|Born: October 23rd, 1876 in Okayama, Okayama prefecture
Died: June 27th, 1943
Doctor of Literature (1921)
- His academic dissertation was “Gendai no shinrigaku (Modern psychology)”
B.A (1900) Department of Philosophy, Psychology, and Logistics, College of Letters, Tokyo Imperial University
- His academic dissertation was “Kanjo no kenkyu (Research of Emotion)”
1900 Assistant at the first course, School of Philosophy, Psychology, and Logics, College of Letters, Tokyo Imperial University
1901 Professor at Yamaguchi High School
1907 Instructor at The First High School in Tokyo
1909 Professor at The First High School in Tokyo
1912-1913 Instructor at College of Letters, Tokyo Imperial University (while still teaching at First High School)
1924 Professor at Keijo Hogaku senmon gakko (Keijo Law School)
1924 Went to France, Germany, British, and United States to prepare psychological course and psychological laboratory at Keijo Imperial University for one year and eight months.
1926 Professor at College of Law and Letters, Keijo Imperial University, where he taught psychology
1926-1928 Director at College of Law and Letters
1926-1941 Council member at Keijo Imperial University
1937 Editor of “Japanese Journal of Psychology”
1941 Retired from Keijo Imperial University
Hiroshi Hayami was interested in emotion and general psychological method, thought, and principles. He also suggested that objective psychology was not enough to investigate moral science and introspection and logical and philosophical speculation should be in the system of psychology. Hayami Award in Japanese Psychological Association was established by his inheritance.
1941 Honorary professor at Keijo Imperial University
1941 German Academy award
1936-1947 President of Keijo Imperial University
Hiroshi Oizumi (2003). Nihonshinrigakusha-jiten. Tokyo: Kabushiki Kaisha Kress Shuppan.
Nihon no shinrigaku kanko iinkai. (1982).Nihon no shinrigaku. Tokyo: Nihon bunka kagaku sha.
Tatsuya Sato, Hazime Mizoguchi, (1997). Tsushi Nihon-no-shinrigaku. Kyoto: Kitaoji Shobo.