The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Social psychology, Evolutionary psychology, Positive economics, Cognitive science and Collective action. His Social psychology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Social value orientations and Prisoner's dilemma, Dilemma. His research integrates issues of Value, Cross-cultural studies and Normative in his study of Social value orientations.
His Evolutionary psychology study results in a more complete grasp of Epistemology. His Positive economics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Sample, Social environment, Individuation and Action. In Cognitive science, Satoshi Kanazawa works on issues like Novelty, which are connected to Contrast, Intelligence quotient and Human intelligence.
His primary areas of study are Social psychology, Evolutionary psychology, Developmental psychology, Demography and Longitudinal study. Satoshi Kanazawa usually deals with Social psychology and limits it to topics linked to Intelligence quotient and Intellectual ability. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Interaction hypothesis, Cognitive science, Preference and Behavioural sciences.
His Demography research includes themes of Physical attractiveness, Sex ratio and Reproductive success. His Longitudinal study research overlaps with other disciplines such as Adolescent health and Dizygotic twins. His Social environment study combines topics in areas such as Theoretical definition, Social capital and Subject.
His main research concerns Longitudinal study, Demography, Evolutionary psychology, Developmental psychology and Physical attractiveness. The study incorporates disciplines such as Higher education, Demographic economics and Assortative mating in addition to Longitudinal study. His work in the fields of Demography, such as Secular variation, intersects with other areas such as National Child Development Study, Odds, Secondary analysis and Left handed.
Epistemology and Social psychology are the areas that his Evolutionary psychology study falls under. His Developmental psychology research integrates issues from Attractiveness, Personality and Inclusive fitness. His studies in Physical attractiveness integrate themes in fields like Beauty, Industrial and organizational psychology and Labour economics.
Longitudinal study, Demography, Physical attractiveness, Same sex and Evolutionary selection are his primary areas of study. Longitudinal study is integrated with Adolescent health and Positive correlation in his study. In the subject of general Demography, his work in Secular variation is often linked to Correlation value, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
Satoshi Kanazawa has included themes like Beauty, Industrial and organizational psychology and Labour economics in his Physical attractiveness study. His study of Same sex brings together topics like Supplementary data, Sex ratio, Dizygotic twins and National Child Development Study.
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Sociological rational choice theory
Michael Hechter;Satoshi Kanazawa.
Review of Sociology (1997)
A theory of the value of children
Debra Friedman;Michael Hechter;Satoshi Kanazawa.
Why Liberals and Atheists Are More Intelligent
Social Psychology Quarterly (2010)
General intelligence as a domain-specific adaptation.
Psychological Review (2004)
Bowling with our imaginary friends
Evolution and Human Behavior (2002)
Why Beautiful People Are More Intelligent.
Satoshi Kanazawa;Jody L. Kovar.
You can judge a book by its cover: Evidence that cheaters may look different from cooperators
Toshio Yamagishi;Toshio Yamagishi;Shigehito Tanida;Rie Mashima;Eri Shimoma.
Evolution and Human Behavior (2003)
Why Men Commit Crimes (and Why They Desist)
Satoshi Kanazawa;Mary C. Still.
Sociological Theory (2000)
Why People Are in a Generally Good Mood
Ed Diener;Ed Diener;Ed Diener;Satoshi Kanazawa;Eunkook M. Suh;Shigehiro Oishi.
Personality and Social Psychology Review (2015)
Intelligence and physical attractiveness
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