Misato Inaba

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Misato Inaba Ph.D.

Postdoctoral Research Fellow of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science

Department of Sociology, Kansai University

e-mail: shangrileaf[at]gmail.com

Research topics: social exchange, linkage between situations, reputation, cooperation

Publications

Journal articles

  1. Inaba, M. & Takahashi, N. (2019). Linkage Based on the Kandori Norm Successfully Sustains Cooperation in Social Dilemmas. Games. 10(1), 10. download
  2. Inaba, M., Inoue, Y., Akutsu, S., Takahashi, N., & Yamagishi, T. (2018). Preference and strategy in proposer’s prosocial giving in the ultimatum game. Plos One, 13(3), e0193877.download
  3. Inaba, M. & Takahashi, N. (2018). The use of reputation in repeated dyadic interactions. Rationality and Society, 30(1), 54-79. download
  4. Inaba, M., Takahashi, N., & Ohtsuki, H. (2016). Robustness of linkage strategy that leads to large-scale cooperation. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 409, 97-107. download
  5. Inaba, M. & Takahashi, N.. (2012). Comparison of the effects of exchange forms on social solidarity. Japanese Journal Of Psychology, 83, 27-34.(In Japanese with English abstract)


Book chapters

  1. Takahashi, N., Hatano, A., Inaba, M., Onoda, R., & Simunovic, D. (2014). Social learning, trial-and-error, and creativity. pp.49-63 in Akazawa T., Ogihara, N., Tanabe, H. C., and Terashima, H. (Eds.), Dynamics of Learning in Neanderthals and Modern Humans. Vol.2. Cognitive and Physical Perspectives. Tokyo: Springer.


Presentations

Oral presentation

  1. Yoko Kitakaji & Misato Inaba. (2019, June). The effect of punishment on cooperation in the nested social dilemma. The 18th International Conference on Social Dilemmas, Sedona.
  2. Nobuyuki Takahashi & Misato Inaba. (2018, March). Voting with their feet promotes mutual cooperation. The 14th Meeting of the German-Japanese Society for Social Sciences, Osnabrueck.
  3. Misato Inaba, Nobuyuki Takahashi, & Seina Katsuura. (2017, June). Which type of sanctioning institution is the most attractive and effective? The 17th International Conference on Social Dilemmas, Taormina.
  4. Misato Inaba & Nobuyuki Takahashi. (2015, June). Under what conditions can a linkage strategy lead to mutual cooperation? The 16th International Conference on Social Dilemmas, Hong Kong.
  5. Nobuyuki Takahashi, Misato Inaba, Ryoichi Onoda, & Yuta Takekawa. (2015, June). The role of psychological inference on the promotion of promiscuous trust. The 16th International Conference on Social Dilemmas, Hong Kong.
  6. Misato Inaba & Nobuyuki Takahashi. (2015, May). Robustness of linkage strategy which leads to mutual cooperation. The 27th Annual Meeting of the Human Behavior and Evolution Society, Columbia.
  7. Nobuyuki Takahashi & Misato Inaba. (2013, July). Why do people selectively give benefits to cooperators in SD? The 25th Annual Meeting of the Human Behavior and Evolution Society, Miami.
  8. Misato Inaba & Nobuyuki Takahashi. (2013, July). Psychological processes of linkage between social dilemmas and social exchange. The 15th International Conference on Social Dilemmas, Zurich.
  9. Nobuyuki Takahashi, Ayaka Hatano, Misato Inaba, Ryoichi Onoda, & Dora Simunovic. (2012, November). Social learning, trial-and-error, and creativity. International Conference on Replacement of Neanderthals by Modern Humans: Testing Evolutionary Models of Learning. Tokyo.
  10. Nobuyuki Takahashi, Misato Inaba, Ayaka Hatano, & Ryoichi Onoda. (2012, June). Are sanctioners selected as leaders?. The 24th Annual Meeting of the Human Behavior and Evolution Society, Albuquerque.
  11. Nobuyuki Takahashi, Misato Inaba, & Haruka Nakagawa. (2011, June). Comparison of four types of sanctioning mechanism. The 23rd Annual Meeting of the Human Behavior and Evolution Society, Montpellier.


Poster presentation

  1. Misato Inaba, Tetsuya Kawamura, & Kazuhito Ogawa . (2019, June). Minimum requirement of metarule that solves the dilemma of endogenous. The 18th International Conference on Social Dilemmas, Sedona.
  2. Misato Inaba & Nobuyuki Takahashi. (2018, July). Second-Order Reputation in a Linked game. The 30th Annual Meeting of the Human Behavior and Evolution Society, Amsterdam.
  3. Misato Inaba, Nobuyuki Takahashi, & Seina Katsuura. (2016, July). Voluntary formation of sanctioning institutions in social dilemmas and their effectiveness. The 31st International Congress of Psychology, Yokohama.
  4. Misato Inaba & Nobuyuki Takahashi. (2016, June). Direct exchange or indirect exchange; which exchange enables the evolution of cooperation in social dilemmas? The 28rd Annual Meeting of the Human Behavior and Evolution Society, Vancouver.
  5. Misato Inaba & Nobuyuki Takahashi. (2012, June). Do people link a prisoner's dilemma game with a social dilemma game even when only they know their partners' behaviors in SD?. The 24th Annual Meeting of the Human Behavior and Evolution Society, Albuquerque.
  6. Misato Inaba & Nobuyuki Takahashi. (2011, June). Comparison of the effects of exchange form on social solidarity. The 23rd Annual Meeting of the Human Behavior and Evolution Society, Montpellier.


Award

  1. 2016 SAGE-Hokkaido Award for Best Journal Article in Social Sciences
  2. 2012 Travel Award, The 16th Conference of Experimental Social Sciences
  3. 2012 Young Researcher's Presentation Award, The 16th Conference of Experimental Social Sciences
  4. 2012 Travel Award, The 5th Annual Meeting of the Human Behavior & Evolution Society of Japan
  5. 2011 Graduate Student Scholorship for Presentation in International Conferences, The Japanese Society of Social Psychology


Working papers

  1. Inaba, M., Takahashi, N., & Ohtsuki, H. (2016). Robustness of linkage strategy that leads to large-scale cooperation. Center for Experimental Research in Social Sciences Working Paper Series (No. 146). Hokkaido University. download
  2. Inaba, M. & Takahashi, N. (2015). Reputation solves social dilemma because people assume that others' reputation reflect their disposition.Center for Experimental Research in Social Sciences Working Paper Series (No. 144). Hokkaido University. download


Education

  • 2016 Hokkaido University, Behavioral Science, Ph.D.
  • 2013 Hokkaido University, Behavioral Science, M.A.
  • 2011 Hokkaido University, Behavioral Science, B.A.


Professional Experience

  • 2018 - Present Research Fellow of Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (PD), Japan
  • 2017 Postdoctoral Fellow, Center for Experimental Economics at Kansai University, Japan
  • 2017 Part-time Instructor, Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan
  • 2017 Part-time Instructor, Kansai University, Japan
  • 2016 Oct-2017 March Postdoctoral researcher at Hokkaido University Faculty of Letters, Japan
  • 2016 Research assistant in Hokkaido University Faculty of Letters, Japan
  • 2016 Teaching assistant in Hokkaido University Faculty of Letters, Japan
  • 2015 - 2016 Part-time Instructor, Hokkaido University of Science, Japan
  • 2013 - 2015 Research Fellow of Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (DC1), Japan
  • 2012 Teaching assistant in Hokkaido University Faculty of Letters, Japan
  • 2011 Teaching assistant in Hokkaido University Faculty of Letters, Japan