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  HITOSHI YAMAMOTO
   Department   Department of Business Administration, Faculty of Business Administration
   Position   Professor
■ Present specialized field
Library and information science, humanistic and social informatics, Web informatics and service informatics, Social systems engineering 
■ Book and thesis
1. Article The effects of psychological attitudes on voluntary cooperation against COVID-19: an analysis using a social dilemma framework Journal of Socio-Informatics 16(1),pp.17-31 (Collaboration) 2023/11/01Link
2. Article Individuals reciprocate negative actions revealing negative upstream reciprocity PLOS ONE 18(7),pp.e0288019 (Collaboration) 2023/07/05Link
3. Article Effects of media on preventive behaviour during the COVID-19 pandemic Humanities and social sciences communications 10(58) (Collaboration) 2023/02/14Link
4. Article Exploring norms indispensable for both emergence and maintenance of cooperation in indirect reciprocity Frontiers in Physics 10,pp.1-9 (Collaboration) 2022/09/30Link
5. Article Asymmetric effects of social and economic incentives on cooperation in real effort based public goods games PLOS ONE 16(4),pp.e0249217 (Collaboration) 2021/04/14Link
6. Article Cooperation in spatial public good games depends on the locality effects of game, adaptation, and punishment Scientific Reports 11(1),pp.7642 (Collaboration) 2021/04/07Link
7. Article Justified defection is neither justified nor unjustified in indirect reciprocity PLOS ONE 15(6),pp.e0235137 (Collaboration) 2020/06Link
8. Article Hybrid Assessment Scheme Based on the Stern-Judging Rule for Maintaining Cooperation under Indirect Reciprocity Games 11(1),pp.13 (Collaboration) 2020/02Link
9. Article Effect of voluntary participation on an alternating and a simultaneous prisoner's dilemma Physical Review E 100(3),pp.032304 (Collaboration) 2019/09Link
10. Article A belief in rewards accelerates cooperation on consumer-generated media Journal of Computational Social Science pp.1-13 (Collaboration) 2019/07Link
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■ Book and thesis
1. Book Ohsawa, Y. et al.(Eds.), Advances in Artificial Intelligence. JSAI 2019. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol 1128.  pp.55-65 (Collaboration) 2020/02Link
2. Book T. Terano et.al(Eds.), Agent-Based Simulation: From Modeling Methodologies to Real-World Applications, Springer  pp.48-57 (Collaboration) 2005/10
3. Book R. Falcone et al. (Eds.): Trusting Agents for Trusting Electronic Societies: Theory and Applications in HCI and E-Commerce, Springer  pp.218-234 (Collaboration) 2005/09
■ Academic conference presentation
1. 2022/09/15 Opinion polarization caused by misestimation of opinion distributions (Social Simulation Conference 2022)
2. 2022/07/19 How is justified defection assessed? Experimental study of the distribution of assessment rules in indirect reciprocity (The 19th International Conference on Social Dilemmas)
3. 2022/07/20 Effect of two types of incentives on cooperation: a real effort based public goods game (The 19th International Conference on Social Dilemmas)
4. 2019/01/08 An analysis of social dilemma in the moral AI society (52nd Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences)
5. 2018/08/23 An agent-based approach to a norm ecosystem: Exploring indispensable norms for promoting and maintaining cooperation (Social Simulation Conference 2018)
6. 2018/01/03 Social Simulation on Social Dilemmas (Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences)
7. 2017/09/28 Is an unsung hero necessary? An analysis of social norms required for the transition to cooperative societies (The Social Simulation Conference 2017)
8. 2017/09/26 Expectation for response encourages social media (The Social Simulation Conference 2017)
9. 2017/07/12 Games with prospect: a simple solution mechanism to social dilemma (Mathematical Models in Ecology and Evolution)
10. 2017/07/12 Development of a norm ecosystem to understand different roles of social norms in indirect reciprocity (Mathematical Models in Ecology and Evolution)
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