結城 雅樹(ユウキ マサキ)
文学研究院 人間科学部門 行動科学分野



  • 文学研究院 人間科学部門 行動科学分野


  • 教授


  • 博士(社会心理学)(東京大学)
  • 修士(社会心理学)(東京大学)



J-Global ID


  • 社会生態心理学 (socio-ecological psychology) の観点から、社会の性質と人の心理との関係を解明する研究を進めています。現在の中心的なテーマの一つは「関係流動性」(relational mobility)です。対人関係や集団の選択の自由度が、そこに暮らす人々の心と行動にどのような影響を与えるかを検討しています。国際比較や地域間比較など、質的に異なる社会間の比較研究を行うことが多く、国内外の研究者たちとの共同研究を進めています。



  • 社会生態学   集団間行動   社会的アイデンティティ   適応   文化   集団認知   内集団ひいき   アメリカ合衆国   関係流動性   集団行動   自尊心   社会構造   比較文化心理学   自己概念   文化差   比較文化   幸福感   社会生態学的アプローチ   異文化比較   個人主義   精神的健康   集団主義   進化   信頼   実験   文化心理学   社会心理学   


  • 人文・社会 / 社会心理学


  • 2019年04月 - 現在 北海道大学 大学院文学研究院人間科学部門(改組) 教授
  • 2012年04月 - 現在 北海道大学社会科学実験研究センター 教授(2014年10月~2018年9月センター長)
  • 2012年04月 - 2019年03月 北海道大学大学院文学研究科 教授
  • 2007年04月 - 2012年03月 北海道大学社会科学実験研究センター 准教授
  • 2007年04月 - 2012年03月 北海道大学 大学院・文学研究科 准教授
  • 2000年04月 - 2004年03月 北海道大学大学院文学研究科 講師
  • 1998年04月 - 2000年03月 北海道大学文学部 講師
  • 1997年04月 - 1998年03月 日本学術振興会特別研究員 PD
  • 1996年04月 - 1997年03月 日本学術振興会特別研究員 DC


  •         - 1999年   東京大学   大学院人文社会系研究科   社会文化研究専攻
  •         - 1994年   東京大学   社会学研究科   社会心理学専攻
  •         - 1991年   一橋大学   社会学部   社会問題・政策課程


  • International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology   人間行動進化学会   日本グループダイナミックス学会   Asian Association of Social Psychology   Association for Psychological Science   Society for Personality and Social Psychology   日本心理学会   日本社会心理学会   北海道心理学会   Society for Experimental Social Psychology   



