Shoko Yamane

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We examined the influence of a ticking clock on task performance using a laboratory experiment. We investigated how performance changed in response to various clock ticking speeds using a trick clock that allowed us to control its ticking speed. We found that the subjects’ performance was influenced by the speed at which the clock ticked: Particularly,(More)
The positive relationship between trust and happiness is well documented in the well-being literature. However, it is not yet clear how much of this relationship is moderated across different environmental conditions. The Great East Japan Earthquake of 2011 is considered one of the most catastrophic events in human history. It caused not only severe(More)
This study aims to improve the dietary habits of university students by planting an easy choice.First, we captured the dietary habits of university students by analyzing their purchasing behavior with the data from their meal cards (a prepaid food voucher). As a result of analysis, we found that the dietary habits of meal card users are unbalanced and have(More)
We examined influence of a clock ticking on task performance using a laboratory experiment. We determined performance at various clock speeds using a trick clock that allowed us to control the speed of the ticking. We found that which the clock ticked, and people performed more slowly with a slow clock. We demonstrated that common environmental stimuli we(More)
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