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Committee Date Time Place Paper Title / Authors Abstract Paper #
RCS, SR, SRW
(Joint)
2020-03-05
15:50
Tokyo Tokyo Institute of Technology
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
Cherishing Old Knowledge concerning Turing Machine and Information Theory for Acquiring New Knowledge concerning Mind-Reading Machine -- Anti-Personnel Radar Applied to Brain-Machine Interface --
Makoto Koike (MK Microwave) RCS2019-372
Let Turing Machine be a model of a human brain, its Universal Turing machine serves as a model of mind-reading machine. ... [more] RCS2019-372
pp.269-274
HCS 2020-01-26
10:30
Oita Room407, J:COM HorutoHall OITA (Oita) Acquisition of Function Words That Represent Dialogue Acts -- Constructing a Hybrid Model of Automatic and Deliberate Processing --
Akane Matsushima, Natsuki Oka, Chie Fukada (Kyoto Institute of Technology), Yuko Yoshimura (Kanazawa Univ.), Koji Kawahara (Nagoya University of Foreign Studies) HCS2019-70
(To be available after the conference date) [more] HCS2019-70
pp.93-98
HCS 2020-01-26
15:30
Oita Room407, J:COM HorutoHall OITA (Oita) The difference of the degree of difficulty among false belief tasks -- Analysis by Item Response Theory (IRT) --
Kaoru Toyama (Ryukoku Univ.) HCS2019-80
The false belief tasks have been used for more than 35 years to measure the existence of a theory of mind. Even today, t... [more] HCS2019-80
pp.153-156
HCS 2019-02-02
15:50
Niigata Niigata Nippo Media Ship Parental reports on children's mental state language, at three years of age, predicts executive processing
Hiromi Tsuji (Osaka Shoin Univ.) HCS2018-63
Mental state talk has been regarded as one of the key components for the development of social understanding such as the... [more] HCS2018-63
pp.89-93
HCS 2017-10-27
14:20
Hiroshima Higashi Hiroshima Arts & Culture Hall Kurara Will people stop being kind at the end of the world? -- Observing prosocial decision-making from the perspective of Terror Management Theory --
Hui Fa, Naoki Kugihara (Osaka Univ.) HCS2017-62
According to Terror Management Theory, self-esteem and culture worldview serve as buffers against the anxiety of death. ... [more] HCS2017-62
pp.15-19
MW 2017-05-19
13:00
Osaka Osaka Univ. (Seminar Room1, Osaka Univ. Kaikan) What Science-Minded Teenagers Learn from the Static kQ Theory
Takashi Ohira (TUT) MW2017-18
This paper tries to stimulate teenagers with an enigma on dc power transfer. Power efficiency is derived in terms of loa... [more] MW2017-18
pp.61-64
HCS 2017-01-27
14:10
Fukuoka Namiki Square Japanese children's understanding of events -- representations of causality and intentionality predict theory of mind understanding --
Hiromi Tsuji (Osaka Shoin Women's Univ.) HCS2016-66
Japanese children’s ability to represent causality and intentionality was investigated for sequencing and narrating pict... [more] HCS2016-66
pp.41-45
HCS 2017-01-27
14:30
Fukuoka Namiki Square Effects of the understanding of second-order belief on white lie
Yukari Kitazawa (Univ. of Tokyo) HCS2016-67
It is said that intentional lying is possible in 4- or 5-year-olds, and people also can tell lies in order to benefit ot... [more] HCS2016-67
pp.47-52
HCS 2017-01-27
15:10
Fukuoka Namiki Square The relation between theory-of-mind and individualism vs. collectivism and empathy -- An examination of Japanese and Australian adults' performance --
Kaoru Toyama (Ryukoku Univ.), Kana Imuta, Virginia Slaughter (UQ), Michiteru Kitazaki (TUT), Shoji Itakura (Kyoto Univ.) HCS2016-69
It has been pointed out that there are cultural differences in the theory of the mind. It is known that children from th... [more] HCS2016-69
pp.59-63
TL 2016-07-24
10:00
Tokyo Waseda Univ. (Nishi-Waseda Campus) A CHILDES analysis of mental state verbs in Japanese and English
Jun Nomura (Kyoto Women's Univ.), Takaaki Suzuki (Kyoto Sangyo Univ.) TL2016-22
This study compares Japanese-speaking mother-child dyads to English-speaking ones in terms of their use of mental state ... [more] TL2016-22
pp.53-58
HCS 2016-01-22
11:00
Nara Yamato Kaigishitsu On the use of Japanese mental state terms in mother-child dyads
Jun Nomura (Kyoto Women's Univ.), Takaaki Suzuki (Kyoto Sangyo Univ.) HCS2015-61
As a linguistic factor that is closely related to the development of Theory of Mind, mental state terms have received co... [more] HCS2015-61
pp.13-18
HCS 2015-01-30
15:00
Kagawa Bay Resort Hotel Shodoshima (Shodoshima, Kagaewa Pref.) [Poster Presentation] Does Cognitive Disfluency help Preschoolers False Belief Understanding?
