Updated on 2021/12/22

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Go Keiryu
 
Organization
Faculty of Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering in Health Systems Professor
Position
Professor
Other name(s)
Jinglong Wu
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Degree

  • 博士 ( 1994.3   京都大学 )

  • 博士(工学)

Research Interests

  • 知能機械システム

  • Intelligent Mechanical Systems

Research Areas

  • Life Science / Biomedical engineering

  • Life Science / Cognitive and brain science

  • Informatics / Perceptual information processing

 

Papers

  • Machine-vision fused brain machine interface based on dynamic augmented reality visual stimulation

    Deyu Zhang, Siyu Liu, Kai Wang, Jian Zhang, Duanduan Chen, Yilong Zhang, Li Nie, Jiajia Yang, Funabashi Shinntarou, Jinglong Wu, Tianyi Yan

    Journal of Neural Engineering   18 ( 5 )   056061 - 056061   2021.10

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    DOI: 10.1088/1741-2552/ac2c9e

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  • A Basic Psychophysics Study of Visual Masking Effect on Kanji Recognition for Image Recognition Technology

    Qi Dai, Lichang Yao, Ikue Hattori, Qiong Wu, Jiajia Yang, Satoshi Takahashi, Yoshimichi Ejima, Jinglong Wu

    2021 IEEE International Conference on Mechatronics and Automation (ICMA)   2021.8

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    DOI: 10.1109/icma52036.2021.9512762

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  • A Basic Psychophysics Study of Sound Reliability Effects on Audiovisual Integration for Developing New Virtual Reality Device

    Hongtao Yu, Qiong Wu, Mengni Zhou, Qi Li, Jiajia Yang, Satoshi Takahashi, Yoshimichi Ejima, Jinglong Wu

    2021 IEEE International Conference on Mechatronics and Automation (ICMA)   2021.8

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    DOI: 10.1109/icma52036.2021.9512687

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  • A Behavior Study on the Effect of Baby Schema on Face Discrimination for Robot Appearance Design

    Lichang Yao, Qi Dai, Yiyang Yu, Yuki Nishioka, Qiong Wu, Mengni Zhou, Jiajia Yang, Satoshi Takahashi, Yoshimichi Ejima, Jinglong Wu

    2021 IEEE International Conference on Mechatronics and Automation (ICMA)   2021.8

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    DOI: 10.1109/icma52036.2021.9512736

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  • Human Somatosensory Processing and Artificial Somatosensation

    Luyao Wang, Lihua Ma, Jiajia Yang, Jinglong Wu

    Cyborg and Bionic Systems   2021   1 - 11   2021.7

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    In the past few years, we have gained a better understanding of the information processing mechanism in the human brain, which has led to advances in artificial intelligence and humanoid robots. However, among the various sensory systems, studying the somatosensory system presents the greatest challenge. Here, we provide a comprehensive review of the human somatosensory system and its corresponding applications in artificial systems. Due to the uniqueness of the human hand in integrating receptor and actuator functions, we focused on the role of the somatosensory system in object recognition and action guidance. First, the low-threshold mechanoreceptors in the human skin and somatotopic organization principles along the ascending pathway, which are fundamental to artificial skin, were summarized. Second, we discuss high-level brain areas, which interacted with each other in the haptic object recognition. Based on this close-loop route, we used prosthetic upper limbs as an example to highlight the importance of somatosensory information. Finally, we present prospective research directions for human haptic perception, which could guide the development of artificial somatosensory systems.

    DOI: 10.34133/2021/9843259

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  • Improving Visual Working Memory With Training on a Tactile Orientation Sequence Task in Humans

    Ting Guo, Yanna Ren, Yinghua Yu, Yiyang Yu, Yuuki Hasegawa, Qiong Wu, Jiajia Yang, Satoshi Takahashi, Yoshimichi Ejima, Jinglong Wu

    SAGE Open   11 ( 3 )   2021.7

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    Working memory refers to the cognitive capacity to temporarily store and manipulate information from multiple sensory domains. Recent studies have shown that cognitive training can improve performance in both visual working memory and tactile working memory tasks. However, it is still unclear whether the effects of training can be transferred from one sensory modality to another. The current study assessed whether the training effect of the tactile orientation sequence task could transfer to visual orientation sequence and visuospatial working memory tasks. The results showed that participants’ accuracy in the tactile orientation sequence task was significantly increased after 9 days of training compared with that before training. Remarkably, participants’ accuracy in both the visual orientation sequence task and the visuospatial task was significantly improved after 9 days of training. These results suggest that it is possible to improve visual working memory through a transfer effect from tactile task training without practice in the visual domain, which opens a wide range of applications for tactile orientation sequence tasks.

    DOI: 10.1177/21582440211031549

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  • A New Method for Haptic Shape Discriminability Detection

    Yulong Liu, Jiajia Yang, Yinghua Yu, Yiyang Yu, Wu Wang, Huazhi Li, Satoshi Takahashi, Yoshimichi Ejima, Qiong Wu, Jinglong Wu

    Applied Sciences   11 ( 15 )   7049 - 7049   2021.5

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    Touch shape discrimination is not only closely related to tactile mechanoreceptors but also higher cognitive function. However, previous shape discrimination methods are difficult to complete in a short time, and the devices are complicated to operate and not user-friendly for nonprofessionals. Here, we propose a new method, the evaluation quantity of which is the angle discrimination threshold. In addition, to make this method easy to use for nonprofessionals, we designed a haptic angle sorting system, including the device and software. To evaluate this method, the angle sorting and two-angle discrimination experiments were compared, and it was found that participants spent significantly less time in the former experiment than in the latter. At the same time, there is a strong correlation between the performance of angle sorting and two-angle discrimination, which shows that the angle threshold obtained by the new method can also be used to evaluate the ability of touch discrimination. Moreover, the angle sorting results of different age groups also further demonstrate the feasibility of the method. The efficiency of this new method and the effectiveness of the system also provide a convenient means for evaluating haptic shape discrimination, which may have potential clinical application value in the early diagnosis of peripheral neuropathy and even in the evaluation of cognitive function.

