Researcher Database

Ayaka Takimoto
Graduate School of Humanities and Human Sciences Division of Human Sciences Department of Behavioral Science
Associate Professor

Researcher Profile and Settings

Affiliation

  • Graduate School of Humanities and Human Sciences Division of Human Sciences Department of Behavioral Science

Job Title

  • Associate Professor

URL

J-Global ID

Research Interests

  • inequity aversion   parental care   social bond   Comparative Cognitive Science   horse   Communication between humans and companion animals   primates   prosocial behavior   

Research Areas

  • Humanities & social sciences / Experimental psychology
  • Humanities & social sciences / Cognitive sciences

Academic & Professional Experience

  • 2015/04 - Today Hokkaido University Graduate School of Letters Associate Professor
  • 2012/04 - 2015/03 Japan Society for the Promotion of Science University of Tokyo Postdoctoral Research Fellow
  • 2009/04 - 2012/03 Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Kyoto University Reserch fellow

Education

  • 2009/04 - 2012/03  Kyoto University  Graduate School of Letters  Doctor's course
  • 2007/04 - 2009/03  Kyoto University  Graduate School of Letters  Master's course
  • 2003/04 - 2007/03  Kyoto University  Department of Letters

Research Activities

Published Papers

  • ERIKO UEDA, TAKATOMI KUBO, SATOSHI MURASHIGE, MIHO NAGASAWA, KAZUSHI IKEDA, AYAKA TAKIMOTO-INOSE
    Japanese Journal of Animal Psychology 70 (2) 27 - 39 0916-8419 2020/12 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • Are horses (Equus caballus) sensitive to human emotional cues?
    Baba, C, Kawai, M, Takimoto-Inose, A
    Animals 9 630  2019/08 [Refereed][Invited]
  • 馬のこころー動物心理学の研究からわかってきたこと―
    瀧本(猪瀬)彩加
    BTCニュース (116) 16 - 19 2019/07 [Not refereed][Invited]
  • ウマとヒトの絆を紡ぐ情動を介したコミュニケーション
    瀧本彩加
    心理学ワールド (85) 23 - 24 2019/04 [Not refereed][Invited]
  • ウマにおけるクロスモーダルなヒトの感情認知―ウマはヒトの感情を読み取る際にその表情と音声を関連づけるか?―
    中村航介, 瀧本彩加, 長谷川壽一
    馬の科学 56 20 - 28 2019/03 [Not refereed][Invited]
  • ウマにおけるクロスモーダルなヒトの感情認知―ウマはヒトの感情を読みとる際にその表情と音声を関連づけるか?―
    中村航介, 瀧本彩加, 長谷川壽一
    馬の科学 56 20 - 28 2019/03 [Not refereed][Invited]
  • Nakamura K, Takimoto-Inose A, Hasegawa T
    Scientific reports 8 (1) 8660  2018/06 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • Suyama Masaki, Yamada Junko, Takimoto Ayaka
    THE JAPANESE JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 日本グループ・ダイナミックス学会 0387-7973 2018 [Not refereed][Not invited]
     
    <p>The study of group dynamics, which refers to changes in individual behaviors due to the actions of others within a group, became a popular topic in social psychology during the 1940s. It is studied using methods such as experiments, surveys, and statistical modeling. However, in the modern era group dynamics no longer receives much attention within social psychology. Instead, it is biologists who have produced new and interesting findings about group dynamics, through the application of various new data collection and statistical methods. In this article, we first provide a brief explanation of the history of research into group dynamics in social psychology and biology. We then examine three recent biological studies of cultural diffusion in depth, which were illustrative of the innovation found in current research into group dynamics. Finally, we discuss how the methods and theories developed in the biological field could be applied to social psychology research and propose a scheme that could help to encourage researchers in social psychology and biology to unite in new collaborative efforts.</p>
  • James R. Anderson, Benoit Bucher, Hitomi Chijiiwa, Hika Kuroshima, Ayaka Takimoto, Kazuo Fujita
    Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews 82 95 - 109 1873-7528 2017/11/01 [Refereed][Not invited]
     
    Developmental psychologists are increasingly interested in young children's evaluations of individuals based on third-party interactions. Studies have shown that infants react negatively to agents who display harmful intentions toward others, and to those who behave unfairly. We describe experimental studies of capuchin monkeys’ and pet dogs’ differential reactions to people who are helpful or unhelpful in third-party contexts, and monkeys’ responses to people who behave unfairly in exchanges of objects with a third party. We also present evidence that capuchin monkeys monitor the context of failures to help and violations of reciprocity, and that intentionality is one factor underlying their social evaluations of individuals whom they see interacting with others. We conclude by proposing some questions for studies of nonhuman species’ third party-based social evaluations.
  • TAKIMOTO AYAKA
    Japanese Journal of Animal Psychology 日本動物心理学会 67 (1) 41 - 43 0916-8419 2017 [Not refereed][Not invited]
     
    <p>Recently, there have been more and more chances to talk about our study in English even in domestic conferences, symposiums or workshops in Japan. However, unfortunately, almost all of us have not received enough training for making English presentation yet. Therefore, I would like to introduce the very basics of pronunciation, making slides, way of talking and answering questions from the audience to help beginners through their first English oral presentation.</p>
  • Three-factor combination model for empathy-related phenomena and relevant evidence in nonhuman primates
    Ayaka Takimoto, Shinya Yamamoto
    Japanese Psychological Review 58 (3) 255 - 270 2016/02 [Refereed][Invited]
  • Ayaka Takimoto, Yusuke Hori, Kazuo Fujita
    Psychologia 59 (2-3) 100 - 111 1347-5916 2016 [Refereed][Invited]
     
