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  • Naive cynicism among Japanese dating couples  [in Japanese]

    TAKEDA Mia , NUMAZAKI Makoto

    … We examined whether Japanese dating couples have cynical intuitions about how their partners assess responsibility and whether the strength of this "naive cynicism" … Thirty-eight undergraduates and their dating partners rated their own responsibility for six desirable and six undesirable joint activities and predicted their partner's self-ratings. …

    Japanese Journal of Social Psychology 26(1), 57-64, 2010

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  • The reciprocity on self-presentation in conversation  [in Japanese]

    笠置 遊 , 外山 みどり , 大坊 郁夫 , Kasagi Yuu , Toyama Midori , Daibo Ikuo , カサギ ユウ , トヤマ ミドリ , ダイボウ イクオ

    … We examined the reciprocity of self-effacing presentations in dyadic conversation. … In the laboratory experiment, 42 participants (17 male and 25 female undergraduates) answered an intelligent test. …

    対人社会心理学研究 8, 59-64, 2008

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  • An experimental study of self-effacement and self-enhancement among the Japanese  [in Japanese]

    SUZUKI Naoto , YAMAGISHI Toshio

    … This study investigated the cognitive basis of self-effacing behavior among the Japanese. … Based on the premises that self-effacement among the Japanese is a form of "default self-presentation," … we predicted that Japanese self-effacement will dissipate when actual self-evaluation is required. …

    Japanese Journal of Social Psychology 20(1), 17-25, 2004

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  • Effects of Self-Enhancing and Self-Effacing Presentation on Audiences' Inference about Presenters' Ability: Differences between Laboratory Experiment and Vignette Experiment  [in Japanese]

    Numazaki Makoto , Kudo Eriko

    … A review of studies on the effect of self-presentation styles on audiences' inferences about a presenter's ability revealed that the findings from vignette and laboratory experiments were inconsistent. … To clarify this issue, laboratory and vignette experiments were conducted with Japanese female college students. …

    THE JAPANESE JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 43(1), 36-51, 2003

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  • Self-serving versus group-serving tendencies in causal attributions of Chinese people  [in Japanese]

    Ma WEIJUN

    … The present study examined whether causal attributions of success and failure of Chinese people differ between personal or group performance situations. … The result indicated a self-serving tendency in the personal performance condition. … This result suggests that people in Asia do not represent the self-effacing tendency at all times. … An important result was that group-serving tendency was more salient than self-serving. …

    Japanese Journal of Social Psychology 19(2), 135-143, 2003

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  • A study of perceptions of recievers of group-serving attributions : As a strategy of coexistence of supports of other members' esteem and indirect self-enhancements in Japan  [in Japanese]

    YOSHITAKE Kumiko

    … They perceived the individuals who did group-serving tendencies (that is attributed the cause of group success to internal factors) as cooperative, pleasant, and like. … They evaluated the individuals who did self-effacing and who did self-enhancement as same level in their abilities. …

    Junshin journal of human studies 5, 57-67, 1999-03-01

  • Another Type of Self-serving Bias: Coexistence of Self-effacing and Group-serving Tendencies in Attribution in the Japanese Culture

    MURAMOTO YUKIKO , YAMAGUCHI SUSUMU

    … The present research aimed to demonstrate the coexistence of self-effacing and group-serving tendencies in attribution of success and failure in the Japanese culture. … The following hypotheses were examined by two experiments: (1) Individuals within a group tend to make self-effacing attribution for their personal performance and group-serving attribution for performance of their group. …

    THE JAPANESE JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 37(1), 65-75, 1997

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