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  • Different activation signatures in the primary sensorimotor and higher-level regions for haptic three-dimensional curved surface exploration

    Jiajia Yang, Peter J. Molfese, Yinghua Yu, Daniel A. Handwerker, Gang Chen, Paul A. Taylor, Yoshimichi Ejima, Jinglong Wu, Peter A. Bandettini

    NeuroImage   231   117754 - 117754   2021.5

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    DOI: 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2021.117754

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  • Salient properties in bimanual haptic volume perception: influence of object shape, finger pair, and schizotypal personality traits

    Zhilin Zhang, Chuang Gao, Shuo Zhao, Jinglong Wu, Hidenao Fukuyama, Toshiya Murai

    IEEE Transactions on Haptics   1 - 1   2021.5

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    DOI: 10.1109/toh.2021.3077882

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  • The effect of flanker category on crowding is modulated by processing time

    Yiyang Yu, Qiong Wu, Qi Dai, Jiajia Yang, Satoshi Takahashi, Yoshimichi Ejima, Jinglong Wu

    International Journal of Mechatronics and Automation   8 ( 2 )   100 - 109   2021.5

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    DOI: 10.1504/ijma.2021.115241

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  • A Modular Design of Tactile Stimulation System for Somatotopic Mapping of Tactile Perception

    Chenyu Wang, Ruoshui Yang, Binbin Yang, Luyao Wang, Yutong Wang, Jinglong Wu

    2021 4th International Conference on Electron Device and Mechanical Engineering (ICEDME)   2021.5

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    DOI: 10.1109/icedme52809.2021.00046

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  • Functional heterogeneity in the left lateral posterior parietal cortex during visual and haptic crossmodal dot‐surface matching

    Jiajia Yang, Yinghua Yu, Hiroaki Shigemasu, Hiroshi Kadota, Kiyoshi Nakahara, Takanori Kochiyama, Yoshimichi Ejima, Jinglong Wu

    Brain and Behavior   11 ( 3 )   2021.3

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    DOI: 10.1002/brb3.2033

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  • Study on temporal characteristics of spatial attention induced by microsaccade

    Naoki KIYAMA, Qiong WU, Satoshi TAKAHASHI, Jiajia YANG, Yoshimichi Ejima, Jinglong WU

    The Proceedings of Conference of Chugoku-Shikoku Branch   2021.3

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    DOI: 10.1299/jsmecs.2021.59.01a1

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  • Visual-haptic integration effects the haptic size perception

    Binyue Gao, Jiajia Yang, Satoshi Takahashi, Yoshimichi Ejima, Jinglong Wu

    The Proceedings of Conference of Chugoku-Shikoku Branch   2021.3

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    DOI: 10.1299/jsmecs.2021.59.01a2

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  • The categorical relational process mechanism in enactment learning: effects of divided attention and categorical cues

    Lijuan Wang, Qingqing Li, Qiong Wu, Satoshi Takahashi, Jinglong Wu

    Journal of Cognitive Psychology   33 ( 2 )   133 - 145   2021.2

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    DOI: 10.1080/20445911.2021.1883032

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  • Stimulus Intervals Modulate the Balance of Brain Activity in the Human Primary Somatosensory Cortex: An ERP Study

    Yang Liu, Bo Dong, Jiajia Yang, Yoshimichi Ejima, Jinglong Wu, Qiong Wu, Ming Zhang

    Frontiers in Neuroinformatics   14   2021.1

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    Neuronal excitation and inhibition occur in the brain at the same time, and brain activation reflects changes in the sum of excitation and inhibition. This principle has been well-established in lower-level sensory systems, including vision and touch, based on animal studies. However, it is unclear how the somatosensory system processes the balance between excitation and inhibition. In the present ERP study, we modified the traditional spatial attention paradigm by adding double stimuli presentations at short intervals (i.e., 10, 30, and 100 ms). Seventeen subjects participated in the experiment. Five types of stimulation were used in the experiment: a single stimulus (one raised pin for 40 ms), standard stimulus (eight pins for 40 ms), and double stimuli presented at intervals of 10, 30, and 100 ms. The subjects were asked to attend to a particular finger and detect whether the standard stimulus was presented to that finger. The results showed a clear attention-related ERP component in the single stimulus condition, but the suppression components associated with the three interval conditions seemed to be dominant in somatosensory areas. In particular, we found the strongest suppression effect in the ISI-30 condition (interval of 30 ms) and that the suppression and enhancement effects seemed to be counterbalanced in both the ISI-10 and ISI-100 conditions (intervals of 10 and 100 ms, respectively). This type of processing may allow humans to easily discriminate between multiple stimuli on the same body part.

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  • Changes in efficiencies and interactions of attentional networks in Parkinson’s disease with sleep disturbance

    Yanna Ren, Keisuke Suzuki, Koichi Hirata, Weiping Yang, Jinglong Wu

    Neuroscience Research   170   236 - 244   2020.12

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    DOI: 10.1016/j.neures.2021.05.004

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  • Hemodynamic response varies across tactile stimuli with different temporal structures

    Luyao Wang, Chunlin Li, Duanduan Chen, Xiaoyu Lv, Ritsu Go, Jinglong Wu, Tianyi Yan

    Human Brain Mapping   42 ( 3 )   587 - 597   2020.11

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    DOI: 10.1002/hbm.25243

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  • Semantic Congruency Modulates the Effect of Attentional Load on the Audiovisual Integration of Animate Images and Sounds

    Qingqing Li, Qiong Wu, Yiyang Yu, Fengxia Wu, Satoshi Takahashi, Yoshimichi Ejima, Jiajia Yang, Jinglong Wu

    i-Perception   11 ( 6 )   204166952098109 - 204166952098109   2020.11

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    Attentional processes play a complex and multifaceted role in the integration of input from different sensory modalities. However, whether increased attentional load disrupts the audiovisual (AV) integration of common objects that involve semantic content remains unclear. Furthermore, knowledge regarding how semantic congruency interacts with attentional load to influence the AV integration of common objects is limited. We investigated these questions by examining AV integration under various attentional-load conditions. AV integration was assessed by adopting an animal identification task using unisensory (animal images and sounds) and AV stimuli (semantically congruent AV objects and semantically incongruent AV objects), while attentional load was manipulated by using a rapid serial visual presentation task. Our results indicate that attentional load did not attenuate the integration of semantically congruent AV objects. However, semantically incongruent animal sounds and images were not integrated (as there was no multisensory facilitation), and the interference effect produced by the semantically incongruent AV objects was reduced by increased attentional-load manipulations. These findings highlight the critical role of semantic congruency in modulating the effect of attentional load on the AV integration of common objects.