    We tested whether horses (Equus caballus) are sensitive to human attentional states and modify the modality of begging behaviors as a function of human attentional states in a naturalistic food-requesting situation. In Experiment 1, horses tended to produce more auditory or tactile begging behaviors when the human experimenter (E1)’s eyes were covered by her hand than when they were not covered. However, there was no difference in visual begging behaviors between conditions. In Experiment 2, horses produced significantly more auditory or tactile begging behaviors when E1’s eyes were closed than when they were open. In contrast, horses produced significantly more visual begging behaviors when E1’s eyes were open than when they were closed. These results suggest that horses understand the role of eyes as an indicator of human attentional states and show effective and flexible begging behaviors proactively as a function of human attentional states.
  • SAMEJIMA KAZUYUKI, SAMEJIMA KAZUYUKI, OKITA MIDORI, NISHIYAMA KEITA, TAKIMOTO AYAKA, KUMASHIRO MARI, MURAI CHIZUKO, SAWA KOSUKE
    人工知能 31 (1) 27 - 34 2188-2266 2016/01/01 [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • 瀧本彩加
    65 1 - 9 2015/05 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • HORI YUSUKE, HORI YUSUKE, FUJITA KAZUO, TAKIMOTO AYAKA, TAKIMOTO AYAKA, TSUBOYAMA KAORI, KUTSUKAKE NOBUYUKI, INOE(MURAYAMA) MIHO, INOE(MURAYAMA) MIHO
    DNA多型 22 (1) 42 - 44 2188-3815 2014/07/31 [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • Evan L. MacLean, Brian Hare, Charles L. Nunn, Elsa Addessi, Federica Amici, Rindy C. Anderson, Filippo Aureli, Joseph M. Baker, Amanda E. Bania, Allison M. Barnard, Neeltje J. Boogert, Elizabeth M. Brannon, Emily E. Bray, Joel Bray, Lauren J. N. Brent, Judith M. Burkart, Josep Call, Jessica F. Cantlon, Lucy G. Cheke, Nicola S. Clayton, Mikel M. Delgado, Louis J. DiVincenti, Kazuo Fujita, Esther Herrmann, Chihiro Hiramatsu, Lucia F. Jacobs, Kerry E. Jordan, Jennifer R. Laude, Kristin L. Leimgruber, Emily J. E. Messer, Antonio C. de A. Moura, Ljerka Ostojic, Alejandra Picard, Michael L. Platt, Joshua M. Plotnik, Friederike Range, Simon M. Reader, Rachna B. Reddy, Aaron A. Sandel, Laurie R. Santos, Katrin Schumann, Amanda M. Seed, Kendra B. Sewall, Rachael C. Shaw, Katie E. Slocombe, Yanjie Su, Ayaka Takimoto, Jingzhi Tan, Ruoting Tao, Carel P. van Schaik, Zsoia Viranyi, Elisabetta Visalberghi, Jordan C. Wade, Arii Watanabe, Jane Widness, Julie K. Young, Thomas R. Zentall, Yini Zhao
    PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 111 (20) E2140 - E2148 0027-8424 2014/05 [Refereed][Not invited]
     
    Cognition presents evolutionary research with one of its greatest challenges. Cognitive evolution has been explained at the proximate level by shifts in absolute and relative brain volume and at the ultimate level by differences in social and dietary complexity. However, no study has integrated the experimental and phylogenetic approach at the scale required to rigorously test these explanations. Instead, previous research has largely relied on various measures of brain size as proxies for cognitive abilities. We experimentally evaluated these major evolutionary explanations by quantitatively comparing the cognitive performance of 567 individuals representing 36 species on two problem-solving tasks measuring self-control. Phylogenetic analysis revealed that absolute brain volume best predicted performance across species and accounted for considerably more variance than brain volume controlling for body mass. This result corroborates recent advances in evolutionary neurobiology and illustrates the cognitive consequences of cortical reorganization through increases in brain volume. Within primates, dietary breadth but not social group size was a strong predictor of species differences in self-control. Our results implicate robust evolutionary relationships between dietary breadth, absolute brain volume, and self-control. These findings provide a significant first step toward quantifying the primate cognitive phenome and explaining the process of cognitive evolution.
  • James R. Anderson, Ayaka Takimoto, Hika Kuroshima, Kazuo Fujita
    COGNITION 127 (1) 140 - 146 0010-0277 2013/04 [Refereed][Not invited]
     
    Increasing interest is being shown in how children develop an understanding of reciprocity in social exchanges and fairness in resource distribution, including social exchanges between third parties. Although there are descriptions of reciprocity on a one-to-one basis in other species, whether nonhumans detect reciprocity and violations of reciprocity between third parties is unknown. Here we show that capuchin monkeys discriminate between humans who reciprocate in a social exchange with others and those who do not. Monkeys more readily accepted food from reciprocators than non-reciprocators or partial reciprocators. However, when exchange asymmetry was due to one partner starting out with fewer goods, the initially impoverished reciprocator was not discriminated against. These results indicate that the cognitive or emotional prerequisites for judging reciprocity in third-party social exchanges exist in at least one other primate species. (C) 2012 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
  • James R. Anderson, Hika Kuroshima, Ayaka Takimoto, Kazuo Fujita
    NATURE COMMUNICATIONS 4 1561  2041-1723 2013/03 [Refereed][Not invited]
     
