Part X Poster Session 2

  • Takashi Suzuki
  • Ihor Lubashevsky

Abstract

P2-1. Can the delay time of subject’s response be a true component of the
theory of human intermittent control?
Takashi Suzuki and Ihor Lubashevsky 203


P2-2. Web site for teaching psychophysical methods with mobile devices
Kenzo Sakurai, William H.A. Beaudot, and Hiroshi Ono 208


P2-4. The relationship between the filled duration illusion and the time
dilation illusion
Erika Tomimatsu, Yoshitaka Nakajima, Mark A. Elliott, Hiroyuki Ito,
and Takuya Kishida 209


P2-5. Estimating visual average and numerical average across time
Hiromi Sato and Isamu Motoyoshi 210


P2-7. Effects of cochlear delay on perception of simultaneity for two pure
tones
Satoshi Okazaki and Makoto Ichikawa 211


P2-10. Three-dimensional shape recognition by ultrasonic binaural echoes
Miwa Sumiya, Taito Banda, Kaoru Ashihara, Kohta I. Kobayasi, Kazuki
Yoshino, Masaki Gogami, Yoshiki Nagatani, Yoshiaki Watanabe, and
Shizuko Hiryu 215


P2-11. Irrelevant sound effects with locally time-reversed speech: Real
performance difference between German and Japanese native speakers?
Kazuo Ueda, Akie Shibata, Yoshitaka Nakajima, Katharina Rost, Florian
Kattner, and Wolfgang Ellermeier 222


P2-12. Speech encoding scheme for hearing aid with infrared laser
Yuta Tamai, Kazuyuki Matsumoto, Makoto Arimura, Shizuko Hiryu,
and Kohta I. Kobayasi 223


P2-13. Temporal resolution needed for auditory communication: Measurement with mosaic speech
Yoshitaka Nakajima, Mizuki Matsuda, Kazuo Ueda, and Gerard B.
Remijn 229


P2-14. Influence of articulatory suppression on Corsi block task: A psychophysical analysis
Shota Mitsuhashi, Shogo Hirata, and Hideyuki Okuzumi 230


P2-15. The detection time for human with different orientation views in
natural scenes: Evidence from an ultra-rapid detection task
Ryo Tachibana and Keiyu Niikuni 232


P2-16. A collective “phototaxis†of a soldier crab
Shusaku Nomura and Haruna Kawai 233

P2-17. Temporal continuity of vision and cyclic binding of position and
object at theta rhythm
Ryohei Nakayama and Isamu Motoyoshi 234

P2-19. Does emotional valence and arousal affect temporal resolution of
vision?
Misa Kobayashi and Makoto Ichikawa 235


P2-20. Color-temperature association in dichromatic and trichromatic individuals
Yuki Mori and Chihiro Hiramatsu 240


P2-26. Measurement of vection strength induced by vection scenes in the
Japanese animations
Kousuke Tokunaga, Yoshitaka Fujii, Masaki Ogawa, Satoshi Ikehata,
Tomohiro Masuda, and Takeharu Seno 241


P2-27. Effect of frame rate on vection strength
Yoshitaka Fujii, Takeharu Seno, and Robert S. Allison 242


P2-28. Development of asymmetry in vection for expansion/contraction
radial optic flows
Nobu Shirai, Shuich Endo, Shigehito Tanahashi, Takeharu Seno, and
Tomoko Imura 243


P2-29. Postural instability predicts the likelihood, but not the severity, of
cybersickness in HMDs
Stephen Palmisano, Benjamin Arcioni, Juno Kim, Deborah Apthorp,
and Paul Stapley 244


P2-30. Viewing hand motion can elicit tickle sensation
Godai Saito, Reo Takahashi, and Jiro Gyoba 245


P2-32. Visual working memory representation of compound stimuli: Effects
of audiovisual interaction at different virtual distances
Qiongyu Wang and Lihan Chen 246


P2-33. Learning arbitrary associations between visual and tactile features
Ryo Teraoka and Wataru Teramoto 253


P2-34. Geometric shapes modulate the visual illusion induced by sound
Yasuhiro Takeshima 260


P2-35. Conflict monitoring enhancement with short duration deep breathing: An event-related potential study
Kok Suen Cheng, Yun Fah Chang, and Poh Foong Lee 267


P2-37. Eye movements and lie detection
Yulia V. Bessonova and Svetlana Pezchikova 274

P2-39. Paradoxical relationship between salivary oxytocin concentration
and aesthetic preference for drawings: A preliminary study
Hirokazu Doi and Kazuyuki Shinohara 280

Published
2018-01-18
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