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  • Layer-specific activation of sensory input and predictive feedback in the human primary somatosensory cortex. International journal

    Yinghua Yu, Laurentius Huber, Jiajia Yang, David C Jangraw, Daniel A Handwerker, Peter J Molfese, Gang Chen, Yoshimichi Ejima, Jinglong Wu, Peter A Bandettini

    Science advances   5 ( 5 )   eaav9053   2019.5

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    When humans perceive a sensation, their brains integrate inputs from sensory receptors and process them based on their expectations. The mechanisms of this predictive coding in the human somatosensory system are not fully understood. We fill a basic gap in our understanding of the predictive processing of somatosensation by examining the layer-specific activity in sensory input and predictive feedback in the human primary somatosensory cortex (S1). We acquired submillimeter functional magnetic resonance imaging data at 7T (n = 10) during a task of perceived, predictable, and unpredictable touching sequences. We demonstrate that the sensory input from thalamic projects preferentially activates the middle layer, while the superficial and deep layers in S1 are more engaged for cortico-cortical predictive feedback input. These findings are pivotal to understanding the mechanisms of tactile prediction processing in the human somatosensory cortex.

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  • Discrimination threshold for haptic volume perception of fingers and phalanges Reviewed

    Zhilin Zhang,Chunlin Li,Jian Zhang,Qiang Huang,Ritsu Go,Tianyi Yan,Jinglong Wu*

    Attention, Perception, and Psychophysics, Perception and Psychophysics   1 - 10   2017.12

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  • Decreased complexity in Alzheimer's disease Reviewed

    Bin Wang,Yan Niu,Liwen Miao,Rui Cao,Pengfei Yan,Hao Guo,Dandan Li,Yuxiang Guo,Tianyi Yan,Jinglong Wu*,Jie Xiang,Hui Zhang,for the Alzheimer's Disease Neuroimaging InitiativeAuthor collaboration

    Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience   9 ( NOV )   16 - 25   2017.11

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  • Beta-band functional connectivity influences audiovisual integration in older age Reviewed

    Luyao Wang,Wenhui Wang,Tianyi Yan,Jiayong Song,Weiping Yang,Bin Wang,Ritsu Go,Qiang Huang,Jinglong Wu*

    Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience   9 ( AUG )   121 - 132   2017.8

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  • Audiovisual Integration Delayed by Stimulus Onset Asynchrony Between Auditory and Visual Stimuli in Older Adults Reviewed

    Yanna Ren,Weiping Yang,Kohei Nakahashi,Satoshi Takahashi*,Jinglong Wu*

    Perception   46 ( 2 )   205 - 218   2017.2

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  • Audiovisual Integration Delayed by Stimulus Onset Asynchrony Between Auditory and Visual Stimuli in Older Adults Reviewed

    Yanna Ren, Weiping Yang, Kohei Nakahashi, Satoshi Takahashi, Jinglong Wu

    PERCEPTION   46 ( 2 )   205 - 218   2017.2

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  • Increased local connectivity of brain functional networks during facial processing in schizophrenia Reviewed

    Tianyi Yan,Wenhui Wang,Tiantian Liu,Duanduan Chen,Changming Wang,Yulong Li,Xudong Ma,Xiaoying Tang,Jinglong Wu*,Yiming Deng,Lun Zhao

    Oncotarget   8 ( 63 )   107312 - 107322   2017.1

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  • The Effect of Temporal Asynchrony on Audiovisual Integration Reviewed

    Jingjing Yang, Xiujun Li, Qi Li, Jinglong Wu

    2016 IEEE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MECHATRONICS AND AUTOMATION   2338 - 2343   2016.8

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  • Bilingual Representation of Speech Sounds in Chinese-Japanese Bilinguals Reviewed

    Sa Lu, Kun Wang, Xin Wang, Xiaoyu Tang, Yanna Ren, Jinglong Wu

    2016 IEEE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MECHATRONICS AND AUTOMATION   2593 - 2598   2016.8

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  • Enhancement of Delayed Audiovisual Response in Parkinson’s Disease: A Comparison with Normal Aged Controls Reviewed

    Qiong Wu, Jiajia Yang, Chunlin Li, Yujie Li, Zhihan Xu, Yoshimichi Ejima, Yasuyuki Ohta, Koji Abe, Jinglong Wu.

    Neuroscience and Biomedical Engineering   4 ( 2 )   125 - 131   2016.7

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  • Interactions Between Haptic and Visual Perceptions of Fine Surface Texture Reviewed

    Yinghua Yu, Jiajia Yang, Hiroki Matsumoto, Jinglong Wu

    Neuroscience and Biomedical Engineering   4 ( 2 )   113 - 119   2016.7

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  • Retinotopy and attention to the face and house images in the human visual cortex Reviewed

    Bin Wang, Tianyi Yan, Seiichiro Ohno, Susumu Kanazawa, Jinglong Wu

    EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH   234 ( 6 )   1623 - 1635   2016.6

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    Attentional modulation of the neural activities in human visual areas has been well demonstrated. However, the retinotopic activities that are driven by face and house images and attention to face and house images remain unknown. In the present study, we used images of faces and houses to estimate the retinotopic activities that were driven by both the images and attention to the images, driven by attention to the images, and driven by the images. Generally, our results show that both face and house images produced similar retinotopic activities in visual areas, which were only observed in the attention + stimulus and the attention conditions, but not in the stimulus condition. The fusiform face area (FFA) responded to faces that were presented on the horizontal meridian, whereas parahippocampal place area (PPA) rarely responded to house at any visual field. We further analyzed the amplitudes of the neural responses to the target wedge. In V1, V2, V3, V3A, lateral occipital area 1 (LO-1), and hV4, the neural responses to the attended target wedge were significantly greater than those to the unattended target wedge. However, in LO-2, ventral occipital areas 1 and 2 (VO-1 and VO-2) and FFA and PPA, the differences were not significant. We proposed that these areas likely have large fields of attentional modulation for face and house images and exhibit responses to both the target wedge and the background stimuli. In addition, we proposed that the absence of retinotopic activity in the stimulus condition might imply no perceived difference between the target wedge and the background stimuli.

