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KAWAKAMI Fumito

Profile

Title Senior Assistant Professor
Belong to Dept. of Psychology
Global Education Center, Liberal Arts Education Program (Humanities and Social Literacy)
Chubu University Academy of Emerging Sciences
Languages and Cultures (graduate school)
Graduated Department of Value and Decision Science, Graduate School of Decision Science and Technology, Tokyo Institute of Technology
Degree Ph.D. in Value and Decision Science
Field of Study Developmental Psychology, Comparative Cognitive Science
Research, Studies Evolution and Development of Smiling and Laughter

Academic Papers, Critique

Misato Hayashi, Fumito Kawakami, Rosimah Roslan, Nurhafizie M. Hapiszudin, & Sabapathy Dharmalingam (2018). Behavioral studies and veterinary management of orangutans at Bukit Merah Orang Utan Island, Perak, Malaysia. Primates, 59, 135-144. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10329-018-0650-2

Chloe Gonseth, Fumito Kawakami, Etsuko Ichino, & Masaki Tomonaga (2017). The higher the farther: distance-specific referential gestures in chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). Biology Letters, 13: 20170398. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rsbl.2017.0398.

Tomoko Imura, Fumito Kawakami, Nobu Shirai, & Masaki Tomonaga (2017). Perception of the average size of multiple objects in chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 284: 20170564.

Fumito Kawakami, Masaki Tomonaga, & Juri Suzuki. (2017). The first smile: spontaneous smiles in newborn Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata). Primates, 58, 93-101. doi:10.1007/s10329-016-0558-7 http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10329-016-0558-7

Fumito Kawakami & Takumi Yanaihara (2012). Smiles in the fetal period. Infant Behavior & Development, 35, 466-471.

Kiyobumi Kawakami, Fumito Kawakami, Masaki Tomonaga, Takeshi Kishimoto, Tetsuhiro Minami, & Kiyoko Takai-Kawakami (2011). Origins of a theory of mind. Infant Behavior & Development, 34, 264-269.

Fumito Kawakami, Kiyobumi Kawakami, Masaki Tomonaga, & Kiyoko Takai-Kawakami (2009). Can we observe spontaneous smiles in 1-year-olds? Infant Behavior & Development, 32, 416-421.

Kiyobumi Kawakami, Kiyoko Takai-Kawakami, Fumito Kawakami, Masaki Tomonaga, Makoto Suzuki, & Yukiko Shimizu (2008). Roots of smile: A preterm neonates' study. Infant Behavior & Development, 31, 518-522.

Lectures, Symposium, Presentation

International Conferences

Symposiums

Masaki Tomonaga, Fumito Kawakami, and Tomoko Imura (2016). Eyes on face: How chimpanzees and humans perceive conspecific and heterospecific eyes. In Masaki Tomonaga and Satoshi Hirata (Organizers), Comparative study of chimpanzees and bonobos: 2 by 2 comparison to understand the evolutionary origin of human cognition and behavior. Symposium conducted at joint meeting of the International Primatological Society and the American Society of Primatologists 2016. (August 22, 2016; Chicago)

Fumito Kawakami (2016). The evolution and development of smiles: A comparison between humans and captive chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). In Masaki Tomonaga and Satoshi Hirata (Organizers), Comparative study of chimpanzees and bonobos: 2 by 2 comparison to understand the evolutionary origin of human cognition and behavior. Symposium conducted at joint meeting of the International Primatological Society and the American Society of Primatologists 2016. (August 22, 2016; Chicago)

Hideko Takeshita, Junichi Takashio, Nobuhiro Yamada, Ichiro Takahashi, Fumito Kawakami, Keiko Fukuda, Yusuke Honda, Naruki Tatara, Yoshiko Shimomoto, Misato Hayashi, Yuu Mizuno, & Masaki Tomonaga (2016). Behavioral and cognitive development in an infant chimpanzee with cerebral palsy: An approach applying human childcare and therapy services. In Hideko Takeshita (Organizer), Comparative developmental and cultural studies on child development and child rearing. Symposium conducted at the 31st International Congress of Psychology. (July 29, 2016; Pacifico Yokohama)

Fumito Kawakami (2016). The evolution and development of smiles: a comparison between humans and chimpanzees. In Hideko Takeshita (Organizer), Comparative developmental and cultural studies on child development and child rearing. Symposium conducted at the 31st International Congress of Psychology. (July 29, 2016; Pacifico Yokohama)