Kensuke Sato (Meiji Univ.) HCS2014-80
Preschoolers often make realism errors in mindreading tasks such as false belief tasks. However, the cognitive mechanism... [more] HCS2014-80
pp.43-47
HCS 2015-01-30
17:00
Kagawa Bay Resort Hotel Shodoshima (Shodoshima, Kagaewa Pref.) [Poster Presentation] Comparison of Japanese and Australian adults in theory of mind -- Investigating the use of subject and mental state language --
Kaoru Toyama (OIC), Kana Imuta, Virginia Slaughter (UQ), Michiteru Kitazaki (TUT), Shoji Itakura (kyoto-u) HCS2014-91
The abundance of research on theory-of-mind development in young children has led to several meta-analyses on this topic... [more] HCS2014-91
pp.103-107
MBE, NC
(Joint)
2014-11-22
13:15
Miyagi Tohoku University The switching mechanism between self and other's perspective for intention inference
Sachika Suzuki, Nobuhiko Asakura, Toshio Inui (Kyoto Univ.) NC2014-38
When a person estimates the mental state of another person, he/she observes one’s actions in view of one’s situation and... [more] NC2014-38
pp.67-72
MBE, NC
(Joint)
2014-11-22
13:40
Miyagi Tohoku University A Bayesian Network Model of theory-of-mind
Naoya Nishio, Nobuhiko Asakura, Toshio Inui (Kyoro Univ.) NC2014-39
Theory of mind (ToM) is a knowledge and cognitive framework for understanding the minds of others and predicting their a... [more] NC2014-39
pp.73-78
HIP 2011-02-22
10:00
Okinawa Okinawa International Univ. Towards seamless man-machine communication using theory of mind
Fumito Hamada, Edson T. Miyamoto (U. Tsukuba) HIP2010-86
Since its proposal 60 years ago, the Turing Test has generated intense debate in theoretical AI. However, it has not had... [more] HIP2010-86
pp.39-44
TL 2010-08-06
11:05
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. A Phase Theory-Based Computational Model of Sentence Generation
Jason Ginsburg (Univ. of Aizu.) TL2010-27
This paper presents a computational model of sentence generation, based on recent work in Phase Theory (Chomsky 1999, 20... [more] TL2010-27
pp.93-98
HCS 2009-10-09
13:00
Kyoto community Sagano [Invited Talk] Metacognition in Human Communication
Machiko Sannomiya (Osaka Univ.) HCS2009-48
Successful human communication needs metacognition of both information senders and receivers. This article discusses the... [more] HCS2009-48
pp.1-4
NC 2006-01-23
13:35
Hokkaido Hokkaido Univ. [Invited Talk] Choices based on profitability and their deviations -- Ecological and evolutionary backgrounds --
Toshiya Matsushima (Nagoya Univ)
Do animals mind? Do non-mammalian animals, in particular, have internal process akin to our mental activities? This qu... [more] NC2005-94
pp.25-27
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