    Humans routinely socially evaluate others not only following direct interactions with them but also based on others' interactions with third parties. In other species, 'eavesdropping' on third-party interactions is often used to gain information about foraging or mating opportunities, or others individuals' aggressiveness or fighting ability. However, image scoring for potential cooperativeness is less well studied. Here we ask whether a non-human primate species, tufted capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella), socially evaluates humans after witnessing third-party interactions involving a helpful intervention or failure to help. We find that the monkeys accept food less frequently from those who persistently reject another's requests for help. This negative social evaluation effect is robust across conditions, and tightly linked to explicit refusal to help. Evaluation of potential helpfulness based on third-party interactions may thus not be unique to humans.
  • Yusuke Hori, Takatoshi Ozaki, Yoshimitsu Yamada, Teruaki Tozaki, Heui-Soo Kim, Ayaka Takimoto, Maiko Endo, Noboru Manabe, Miho Inoue-Murayama, Kazuo Fujita
    Journal of Equine Science 24 (3) 31 - 36 1340-3516 2013 [Refereed][Not invited]
     
    Genetic polymorphisms in genes related to neurotransmitters or hormones affect personality or behavioral traits in many animal species including humans. In domestic animals, the allele frequency of such genes has been reported to be different among breeds and it may account for breed differences in behavior. In this study, we investigated breed differences in horses in the dopamine receptor D4 gene (DRD4), which has been reported to affect horse personality. We collected samples from seven horse breeds including those native to Japan and Korea, and compared the sequence of the DRD4 exon3 region among these breeds. We found that there were two types of polymorphisms (VNTR and SNPs) in the exon3 region, and some of them seemed to be breed-specific. In addition, we found that the allele frequency of G292A, reported to be associated with horse personality, differed greatly between native Japanese horses and Thoroughbred horses. The frequency of the A allele which is associated with low curiosity and high vigilance, was much lower in native Japanese horses (Hokkaido, 0.03 Taishu, 0.08) than in Thoroughbreds (0.62). This difference may account for breed differences in personality or behavioral traits. Further studies of the function of these polymorphisms and their effect on behavior are indicated. © Japanese Society of Equine Science.
  • Shinya Yamamoto, Ayaka Takimoto
    SOCIAL JUSTICE RESEARCH 25 (3) 233 - 255 0885-7466 2012/09 [Refereed][Not invited]
     
    In the past, prosociality has been considered a hallmark of humans; however, recently, accumulating data have empirically revealed that non-human animals also show prosocial behavior. In situations in which animals cannot predict return benefits, prosocial behavior is probably driven by other-regarding motivation. A sense of fairness and empathy continue to draw attention as the most plausible candidates for the psychological mechanisms underlying such prosocial behavior. In this article, we first introduce comparative studies on prosocial behavior in non-human primates and discuss similarities and differences between humans and non-human primates. Then, we discuss the role of a sense of fairness and empathy. In this paper, we hypothesize that empathy may promote prosocial behavior, whereas a sense of fairness may play a role as a stabilizer, but not as a promoter of prosocial behavior in non-human animals. We further hypothesize that prosocial behavior motivated by sympathetic concerns can survive only with a sense of fairness, the inhibitory system for unnecessarily excessive expression of prosocial behavior. Without a sense of fairness, empathic animals might be exploited by free-riders, which might lead to the extinction of cooperation. Therefore, the interplay of a sense of fairness and empathy are both important to maintaining prosocial behavior and cooperation. This hypothesis seems to be supported by comparative studies with non-human primates and also by neural studies with humans.
  • Ayaka Takimoto, Kazuo Fujita
    ANIMAL COGNITION 14 (5) 715 - 725 1435-9448 2011/09 [Refereed][Not invited]
     
    Our society is sustained by wide-ranging cooperation. If individuals are sensitive to others' gains and losses as well as the amount of labor, they can ensure future beneficial cooperative interaction. However, it is still an open question whether nonhuman primates are sensitive to others' labor. We asked this question in tufted capuchin monkeys in an experimental food-sharing situation by comparing conditions with labor by two participants equalized (Equal labor condition) or unequalized (Unequal labor condition). The operator monkey pulled the drawer of one of the two food containers placed between two monkeys, each containing a food for him/herself and another for the recipient monkey. The recipient received either high- or low-value food depending on the operator's choice, whereas the operator obtained the same food regardless of his/her choice. In Unequal labor condition, the operator first had to pull the handle of the board to which the containers were glued and then pull the drawer of one of the containers, while the recipient received food with no labor. In Equal labor condition, the recipient had to pull the handle of the board so that the operator could operate a container. Results showed that operators chose the high-value food container for recipients more often than when the recipient was absent only in Equal labor condition. This suggests that capuchin monkeys are sensitive to others' labor and actively give food to a partner who has helped them to complete a task.
  • Ayaka Takimoto, Hika Kuroshima, Kazuo Fujita
    ANIMAL COGNITION 13 (2) 249 - 261 1435-9448 2010/03 [Refereed][Not invited]
     
