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Committee Date Time Place Paper Title / Authors Abstract Paper #
HCS, HIP, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2021-05-24
10:10
Online Online A multimodal analysis of mother-child interaction in children with ASD -- Comparison between 2 children with different level of language development --
Kanae Matushima (Kansai Medical Univ.), Chika Nagaoka (Otemon Gakuin Univ.), Mi AN, Ryotaro Ito, Toshihiro Kato (Kyoto Univ.), Sakiko Yoshikawa (Kyoto University of the Arts), Atshushi Nakazawa (Kyoto Univ.), Miwako Honda (NHO Tokyo Medical Center), Yves Gineste (Kyoto Univ.), Natsuko Ando (Chofu Tozan Hospital), Miyuki Iwamoto (Kyoto Univ.)
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HCS 2020-08-22
16:00
Online Online An exploratory study of interaction between mothers and children with autism spectrum disorders (1) -- Development of a multimodal analysis method --
Chika Nagaoka (Otemon Gakuin Univ.), Kanae Matushima (Kansai Medical Univ.), Sakiko Yoshikawa (Kyoto University of the Arts), Toshihiro Kato, Atshushi Nakazawa (Kyoto Univ.), Miwako Honda (NHO Tokyo Medical Center), Yves Gineste (Kyoto Univ.), Natsuko Ando (Chofu Tozan Hospital), Miyuki Iwamoto (Kyoto Univ.) HCS2020-38
The present study aimed to develop a method to appropriately evaluate mother–child interaction to support communication ... [more] HCS2020-38
pp.99-104
HCS 2020-08-22
16:30
Online Online An exploratory study of interaction between mothers and children with autism spectrum disorders (2) -- A case study on a preschooler with autism spectrum disorders --
Kanae Matsushima (Kansai Medical Univ.), Chika Nagaoka (Otemon Gakuin Univ.), Toshihiro Kato (Kyoto Univ.), Sakiko Yoshikawa (Kyoto University of the Arts), Atshushi Nakazawa (Kyoto Univ.), Miwako Honda (NHO Tokyo Medical Center), Yves Gineste (Kyoto Univ.), Natsuko Ando (Chofu Tozan Hospital), Miyuki Iwamoto (Kyoto Univ.) HCS2020-39
Via a multimodal analysis, this study sought to examine the differences in child-mother interactions among preschool chi... [more] HCS2020-39
pp.105-110
HCGSYMPO
(2nd)
2019-12-11
- 2019-12-13
Hiroshima Hiroshima-ken Joho Plaza (Hiroshima) Interpersonal perception on a nursing care bed. -- The influence of the gaze direction of the approaching person and the posture of the observer --
Masato Nunoi (Seisen Univ.), Sakiko Yoshikawa, Atsushi Nakazawa (Kyoto Univ.)
In this study, we used a head-mounted display to show the videos of other people approaching an observer who was lying o... [more]
HCS, HIP, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2017-05-17
15:15
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center Therapist and child interaction -- Nonverbal communication in occupational therapy for children with developmental disabilities --
Chika Nagaoka (Otemon Gakuin Univ.), Kanae Matsushima, Toshihiro Kato, Sakiko Yoshikawa (Kyoto Univ.) HCS2017-39 HIP2017-39
 [more] HCS2017-39 HIP2017-39
pp.261-264
HCS 2016-01-23
14:00
Nara Yamato Kaigishitsu Professional Practice of Therapists with regard to Occupational Therapy for Children -- A Quantitative analysis using Event Segmentation --
Chika Nagaoka (Otemon Gakuin Univ.), Yuri Yano (AEON), Hidekazu Osanai, Kanae Matsushima, Sakiko Yoshikawa, Toshihiro Kato (Kyoto Univ.) HCS2015-75
We applied the method of event segmentation to analyze a session of occupational therapy to investigate the characterist... [more] HCS2015-75
pp.97-100
HCS, HIP, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2015-05-20
15:15
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center Professional Practice of Therapists with regard to Occupational Therapy for Children -- A Method for Analyzing Therapists' Utterances --
Chika Nagaoka (Otemon Gakuin Univ.), Toshihiro Kato, Kanae Matsushima, Sakiko Yoshikawa (Kyoto Univ.) HCS2015-34 HIP2015-34
Pediatric occupational therapy, particularly that focusing on the sensory integration theory, has been created to treat ... [more] HCS2015-34 HIP2015-34
pp.227-232
HCS 2012-03-05
17:45
Shizuoka   Face-to-face situation promotes positive emotional expression.