Fumito Kawakami, Kiyobumi Kawakami, Masaki Tomonaga, Takumi Yanaihara, & Kiyoko Takai-Kawakami (2009). The phylogeny of smile and laugh. In Marco Dondi (Chair), Positive hedonic processes, smiling and laughing in early infancy. Symposium conducted at the XIVth European Conference on Developmental Psychology. (August 18, 2009; Mykolas Romeris University)

Kiyobumi Kawakami, Kiyoko Takai-Kawakami, Fumito Kawakami, & Masaki Tomonaga (2008). Development of smiles and laughter in young infants. The 16th Biennial International Conference on Infant Studies Abstracts, 27. (March 27, 2008; Vancouver)

Oral Presentations

Nobuhiro Yamada, Hideko Takeshita, Junichi Takashio, Yoko Sakuraba, Ichiro Takahashi, Fumito Kawakami, Misato Hayashi & Masaki Tomonaga (2019). Developmental support of chimpanzee with cerebral palsy. The 14th International Conference on Environmental Enrichment abstract book, 192. (June 23, 2019; Kyoto University)

Masaki Tomonaga, & Fumito Kawakami (2014). Do chimpanzees see a face on Mars? Pareidolia, or perception of face-like stimuli in chimpanzees. The 25th congress of the International Primatological Society. (August 13, 2014; Hanoi)

Fumito Kawakami, & Akifumi Tokosumi (2011). Life in affective reality: Identification and classification of smiling in early childhood. Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, USA, Lecture Notes in Computer Science Volume 6766, 460-469. (July 13, 2011; Orlando)

Poster Presentations

Yoko Sakuraba, Nobuhiro Yamada, Ichiro Takahashi, Fumito Kawakami, Jun'ichi Takashio, Hideko Takeshita, Misato Hayashi, & Masaki Tomonaga (2019). Evaluating of physical state on a female chimpanzee with cerebral palsy: A case study. The 14th International Conference on Environmental Enrichment abstract book, 139. (June 23, 2019; Kyoto University)

Fumito Kawakami (2017). Longitudinal observation of spontaneous and social smiling II. Poster session presented at the 18th European Conference on Developmental Psychology. (September 1, 2017; Utrecht University)

Fumito Kawakami (2017). Roots of smiling: A longitudinal observation of spontaneous smiling in early infancy. Poster session presented at the 2017 biennial meeting for the Society for Research in Child Development. (April 8, 2017; Austin)

Fumito Kawakami (2016). Relation between spontaneous and social smiling: A longitudinal study. Poster session presented at the 20th Biennial International Congress on Infant Studies. (May 27, 2016; New Orleans)

Fumito Kawakami (2015). Longitudinal observation of spontaneous and social smiling. The 17th European Conference on Developmental Psychology abstract book, 663-664. (September 11, 2015; University of Minho)

Fumito Kawakami (2015). Longitudinal observation of spontaneous and social smiling in early infancy. Poster session presented at the 2015 biennial meeting for the Society for Research in Child Development. (March 19, 2015; Philadelphia)

Fumito Kawakami, Kiyobumi Kawakami, Juri Suzuki, & Masaki Tomonaga (2014). Spontaneous smiles in newborn Japanese macaques. Poster session presented at the 25th congress of the International Primatological Society. (August 15, 2014; Hanoi)

Fumito Kawakami (2014). Development of spontaneous and social smiling in early infancy: a longitudinal study. Poster session presented at the 19th Biennial International Conference on Infant Studies. (July 3, 2014; Berlin)

Fumito Kawakami (2013). Spontaneous smiles in the first six months. The 16th European Conference on Developmental Psychology abstract book, 245-246. (September 5, 2013: Lausanne)

Fumito Kawakami, & Michael Lewis (2013). Smiling responses to success and failure situation in Japanese and European American children. Poster session presented at the 2013 biennial meeting for the Society for Research in Child Development. (April 18, 2013; Seattle)

Fumito Kawakami, & Akifumi Tokosumi (2011). Development of smiling in infancy and early childhood. Poster session presented at the 2011 biennial meeting for the Society for Research in Child Development. (March 31, 2011; Montréal)

Kiyobumi Kawakami, Kiyoko Takai-Kawakami, Fumito Kawakami, Masaki Tomonaga, Makoto Suzuki, & Yukiko Shimizu (2008). Roots of smile: A preterm neonates’ study. The 16th Biennial International Conference on Infant Studies Abstracts, 308. (March 29, 2008; Vancouver)

Awards

Primates Social Impact Award 2017

Junior travel award The 16th Biennial International Conference on Infant Studies

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