  • Peter B. Smith, Matthew J. Easterbrook, Yasin Koc, Vivian Miu-Chi Lun, Dona Papastylianou, Lusine Grigoryan, Claudio Torres, Maria Efremova, Bushra Hassan, Ammar Abbas, Abd Halim Ahmad, Ahmed al-Bayati, Heyla A. Selim, Joel Anderson, Susan E. Cross, Gisela Isabel Delfino, Vladimer Gamsakhurdia, Alin Gavreliuc, Dana Gavreliuc, Pelin Gul, Ceren Günsoy, Anna Hakobjanyan, Siugmin Lay, Olga Lopukhova, Ping Hu, Diane Sunar, Maria Luisa Mendes Texeira, Doriana Tripodi, Paola Eunice Diaz Rivera, Yvette van Osch, Masaki Yuki, Natsuki Ogusu, Catherine T. Kwantes, Rolando Diaz-Loving, Lorena Pérez-Floriano, Trawin Chaleeraktrakoon, Phatthanakit Chobthamkit
    Cross-Cultural Research 106939712097957 - 106939712097957 2020年12月14日 [査読有り]
    This study compares the individual-level and sample-level predictive utility of a measure of the cultural logics of dignity, honor, and face. University students in 29 samples from 24 nations used a simple measure to rate their perceptions of the interpersonal cultural logic characterizing their local culture. The nomological net of these measures was then explored. Key dependent measures included three different facets of independent versus interdependent self-construal, relevant attitudes and values, reported handling of actual interpersonal conflicts, and responses to normative settings. Multilevel analyses revealed both individual- and sample-level effects but the dignity measure showed more individual-level effects, whereas sample-level effects were relatively more important with the face measure. The implications of this contrast are discussed.
  • Taciano L. Milfont, Robert Thomson, Masaki Yuki
    PLOS ONE 15 7 e0235172 - e0235172 2020年07月02日 [査読有り][通常論文]
  • Masaki Yuki, Joanna Schug
    Current Opinion in Psychology 32 129 - 132 2020年04月01日 [査読有り][招待有り]
    © 2019 Elsevier Ltd Relational mobility is a socio-ecological variable that represents how much freedom and opportunity a society affords individuals to select and replace interpersonal relationships based on their personal preferences. As a socio-ecological dimension of variation in human societies, relational mobility can vary between countries, regions, and different points in history. In this article, we review evidence on how societal differences in relational mobility may lead to differences in behavioral and psychological tendencies of people who reside there. We particularly focus on two sets of consequences of relational mobility found by new studies: interpersonal strategies, such as passionate love and commitment behavior, as well as cultural thinking styles, such as attribution and attention.
  • 山本翔子, 結城雅樹
    社会心理学研究 35 2 61 - 71 2019年 [査読有り][通常論文]
    The Trolley Problem is a well-known moral dilemma that deals with the morality of saving many people’s lives at the expense of a smaller number of others. A recent cross-cultural study found that, while the morality rating attributed to the action did not differ, there was a cultural difference in participants’ intention to act in a given way. From a socioecological perspective, we propose that this could be due to cross-societal differences in the expected reputation that others would assign to the actor for performing the action, which in turn stems from different levels of relational mobility in the respective social ecology. Supporting our theory, a vignette study with US and Japanese participants showed that 1) while there was no cultural difference in morality ratings, among those who judged the action to be morally correct, the Japanese participants showed less action intention than the American participants; 2) the Japanese participants expected a less positive reputation for their action from others than did the American participants; and 3) the weaker action intention among the Japanese participants was associated with the smaller relational mobility and weaker positive reputation expected for action.
  • Robert Thomson, Masaki Yuki, Thomas Talhelm, Joanna Schug, Mie Kito, Arin H. Ayanian, Julia C. Becker, Maja Becker, Chi-yue Chiu, Hoon-Seok Choi, Carolina M. Ferreira, Marta F, löp, Pelin Gul, Ana Maria Houghton-Illera, Mihkel Joasoo, Jonathan Jong, Christopher M. Kavanagh, Dmytro Khutkyy, Claudia Manzi, Urszula M. Marcinkowska, Taciano L. Milfont, F{\'{e } }lix Neto, Timo von Oertzen, Ruthie Pliskin, Alvaro San Martin, Purnima Singh, Mariko L. Visserman
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 29 7521  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 2018年07月 [査読有り][通常論文]
  • Maja Becker, Vivian L. Vignoles, Ellinor Owe, Matthew J. Easterbrook, Rupert Brown, Peter B. Smith, Sami Abuhamdeh, Boris Cendales Ayala, Ragna B. Garðarsdóttir, Ana Torres, Leoncio Camino, Michael Harris Bond, George Nizharadze, Benjamin Amponsah, Inge Schweiger Gallo, Paula Prieto Gil, Raquel Lorente Clemares, Gabriella Campara, Agustín Espinosa, Masaki Yuki, Xiao Zhang, Jianxin Zhang, Martina Zinkeng, Juan A. Villamar, Ersin Kusdil, Selinay Çağlar, Camillo Regalia, Claudia Manzi, Maria Brambilla, David Bourguignon, Bettina Möller, Márta Fülöp, Ma. Elizabeth J. Macapagal, Tom Pyszczynski, Phatthanakit Chobthamkit, Nicolay Gausel, Pelin Kesebir, Ginette Herman, Marie Courtois, Charles Harb, Baland Jalal, Alexander Tatarko, Said Aldhafri, Robert Kreuzbauer, Silvia H. Koller, Kassahun Habtamu Mekonnen, Ronald Fischer, Taciano L. Milfont, Sabrina E. Des Rosiers, Jas Laile Jaafar, Mariana Martin, Peter Baguma, Shaobo Lv, Seth J. Schwartz, Alin Gavreliuc, Immo Fritsche, Roberto González, Nicolas Didier, Diego Carrasco, Siugmin Lay
    Self and Identity 17 3 276 - 293 2018年05月04日 [査読有り][通常論文]
    Self-continuity–the sense that one’s past, present, and future are meaningfully connected–is considered a defining feature of personal identity. However, bases of self-continuity may depend on cultural beliefs about personhood. In multilevel analyses of data from 7287 adults from 55 cultural groups in 33 nations, we tested a new tripartite theoretical model of bases of self-continuity. As expected, perceptions of stability, sense of narrative, and associative links to one’s past each contributed to predicting the extent to which people derived a sense of self-continuity from different aspects of their identities. Ways of constructing self-continuity were moderated by cultural and individual differences in mutable (vs. immutable) personhood beliefs–the belief that human attributes are malleable. Individuals with lower mutability beliefs based self-continuity more on stability members of cultures where mutability beliefs were higher based self-continuity more on narrative. Bases of self-continuity were also moderated by cultural variation in contextualized (vs. decontextualized) personhood beliefs, indicating a link to cultural individualism-collectivism. Our results illustrate the cultural flexibility of the motive for self-continuity.
  • David B. Newman, Joanna Schug, Masaki Yuki, Junko Yamada, John B. Nezlek
    Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 114 5 804 - 824 2018年05月01日 [査読有り][通常論文]
    Previous studies have shown that the maximizing orientation, reflecting a motivation to select the best option among a given set of choices, is associated with various negative psychological outcomes. In the present studies, we examined whether these relationships extend to friendship selection and how the number of options for friends moderated these effects. Across 5 studies, maximizing in selecting friends was negatively related to life satisfaction, positive affect, and self-esteem, and was positively related to negative affect and regret. In Study 1, a maximizing in selecting friends scale was created, and regret mediated the relationships between maximizing and well-being. In a naturalistic setting in Studies 2a and 2b, the tendency to maximize among those who participated in the fraternity and sorority recruitment process was negatively related to satisfaction with their selection, and positively related to regret and negative affect. In Study 3, daily levels of maximizing were negatively related to daily well-being, and these relationships were mediated by daily regret. In Study 4, we extended the findings to samples from the U.S. and Japan. When participants who tended to maximize were faced with many choices, operationalized as the daily number of friends met (Study 3) and relational mobility (Study 4), the opportunities to regret a decision increased and further diminished well-being. These findings imply that, paradoxically, attempts to maximize when selecting potential friends is detrimental to one's well-being.
  • Junko Yamada, Mie Kito, Masaki Yuki
    Evolutionary Psychology 15 4 1474704917746056  2017年12月 [査読有り][通常論文]
    PMID: 29237298
  • Kavanagh, C, Yuki, M
    Online Readings in Psychology and Culture 5 4 2017年06月 [査読有り][招待有り]
    Contrary to traditional views of North Americans as strongly individualistic, accumulating evidence indicates that they are actually also highly collectivistic, or group-oriented, when compared to people in other parts of the world. Review of previous findings suggest an alternative view; cultural differences in group-behavior and psychology does not reside in the levels of collectivism, or the strength and amount of identity and loyalty to the group, but rather in the type of psychological processes that bring about those phenomena: specifically, an orientation towards intergroup differentiation and comparisons in North American cultures versus an orientation towards intragroup relationships in East Asian cultures. In addition, we offer a possible account for why such a difference could exist based on a socio-ecological perspective, focusing specifically on the role of relational mobility.
  • Mie Kito, Masaki Yuki, Robert Thomson
    Personal Relationships 24 1 114 - 130 2017年03月 [査読有り][通常論文]
    This article reviews how behaviors and psychological tendencies in close relationships differ between cultures, and proposes a socioecological framework to understand those differences. Our review of the literature finds that paradoxically, people in individualistic cultures are more actively engaged in close relationships (e.g., higher levels of social support, self-disclosure, intimacy, and love) than those in collectivistic cultures. From an adaptationist perspective, we argue that one reason for these differences is higher levels of relational mobility in individualistic cultures. In societies with high relational mobility, where relationships are relatively more fragile, more active engagement in close relationships helps individuals to impress potential, and retain current, partners. We emphasize the importance of examining socioecologies to better understand close relationships.
  • Peter B. Smith, Vivian L. Vignoles, Maja Becker, Ellinor Owe, Matthew J. Easterbrook, Rupert Brown, David Bourguignon, Ragna B. Gardarsdottir, Robert Kreuzbauer, Boris Cendales Ayala, Masaki Yuki, Jianxin Zhang, Shaobo Lv, Phatthanakit Chobthamkit, Jas Laile Jaafar, Ronald Fischer, Taciano L. Milfont, Alin Gavreliuc, Peter Baguma, Michael Harris Bond, Mariana Martin, Nicolay Gausel, Seth J. Schwartz, Sabrina E. Des Rosiers, Alexander Tatarko, Roberto Gonzalez, Nicolas Didier, Diego Carrasco, Siugmin Lay, George Nizharadze, Ana Torres, Leoncio Camino, Sami Abuhamdeh, Ma Elizabeth J. Macapagal, Silvia H. Koller, Ginette Herman, Marie Courtois, Immo Fritsche, Agustin Espinosa, Juan A. Villamar, Camillo Regalia, Claudia Manzi, Maria Brambilla, Martina Zinkeng, Baland Jalal, Ersin Kusdil, Benjamin Amponsah, Selinay Caglar, Kassahun Habtamu Mekonnen, Bettina Moeller, Xiao Zhang, Inge Schweiger Gallo, Paula Prieto Gil, Raquel Lorente Clemares, Gabriella Campara, Said Aldhafri, Marta Fulop, Tom Pyszczynski, Pelin Kesebir, Charles Harb
    International Journal of Psychology 51 6 453 - 463 2016年12月 [査読有り][通常論文]
    Variations in acquiescence and extremity pose substantial threats to the validity of cross-cultural research that relies on survey methods. Individual and cultural correlates of response styles when using 2 contrasting types of response mode were investigated, drawing on data from 55 cultural groups across 33 nations. Using 7 dimensions of self-other relatedness that have often been confounded within the broader distinction between independence and interdependence, our analysis yields more specific understandings of both individual- and culture-level variations in response style. When using a Likert-scale response format, acquiescence is strongest among individuals seeing themselves as similar to others, and where cultural models of selfhood favour harmony, similarity with others and receptiveness to influence. However, when using Schwartz's (2007) portrait-comparison response procedure, acquiescence is strongest among individuals seeing themselves as self-reliant but also connected to others, and where cultural models of selfhood favour self-reliance and self-consistency. Extreme responding varies less between the two types of response modes, and is most prevalent among individuals seeing themselves as self-reliant, and in cultures favouring self-reliance. As both types of response mode elicit distinctive styles of response, it remains important to estimate and control for style effects to ensure valid comparisons.
  • Vignoles, V. L, Owe, E, Becker, M, Smith, P. B, Easterbrook, M, Brown., R, González, R, Didier, N, Carrasco, D, Cadena, M. P, Lay, S, Schwartz, S. J, Des Rosiers, S. E, Villamar, J. A, Gavreliuc, A, Zinkeng, M, Kreuzbauer, R, Baguma, P, Martin, M, Tatarko, A, Herman, G, de Sauvage, I, Courtois, M, Garðarsdóttir, R. B, Harb, C, Schweiger Gallo, I, Prieto Gil, P, Lorente Clemares, R, Campara, G, Nizharadze, G, Macapagal, M. E. J, Jalal, B, Bourguignon, D, Zhang, J, Lv, S, Chybicka, A, Yuki, M, Zhang, X, Espinosa, A, Valk, A, Abuhamdeh, S, Amponsah, B, Özgen, E, Güner, E. Ü, Yamakoğlu, N, Chobthamkit, P, Pyszczynski, T, Kesebir, P, Vargas Trujillo, E, Balanta, P, Cendales Ayala, B, Koller, S. H, Jaafar, J. L, Gausel, N, Fischer, R, Milfont, T. L, Kusdil, E, Çağlar, S, Aldhafri, S, Ferreira, M. C, Mekonnen, K. H, Wang, Q, Fülöp, M, Torres, A, Camino, L, Lemos, F. C. S, Fritsche, I, Möller, B, Regalia, C, Manzi, C, Brambilla, M, Bond, M. H
    Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 145 8 966 - 1000 2016年08月 [査読有り][通常論文]
    Markus and Kitayama's (1991) theory of independent and interdependent self-construals had a major influence on social, personality, and developmental psychology by highlighting the role of culture in psychological processes. However, research has relied excessively on contrasts between North American and East Asian samples, and commonly used self-report measures of independence and interdependence frequently fail to show predicted cultural differences. We revisited the conceptualization and measurement of independent and interdependent self-construals in 2 large-scale multinational surveys, using improved methods for cross-cultural research. We developed (Study 1: N = 2924 students in 16 nations) and validated across cultures (Study 2: N = 7279 adults from 55 cultural groups in 33 nations) a new 7-dimensional model of self-reported ways of being independent or interdependent. Patterns of global variation support some of Markus and Kitayama's predictions, but a simple contrast between independence and interdependence does not adequately capture the diverse models of selfhood that prevail in different world regions. Cultural groups emphasize different ways of being both independent and interdependent, depending on individualism-collectivism, national socioeconomic development, and religious heritage. Our 7-dimensional model will allow future researchers to test more accurately the implications of cultural models of selfhood for psychological processes in diverse ecocultural contexts.
  • Robert Thomson, Masaki Yuki, Naoya Ito
    Computers in Human Behavior 51 285 - 292 2015年10月 [査読有り][通常論文]
    Despite ongoing interest in cross-cultural differences in Internet privacy concern (concern over unauthorized third-party access to self-disclosures on the Internet), predictors of between-country variance in online privacy concern are yet unclear. This paper proposes a novel theoretical account from a socio-ecological perspective, focusing on the effect of societal levels of relational mobility (the degree to which individuals in a society have the freedom and opportunity to form and terminate interpersonal relationships) and general trust on online privacy concern. In low relational mobility Japan, where general trust in strangers is generally less adaptive, we hypothesized online privacy concern to be high. In contrast, in high relational mobility United States, general trust is also high, leading us to predict lower concern over privacy. We tested this hypothesis via a survey of SNS users in Japan (N = 90) and the US (N = 256). Results showed privacy concern on SNS was indeed higher in japan than the US, and this difference was significantly mediated by relational mobility and general trust, in serial. We argue our findings underpin the importance of taking into account offline socio-ecological factors when approaching cross-cultural differences in privacy concern online. (C) 2015 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
  • 山田順子, 鬼頭美江, 結城雅樹
    実験社会心理学研究 55 1 18 - 27 2015年 [査読有り][通常論文]
  • Robert Thomson, Masaki Yuki
    In-Mind Magazine 6 26 2015年 [査読有り][招待有り]
  • Kosuke Sato, Masaki Yuki, Vinai Norasakkunkit
    Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 45 10 1549 - 1560 2014年11月 [査読有り][通常論文]
    The authors propose that cross-cultural differences in sensitivity to social rejection, or the extent to which one is alert to potential rejection from significant others, can be understood as an adaptation to different social ecological contexts varying in the degrees of relational mobility. In societies low in relational mobility, such as East Asia, relationships and group memberships are stable and exclusive, and thus it is difficult for individuals to recover once rejected from current relationships or groups. In these contexts, one would expect people to be continuously paying attention to negative feedback from others to avoid potential rejection. In contrast, this type of anxiety will be less pronounced in societies high in relational mobility, such as North America, because there are a greater number of relationship alternatives available, even if individuals were to be excluded from a particular relationship. Results from two cross-national studies showed that, as expected, individuals' perceptions of relational mobility partially mediated rejection sensitivity (Study 1) and Taijin Kyofusho, an allocentric subtype of social anxiety (Study 2).
  • Kosuke Sato, Masaki Yuki
    Frontiers in Psychology 5 1113  2014年10月 [査読有り][招待有り]
    Does a change in the nature of surrounding social context affect the strength of association between self-esteem and happiness? This paper aims to answer this question from a socio-ecological perspective, focusing on the role of relational mobility. Recent research has shown that this association is stronger in societies that are higher in relational mobility, where there is a greater freedom of choice in interpersonal relationships and group memberships. In this study, we tested if this hypothesis could be applied to situational differences within the same physical setting. Using a quasi-experimental design, we tested if the association between self-esteem and happiness was stronger for first-year students at a Japanese university who had just entered the college and thus were in a relatively higher mobility context, than the second-year students at the same university whose relationships tended to be more stable and long-standing. The results showed, as predicted, that the association between self-esteem and happiness was stronger for the first-year students than for the second-year students. Implications for the theory and research on social change are discussed.
  • Masaki Yuki, Kosuke Sato, Kosuke Takemura, Shigehiro Oishi
    Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 49 4 741 - 746 2013年07月 [査読有り][通常論文]
    Previous research has found cross-cultural differences in the strength of the association between self-esteem and happiness. We propose that this difference can be explained by relational mobility, or the degree to which options exist in the given socio-ecological context for relationship formation and dissolution. In Study 1, we found that the association between self-esteem and happiness was stronger among American participants than among Japanese participants. As predicted, this cultural difference was explained by the difference in relational mobility. In Study 2, we found that the association between self-esteem and happiness was stronger among Japanese living in relationally mobile regions than among Japanese living in less mobile regions. In Study 3, we manipulated relational mobility and demonstrated that the thought of living in a relationally mobile society caused individuals to base their life satisfaction judgments on self-esteem. Overall, our research demonstrates the utility of examining cultural differences from a socio-ecological perspective. (C) 2013 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
  • Ellinor Owe, Vivian L. Vignoles, Maja Becker, Rupert Brown, Peter B. Smith, Spike W.S. Lee, Matt Easterbrook, Tanuja Gadre, Xiao Zhang, Mirona Gheorghiu, Peter Baguma, Alexander Tatarko, Said Aldhafri, Martina Zinkeng, Seth J. Schwartz, Sabrina E. Des Rosiers, Juan A. Villamar, Kassahun Habtamu Mekonnen, Camillo Regalia, Claudia Manzi, Maria Brambilla, Ersin Kusdil, Selinay Çaǧlar, Alin Gavreliuc, Mariana Martin, Zhang Jianxin, Shaobo Lv, Ronald Fischer, Taciano L. Milfont, Ana Torres, Leoncio Camino, Robert Kreuzbauer, Nicolay Gausel, Johanna H. Buitendach, Flávia Cristina Silveira Lemos, Immo Fritsche, Bettina Möller, Charles Harb, Aune Valk, Agustín Espinosa, Jas Laile Jaafar, Masaki Yuki, M. Cristina Ferreira, Phatthanakit Chobthamkit, Márta Fülöp, Aneta Chybicka, Qian Wang, Michael Harris Bond, Roberto González, Nicolas Didier, Diego Carrasco, Maria Paz Cadena, Siugmin Lay, Ragna B. Gardarsdóttir, George Nizharadze, Tom Pyszczynski, Pelin Kesebir, Ginette Herman, Isabelle de Sauvage, Marie Courtois, David Bourguignon, Emre Özgen, Ülku E. Güner, Nil Yamakoǧlu, Sami Abuhamdeh, Andrew Mogaji, Ma. Elizabeth J. Macapagal, Silvia H. Koller, Benjamin Amponsah, Girishwar Misra, Preeti Kapur, Elvia Vargas Trujillo, Paola Balanta, Boris Cendales Ayala, Inge Schweiger Gallo, Paula Prieto Gil, Raquel Lorente Clemares, Gabriella Campara, Baland Jalal
    Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 44 1 24 - 45 2013年01月 [査読有り][通常論文]
    Beliefs about personhood are understood to be a defining feature of individualism-collectivism (I-C), but they have been insufficiently explored, given the emphasis of research on values and self-construals. We propose the construct of contextualism, referring to beliefs about the importance of context in understanding people, as a facet of cultural collectivism. A brief measure was developed and refined across 19 nations (Study 1: N = 5,241), showing good psychometric properties for cross-cultural use and correlating well at the nation level with other supposed facets and indicators of I-C. In Study 2 (N = 8,652), nation-level contextualism predicted ingroup favoritism, corruption, and differential trust of ingroup and outgroup members, while controlling for other facets of I-C, across 35 nations. We conclude that contextualism is an important part of cultural collectivism. This highlights the importance of beliefs alongside values and self-representations and contributes to a wider understanding of cultural processes. © The Author(s) 2013.
  • 結城 雅樹
    対人社会心理学研究 0 12 17 - 19 大阪大学大学院人間科学研究科対人社会心理学研究室 2012年03月 [査読無し][通常論文]
  • 佐藤 剛介, 結城 雅樹, 竹村 幸祐
    北海道心理学研究 0 34 21 - 33 北海道心理学会 2011年 [査読無し][通常論文]
  • Kosuke Takemura, Masaki Yuki, Yohsuke Ohtsubo
    ASIAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 13 4 303 - 307 2010年12月 [査読有り][通常論文]
    A recent review of empirical evidence disconfirmed the widely-held view that North Americans are less collectivistic than East Asians. However, previous research has proposed that the motivations underlying group behaviours differ across cultures: North Americans are more strongly motivated to acquire and maintain higher in-group status relative to outgroups, whereas East Asians tend to emphasize maintenance of reciprocal relationships within in-groups. We tested this hypothesis by examining the pattern of attentional allocation in group situations using a memory task. As predicted, compared to Japanese, memory performance among Americans was biased towards intergroup status difference over intragroup relationship information.
  • Joanna Schug, Masaki Yuki, William Maddux
    PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE 21 10 1471 - 1478 2010年10月 [査読有り][通常論文]
    In the current research, we tested a novel explanation for previously demonstrated findings that East Asians disclose less personal information to other people than do Westerners. We propose that both between-and within-culture differences in self-disclosure to close friends may be explained by the construct of relational mobility, the general degree to which individuals in a society have opportunities to form new relationships and terminate old ones. In Study 1, we found that cross-cultural differences (Japan vs. United States) in self-disclosure to a close friend were mediated by individuals' perceptions of relational mobility. In Study 2, two separate measures of relational mobility predicted self-disclosure within a single culture (Japan), and this relationship was mediated by the motivation to engage in self-disclosure to strengthen personal relationships. We conclude that societies and social contexts higher in relational mobility (in which relationships can be formed and dissolved relatively easily) produce stronger incentives for self-disclosure as a social-commitment device.
  • Joanna Schug, Masaki Yuki, Hiroki Horikawa, Kosuke Takemura
    ASIAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 12 2 95 - 103 2009年06月 [査読有り][通常論文]
    Several studies have demonstrated that similarity between friendship partners is higher in the West than in East Asian countries. We hypothesized that these differences could be explained by relational mobility, or the number of opportunities to form new relationships in a given society. Through two studies, we confirmed that whereas the preference for similarity did not differ, similarity between friendship partners was higher in the USA than in Japan. Furthermore, a measure of relational mobility mediated the cultural difference in similarity, supporting our hypothesis. The effectiveness of considering socio-ecological factors when interpreting cultural differences in behaviour is discussed.
  • Carl F. Falk, Steven J. Heine, Masaki Yuki, Kosuke Takemura
    EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY 23 3 183 - 203 2009年05月 [査読有り][通常論文]
    Much research finds that Westerners self-enhance more than East Asians, with the exception of studies using the implicit associations test for self-esteem (IATSE). We contrasted Japanese and Canadians on a new measure of self-enhancement under low- and high-attentional load to assess whether cultural differences vary across controlled and automatic processes. Participants also completed measures of relational mobility and the IATSE. Results indicated that Japanese and Asian-Canadians were more self-critical than Euro-Canadians, both under high- and low-attentional load. This cultural difference was partially mediated by relational mobility. The IATSE showed no cultural differences, but this measure did not positively correlate with an), of the other measures in the study, suggesting that it is not a valid measure of 'true' self-feelings. Copyright (C) 2009 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
  • 外集団脅威と集団内相互依存性-内集団ひいきの生起過程の多重性
    心理学研究 80 246 - 251 2009年 [査読有り][通常論文]
  • Masaki Yuki, Kunihiro Yokota
    JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 45 1 271 - 274 2009年01月 [査読有り][通常論文]
    Previous evidence suggests that, compared with females, male psychology and behavior is more strongly oriented toward intergroup conflict and competition. This study tested whether male coalitional psychology is so deeply ingrained that it could be activated even by subtle cues in the environment suggesting intergroup conflict. We used a priming method to test if being unwittingly exposed to an offensive message from an outgroup member in one type of intergroup context (i.e., inter-cultural) would enhance male's and female's intergroup discrimination in reward allocation in a completely irrelevant intergroup context (i.e., artificial laboratory group). The results showed that, as predicted, the outgroup threat priming enhanced discrimination in men but not women. (c) 2008 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
  • Tasuku Igarashi, Yoshihisa Kashima, Emiko S. Kashima, Tomas Farsides, Uichol Kim, Fritz Strack, Lioba Werth, Masaki Yuki
    ASIAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 11 1 88 - 101 2008年03月 [査読有り][通常論文]
    Although the role of trust in group processes has been well established, less is known about the role of trust in social network processes. Trust, conceptualized to have generalized and particularistic aspects, was measured by generalized trust (people can be trusted in general) and relationism (people can be trusted if one has relationships), and their relations with social network characteristics of network homogeneity (extent to which one has a number of friends with similar attitudes) and network closure (extent to which one's social network is closed) were examined in three Western (Australia, Germany, and the United Kingdom) and two East Asian countries (Japan and Korea). Although generalized trust was shown to be positively related to network closure across the five countries, generalized trust and relationism had different relations with network homogeneity in different cultures. The results were interpreted in terms of social institutional and cultural differences.
  • Masaki Yuki, William W. Maddux, Takahiko Masuda
    JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 43 2 303 - 311 2007年03月 [査読有り][通常論文]
    The current research investigated the hypothesis that, depending on an individual's cultural background, facial cues in different parts of the face are weighted differently when interpreting emotions. Given that the eyes are more difficult to control than the mouth when people express emotions, we predicted that individuals in cultures where emotional subduction is the norm (such as Japan) would focus more strongly on the eyes than the mouth when interpreting others' emotions. By contrast, we predicted that people in cultures where overt emotional expression is the norm (such as the US) would tend to interpret emotions based on the position of the mouth, because it is the most expressive part of the face. This hypothesis was confirmed in two studies, one using illustrated faces, and one using edited facial expressions from real people, in which emotional expressions in the eyes and mouth were independently manipulated. Implications for our understanding of cross-cultural psychology, as well of the psychology of emotional interpretation, are discussed. (c) 2006 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
  • Kosuke Takemura, Masaki Yuki
    INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY 42 1 27 - 35 2007年02月 [査読有り][通常論文]
    The interindividual-intergroup discontinuity effect is the tendency for relationships between groups to be more competitive than the relationships between individuals. It has been observed robustly in studies conducted in the United States, which is a society characterized as "individualistic." In this study, it was explored whether the effect was replicable in a "collectivistic" society such as Japan. From the traditional view in cross-cultural psychology, which emphasizes the collectivistic nature of East Asian peoples, it was expected that the discontinuity effect would be greater in Japan than in the United States. On the other hand, based on recent empirical findings suggesting that North Americans are no less group-oriented than East Asians, it was expected that the discontinuity effect would be no greater in Japan than in the United States. One hundred and sixty Japanese university students played a 10-trial repeated prisoner's dilemma game: 26 sessions of interindividual and 18 sessions of intergroup. Following exactly the procedure of prior experiments in the US, individuals and groups were allowed face-to-face communication with their opponents before making their decisions, and participants in the intergroup condition were further allowed to converse freely with their in-group members. Results replicated previous findings in the United States; groups made more competitive choices than did individuals. In addition, neither the magnitude of the discontinuity effect, nor the frequency of competitive choices made by the groups, were larger in Japan than they were in the majority of prior studies conducted in the United States. These findings suggest cross-cultural robustness of the interindividual-intergroup discontinuity effect. Also, interestingly, they contradict the simple distinction between individualism and collectivism. Implications for studies of culture and group processes are discussed.
  • WW Maddux, M Yuki
    PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY BULLETIN 32 5 669 - 683 2006年05月 [査読有り][通常論文]
    Previous research has demonstrated, that people from East Asian cultural backgrounds make broader, more complex causal attributions than do people from Western cultural backgrounds. In the current research, the authors hypothesized that East Asians also would be aware of a broader, more complex distribution of consequences of events. four studies assessed cultural differences in perceptions of the consequences of (a) a shot in a game of pool, (b) an area being converted into a national park, (c) a chief-executive officer firing employees, and (d) a car accident. A Cross all four studies, compared to participants from Western cultural backgrounds, participants from East Asian cultural backgrounds were more aware of the indirect, distal consequences of events. This pattern occurred on a variety of measures, including spontaneously generated consequences, estimations Of an event's impact on subsequent events, perceived responsibility, and predicted affective reactions. Implications for our understanding of cross-cultural psychology and social perception are discussed.
  • James H. Liu, Rebekah Goldstein-Hawes, Denis Hilton, Li-Li Huang, Cecilia Gastardo-Conaco, Emma Dresler-Hawke, Florence Pittolo, Ying-Yi Hong, Colleen Ward, Sheela Abraham, Yoshihisa Kashima, Emiko Kashima, Megumi M. Ohashi, Masaki Yuki, Yukako Hidaka
    Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 36 2 171 - 191 2005年03月 [査読有り][通常論文]
    Social representations of world history were assessed using the open-ended questions, "What are the most important events in world history?" and "Who are the most influential persons in world history in the last 1,000 years?" Data from six Asian and six Western samples showed cross-cultural consensus. Historical representations were (a) focused on the recent past, (b) centered around politics and war, and (c) dominated by the events of the World Wars and (d) the individual Hitler, who was universally perceived as negative, (e) Representations were more Eurocentric than ethnocentric, (f) The importance of economics and science was underrepresented. (g) Most cultures nominated people (more than events) idiosyncratic to their own culture. These data reflect power relations in the world and provide resources and constraints for the conduct of international relations. The degree of cross-cultural consensus suggests that hybridity across Eastern and Western cultures in the representation of knowledge may be underestimated.
  • Y Kashima, E Kashima, CY Chiu, T Farsides, M Gelfand, YY Hong, U Kim, F Strack, L Werth, M Yuki, Yzerbyt, V
    EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 35 2 147 - 169 2005年03月 [査読有り][通常論文]
    Are human individuals universally seen to be more real entities (or more entitative, to use Campbell's, 1958, term) than social groups? Although the individual may be seen to be more entitative than social groups in the West, it is unclear whether this is the case in other cultures, especially, in East Asia. Two aspects of perceived entitativity are distinguished: psychological essentialism (belief in the presence of essence-like unchangeable properties) and agency (perception that a social entity is an agent), and examined for four social targets (individual, family, friendship group, and society) in three English-speaking cultures (Australia, UK, and USA). three East Asian cultures (Hong Kong, Japan, and Korea), and two continental European cultures (Belgium and Germany). In all cultures, the individual person was seen to possess essence-like unchangeable characteristics more than social groups (i.e. essentialized). As for agency, the individual person was seen to be more agentic than groups in Western cultures, but both individuals and groups were conferred an equal level of agency in East Asia. Individuals may be universally more essentialized than friendship groups and societies, but not always seen to be more agentic, than social groups. Implications of the results for conceptions of individualism and collectivism are discussed. Copyright (c) 2004 John Wiley A Sons, Ltd.
  • M Yuki, WW Maddux, MB Brewer, K Takemura
    PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY BULLETIN 31 1 48 - 62 2005年01月 [査読有り][通常論文]
    Two experiments explored differences in depersonalized trust (trust toward a relatively unknown, target person) across cultures. Based on a recent theoretical framework that postulates predominantly different bases for group behaviors in Western cultures versus Eastern cultures, it was predicted that Americans would tend to trust people primarily based on whether they shared category memberships; however, trust for Japanese was expected to be based on the likelihood of sharing direct or indirect interpersonal links. Results supported these predictions. In both Study I (questionnaire study) and Study 2 (online money allocation game), Americans trusted ingroup members more than outgroup members; however, the existence of a potential indirect relationship link increased trust for outgroup members more for Japanese than for Americans. Implications for understanding group processes across cultures are discussed.
  • ES Kashima, M Halloran, M Yuki, Y Kashima
    JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 40 3 384 - 392 2004年05月 [査読有り][通常論文]
    The cross-cultural generality of terror management theory was examined in Australia and Japan. Based on previous research suggesting that individualism is stronger in Australia than in Japan, mortality salience was predicted to enhance individualism in Australia, but to reduce it in Japan. The results supported this prediction. Consistent with the theory, the cultural pattern of worldview defense was found only among Australians and Japanese with low self-esteem. We also found preliminary evidence that collective mortality (death of one's in-group) has a greater impact than personal mortality (personal death) in Japan. Although the cultural worldview and self-esteem may serve terror management functions in both cultures, there may be differences between cultures in the type of mortality that produces the greatest levels of anxiety and the manner in which a given worldview is used to cope with anxiety about mortality. (C) 2003 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
  • Culture and context-sensitive self: The amount and meaning of context-sensitivity of phenomenal self differ across cultures
    Self and Identity 3 125 - 141 2004年 [査読有り][通常論文]
  • M Yuki
    SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY QUARTERLY 66 2 166 - 183 2003年06月 [査読有り][通常論文]
    A review of the theoretical and empirical literature suggests that social identity theory does not account well for collectivistic behaviors among East Asians. I hypothesize that the central theme of East Asian group behavior is cooperation within a group; this is represented cognitively as an interpersonal network among the members, with the emphasis on the relational self Results of a survey of 122 Japanese and 126 American respondents largely supported this hypothesis. For Americans, in-group loyalty and identity with their small and large in-groups were correlated positively with perceived in-group homogeneity and in-group status. No such correlation was found for Japanese respondents, however Instead, Japanese in-group loyalty and identity were predicted by respondents' knowledge of the relational structure within the group, knowledge of the individual differences between members of the group, and feelings of personal connectedness with in-group members. I discuss the meaningfulness of comparing group processes in different cultural contexts.
    JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY 69 5 925 - 937 1995年11月 [査読有り][通常論文]
    Individualism and collectivism are often equated with independent vs. interdependent, agentic vs. communal, and separate vs. relational self-construals. Although these same concepts have been used to characterize both cultural and gender differences, a perspective of cultural evolution suggests it is unlikely. A division of labor within society may produce gender differences, but this cannot explain cultural differences. A study of self-construal involving 5 cultures (Australia, the United States, Hawaii, Japan, and Korea) shows that differences between these cultures are captured mostly by the extent to which people see themselves as acting as independent agents, whereas gender differences are best summarized by the extent to which people regard themselves as emotionally related to others.