    The issue whether non-human primates have other-regarding preference and/or inequity aversion has been under debate. We investigated whether tufted capuchin monkeys are sensitive to others' reward in various experimental food sharing settings. Two monkeys faced each other. The operator monkey chose one of two food containers placed between the participants, each containing a food item for him/herself and another for the recipient. The recipient passively received either high- or low-value food depending on the operator's choice, whereas the operator obtained the same food regardless of his/her choice. The recipients were either the highest- or lowest-ranking member of the group, and the operators were middle-ranking. In Experiment 1, the operators chose the high-value food for the subordinate recipient more frequently than when there was no recipient, whereas they were indifferent in their choice for the dominant. This differentiated behavior could have been because the dominant recipient frequently ate the low-value food. In Experiment 2, we increased the difference in the value of the two food items so that both recipients would reject the low-value food. The results were the same as in Experiment 1. In Experiment 3, we placed an opaque screen in front of the recipient to examine effects of visual contact between the participants. The operators' food choice generally shifted toward providing the low-value food for the recipient. These results suggest that capuchins are clearly sensitive to others' reward and that they show other-regarding preference or a form of inequity aversion depending upon the recipients and the presence of visual contact.

Books etc

  • 瀧本彩加 (Contributorなぜヒトは伴侶動物の虜になるのか.)
    ミネルヴァ書房 2019/10 (ISBN: 9784623086597)
  • 生物の科学 遺伝 2019年5月号
    瀧本彩加 (Contributorヒトとの絆を紡ぐウマ―コミュニケーション能力に着目して―)
    エヌ・ティー・エス 2019/05
  • 鈴木 幸人, 阿部 嘉昭, 宮下 弥生, 松嶌 明男, 川口 暁弘, La Fay Michelle, 樽本 英樹, 瀧本 彩加, 近藤 智彦 (Contributor求め合うこころ―人間と伴侶動物が育んできた絆―)
    北海道大学出版会 2018/06 (ISBN: 9784832934023)
  • 瀧本彩加, 安西 祐一郎, 今井 むつみ, 入來 篤史, 梅田 聡, 片山 容一, 亀田 達也, 開 一夫, 山岸 俊男 (Contributor霊長類の利他行動―協力社会を生み出すこころの進化―)
    岩波書店 2014/06 (ISBN: 4000113747) 248 59-95
  • 瀧本彩加, 上田 恵介, 菊水 健史, 坂上 貴之, 岡ノ谷 一夫, 辻 和希 (Contributorウマ, フサオマキザル)
    東京化学同人 2013/11 (ISBN: 4807908375) 637 40, 464
  • 中川尚史, 伊藤 毅, 森本直記, 山田一憲, 井上英治, 寺川眞理, 松田一希, 郷 もえ, 佐藤宏樹, 山田 彩, 澤田晶子, 風張喜子, 岩田有史, 坂牧はるか, 服部裕子, 小倉匡俊, 酒井朋子, 齋藤慈子, 山本真也, 倉岡康治, 林 美里, 友永雅己, 足立幾磨, 早川卓志, 松下裕香, 東島沙弥佳, 西岡佑一郎, 西川真理, 川添達朗, 松本卓也, 張 鵬, 山梨裕美, 山極寿一, 不破紅樹, 瀧本彩加, 齋藤亜矢, 兼子峰明, 郷 康広, 高井正成, 浅葉慎介, 藤田志歩, 杉浦秀樹, 中村美知夫, 松平一成, 松井 淳, 鈴木南美, 小薮大輔, 日暮泰男, 中川尚史, 友永雅己, 山極寿一 (Joint work)
    京都通信社 2012/12 (ISBN: 490347352X) 240 194-195

