. However, some previous views proposed that insight emerges with a high probability after people recognize their failure in solving a problem. In order to empirically investigate this failure-insight relationship, this study manipulated when participants recognized failure by using social comparison. It presumed that participants who had not yet solved the problem but knew others had already solved it would recognize that their currently adopted strategy was a failure
    the timing of this was manipulated in the experiment. As expected, participants who were given a cover story regarding others' fast performance for the T-puzzle completed the same puzzle more successfully, as compared to those who were given a story of others' slow performance. The results suggest that the occurrence of insight was influenced by when participants recognized their failure. Providing social reality information (i.e., others' good/poor performance) might be a method to facilitate or inhibit insightful problem solving.

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  • 商品の減少による希少性の操作が消費者の選好に与える影響 Reviewed

    有賀 敦紀, 井上 淳子

    消費者行動研究   20   1 - 12   2013

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  • Object-based maintenance of temporal attention in rapid serial visual presentation Reviewed

    Atsunori Ariga, Jun-ichiro Kawahara, Katsumi Watanabe

    Visual Cognition   19 ( 5 )   553 - 584   2011.5

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  • Brief and rare mental “breaks” keep you focused: Deactivation and reactivation of task goals preempt vigilance decrements Reviewed

    Atsunori Ariga, Alejandro Lleras

    Cognition   118 ( 3 )   439 - 443   2011.3

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  • Erroneous selection of a non-target item improves subsequent target identification in rapid serial visual presentations Reviewed

    Yuki Yamada, Atsunori Ariga, Kayo Miura, Takahiro Kawabe

    Advances in Cognitive Psychology   6 ( -1 )   35 - 46   2010.1

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  • What is special about the index finger?: The index finger advantage in manipulating reflexive attentional shift Reviewed

    Atsunori Ariga, Katsumi Watanabe

    Japanese Psychological Research   51 ( 4 )   258 - 265   2009.11

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  • Temporal dissociation between category-based and item-based processes in rejecting distractors Reviewed

    Atsunori Ariga, Katsumi Watanabe

    Psychological Research   73 ( 1 )   54 - 59   2009.1

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  • Contingent attentional capture occurs by activated target congruence Reviewed International journal

    Atsunori Ariga, Kazuhiko Yokosawa

    Perception & Psychophysics   70 ( 4 )   680 - 687   2008.5

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    Contingent attentional capture occurs when a stimulus property captures an observer's attention, usually related to the observer's top-down attentional set for target-defining properties. In this study, we examined whether contingent attentional capture occurs for a distractor that does not share the target-defining property at a physical level, but does share that property at an abstract level of representation. In a rapid serial visual presentation stream, we defined the target by color (e.g., a green-colored Japanese kanji character). Before the target onset, we presented a distractor that referred to the target-defining color (e.g., a white-colored character meaning "green"). We observed contingent attentional capture by the distractor, which was reflected by a deficit in identifying the subsequent target. This result suggests that because of the attentional set, stimuli were scanned on the basis of the target-defining property at an abstract semantic level of representation.

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  • Attentional awakening: gradual modulation of temporal attention in rapid serial visual presentation Reviewed

    Atsunori Ariga, Kazuhiko Yokosawa

    Psychological Research   72 ( 2 )   192 - 202   2008.3

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    Orienting attention to a point in time facilitates processing of an item within rapidly changing surroundings. We used a one-target RSVP task to look for differences in accuracy in reporting a target related to when the target temporally appeared in the sequence. The results show that observers correctly report a target early in the sequence less frequently than later in the sequence. Previous RSVP studies predicted equivalently accurate performances for one target wherever it appeared in the sequence. We named this new phenomenon attentional awakening, which reflects a gradual modulation of temporal attention in a rapid sequence.

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  • Intertrial inhibition of focused attention in pop-out search Reviewed

    Alejandro Lleras, Jun-Ichiro Kawahara, Xiaoang Irene Wan, Atsunori Ariga

    Perception & Psychophysics   70 ( 1 )   114 - 131   2008.1

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    When a visual search for a color oddball is performed, responses to target-present trials are affected by the color of items in immediately preceding target-absent trials, a phenomenon known as the distractor-previewing effect (DPE). Specifically, the color of the items in the target-absent trial suppresses responses to a target of that color in the subsequent trial, even though participants report a target feature uncorrelated with color. We believe that this suppression reflects a transient inhibitory effect on focused attention that biases attention away from items that are of the same color as the items in the target-absent trial. Experiments 1-3 show that the DPE is present only in tasks that require focused attention. Experiments 4A and 4B show that the DPE persists even when target-absent displays are masked. Last, Experiment 5 shows that the DPE emerges as early as within the first 100 msec of a target-present trial and is fully in place by the 250-msec mark.