  • Relational Mobility: A socio-ecological factor to explain cross-cultural differences in interpersonal behaviours  [招待講演]
    Masaki Yuki
    サセックス大学心理学部コロキアム(招待講演) 2020年11月 公開講演,セミナー,チュートリアル,講習,講義等
  • 指定討論  [招待講演]
    日本社会心理学会第61回大会(ワークショップ『ネクスト社会神経科学︓個と社会環境のダイナミクス』) 2020年11月 シンポジウム・ワークショップパネル(指名)
  • Masaki Yuki, Yugo Maeda, Wen-Qiao Li, FenZhi Zhang
    2020 Society for Personality and Social Psychology Annual Convention シンポジウム・ワークショップパネル(公募)
  • Are There Cultural Differences in Positive Empathy? The Role of Relational Mobility  [通常講演]
    Arato Okuyama, Masaki Yuki
    2020 Society for Personality and Social Psychology Annual Convention ポスター発表
  • Why aren’t Japanese happy when praised in public?: The roles of relational mobility and tall poppy beliefs  [通常講演]
    Matsushima, Y, Zhang, F, Yuki, M
    2019 Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology 2019年02月 ポスター発表 Portland, OR
  • 出る杭が打たれる社会の人々は人前で褒められたくない  [通常講演]
    張鳳芝, 結城雅樹
    日本社会心理学会第59回大会 2018年08月 ポスター発表
  • Greater relational mobility is associated with stronger empathic concern: An adaptationist perspective  [招待講演]
    Yuki, M, Yamamoto, S, Tsuji, S
    The 24th Congress of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology 2018年07月 シンポジウム・ワークショップパネル(指名) Guelph, Canada
  • 社会環境の開放性と閉鎖性-その原因と帰結に関する39ヵ国比較研究  [通常講演]
    Masaki Yuki, Thomas Talhelm, Joanna Schug, Mie Kito, Arin Ayanian, Julia Becker, Maja Becker, Chi-Yue Chiu, Hoon-Seok Choi, Carolina M Ferreria, Marta Fülöp, Pelin Gul, Ana Maria Houghton-Illera, Mikhel Joasoo, Jonathan Jong, Christopher Kavanagh, Dmytro Khutkyy, Claudia Manzi, Urszula M Marcinkowska, Taciano L. Milfont, Felix Neto, Ruthie Pliskin, Alvaro San Martin, Purnima Singh, Mariko L Visserman
    日本人間行動進化学会第10回大会 2017年12月 口頭発表(一般) 名古屋工業大学
  • 関係流動性が制御焦点に与える影響  [通常講演]
    結城雅樹, 日野陽平, 山本翔子
    日本グループダイナミックス学会第64回大会 2017年09月 ポスター発表
  • Do extreme rituals produce consistent psychological effects? A quasi-experimental study of Japanese firewalking festivals.  [通常講演]
    Kavanagh, C, Tsuchida, S, Jong, J, Yuki, M, Whitehouse, H
    Evolution of Religion II 2017年
  • Intergroup Comparison and Intragroup Relationships: Group Processes in the Cultures of Individualism and Collectivism  [招待講演]
    結城 雅樹
    口頭発表(招待・特別) オスナブリュック、ドイツ オスナブリュック大学心理学研究所
    I propose that different types of cognitive representations of groups, as well as motivations underlying group behaviors, are predominant in so-called “individualistic” and “collectivistic” cultures. People in individualistic cultures, as depicted in Social Identity Theory, tend to see the ingroup as a depersonalized entity, defined in terms of the ingroup prototype, in a comparative context with the outgroup. The maximization of ingroup-outgroup status differences is a major motivation underlying group behaviors. On the contrary, people in collectivistic cultures tend to represent the ingroup as a stable and structured interpersonal network among cognitively personalized members, and they are motivated to maintain cooperative and harmonious relationships within the ingroup; outgroup discrimination is a by-product rather than the cause of this process. A review of cultural psychological studies, including those addressing self-concept, determinants of ingroup identity and loyalty, attention to group characteristics, bases of group-based trust, and intergroup discrimination, support this hypothesis. Finally, I will propose a new account for the origin of these “cultural” differences from a socio-ecological perspective, focusing on the role of “relational mobility.”



