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Rie MASHIMA (Ph.D)

Assistant Professor

School of Psychological Science, Health Sciences University of Hokkaido
1757 Kanazawa, Tobetsu-cho, Ishikari-gun, Hokkaido 061-0293 Japan
E-mail: rmashima*hoku-iryo-u.ac.jp (replace "*" to "@")

Japanese Version

Name

Rie MASHIMA

Education

Hokkaido University, B.A., 2002
Hokkaido University, M.A., 2004
Hokkaido University, Ph.D., 2008

Employment

2002-2004 Teaching Assistant, Hokkaido University, Japan
2004-2005 Reserch Assistant, Hokkaido University, Japan
2004-2005 Lecturer, Tomakomai nurse college, Tomakomai, Japan
2005-2007 Research Fellow (DC), Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Japan
2007-2008 Research Fellow (PD), Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Japan
2008-2016 Assistant Prodessor, Kumamoto Gakuen University, Japan
2016- Assistant Prodessor, Health Sciences University of Hokkaido, Japan

Professional Affiliations

Human Behavior and Evolution Society of Japan
Japanese Society of Social Psychology
Japanese Psychological Association
Japanese Group Dynamics Association

Awards

  1. Rie MASHIMA, Young Researcher's Scholarship, Japanese Society of Social Psychology, 2002

  2. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI, Distinguished Presentation Award, Japanese Group Dynamics Association, 2006

  3. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI, Distinguished Paper Award, The Japanese Psychological Association, 2006

  4. Rie MASHIMA, Distinguished Presentation Award, Initiatives for Attractive Education in Graduate Schools (at Graduate school of Letters, Hokkaido University), 2nd Poster session for graduate students, 2007

Research Grants

  1. Rie MASHIMA, 2004. Overseas Travel Grant for Graduate Student Conference Presentations, Japanese Society of Social Psychology

  2. Rie MASHIMA, 2005-2006. Grant-in-aid for scientific research, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science

  3. Rie MASHIMA, 2007. Grant-in-aid for scientific research, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science

  4. Rie MASHIMA, subsidy of Kumamoto Gakuen University Academic Research Promotion Center, Theoretical research on the linkage strategy in social exchange, 2008

  5. Rie MASHIMA, 2009-2010. Grant-in-aid for scientific research, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, The linkage between social dilemma and individual exchange.

  6. Rie MASHIMA, 2011-2013. Grant-in-aid for scientific research, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Theoretical and experimental study on adaptive basis of sanction.

  7. Rie MASHIMA, 2014-2016. Grant-in-aid for scientific research, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Building the model for revealing the mechanism of the emergence of sanctioning by incorporating societal differences.

  8. Rie MASHIMA, 2018-2020. Grant-in-aid for scientific research, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Theoretical and empirical study on societal differences in adaptive strategies for building trusting relationships.

Publications

Book
Rie MASHIMA
Evolutionary foundation of altruistic behavior: How the system of "a kindness is never lost" can be maintained?, 2010. Minerva.

Book Chapters
  1. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI, The Emergence of Generalized Exchange by Indirect Reciprocity. A. Biel, D. Eek, T. Garling, M. Gustafsson (Eds.), New issues and paradigms in research on social dilemmas, chapter 10, pp. 159-176, 2008. New York: Springer.

  2. Rie MASHIMA Human behaviors in the situation of indirect reciprocity. T. Kameda (Ed.), How "rules of society" are ruled: Experimental research on social norms. (Frontiers in experimental social sciences, Vol.6)., chapter 4, pp. 117-147, 2015. Tokyo: Keiso-shobo. (in Japanese)

Journal Articles
  1. Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI & Rie MASHIMA
    The importance of subjectivity in perceptual errors on the emergence of indirect reciprocity. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 243, 418-436, 2006

  2. Rie MASHIMA, Toshio YAMAGISHI & Masafumi MATSUDA
    Trust as a signal in relations with temporary partners. Japanese Journal of Social Psychology, 19(3), 175-183, 2004 (in Japanese)

  3. Rie MASHIMA, Toshio YAMAGISHI & Michael MACY
    Trust and cooperation: A Comparison between Americans and Japanese. Japanese Journal of Psychology, 75, 308-315, 2004 (in Japanese)