Conference Activities & Talks

  • 瀧本(猪瀬)彩加, 井上真緒, 河合正人
    日本人間行動進化学会第13回大会  2020/12
  • 和田知里, 勝野吏子, 足立幾磨, 河合正人, 瀧本(猪瀬)彩加
    日本動物行動学会第39回大会  2020/11
  • Multiple Animal Pose Tracking for Social Behavior Analysis
    Murashige, S, Kubo, T, Nagasawa, M, Kikusui, T, Ueda, E, Takimoto-Inose, A, Ikeda, K
    Winter Workshop on Mechanism of Brain and Mind 2020
  • ウマは同年齢の同種他個体への視覚的選好を示すか?
    鎌谷美希, 瀧本彩加
    日本人間行動進化学会第12回大会
  • ヒト‐ウマ間での歩行同期の加速度計測による探索的検討
    上田江里子, 永澤美保, 久保孝富, 村重哲史, 池田和司, 瀧本-猪瀬彩加
    日本発達神経科学学会第8回学術集会
  • An exploratory study about gait synchronization between horses and humans by measuring acceleration
    Ueda, E, Nagasawa, M, Kubo, T, Murashige, S, Ikeda, K, Takimoto, A
    The 79th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society for Animal Psychology
  • Do domestic horses (Equus caballus) show a visual preference for the same-age conspecifics?
    Kamatani, M, Takimoto, A
    The 79th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society for Animal Psychology
  • Social buffering by conspecifics and humans in adult domestic horses.
    Takimoto-Inose A, Baba, C, Mitani, T, Kawai, M
    The 14th International Conference on Environmental Enrichment (ICEE2019)
  • 求め合うこころ―伴侶動物と育んできた絆―
    瀧本彩加
    酪農学園大学農学環境学群・循環農学類でのセミナー  2018/11
  • フサオマキザルにおける道徳性の萌芽:向社会行動・不公平忌避・社会的評価に着目して
    瀧本彩加
    第2回「社会性の起原-ホミニゼーションをめぐって」  2018/11
  • Do horses (Equus caballus) have social buffering effects to conspecifics?
    Baba, C, Kawai, M, Mitani, T, Takimoto, A
    The 78th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society for Animal Psychology
  • Do horses show some signs of emotional contagion from humans?
    Ueda, E, Takimoto, A
    The 78th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society for Animal Psychology
  • Does raising experience facilitate multisensory emotion perception of dogs in humans?
    Kawase, M, Tanaka, A, Takimoto, A
    The 78th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society for Animal Psychology
  • 申請書作成における重要ポイントと学振特別研究員の経験がキャリアに与える影響
    瀧本彩加
    学振DC・PD申請書の書き方セミナー  2018/04
  • 社会的絆を支えるヒトらしいこころとは?―比較認知科学からのアプローチ―  [Invited]
    瀧本彩加
    日本人間行動進化学会第10回大会
  • モラルの進化的起源―動物の利他行動と公平感・他者評価に着目して―
    瀧本彩加
    Morality mod Scienceセミナー  2017/12
  • 助け合いの進化~動物心理学の最前線~
    瀧本彩加
    ACADEMIC FANTASISTA2017出前講義  2017/11
  • 助け合いの進化~動物心理学の最前線~
    瀧本彩加
    ACADEMIC FANTASISTA2017出前講義  2017/10
  • ウマにおける情動表出・認知に関する実験研究
    瀧本彩加
    第12回比較行動学研究セミナー・第13回生物と行動セミナー  2017/09
  • ウマにおけるヒトの情動認知―視線追従課題を用いた実験的検討―
    馬場千尋, 河合正人, 瀧本彩加
    行動2017(日本動物心理学会・日本動物行動学会・応用動物行動学—会・日本家畜管理学会・日本行動神経内分泌研究会合同大会)
  • ウマにおけるクロスモーダルなヒトの情動認知
    中村航介, 瀧本彩加, 長谷川寿一
    行動2017(日本動物心理学会・日本動物行動学会・応用動物行動学会・日本家畜管理学会・日本行動神経内分泌研究会合同大会)
  • ウマにおけるヒトのあくびの伝染
    瀧本彩加, 佐藤礼奈
    行動2017(日本動物心理学会・日本動物行動学会・応用動物行動学会・日本家畜管理学会・日本行動神経内分泌研究会合同大会)
  • Horses catch human yawns.
    Takimoto A, Sato, A
    Behaviour2017 (a joint meeting of the 35th International Ethological Conference (IEC) and the 2017 Summer Meeting of the Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour (ASAB))
  • 求め合うこころ―伴侶動物と育んできた絆―
    瀧本彩加
    北海道大学文学部公開講座「恋する人間」  2017/06
  • 飼育下のウマにおけるヒトの情動認知
    瀧本彩加
    行動知能特別セミナー  2017/05
  • 霊長類と鳥類の向社会行動:自発性と協力的な子育て・不公平忌避に着目して
    瀧本彩加
    日本生態学会第64回大会
  • 不公平忌避の進化
    瀧本彩加
    社会動態セミナー&第2回川内茶会セミナー「不平等の起源をさぐる」  2016/12
  • 英語が本当に苦手な人(初級者)のためのプレゼンテーション準備術
    瀧本彩加
    日本動物心理学会第76回大会
  • 利他行動の進化に関する比較認知科学的研究~霊長類・ウマを対象として~
    瀧本彩加
    EZOゼミ―北の大地の生態学者・生物学者の交流―  2016/10
  • Do horses understand emotional value of human facial expressions?
    Nakamura K, Takimoto A, Hasegawa, T
