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The 63rd Perceptual Frontier Seminar: 10th Anniversary Seminar

Date and time: Saturday, 11 November 2023, 13:00-18:00
Venue: Building 3, 321/322 (on site) on the 2nd floor of the 3rd Building on the Ohashi campus <http://www.design.kyushu-u.ac.jp/kyushu-u/english/access>
Language: English
Organizer: Gerard B. Remijn, Emi Hasuo (Kyushu Univ./ReCAPS), and Kazuo Ueda (Kyushu Univ./ReCAPS/Five-Sense Center)
Co-Sponsored by the Research and Development Center for Five-Sense Devices, Kyushu University

Program

1. 13:00-13:05 Greetings 
Akira OMOTO (Dean, Fac. Design, Kyushu Univ.)
Hiroyuki ITO (ReCAPS Director, Kyushu Univ.)

13:05-13:10 Group Photo

2. 13:10-13:40 Keynote 1 "Gestalt Principles in Auditory Time"
Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA (Prof. Emeritus, Kyushu Univ.; Sound Corp.)

3. 13:40-14:10 Keynote 2 "Taste and Smell Sensing Technology"
Kiyoshi TOKO (University Prof., Institute for Advanced Study, Research and Development Center for Five-Sense Devices, Kyushu Univ.)

4. 14:20 - 14:40 "Does Beat Influence Rhythm Perception?"
Emi HASUO (Kyushu Univ./ReCAPS)

5. 14:40 - 15:00 "Diversity and Commonality of Color Perception beyond Color Discrimination Ability"
Chihiro HIRAMATSU (Kyushu Univ./ReCAPS)

6. 15:00-15:20 "Fabrication of Biological Rhythms and Patterns"
Hiroshi ITO (Kyushu Univ.)

7. 15:20-15:40 "The Role of Sensory Integration in Temporal Binding"
Kentaro YAMAMOTO (Kyushu Univ./ReCAPS)

8. 16:00-17:30 Poster Symposium

P1. The effect of appearance and disappearance in transient-induced fading
Moyou Jiang, Hiroyuki Ito, Tama Kanematsu (Kyushu Univ.)

P2. Leaps in reverse and out of alignment: Revisiting the rabbit's hops in the visual saltation illusion
Sheryl Anne Manaligod de Jesus, Hiroyuki Ito, Tama Kanematsu (Kyushu Univ.)

P3. Multilingual slides with two different layouts: Students’ evaluation scores, learning performance, and attention distribution using eye tracking
Laksmira K. Adhani, Gerard B. Remijn (Kyushu Univ.)

P4. Worldwide survey of the association between color and temperatur
N. M. Sow (Kyushu Univ.), C. Saksirikosol, M. Shamohammadi, K. Rattanakasamsuk, C. Phuangsuwan (Rajamangala University of Technology Thanyaburi), C. Hiramatsu (Kyushu Univ.)

P5. The relation between pupil dilation and positive affective feelings induced by ASMR- sounds, music, and other sounds
Anna Takeuchi, Gerard B. Remijn (Kyushu Univ.)

P6. Checkerboard and interrupted speech: Intelligibility contrasts related to factor-analysis-based frequency bands
Kazuo Ueda, Linh Le Dieu Doan (Kyushu Univ.), Hiroshige Takeichi (RIKEN)

P7. Selective listening in checkerboard and interrupted speech stimuli with two talkers
Jun Hasegawa, Kazuo Ueda (Kyushu Univ.), Hiroshige Takeichi (RIKEN), Gerard B. Remijn, Emi Hasuo (Kyushu Univ.)

P8. How subtle linguistic cues prevent unethical behaviors
Wen Guo, Huanxu Liu, Jingwen Yang,Yuqi Mo, Can Zhong, Yuki Yamada (Kyushu Univ., Human-Environment Studies)

P9. The effect of sound frequency on auditory numerosity judgements
Kana Kusumi, Emi Hasuo, Gerard B. Remijn (Kyushu Univ.)

P10. Modality specificity of amodal completion with updates from October 2021 (53rd PFS)
Hiroshige Takeichi (RIKEN), Keito Taniguchi, Hiroaki Shigemasu (Kochi University of Technology)

P11. Discrepancies between physical and perceived inter-onset time intervals that cannot be ignored in music perception studies
Yoshitaka Nakajima, Emi Hasuo (Kyushu Univ.)

P12. Summary statistics in hearing: Average pitch estimation from a sequence of tones by listeners with and without absolute pitch
Gerard B. Remijn, Masaki Teramachi, Ryuji Takahashi, Kazuo Ueda (Kyushu Univ.)

P13. The impact of music in warehouse order picking operations
Clarissa M. Pesigan, Gerard B. Remijn (Kyushu Univ.)

P14. Auditory selective attention revealed an aberrant endogenous gamma-band synchronization in patients with schizophrenia.
Takako Mitsudo (Hizen Psychiatric Center), Shunsuke Tamura (Univ. Miyazaki), Yoshifumi Takai, Shoichiro Nakanishi (Kyushu Univ.), Takefumi Ueno (Hizen Psychiatric Center), Toshiaki Onitsuka (Sakakibara Hospital), Yoji Hirano (Univ. Miyazaki)

18:00-20:00 Banquet (Reservation required. Contact the organizers for a reservation)

 

 

 

 

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The 64th Perceptual Frontier Seminar: Rehearsal for Auditory Research Meeting (15-16 December) and Acoustics 2023 Sydney (4-8 December)

Date and time: Wednesday, 29 November, 14:50-16:20
Venue: 601 on the 6th floor of the 3rd Building on the Ohashi campus <http://www.design.kyushu-u.ac.jp/kyushu-u/english/access>
Language: English
Organizer: Kazuo Ueda (Kyushu Univ./ReCAPS/Five-Sense Center)

Oral presentations

1. Summary statistics for music scale tones: The influence of the interstimulus interval between the stimulus set and the comparison tone
Gerard B. REMIJN, Ryuji TAKAHASHI, and Kazuo UEDA (Kyushu Univ.)

Listeners with and without absolute pitch were asked to estimate the average pitch of a set of 6 music scale tones and compare the estimate with a comparison tone. The interstimulus interval (ISI) between the set and the comparison tone was set at 500 ms, 5000 ms, and 15000 ms to investigate a possible effect of ISI on retention of the estimated pitch and the pitches of individual tones in the set. The results for both listener groups suggest that while ISI duration affects recognition of individual tones in the set, it hardly influences the percentage correct of the summary-statistical estimate of music scale pitches.

Poster presentations

P1. Selective listening in checkerboard and interrupted speech stimuli with two talkers
Jun Hasegawa, Kazuo Ueda (Kyushu Univ.), Hiroshige Takeichi (RIKEN), Gerard B. Remijn, Emi Hasuo (Kyushu Univ.)

P2. Checkerboard and interrupted speech: Intelligibility contrasts related to factor-analysis-based frequency bands
Kazuo Ueda, Linh Le Dieu Doan (Kyushu Univ.), Hiroshige Takeichi (RIKEN)

P3. Interrupted mosaic speech revisited: Gain and loss in intelligibility by stretching
Kazuo Ueda, Msashi Hashimoto (Kyushu Univ.), Hiroshige Takeichi (RIKEN), and Kohei Wakamiya (Kyushu Univ.)

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