• April 2020 - March 2023
  • Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Grants-in-Aid for Early-Career Scientists

  • Processes of Transformation and Decline of Interest in Science



Many studies have been conducted on the factors that determine interest in science. The effects of “school factors (teaching methods, etc.),” “social factors (gender, etc.),” and “personal factors (scientific ability, etc.)” have been suggested. However, processes leading to dislike of science or indifference to science has not been sufficiently clarified. If these processes are clarified, a better intervention can be proposed and implemented. The applicant aims 1) to clarify processes that lead to the transformation and decline of interest in science and 2) to gain suggestions on how to intervene to make science more interesting to those who have “swinged away from science.” Research period (years):

Kyushu University

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