Part IX Poster Session 1

  • Elisabet Borg
  • Jessica Sundell

Abstract

P1-1. Scaling depression with psychophysical scaling: A comparison between the Borg CR Scale R⃠(CR100, centiMax Râƒ) and PHQ-9 on a
non-clinical sample
Elisabet Borg and Jessica Sundell 101


P1-2. Using psychophysical scaling, the Borg centiMax Scale R⃠(CR100),
in questionnaires to study work-related needs and behaviors
Elisabet Borg, Johanna Andersson, and Elin Wigert 108


P1-4. A CNV analysis of the discrimination of very short time intervals
Takako Mitsudo, Naruhito Hironaga, and Simon Grondin 115


P1-5. Is the acoustic language universal really universal?
Yoshitaka Fujii, Yoshitaka Nakajima, Takuya Kishida and Takeharu
Seno 116


P1-6. Effects of sound marker durations on the perception of inter-onset
time intervals: A study with real and synthesized piano sounds
Emi Hasuo, Yoshitaka Nakajima, Michiko Wakasugi, and Takuya Fujioka
117


P1-8. ERP correlates of sensory facilitation after exposure to delayed auditory feedback
Yoshimori Sugano, Jeroen Stekelenburg, Frouke de Schipper, and Jean
Vroomen 118


P1-9. Specificity of perceptual learning in an auditory interval categorization
task depending on the decision rule
Florian Kattner 119


P1-10. The perception of auditory icons by Japanese drivers
JoËœao Paulo Cabral, Yoshitaka Nakajima, Kazuo Ueda, and Gerard B.
Remijn 125


P1-11. Perceptual restoration of interrupted locally time-reversed speech
Kazuo Ueda, Nozomi Inui, Kaisei Shiraki, Valter Ciocca, Yoshitaka
Nakajima, and Gerard B. Remijn 126

P1-12. Influence of the temporal-unit duration on the intelligibility of
mosaic speech: A comparison between Japanese and English
Kaori Kojima, Yoshitaka Nakajima, Kazuo Ueda, Gerard B. Remijn,
Mark A. Elliott, and Sophia Arndt 127


P1-13. The effect of virtual eyes on psychological nervousness of public
speakers
Miharu Fuyuno, Yuko Yamashita, and Yoshitaka Nakajima 128


P1-14. Critical thinking in two languages: Bilingualism and second language
competency as determinants of performance
Sophia Arndt, Ethan Keeney, Kaori Kojima, Sarah Volkmer, Zhimin
Bao, Shimeng Liu, Stanislava Antonijevic, Yoshitaka Nakajima, and
Mark A. Elliott 132


P1-15. Uniqueness of the gaze cue in spatial anisotropy of visual attention
Hirokazu Eito and Akio Wakabayashi 139


P1-16. Momentarily viewing an averted gaze shifts visual attention
Masaki Ogawa, Hiroyuki Ito, and Shoji Sunaga 140


P1-17. Interocular independence of attention in pigeons
Aya Kokubu and Kazuo Fujita 141


P1-18. Factors affecting the peripheral flicker illusion
Hiroyuki Ito and Tomomi Koizumi 142


P1-19. Visual system resists vertical horizontal illusion and Ponzo illusion
by mathematic observation
Masahiro Ishii 143


P1-20. Sentiment analysis on associated colours by listening synthesized
speech
Atsuya Suzuki, Win Thuzar Kyaw, and Yoshinori Sagisaka 144


P1-21. A case study on synesthesia: Is there a connection between Japanese hiragana-katakana articulation categories and color grouping?
Miki Hokajo, Yoshitaka Nakajima, Kazuo Ueda, Chihiro Hiramatsu,
Moe Nishikawa, and Gerard B. Remijn 150


P1-22. Personal space during obstacle avoidance: The effect of avoidance
direction
Kotaro Shimizu, Yusuke Kondo, Yuriko Kihara, Kazunari Ito, Keita
Tai, Takahiro Higuchi, and Taketo Furuna 151


P1-23. Lateral margin when walking through an aperture created by a
person and a wall
Kazunari Ito, Kotaro Shimizu, Toshiyuki Kikuchi, Yusuke Kondo, Yuriko
Kihara, Keita Tai, Takahiro Higuchi, and Taketo Furuna 155

P1-24. The location of visual feedback influences perceived action-outcome
interval
Kentaro Yamamoto 156


P1-25. Where and when did it bounce?
Junji Yanagi and Makoto Ichikawa 157

P1-26. Multi-stable motion perception in the Polka Dance stimulus
Hiroaki Yano, Yoshitaka Nakajima, Kazuo Ueda, Tatsuya Yoshizawa,
and Gerard B. Remijn 163


P1-27. Pre-presentation of random motion reduces the latency of vection
Jing Ni, Hiroyuki Ito, Masaki Ogawa, and Shoji Sunaga 164


P1-28. Inhibition of vection by object grasping movement
Masaki Mori and Takeharu Seno 165


P1-29. Dissociation between perception and action in induced motion: A
comparison between tennis players and novices
Yasuhiro Seya and Hiroyuki Shinoda 166


P1-30. Discrimination of vehicle speeds by standing watchers
Bruno de Ara´ujo Faria and Ricardo Kamizaki 171


P1-32. A new affective measurement with a joystick reveals temporal characteristics of audio-visual interaction in film viewing
Masaharu Nomura and Hiroshi Arao 178


P1-33. The effects of sound frequency on sound-induced flash illusion
YuMasago, TakumaMatumura, Yuta Tamai, Takafumi Furuyama, Shizuko
Hiryu, and Kohta I. Kobayasi 179


P1-34. Neurophysiological method for unrevealing the audio-visual integration in Mongolian gerbil
Yuki Ito, Takafumi Furuyama, Shizuko Hiryu, and Kohta I. Kobayasi 183


P1-35. Cross-modal effect of a synthetic speech continuum on the judgment of a visual object’s size
Sachi Itagaki, Hikari Oonishi, Shizuko Hiryu, and Kohta I. Kobayasi 188


P1-37. Does face color facilitate to judge the facial expression?
Fumiyo Takahashi and Yasuhiro Kawabata 193


P1-40. Study on the criteria for artistic activities by people with disabilities:
Verification of the criteria lists by subjective evaluation test for the experts
Tsukasa Muraya, Takeharu Seno, and Yasuyuki Hirai 199

 

Published
2018-01-18
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