Human Information Science Laboratory
Human Information Science Laboratory uses approches such as information science, psychophyics, and neuroscience to investigate mechanisms underlying our perception, emotion, and motion, for understanding how environmental and social information is processed in human body and brain. The research findings are expected to serve as fundamentals of future information technologies that are conceptually novel and user-friendly.
【Academic paper】A research paper on the Kohnstamm phenomenon which is a prolonged involuntary arm movement was published in “frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience”.(2018/6)
Jack DeHavas, Sho Ito, Patrick Haggard, Hiroaki Gomi (2018). Low Gain Servo Control During the Kohnstamm Phenomenon Reveals Dissociation Between Low-Level Control Mechanisms for Involuntary vs. Voluntary Arm Movements
【Academic paper】A research paper on estimation of tactile perception through visual observation of the hand motion was published in “IEEE Transactions on Haptics”.(2018/6)
Takumi Yokosaka, Scinob Kuroki, Junji Watanabe, & Shin’ya Nishida (2018). "Estimating Tactile Perception by Observing Explorative Hand Motion of Others.", IEEE Transactions on Haptics, 11(2), 192-203.
【Academic paper】A research paper on egocentric representation was published in “Cortex”.(2018/4)
Abekawa, Naotoshi; Ferrè, Elisa Raffaella; Gallagher, Maria; Gomi, Hiroaki; Haggard, Patrick (2018). “Disentangling the visual, motor and representational effects of vestibular input.” Cortex, 104, 46-57.
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