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HCS 2020-10-31
17:00
Online Online Extroversion as a predictor of happiness on a posed smile -- A laboratory study --
Ken Fujiwara (Osaka Univ. Econ.) HCS2020-45
 [more] HCS2020-45
pp.18-21
HCS 2020-08-22
11:30
Online Online A Study on the Relationship between Communication and Nodding in an Idea Generation Task by Sense Chair
Kento Nishimura, Yuichi Itoh (Osaka Univ.), Ken Fujiwara (Osaka Univ. of Economics), Kazuyuki Fujita (Tohoku Univ.), Yuko Matsui, Ken Hikono (INSS), Takao Onoye (Osaka Univ.) HCS2020-32
Under the Work System Reform by the government, the importance of efficient and effective ways that enhance group produc... [more] HCS2020-32
pp.65-70
EA, ASJ-H 2020-07-21
10:00
Online Online Case study of conducting remote technical listening training with online meeting system
Kazuhiko Kawahara, Masayuki Takada (Kyushu Univ.), Ken'ichi Morio, Ken Fujiwara (NOE) EA2020-9
Due to the social background of the so-called Covid--19 infection in 2020, educational institutions were forced to condu... [more] EA2020-9
pp.49-54
HCS 2019-03-08
15:00
Hokkaido Hokusei Gakuen Univ. Interpersonal sensitivity enhances group performance in a brainstorming task -- Comparison with a nominal group --
Ken Fujiwara, Ryosuke Hoso (Osaka Univ. of Econ.) HCS2018-87
 [more] HCS2018-87
pp.115-118
HCS 2018-03-13
10:30
Miyagi Research Institute of Electrical Communication, Tohoku University Detrimental Effect of Synchrony on Rapport in Small Group Interactions
Ken Fujiwara (Osaka Univ. of Econ.) HCS2017-93
 [more] HCS2017-93
pp.1-4
HCS 2017-10-27
15:35
Hiroshima Higashi Hiroshima Arts & Culture Hall Kurara Who Benefits from Spectators? -- The Home Abvantage Effect in NBA --
Ken Fujiwara (Osaka Univ. of Econ.) HCS2017-65
 [more] HCS2017-65
pp.31-35
HCS 2017-03-15
10:00
Miyagi   Synchrony increases the accuracy of affective perception in dyadic interaction
Ken Fujiwara (Osaka Univ. of Economics), Ikuo Daibo (Tokyo Future Univ.) HCS2016-90
 [more] HCS2016-90
pp.1-4
HCGSYMPO
(2nd)
2016-12-07
- 2016-12-09
Kochi Kochi City Culture Plaza (CUL-PORT) Ensembility among Players Using Their Body Sway and Evaluation of Their Musical Performance
Ken Fujiwara (OUE), Yuichi Itoh, Takemi Tsuzuki (Osaka Univ.), Kazuki Takashima (Tohoku Univ.), Takao Onoye (Osaka Univ.)
SenseChair, an office-chair-shaped body motion sensor, enables to detect body sway of a sitting user by its embedded fou... [more]
HCS 2014-08-23
13:30
Kyoto   A Study on Sensing Synchrony between Communicating Persons with Sitting Body Sway
Yohei Miyazaki, Yuichi Itoh (Osaka Univ.), Ken Fujiwara (Osaka Univ. of Economics), Kazuki Takashima (Tohoku Univ.), Takao Onoye (Osaka Univ.) HCS2014-53
 [more] HCS2014-53
pp.57-62
HCS 2013-01-25
09:30
Kochi Kochi City Culture-Plaza CUL-PORT The influence of competition/cooperation and affective state on the impression of a smile
Ken Fujiwara (Osaka Univ.), Ikuo Daibo (Tokyo Future Univ.) HCS2012-64
We examined how competition/cooperation and positive/negative affect influence the impression of a smile. We investigate... [more] HCS2012-64
pp.59-64
HCS 2012-03-06
13:15
Shizuoka   The communication behavior and interpersonal perception in task oriented small group (2) -- Communication behavior and interpersonal relationships --
Ken Fujiwara, Ikuo Daibo, Saki Matsuyama (Osaka Univ.) HCS2011-81
This study examined the relationship between utterances and group conflicts or satisfaction with conversation in a small... [more] HCS2011-81
pp.79-84
HCS 2012-01-20
13:00
Aichi   The Communication behavior and interpersonal perception in task oriented small group -- Social skills and interpersonal relationships --
Ikuo Daibo, Saki Matsuyama, Ken Fujiwara (Osaka Univ.) HCS2011-57
This study examined how group orientation (task-oriented vs. non-task-oriented) and members’ personal characteristics(so... [more] HCS2011-57
