HAGA Shigeru

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Name
HAGA Shigeru
E-mail
hagarikkyo.ac.jp
Affiliation
Rikkyo University
Section
Rikkyo University Professor Emeritus
Job title
Professor Emeritus
Degree
Ph.D. (Psychology)(Kyoto University), Master of Arts(Kyoto University)
Research funding number
10281544

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Mar 1979
 - 
Mar 1987
Researcher, Railway Labour Science Research Institute
 
Apr 1987
 - 
Mar 1989
Chief Researcher, Railway Technical Research Institute
 
Oct 1995
 - 
Mar 1998
Associate Professor (as old post name), Tohwa University
 
Apr 1998
 - 
Mar 2002
Associate Professor (as old post name), College of Arts, RIKKYO UNIVERSITY
 
Apr 2002
 - 
Mar 2006
Professor, College of Arts, RIKKYO UNIVERSITY
 

Education

 
 
 - 
Mar 1975
Faculty of Literature, Kyoto University
 
 
 - 
Mar 1977
Graduate School, Division of Letters, Kyoto University
 

Published Papers

 
Laboratory experiment on visual attention of pedestrians while using Twitter and LINE with a smartphone on a treadmill,
Haga, S. and Matsuyama, T.
Proceedings of the AHFE2018 International Conferences on Human Factors and Wearable Technologies, and Human Factors in Game Design and Virtual Environments   226-232   Jul 2018   [Refereed]
Effects on Auditory Attention and Walking While Texting with a Smartphone and Walking on Stairs
Haga, S., Fukuzawa, K., Kido, E., Sudo, Y., and Yoshida, A.
Proceedings Part 1, 18th International Conference, HCI International 2016      Jul 2016   [Refereed]
Effects of using a smart phone on pedestrians' attention and walking
Haga, S., Sano, A., Sekine, Y., Sato, H., Yamaguchi, S., and Masuda, K.
Procedia Manufacturing   3 2574-2580   Jul 2015   [Refereed]
Development of interactive educational games about human error for railway personnel
INABA, M, NAKAMURA, R., IMAIZUMI, T., ONODERA, O., TAKEDA, Y., KUSUKAMI, K., and HAGA, S.
Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics: AHFE2014, Krakow, Poland      Jul 2014   [Refereed]
Training of resilience skills for safer railways: developing a new training program on the basis of lessons from tsunami disaster
HAGA, S., ONODERA, O., YAMAKAWA, A., OISHI, TAKEDA, Y., KUSUKAMI, K., and KIKKAWA, T.
Proceedings of the 5th Symposium of the Resilience Engineering Association      Jul 2013   [Refereed]

Misc

 
Safety management and resilient work performance at the "sharp end"
Haga, Shigeru
JR EAST Technical Review   30 1-4   Aug 2014   [Invited]
Models of driving behavior and accident prevention
Masuda, T. and Haga, S.
31(3) 223-228   May 2009

Books etc

 
Illustrated Mechanism behind Failure
Shigeru Haga
JMA Management Center   Feb 2009   ISBN:9784820745556
Theory and Measurement of Mental Workload
HAGA, Shigeru
Jun 2001   ISBN:4-88922-110-7
Mechanism behind Errors
Haga, Shigeru
Jan 2000   ISBN:978-4-88922-106-0
Why We Make Mistakes? : Human Science of Human Error
Haga, Shigeru
Japan Industrial Safety and Health Association   May 1991   ISBN:4-8059-0383-X C3060
Just Culture: Balancing Safety and Accountability
Shigeru Haga
University of Tokyo Press   Oct 2009   ISBN:9784130530170

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Psychology and Safety Practice: How can we psychologists contribute to safety? [Invited]
Haga, S.
The 31st International Congress of Psychology   Jul 2016   International Congress of Psychology
Factors affecting pedestrians' risk behavior
Sato, H., Oya, H., Sekine, Y., Yamaguchi, S., Ohshima, R., Hirokawa, K., and Haga, S.
The 14th European Congress of Psychology   Jul 2015   European Congress of Psychology
The motivation of workmanship-innovation enhanced by occupational pride results in an active attitude to carry out safety actions
Oya, H., and Haga, S.
The 6th Symposium on Resilience Engineering   Jun 2015   Resilience Engineering Association
Laboratory Experiment on Visual and Auditory Inattention of Pedestrians Using Cell Phones
MASUDA, K., SEKINE, Y., SATO, H., and HAGA, S.
The 28th International Congress of Applied Psychology   Jul 2014   International Association of Applied Psychology
The role of occupational pride in safety actions: Constructing a model of safety actions with the Theory of Planned Behavior
Oya H., SATO, H., SEKINE, Y., and HAGA, S.
The 28th International Congress of Applied Psychology   Jul 2014   International Association of Applied Psychology

Research Grants & Projects

 
Safety management based on resilience engineering
Project Year: Apr 2012 - Today
Relationship between occupational pride, organizational justice, and safety behabior
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research
Project Year: Apr 2013 - Mar 2018
Human Error
Project Year: Apr 1979 - Today
Medical Accident Prevention
Health and Labour Sciences Research Grants
Project Year: Apr 2003 - Apr 2006