ATSUNORI ARIGA

Last Updated :2020/08/03

Affiliations, Positions
Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Associate Professor
Web Site
E-mail
arigahiroshima-u.ac.jp
Self-introduction
Studying Cognitive and Behavioral Sciences.

Basic Information

Major Professional Backgrounds

  • 2006/04, JPSP, Research Fellowship for Youg Scientists (DC1)
  • 2009/04, JSPS, Postdoctoral Fellowship for Research Abroad
  • 2009/04, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Visiting Scholar
  • 2011/04, Rissho University, Department of Psychology, Lecturer
  • 2014/04, Rissho University, Department of Psychology, Associate Professor
  • 2016/04, Hiroshima University, Graduate School of Integrated Arts and Sciences, Associate Professor

Academic Degrees

  • The University of Tokyo
  • The University of Tokyo

In Charge of Primary Major Programs

  • Behavioral Sciences

Research Fields

  • Informatics;Human informatics;Cognitive science
  • Social sciences;Psychology;Experimental psychology

Research Keywords

  • visual attention
  • object perception
  • social cognition
  • consumer psychology

Affiliated Academic Societies

  • The Japanese Psychological Association
  • The Japanese Psychonomic Society
  • The Japanese Society for Cognitive Psychology
  • Psychonomic Society

Educational Activity

Course in Charge

  1. 2020, Liberal Arts Education Program1, 1Term, Theories of Behavioral Sciences
  2. 2020, Liberal Arts Education Program1, 3Term, Introduction to Psychology A
  3. 2020, Liberal Arts Education Program1, 2Term, Introduction to Psychology B
  4. 2020, Undergraduate Education, 1Term, Research Tutorial IIB
  5. 2020, Liberal Arts Education Program1, 1Term, Introductory Seminar for First-Year Students
  6. 2020, Undergraduate Education, 1Term, Applied Behavioral Sciences
  7. 2020, Undergraduate Education, First Semester, Fundamental Laboratory Work in Behavioral Sciences
  8. 2020, Undergraduate Education, First Semester, Experimental Methods in Behavioral Sciences
  9. 2020, Undergraduate Education, Second Semester, Practicum in Behavioral Sciences
  10. 2020, Undergraduate Education, 3Term, Seminar on Original TextsIn Behavioral Science
  11. 2020, Undergraduate Education, Intensive, Advanced Seminar on Original TextsIn Behavioral Science
  12. 2020, Undergraduate Education, 3Term, Cognitive and behavioral science
  13. 2020, Undergraduate Education, Intensive, Psychological Statistics
  14. 2020, Undergraduate Education, First Semester, Laboratory Work in Psychology A
  15. 2020, Undergraduate Education, First Semester, Experimental Methods in Psychology A
  16. 2020, Undergraduate Education, Second Semester, Experimental Methods in Psychology C
  17. 2020, Undergraduate Education, Second Semester, Experimental Methods in Psychology D
  18. 2020, Undergraduate Education, Second Semester, Laboratory Work in Psychology C
  19. 2020, Undergraduate Education, Second Semester, Laboratory Work in Psychology D
  20. 2020, Undergraduate Education, 2Term, Cognitive Psychology
  21. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , First Semester, Special Study on Studies of Human Behavior
  22. 2020, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , First Semester, Seminar in Studies of Human Behavior
  23. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 2Term, Science History for Humanities and Social Sciences
  24. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 1Term, Cognitive Science
  25. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 4Term, Comparative Cognition

