Tatsuya Kameda
Tatsuya Kameda
The University of Tokyo, Department of Social Psychology, Professor
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The robust beauty of majority rules in group decisions.
R Hastie, T Kameda
Psychological review 112 (2), 494, 2005
Cost–benefit analysis of social/cultural learning in a nonstationary uncertain environment: An evolutionary simulation and an experiment with human subjects
T Kameda, D Nakanishi
Evolution and Human Behavior 23 (5), 373-393, 2002
Centrality in sociocognitive networks and social influence: An illustration in a group decision-making context.
T Kameda, Y Ohtsubo, M Takezawa
Journal of personality and social psychology 73 (2), 296, 1997
‘Social sharedness’ as a unifying theme for information processing in groups
RS Tindale, T Kameda
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 3 (2), 123-140, 2000
Does social/cultural learning increase human adaptability?: Rogers's question revisited
T Kameda, D Nakanishi
Evolution and Human Behavior 24 (4), 242-260, 2003
Group decision-making
RS Tindale, JR Winget
Oxford research encyclopedia of psychology, 2019
The logic of social sharing: An evolutionary game analysis of adaptive norm development
T Kameda, M Takezawa, R Hastie
Personality and Social Psychology Review 7 (1), 2-19, 2003
The function of the reference point in individual and group risk decision making
T Kameda, JH Davis
Organizational behavior and human decision processes 46 (1), 55-76, 1990
Social sharing and risk reduction: Exploring a computational algorithm for the psychology of windfall gains
T Kameda, M Takezawa, RS Tindale, CM Smith
Evolution and Human Behavior 23 (1), 11-33, 2002
Psychological entrapment in group decision making: An assigned decision rule and a groupthink phenomenon.
T Kameda, S Sugimori
Journal of personality and social psychology 65 (2), 282, 1993
Detecting affiliation in colaughter across 24 societies
GA Bryant, DMT Fessler, R Fusaroli, E Clint, L Aarøe, CL Apicella, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (17), 4682-4687, 2016
Anxiety, reactivity, and social stress-induced cortisol elevation in humans
T Takahashi, K Ikeda, M Ishikawa, N Kitamura, T Tsukasaki, D Nakama, ...
Neuroendocrinology Letters 26 (4), 351-354, 2005
How social information can improve estimation accuracy in human groups
B Jayles, H Kim, R Escobedo, S Cezera, A Blanchet, T Kameda, C Sire, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (47), 12620-12625, 2017
Social stress-induced cortisol elevation acutely impairs social memory in humans
T Takahashi, K Ikeda, M Ishikawa, T Tsukasaki, D Nakama, S Tanida, ...
Neuroscience Letters 363 (2), 125-130, 2004
Procedural influence in small-group decision making: Deliberation style and assigned decision rule.
T Kameda
Journal of personality and social psychology 61 (2), 245, 1991
Where do social norms come from? The example of communal sharing
T Kameda, M Takezawa, R Hastie
Current Directions in Psychological Science 14 (6), 331-334, 2005
Cognitions, preferences, and social sharedness: Past, present, and future directions in group decision making
T Kameda, RS Tindale, JH Davis
Emerging perspectives on judgment and decision research 458, 2003
Effects of assigned group consensus requirement on group problem solving and group members' learning
MF Stasson, T Kameda, CD Parks, SK Zimmerman, JH Davis
Social Psychology Quarterly, 25-35, 1991
Some social mechanics of group decision making: The distribution of opinion, polling sequence, and implications for consensus.
JH Davis, T Kameda, C Parks, M Stasson, S Zimmerman
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 57 (6), 1000, 1989
Democracy under uncertainty: The wisdom of crowds and the free-rider problem in group decision making.
T Kameda, T Tsukasaki, R Hastie, N Berg
Psychological review 118 (1), 76, 2011
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