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Committee Date Time Place Paper Title / Authors Abstract Paper #
HCS, HIP, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2021-05-25
13:40
Online Online A preliminary study of the effect of self-image on candidates in online job interviews
Sachiko Takagi (Tokiwa Univ.), Hiroaki Itoh (Kanagawa Univ.), Takashi Yasuda (MSC), Nobuyuki Watanabe (KIT) HCS2021-12 HIP2021-12
(To be available after the conference date) [more] HCS2021-12 HIP2021-12
pp.61-64
HCS 2021-03-16
15:10
Online Online Free Riders in the Workplace and Judgments Based on First Impression
Wataru Komatsuzaki, Sachiko Takagi (Tokiwa Univ.) HCS2020-83
(To be available after the conference date) [more] HCS2020-83
pp.91-96
HIP, HCS, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2020-05-14
10:40
Online Online Nanto-Type Exclamatory Sentences -- Qualitative and Quantitative Examination on the Occurrence of the Particle No --
Akihiko Sakamoto (Tokyo Denki Univ.), Sachiko Takagi (Tokiwa Univ.) HCS2020-6 HIP2020-6
(To be available after the conference date) [more] HCS2020-6 HIP2020-6
pp.25-30
HCS 2020-03-04
13:30
Online Online Meeting [Online] The facilitation effects of the emotions by "LINE stamp" on chat communication.
Takashi Yasuda (Matsuyama Shinonome Col.), Sachiko Takagi (Tokiwa Univ.) HCS2019-86
The purpose of this study was to examine the difference in the effect of communication between emoticon types (face-mark... [more] HCS2019-86
pp.7-12
HCS, HIP, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2019-05-16
15:10
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center The Effect of Prosody and Gaze Direction on Referentiality Interpretation -- An Examination Using Japanese Rhetorical Questions with Accusative Wh-Phrases --
Sachiko Takagi (Tokiwa Univ.), Akihiko Sakamoto (Tokyo Denki Univ.) HCS2019-12 HIP2019-12
(To be available after the conference date) [more] HCS2019-12 HIP2019-12
pp.81-86
HCS 2019-03-08
11:45
Hokkaido Hokusei Gakuen Univ. The Perception of Animacy from Smart Speaker Responses with Fillers and Pauses
Takayoshi Hiyama, Akihiko Sakamoto, Sachiko Takagi (Tokiwa Univ.) HCS2018-82
(To be available after the conference date) [more] HCS2018-82
pp.87-92
ITS, IE, ITE-MMS, ITE-HI, ITE-ME, ITE-AIT [detail] 2019-02-19
11:45
Hokkaido Hokkaido Univ. A Preliminary Study on Color Constancy Using Chicks as Subjects
Ai Takeuchi, Masaki Ishizuka, Masahiro Suzuki (Tokiwa Univ.), Keiji Uchikawa (Kanagawa Inst. Tech.)
This study examined the experiments using animal subjects to reveal the mechanism of human color constancy. Previous stu... [more]
HCS, HIP, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2018-05-21
16:25
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center The Referentiality of Accusative Wh-Phrases in Japanese Rhetorical Questions -- Examining Two Types of Syntactic Structures by the Experiment Using Vocal Stimuli --
Sachiko Takagi, Akihiko Sakamoto (Tokiwa Univ.) HCS2018-12 HIP2018-12
(To be available after the conference date) [more] HCS2018-12 HIP2018-12
pp.83-88
HCS 2018-03-13
13:50
Miyagi Research Institute of Electrical Communication, Tohoku University The effects of faces and voices on impression formation of individuals -- Assuming unknown information based on existing information --
Nagisa Watanabe, Sachiko Takagi (Tokiwa Univ.) HCS2017-98
(To be available after the conference date) [more] HCS2017-98
pp.29-34
HCS 2018-03-14
11:10
Miyagi Research Institute of Electrical Communication, Tohoku University The Referentiality of Accusative Wh-Phrases in Japanese Rhetorical Questions -- Predicting Prosodic Structures from Their Syntactic Structures --