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  • 視覚的注意の時間的限界 Invited Reviewed

    有賀 敦紀, 渡邊 克巳

    心理学評論   51   276 - 287   2008

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  • Object-based attentional selection and awareness of objects Reviewed

    Atsunori Ariga, Kazuhiko Yokosawa, Hirokazu Ogawa

    Visual Cognition   15 ( 6 )   685 - 709   2007

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    This study examined whether object-based attentional selection depends on the observer's awareness of objects, using objects defined by perceptual completion. As an indicator of object-based attention, we studied the same-object advantage, where observers respond faster to a target within a cued object than within a noncued object. The same-object advantage was not found in the condition where observers were unaware of the objects (inattentional blindness). On the other hand, the same-object advantage was observed in the condition where observers were aware of the objects. These results suggest that the intensity of object representations can be influenced by observers' awareness of objects, which affects the occurrence of object-based effects. We propose that attention/inattention (or awareness/unawareness) is graded and observers' awareness of the objects might serve to boost an otherwise noisy/low signal representation for obtaining object-based effects.

    DOI: 10.1080/13506280601016967

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  • The perceptual and cognitive distractor-previewing effect Reviewed

    Atsunori Ariga, Jun-ichiro Kawahara

    Journal of Vision   4 ( 10 )   891 - 903   2004

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    The time it takes to respond to an odd-colored target (e.g., a red diamond among green diamonds) is reduced when distracter-colored items in an appropriate geometric configuration (e.g., multiple red diamonds) are previewed in a preceding trial. B. A. Goolsby and S. Suzuki (2002) suggested that this phenomenon, the distracter-previewing effect, occurs because target saliency is increased by global adaptation to the previewed distractors. The present study tested and extended this idea with visual search experiments using color, face, motion, and word stimuli. We found that the distracter-previewing effect can be obtained with all of these stimuli. In particular, we found that the distracter-previewing effect was elicited by prior activation of distractors by word labels, suggesting a high-level locus for the effect.

    DOI: 10.1167/4.10.5

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Books

  • 美しさと魅力の心理

    有賀 敦紀( Role: Contributor)

    ミネルヴァ書房  2019 

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  • 基礎心理学ハンドブック

    有賀 敦紀( Role: Contributor)

    朝倉書店  2018 

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  • 日常と非日常からみるこころと脳の科学

    有賀 敦紀( Role: Contributor)

    コロナ社  2017 

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  • Rediscovering the Essentiality of Marketing

    Inoue, A., Ariga, A.( Role: Contributor)

    Springer  2016 

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  • 実験心理学:なぜ心理学者は人の心がわかるのか?

    有賀 敦紀( Role: Contributor)

    ナツメ社  2012 

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MISC

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    2022.9

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Presentations

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Awards

  • 特別優秀発表賞

    2022   日本心理学会  

  • 国際賞奨励賞

    2021   日本心理学会  

  • 錯視・錯聴コンテスト入賞

    2020   日本基礎心理学会  

  • 錯視・錯聴コンテスト入賞

    2020   日本基礎心理学会  

  • 優秀発表賞(総合性評価部門)

    2019   日本認知心理学会  

  • 錯視・錯聴コンテスト入賞

    2018   日本基礎心理学会  

  • 優秀発表賞(発表力評価部門)

    2017   日本認知心理学会  

  • 優秀発表賞(新規性評価部門)

    2016   日本認知心理学会  

  • 蘊奥奨励賞

    2015   立正大学  

  • 研究奨励賞(青木幸弘賞)

    2014   日本消費者行動研究学会  

  • 優秀発表賞(総合性評価部門)

    2014   日本認知心理学会  

  • 特別優秀発表賞

    2014   日本心理学会  

  • 優秀発表賞

    2007   日本基礎心理学会  

  • 優秀発表賞

    2006   日本基礎心理学会  

  • 優秀発表賞

    2004   日本基礎心理学会  

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Research Projects

  • 音に見る空間:ピッチに内在する空間的音象徴の解明

    2022 - 2025

    日本学術振興会  科学研究費補助金  基盤研究C 

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    Grant amount: \4160000

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  • 消費者行動における無意識と潜在意識の探求

    2018.4 - 2021.3

    成蹊大学アジア太平洋研究 センター  共同研究プロジェクト 

    井上 淳子

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  • モノに宿った自己が形成する心理空間の解明

    2017.10 - 2021.3

    日本学術振興会  科学研究費補助金 独立基盤形成支援 

    有賀 敦紀

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  • モノに宿った自己が形成する心理空間の解明

    2017.4 - 2021.3

    日本学術振興会  科学研究費補助金 若手研究B 

    有賀 敦紀

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  • 「福島県産」に対する消費者の買い控えと潜在的態度の関係についての研究

