Shogo Tanaka's Psychology & Philosophy Lab.

Publications

Books (single-authored)

Books (co-authored)

Articles

  • Ataria, Y., & Tanaka, S (2020). When body image takes over the body schema: The case of Franz Fanon. Human Studies, online first, 1-13.
  • Tanaka, S. (2020). Distinguishing the self and the other. Psychology World, 90, 13-16. (Japanese)
  • Tanaka, S. (2020). E-sports from the perspective of philosophy of embodiment. Sciences of Physical Education (Taiiku no Kagaku), 70(3), 190-194. (Japanese)
  • Tanaka, S., Asai, T., Kanayama, N., Imaizumi, S., & Hiromitsu, K. Mind-body-brain problem: Scientific adventures around the body. Japanese Journal of Pyshoclogy (Shinrigaku Kenkyu), 90, 520-539. (Japanese)
  • Tanaka, S. (2019). Bodies in dialogue: Dialogue as a lived experience. Japanese Journal of Clinical Psychology, 19, 529-532. (Japanese)
  • Tanaka, S. (2019). Ecology of the brain. Revue d'épistémologie et des sciences de l'esprit, 1, 1-4. (Japanese)
  • Tanaka, S. (2019). Role of the body in projection science: Reconsidering the bodily illusions. Cognitive Studies: Bulletin of the Japanese Cognitive Science Society, 26, 140-151. (Japanese)
  • Tanaka, S. (2018). Bodily basis of the diverse modes of the self. Human Arenas, 1, 223-230.
  • Tanaka, S. (2018). What is it like to be disconnected from the body?: A phenomenological account of disembodiment in depersonalization/derealization disorder. Journal of Consciousness Studies, 25, 239-262.
  • Tanaka, S. (2017). The body as the intersection between individuality and collectivity. Civilizations, Special Issue 2017, 128-139.
  • Tanaka, S. (2017). Intercorporeality and aida: Developing an interaction theory of social cognition. Theory & Psychology, 27, 337-353.
  • Tanaka, S. (2016). The landscape of reconstruction: Reconsidering the seawall construction project after the great East Japan earthquake. Civilizations, 20, 81-90. (Japanese)
  • Tanaka, S. (2016). Reconsidering the self in Japanese culture from an embodied perspective. Civilizations, 20, 35-39.
  • Tanaka, S. (2016). Beyond the extended mind. Journal of Mind-Body Science, 25, 77-80. (Japanese)
  • Tanaka, S. (2015). Intercorporeality as a theory of social cognition. Theory & Psychology, 25, 455-472.
  • Tanaka, S. (2015). Social understanding as a creation: Intercorporeality and aida. Bulletin of Liberal Arts Education Center, Tokai University, 35, 49-58.
  • Tanaka, S. (2014). Creation between two minded-bodies. Academic Quarter, 9, 265-276.
  • Tanaka, S. (2013). The notion of embodied knowledge and its range. Encyclopaideia: Journal of phenomenology and education, 37, 47-66.
  • Tanaka, S. (2013) The knacks in motor learning and the function of body schema. Journal of the Society of Biomechanisms Japan, 37, 207-212. (Japanese)
  • Tanaka, S. (2013). Body as the knowing subject. Taiikuka Kyoiku (Physical Education), 61(9), 10-13. (Japanese)
  • Tanaka, S. (2013). A philosophy of embodied knowledge. Journal of the Philosophy of Physical Education, 43, 73-76. (Japanese)
  • Tanaka, S. (2013). Preliminary survey on nonverbal communication using spontaneous drawing. Bulletin of Liberal Arts Education Center, Tokai University, 33, 27-43. (Japanese)
  • Tanaka, S., Tamachi, M. (2013). A phenomenological view of the theory of mind. Bulletin of Liberal Arts Education Center, Tokai University, 33, 93-100.
  • Tanaka, S. (2013). The notion of intercorporeality and its psychology. Bulletin of Liberal Arts Education Center, Tokai University, 33, 101-109.
  • Tanaka, S. (2012). A preliminary survey of the drawing communication exercise: Toward designing an experiment. Proceedings of the 29th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Cognitive Science Society, 612-621. (Japanese)
  • Tanaka, S. (2011). The lived space: A methodological viewpoint to consider the space. Study of the School Space, 3, 6-12. (Japanese)
  • Tanaka, S. (2011). A philosophy of body image. Clinical Neuroscience, 29(8), 868-871. (Japanese)
  • Tanaka, S. (2011). Affordance as a sort of embodied knowledge. Study of the School Space, 1, 5-9. (Japanese)
  • Tanaka, S., Ogawara, K. (2010). Formation of embodied knowledge: An analysis of the learning process in ball juggling. Journal of Mind-Body Science, 19, 69-82. (Japanese)
  • Tanaka, S. (2009). Psychological body and the embodied knowledge: Re-examination of the body schema. Journal of Mind-Body Science, 18, 1-12. (Japanese)
  • Tanaka, S. (2008). Theoretical foundation of the symbolism of space. Bulletin of Liberal Arts Education Center, Tokai University, 28, 1-14. (Japanese)
  • Tanaka, S. (2006). Semiotics of synchronicity: An evolution of Jung’s synchronicity theory. Journal of Mind-Body Science, 15, 15-23. (Japanese)
  • Tanaka, S. (2005). Problematic nature of scientific worldview: A consideration based on Husserlian Phenomenology. Bulletin of School of High-Technology for Human Welfare, Tokai University, 15, 7-14. (Japanese)
  • Tanaka, S. (2002). Transpersonal theory as a contemporary thought: Ken Wilber’s theory beyond postmodernism. Japanese Journal of Transpersonal Psychology/Psychiatry, 3, 56-61. (Japanese)
  • Tanaka, S., & Yuasa, Y. (2001). From body schema to the imaginal body. Journal of Mind-Body Science, 10, 21-29. (Japanese)
  • Tanaka, S. (2001). The altered state of consciousness and the body: A phenomenology of ‘altered perception’. Japanese Journal of Transpersonal Psychology/Psychiatry, 2, 56-61. (Japanese)
  • Tanaka, S. (2000). A theory of the body as a ‘Flatland Critique’. Japanese Journal of Transpersonal Studies, 4, 39-52. (Japanese)
  • Tanaka, S. (2000). Bodywork and the transpersonal experiences: The role of the body. Japanese Journal of Transpersonal Psychology/Psychiatry, 1, 35-39. (Japanese)