    The 31st International Congress of Psychology (ICP)
  • Does a human smile serve as a positive reward in horses?
    Takimoto A
    The 31st International Congress of Psychology (ICP)
  • 向社会行動の進化の道筋~比較認知科学の視点から~
    瀧本彩加
    日本社会心理学会第56回大会
  • 勘定が感情的な意思決定に与える影響—独裁者ゲームと最後通牒ゲームにおける意思決定に対するコストの大きさの影響に着目して—
    瀧本彩加, 三船恒裕, 齋藤慈子, 長谷川寿一
    日本心理学会 第79回大会
  • Inequity aversion in horses (Equus Caballus)
    Takimoto A, Proops L, Saito, A, Hasegawa, T
    Behaviour 2015 (a joint meeting of the International Ethological Conference (IEC), Australasian Society for the Study of Animal Behaviour (ASSAB), Australasian Evolution Society (AES), and Australasia, New Zealand and Africa Region of Applied Ethology)
  • 怒るサル、拗ねるウマ、悩むワタシ。―動物心理学の挑戦 「第18回北大人文学カフェ」
    瀧本彩加
    紀伊國屋書店札幌本店 sapporo55ビル インナーガーデンでのセミナー  2015/07
  • 馬のこころ. 東大の馬に会おう!「三鷹愛馬の日」
    瀧本彩加
    特別養護老人ホームどんぐり山・東京大学運動会馬術部馬場でのセミナー  2015/07
  • 向社会行動の進化にかんする実験研究
    瀧本彩加
    東京女子大学現代教養学部人間科学科心理学専攻における研究会  2015/01
  • 馬のこころ. 東大の馬に会おう!「三鷹愛馬の日」
    瀧本彩加
    特別養護老人ホームどんぐり山・東京大学運動会馬術部馬場でのセミナー  2014/12
  • ウマの不公平に対する感受性にかんする実験的検討
    瀧本彩加, Proops Leanne, 長谷川壽一, 齋藤慈子
    日本人間行動進化学会第7回大会
  • 向社会行動の進化にかんする実験研究
    瀧本彩加
    北海道大学社会科学実験研究センターにおけるワークショップ  2014/10
  • ウマにおける不公平への感受性
    瀧本彩加, 長谷川壽一, 齋藤慈子
    日本心理学会 第78回大会
  • ヒト以外の霊長類における向社会行動を支える心理メカニズム―フサオマキザルの行動データに着目して―
    瀧本彩加
    第97回玉川大学脳科学研究所若手の会  2014/09
  • The relationship between reciprocal tendency in prosocial reward sharing and rejection tendency of unfair offer in tufted capuchin monkeys.
    Takimoto A, Fujita K
    The 25th Congress of International Primatological Society (IPS)
  • The psychological mechanism of prosocial behaviors in nonhuman primates with a focus on behavioral data of tufted capuchin monkeys.  [Invited]
    Takimoto, A
    The 74th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society for Animal Psychology
  • Inequity aversion in horses (Equus Caballus)
    Takimoto A, Proops L, Saito, A, Hasegawa, T
    The Leading Graduate Program of Primatology and Wildlife Science (PWS) Kick-off Symposium
  • 互恵的な個体は意図のある不公平な提案も拒否する―協力不可欠な報酬分配場面と簡易版最後通牒ゲームにおけるフサオマキザルの行動―
    瀧本彩加, 藤田和生
    日本人間行動進化学会第6回大会
  • 助け合いの進化―フサオマキザルの向社会行動にかんする実験研究―
    瀧本彩加
    第1回人類学遊覧セミナー  2013/10
  • 家畜化が動物の形態・神経内分泌系・行動・認知に与えた影響
    瀧本彩加
    日本動物心理学会第73回大会
  • Capuchin monkeys’ response to intentional unfair offers in a two-choice ultimatum game.
    Takimoto A, Fujita K
    The 33st International Ethological Conference (IEC)
  • Capuchin monkeys reject intentional unfair offers in a two-choice ultimatum game.
    Takimoto A, Fujita K
    IIAS research Conference 2012 ‘Evolutionary Origins of Mind’
  • ヒト以外の霊長類における向社会行動を支える心理メカニズム.
    瀧本彩加
    日本心理学会第76回大会
  • フサオマキザルにおける不公平感―簡易版最後通牒ゲームを用いた検討―
    瀧本彩加
    日本心理学会第76回大会
  • Nature of prosociality in tufted capuchin monkeys
    Takimoto A, Fujita K
    The 24th Congress of International Primatological Society (IPS)
  • フサオマキザルにおける第3者の互恵性やその違反の認識
    瀧本彩加, James R. Anderson, 黒島妃香, 藤田和生
    日本動物心理学会第72回大会
  • フサオマキザルの向社会性の表出にかかわる要因―報酬分配場面を用いた検討―
    瀧本彩加
    日本動物心理学会第72回大会
  • Do horses (Equus caballus) show a preference for a fair person?
    Takimoto A, Hori Y, Tadokoro K, Fujita K
    The 2nd International Equine Science Meeting
  • フサオマキザルにおける「他者への配慮」と「不公平感」―簡易版最後通牒ゲームを用いた検討―
    瀧本彩加, 藤田和生
    日本人間行動進化学会第4回大会
  • 協力は、フサオマキザルのコストを伴う向社会的な報酬分配を促進するか?
    瀧本彩加, 藤田和生
    関西心理学会第123回大会
  • モラルの起源―フサオマキザルにおける「他者への配慮」と第3者の社会的評価に関する研究―
    瀧本彩加
    国際高等研究所研究プロジェクト「心の起源」2011年度第2回研究会  2011/10
  • ウマにおけるヒトの情動の認識―物体選択課題を用いた検討―
    瀧本彩加, 堀裕亮, 藤田和生