Ayaka Ishida, Yoshiyuki Ueda, Masato Nunoi, Sakiko Yoshikawa (Kyoto Univ.) HCS2011-72
Advanced information technology enables us to communicate with others in many situations. In this study, we investigate ... [more] HCS2011-72
pp.29-34
HCS 2011-09-23
11:00
Niigata The Nippon Dental University (Niigata) [Poster Presentation] Are evaluations of the caring quality of nurses diminished if the nurse wears a mask?
Mitsue Nomura (Kyoto Univ), Tomoko Tomishiro, Fumiko Suzuki, Mutsumi Yoshioka, Haruko Kido (Kinki - chuo chest medical center), Sakiko Yoshikawa (Kyoto Univ) HCS2011-46
This study investigated whether evaluations of the quality of care provided by nurses declined when nurses were depicted... [more] HCS2011-46
pp.1-5
HCS 2010-10-23
11:00
Tokyo Tokyo Medical and Dental University [Poster Presentation] Other's attractiveness has an influence on preference judgment. -- The study for interaction between attractiveness and facial expression. --
Masato Nunoi (Kyoto Univ./JSPS), Satoshi F Nakashima, Sakiko Yoshikawa (Kyoto Univ.) HCS2010-39
Object evaluations can be affected by others’ faces around them. Recent research found that an object paired with an att... [more] HCS2010-39
pp.7-10
HCS 2010-03-08
- 2010-03-09
Shizuoka   The influence of peripheral information on recognition of facial expression
Satoshi Nakashima, Yuko Morimoto, Sakiko Yoshikawa (Kyoto Univ.) HCS2009-73
Recent studies have demonstrated that people recognize facial expression not only by its morphological feature but also ... [more] HCS2009-73
pp.27-28
HIP 2009-12-17
16:10
Miyagi RIEC The influence of darkness on recognition of facial expressions
Satoshi Nakashima, Yuko Morimoto, Sakiko Yoshikawa (Kyoto Univ.) HIP2009-103
We examined the effects of darkness on recognition of facial expression. Participants were shown a set of unfamiliar fac... [more] HIP2009-103
pp.41-46
HIP 2009-12-17
16:35
Miyagi RIEC The influence of others' direction of the gaze on the preference judgment. -- How are we affected by the majority's preference? --
Masato Nunoi, Satoshi F Nakashima, Sakiko Yoshikawa (Kyoto Univ.) HIP2009-104
Others’ gaze have an influence to preference judgment. We studied about the effect of others’ numbers and its gaze direc... [more] HIP2009-104
pp.47-51
HCS, ITE-ME 2009-10-31 Kagoshima   The adaptation effect for facial expressions of emotion
Kazusa Minemoto, Sakiko Yoshikawa (Kyoto Univ.) HCS2009-58
 [more] HCS2009-58
pp.1-6
HIP 2008-11-07
- 2008-11-11
Ishikawa Kanazawa Institute of Technology, Yamahiro Hot Spring The levels of processing effect on liking formation
Masato Nunoi, Sakiko Yoshikawa (Kyoto Univ.) HIP2008-100
There seems to be a relationship between liking an object and exposure experiences to it. Previous studies have given sp... [more] HIP2008-100
pp.63-67
PRMU, HIP 2007-09-03
17:00
Aichi Nagoya Univ. [Special Talk] Seeing Dynamic Facial Expressions of Emotion
Sakiko Yoshikawa (Kyoto Univ.) PRMU2007-68 HIP2007-77
 [more] PRMU2007-68 HIP2007-77
pp.127-132
HCS 2007-03-23
16:10
Aichi   The effect of state anxiety and fearful faces on gaze-triggered attention orienting
Shota Uono, Wataru Sato (Kyoto Univ.), Chikashi Michimata (Sophia Univ.), Sakiko Yoshikawa, Motomi Toichi (Kyoto Univ.)
It has been suggested that the anxiety and facial expression have influence on attention orienting by gaze cues, but it ... [more] HCS2006-65
pp.37-42
PRMU, HIP 2006-01-20
14:30
Osaka Osaka Univ. Using a cartoon portrait composition task to investigate facial representation -- Comparison of familiar and unfamiliar faces --
Naoshi Hiraoka, Sakiko Yoshikawa (Kyoto Univ.)
 [more] PRMU2005-165 HIP2005-135
pp.93-98
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