    2018.8 - 2019.7

    日本心理学会  災害からの復興のための実践活動及び研究 

    有賀 敦紀

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  • 化粧の濃さと社会的文脈の循環的相互作用に関する行動経済学的アプローチ

    2017.12 - 2018.12

    コスメトロジー研究振興財団  研究助成 

    有賀 敦紀

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  • 問題解決において洞察を促すための統一的・普遍的手法の開発

    2013.4 - 2017.3

    日本学術振興会  科学研究費補助金 若手研究B 

    有賀 敦紀

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    Authorship:Principal investigator  Grant type:Competitive

    Grant amount: \4030000 ( Direct Cost: \4030000 )

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  • 消費者教育推進のための実証的共同研究

    2015.4 - 2016.3

    文部科学省  連携・協働による消費者教育推進事業 

    八木 善彦

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  • Gaze-cueingによる潜在的な行動誘導効果の解明と 実務的応用手法の確立

    2014.4 - 2016.3

    日本学術振興会  学術研究助成基金助成金 挑戦的萌芽研究 

    井上 淳子

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    Grant amount: \3510000 ( Direct Cost: \3510000 )

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  • ユニフォームの視覚・心理的対外効果の調査・研究

    2013.4 - 2014.3

    日本ユニフォームセンター  基礎研究助成 

    有賀 敦紀

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    Authorship:Principal investigator  Grant type:Competitive

    Grant amount: \500000 ( Direct Cost: \500000 )

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  • ヴィジランスの低下を阻止する手法としての脱馴化法の検討

    2011.4 - 2013.3

    日本学術振興会  科学研究費補助金 研究活動スタート支援 

    有賀 敦紀

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    Grant amount: \3250000 ( Direct Cost: \3250000 )

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  • The cognitive mechanisms behind limitations of sustained attention

    2009.4 - 2011.3

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    Grant amount: \10512 ( Direct Cost: \10512 )

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  • 対象認知における視覚的注意の時空間特性と潜在的プロセスの影響

    2006.4 - 2009.3

    日本学術振興会  科学研究費補助金 特別研究員奨励費 

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    Grant amount: \2800 ( Direct Cost: \2800 )

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Allotted class

  • 2023   卒業論文   Department

  • 2023   学習心理学(学習・言語心理学Ⅱ)/記憶心理学   Department

  • 2023   心理学基礎演習(2)A   Department

  • 2023   心理学基礎演習(2)B   Department

  • 2023   心理学概論/心理学概論(1)   Department

  • 2023   心理学特殊研究(1)   Department

  • 2023   心理学特殊研究(2)   Department

  • 2023   認知心理学(知覚・認知心理学Ⅱ)/認知心理学   Department

  • 2023   心理学基礎理論Ⅱ   Graduate school

  • 2023   認知心理学演習Ⅰ   Graduate school

  • 2023   認知心理学演習Ⅱ   Graduate school

  • 2023   認知心理学特殊研究Ⅰ   Graduate school

  • 2023   認知心理学特殊研究Ⅱ   Graduate school

  • 2023   認知心理学特講Ⅰ   Graduate school

  • 2023   認知心理学特講Ⅱ   Graduate school

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Committee Memberships

  • 2022 - Now

    日本消費者行動研究学会   編集委員  

  • 2021 - Now

    日本消費者行動研究学会   幹事  

  • 2021 - Now

    日本基礎心理学会   編集委員  

  • 2020 - Now

    日本認知心理学会 消費者行動研究部会   代表  

  • 2020 - Now

    日本基礎心理学会   理事  

  • 2017 - Now

    日本基礎心理学会 若手研究者特別委員会   委員,副委員長  

  • 2016.12 - Now

    Frontiers in Psychology (Cognition)   Review Editor  

  • 2018 - 2021

    日本認知心理学会   事業委員会  

  • 2020    

    日本基礎心理学会   大会準備委員  

  • 2018    

    日本動物心理学会   大会準備委員会 事務局長  

  • 2016    

    日本認知心理学会   大会準備委員  

  • 2016    

    日本基礎心理学会   大会準備委員  

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Social Activities

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