Parental perception matters: Reciprocal relations between adolescents’ depressive symptoms and parental perceptions

Ohtani, K., Tamura, A., Sakaki, M., Murayama, K., Ishikawa, S., Ishii, R., Nakazato, N., Suzuki, T., & Tanaka, A. (2023). Parental perception matters: Reciprocal relations between adolescents’ depressive symptoms and parental perceptions. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 70(1), 103–118.

Memory of the U.K.’s 2016 EU referendum: The effects of valence on the long-term measures of a public event.

Raw, J., Rorke, A., Ellis, J., Murayama, K., & Sakaki, M. (2023). Memory of the U.K.’s 2016 EU referendum: The effects of valence on the long-term measures of a public event. Emotion, 23(1), 52–74.

Exploring the within-person contemporaneous network of motivational engagement.

Tamura, A., Ishii, R., Yagi, A., Fukuzumi, N., Hatano, A., Sakaki, M., Tanaka, A., & Murayama, K. (2022). Exploring the within-person contemporaneous network of motivational engagement. Learning and Instruction, 81, 101649.

Predictive validity of state versus trait challenge and boredom for career aspirations.

Krannich, M., Goetz, T., Roos, A.-L., Murayama, K., Keller, M. M., Bieg, M., & Lipnevich, A. A. (2022). Predictive validity of state versus trait challenge and boredom for career aspirations. Learning and Instruction, 81, 101596.

Resting-state functional connectivity does not predict individual differences in the effects of emotion on memory

Kandaleft, D., Murayama, K., Roesch, E., & Sakaki, M. (2022). Resting-state functional connectivity does not predict individual differences in the effects of emotion on memory. Scientific Reports, 12(1), 14481.

The effect of low-intensity exercise on emotional and cognitive engagement in the classroom.

Tamura, A., Murayama, K., Ishii, R., Sakaki, M., & Tanaka, A. (2022). The effect of low-intensity exercise on emotional and cognitive engagement in the classroom. Npj Science of Learning, 7(1), 9.

The differences and similarities between curiosity and interest: Meta-analysis and network analyses.

Tang, X., Renninger, K. A., Hidi, S. E., Murayama, K., Lavonen, J., & Salmela-Aro, K. (2022). The differences and similarities between curiosity and interest: Meta-analysis and network analyses. Learning and Instruction, 80, 101628.

Thinking about thinking: People underestimate how enjoyable and engaging just waiting is.

Hatano, A., Ogulmus, C., Shigemasu, H., & Murayama, K. (2022). Thinking about thinking: People underestimate how enjoyable and engaging just waiting is. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 151(12), 3213–3229.

Benefits of additional online practice opportunities in higher education.

Schwerter, J., Dimpfl, T., Bleher, J., & Murayama, K. (2022). Benefits of additional online practice opportunities in higher education. The Internet and Higher Education, 53, 100834.

How are curiosity and interest different? Naïve bayes classification of people’s beliefs.

Donnellan, E., Aslan, S., Fastrich, G. M., & Murayama, K. (2022). How are curiosity and interest different? Naïve bayes classification of people’s beliefs. Educational Psychology Review, 34(1), 73–105.