"Transmission of culturally unique perspectives across generations"
Grant in Aid of Research
Final Report: "I used the awarded funds to attend the 22nd Congress of the International Association of Cross-Cultural Psychology in Reims, France. In attended this conference to take a part in an invited symposium, in which I presented my research paper entitled “Culture and attention: How and when children acquire culturally unique patterns of attention”. The funding helped me to cover the accommodation, ground transportation, and meals. In addition to getting the opportunity to present my research, this was a very important conference to attend because this is the largest international conference specific to my field of research. I was able to network with other researchers and build relationships for the future collaboration. I am also currently working on the manuscript based on my research presentation to be submitted for the conference E-book. I am grateful to receive the funds from Research Council, which enabled me to attend the conference.
Tangible project outcomes: Senzaki, S., & Masuda, T. (2014). Culture and attention: How and when children acquire culturally unique patterns of attention. Invited symposium presentation at the 22nd Congress of the International Association of Cross-Cultural Psychology, Reims, France."