Chisato Suzuki

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The superior capability of cognitive experts largely depends on automatic, quick information processing, which is often referred to as intuition. Intuition develops following extensive long-term training. There are many cognitive models on intuition development, but its neural basis is not known. Here we trained novices for 15 weeks to learn a simple board(More)
Emotional events resulting from a choice influence an individual's subsequent decision making. Although the relationship between emotion and decision making has been widely discussed, previous studies have mainly investigated decision outcomes that can easily be mapped to reward and punishment, including monetary gain/loss, gustatory stimuli, and pain.(More)
People have long speculated whether the evolution of bipedalism in early hominins triggered tool use (by freeing their hands) or whether the necessity of making and using tools encouraged the shift to upright gait. Either way, it is commonly thought that one led to the other. In this study, we sought to shed new light on the origins of manual dexterity and(More)
37 Emotional events resulting from a choice influence an individual’s subsequent 38 decision-making. Although the relationship between emotion and decision-making has 39 been widely discussed, previous studies have mainly investigated decision outcomes 40 that can easily be mapped to reward and punishment, including monetary gain/loss, 41 gustatory stimuli,(More)
Kentaro Katahira, Yoshi-Taka Matsuda, Tomomi Fujimura, Kenichi Ueno, Takeshi Asamizuya, Chisato Suzuki, Kang Cheng, Kazuo Okanoya, and Masato Okada ERATO, Okanoya Emotional Information Project, Japan Science Technology Agency, Wako, Saitama, Japan; Emotional Information Joint Research Laboratory, RIKEN Brain Science Institute, Wako, Saitama, Japan; Support(More)
We have a social preference to reduce inequity in the outcomes between oneself and others. Such a preference varies according to others. We performed functional magnetic resonance imaging during an economic game to investigate how the perceived moral traits of others modulate the neural activities that underlie inequity-aversion. The participants(More)
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