  4. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI
    The emergence of indirect reciprocity: Evolutionary foundation of altruistic behavior based on 'strict discriminator'. Japanese Journal of Psychology, 76, 436-444, 2005 (in Japanese)

  5. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI
    Is the enemyfs friend an enemy too?: Theoretical and empirical approach toward the effect of second-order information on indirect reciprocity. Sociological Theory and Methods, 20, 177-195, 2005 (in Japanese)

  6. Toshio YAMAGISHI, Sigehito TANIDA, Rie MASHIMA, Eri SHIMOMA, Satoshi KANAZAWA
    You can judge a book by its cover: Evidence that cheaters may look different from cooperators. Evolution and Human Behavior, 24, 290-301, 2003

  7. Karen S. COOK, Toshio YAMAGISHI, Coye CHESHIRE, Robin COOPER, Masafumi MATSUDA, Rie MASHIMA
    Trust building via risk taking: A cross-social experiment. Social Psychology Quarterly, 68, 121-142, 2005

  8. Toshio YAMAGISHI, Satoshi KANAZAWA, Rie MASHIMA, Shigeru TERAI
    Separating trust from cooperation in a dynamic relationship: Prisoner's dilemma with variable dependence. Rationality and Society, 17, 275-308, 2005

  9. Shigehito TANIDA, Eri SHIMOMA, Rie MASHIMA, Riri MA & Toshio YAMAGISHI
    Recognition of cooperators' and defectors' faces. Japanese Journal of Social Psychology, 148-155, 2004 (in Japanese)

  10. Ko KUWABARA, Robb WILLER, Michael MACY, Rie MASHIMA, Shigeru TERAI & Toshio YAMAGISHI
    Culture, Identity, and Structure in Social Exchange: A Web-based Trust Experiment in the United States and Japan.
    Social Psychology Quarterly, 70, 461-479, 2007

  11. Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI & Rie MASHIMA
    The Emergence of Indirect Reciprocity: Is the Standing Strategy the Answer? Working Paper, Hokkaido Univ. Press, Hokkaido, Japan, 2003

  12. Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI & Rie MASHIMA
    Do forms and structures of exchange affect solidarity? Working Paper, Hokkaido Univ. Press, Hokkaido, Japan, 2006

Presentations

Oral Preesntations
  1. Rie MASHIMA, Toshio YAMAGISHI & Michael MACY, A comparison between Americans and Japanese in situations of trust building. Proceedings of the 43rd Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Social Psychology, 138-139, Hitotsubashi University, Nobember 9-10, 2002 (in Japanese)

  2. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI, The emergence of indirect reciprocity. The Fourth CEFOM/21 International Workshop, Hokkaido University, February 10-11, 2003

  3. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI, The emergence of indrect reciprocity. Proceedings of the 35th Conference of the Japanese Association for Mathematical Sociology, 80-83, Oita University, March 15-16, 2003 (in Japanese)

  4. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI, The Emergence of Indirect Reciprocity: Is the standing strategy the answer? The 15th Annual Meeting of Human Behavior & Evolution Society, Nebraska, June 4-8, 2003

  5. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI, The emergence of indirect reciprocity: Adaptive foundation of discriminative altruism. Proceedings of the 44th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Social Psychology, 172-173, Toyo University,September 16-18, 2003 (in Japanese)

  6. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI, The emergence of indirect reciprocity. The Third CEFOM/21 International Workshop, Hokkaido University, January 30-31, 2003

  7. Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI & Rie MASHIMA, Indirect Reciprocity in the Selective-play Environment. The 15th Annual Meeting of Human Behavior & Evolution Society, Nebraska, June 4-8, 2003

  8. Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI & Rie MASHIMA, Indirect reciprocity in the selective play environment. The Second CEFOM/21 International Symposium on Culture, Norms, and Evolution, Hokkaido University, August 6-8, 2003

  9. Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI & Rie MASHIMA, The Emergence of Indirect Reciprocity: Is the standing strategy the answer? American Sociological Association 98th Annual Meeting, Atlanta, August 16-19, 2003