  • 2020年11月 日本社会心理学会 2020年度優秀論文賞
    受賞者: 山本翔子;結城雅樹
  • 2016年10月 日本グループダイナミックス学会 2015年度優秀論文賞
    受賞者: 山田順子;鬼頭美江;結城雅樹
  • 2016年02月 北海道大学 北海道大学教育総長賞
    受賞者: 結城 雅樹
  • 2016年02月 北海道大学 北海道大学研究総長賞
    受賞者: 結城 雅樹
  • 2014年 Society for Personality and Social Psychology フェロー
    受賞者: 結城 雅樹
  • 2012年 日本心理学会 国際賞奨励賞
    受賞者: 結城 雅樹
  • 2009年 Society of Experimental Social Psychology フェロー
    受賞者: 結城 雅樹
  • 2006年 日本社会心理学会 出版特別賞


  • 日本学術振興会:科学研究費助成事業 基盤研究(B)
    研究期間 : 2019年04月 -2023年03月 
    代表者 : 結城 雅樹
  • 社会の制約と個人の制約-対人行動戦略に対する関係流動性と市場価値の交互作用効果
    研究期間 : 2015年04月 -2019年03月 
    代表者 : 結城 雅樹
  • 日本学術振興会:科学研究費補助金(基盤研究(C))
    研究期間 : 2012年04月 -2015年03月 
    代表者 : 結城 雅樹
  • 文部科学省:科学研究費補助金(基盤研究(C))
    研究期間 : 2008年 -2010年 
    代表者 : 結城 雅樹
  • 文部科学省:科学研究費補助金(基盤研究(B))
    研究期間 : 2007年 -2010年 
    代表者 : 山岸 俊男, 結城 雅樹, 神 信人, 渡部 幹
  • 文部科学省:科学研究費補助金(基盤研究(B))
    研究期間 : 2005年 -2007年 
    代表者 : 亀田 達也, ウェア ポール, 結城 雅樹, 中島 晃
  • 文部科学省:科学研究費補助金(若手研究(A))
    研究期間 : 2004年 -2006年 
    代表者 : 結城 雅樹
    本研究の目的は、集団行動と集団認知に文化と社会構造が与える影響を明らかにすることであった。平成18年度は、以下の研究を行い、重要な知見と示唆を得た。・研究1.集団状況での注意配分と記憶に関する目米比較:仮想の集団状況のシナリオを用いた実験を日米で行ったところ、Yuki(2003)のモデルから予測されるとおり、日本人は集団内の対人関係に関する情報を、一方のアメリカ人は集団問の相対的地位に関する情報をより正確に記憶することが示された。・研究2.類似性一魅力効果と関係流動性#2:日米における質問紙調査の結果、予測通り、社会関係流動性の高い社会に住むアメリカ人の方が、流動性の低い社会に住む日本人よりも、自己と友人の類似性知覚が高かった。・研究3.関係流動性尺度の改善:社会構造の流動性を測定するために前年度に開発を始めた社会関係流動性尺度relational mobility scaleの改善に取りかかった。項目を厳選した上で、日米において質問紙調査を行ったところ、予測通り、一般的信頼の日米差は社会関係流動性によって完全に媒介され、尺度の妥当性が示された。・研究4類似性-魅力効果と関係流動性#3:研究3で妥当性が示された関係流動性尺度を用いて、研究2で見いだされた類似性知覚の日米差の説明を試みた。日米で行った質問紙調査の結果、予測通り、自己と友人の類似性知覚の文化差が、関係流動性によっ...
  • 関係流動性:文化と社会心理過程に対する社会生態学的アプローチ
    研究期間 : 2006年
  • Relational mobility: A socio-ecological approach to culture and social psychological processes
    International Joint Research Projects
    研究期間 : 2006年
  • 文部科学省:科学研究費補助金(基盤研究(A))
    研究期間 : 2002年 -2005年 
    代表者 : 山岸 俊男, 石井 敬子, 結城 雅樹, 高橋 伸幸, 山岸 みどり
  • 文部科学省:科学研究費補助金(基盤研究(B))
    研究期間 : 2002年 -2004年 
    代表者 : 亀田 達也, 結城 雅樹
    社会・文化的学習は、環境における不確実性を効果的に低減し、個人が適応的な行動を安価な形で獲得することを促進する。この命題は継時的に安定した対象を学習する(例えば、有毒の食物を避ける技術の獲得など)場合には自明だが、継時的に不安定な変動環境における社会・文化的学習の有効性は自明ではない。社会的学習により獲得された知識は、変動環境の下では、既に時代遅れのものになっている可能性があるからである。本研究はまず、非静止的な環境における社会・文化的学習の適応的な価値を、理論的・実証的に検討した。本研究では、Henrich & Boyd [Evol.Hum.Behav.19(1998)215.]の文化伝達に関するモデルを拡張したコンピュータ・シミュレーションを行い、次の結果を得た。非静止的な環境における個人学習にコストがかかる場合、母集団には、コストのかかる個人学習に携わるメンバーと、個人的情報探索をさぼり他者の探索努力にただ乗りするメンバーが、安定的な比率の基に存在する、混合均衡が生まれる。こうした「生産者-たかり」構造は、社会・文化的な学習の有効性、とくに、社会情報を使う際の「同調バイアス」の有効性を大きく制約する。続いて、本研究では、この命題を、非静止的な不確実環境を実験室に実装した一連の実験により検証した。この結果、上記の命題の正しさが確認された。
  • 文化と社会構造が集団内・集団間行動と認知に与える影響
    研究期間 : 2004年
  • Effects of culture and social structure on intra- and intergroup behavior and cognition
    International Joint Research Projects
    研究期間 : 2004年
  • 表情知覚原理の文化差
    研究期間 : 2003年
  • Cultural differences in facial perception
    研究期間 : 2003年
  • 文部科学省:科学研究費補助金(奨励研究(A), 若手研究(B))
    研究期間 : 2001年 -2002年 
    代表者 : 結城 雅樹
  • 文部科学省:科学研究費補助金(基盤研究(B))
    研究期間 : 1999年 -2001年 
    代表者 : 山岸 俊男, 山岸 みどり, 大沼 進, 山岸 みどり, 結城 雅樹, 山岸 俊男
  • 文部科学省:科学研究費補助金(奨励研究(A))
    研究期間 : 1999年 -2000年 
    代表者 : 結城 雅樹
  • 内集団ひいきと集団間差別を生み出す心理プロセスの多重性
    研究期間 : 1999年
  • Multiplicity of psychological processes behind ingroup bias and intergroup discrimination
    Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research
    研究期間 : 1999年



