MUTO Sera


Position

Lecturer

Affiliation

Faculty of Core Research Human Science Division

Faculty of Letters and Education Human and Social Sciences

Organization for Human Life Innovation and Development Institute for Education and Human Development

Faculty

Human and Social Sciences

Education Organization (Master's Program)

Department of Educational Science

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Academic 【 display / non-display

  • The University of Tokyo, University, 2011/03, Graduated, JAPAN

Campus Career 【 display / non-display

  • Faculty of Core Research General Education Division, Lecturer

  • Campus Educational System Reform Division Center for Research and Development of Education, Lecturer

  • Faculty of Letters and Education Human and Social Sciences, Lecturer

  • Headquarters for Campus Educational System Reform Center for Institutional Research, Educational Development, and Learning Support, Lecturer

  • Graduate School of Humanities and Sciences, Education Organization, Master's Program, Lecturer

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Books 【 display / non-display

  • Psychology of respect-related emotions

    2018.02, MUTO Sera, Book

  • Handbook of Psychology of Emotion

    2019.09, Research Book, 100-141

  • Positive psychology for nursing

    Igaku-Shoin Ltd.2021.02, MUTO Sera, AKIYAMA Miki, SHIMAI Satoshi, MAENO Takashi, Research Book, 160-169

Papers 【 display / non-display

  • The General Factor of Personality (GFP), trait emotional intelligence, and problem behaviors in Japanese teens

    Personality and Individual Differences, vol.171(p.110480 - ), 2021.03, KAWAMOTO Tetsuya, KUBOTA KOMOTO Aiko, SAKAKIBARA Ryota, MUTO Sera, TONEGAWA Akiko, KOMATSU Sahoko, ENDO Toshihiko, Original, Research paper (scientific journal), Coauthor

  • Trait respect is linked to reduced gray matter volume in the anterior temporal lobe

    Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, vol.14(p.344 - ), 2020.08, NAKATANI Hironori, NONAKA Yulri, MUTO Sera, ASANO Michiko, FUJIMURA Tomomi, NAKAI Tomoya, OKANOYA Kazuo, Original, Research paper (scientific journal), Coauthor

  • The conceptual structure of positive emotions in Japanese university and graduate students

    Japanese Journal of Psychology, vol.89(5)(p.479 - 489), 2018.12, SUGAWARA Daichi, MUTO Sera, SUGIE Masashi, Original, Research paper (scientific journal), Coauthor

  • Respect and admiration differentially activate the anterior temporal lobe

    Neuroscience Research, 2018.09, NAKATANI Hironori, MUTO Sera, NONAKA Yulri, NAKAI Tomoya, FUJIMURA Tomomi, OKANOYA Kazuo, Original, Research paper (scientific journal), Coauthor

  • Prototypical positive emotions in ]apanese university and graduate students

    Tsukuba Psychological Research, vol.52(p.109 - 116), 2016.08, SUGAWARA Daichi, MUTO Sera, SUGIE Masashi, Original, Research paper (bulletin of university, research institution), Coauthor

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Presentations 【 display / non-display

  • How the conceptualization of feelings can be a shortcut to the integration of the component process model and the psychological construction approach

    MUTO Sera, International, 2020.05, 2020 SAS (Society for Affective Science) Annual Conference, Virtual Conference, Society for Affective Science, Not Invited, Main Speaker

  • Five trait respect-related emotions differentially predict happiness in Japanese people

    MUTO Sera, International, 2019.07, ISRE 2019: Conference of the International Society for Research on Emotion, Amsterdam, Netherlands, University of Amsterdam, Not Invited, Main Speaker

  • Are meanings of awe shared across cultures? (Symposium presentation)

    NAKAYAMA Masataka, BAI Yang, MARUSKIN Laura A., KELTNER Dacher, TAYLOR Pamela, UCHIDA Yukiko, MUTO Sera, International, 2016.08, 23rd Congress of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology, Nagoya (Japan), Not Invited, Coauthor

  • Emotions associated with “respect” induces physiological change

    KONDO Sotaro, FUJIMURA Tomomi, NAKATANI Hironori, NONAKA Yulri, MUTO Sera, OKANOYA Kazuo, International, 2016.07, 31st International Congress of Psychology, Yokohama (Japan), Not Invited, Coauthor

  • Trait respect correlates positively with prosocial behavior in Japanese university students

    MUTO Sera, International, 2016.07, 31st International Congress of Psychology, Nagoya (Japan), Not Invited, Main Speaker

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