HIROKAWA Keiko
Specially Appointed Associate Professor

Ph.D. (Psychology) Rikkyo University

HIROKAWA KeikoSpecially Appointed Associate Professor

Ph.D. (Psychology) Rikkyo University

My specialty is industrial and organizational psychology, and I conduct research on the corporate philosophy. My research focuses on the process of permeation of organizational values and the effects on the psychology and behavior of organizational members. We conduct joint research with companies with the aim of applying the findings of research to business and management. I am also engaged in research on group characteristics and communication to enhance team creativity.

Specialized field

Industrial / Organizational Psychology

Current Position

Department of Business Administration
Graduate School of Business Administration Department of Business Administration Master's Program

Educational background

Rikkyo University Graduate School of Contemporary Psychology Master's Program Completed
Rikkyo University Graduate School of Contemporary Psychology Doctoral Program Completed

Major Research Achievements

Keiko Hirokawa and Shigeru Haga(2023) Development of Management Philosophy Scale Japanese Association of Industrial / Organizational Psychology Journal, 36 (2), pp173-187.
Hiromi Fujisawa, Keiko Hirokawa, Osamu Umezaki (2022) Exploratory examination of communication skills and group characteristics engendering collective creativity: Based on a survey of Cybozu, Inc./Japan Journal of Human Resource Management, 23(1), pp76-93.
Reimi Oshima and Keiko Hirokawa (2020) Reality and Function of Organizational Politics in Japanese Companies at Time of New Proposals Japanese Association of Industrial / Organizational Psychology Journal, 34 (1), pp59-70.

Award Funding

Excellent Society Presentation Award (joint presentation) (Award date: January 2018), Japanese Association of Industrial/Organizational Psychology
The Best Paper Award (joint presentation) (Award date: July 2011), Asia Pacific Tourism Association Annual Conference

Professional Activities