マジマ ヨシマサ
  眞嶋 良全   社会福祉学部 福祉心理学科   准教授
■ 標題
  The Effect of Induced Processing Orientation on a Holistic-analytic Thinking Task
■ 概要
  The present study explores a possible link between global-local processing bias and holistic-analytic ways of thinking showing a significant cultural difference between the Eastern and Western cultures. Results showed that Japanese participants preferred family-resemblance (i.e. holistic) solution to rule-based solution, and that manipulating the precedence (global, local, or mixed) Navon stimuli did not affect overall response pattern. However, prior local orientation slowed response latencies more than did global orientation. It may imply that preceding global-local processing orientation influences focus on the focal object and thus modifies our ways of reasoning.
   単著   Proceedings of the EuroAsianPacific Joint Conference on Cognitive Science   pp.577-581   2015/09