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  • Neural responses to central and peripheral objects in the lateral occipital cortex Reviewed

    Bin Wang,Jiayue Guo,Tianyi Yan,Seiichiro Ohno,Susumu Kanazawa*,Qiang Huang,Jinglong Wu*

    Frontiers in Human Neuroscience   10 ( FEB2016 )   2016.2

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  • A Quantitative Study of Network Robustness in Resting-State fMRI in Young and Elder Adults Reviewed

    Jaime Gomez-Ramirez, Yujie Li, Qiong Wu, Jinglong Wu

    FRONTIERS IN AGING NEUROSCIENCE   7 ( 256 )   2016.2

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  • The Differences in Neural Response to Faces and Non-Faces in the FFA: Evidence from the Central to Peripheral Visual Field Reviewed

    Jiayue Guo, Bin Wang, Seiichiro Ohno, Susumu Kanazawa, Jinglong Wu

    Neuroscience and Biomedical Engineering   4 ( 4 )   282 - 287   2016.2

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  • The interactions of multisensory integration with endogenous and exogenous attention Reviewed

    Xiaoyu Tang,Jinglong Wu*,Yong Shen

    Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, Biobehavioral Reviews   61   208 - 224   2016.2

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  • Human brain activation network for Chinese character processing: An fMRI study Reviewed

    Xiujun Li, Jingjing Yang, Qi Li, Dan Tong, Jinglong Wu

    2016 IEEE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MECHATRONICS AND AUTOMATION   960 - 965   2016

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    Using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) or positron emission tomography (PET), much knowledge has been gained in understanding how the brain is activated during controlled experiments of language tasks in educated healthy subjects and in uneducated healthy subjects. While previous studies have compared performance between alphabetic subjects, few data were about Chinese-speaking individuals. In this study, we used fMRI to investigate brain activations in processing characters and figures by visual tasks in 13 Chinese subjects. Significant activation patterns were observed in the occipital regions, the temporal regions, the parietal regions, the frontal regions and cerebellum. We conclude that constellation of neural substrates is bilateral network for Chinese healthy subjects and the formation of this neural network is affected by the impact of education rather than experience.

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  • Interactions between multisensory inputs with voluntary spatial attention: an fMRI study Reviewed

    Tianyi Yan, Yansong Geng, Jinglong Wu, Chunlin Li

    NEUROREPORT   26 ( 11 )   605 - 612   2015.8

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    Cross-modal attention and multisensory integration are very essential for us to perceive the world. The most intuitive feelings about the environment around us are based on what we see and what we hear. Therefore, it is important to understand the interactions between visual inputs and auditory inputs. Previous studies have shown that multisensory integration can be modulated by attention. However, how top-down attention is controlled or allocated across the sensory modalities remains unclear. In this study, we measured the cortical areas activated by the cue-target spatial attention paradigm in both visual and auditory fields using functional MRI. The reaction times of the behavioral results indicated that interactions between the two types of stimuli exist. The imaging results indicated that interactions between multisensory inputs can lead to enhancement or depression of the cortical response with top-down spatial attention. Moreover, the activation of the middle temporal gyrus and insula in tasks with irrelevant stimuli appears to indicate that multisensory integration proceeds automatically. Copyright (C) 2015 Wolters Kluwer Health, Inc. All rights reserved.

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  • MRI-Compatible Tactile Orientation Stimulator to Investgate Neural Mechanisms of Tactile Orientation Discrimination Reviewed

    Yinghua Yu, Jiajia Yang, HongZan sun, Qiyong Guo, Jinglong Wu

    INFORMATION   Vol.17 ( No.6(A) )   2014.7

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  • An fMRI Study of the Neural Systems Involved in Visually Cued Tactile Top-Down Spatial and Temporal Attention Reviewed

    Qiong Wu, Chunlin Li, Yujie Li, Hongzan Sun, Qiyong Guo, Jinglong Wu

    Neuroscience and Biomedical Engineering   Vol2 ( Number 1 )   29 - 35   2014.7

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  • Posterior Insula Role on Semantic Processing for Japanese in Chinese-Japaneses Bilinguals Reviewed

    Xiujun Li, Zhenglong Lin, Qiyong Guo, Jinglong Wu

    INFORMATION   Vol.17 ( No.6(A) )   2014.6

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  • Similar ventral occipito-temporal cortex activations in literate and illiterate adults during the Chinese character matching task: An fMRI study Reviewed

    Geqi Qi, Xiujun Li, Tianyi Yan, Bin Wang, Jiajia Yang, Jinglong Wu, Qiyong Guo

    NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS   566   200 - 205   2014.4

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    Visual word expertise is typically associated with enhanced ventral occipito-temporal (vOT) cortex activation in response to written words. Previous study utilized a passive viewing task and found that vOT response to written words was significantly stronger in literate compared to the illiterate subjects. However, recent neuroimaging findings have suggested that vOT response properties are highly dependent upon the task demand. Thus, it is unknown whether literate adults would show stronger vOT response to written words compared to illiterate adults during other cognitive tasks, such as perceptual matching. We addressed this issue by comparing vOT activations between literate and illiterate adults during a Chinese character and simple figure matching task. Unlike passive viewing, a perceptual matching task requires active shape comparison, therefore minimizing automatic word processing bias. We found that although the literate group performed better at Chinese character matching task, the two subject groups showed similar strong vOT responses during this task. Overall, the findings indicate that the vOT response to written words is not affected by expertise during a perceptual matching task, suggesting that the association between visual word expertise and vOT response may depend on the task demand. (C) 2014 Elsevier Ireland Ltd. All rights reserved.

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  • Network-based biomarkers in Alzheimer's disease: review and future directions Reviewed

    Jaime Gomez-Ramirez, Jinglong Wu

    Frontiers in AGING NEUROSCIENCE   2014.2

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  • Effects of ipsilateral and bilateral auditory stimuli on audiovisual integration: a behavioral and event-related potential study Reviewed

    Yulin Gao, Qi Li, Weiping Yong, Jingjing Yang, Xiaoyu Tang, Jinglong Wu

    NeuroReport 2014   25   668 - 675   2014.2

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  • Attention Influence Response of Ebbinghaus Illusion in the Human Visual Area Reviewed

    Tianyi Yan, Bin Wang, Yaqi Yan, Yansong Geng, Yuji Yamasita, Jinglong Wu, Qiyong Guo

    INFORMATION   Vol.17 ( No.1 )   335 - 347   2014.1

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  • Elevated audiovisual temporal interaction in patients with migraine without aura Reviewed

    Weiping Yang, Bingqian Chu, Jiajia Yang, Yinghua Yu, Jinglong Wu, Shengyuan Yu

    The Journal of Headache and Pain 2014   ( 15(1)44 )   1 - 14   2014.1

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  • Tactile priming modulates the activation of the fronto-parietal circuit during tactile angle match and non-match processing: an fMRI study. International journal

    Jiajia Yang, Yinghua Yu, Akinori Kunita, Qiang Huang, Jinglong Wu, Nobukatsu Sawamoto, Hidenao Fukuyama

    Frontiers in human neuroscience   8   926 - 926   2014

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    The repetition of a stimulus task reduces the neural activity within certain cortical regions responsible for working memory (WM) processing. Although previous evidence has shown that repeated vibrotactile stimuli reduce the activation in the ventrolateral prefrontal cortex, whether the repeated tactile spatial stimuli triggered the priming effect correlated with the same cortical region remains unclear. Therefore, we used event-related functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and a delayed match-to-sample task to investigate the contributions of the priming effect to tactile spatial WM processing. Fourteen healthy volunteers were asked to encode three tactile angle stimuli during the encoding phase and one tactile angle stimulus during the recognition phase. Then, they answered whether the last angle stimulus was presented during the encoding phase. As expected, both the Match and Non-Match tasks activated a similar cerebral network. The critical new finding was decreased brain activity in the left inferior frontal gyrus (IFG), the right posterior parietal cortex (PPC) and bilateral medial frontal gyri (mFG) for the match task compared to the Non-Match task. Therefore, we suggest that the tactile priming engaged repetition suppression mechanisms during tactile angle matching, and this process decreased the activation of the fronto-parietal circuit, including IFG, mFG and PPC.

