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Schedule in December 2013


Poster Symposium at the End of the Year 2013 on the Interdisciplinary Research of Perception and Cognition, Kyushu University

Date and time: 2 December 2013, 17:00-19:00
Venue: Science Cafe & Room 105, Biomedical Research Station, Kyushu University, 3-1-1, Maidashi, Higashi-ku, Fukuoka 812-8582, Japan; http://www.kyushu-u.ac.jp/access/map/hospital/hospital-e.html
Access map to Maidashi Campus: http://www.med.kyushu-u.ac.jp/english/campus/access/index.html 
Cosponsored by Project for Interdisciplinary Research and Research Center for Applied Perceptual Science (ReCAPS), Kyushu University.

A PDF version of the program including abstracts is available here.

Program

Invited papers

1. Some Extensions to Nakajima and Ueda's Method of the "Acoustic Language Universal"
Willy WONG, Erin TSANG, Pascal van LIESHOUT (University of Toronto)

2. The structure of visual hallucinatory experiences induced by flickering light
Cordula BECKER*, Mark A. ELLIOTT** (*Ludwig-Maximilians Universitaet, **National University of Ireland Galway)

3. Beta rhythms of electroencephalography during voice perception in persons with/without autism spectrum disorders
Atsuko GUNJI, Hiroshige TAKEICHI, Tomoka KOBAYASHI, Kota SUZUKI, Hisako YAMAMOTO, Akira YASUMURA, Masumi INAGAKI (National Center of Neurology and Psychiatry)

Contributed papers

4. Neural signature of attentional engagement in temporal judgment
Hiroshige TAKEICHI*, Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA**, Takako MITSUDO**, Shozo TOBIMATSU** (*RIKEN, **Kyushu University)

5. A study of music therapy for chronic schizophrenia patients in Japan
Masako ASANO*,**, Hiroe TSUKAHARA***, Miki TAKATO***, Youhei KOMATSU**, Motonori FUKUI****, Shiho SUGIHARA*****, Yuichi SAEKI****, Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA*Masako ASANO*, Hiroe TSUKAHARA**, Miki TAKATO**, Youhei KOMATSU***, Motonori FUKUI****, Shiho SUGIHARA*****, Yuichi SAEKI****, Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA****** (*Health Sciences University of Hokkaido, **National Hospital Organization Ryukyu Hospital, ***Nishikyushu University, ****National Hospital Organization Hizen Psychiatric Center, *****University of Hyogo, ******Kyushu University)

6. Audio-visual peripheral localization disparity
Ryota MIYAUCHI*, Dae-Gee KANG**, Yukio IWAYA***, and YĆ“iti SUZUKI** (*Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, **Tohoku University, ***Tohoku Gakuin University)

7. Subjective evaluations for inaudibility of differences between original track and watermarked track based on cochlear delay characteristics
Ryota MIYAUCHI, Daiki HAMADA, Atushi HANIU, and Masashi UNOKI (Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)

8. Cortical hemodynamic response patterns to normal and whispered speech
Gerard B. REMIJN*, Mitsuru KIKUCHI**, Yuko YOSHIMURA**, Kiyomi SHITAMICHI**, Sanae UENO**, Yoshio MINABE** (*Kyushu University, **Kanazawa University)

9. Temporal dynamics of the knowledge-mediated visual disambiguation process
Tomokazu URAKAWA*,**, Naruhito HIRONAGA*, Katsuya OGATA*, Takahiro KIMURA* Yuko KUME*, Shozo TOBIMATSU* (*Kyushu University, **Japan Society for the Promotion of Science)

10. A magnetoencephalographic study on pain-relief by vibrotactile stimulation
Koichi HAGIWARA, Mariko HAYAMIZU, Naruhito HIRONAGA, Katsuya OGATA, Shozo TOBIMATSU (Kyushu University)

11. Interactive evolutionary computation for human science
Hideyuki TAKAGI (Kyushu University)

12. Computational model-based analysis of musical expectancy
Satoshi MORIMOTO, Gerard B. REMIJN, Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA (Kyushu University)

13. Cats can see the illusory motion in Rotating snakes
Takeharu SENO*, Rasmus BAATH**, Akiyoshi KITAOKA*** (*Kyushu University, **Lund University, ***Ritsumeikan University)

14. No time stretching illusion when a tone is followed by a noise
Tsuyoshi KURODA*, Simon GRONDIN** (*Kyushu University, **Laval University)

15. The filled duration illusion with the method of adjustment when filled vs. empty comparison intervals are used
Emi HASUO*, Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA*, Takuya KISHIDA*, Erika TOMIMATSU*, Kazuo UEDA*, Simon GRONDIN** (*Kyushu University, **Laval University)

16. Speech development during the first 3 years of life
Yuko YAMASHITA*, Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA*, Kazuo UEDA*, Takeharu SENO*, Yohko SHIMADA**, David HIRSH*** (*Kyushu University, **Doushisha University, ***Sydney University)

17. Perceptual roles of power-fluctuation factors of speech sound revealed by cepstral liftering and zero-shifted factor analysis
Takuya KISHIDA, Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA, Kazuo UEDA, Gerard B. REMIJN, Takuya FUJIOKA (Kyushu University)

18. Effects of frequency-band elimination on identification of noise-vocoded Japanese syllables
Shinya ISAJI, Kazuo UEDA, Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA (Kyushu Univeristy)

19. Factor Analyses of Critical-Band Filtered Normal and Whispered Speech
Kiyoto NOGUCHI, Kazuo UEDA, Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA (Kyushu University)

20. A magnetoencephalographic study on brain responses to morphing human face into monkey face
Emi YAMADA, Katsuya OGATA, Mutsuhide TANAKA, Shozo TOBIMATSU (Kyushu University)

21. An ERP study on subliminal priming effects using emotional faces
Mutsuhide TANAKA, Toshihiko MAEKAWA, Katsuya OGATA, Emi YAMADA, Naomi TAKAMIYA, Shozo TOBIMATSU (Kyushu University)

22. Co-activation of small hand muscles depends on the synergy of neighborhood contracting muscles but not M1 somatotopy
Katsuya OGATA, Hisato NAKAZONO, Tsuyoshi OKAMOTO, Shozo TOBIMATSU (Kyushu University)

(Five Japanese papers follow.)

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Evolutionary Computation: Tutorial and Panel Discussion

Date and time: 13 December 2013, 15:00-18:00
Venue: Seminar Room, 2 F, Ohashi Satellite, Ohashi Campus, Kyushu University
Cosponsored by the Japanse Society for Evolutionary Computation and Research Center for Applied Perceptual Science (ReCAPS), Kyushu University.
Organizer: Hideyuki TAKAGI

Program
15:00-16:30 Tutorial: "Correct use of statistical tests: Can your paper pass reviewing?"
16:45-18:00 Panel discussion, "What are the interdisciplinary areas where evolutionary computation can contribute?"
18:30-  Get-together


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