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SAKAKI Michiko

サカキ ミチコ | SAKAKI Michiko
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Senior Research Fellow
Homepage URL  (1): http://m-sk.sakura.ne.jp/
Research field  (4): 神経科学一般 ,  社会心理学 ,  教育心理学 ,  実験心理学
Research keywords  (1): Affective processing in older adults
Papers (37):
  • Ohtani K, Murayama K, Ishii R, Fukuzumi N, Sakaki M, Ishikawa S, Suzuki T, Tanaka A. Parental Motivational Perseverance Predicts Adolescents' Depressive Symptoms: An Intergenerational Analysis with Actor-Partner Interdependence Model. Journal of youth and adolescence. 2019
  • Sakaki M, Ueno T, Ponzio A, Harley CW, Mather M. Emotional arousal amplifies competitions across goal-relevant representation: A neurocomputational framework. Cognition. 2019. 187. 108-125
  • Sakaki, M., Raw, J., Findlay, J., and Thottam, M. Advanced aging enhances the positivity effect in memory: Due to cognitive control or age-related decline in emotional processing?. Collabra: Psychology. 2019
  • Ezaki T, Sakaki M, Watanabe T, Masuda N. Age-related changes in the ease of dynamical transitions in human brain activity. Human brain mapping. 2018. 39. 6. 2673-2688
  • Sakaki M, Yagi A, Murayama K. Curiosity in old age: A possible key to achieving adaptive aging. Neuroscience and biobehavioral reviews. 2018. 88. 106-116
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Books (1):
  • Memory in Social Context: Brain, Mind, and Society
    Springer 2017
Lectures and oral presentations  (11):
  • Effects of emotion on memory: when emotion enhances and when it impairs memory.
    (Swansea University 2016)
  • How emotion selectively modulates human memory
    (Max Planck Institute 2016)
  • How emotion shapes memory?
    (Oxford Memory Research Day 2016)
  • 感情が認知的処理を 促進・抑制するメカニズム
    (広島社会心理学研究会 2017)
  • 加齢が認知・感情処理に与える影響
    (意志動力学 心理系研究交流会 2018)
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Professional career (1):
  • PhD (University of Tokyo)
Awards (2):
  • 2018 - British Association of Cognitive Neuroscience Best poster award When effort itself becomes rewarding: The interaction between task difficulty and reward contingency in the striatum
  • 2014 - University of Reading, Faculty of Life Sciences Faculty output prize
Association Membership(s) (2):
THE JAPANESE SOCIETY FOR COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY ,  THE JAPANESE ASSOCIATION OF EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
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