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  • Contrast response functions with wide-view stimuli in the human visual cortex Reviewed

    Tianyi Yan, Bin Wang, Yansong Geng, Yaqi Yan, Nan Mu, Jinglong Wu, Qiyong Guo, Xiaoying Tang, Yanjun Zeng, Yuhua Peng

    PERCEPTION   43 ( 7 )   677 - 693   2014

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    In this manuscript, using a novel wide-view visual presentation system that we developed for vision research and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), we studied contrast response functions in regions of the brain that are central and peripheral to the entire set of visual areas (V1, V2, V3, V3A, MT+), regions that have not been all investigated in previous vision research. Under the stimulus conditions which were 0-20 deg, 20-40 deg, and 40-60 deg eccentricity black-and-white checkerboard patterns, we measured the blood oxygenation level-dependent fMRI contrast response at five contrast levels (6, 12, 24, 48, and 96%) in the visual areas. On the basis of these data, the central and pericentral visual areas had low-contrast gain, whereas the peripheral visual areas had high-contrast gain. In addition, our results showed that the signals fundamentally shift during visual processing through posterior visual cortical areas (V1, V2, and V3) to superior visual cortical areas (V3A and MT+).

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  • Mechanisms of Visual-auditory Temporal Processing for Artificial Intelligence Reviewed

    Jingjing Yang, Qi Li, Xiujun Li, Jinglong Wu

    2014 7TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING AND INFORMATICS (BMEI 2014)   724 - 728   2014

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    In everyday life, our brains integrate various kinds of information from different modalities to perceive our complex environment. Temporal synchrony of audiovisual stimuli is required for audiovisual integration. Many studies have shown that temporal asynchrony of visual-auditory stimuli can influence the interaction between visual and auditory stimulus, however, the multisensory mechanisms of asynchrony inputs were not well understood. In present study, visual and auditory stimuli onset asynchrony (SOA= +/- 250 ms, +/- 200 ms, +/- 150 ms, +/- 100 ms, +/- 50 ms, 0 ms), only the auditory stimulus was attended. From the behavioral results, the responses to temporal asynchronous audiovisual stimuli were more accurate than unimodal auditory stimuli. The most significant enhancement was SOA = -100ms condition (the visual preceding), which reaction time was the fastest. These results revealed the basis of audiovisual interaction in which audiovisual stimuli presented with different SOA. The temporal alignment of visual-auditory stimuli can enhance the auditory detection. The study can offer basic theory for artificial intelligence.

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  • Measuring Brain Function and Alzheimer's Disease Early Detection Invited

    Jinglong Wu, Jiajia Yang

    The Journal of Japanese Society of Stomatognathic Function   21 ( 1 )   1 - 7   2014

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  • Different Levels of Activity in the Left Intraparietal Sulcus Triggered by Lasting and Unlasting Cues in the Posner Task

    Jinglong Wu, Yujie Li, Chunlin Li, Yuya Kawata, Tomoko Kurata, Seiichiro Ohno, Susumu Kanazawa, Koji Abe,

    Neuroscience and Biomedical   1 ( 1 )   48 - 53   2013.12

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  • Visual Orienting Attention was influenced by Auditory Processing Reviewed

    Shuo Zhao, Chunlin Li, Jinglong Wu, Motomi Toichi

    International Journal of Biomaterials Research and Engineering   ( 1(2) )   30 - 40   2013.12

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  • Modulation of auditory stimulus processing by visual spatial or temporal cue: an event-related potentials study Reviewed

    Xiaoyu Tang, Chunlin Li, Qi Li, Yulin Gao, Weiping Yang, Jingjing Yang, Soushirou Ishikawa, Jinglong Wu

    NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS   553 ( 553 )   40 - 45   2013.10

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    Utilizing the high temporal resolution of event-related potentials (ERPs), we examined how visual spatial or temporal cues modulated the auditory stimulus processing. The visual spatial cue (VSC) induces orienting of attention to spatial locations; the visual temporal cue (VTC) induces orienting of attention to temporal intervals. Participants were instructed to respond to auditory targets. Behavioral responses to auditory stimuli following VSC were faster and more accurate than those following VTC. VSC and VTC had the same effect on the auditory N1 (150-170 ms after stimulus onset). The mean amplitude of the auditory P1 (90-110 ms) in VSC condition was larger than that in VTC condition, and the mean amplitude of late positivity (300-420 ms) in VTC condition was larger than that in VSC condition. These findings suggest that modulation of auditory stimulus processing by visually induced spatial or temporal orienting of attention were different, but partially overlapping. (C) 2013 Elsevier Ireland Ltd. All rights reserved.

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  • Influences of auditory stimuli in front and rear space on visual detection: An event-related potential study

    Weiping Yang, Qi Li, Tatsuya Ochi, Jingjing Yang, Yulin Gao, Xiaoyu Tang, Satoshi Takahashi, Jinglong Wu

    2013 IEEE/ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering (ICME)   7 - 12   2013.6

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  • Blocking the Link between Stimulus and Response at Previously Attended Locations: Evidence for Inhibitory Tagging Mechanism

    Ming Zhang, Xiaoyu Tang, Jinglong Wu;

    2013 Neuroscience and Biomedical Engineering   ( 1 )   13 - 21   2013.6

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  • Blocking the Link between Stimulus and Response at Previously Attended Locations Evidence for Inhibitory Tagging Mechanism, Reviewed

    Ming Zhang, Xiaoyu Tang, Jinglong Wu

    Neuroscience and Biomedical Engineering   1   13 - 21   2013.6

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  • Effect of Cue-Target Interval on Audiovisual Stimuli Processing in Endogenous Spatial Attention

    Xiaoyu Tang, C. L., Qi Li, Yulin Gao, Weiping Yang, Jingjing Yang, Soushirou Ishikawa, Satoshi Takahashi, Jinglong Wu;

