Yuki Nozaki

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A lecturer of psychology at the Konan university, Japan

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Oral Presentations in International Conferences

  • Nozaki, Y. (2017). The structure of emotional competence: A Bayesian structural equation modeling approach. In L. Faria (Chair), Emotional intelligence: Cross-cultural validation of trait and ability-based instruments. 6th International Congress on Emotional Intelligence, Porto, Portugal, July 20.
  • Nozaki, Y., Mikolajczak, M., & Gross, J. J. (2017). Applying the process model of emotion regulation to interpersonal emotion regulation among a working population. In K. A. Pekaar & D. Van der Linden (Chair), Dealing with emotions at work: The why and how of emotion appraisal and emotion regulation. 18th Congress of the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology, Dublin, Ireland, May 19.
  • Nozaki, Y. & Koyasu, M. (2016). Emotional competence and satisfaction with university life among students and faculties. 31st International Congress of Psychology, Yokohama, Japan, July 28.

Paper & Poster Presentations in International Conferences

  • Nozaki, Y. (2016). Dissimilarity of the target from the self lowers confidence and implementation of extrinsic anger regulation. 17th Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, San Diego, CA, USA, January 29.
  • Nozaki, Y. & Koyasu, M. (2015). The location of emotional competence in the multiple intelligences theory seen from laypersons. The International Society for the Study of Individual Differences 2015 Conference, London, Canada, July 29.
  • Nozaki, Y. & Koyasu, M. (2015). Measurement and structural invariance of the Profile of Emotional Competence across Japanese and Belgian Populations. 16th Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Long Beach, CA, USA, February 27.
  • Nozaki, Y. (2014). Emotionally competent people can relieve ostracized other’s sadness without target’s explicit emotional expression. 17th European Conference on Personality, Lausanne, Switzerland, July 18.
  • Nozaki, Y. & Koyasu, M. (2014). Emotionally intelligent people confidently regulate dissimilar others’ anger nearly as well as their own anger. 17th European Association of Social Psychology General Meeting, Amsterdam, Netherlands, July 9.
  • Nakayama, M., Ishibashi, Y., Masuda, M., Nozaki, Y., Tominaga, A., Tanida, Y., & Saito, S. (2014). Backward association effects of long-term phonological knowledge in immediate serial recall. Meeting of the Experimental Psychology Society, University of College London, UK, January 9.
  • Nozaki, Y. & Koyasu, M. (2013). Effects of trait emotional intelligence on regulation of ostracized others’ retaliation. 4th International Congress on Emotional Intelligence, New York, NY, USA, September 10.
  • Nozaki, Y. & Koyasu, M. (2013). Effects of emotional intelligence on inhibiting retaliation for ostracism. 18th Conference of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology, Budapest, Hungary, August 30.
  • Nakayama, M., Ishibashi, Y., Masuda, M., Nozaki, Y., Tominaga, A., Tanida, Y., & Saito, S. (2013). Are bi-mora frequency effects position-specific? Accumulation and implementation of long-term phonological knowledge for serial ordering. 18th Conference of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology, Budapest, Hungary, August 30.

Oral Presentations in Japanese Conferences

  • Nozaki, Y. (2015). Self-other dissimilarity decreases confidence and implementation of anger regulation towards another person. The 56th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Social Psychology, Tokyo Woman's Christian University, October 31.
  • Nozaki, Y. (2014). Mediation analysis and moderated mediation analysis. The 56th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Association of Educational Psychology, Kobe Convention Center, November 8.

Paper & Poster Presentations in Japanese Conferences

  • Nozaki, Y. & Koyasu, M. (2015). The location of emotional competence in the multiple intelligences theory seen from laypersons (2): Perspectives form self-rated ability. The 79th Annual Convention of Japanese Psychological Association, Nagoya Congress Center, September 22.
  • Nozaki, Y. & Koyasu, M. (2015). The location of emotional competence in the multiple intelligences theory seen from laypersons (1): Perspectives form importance for thriving in society. The 57th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Association of Educational Psychology, Toki Messe, August 26.
  • Nozaki, Y. (2015). Emotional competence and vicarious emotions during observing ostracism. The 24th Annual Meeting of the Japan Society of Personality Psychology, Hokkaido University of Education, August 22.
  • Nozaki, Y. & Koyasu, M. (2014). Development of a Japanese version of the Profile of Emotional Competence (2): Concurrent and incremental validity. The 56th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Association of Educational Psychology, Kobe Convention Center, November 9.
  • Nozaki, Y. (2014). Emotional competence and extrinsic emotion regulation towards an ostracized person. The 23th Annual Meeting of the Japan Society of Personality Psychology, University of Yamanashi, October 4.
  • Nozaki, Y. & Koyasu, M. (2014). Development of a Japanese version of the Profile of Emotional Competence (1): International comparison of the factor structure. The 78th Annual Convention of Japanese Psychological Association, Doshisha University, September 10.
  • Nozaki, Y. & Koyasu, M. (2013). Effects of trait emotional intelligence on regulation of ostracized others’ retaliation. The 22th Annual Meeting of the Japan Society of Personality Psychology, Edogawa University, October 12.
  • Nozaki, Y. (2013). Effects of regulation of emotions in the self and others on the change of emotional intelligence during the period of term examinations. The 55th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Association of Educational Psychology, Hosei University, August 18.
  • Nozaki, Y. & Koyasu, M. (2012). Effects of cognitive appraisals and coping on the development of emotional intelligence during preparation for a university entrance examination. The 54th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Association of Educational Psychology, University of the Ryukyus, November 25.
  • Nozaki, Y. & Koyasu, M. (2012). Effects of emotional intelligence on inhibiting retaliation for ostracism. The 76th Annual Convention of Japanese Psychological Association, Senshu University, September 11.
  • Nozaki, Y. & Koyasu, M. (2011). Effects of resilience and posttraumatic growth on emotional intelligence on the basis of a distinction between self and others domains. The 75h Annual Convention of Japanese Psychological Association, Nihon University, September 15.

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