    Animal2011 日本動物心理学会(第71回)・日本動物行動学会(第30回)・応用動物行動学会/ 日本家畜管理学会 (2011年度) 合同大会
  • 比較認知科学―動物たちのゆたかな心を知ることで、こころの進化を探る―
    瀧本彩加
    夏期進学セミナー  2011/08
  • フサオマキザルにおける協力場面でのコストを伴う向社会的な報酬分配
    瀧本彩加, 藤田和生
    日本人間行動進化学会第3回大会
  • フサオマキザルにおけるコストを伴う向社会的な報酬分配
    瀧本彩加, 藤田和生
    日本心理学会第74回大会
  • 公平感の進化的基盤に関する比較認知科学的検討
    瀧本彩加
    日本認知科学会第27回大会
  • Do capuchin monkeys behave prosocially to others at a small expense of their reward in an experimental food sharing situation?
    Takimoto A, Fujita K
    The 23rd Congress of International Primatological Society (IPS)
  • 子ども個体に対するフサオマキザルの報酬分配
    瀧本彩加, 藤田和生
    日本心理学会第75回大会
  • ウマにおけるヒトの注意状態の認識 ―食物要求場面を用いた検討―
    瀧本彩加, 堀裕亮, 藤田和生
    日本動物心理学会第70回大会
  • 比較認知科学―動物たちのゆたかな心を知ることで、こころの進化を探る―
    瀧本彩加
    夏期進学セミナー  2010/08
  • Horses (Equus caballus) are sensitive to human attentional states in the food request task
    Takimoto A, Hori Y, Fujita K
    The 12th Conference of International Association of Human-Animal Interaction Organization (IAHAIO)
  • Capuchin monkeys do not behave prosocially to group members at the expense of their own reward’s value in an experimental reward sharing situation.
    Takimoto A, Fujita K
    The 15th Biennial Scientific Meeting of the International Society for Comparative Psychology (ISCP)
  • Capuchin monkeys are sensitive to others’ labor: an analysis of experimentally induced reward-sharing behavior.
    Takimoto A, Fujita K
    HOPE-GM International Symposium “HOPE-GM LECTURES ON PRIMATE MIND and SOCIETY”
  • Sensitivity to others’ welfare in capuchin monkeys.
    Takimoto A, Fujita K
    International Workshop;for Young Researchers “Knowing self;knowing others”
  • フサオマキザルは、自身の報酬の価値を下げてまで、向社会的な報酬分配を行うか?
    瀧本彩加, 藤田和生
    人間行動進化学会第2回大会
  • フサオマキザルにおける他者の労力に応じた報酬分配―役割分担の有無とその経験が報酬分配に及ぼす影響―
    瀧本彩加, 藤田和生
    日本動物心理学会第69回大会
  • 比較認知科学―動物たちのゆたかな心を知ることで、こころの進化を探る―
    瀧本彩加
    夏期進学セミナー  2009/08
  • フサオマキザルにおける他者への「配慮」―報酬分配場面における実験的分析―
    瀧本彩加, 藤田和生
    日本心理学会第73回大会
  • Capuchin monkeys are sensitive to others’ labor: An analysis of experimentally induced reward-sharing behavior.
    Takimoto A, Fujita K
    The 31st International Ethological Conference (IEC)
  • Are horses (Equus caballus) sensitive to human attentional Horses understand the eye’s role in human attentional states?
    Takimoto A, Fujita K
    The 1st International Equine Science Meeting
  • ウマ(Equus caballus)におけるヒトの注意状態の認識
    瀧本彩加, 藤田和生
    日本心理学会 第72回大会
  • フサオマキザル(Cebus apella)における他者の報酬と労力への感受性に関する実験的分析―不公平感の進化的起源を探る―
    瀧本彩加, 黒島妃香, 藤田和生
    日本心理学会第72回大会
  • 視覚的交渉の遮断がフサオマキザルの他者への餌分配に与える影響
    瀧本彩加, 黒島妃香, 藤田和生
    日本動物心理学会第68回大会
  • 比較認知科学―動物たちのゆたかな心を知ることで、こころの進化を探る―
    瀧本彩加
    夏期進学セミナー  2008/08
  • Are tufted capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella) sensitive to unequal food share? An experimental analysis of food-choice for opponents.
    Takimoto A, Kuroshima H, Fujita K
    The 22nd Congress of International Primatological Society (IPS)
  • An experimental analysis of the basis of inequity aversion: Sensitivity to others’ reward in capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella)
    Takimoto A, Kuroshima H, Fujita K
    The 20th Annual Meeting of the Human Behavior and Evolution Society (HBES)
  • Do capuchin monkeys bribe dominants?
    Takimoto A, Kuroshima H, Fujita K
    The International Symposium on Comparative Cognitive Science 2008 Primate origins of human mind
  • 視覚的交渉の遮断がフサオマキザルの他者への餌分配に与える影響
    瀧本彩加, 黒島妃香, 藤田和生
    人間行動進化研究会第9回研究発表会―人間行動進化学会設立準備大会
  • フサオマキザルの餌分配に関する実験的分析―サルは他者との不公平な餌分配に敏感か?―
    瀧本彩加, 黒島妃香, 藤田和生
    日本動物心理学会第67回大会

