Takeshi Hamamura
Takeshi Hamamura
School of Psychology, Curtin University
Verified email at curtin.edu.au
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In search of East Asian self-enhancement
SJ Heine, T Hamamura
Personality and Social Psychology Review 11 (1), 4-27, 2007
Are cultures becoming individualistic? A cross-temporal comparison of individualism–collectivism in the United States and Japan
T Hamamura
Personality and social psychology review 16 (1), 3-24, 2012
Cultural differences in response styles: The role of dialectical thinking
T Hamamura, SJ Heine, DL Paulhus
Personality and Individual differences 44 (4), 932-942, 2008
Approach—Avoidance motivation and information processing: A cross-cultural analysis
T Hamamura, Z Meijer, SJ Heine, K Kamaya, I Hori
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 35 (4), 454-462, 2009
Inclusion of additional studies yields different conclusions: Comment on Sedikides, Gaertner, & Vevea (2005), Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
SJ Heine, S Kitayama, T Hamamura
Asian Journal of Social Psychology 10 (2), 49-58, 2007
Why the better-than-average effect is a worse-than-average measure of self-enhancement: An investigation of conflicting findings from studies of East Asian self-evaluations
T Hamamura, SJ Heine, TRS Takemoto
Motivation and Emotion 31 (4), 247-259, 2007
Social class predicts generalized trust but only in wealthy societies
T Hamamura
Journal of cross-cultural psychology 43 (3), 498-509, 2012
Changes in Chinese culture as examined through changes in personal pronoun usage
T Hamamura, Y Xu
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 46 (7), 930-941, 2015
Which studies test the question of pancultural self-enhancement? A reply to Sedikides, Gaertner & Vevea, 2007
SJ Heine, S Kitayama, T Hamamura
Asian Journal of Social Psychology 10, 198-200, 2007
Ethnic Differences in Physical Pain Sensitivity: Role of Acculturation
MYP Chan
PAIN, 2012
Approach-avoidance motivation across cultures
T Hamamura
University of British Columbia, 2008
The role of self-criticism in self-improvement and face maintenance among Japanese.
T Hamamura, SJ Heine
American Psychological Association, 2008
Beware of friends: The cultural psychology of relational mobility and cautious intimacy
LMW Li, G Adams, T Kurtiş, T Hamamura
Asian Journal of Social Psychology 18 (2), 124-133, 2015
Folk beliefs of cultural changes in China
Y Xu, T Hamamura
Frontiers in Psychology 5, 1066, 2014
Culture, social class, and independence–interdependence: The case of Chinese adolescents
T Hamamura, Q Xu, Y Du
International Journal of Psychology 48 (3), 344-351, 2013
Relational mobility increases social (but not other) risk propensity
LMW Li, T Hamamura, G Adams
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 29 (5), 481-488, 2016
Which studies test whether self‐enhancement is pancultural? Reply to Sedikides, Gaertner, and Vevea, 2007
SJ Heine, S Kitayama, T Hamamura
Asian Journal of Social Psychology 10 (3), 198-200, 2007
Regional differences in pathogen prevalence and defensive reactions to the “swine flu” outbreak among East Asians and Westerners
T Hamamura, JH Park
Evolutionary psychology 8 (3), 147470491000800315, 2010
Culture and self-esteem over time: A cross-temporal meta-analysis among Australians, 1978–2014
T Hamamura, BG Septarini
Social Psychological and Personality Science 8 (8), 904-909, 2017
Marital satisfaction, sex, age, marriage duration, religion, number of children, economic status, education, and collectivistic values: Data from 33 countries
P Sorokowski, AK Randall, A Groyecka, T Frackowiak, K Cantarero, ...
Frontiers in psychology 8, 1199, 2017
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