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Shiomura Kimihiro
Shiomura Kimihiro
Professor of Social and Cultural Psychology, Ferris University, Japan
Verified email at ferris.ac.jp
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National differences in gender–science stereotypes predict national sex differences in science and math achievement
BA Nosek, FL Smyth, N Sriram, NM Lindner, T Devos, A Ayala, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (26), 10593-10597, 2009
13502009
Apparent universality of positive implicit self-esteem
S Yamaguchi, AG Greenwald, MR Banaji, F Murakami, D Chen, ...
Psychological Science 18 (6), 498-500, 2007
3302007
Overweight people have low levels of implicit weight bias, but overweight nations have high levels of implicit weight bias
M Marini, N Sriram, K Schnabel, N Maliszewski, T Devos, B Ekehammar, ...
PloS one 8 (12), e83543, 2013
1002013
Mutual self-enhancement in Japan and the United States
D Dalsky, CL Gohm, K Noguchi, K Shiomura
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 39 (2), 215-223, 2008
642008
Influence of culture and age on control beliefs: The missing link of interdependence
O Ashman, K Shiomura, BR Levy
The International Journal of Aging and Human Development 62 (2), 143-157, 2006
362006
Induced mood states and the framing effect: A comparison of systematic and heuristic processing
K Shiomura, A Atsumi
Perceptual and motor skills 93 (3), 609-610, 2001
112001
Assessing implicit mate preferences among Chinese and Japanese women by providing love, sex, or money cues
Z Jin, K Shiomura, L Jiang
Psychological reports 116 (1), 195-206, 2015
102015
Apparent universality of positive implicit self-esteem
A Krendl, F Murakami, D Chen, C Kobayashi, K Shiomura, M Banaji, ...
Psychological Science 18 (6), 498-500, 2007
32007
Japanese characteristics of forgiveness: An investigation based on factor structure of the Japanese version of the Heartland Forgiveness Scale
K Ueda, K Shiomura
Liberal Arts, 37-43, 2010
22010
Procedures and guidelines for the Implicit Association Test (IAT): A practice manual on paper-pencil IAT
K Shiomura
Japanese Journal of Interpersonal and Social Psychology 15, 31-38, 2015
12015
College students and religious groups in Japan: How are they influenced and how do they perceive the group members?
K Ando, S Tsuchida, Y Imai, K Shiomura, K Murata, N Watanabe, ...
Japanese Psychological Research 40 (4), 206-220, 1998
11998
Relationships between stereotyped cognitions and information for categorization: Effects of stimulus cues on person memory and impression ratings
K Shiomura
The Japanese Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 35 (1), 1-13, 1995
11995
Relationships between stereotyped cognitions and information for categorization: Effects of gender labels and neutral labels on person memory
K Shiomura
Tohoku Psychologica Folia 51, 67-73, 1992
11992
Twenty Years After Implicit Association Test: The Role of Implicit Social Cognition in Human Behavior
Z Jin, K Shiomura, C Bermeitinger, X Zhu, MCP De Paula Couto, L Wu, ...
Frontiers in psychology 13, 919658, 2022
2022
Implicit Cognition
K Shiomura, J Kawahara
Japanese Psychological Research 61 (2), 61-64, 2019
2019
The mind hidden within me: Social psychology of unconscious attitudes
K Shiomura
Saiensu-Sha. Tokyo, JAPAN, 2016
2016
Gender stereotype paradox: Socially created gender differences
K Shiomura
Maruzen-Yushodo. Tokyo, JAPAN, 2016
2016
The investigation of predictive factors for self-effacement: Self-esteem, assumed-competence, and cultural-self construal DIA 23
K Shiomura, R Funakoshi, M Suzuki
Personality and Individual Differences 60, S73-S74, 2014
2014
The exploration on the relationship between cultural-self and communication skills, self-effacement, and assertive behavior of Japanese DIA 23
K Shiomura, R Funakoshi
Personality and Individual Differences 60, S73, 2014
2014
An investigation of stereotyped cognition based on social categorization: Towards the development of social motive theory from information processing characteristics
K Shiomura
Dissertation, Ferris University, 2014
2014
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