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HI, VRPSY 2021-11-26
16:15
Online   A microsaccade detection method based on order statistics and Mahalanobis distances
Ryoma Kobata, Masahito Sakaguchi, Hisashi Yoshida, Takeshi Kohama (Kindai Univ.)
 [more] HI2021-14
pp.17-20
HI 2021-03-05
11:10
Online   Estimation of brain regions contributing to maintain focal attention based on fNIRS measurements
Tomoki Matsumoto, Jyunpei Kubo, Takeshi Kohama, Hisashi Yoshida (Kindai Univ.)
Neurorehabilitation researches, which aims to recover from brain dysfunction, has attracted attention as a method to eff... [more] HI2021-3
pp.9-12
HI 2021-03-05
11:35
Online   An analysis of microsaccade characteristics induced by bottom-up attention shifts
Shogo Noguchi, Masahito Sakaguchi, Ryoma Kobata, Takeshi Kohama, Hisashi Yoshida (Kindai Univ.)
The purpose of this study is to investigate the relationship between bottom-up attention shifts and characteristics of m... [more] HI2021-4
pp.13-16
HI, VRPSY 2020-11-27
10:35
Online   Estimation of brain regions involved in maintaining attentional focus based on fNIRS measurements
Tomoki Matsumoto, Jyunpei Kubo, Takeshi Kohama, Hisashi Yoshida (Kindai Univ.)
 [more] HI2020-59
pp.1-4
HI, VRPSY 2020-11-27
16:30
Online   Investigation of features contributing to improve accuracy in an RNN machine learning model for microsaccade detection
Tomoaki Morimoto, Takeshi Kohama, Hisashi Yoshida (Kindai Univ.)
 [more] HI2020-70
pp.41-44
HI, VRPSY 2020-11-28
09:30
Online   Quantitative assessment of arousal level based on dynamic features of fixation eye movements and pupil fluctuations
Kousuke Nakagaki, Takeshi Kohama, Hisashi Yoshida (Kindai Univ.)
 [more] HI2020-72
pp.49-52
HI, 3DIT 2020-03-11
12:55
Tokyo Kogakuin Univ. Tokyo Urban Tech Tower Campus
(Cancelled)
Aging effects on characteristics of fixation eye movements in an RSVP task
Kaito Nagano, Takeshi Kohama, Hisashi Yoshida (Kindai Univ.)
In this study, we evaluated the relationship between the effects of
aging on the characteristics of fixation eye move... [more]
HI2020-51 3DIT2020-2
pp.3-6
HI, VRPSY 2019-11-08
15:45
Osaka Kindai Univ. Detection of fixation eye movement components using non-Gaussian state-space model.
Yoshitaka Kitaoka, Kaito Nagano, Takeshi Kohama, Hisashi Yoshida (Kindai Univ.)
 [more] HI2019-77
pp.25-28
HI, VRPSY 2019-11-08
16:10
Osaka Kindai Univ. An effect of bottom-up attention on microsaccade rate
Shogo Noguchi, Takeshi Kohama, Hisashi Yoshida (Kindai Univ.)
Focusing or reallocating attention while actively fixating on the visual stimuli modulates the rate of microsaccades. Ho... [more] HI2019-78
pp.29-32
HI, VRPSY 2019-11-08
16:35
Osaka Kindai Univ. Aroma effects on hemodynamic modulation in the prefrontal lobe based on an fNIRS measurement
Tomoki Matsumoto, Takeshi Kohama, Tetsuya Matsukawa, Yoshihiro Takikawa, Hisashi Yoshida, Shin'ichiro Kajiyama (Kindai Univ.)
Aromatherapy has begun to attract attention as a treatment for depression. In particular, the aroma of lavender is sugge... [more] HI2019-79
pp.33-36
HI 2018-03-07
13:50
Tokyo Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology An effect of ocular microtremor on vernier acuity based on retinal neuron circuit model considering sampling properties of photoreceptors
Kensuke Kubo, Takeshi Kohama, Hisashi Yoshida (Kindai Univ.)