pp.21-26
HIP, HCS 2011-05-24
13:30
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center A Study of Social Skills Training with the Interpersonal Cognitive Program
Saki Matsuyama, Ikuo Daibo, Hitomi Yokoyama, Ken Fujiwara (Osaka Univ.), Junichi Taniguchi (Tezukayama Univ.), Yukiko Iso (Tokyo Future Univ.) HCS2011-24 HIP2011-24
Our society requires people to have the ability to communicate with others smoothly. Because the poor ability to communi... [more] HCS2011-24 HIP2011-24
pp.183-188
HIP, HCS 2011-05-24
14:00
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center The Relationship between Third Person's Evaluation and Speaker's Verbal and Nonverbal Behavior -- The Perspective from Individual and Relative Evaluation --
Ken Fujiwara, Ikuo Daibo (Osaka Univ.) HCS2011-25 HIP2011-25
This study examined how verbal and nonverbal behavior of speakers influenced on evaluation of the conversation from thir... [more] HCS2011-25 HIP2011-25
pp.189-194
HCS 2010-08-28
13:20
Tokyo N55 Nishi-Waseda Campus, Waseda University A Comparison of Self and Third Party Evaluation for Atmosphere in Triadic Conversation
Kosuke Kajimura, Kazuki Takashima (Osaka Univ.), Tokuo Yamaguchi (OKI), Yoshifumi Kitamura (Tohoku Univ.), Fumio Kishino (Kwansei Gakuin Univ.), Nao Maeda, Ken Fujiwara, Hitomi Yokoyama, Ikuo Daibo (Osaka Univ.) HCS2010-34
We experimentally investigate relationships between nonverbal behaviors such as the amount of utterance, hand movement a... [more] HCS2010-34
pp.43-48
HIP, HCS 2010-05-14
10:55
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center Transitional features of multiple conversations. -- The influence of dyadic conversation on following triadic conversation --
Ken Fujiwara, Ikuo Daibo, Nao Maeda, Hitomi Yokoyama (Osaka Univ.), Takashi Maeda (KYOCERA), Fumio Kishino (Kwansei Gakuin Univ.), Yoshifumi Kitamura (Tohoku Univ.), Yoshihiko Hayashi (Osaka Univ.) HCS2010-15 HIP2010-15
The purpose of this study was to examine how a transition of the conversation would occur among strangers, when they wer... [more] HCS2010-15 HIP2010-15
pp.79-84
HCS 2010-03-08
- 2010-03-09
Shizuoka   Nonverbal Cues and Skill of Building Relationships in the Dyadic Conversation (1)
Hitomi Yokoyama, Nao Maeda, Ikuo Daibo, Ken Fujiwara, Takashi Maeda, Fumio Kishino, Yoshifumi Kitamura, Kazuki Takashima, Yoshihiko Hayashi (Osaka Univ.) HCS2009-81
 [more] HCS2009-81
pp.43-48
HCS 2010-03-08
- 2010-03-09
Shizuoka   Nonverbal Cues and Skill of Building Relationships in the Dyadic Conversation (2)
Nao Maeda, Ikuo Daibo, Takashi Maeda, Fumio Kishino, Yoshifumi Kitamura, Kazuki Takashima, Hitomi Yokoyama, Ken Fujiwara, Yoshihiko Hayashi (Osaka Univ.) HCS2009-82
From a Brunswikian lens model approach, this study examined relationships between nonverbal cues (i.e. hand movements, i... [more] HCS2009-82
pp.49-54
HCS 2008-08-26
- 2008-08-27
Hyogo Kobe University How does mood inducted by laughter influence on communication behavior?
Ken Fujiwara, Ikuo Daibo (Osaka Univ.) HCS2008-39
This study investigated relationships between positive mood and communication behaviors. In this study we identified pos... [more] HCS2008-39
pp.47-52
SANE, SAT
(Joint)
2008-02-29
13:30
Ibaraki Kashima Space Research Center (NICT) [Invited Talk] Development of Tokyo Tech Nano-Satellite Cute-1.7 + APD II
Kota Fujihashi, Kuniyuki Omagari, Ken Fujiwara, Yasumi Konda, Masaki Maeno, Youhei Tanaka, Tomio Yamanaka, Hiroki Ashida, Junichi Nishida, Takuro Ikeda, Shinichi Inagawa, Yoshiyuki Miura, Saburo Matunaga (Tokyo Tech) SANE2007-134 SAT2007-67
Cute-1.7 + APD II, the third nano-satellite of Laboratory for Space Systems at Tokyo Institute of Technology, was develo... [more] SANE2007-134 SAT2007-67
pp.49-54(SANE), pp.33-38(SAT)
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