  • 博士論文指導特殊演習
    開講年度 : 2019年
    課程区分 : 博士後期課程
    開講学部 : 文学研究科
  • 多文化共生論
    開講年度 : 2019年
    課程区分 : 修士課程
    開講学部 : 文学院
    キーワード : 語彙、借用語、共存する美術、境界の表象、ミュージアム、アイヌ文化展示、社会心理学、文化差、文化変化
  • 博士論文指導特殊演習Ⅰ
    開講年度 : 2019年
    課程区分 : 博士後期課程
    開講学部 : 文学院
  • 大学院共通授業科目(一般科目):人文社会科学
    開講年度 : 2019年
    課程区分 : 修士課程
    開講学部 : 大学院共通科目
    キーワード : Academic English Writing; English Expressions; Logical Thinking; Efficient and Effective Communication of Personal Ideas
  • 修士論文
    開講年度 : 2019年
    課程区分 : 修士課程
    開講学部 : 文学研究科
  • 行動科学特別演習
    開講年度 : 2019年
    課程区分 : 修士課程
    開講学部 : 文学研究科
    キーワード : 文化 社会環境、心理、行動
  • 修士論文・特定課題指導特殊演習
    開講年度 : 2019年
    課程区分 : 修士課程
    開講学部 : 文学研究科
  • 行動科学特別演習
    開講年度 : 2019年
    課程区分 : 修士課程
    開講学部 : 文学院
    キーワード : 文化 社会環境、心理、行動
  • 卒業論文
    開講年度 : 2019年
    課程区分 : 学士課程
    開講学部 : 文学部
  • 行動科学特殊講義
    開講年度 : 2019年
    課程区分 : 修士課程
    開講学部 : 文学研究科
    キーワード : 心理学
  • 修士論文・特定課題指導特殊演習
    開講年度 : 2019年
    課程区分 : 修士課程
    開講学部 : 文学院
  • 行動科学特殊講義
    開講年度 : 2019年
    課程区分 : 修士課程
    開講学部 : 文学院
    キーワード : 心理学
  • 行動科学実験実習
    開講年度 : 2019年
    課程区分 : 学士課程
    開講学部 : 文学部
    キーワード : 行動科学、社会心理学、進化、文化、適応
  • 専門横断科目(一般科目):人文社会科学
    開講年度 : 2019年
    課程区分 : 学士課程
    開講学部 : 専門横断科目
    キーワード : Cultural Psychology, Multiculturalism, Acculturation
  • 文化心理学
    開講年度 : 2019年
    課程区分 : 学士課程
    開講学部 : 文学部
    キーワード : 文化心理学 比較文化心理学 社会心理学
  • 文化心理学
    開講年度 : 2019年
    課程区分 : 学士課程
    開講学部 : 文学部
    キーワード : Cultural Psychology, Multiculturalism, Acculturation
  • 社会の認識
    開講年度 : 2019年
    課程区分 : 学士課程
    開講学部 : 全学教育
    キーワード : 科学論文、科学研究、文系、文章の書き方、
  • 社会・制度モジュール特殊科目B
    開講年度 : 2019年
    課程区分 : 学士課程
    開講学部 : 現代日本学プログラム課程
    キーワード : 文化心理学 比較文化心理学 社会心理学
  • 社会・制度モジュール特殊科目B
    開講年度 : 2019年
    課程区分 : 学士課程
    開講学部 : 現代日本学プログラム課程
    キーワード : Cultural Psychology, Multiculturalism, Acculturation
  • 行動科学特殊演習
    開講年度 : 2019年
    課程区分 : 学士課程
    開講学部 : 文学部
    キーワード : 社会心理学、文化心理学
  • 行動科学研究法
    開講年度 : 2019年
    課程区分 : 学士課程
    開講学部 : 文学部
    キーワード : 統計 行動科学 社会心理学