    2013 ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering   656 - 661   2013.5

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  • Decreased brain activation along with increased interstimulus interval in the Posner Task

    Xiaoyu Tang, C. L., Qi Li, Yulin Gao, Weiping Yang, Jingjing Yang, Soushirou Ishikawa, Satoshi Takahashi, Jinglong Wu;

    2013 ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering   160 - 164   2013.5

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  • Dependence of Luminance on the Perception of Linear Vection under Different Spatial Frequency Conditions Reviewed

    WU Jinglong, YU Yinghua, YANG Jiajia

    JES Ergonomics   49 ( 1 )   18 - 24   2013.2

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    In this paper, the effects of stimulus eccentricity and luminance on linear vection (LV) were examined with healthy young subjects. Five kinds of blue sine-wave patterns with different spatial frequencies (0.023, 0.037, 0.057, 0.090, 0.141 cycle/deg) were used, and six luminance conditions were modulated respectively of the central and peripheral vision field. The results show that LV is affected by high luminance in central vision field when the spatial frequency is from 0.037 to 0.057 cycle/deg while it does not depend on peripheral vision luminance in any spatial frequencies used in this study.

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  • Development of a Tactile Angle Stimuli Presentation Device for Tactile Cognitive Function Discrimination,

    Mohd Usairy Syafiq, Yinghua Yu, Jiajia Yang, Jinglong Wu

    2013 IEEE International Conference on Mechatronics and Automation   116 - 121   2013.1

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  • Spatial Location of Andiovisual Stimuli Affects the latency of Multisensory Integration around 340 to 400 ms Reviewed

    Qi Li, Jingjing Yang, Jinglong Wu and Noriyoshi Kakura

    Information   16 ( 7(A) )   4841 - 4851   2013.1

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  • Development and Evaluation of Vibrotactile Stimuli Presentation Device to Investigate Tactile Working Memory Reviewed

    Yang Liu, Jiajia Yang,Yinghua Yu,Yoshinobu Inai,Jinglong Wu

    IEEE/ICMA2013   135 - 140   2013.1

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  • Enhancement of Visual Detection by Temporal Alignment of Visual-auditory Stimuli: A Behavioral and Event-Related Potential Study Reviewed

    Jingjing Yang, Qi Li, Weiping Yang, Jinglong Wu

    Information   16 ( 1(A) )   527 - 534   2013.1

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  • The neural activation in human brain for object perception in wide field Reviewed

    Jiayue Guo, Bin Wang, Jinglong Wu, Seiichiro Ohno, Susumu Kanazawa

    2013 ICME INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON COMPLEX MEDICAL ENGINEERING (CME)   169 - 173   2013

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    The present study examined the coding of retinal eccentricity spatial position in object selective cortex. Using a wide-view (about 120 degrees) visual presentation system developed for vision research and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), the subject were presented with object, which were presented at a range of viewpoints in 6 level of eccentricity degree. We investigated the BLOD response to stimuli in two regions in the ventral visual cortex (V1) and Lateral Occipital Complex (LOC). The analysis further revealed the weaker BLOD response in the bigger eccentricity in both V1 and LOC areas. However, the activation to objects were quiet different in the cortex region. The V1 areas had flatter decreasing response as eccentricity increasing. However, V1 had bigger response in 11 degrees eccentricity. And the LOC areas had neural activities decreasing sharply as eccentricity increasing. The result suggests reflected the neural response character influenced by eccentricity and stimuli cartage.

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  • Development of a Wide-View Visual Presentation System for Functional MRI Studies of Peripheral Visual Reviewed

    Bin Wang, Jinglong Wu, JiaJia Yang, Yuu Hikino, Satoshi Takahashi, Tianyi Yan, Seiichiro Ohno, Susumu Kanazawa

    BRAIN AND HEALTH INFORMATICS   8211   277 - 286   2013

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    In present paper, we described a novel wide-view visual presentation system for fMRI studies. To achieve a wide field view, a translucent spherical screen with a curvature radius of 30 mm was placed 30 mm away from the subjects' eyes. The subjects wore contact lenses that enabled them to focus on the screen, and the resulting visual field reached 120 degrees. Then, high resolution computer-generated images were projected onto the translucent hemispheric screen inside the MRI bore. Signal-to-noise ratio valuation experiment was performed to evaluate the clarity and quality of the MRI images. In addition, we successfully applied this visual presentation system to studies of visual retinotopic mapping and object perception neural function in the peripheral visual field. Our study demonstrated that the system is compatible with the MRI environment. Moreover, this system was more effective at mapping checkerboard stimuli in V1-V3, and successfully located several classical category-selective areas, including the face-selective area (FFA), occipital face area (OFA), house-selective area (PPA), transverse occipital sulcus (TOS), lateral occipital complex (LOC) in higher-level visual areas. In conclusion, the wide-view visual presentation system within the MRI environment can be applied to many kinds of fMRI studies of peripheral vision.

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  • Prominent Activation of the Intraparietal and Somatosensory Areas during Angle Discrimination by Intra-Active Touch Reviewed

    Jiajia Yang, Hongbin Han, Dehua Chui, Yong Shen, Jinglong Wu

    Human Brain Mapping   33 ( 12 )   2957 - 2970   2012.12

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  • An fMRI Study of the Neural Systems Involved in Visually Cued Auditory Top-Down Spatial and Temporal Attention Reviewed

    Chunlin Li, Kewei Chen, Hongbin Han, Dehua Chui, Jinglong Wu

    PLOS ONE   7 ( 11 )   2012.11

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    Top-down attention to spatial and temporal cues has been thoroughly studied in the visual domain. However, because the neural systems that are important for auditory top-down temporal attention (i.e., attention based on time interval cues) remain undefined, the differences in brain activity between directed attention to auditory spatial location (compared with time intervals) are unclear. Using fMRI (magnetic resonance imaging), we measured the activations caused by cue-target paradigms by inducing the visual cueing of attention to an auditory target within a spatial or temporal domain. Imaging results showed that the dorsal frontoparietal network (dFPN), which consists of the bilateral intraparietal sulcus and the frontal eye field, responded to spatial orienting of attention, but activity was absent in the bilateral frontal eye field (FEF) during temporal orienting of attention. Furthermore, the fMRI results indicated that activity in the right ventrolateral prefrontal cortex (VLPFC) was significantly stronger during spatial orienting of attention than during temporal orienting of attention, while the DLPFC showed no significant differences between the two processes. We conclude that the bilateral dFPN and the right VLPFC contribute to auditory spatial orienting of attention. Furthermore, specific activations related to temporal cognition were confirmed within the superior occipital gyrus, tegmentum, motor area, thalamus and putamen.