  10. Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI & Rie MASHIMA, Indirect Reciprocity in the Selective-play Environment. The 10th International Conference on Social Dilemmas, Marstrand, Sweden, August 19-23, 2003

  11. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI, The function of exchange: The effect of different forms of exchange on behaviors in social dilemmas. Proceedings of the 45th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Social Psychology, 192-193, Hokusei Gakuen University, July 18-19, 2004 (in Japanese)

  12. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI, The function of exchange: Comparison between the effect of experiencing generalized exchange and that of experiencing restricted exchange on behaviors in social dilemmas. The 16th Annual Meeting of Human Behavior & Evolution Society, Berlin, July 21-25, 2004

  13. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI, The emergence of indirect reciprocity: A study of evolutionary computer simulations of discriminative altruism. The 6th CEFOM/21 Open Workshop, Hokkaido University, September 16, 2004 (in Japanese)

  14. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI, An experimental study to examine strategies in situations of generalized exchange. The 6th Annual Meeting of Human Behavior and Evolution Society of Japan, Nagoya Institute of Technology, Nobember 20-21, 2004 (in Japanese)

  15. Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI & Rie MASHIMA, Referential Comparisons and Reactions to Inequality: A comparison between Americans and Japanese. Proceedings of the 45th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Social Psychology, 198-199, Hokusei Gakuen University, July 18-19, 2004 (in Japanese)

  16. Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI & Rie MASHIMA, The effect of perception errors on the emergence of generalized exchange. The 16th Annual Meeting of Human Behavior & Evolution Society, Berlin, July 21-25, 2004

  17. Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI & Rie MASHIMA, What is the mechanism that maintains indirect reciprocity?: An empirical examination. The 6th Annual Meeting of the Society of Evolutionary Studies, The University of Tokyo, August 4-7, 2004 (in Japanese)

  18. Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI & Rie MASHIMA, Do forms and structures of exchange affect solidarity? American Sociological Association 99th Annual Meeting, San Francisco, August 14-17, 2004

  19. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI, The emergence of indirect reciprocity: Theoretical and empirical approaches toward indirect reciprocity. The 7th CEFOM/21 International Workshop, Hokkaido University, February 22, 2005

  20. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI, US-Japan comparison of strategies investment in situations of relation forming and maintaining relationship: relation-specific investment or relation-general investment? The 52th annual meeting of the Japanese Group Dynamics Association, 62-63, Kobe, March 20-21, 2005 (in Japanese)

  21. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI, What types of others do people regard as "good" in indirect reciprocity? :A vignette study to examine strategies in indirect reciprocity settings. The 17th annual meeting of Human Behavior and Evolution Society, Austin, TX. June 1-5, 2005

  22. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI, What types of others do people regard as 'good' in indirect reciprocity?: A vignette study to examine strategies in indirect reciprocity settings. The 3rd US-Japan Joint Conference on Mathematical Sociology, Sapporo, Japan, June 24-26, 2005

  23. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI, What types of others do people regard as "good" in generalized exchange? The 11th International Conference on Social Dilemmas, Krakow, July 24-28, 2005

  24. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI, An empirical study to examine strategies of discriminative altruism in indirect reciprocity settings. Proceedings of the 46th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Social Psychology, 180-181, Kwansei Gakuin University, September 24-25, 2005 (in Japanese)

  25. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI, US-Japan comparison of strategies investment in situations of relation forming and maintaining relationship. The 52th annual meeting of the Hokkaido Psychological Association, Hokkaido University, October 30, 2005 (in Japanese)

  26. Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI & Rie MASHIMA, Which is Better: Having a few buddies or having many acquaintances? The 6th Biennial Conference of the Asian Association of Social Psychology, Wellington, NZ, April 2-5, 2005

  27. Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI & Rie MASHIMA, Does intention matter in third-party punishment? The 17th annual meeting of Human Behavior and Evolution Society, Austin, TX. June 1-5, 2005

  28. Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI & Rie MASHIMA, The effect of perception errors on the emergence of generalized exchange. The 3rd US-Japan Joint Conference on Mathematical Sociology, Sapporo, Japan, June 24-26, 2005

  29. Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI & Rie MASHIMA, Does intention matter in third-party punishment? The 11th International Conference on Social Dilemmas, Krakow, July 24-28, 2005