  • 2014年10月1日 - 2016年9月30日 社会科学実験研究センター長
  • 2016年10月1日 - 2018年9月30日 社会科学実験研究センター長
  • 2014年11月1日 - 2015年3月31日 研究戦略室室員


  • 2021年04月 - 現在   日本グループ・ダイナミックス学会   理事(全国区)   任期は2021年4月1日~2023年3月31日
  • 2019年03月 - 現在   International Society for Self & Identity   Executive Committee Member
  • 2017年04月 - 2021年03月   日本社会心理学会   全国区理事(2017-2020大会運営委員会委員)
  • 2015年11月 - 2019年10月   日本心理学会   Japanese Psychological Research (英文誌) 編集委員
  • 2013年 - 2016年08月   国際比較心理学会 (International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology)   2016年大会組織委員会プログラム委員長
  • 2013年05月 - 2016年07月   第31回国際心理学会組織委員会   プログラム委員会委員
  • 2011年04月 - 2013年03月   日本グループダイナミックス学会   常任理事   日本グループダイナミックス学会
  • 2006年 - 2009年   日本心理学会   代議員(北海道地区)   日本心理学会
  • 2006年 - 2009年   日本社会心理学会   全国区理事   日本社会心理学会
  • 2005年 - 2009年   アジア社会心理学会(Asian Association of Social Psychology)   会計担当   アジア社会心理学会(Asian Association of Social Psychology)
  • 2006年 - 2008年   日本グループダイナミックス学会   全国区理事   日本グループダイナミックス学会
  • 2002年 - 2005年   日本社会心理学会   国際連携・交流連携委員   日本社会心理学会
  • 1997年 - 2002年   日本グループダイナミックス学会   理事(北海道地区)   日本グループダイナミックス学会


  • 期間 : 2019年10月06日
    役割 : 講師
    主催者・発行元 : 日本心理学会
    イベント・番組・新聞雑誌名 : 認定心理士の会 北海道支部会シンポジウム『社会関係を実証する心理学』
     旭川市 過去の文化心理学研究で見いだされた興味深い知見の一つに、北米などのいわゆる「個人主義文化」に暮らす人々のほうが、東アジアなどの「集団主義文化」の人々よりも積極的かつ親密に対人関係に関わるというものがある。本発表では、こうした対人心理の多様性の原因を説明するために、人々を取り巻く社会環境の特性-特に「関係流動性」という社会生態学的変数-が持つ影響に着目した話題提供者らの理論と実証研究の成果、またその意義を論じる。
  • 期間 : 2018年07月25日
    役割 : その他
    主催者・発行元 : 札幌市経済観光局
    行政機関 札幌市役所 札幌市における外国人宿泊者数はここ数年過去最高を記録し続けております。この傾向は今後も続くことが予想されます。この機会を捉えて、インバウンドの観点から外需獲得を図るため、市内企業の商品開発の取り組みに対し、経費補助をはじめ、商品開発や販路拡大等まで幅広く支援します。
  • 期間 : 2018年06月08日
    役割 : 講師
    主催者・発行元 : 札幌市経済観光局
    イベント・番組・新聞雑誌名 : 『商品開発 ×インバウド』セミナー
    企業 北洋大通センター(札幌市) 国内市場が縮小傾向にある中、拡大を続けるインバウンド消費を通じた外需獲得のため、訪日客の購買傾向や商品ニーズへの対応が急務とされています。 札幌市は、北海道大学、北洋銀行と連携し、外国人観光客向け商品開発に対する支援を行っており、本セミナーでは、最新の訪日消費動向やお土産品開発事例などについて、専門家の解説、企業の体験談を交え、ご紹介いたします。
  • 期間 : 2017年07月24日
    役割 : 講師
    主催者・発行元 : 北海道大学
    イベント・番組・新聞雑誌名 : 平成29年度北海道大学公開講座
    社会人・一般 北海道大学 人間関係が流動化する現代社会を、私たちはどのように生きていくべきでしょうか。「個人主義文化」の人々の方が、「集団主義文化」の人々よりも積極的に他者に関わるとの研究結果を糸口として、この問題を考えます。


  • ヒューマニエンス 40億年のたくらみ
    報道 : 2020年12月24日
    発行元・放送局 : NHK BSプレミアム
  • 関係流動性の高い社会では信頼を高めるためのスキルや行動が重要だ
    報道 : 2020年11月
    発行元・放送局 : リクルートマネージメントソリューションズ
    番組・新聞雑誌 : RMS Message vol.60
    職場の信頼について考える 心理学や組織行動の先行研究から見る「信頼」 新聞・雑誌
  • 報道 : 2020年10月11日
    執筆者 : 本人以外
    番組・新聞雑誌 : 朝日新聞DIGITAL
     新聞・雑誌 11月3日のアメリカ大統領選挙まで1カ月を切りました。4年前の選挙で、当初は泡沫(ほうまつ)候補だったトランプ氏の当選に一役買ったと取り沙汰され、今回も注目されるのが「隠れトランプ支持者」の動向です。隠れトランプ支持者とは、表向きは支持を明言しないものの、実はトランプ氏を応援している人たちのことです。アメリカ人と言えば、もともと政治的な会話にオープンなイメージがありますが、なぜトランプ氏への支持は隠したいのか――。アジア人とアメリカ人の心理や行動の違いを研究する北海道大学の結城雅樹教授(社会心理学)に分析してもらうと、明るくポジティブといわれるアメリカの人たちに特有の葛藤が見えてきました。
  • 報道 : 2020年08月31日
    執筆者 : 本人以外
    番組・新聞雑誌 : AERA
  • 報道 : 2020年07月29日
    執筆者 : 本人以外
    番組・新聞雑誌 : Zeit Online
     新聞・雑誌 コロナ禍の中、日本人を始めとしたアジア人が欧米人と比べてマスク着用に抵抗を覚えにくいのはなぜか。この原因について、日本人はアメリカ人と比べて口よりも目で表情を読み取る傾向にあることを発見した結城教授が、文化心理学の観点から解説している。(ドイツ語紙)

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