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  1. Xin, Q., Ogura, Y., & Matsushima, T. (2017). Four eyes match better than two: Sharing of precise patch-use time among socially foraging domestic chicks. Behavioural Processes. 140, 127–132. doi: 10.1016/j.beproc.2017.04.020
  2. Toyokawa, W., Saito, Y., & Kameda, T. (2017). Individual differences in learning behaviours in humans: Asocial exploration tendency does not predict reliance on social learning. Evolution and Human Behavior, 38, 325-333. doi: 10.1016/j.evolhumbehav.2016.11.001
  3. King, A. J., Kosfeld, M., Dall, S. R. X., Greiner, B., Kameda, T., Khalmetski, K., Leininger, W., Wedekind, C., & Winterhalder, B. (2017). Explorative strategies: Consequences for individual behavior, social structure, and design of institutions. In L-A. Giraldeau, P. Heeb and M. Kosfeld (Eds.), Investors and Exploiters in Ecology and Economics: Principles and Applications (pp. 205–214). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
  4. Ogawa, A., Yokoyama, R., & Kameda, T. (2017). Development of a Japanese version of a theory-of-mind functional localizer for functional magnetic resonance imaging. The Japanese journal of psychology,88(4), 363-375. doi: 10.4992/jjpsy.88.16217
  5. Tindale, R. S., & Kameda, T. (2017). Group decision-making from an evolutionary/adaptationist perspective. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 20(5), doi: 10.1177/1368430217708863
  6. Ueshima, A.& Kameda, T. (2017). Does uncertainty involved in monetary acquisition affect risky decisions for others?. The Japanese Journal of Psychology, 88(4), 383-389. Doi: 10.4992/jjpsy.88.16328
  7. Jayles, B., Kim, H., Escobedo, R., Cezerad, S., Blanchet, A., Kameda, T., Sire, C., & Theraulaz, G. (2017). How social information can improve estimation accuracy in human groups. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science of the USA, 114(47), 12620-12625. Doi: 10.1073/pnas.1703695114
  8. Tindale, R. S. & Kameda, T. (2017). Group decision-making from an evolutionary/adaptationist perspective. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 20(5), 669-680. Doi: 10.1177/1368430217708863


  1. Murata, A., Saito, H., Schug, J., Ogawa, K., & Kameda, T. (2016). Spontaneous facial mimicry Is enhanced by the goal of inferring emotional states: Evidence for moderation of “automatic” mimicry by higher cognitive processes. PLOS ONE. 11(4): e0153128. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0153128
  2. Bryant, G.A., Fessler, D.M., Fusaroli, R., Clint, E., Aarøe, L., Apicell, C.L., Petersen, M.B., Bickham, S.T., Bolyanatz, A., Chavez, B., De Smet, D., Díaz, C., Fančovičová, J., Fux, M., Giraldo-Perez, P., Hu, A., Kamble, S.V., Kameda, T., Li, N.P., Luberti, F.R., Prokop, P., Quintelier, K., Scelza, B.A., Shin, H.J., Soler, M., Stieger, S., Toyokawa, W., Evan den Hende, E. A., Viciana-Asensio, H., Yildizhan, S. E., Yong, J.C., Yuditha, T., & Zhou, Y. (2016). Detecting affiliation in co-laughter across 24 societies. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 113(17), 4682-4687. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1524993113
  3. Kameda, T., Inukai, K., Higuchi, S., Ogawa, A., Kim, H., Matsuda, T., & Sakagami, M. (2016). Rawlsian maximin rule operates as a common cognitive anchor in distributive justice and risky decisions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 113(42), 11817-11822. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1602641113
  4. Murata, A., Saito, Y., Higuchi, S., & Kameda, T. (2016). Role of the Empathetic Systems for Sustaining the Large-scale Cooperation in Human Societies Running head: Prosocial Concern and Empathy. Japanese Psychological Review, 58(3), 392-403.


  1. Kameda, T., Inukai, K., Wisdom, T., & Toyokawa, W. (2015). Herd behavior: Its psychological and neural underpinnings. In S. Grundmann, F. Moeslein & K. Riesenhuber (Eds.), Contract governance. (Pp. 61-71). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
  2. Kameda, T. (Ed.) (2015). How “rules of society” are ruled: Experimental research on social norms. (Frontiers in experimental social sciences, Vol.6). Tokyo: Keiso-shobo. (in Japanese)
  3. Ogawa, A., & Macaluso, E. (2015). Orienting of visuo-spatial attention in complex 3D space: Search and detection. Human Brain Mapping.
  4. Ogawa, A., Toyomaki, A., Omori, T., & Murohashi, H. (2015). ERP correlates of feedback processing for number of misses in gambling. Cognitive Studies.
  5. Kameda, T., & Hastie, R. (2015). Herd behavior: Its biological, neural, cognitive and social underpinnings. In R. Scott & S. Kosslyn (Eds.), Emerging trends in the social and behavioral sciences. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley and Sons.


  1. Kameda, T., Van Vugt, M., & Tindale, R. S. (2014). Evolutionary group dynamics. In J. D. Wright (Ed.), International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences (2nd edition). Oxford, UK: Elsevier.
  2. Kameda, T., Van Vugt, M., & Tindale, S. (2014). Groups. In V. Zeigler-Hill, L.L.M. Welling, & T.K. Shackelford (Eds.), Evolutionaryperspectives on social psychology. New York: Springer.
  3. Ogawa, A., Onozaki, T., Mizuno, T., Asamizuya, T., Ueno, K., Cheng, K., & Iriki, A. (2014). Neural basis of economic bubble behavior. Neuroscience, 265, 37-47.
  4. Toyokawa, W., Kim., & Kameda, T. (2014). Human collective intelligence under dual exploration-exploitation dilemmas. PLoS ONE 9(4): e95789. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0095789
  5. Yamagishi, T., & Kameda, T. (Eds.) (2014). Coexistence and society. (Handbook of Cognitive Science of Communication, Vol.4). Tokyo: Iwanami-shoten. (in Japanese)
  6. Muarata, A., Higuchi, S., Sasaki, C & Kameda, T. (2014). Can We Empathize with a Dissimilar Other? Using Peripheral Physiological Signals as Indicators of Sympathetic Responding. Cognitive Studies, 21(4), 503-507. doi:10.11225/jcss.21.503