Human Information Science Laboratory

Human Information Science Laboratory

Shigeto Furukawa, Ph.D.
Dr.Shigeto Furukawa,
Executive Manager

  Human Information Science Laboratory uses approaches such as information science, psychology, and neuroscience to study the mechanisms underlying human perception, emotion, and movement, and to understand how environmental and social information is processed in the human body and brain. These findings are expected to serve as bases for future information technologies that are conceptually new and user-friendly.

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  • 【Academic paper】Wong-Villacres, Marisol and Garcia, Adriana Alvarado and Badillo-Urquiola, Karla and Machuca, Mayra Donaji Barrera and Felice, Marianela Ciolfi and Gaytán-Lugo, Laura S. and Lemus, Oscar A. and Reynolds-Cuéllar, Pedro and Perusquía-Hernández, Monica(2021) “Lessons from Latin America: embracing horizontality to reconstruct HCI as a pluriverse”, Interactions,2, pp56-63,2021
    [https://interactions.acm.org/archive/view/march-april-2021/lessons-from-latin-america](2021/3)
  • 【Academic paper】Monica Perusquia-Hernandez(2021) “Are people happy when they smile?: Affective assessments based on automatic smile genuineness identification”, Emotion Studies,6,(1),pp57-71, 2021
    [https://www.jstage.jst.go.jp/article/ems/6/1/6_ES609/_article](2021/3)
  • 【Academic paper】Kuroki, S. & Nishida, S. (2021) "Motion direction discrimination with tactile random-dot kinematgrams", i-Perception, 12(1)
    [https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/20416695211004620](2021/3)
  • 【Academic paper】 “Takamuku S., Ohta H., Kanai C., Hamilton A. & Gomi H. (2021), Seeing motion of controlled object improves grip timing in adults with autism spectrum condition: evidence for use of inverse dynamics in motor control.”, Experimental Brain Research(Feb.202), doi: 10.1007/s00221-021-06046-3.
    [https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00221-021-06046-3](2021/2)
  • 【Academic paper】 Zhou Y., Nakamura Y., Mugitani R., Watanabe J. (2021) ”Influence of prior auditory and visual information on speech perception: Evidence from Japanese singleton and geminate words”, Acoustical Science and Technology, 42, 1 (2021), p36-p45
    [https://www.jstage.jst.go.jp/article/ast/42/1/42_E2052/_article/-char/ja/](2021/2)

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