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  • Self-other face discrimination modulated by interpersonal closeness  [in Japanese]

    Fang Wenxiao , Fukui Takao

    … <p>The present study investigated whether and how interpersonal closeness affects self-other face discrimination. … Two types of morphed face image were created, namely (i) self-friend image which was merged each participant's face with the close friend's face and (ii) self-unknown image which was merged each participant's face with an unknown female person's face. …

    Proceedings of the Japanese Society for Cognitive Psychology 2019(0), 9, 2019

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  • Shared-Resource Management Using Online Social-Relationship Metric for Altruistic Device Sharing

    Inagaki Yuichi , Shinkuma Ryoichi

    … The confluence of two emerging paradigms, Internet of Things and sharing economy, has encouraged people to share their assets, which could include personal devices, with others. … Atypical example of such altruistic device sharing is "tethering"in cellular networks: an owner who uses a smartphone relays data from/to base stations for others who do not have direct connectivity to cellular networks. …

    IEEE Access (6), 23191-23201, 2018-04-06

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  • Family experience of decision making in Life-sustaining treatment at Emergency medical situations  [in Japanese]

    清水 玲子 , 中村 美鈴 , 平山 美紀 , 水野 照美 , 山本 洋子 , 内海 香子 , 村上 礼子

    … explanations and staffs' actions and expressions," "questioning the meaning of life when faced with a family member being kept alive by a machine," "self-questioning about the morality of a life and death decision,""worrying about being blamed for the decision," "attributing positive meaning to the moment of death," "not being able to face family members who share the grief," and "support and comfort from family and others."Conclusions: Our results suggest that family members who make decisions for critically ill patients …

    研究紀要 (19), 45-55, 2018-03-10

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  • 研究資料 黒田清輝宛、杉竹二郎宛 山本芳翠書簡 影印・翻刻・解題  [in Japanese]

    椎野 晃史

    … The year 1895 saw the production of his major work Urashima, and others. … The information written in the letters adds new events to Hôsui's timeline, such as the time when he returned from military duty and the process involved, his interactions with those involved in the Sino-Japanese War after his return, and background information on his painting Records of War: Meiji 27-28. … As well, these letters provided Kuroda, then living in Kyoto, with an update on Hôsui's activities in Tokyo. …

    美術研究 = The bijutsu kenkiu : the journal of art studies (423), 98-135, 2018-01-11

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  • Materials for Art Research: Letters from Yamamoto Hôsui to Kuroda Seiki and to Sugi Takejirô: Reproductions, Transcriptions and Interpretations  [in Japanese]

    椎野 晃史

    … The year 1895 saw the production of his major work Urashima, and others. … The information written in the letters adds new events to Hôsui's timeline, such as the time when he returned from military duty and the process involved, his interactions with those involved in the Sino-Japanese War after his return, and background information on his painting Records of War: Meiji 27-28. … As well, these letters provided Kuroda, then living in Kyoto, with an update on Hôsui's activities in Tokyo. …

    美術研究 = The bijutsu kenkiu : the journal of art studies (423), 95-97, 2018-01-11

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  • Conditions for Optimal Interactions of Students With and Without Intellectual Disabilities: Qualitative Analysis of Standard School Students' Narratives About Their Experience of Interactions With Students With Intellectual Disabilities  [in Japanese]

    KUSUMI Yusuke

    … The purposes of the present study were to examine conditions for optimal interactions between students from a standard school and students from a school for students with intellectual disabilities, and to discuss relationships between the quality of interactions and effects of the interactions on the attitudes of the students from the standard school toward the students from the school for students with intellectual disabilities. …

    The Japanese Journal of Special Education 55(4), 189-199, 2017

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  • The Invulnerability of Traffic Networks under New Attack Strategies

    GUO Xin-Ling , LU Zhe-Ming , LI Hui

    … Firstly, five new attack strategies, i.e., Initial All Degree (IAD), Initial All Strength (IAS), Recalculated Closeness (RC), Recalculated All Degree (RAD) and Recalculated All Strength (RAS) and five traditional attack strategies, i.e., Initial Degree (ID), Initial Betweenness (IB), Initial Closeness (IC), Recalculated Degree (RD) and Recalculated Betweenness (RB) are adopted to provoke the nodes failure. …

    IEICE Transactions on Fundamentals of Electronics, Communications and Computer Sciences E100.A(10), 2106-2112, 2017

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  • The Study of Fictitiousness in Resorts : True-False Discussions of Resorts from a Tourism-Sociological Viewpoint  [in Japanese]

    小川 功

    … For fundamentalists who believe that tourism is a religious act in pursuit of authenticity, and that tourist destinations should be limited only to authentic places, all imitations with no hint of authenticity should be cast aside. … They view most tourism resources as valueless copies of others, cross out one spot after another, and conclude that the only places in the world worth visiting are sites associated with the cradle of civilization. …

    彦根論叢 (第405号), 76-90, 2015-09

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  • Closeness and emotional valence of social interactions and subjective happiness of elderly people  [in Japanese]

    Kimura Toshiaki , Uchiyama Ichiro

    … Results of a simple correlation analysis indicated a positive correlation between mean closeness scores and SH Scale scores in young adults and a positive correlation between mean emotional valence and SH Scale scores in early-elderly and late-elderly people. …

    The Japanese Journal of Health Psychology 28(1), 23-32, 2015

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  • Being One, Being Multiple : A Future for Anthropological Relations

    Strathern Marilyn

    … This lecture is prompted directly by the theme, 'The future with/of anthropologies' of the JASCA/IUAES conference, Tokyo May 2014. … What might we value about anthropology that we welcome its multiplication (diverse anthropologies), or indeed wish to imagine a future with it? … In the spirit of the conference, it seems important to dwell on some of the ways in which anthropologists are always in the company of others, and their discipline in the company of other disciplines. …