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  • Aging Effect on Pedal Errors of Driving under Different Visual Conditions Reviewed

    Masayuki Yoshitake, Jiajia Yang, Jinglong Wu:

    2012 International Conference on Advanced Mechatronics systems(ICAMechs2012)   41 - 41   2012.9

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  • Inhibition of Tactile Information on Visual Spatial Attention: An fMRI Study Reviewed

    Qiong Wu,Chunlin Li, Qiyong Guo and Jinglong Wu

    2012 IEEE International Conference on Mechatronics and Automation,   2134 - 2139   2012.8

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  • Effect of Spatial Smoothing on Regions of Interested Analysis basing on General Linear Model Reviewed

    164) Bin Wang, Yuu Hikino, Satoshi Imajyo, Seiichiro Ohno, Susumu Kanazawa, Jinglong Wu

    2012 IEEE International Conference on Mechatronics and Automation   1399 - 1404   2012.8

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  • Multisensory integration of peripherally presented audiovisual stimuli in older adults: An event-related potential study Reviewed

    163) Weiping Yang, Yulin Gao, Jingjing Yang Satoshi Takahashi, Takahiro Kimura, Jinglong Wu

    2012 IEEE International Conference on Mechatronics and Automation   563 - 568   2012.8

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  • Effect of Cue-target Interval on Temporally Endogenous Attention of No-Go Target: Event-related Potential Evidence Reviewed

    165) Yulin Gao, Xiaoyu Tang, Chunlin Li Jingjing Yang, Weiping Yang, Satoshi Takahashi, Jinglong Wu

    2012 IEEE International Conference on Mechatronics and Automation   1405 - 1410   2012.8

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  • Age-related Multisensory Integration Elicited by Peripherally Presented Audiovisual Stimuli Reviewed

    Jinglong Wu, Weiping Yang, Yulin Guo, Takahiro Kimura

    NeuroReport   23 ( 10 )   616 - 620   2012.7

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  • Visual Temporal Cuing Effect on the Tactile Attention: An fMRI Study Reviewed

    Qiong Wu, Chunlin Li, Qiyong Guo, Jinglong Wu:

    2012 ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering   739 - 743   2012.7

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  • A New Vision for BioMedicine: a Systems Approach Reviewed

    Jaime Gomez-Rammirez, Jinglong Wu

    2012 ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering,   479 - 484   2012.7

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  • Effect of Cue-target Interval on Endogenous Attention in Go/No-Go Task: Evidence from an Event-related Potentials Study Reviewed

    154) Xiaoyu Tang, Yulin Gao, Weiping Yang, Chunlin Li, Jingjing Yang, Ming Zhang, Jinglong Wu

    2012 ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering   669 - 672   2012.7

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  • Effects of Spatial Location on Bisensory Audiovisual Integration in Horizontal Meridian Reviewed

    152) Qi Li, Jingjing Yang, Jinglong Wu

    2012 ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering   302 - 305   2012.7

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  • The Effect of Spatial Information of Auditory Stimuli on Audiovisual Interaction: Evidence from Event-related Potentials Reviewed

    158) Jingjing Yang, Tatsuya Ochi, Qi Li, Yulin Gao, Weiping Yang, Xiaoyu Tang, Satoshi Takahashi, Jinglong Wu

    2012 ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering   699 - 704   2012.7

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  • Middle Temporal Gyrus and Sub-cortical Areas are Related to Exdogenous Temporal Expectation Reviewed

    2012 ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering   709 - 712   2012.7

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  • Differential Activity of Semantic and Front Size Judgment Processing of Japanese Word: an fMRI Study Reviewed

    Xiujun Li, Jinglong Wu, Qiyong Guo

    2012 ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering   677 - 682   2012.7

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  • Development and Evaluation of a Tactile Speed Stimulator for MRI Environment, Reviewed

    155) Min Guo, Yinghua Yu, Yuta Araki, Jiajia Yang, Jinglong Wu

    2012 ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering   673 - 676   2012.7

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  • Using Multi-voxel Pattern Analysis of fMRI Data to Decoding Human Visual Cortex Activations Reviewed

    2012 ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering   793 - 798   2012.7

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  • Neural Correlates of Tactile Orientation Discrimination: an fMRI Study Reviewed

    Yinghua Yu, Jiajia Yang, Jinglong Wu, Qiyong Guo:

    2012 ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering   713 - 716   2012.7

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  • Retinotopic mapping of the peripheral visual field to human visual cortex by functional magnetic resonance imaging Reviewed

    Jinglong Wu, Tianyi Yan, Zhen Zhang, Fengzhe Jin, Qiyong Guo

    HUMAN BRAIN MAPPING   33 ( 7 )   1727 - 1740   2012.7

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    Retinotopic mapping is a key property of organization in the human occipital cortex. The retinotopic organization of the central visual field of visual areas V1, V2, and V3 has been well established. We used fMRI to measure the retinotopic map of the peripheral visual field (eccentricity up to 60 degrees). We estimated the sizes of the visual areas between 0 degrees and 60 degrees and obtained results consistent with anatomical studies. We also estimated the cortical distances and magnification factors for reconstruction of the retinotopic map using the peripheral wedge dipole model. By comparing the retinotopic map with the flattened surface, we analyzed the datasets used to reconstruct the map. We found that: (1) the percentage of the striate cortex devoted to peripheral vision in humans is significantly larger than that in the macaque, (2) the estimate of the scaling factor in linear magnification is larger than that found in previous studies focusing on central vision, and (3) the estimate of the peripheral factor in the dipolar model is too large to make the curve direction of the dipolar map in the periphery equivalent to that in the center. On the basis of our results, we revised the dipolar map to fit our conditions. The revised map in humans has a similar elliptical shape to that of macaques, and the central parts of the two species are the same. The different parts of the map are the peripheral regions, for which the peripheral wedge dipole model in humans is reversed compared to that of macaques. Hum Brain Mapp, 2012. (C) 2012 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.

