Advertisement

Trust pp 1-6 | Cite as

Introduction

  • Toshio Yamagishi
Chapter
Part of the The Science of the Mind book series (The Science of the Mind)

Abstract

This book is written around the central message that the collectivist society produces security but destroys trust.

Keywords

Opportunity Cost Japanese Society Central Message General Trust Trust Relationship 
These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves.

References

  1. Fukuyama F (1995) Trust: the social virtues and the creation of prosperity. The Free Press, Glencoe, ILGoogle Scholar
  2. Kakiuchi R, Yamagishi T (1997) General trust and the dilemma of variable interdependency. Jpn J Soc Psychol 12(3):212–221 (in Japanese with an English abstract)Google Scholar
  3. Kikuchi M, Watanabe Y, Yamagishi T (1997) Judgment accuracy of other’s trustworthiness and general trust: an experimental study. Jpn J Exp Soc Psychol 37(1):23–36 (in Japanese with an English abstract)Google Scholar
  4. Kiyonari T, Yamagishi T (1996) Distrusting outsiders as a consequence of commitment formation. Jpn J Exp Soc Psychol 36(1):56–67 (in Japanese with an English abstract)Google Scholar
  5. Nakatani I (1990) The origin of the Japan problem. Kodansha, Tokyo (in Japanese)Google Scholar
  6. Putnam RD (1993a) Making democracy work: civic traditions in modern Italy. Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJGoogle Scholar
  7. Putnam RD (1993b) The prosperous community: social capital and public affairs. The American Prospect, Spring, pp 35–42Google Scholar
  8. Yamagishi T (1996) Trust and cooperation. In: Kuper A, Kuper J (eds) The social science encyclopedia, 2nd edn. Routledge, London, pp 367–368Google Scholar
  9. Yamagishi T (1997) Trust and formation of relations: a cross “cultural” perspective. In: Ohbuchi K (ed) Social psychology of conflict resolution. Nakanishiya Shuppan, Kyoto, pp 321–342 (in Japanese)Google Scholar
  10. Yamagishi T, Komiyama H (1995) Significance and the structure of trust: theoretical and empirical research on trust and commitment relations. INSS J 2:1–59 (in Japanese)Google Scholar
  11. Yamagishi T, Yamagishi M (1994) Trust and commitment in the United States and Japan. Motiv Emot 18(2):129–166CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  12. Yamagishi T, Yamagishi M (1998) Trust and commitment as alternative responses to social uncertainty. In: Frunin M (ed) Network and markets: Pacific Rim Investigations. Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp 109–123Google Scholar
  13. Yamagishi T, Yamagishi M, Takahashi N, Hayashi N, Watabe M (1995) Trust and commitment formation. Jpn J Exp Soc Psychol 35(1):23–34 (in Japanese with an English abstract)Google Scholar
  14. Yamagishi T, Watabe M, Hayashi N, Takahashi N, Yamagishi M (1996) Trust and commitment under social uncertainty. Res Soc Psychol 11(3):206–216 (in Japanese with an English abstract)Google Scholar
  15. Yamagishi T, Cook KS, Watabe M (1998a) Uncertainty, trust and commitment formation in the United States and Japan. Am J Sociol 104(1):165–194CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  16. Yamagishi T, Kikuchi M, Kosugi M (1999) Trust, gullibility and social intelligence. Asian J Soc Psychol 2(1):145–161CrossRefGoogle Scholar

Copyright information

© Springer 2011

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Behavioral Science Graduate School of LettersHokkaido UniversitySapporoJapan

Personalised recommendations