Intergenerational transmission of basic psychological need satisfaction: The critical role of parental perceptions.

Kurdi, V., Fukuzumi, N., Ishii, R., Tamura, A., Nakazato, N., Ohtani, K., Ishikawa, S., Suzuki, T., Sakaki, M., Murayama, K., & Tanaka, A. (Preprint). Intergenerational transmission of basic psychological need satisfaction: The critical role of parental perceptions.

Understanding the forbidden fruit effect: People’s desire to see what is forbidden and unavailable.

FitzGibbon, L., Ogulumus, C., Fastrich, G. M., Lau, J. K. L., Aslan, S., Lepore, L., & Murayama, K. (Preprint). Understanding the forbidden fruit effect: People’s desire to see what is forbidden and unavailable.

Friendship networks and academic motivation: A longitudinal investigation examining selection and influence processes in adolescents.

Burgess, L. G., McNabb, C. B., FitzGibbon, L., Mulligan, N., Fancourt, A., Riddell, P., & Murayama, K. (Preprint). Friendship networks and academic motivation: A longitudinal investigation examining selection and influence processes in adolescents.

Motivated for near impossibility: How task type and reward modulates intrinsic motivation and the striatal activation for an extremely difficult task?

Murayama, K.*, Sakaki, M.*, Meliss, S.*, Yomogida, Y., Matsumori, K., Sugiura, A., Matsumoto, M., & Matsumoto, K. (Preprint). Motivated for near impossibility: How task type and reward modulates intrinsic motivation and the striatal activation for an extremely difficult task? *Shared first authorship

These are not the effects you are looking for: Causality and the within-between person distinction in longitudinal data analysis.

Rohrer, J. M., & Murayama, K. (Preprint). These are not the effects you are looking for: Causality and the within-between person distinction in longitudinal data analysis.

People underestimate their capability to motivate themselves without performance-based extrinsic incentives.

Kuratomi, K., Johnsen, L., Kitagami, S., Hatano, A., & Murayama, K. (Preprint). People underestimate their capability to motivate themselves without performance-based extrinsic incentives.

Curiosity carry-over effect.

Fastrich, G. M., & Murayama, K. (Preprint). Curiosity carry-over effect.