Akihiko Sakamoto, Sachiko Takagi (Tokiwa Univ.) HCS2017-110
(To be available after the conference date) [more] HCS2017-110
pp.101-105
EMM 2018-03-05
15:45
Kagoshima Naze Community Center (Amami-Shi, Kagoshima) [Poster Presentation] Technique of Embedding Information inside 3-D Printed Objects With Metal-like Resin
Kousuke Nakamura (Kanagawa Inst. of Tech.), Tomohisa Matsumoto (Chuo Univ.), Masahiro Suzuki (Tokiwa Univ.), Hideyuki Torii, Kazutake Uehira (Kanagawa Inst. of Tech.) EMM2017-85
We proposed and evaluated a new technique of invisibly embedding information inside a 3-D printed object with metal-like... [more] EMM2017-85
pp.41-44
EMM 2017-11-06
15:35
Kagoshima Kagoshima Univ. (Inamori Academy) Technique of Embedding Information inside 3-D Printed Objects With Near-Infrared Fluorescent Resin
Tomohisa Matumoto, Kousuke Nakamura, Hideyuki Torii (Kanagawa Inst. Tech.), Masahiro Suzuki (Tokiwa Univ.), Youichi Takashima (NTT), Kazutake Uehira (Kanagawa Inst. Tech.) EMM2017-57
We have been studying a method of embedding information inside an object fabricated with a resin material using a 3D pri... [more] EMM2017-57
pp.13-16
HCS 2017-10-27
11:05
Hiroshima Higashi Hiroshima Arts & Culture Hall Kurara The Effect of Empathy on Complex Emotion Judgments based on Faces and Voices
Sachiko Takagi (Tokiwa Univ.) HCS2017-61
 [more] HCS2017-61
pp.9-14
IE 2017-06-29
15:55
Okinawa   Technique of Embedding Information With High Reflectance Materials Inside 3-D Printed Objects and Reading It With Near-Infrared Imaging
Kousuke Nakamura, Tomohisa Matsumoto (Kanagawa Inst. of Tech.), Masahiro Suzuki (Tokiwa Univ.), Hideyuki Torii, Kazutake Uehira (Kanagawa Inst. of Tech.) IE2017-30
This report describes a technique that can embed information inside 3D printed objects by forming fine patterns inside t... [more] IE2017-30
pp.29-33
HCS, HIP, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2017-05-16
17:35
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center Discrimination Between Reaching Movements and Hitting Movements for Technique of Obtaining Visually Perceived Positions
Hiroumi Ozawa, Hiroshi Unno (Kanagawa Inst. Tech.), Masahiro Suzuki (Tokiwa Univ.), Kazutake Uehira (Kanagawa Inst. Tech.) HCS2017-25 HIP2017-25
We examined discrimination between reaching movements and hitting movements for the sake of our previously proposed tech... [more] HCS2017-25 HIP2017-25
pp.169-172
HCS 2017-03-15
16:40
Miyagi   Emotion expression and emotion judgment from faces and voices according to the social contexts
Sachiko Takagi (Tokiwa Univ.), Akihiro Tanaka (TWCU) HCS2016-101
(To be available after the conference date) [more] HCS2016-101
pp.61-66
MI 2014-11-18
13:30
Hyogo   [Special Talk] Fundamentals of Nuclear Spin Imaging and Their Application to Medical Imaging
Masayoshi Tanaka (Kobe Tokiwa Univ.), Seiji Makino (Wakayama Medical Univ.), Seiji Ohta (Osaka Univ.), Hisako Fujimura (Wakayama Medical Univ.) MI2014-47
The present status of the development on the Nuclear Spin Imaging (NSI) based on the hyperpolarized 3He- and -19F -MRI i... [more] MI2014-47
pp.23-29
HCS 2011-08-27
17:00
Kyoto   Sentence-final particles tacitly communicate a speaker's mood -- Interpersonal modality tag and its psychological effects on listeners --
Masako Itoh (Tokiwa Univ.) HCS2011-45
Though the functions and semantic origins of typical sentence-final particles have been clarified in terms of politeness... [more] HCS2011-45
pp.99-104
SITE 2006-11-02
16:35
Tokyo   Hypothetical Approach toward Security in Cyberspace -- Distribution System of Digital Contents for Coziness --
Hiroshi Nagano (MRI), Masahiko Tsukahara (Tokiwa Univ.)
 [more] SITE2006-42
pp.33-37
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