Japan Fire and Crisis Management Association
Research Fellow, Psychology
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Negative misconceptions about disaster behaviour through availability cascades: An exam...
Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology
Disaster myths among disaster response professionals and the source of such misconceptions
Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management
What Behaviors We Think We Do When a Disaster Strikes: Misconceptions and Realities of ...
Elite Panic, Japan
Who panics and when: A commonly accepted image of disaster panic in Japan.
International Perspectives in Psychology
The myth of increased crime in Japan: A false perception of crime frequency in post-dis...
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction
What makes disaster donors different from non-donors
Disaster Prevention and Management An International Journal
Disaster myths after the Great East Japan Disaster and the effects of information sourc...
Rule-breaking in an anonymous situation: When people decide to deviate from existing rules
International Journal of Psychology
The pursuit of self-interest and rule breaking in an anonymous situation
Journal of Applied Social Psychology
Reexamination of the Association Between Anonymity and Self-Interested Unethical Behavi...
The Psychological Record
Effects of Anonymity on Antisocial Behavior Committed by Individuals