MISC

Awards & Honors

  • 2014/12 日本人間行動進化学会 若手奨励賞(ポスター発表部門)
     
    受賞者: 瀧本彩加
  • 2014/03 The Leading Graduate Program of Primatology and Wildlife Science (PWS) Kick-off Symposium Best Poster Award
     
    受賞者: Ayaka Takimoto
  • 2011/11 日本人間行動進化学会 若手発表賞(ポスター発表部門)
     
    受賞者: 瀧本彩加
  • 2011/11 関西心理学会 研究奨励賞
     
    受賞者: 瀧本彩加
  • 2010/12 日本人間行動進化学会 若手発表賞(ポスター発表部門)
     
    受賞者: 瀧本彩加
  • 2010/03 HOPE-GM International Symposium "HOPE-GM LECTURES ON PRIMATE MIND and SOCIETY" Best Poster Award
     
    受賞者: Ayaka Takimoto

Research Grants & Projects

  • サル、ウマ、展示動物を対象とした「出会い」と「別れ」に関する行動研究
    日本学術振興会:科学研究費補助金(基盤C)
    Date (from‐to) : 2019/04 -2022/03 
    Author : 中道正之
  • 日本学術振興会:科学研究費補助金(若手研究)
    Date (from‐to) : 2018/04 -2022/03 
    Author : 瀧本彩加
  • 人=動物インタラクションにおける行動動態の分析と認知モデル化
    日本学術振興会:新学術領域研究(研究領域提案型)(計画研究)
    Date (from‐to) : 2014/06 -2019/06 
    Author : 鮫島和行
  • 日本学術振興会:科学研究費補助金(若手研究(B))
    Date (from‐to) : 2015/04 -2017/03 
    Author : 瀧本 彩加
  • モラルの進化―高次感情の柔軟性に着目して
    日本学術振興会:科学研究費補助金(特別研究員奨励費)
    Date (from‐to) : 2012/04 -2015/03 
    Author : 瀧本彩加
  • モラルの起源―霊長類における高次感情に関する実験的分析―
    日本学術振興会:科学研究費補助金(特別研究員奨励費)
    Date (from‐to) : 2009/04 -2012/03 
    Author : 瀧本彩加

Educational Activities

Teaching Experience

  • 博士論文指導特殊演習
    開講年度 : 2019
    課程区分 : 博士後期課程
    開講学部 : 文学研究科
  • 博士論文指導特殊演習Ⅰ
    開講年度 : 2019
    課程区分 : 博士後期課程
    開講学部 : 文学院
  • 修士論文
    開講年度 : 2019
    課程区分 : 修士課程
    開講学部 : 文学研究科
  • 修士論文・特定課題指導特殊演習
    開講年度 : 2019
    課程区分 : 修士課程
    開講学部 : 文学研究科
  • 卒業論文
    開講年度 : 2019
    課程区分 : 学士課程
    開講学部 : 文学部
  • 修士論文・特定課題指導特殊演習
    開講年度 : 2019
    課程区分 : 修士課程
    開講学部 : 文学院

Social Contribution

Social Contribution

Media Coverage

  • 特集「この“なぜ”はほっとけない!?」:ウマにおけるヒトの情動のクロスモーダルな認知の研究紹介
    Date : 2019/03
    Publisher, broadcasting station: NHK
    Program, newspaper magazine: 又吉直樹のヘウレーカ!
    Media report
  • ヤギにおけるヒトの笑顔選好の研究に対するコメント
    Date : 2018/10
    Publisher, broadcasting station: NHKBS1
    Program, newspaper magazine: 国際報道2018
    Media report
  • ノンフィクションファイル:英科学誌に発表された研究「馬は人の感情を読み取る」細江純子さんが北大准教授を直撃【第1回~第4回】
    Date : 2018/10
    Program, newspaper magazine: netkeiba
    Internet
  • ウマにおけるヒトの情動のクロスモーダルな認知の研究(Scientific Reportsに論文掲載)に関する取材対応
    Date : 2018/08
    Program, newspaper magazine: 朝日小学生新聞
    Paper
  • ウマにおけるヒトの情動のクロスモーダルな認知の研究(Scientific Reportsに論文掲載)に関する取材対応
    Date : 2018/06
    Program, newspaper magazine: 読売新聞
  • ウマにおけるヒトの情動のクロスモーダルな認知の研究(Scientific Reportsに論文掲載)に関する取材対応
    Date : 2018/06
    Program, newspaper magazine: 北海道新聞
    Paper
  • ウマにおけるヒトの情動のクロスモーダルな認知の研究(Scientific Reportsに論文掲載)に関する取材対応
    Date : 2018/06
    Publisher, broadcasting station: NHK
    Program, newspaper magazine: おはよう日本
    Media report
  • ウマにおけるヒトの表情記憶の研究に対するコメント
    Date : 2018/05
    Publisher, broadcasting station: NHKBS1
    Program, newspaper magazine: 国際報道2018
    Media report

Academic Contribution

  • 向社会性の進化と発達.(日本動物心理学会第72回大会 自由集会1)
    Date (from-to) :2018/05/11
    Role: Planning etc
    Type: Competition etc
    Organizer, responsible person: 瀧本彩加・山本真也・藤田和生
  • 身近な動物たちのコミュニケーション研究最前線. (日本動物心理学会第76回大会公開シンポジウム)
    Date (from-to) :2016/11/23
    Role: Planning etc
    Type: Competition etc
    Organizer, responsible person: 瀧本彩加・和田博美
  • 異種間で伝達される社会的シグナルの探求―種を超えて結ばれる絆の形成メカニズムの解明に向けて―.(日本心理学会第79回大会 公募シンポジウムSS-097)
    Date (from-to) :2015/09/24
    Role: Planning etc
    Type: Competition etc
    Organizer, responsible person: 澤 幸祐・瀧本彩加・鮫島和行
  • 向社会性を多角的な視点でとらえる―遺伝子・神経ホルモン・神経システム・行動に着目して―.(日本心理学会第78回大会 公募シンポジウムSS-050)
    Date (from-to) :2014/09/11
    Role: Planning etc
    Type: Competition etc
    Organizer, responsible person: 瀧本彩加・大西賢治・長谷川壽一
  • 動物の認知・行動における家畜化の影響―家畜動物の比較認知科学のあした―.(日本動物心理学会第73回大会 自由集会SS-02)
    Date (from-to) :2013/09/16
    Role: Planning etc
    Type: Competition etc
    Organizer, responsible person: 瀧本彩加・齋藤慈子
  • コンパニオンアニマルとヒトとの関係~基礎研究から実践まで~. (日本動物心理学会第70回大会 自由集会1)
    Date (from-to) :2010/08/27
    Role: Planning etc
    Type: Competition etc
    Organizer, responsible person: 瀧本彩加・藤田和生


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