2022 - Research.com Psychology in Japan Leader Award
2005 - Fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA)
His primary scientific interests are in Working memory, Cognition, Cognitive psychology, Developmental psychology and Short-term memory. The various areas that Akira Miyake examines in his Working memory study include Cognitive science, Comprehension and Reading. His Cognition study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Latent variable, Task and Set.
His Cognitive psychology research includes elements of Control, Functional neuroimaging, Articulatory suppression, Elementary cognitive task and Attentional control. His studies deal with areas such as Twin study, Heritability and Executive functions as well as Developmental psychology. The Short-term memory study combines topics in areas such as Syntax, Child development, Reading comprehension and Spatial memory.
His main research concerns Internal medicine, Endocrinology, Geochemistry, Mineralogy and Cognitive psychology. Hypothalamus, Anterior pituitary, Estrogen, Gonadotropin and Epidermal growth factor are among the areas of Internal medicine where Akira Miyake concentrates his study. His Endocrinology research focuses on Luteinizing hormone, Hormone, Pituitary gland, Prolactin and Secretion.
His Cognitive psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Working memory and Cognition. He specializes in Working memory, namely Short-term memory. His Cognition research focuses on subjects like Developmental psychology, which are linked to Executive functions.
Geochemistry, Mineralogy, Astrobiology, Meteorite and Carbonaceous chondrite are his primary areas of study. His Xenolith, Metamorphic rock and Olivine study in the realm of Geochemistry connects with subjects such as Coesite. Akira Miyake performs multidisciplinary study on Mineralogy and Sillimanite in his works.
His work in the fields of Astrobiology, such as Asteroid and Space weathering, intersects with other areas such as Lunar meteorite. In general Meteorite study, his work on Formation and evolution of the Solar System often relates to the realm of Clan, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His Carbonaceous chondrite research is multidisciplinary, relying on both COSMIC cancer database, Microstructure and Parent body.
Akira Miyake spends much of his time researching Cognitive psychology, Cognition, Executive functions, Meteorite and Mineralogy. His work deals with themes such as Working memory, Attentional control, Dysphoria and Cognitive flexibility, which intersect with Cognitive psychology. His Working memory research is mostly focused on the topic Short-term memory.
Akira Miyake combines subjects such as Repetition and Dyad with his study of Cognition. His Executive functions research incorporates elements of Developmental psychology, Twin study, Worry and Affect. His work is dedicated to discovering how Mineralogy, Crystal are connected with Microlite, Focused ion beam, Inclusion and Fluid inclusions and other disciplines.
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The unity and diversity of executive functions and their contributions to complex "Frontal Lobe" tasks: a latent variable analysis.
Akira Miyake;Naomi P. Friedman;Michael J. Emerson;Alexander H. Witzki.
Cognitive Psychology (2000)
The Nature and Organization of Individual Differences in Executive Functions: Four General Conclusions
Akira Miyake;Naomi P. Friedman.
Current Directions in Psychological Science (2012)
Models of Working Memory: Mechanisms of Active Maintenance and Executive Control
Akira Miyake;Priti Shah.
The relations among inhibition and interference control functions: a latent-variable analysis.
Naomi P. Friedman;Akira Miyake.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General (2004)
Individual differences in executive functions are almost entirely genetic in origin
Naomi P. Friedman;Akira Miyake;Susan E. Young;John C. DeFries.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General (2008)
Not All Executive Functions Are Related to Intelligence
Naomi P. Friedman;Akira Miyake;Robin P. Corley;Susan E. Young.
Psychological Science (2006)
The separability of working memory resources for spatial thinking and language processing: an individual differences approach.
Priti Shah;Akira Miyake;Akira Miyake.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General (1996)
How are visuospatial working memory, executive functioning, and spatial abilities related? A latent-variable analysis.
Akira Miyake;Naomi P. Friedman;David A. Rettinger;Priti Shah.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General (2001)
Unity and diversity of executive functions: Individual differences as a window on cognitive structure.
Naomi P. Friedman;Akira Miyake.
Reducing the Gender Achievement Gap in College Science: A Classroom Study of Values Affirmation
Akira Miyake;Lauren E. Kost-Smith;Noah D. Finkelstein;Steven J. Pollock.
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