Yuki Miyazaki

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Name
Yuki Miyazaki
Affiliation
Fukuyama University
Section
Faculty of Human Cultures and Sciences, Department of Psychology
Job title
Associate Professor
Degree
Ph.D. in Psychology(Tokyo Metropolitan University)
Other affiliation
Kanagawa University
Research funding number
70600873

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2017
 - 
Today
Lecturer (part-time), The Fukuyama Medical Association School of Nursing
 
Apr 2016
 - 
Today
Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, Faculty of Human Culture and Sciences, Fukuyama University
 
Apr 2014
 - 
Today
Project Researcher, Research Institute for Multimodal Sensory Science, Kanagawa University
 
Apr 2014
 - 
Mar 2016
Lecturer (part-time), Faculty of Human Studies, Meijo University
 
Apr 2012
 - 
Mar 2016
Assistant Professor, Applied Psychology Course, Department of Psychology, School of Psychology, Chukyo University
 
Jan 2011
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Mar 2014
Project Researcher, Research Institute of Visual Science, Kanagawa University
 
Apr 2010
 - 
Mar 2012
Lecturer (part-time), Faculty of Human Sciences, Kanagawa University
 

Education

 
Apr 2008
 - 
Mar 2012
Department of Human Sciences, Graduate School of Humanities, Tokyo Metropolitan University
 
Apr 2006
 - 
Mar 2008
Major of Experimental and Applied Psychology, Graduate School of Psychology, Chukyo University
 
Apr 2002
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Mar 2006
Department of Psychology, School of Psychology, Chukyo University
 

Awards & Honors

 
Feb 2018
Outstanding Faculty Award at Fukuyama University, Fukuyama University
 
Sep 2017
Best Paper Award, Japanese Psychological Association
Winner: Miyazaki, Y. & Kawahara, J.
 
Oct 2016
Best Presentation Award in the 34th Conference, Japanese Psychonomic Society
 
Sep 2015
Best Presentation Award in the 2014 Annual Conference, Japanese Psychological Association
Winner: Miyazaki, Y., Sato, S., & Kawahara, J.
 
May 2011
Repayment Exemption for Students with Excellent Grades, Japan Student Services Organization (JASSO)
 

Published Papers

 
Being watched by anthropomorphized objects affects charitable donation in religious people.
Miyazaki, Y.
Japanese Psychological Research   59(3) 221-229   Jul 2017   [Refereed]
Miyazaki, Y. & Kawahara, J.
Japanese Psychological Research   58(3) 261-272   Jul 2016   [Refereed]
Special issues No. 3: Measurement technique for ergonomics, Section 3: Psychological measurements and analyses (4) Measurements and analyses by psychological experiments (1)
Miyazaki, Y., & Yamashita, T.
The Japanese Journal of Ergonomics   51(5) 304-314   Oct 2015   [Refereed]
Miyazaki, Y.
Frontiers in Psychology   6 1-7   May 2015   [Refereed]
Miyazaki, Y.
PLoS ONE   8 1-8   Jan 2013   [Refereed]

Misc

 
Differences between self-perspective and others’ perspectives in assessing one’s own perceived facial attractiveness
Miyazaki, Y., & Kawahara, J. I.
59th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society      Nov 2018   [Refereed]
Teachers’ decoding accuracy of nonverbal cues of Foreign Language Anxiety (FLA) amongst Japanese learners of English: A replication study of Gregersen (2007)
Aono, A., King, J., & Miyazaki, Y.
58th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Social Psychology      Nov 2017
Overestimation of the effect of monetary reward on visual search accuracy.
Miyazaki, Y.
58th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society      Nov 2017   [Refereed]
Importance of physical size of lower facial parts in perceived size of face
Miyazaki, Y., Ito, M., Kamiyama, R., Shibata, A., & Kawahara, J.
The 81st Annual Convention of the Japanese Psychological Association      Sep 2017
How do we think collaboration affects visual search performance: Metacognitive accuracy in collaborative search process
Miyazaki, Y.
57th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society      Nov 2016   [Refereed]

Research Grants & Projects

 
Fukuyama University: Education Promotion Fund 2017/2018 in Fukuyama University
Project Year: Apr 2017 - Mar 2019    Investigator(s): Yuki Miyazaki
Fukuyama University: Education Promotion Fund 2016 in Fukuyama University
Project Year: Apr 2016 - Mar 2017    Investigator(s): Yuki Miyazaki
Scholarship Student of Nakato Scholarship Foundation
Nakato Scholarship Foundation: 
Project Year: Apr 2009 - Mar 2011    Investigator(s): Yuki Miyazaki
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(B))
Project Year: 2007 - 2010    Investigator(s): Tenji WAKE, 和氣 典二
The change detection in flicker paradigm has been examined by glaucoma and pigmentary retinal degeneration with defect of visual field. The target is changed in color and orientation. It was shown that the result of the change detection was influe...