Faculty of Administration & Social Sciences, Fukushima University

Tatsuya Sato, Associate Professor(Social psychology, History of psychology)

(former VSITING FELLOW at the Department of Psychology, the University of Tokyo),

LINK TO History of Department of Psychology, University of Tokyo

Editor of the Journal "History of Psychology and Psychology Studies"

Research interests:

Social psychology, History of psychology .

Research tour(History of psychology) in USA! Web site(English Version) is here.

"History of Psychology and Psychology Studies" Web site(English Version) is here.

Selected Publications:

Sato, T. (1999). New Psychology Curriculum Arises from a Dispute during Pre-WWII Japan. History of Psychology and Psychology Studies, 1, 19-29.;Abstract in English).

Sato, T. and Mizoguchi, H.(Eds.) (1997). History of the Japanese Psychology. Kitaohji-shobo: Kyoto.(In Japanese)

Sato, T. (1997). Intelligence Quotient. Kodansha: Tokyo, Japan.

Sato, T. (1993). Blood-typing: As a lay personality theory. Japanese Journal of Social Psychology, 8, 197-208(In Japanese).

Sato, T. and Watanabe, Y. (1993). Psychological Studies on Blood-typing in Japan.Japanese Psychological Review, 35, 234-268(In Japanese).

Sato, T. and Watanabe, Y. (1995). The Furukawa theory of blood-type and temperament: The origins of a temperament theory during the 1920s. The Japanese Journal of Personality, 3, 51-65(In Japanese;Abstract in English).

International Conference Presentations:

Sato, T. , Mizoguchi, H., Takasuna, M., and Nishikawa,Y. (2000)

Yuzero Motora, as the first Japanese psychologist.|Psychophysics, Educational Psychology, and Zen The 27nd International Conference of Psychology(Sweden); Abstract in English.

Sato, T. (1997).

Japanese blood-typing as biased stereotypes. The 2nd Conference of The Asian Association of Social Psychology(Kyoto), P65.

Professional Experience

  1. 1988-1994 Research Associate(Joshu), Department of Psychology, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Tokyo, Japan.
  2. 1994- Now Associate Professor, Department of Sociology(Social Psychology), Faculty of Administration & Social Sciences, Fukushima University , Fukushima, Japan.
  3. 1997.5-1998.2 Visiting Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, Graduate School of Humanities and Sociology, University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan.

E-mail: a096@ipc.fukushima-u.ac.jp

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