  30. Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI & Rie MASHIMA, The effect of intention on third-party punishment. Proceedings of the 46th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Social Psychology, 182-183, Kwansei Gakuin University, September 24-25, 2005 (in Japanese)

  31. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI, An empirical study to examine strategies of discriminative altruism in situations of mutual cooperation among N-persons. Proceedings of the 53th annual meeting of the Japanese Group Dynamics Association, 158-159, Musashino University, May 27-28, 2006 (in Japanese)

  32. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI, Is the enemyfs friend an enemy?: An experimental study to examine strategies in indirect reciprocity settings. The 4th CEFOM/21 International Symposium gCultural and Adaptive Bases of Human Socialityh, International House of Japan, Tokyo, September 9-10, 2006

  33. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI, An experimental study to examine strategies in situations of generalized exchange. Proceedings of the 47th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Social Psychology, 64-65, Tohoku University, September 17-18, 2006 (in Japanese)

  34. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI, An experimental study to examine strategies in situations of generalized exchange. The 53th annual meeting of the Hokkaido Psychological Association, Tohoku Fukushi University, September 30 - October 1, 2006 (in Japanese)

  35. Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI, Haruto TAKAGISHI & Rie MASHIMA, Does an Unfair Intention Increase Third-Party Punishment? The 18th annual meeting of Human Behavior and Evolution Society, Philadelphia, June 7-11, 2006

  36. Rie Mashima & Nobuyuki Takahashi, An empirical study to examine strategies of discriminative altruism in situations of mutual cooperation among N-persons: an experimental study using forced play paradigm. Proceedings of the 54th annual meeting of the Japanese Group Dynamics Association, 64-65, Nagoya University, Jume 16-17, 2007 (in Japanese)

  37. Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI & Rie MASHIMA, Do People Help Those who Helped a Free-Rider? An Experimental Study to Examine Strategies in Indirect Reciprocity Settings. The 12th International Conference on Social Dilemmas, Seattle, July 8-12, 2007

  38. Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI & Rie MASHIMA@How do people choose their recipients in generalized exchange?: An experimental study to examine strategies in indirect reciprocity settings.@American Sociological Association 102nd Annual Meeting, New York, August 11-14, 2007

  39. Rie Mashima & Nobuyuki Takahashi, An empirical study to examine strategies of discriminative altruism in generalized exchange: an experimental study using selective play and forced play paradigm. Proceedings of the 48th annual meeting of the Japanese Society and Social Psychology, pp 184-185, Waseda University, September 21-24, 2007

  40. Rie MASHIMA How do we treat givers to free-riders in indirect reciprocity settings?: An experimental study to examine strategies in indirect reciprocity settings.@The 1st International Symposium "Evolution and the Sociality of Mind Conference", University of California Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, February 23-24, 2008

  41. Rie MASHIMA The evolutionary basis of altruism in generalized exchange.@The 72th annual meeting of the Japanese Psychological Association, Hokkaido University, September 19-21, 2008 (in Japanese)

  42. Rie MASHIMA The evolutionary basis of altruism in generalized exchange.@The 2nd annual meeting of Kyusyu study group on Social Psychology, Kumamoto Gakuen University, February 22, 2009 (in Japanese)

  43. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI The linkage between Social dilemma and Indirect reciprocity. The 13th International Conference on Social Dilemmas, Kyoto, August 20-24, 2009

  44. Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI, Ryoichi Onoda, Hikaru Hamada & Rie MASHIMA The effect of common knowledge: Why do people cooperate more when they face a social dilemma situation where mutual cooperation yields restoration of fairness? The 13th International Conference on Social Dilemmas, Kyoto, August 20-24, 2009

  45. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI The linkage between social dilemma and indirect reciprocity. The 13th International Conference on Social Dilemmas, Kyoto, August 20-24, 2009

  46. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI The linkage between social dilemma and indirect reciprocity. The 50th annual meeting of the Japanese Society of Social Psychology & the 56th annual meeting of the Japanese Group Dynamics Association , Osaka University, October 10th-12th, 2009 (in Japanese)