 [more] HI2018-46
pp.9-12
HI 2017-03-08
12:05
Tokyo Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology An analysis of steering accuracy and eye movement properties under language fluent tasks
Yuma Nakai, Takeshi Kohama (Kindai Univ.), Shinichi Ueda, Kohta Matsuda, Aya Kadono (Tokai Rika), Hisashi Yoshida (Kindai Univ.)
 [more] HI2017-55
pp.9-12
HI 2017-03-08
15:30
Tokyo Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology Hemodynamic response measurment of visual cortex based on general linear model analysis for event-related fNIRS signals
Ryota Okamoto, Aoi Kobayashi, Takeshi Kohama, Hisashi Yoshida (Kindai Univ.)
In recent years, functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) measurement technique that can measure brain function unc... [more] HI2017-59
pp.25-28
HI, 3DIT 2016-03-08
11:40
Tokyo Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology An analyses of characteristics of fixational eye movements in amblyopia
Yuji Kanoh, Yuma Nakai, Shohei Ohtani (Kinki Univ.), Hiroko Tanaka, Kumi Shirai (WMU), Takeshi Kohama (Kinki Univ.), Shizuya Saika (WMU), Hisashi Yoshida (Kinki Univ.)
It is known that amblyopia could be improved by sight training such as visual attention concentration tasks. However, th... [more] HI2016-44 3DIT2016-3
pp.9-12
HI, 3DIT 2016-03-08
13:35
Tokyo Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology Inhibition effects on resting fNIRS signals of prefrontal cortex by dynamic random-dot patterns
Hiroki Namikawa, Ryota Okamoto, Haruna Shibata, Takeshi Kohama, Hisashi Yoshida (Kinki Univ.)
In the measurement of the functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS), the difference between resting state and task-p... [more] HI2016-45 3DIT2016-4
pp.13-16
HI 2015-03-10
13:40
Tokyo Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology A verification of moduration of visual perception caused by fixation eye movements based on a model of retinae
Makoto Nishino, Takeshi Kohama, Hisashi Yoshida (Kinki Univ)
In this study, we performed a simulation experiments using a mathematical model of a wide-scale retinal network consider... [more] HI2015-49
pp.17-20
HI 2015-03-10
14:05
Tokyo Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology A mathematical model for reproducing stochastic properties of fixation eye movements
Ken Tokudome, Takeshi Kohama, Sho Kikkawa, Hisashi Yoshida (Kinki Univ.)
In this study, we propose a mathematical model of fixation eye movements controlled by visual attention mechanisms to es... [more] HI2015-50
pp.21-24
HI 2015-03-10
14:30
Tokyo Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology Quantitative assessments of arousal level by analyzing fixation eye movements and pupil fluctuations
Shogo Honda, Takeshi Kohama, Hisashi Yoshida (Kinki Univ.)
Previous studies have shown that microsaccade (MS) rates increase and pupil diameters continuously constrict antecedent ... [more] HI2015-51
pp.25-28
HI 2014-03-04
16:55
Tokyo Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology A quantitative evaluation of attentional concentration based on drift eye movement analyses
Daisuke Noguchi, Takeshi Kohama, Sho Kikkawa, Hisashi Yoshida (Kinki Univ.)
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effects of visual attention on the dynamics of drift eye movements objectiv... [more] HI2014-39
pp.45-48
HI, 3DIT 2012-03-07
14:55
Tokyo Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology Quantitative assessment of visually induced motion sickness based on the analysis of fixation eye movements
Kei Nakagawa, Takeshi Kohama, Hisashi Yoshida, Sho Kikkawa (Kinki Univ.)
In this study, we analyzed fixation eye movements immediately after watching certain length of movie contents which cont... [more] HI2012-59 3DIT2012-28
pp.47-50
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