    Nature Culture (3), 122-157, 2015

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  • Material for Art Research, Transcription of Ogawa Kazumasa's Letters to Kuroda Seiki  [in Japanese]

    岡塚 章子

    … After his return from France, Kuroda led the Japanese Western painting world into new forms of painterly expression, and thus undoubtedly felt a sense of shared closeness with Ogawa through their innovative endeavors. … In 1888 he acted as a record photographer in the treasures survey of the Kinki region conducted by Kuki Ryûichi of the Imperial Household Agency and others, taking large numbers of photographs of ancient art works. …

    美術研究 = The bijutsu kenkiu : the journal of art studies (412), 83-95, 2014-03-25

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  • Material for Art Research, Meiji Photography Groups and the Noility - From Considerations of Ogawa Kazumasa's Archievements  [in Japanese]

    岡塚 章子

    … After his return from France, Kuroda led the Japanese Western painting world into new forms of painterly expression, and thus undoubtedly felt a sense of shared closeness with Ogawa through their innovative endeavors. … In 1888 he acted as a record photographer in the treasures survey of the Kinki region conducted by Kuki Ryûichi of the Imperial Household Agency and others, taking large numbers of photographs of ancient art works. …

    美術研究 = The bijutsu kenkiu : the journal of art studies (412), 71-82, 2014-03-25

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  • Nursing Care for School Aged Children with Developmental Disabilities Experiencing Difficulty in Social Interaction

    Yamauchi Tomoko

    … The purpose of this study was to describe the nursing care for school aged children with developmental disabilities experiencing difficulty in social interaction hospitalized in a pediatric psychiatric closed unit. … Seventeen general informants included six school aged children with pervasive developmental disorders (PDD) or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), six fathers and mothers, and five medical staff. …

    Journal of Japan Academy of Nursing Science 34(1), 170-179, 2014

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  • Anthropophobic Tendencies through Subjective Experiences in Dyads and Triads:Using PAC (Personal Attitude Construct) Analysis  [in Japanese]

    NAGAYAMA Tomoyuki

    … Experiences and emerging difficulties in the dynamics of dyads and triad were investigated from the perspective of anthropophobic and commu-phobic tendencies (tendency to avoid closeness), by using PAC analysis and circle drawings; … The results indicated that the cases with low anthropophobic and commu-phobic tendencies were flexible and could establish relationships with others according to the situation. …

    Archives of Sandplay Therapy 26(3), 65-80, 2014

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  • Endocranial proportions and postorbital morphology of the Minatogawa I and IV Late Pleistocene Homo sapiens crania from Okinawa Island, Japan

    KUBO Daisuke , KONO Reiko T. , SUWA Gen

    … The Minatogawa I and IV crania were compared with 83 <i>Homo sapiens</i> … Metric comparative analyses and observational evaluations revealed that the two Minatogawa endocrania are characterized by a common suite of features (or tendency), including a small endocranial volume, relatively low endocranial shape, distinctly broad temporal region (qualitatively associated with the strong temporal bulge), weak parietal boss, and weakly swollen frontal bulge. …

    Anthropological Science 120(2), 179-194, 2012-08-01

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  • <Articles>Kant and Cosmopolitanism : Is Cosmopolitanism Naive?

    Hirose Yuzo

    … Strict cosmopolitans in the moral sphere such as Singer, O'Neil and Nussbaum claim that our duties to others should not be limited to local people or compatriots. … Kant's cosmopolitanism has closeness with respecting the humanity of a person as both an end and a means to an end, and has three different dimensions : (1) the individual, (2) the national, (3) the cosmopolitan society. …

    臨床教育人間学 = Record of Clinical-Philosophical Pedagogy (11), 141-147, 2012-06-25

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  • A Comparative Study on Perceptions of Friendship among Japanese, Taiwanese and Chinese University Students: Based on an Inquiry into the Concept of "Intersubjectivity"  [in Japanese]

    Uehara Asako , Cheng Chia–Chen , Tsuboi Tsuyoshi

    … A quantitative approach was chosen after examining the concept of "intersubjectivity" that indicates self as a creation of culture and as having shared dimensions with others in the culture. …

    Intercultural Education 34(0), 120-135, 2011

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  • Why do people with low self-esteem prefer only close others?: effects of self-esteem and quality of interaction on selecting interaction partners  [in Japanese]

    柳澤 邦昭 , 西村 太志 , 浦 光博

    The Japanese journal of experimental social psychology 50(1), 89-102, 2010-08

  • Why do people with low self-esteem prefer only close others?: Effects of self-esteem and quality of interaction on selecting interaction partners  [in Japanese]

    Yanagisawa Kuniaki , Nishimura Takashi , Ura Mitsuhiro

    … This study examined the effect of self-esteem on selection of close/non-close others as interaction partners, and the moderation effect of social rejection on those selecting interaction partners using the "Settoku Nattoku Game" (SNG; … Following the features of the SNG, we set our dependent variable as the number of others that the persuader persuaded, and conducted our analysis separately for Session 1 (S1), and Session 2 (S2). …

    THE JAPANESE JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 50(1), 89-102, 2010

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  • Interpersonal intimacy and allowance level of physical touch: based on a survey of university students in Korea  [in Japanese]

    曹 美庚

    … One is that a feeling of closeness affects the allowance level of physical touch (or "skinship"). … In addition, the results suggest that on the whole Korean students tend to allow high level of physical touch (or "skinship") in communicating with others,and especially female students have a stronger tendency to allow the physical touch (or "skinship") between females. …

    Bulletin of the Graduate School of Social and Cultural Studies, Kyushu University 16, 73-85, 2010

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