Research Activities

Academic Papers

  1. Spatial-musical association of response codes without sound, Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 201903
  2. Implicit attitudes about agricultural and aquatic products from Fukushima depend on where consumers reside, Frontiers in Psychology, 201903
  3. Winners do not stop gambling, but become reckless gamblers, Proceedings of Knowledge and Smart Technology (included in IEEE Xplore), 201908
  4. Reading habits contribute to the effects of display direction on product choice, PLOS ONE, 201812
  5. The gaze-cueing effect in the United States and Japan: Influence of cultural differences in cognitive strategies on control of attention, Frontiers in Psychology, 201801
  6. Is choice overload replicable?, Proceedings of Knowledge and Smart Technology (included in IEEE Xplore), 201808
  7. Attentional capture by spatiotemporally task-irrelvant faces: Supportive evidence for Sato and Kawahara (2015), Psychological Research, 201809
  8. Does decision-making speed depend on non-interactive others?, Management Studies, 2017
  9. Visual attention is captured by task-irrelevant faces, but not by pareidolia faces, Proceedings of Knowledge and Smart Technology (included in IEEE Xplore), 2017
  10. Early visual perception potentiated by object affordances: Evidence from a temporal order judgment task, i-Perception, 2016
  11. Do you trust one's gaze?: Commonalities and differences in gaze-cueing effect between American and Japanese, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 2016
  12. Object affordances potentiate responses but do not guide attentional prioritization, Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience, 2016
  13. Elimination of the back-view bias in attractiveness judgement with short-term exposure, Proceedings of Kansei Engineering and Emotion Research, 2016
  14. General trust is correlated with attentional orientation triggered by gaze direction, Proceedings of Knowledge and Smart Technology (included in IEEE Xplore), 2016
  15. How scarce objects attract people: Distinguishing the effects of temporal and social contexts on the scarcity principle, Journal of Marketing Trends, 2015
  16. The social-devaluation effect: Interactive evaluation deteriorates likeability of objects based on daily relationship, Frontiers in Psychology, 2015
  17. Insightful problem solving can be manipulated by social reality, Proceedings of Knowledge and Smart Technology (included in IEEE Xplore), 2015
  18. Interaction between viewpoint and exposure angle in perception of Buddha statues, Proceedings of Kansei Engineering and Emotion Research, 2012
  19. Object-based maintenance of temporal attention in rapid serial visual presentation, Visual Cognition, 2011
  20. Brief and rare mental "breaks" keep you focused: Deactivation and reactivation of task goals preempt vigilance decrements, Cognition, 2011
  21. Erroneous selection of an irrelevant item improves subsequent target identification in rapid serial visual presentation, Advances in Cognitive Psychology, 2010
  22. Perceiving the faces of Buddha statues: On the relation with viewpoint and affective evaluation, Proceedings of Kansei Engineering and Emotion Research, 2010
  23. Temporal dissociation between category-based and item-based processes in rejecting distractors, Psychological Research, 2009
  24. What is special about the index finger?: Index-finger advantage in manipulating reflexive attentional shift, Japanese Psychological Research, 2009
  25. Contingent attentional capture occurs by activated target congruence, Perception & Psychophysics, 2008
  26. Attentional awakening: Gradual modulation of temporal attention in rapid serial visual presentation, Psychological Research, 2008
  27. Maintenance of temporal attention in rapid serial visual presentation, Japanese Journal of Psychonomic Science, 2008
  28. How an expected distractor is rejected in rapid serial visual presentation, Proceedings of International Workshop on Kansei, 2008
  29. Inter-trial inhibition of focused attention in pop-out search, Perception & Psychophysics, 2008
  30. Semantic activation of target congruence contingently captures attention, Japanese Journal of Psychonomic Science, 2007
  31. Object-based attentional selection and awareness of objects, Visual Cognition, 2007
  32. The transitions of time-dependent performance in a task, Japanese Journal of Psychonomic Science, 2005
  33. The perceptual and cognitive distractor-previewing effect, Journal of Vision, 2004

Publications such as books

  1. 2016/07, Rediscovering the Essentiality of Marketing, Springer, 2016, 7, English

Invited Lecture, Oral Presentation, Poster Presentation

  1. How scarce objects attract people: The effects of temporal and social contexts of the scarcity on object value (Presented in the plenary meeting), International Marketing Trends Conference, 2015, Without Invitation, Paris, France
  2. Consumer preference finically depends on the scarcity of goods, Taiwan Institute of Kansei, 2013, With Invitation, Tainan, Taiwan
  3. Socially interactive evaluation degrades the likeability of objects, Special International Seminar for Time Study, 2012, With Invitation, Yamaguchi, Japan
  4. Goal habituation model of vigilance decrements, Knowledge for All Lecture at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2011, With Invitation, Champaign, IL