Ryota Takano

ABOUT ME

I am a postdoctoral fellow (JSPS PD) of the Department of Social Psychology at the University of Tokyo in Japan.

I use multiple methodologies that include behavioral experiments, physiological measurement, and neuroimaging (mind, body, and brain) to understand the hierarchical mechanisms underlying how humans perceive themselves, others, groups, and the world.

To this end, currently, I am particularly interested in emotional, bodily, and social underpinnings of the self-transcendence and hyper-sensitive sociality of humans (e.g., awe, bodily posture, physiological responses, coordination).

Curriculum Vitae
E-mail:
ryotatakano6[at]gmail.com

ABOUT ME

I am a postdoctoral fellow (JSPS PD) of the Department of Social Psychology at the University of Tokyo in Japan.

I use multiple methodologies that include behavioral experiments, physiological measurement, and neuroimaging (mind, body, and brain) to understand the hierarchical mechanisms underlying how humans perceive themselves, others, groups, and the world.

To this end, currently, I am particularly interested in emotional, bodily, and social underpinnings of the self-transcendence and hyper-sensitive sociality of humans (e.g., awe, bodily posture, physiological responses, coordination).

Curriculum Vitae
E-mail:
ryotatakano6[at]gmail.com