  47. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI@Reputational benefits of sanctioners. The 14th International Conference on Social Dilemmas, Amsterdam, July 5-9, 2011

  48. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI@Experimental study about the reputation of sanctioners. The 52nd annual meeting of the Japanese Society of Social Psychology, Nagoya University, September 18-19, 2011 (in Japanese)

  49. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI@Comaparison of reputations of various types of sanctioners. The 4th annual meeting of Human Behavior & Evoltuion Society of Japan, Hokkaido University, November 19-20, 2011 (in Japanese)

  50. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI@Experimental examination of reputation of collective sanctioners. The 15th International Conference on Social Dilemmas, Zurich, July 10-13, 2013

  51. Rie MASHIMA The effect of the agreement on the reputation of sanctioners.@The 9th annual meeting of Kyusyu study group on Social Psychology, Kumamoto Gakuen University, December 14, 2013 (in Japanese)

Poster Presentations
  1. Riri MA, Rie MASHIMA, Masako KIKUCHI, Eri SHIMOMA & Toshio YAMAGISHI, Are faces of cheaters better recognized? The 3rd Annual Meeting of Human Behavior and Evolution Society of Japan, The University of Tokyo, December 15, 2001 (in Japanese)

  2. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI, The emergence of indirect reciprocity. The 4th Annual Meeting of Human Behavior and Evolution Society of Japan, Hokkaido University, November 30 - December 1, 2002 (in Japanese)

  3. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI, The emergence of indirect reciprocity. The First CEFOM/21 International Symposium on Cultural and Ecological Foundations of the Mind, Hokkaido University, June 23-26, 2003

  4. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI, The emergence of indirect reciprocity. The Second CEFOM/21 International Symposium on Culture, Norms, and Evolution, Hokkaido University, August 6-8, 2003

  5. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI, The Emergence of Indirect Reciprocity: Is the standing strategy the answer? The 10th International Conference on Social Dilemmas, Marstrand, Sweden, August 19-23, 2003

  6. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI, The emergence of indirect reciprocity. The Third CEFOM/21 International Symposium on Trust in Groups from Cross-Societal Perspectives, Hokkaido University, September 26-28, 2003

  7. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI, Interpersonal processes and relationship. 28th International Congress of Psychology, Beijing, China, August 8-13, 2004

  8. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI, The function of exchange: Comparison between the effect of experiencing generalized exchange and that of experiencing restricted exchange on behaviors in social dilemmas. The 51th Annual meeting of Hokkaido Psychological Assosiation, Hokkai-Gakuen University, October 17, 2004 (in Japanese)

  9. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI, An experimental study to examine strategies in indirect reciprocity settings. The 18th annual meeting of Human Behavior and Evolution Society, Philadelphia, June 7-11, 2006

  10. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI, An experimental study to examine strategies in situations of generalized exchange. The 8th Annual Meeting of Human Behavior and Evolution Society of Japan, The University of Tokyo, December 2-3, 2006 (in Japanese)

  11. Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI & Rie MASHIMA, Which is more important for the emergence of indirect reciprocity: Regarding giving to free-riders as gbadh, or regarding not-giving to free-riders as ggoodh? The 4th CEFOM/21 International Symposium gCultural and Adaptive Bases of Human Socialityh, International House of Japan, Tokyo, September 9-10, 2006

  12. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI, An empirical study to examine strategies of discriminative altruism in generalized exchange: an experimental study using selective play and forced play paradigm. The 54th Annual meeting of Hokkaido Psychological Assosiation, Hokkaido University of Education Asahikawa campus, Octover 7, 2007 (in Japanese)

  13. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI, How do we treat givers to free-riders in indirect reciprocity settings?: An experimental study to examine strategies in indirect reciprocity settings. The 20th Annual Meeting of Human Behavior & Evolution Society, Kyoto, June 4-8, 2008

  14. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI, How do we treat givers to free-riders in indirect reciprocity settings?: Do people help those who helped a free-rider in indirect reciprocity settings? 29th International Congress of Psychology, Berlin, Germany, July 20-25, 2008

  15. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI, Linckage between social dilemma and generalized exchange. Proceedings of the 49th annual meeting of the Japanese Society and Social Psychology, pp 236-237, Kagoshima Public Access Center, November 2-3, 2008 (in Japanese)

  16. Rie MASHIMA, Is the enemyfs friend an enemy too?: The emergence of altruism in generalized exchange. The 69th annual meeting of Kyushu Psychological Association, The university of Kitakyushu, November 8-9, 2008 (in Japanese)

  17. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI The linkage between social dilemma and indirect reciprocity. The 21st annual meeting of Human Behavior & Evolution Society, Fullerton, May 27-31, 2009

  18. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI The linkage between social dilemma and indirect reciprocity. The 2nd annual meeting of Human Behavior & Evoltuion Society of Japan, Kyusyu University, December 12-13, 2009 (in Japanese)

  19. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI@‘è–¼FIndirect reciprocity may or may not solve the social dilemma. The 22nd Annual Meeting of Human Behavior & Evolution Society, Eugene, June 16-20, 2010

  20. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI, Is "altruistic behavior driven by emotion" adaptive? Proceedings of the 51th annual meeting of the Japanese Society and Social Psychology, pp 786-787, Hiroshima University, September 17-18, 2010 (in Japanese)

  21. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI The linkage between social dilemma and indirect reciprocity. : The comarison between forced play paradigm and selective play paradigm. The 3rd annual meeting of Human Behavior & Evoltuion Society of Japan, Kobe University, December 4-5, 2010 (in Japanese)

  22. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI@How do people evaluate different types of sanctioners? The 23rd Annual Meeting of Human Behavior & Evolution Society, Montpellier, June 29-July 3, 2011

  23. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI, Experimental examination of reputation of individual sanctioner and two types of collective sanctioners. The 24th Annual Meeting of Human Behavior & Evolution Society, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, June 13-17, 2012

  24. Rie MASHIMA, Experimental examination of reputation of individual sanctioner and two types of collective sanctioners. The 24th Annual Meeting of Human Behavior & Evolution Society, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, June 13-17, 2012

  25. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI, The effect of agreement on the reputation of sanctioners. Proceedings of the 53rd annual meeting of the Japanese Society and Social Psychology, pp 197, Tsukuba International Congress Center, Tsukuba, November 17-18, 2012 (in Japanese)

  26. Rie MASHIMA, Experimental examination of reputation of collective sanctioners. The 5th annual meeting of Human Behavior & Evoltuion Society of Japan, University of Tokyo, Tokyo, December 1-2, 2012 (in Japanese)

  27. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI,@Experimenta examination of the effect of the agreement on the reputation of sanctioners. Proceedings of the 54th annual meeting of the Japanese Society and Social Psychology, pp 339, Okinawa International University, November 2-3, 2013

  28. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI, The reputaion of sanctioners under the internal and the external sanctioning system. The 6th annual meeting of Human Behavior & Evoltuion Society of Japan, Hiroshima Shudo University, December 7-8, 2013

  29. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI,@Experimental examination of third-party sanction in the situation where both punishment and reward are possible. Proceedings of the 55th annual meeting of the Japanese Society and Social Psychology, pp 206, Hokkaido University, July 26-27, 2014

  30. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI@An experimental examination of third-party sanctions when both punishments and rewards are possible. The 27th Annual Meeting of Human Behavior & Evolution Society, University of Missouri, Columbia, May 27-30, 2015

  31. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI@An experimental examination of third-party sanctions when both punishments and rewards are possible. 16th International Conference on Social Dilemmas, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, June 23-26, 2015

  32. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI Who educates a defecting partner?: The effect of opportunity cost on the ability to control a partnerfs behavior. The 17th International Conference on Social Dilemmas, Taormina, June 20-23, 2017

  33. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI,@The effect of the size of opportunity cost on strategies for maintaining personal relationship. Proceedings of the 58th annual meeting of the Japanese Society and Social Psychology, pp 426, Hiroshima University, October 28-29, 2017

  34. Rie MASHIMA & Nobuyuki TAKAHASHI, The effect of the size of opportunity cost on behavioral stratefies for coping with defective partners. The 10th annual meeting of Human Behavior & Evoltuion Society of Japan, Nagoya Institute of Technology, December 9-10, 2017

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