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  • Prominent activation of the bilateral inferior parietal lobule of literate compared with illiterate subjects during Chinese logographic processing Reviewed

    Jinglong Wu, Xiujun Li, Jiajia Yang, Chang Cai, Hongzan Sun, Qiyong Guo

    Experimental Brain Research   219 ( 3 )   327 - 337   2012.6

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  • Neuropsychological Parameters as Potential Biomarkers for Alzheimer's Disese Reviewed

    Jinglong Wu, Yinghua Yu, Jiajia Yang

    Current Translational Geriatrics and Experimental Gerontology Reports   1   68 - 75   2012.4

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  • The Ebbinghaus Illusion Affects Visual Size Perception But Not Pointing Movement Reviewed

    Jiajia Yang, Disuke Oka, Jinglong Wu

    Information   15 ( 4 )   1799 - 1807   2012.4

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  • The Influence of Eccentricity on Neural Activation in Ventral Visual Cortex Reviewed

    The 2012 International Symposium on Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology of Dementia (DRD2012)   31 - 31   2012.3

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  • Measurement of brain activation associated with tactile memory by tactile angles matching task Reviewed

    Suguru Yokotani, Jiajia Yang, Jinglong Wu

    The 2012 International Symposium on Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology of Dementia (DRD2012)   26 - 26   2012.3

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  • Development and evaluation of a haptic length presentation device for fMRI study Reviewed

    Munemitsu Goh, Jiajia Yang, Jinglong Wu

    The 2012 International Symposium on Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology of Dementia (DRD2012)   27 - 27   2012.3

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  • Effects of the Spatial Location of Auditory Stimuli on Visual Attention : An Event-Related Potential Study Reviewed

    Tatsuya Ochi, Jingjing Yang, Jinglong Wu

    The 2012 International Symposium on Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology of Dementia (DRD2012)   24 - 24   2012.3

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  • The aging effect of masking noise on horizontal sound localization ability Reviewed

    Kensuke Kawamura, Jinglong W

    The 2012 International Symposium on Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology of Dementia (DRD2012)   25 - 25   2012.3

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  • Different brain activation of semantic processing between Chinese-Japanese bilinguals and Japanese native speakers, Reviewed

    Ryoji Koyama, Xiujun Li, Jinglong Wu:

    he 2012 International Symposium on Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology of Dementia (DRD2012),   32 - 32   2012.3

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  • Brain activations related to tactile speed discrimination: an fMRI study Reviewed

    Yuta Araki, Jiajia Yang, Ryo Kitada, Norihiro Sadato, Jinglong Wu

    The 2012 International Symposium on Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology of Dementia (DRD2012)   28 - 28   2012.3

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  • The Normal Aging of Resting-state Networks: an fMRI Study Reviewed

    Fuminori Yoshi-tomi, Chunlin Li, Jinglong Wu

    The 2012 International Symposium on Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology of Dementia (DRD2012)   16 - 16   2012.3

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  • Multisensory integration elicited by audiovisual spatial congruent stimuli Reviewed

    Takahiro Kimura, Weiping Yang, Jinglong Wu

    The 2012 International Symposium on Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology of Dementia (DRD2012)   23 - 23   2012.3

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  • Neural Substrates for Phonological Processing of Japanese Kanji and Chi-nese Characters in Bilingual Japanese Reviewed

    142) QiGeQi, Jinglong Wu

    The 2012 International Symposium on Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology of Dementia (DRD2012)   19 - 19   2012.3

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  • Differential activity of semantic and font size processing of Japanese word by Chinese-Japanese bilingual Reviewed

    Zhenglong Lin, Xiujun Li, Jinglong Wu

    The 2012 International Symposium on Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology of Dementia (DRD2012)   20 - 20   2012.3

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  • An fMRI study on aging effect in the spatial attention Reviewed

    Yuya Kawata, Chunlin Li, Jinglong Wu

    The 2012 International Symposium on Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology of Dementia (DRD2012)   17 - 17   2012.3

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  • Development of a tactile angle stimuli presentation device for early diagnosis of Dementia Reviewed

    Mohd Usairy Syafiq, Jiajia Yang, Jinglong Wu

    The 2012 International Symposium on Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology of Dementia (DRD2012)   18 - 18   2012.3

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  • Differences of Brain Activation Among Normal and PD Patients During Audiovisual Exogenous Attention: An fMRI Study, Reviewed

    Naoya Nakamura, Jiajia Yang, Chunlin Li, Jinglong Wu:

    The 2012 International Symposium on Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology of Dementia (DRD2012), p.15 (2012.3)   15 - 15   2012.3

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  • Activation of Right Ventral Prefrontal Cortex Using a Predictive Cue during Visual Spatial Orienting of Attentional Processes: An fMRI Study Reviewed

    Chunlin Li, Jinglong Wu

    Neurology Research International   2012.2

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  • Different roles of the posterior inferior frontal gyrus in Chinese character form judgment differences between literate and illiterate individuals Reviewed

    Jinglong Wu, Bin Wang, Tianyi Yan, Xiujun Li, Xuexiang Bao, Qiyong Guo

    BRAIN RESEARCH   1431   69 - 76   2012.1

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    In the present study, we used event-related functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) to explore the different roles of the posterior inferior frontal gyrus (pIFG) in Chinese character form judgment between literate and illiterate subjects. Using event-related fMRI, 24 healthy right-handed Chinese subjects (12 literates and 12 illiterates) were asked to perform Chinese character and figure form judgment tasks. The blood oxygen level-dependent (BOLD) differences in pIFG were examined with general linear modeling (GLM). We found differences in reaction times and accuracy between subjects as they performed these tasks. These behavioral differences reflect the different cognitive demands of character form judgment for literate and illiterate individuals. The results showed differences in the BOLD response patterns in the pIFG between the two discrimination tasks and the two subject groups. A comparison of the character and figure tasks showed that literate and illiterate subjects had similar BOLD responses in the inferior frontal gyrus. However, differences in behavioral performance suggest that the pIFG plays a different role in Chinese character form judgment for each subject group. In literate subjects, the left pIFG mediated access to phonology in achieving Chinese character form judgment, whereas the right pIFG participated in the processing of the orthography of Chinese characters. In illiterate subjects, the bilateral frontal gyrus participated in the visual-spatial processing of Chinese characters to achieve form judgment. (C) 2011. Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

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  • Delayed Audiovisual Integration of Patients with Mild Cognitive Impairment and Alzheimer's Disease Compared with Normal Aged Controls Reviewed

    Jinglong Wu, Jiajia Yang, Yinghua Yu, Qi Li, Naoya Nakamura, Yong Shen, Yasuyuki Ohta, Shengyuan Yu, Koji Abe

    JOURNAL OF ALZHEIMERS DISEASE   32 ( 2 )   317 - 328   2012

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    The human brain can anatomically combine task-relevant information from different sensory pathways to form a unified perception; this process is called multisensory integration. The aim of the present study was to test whether the multisensory integration abilities of patients with mild cognitive impairment (MCI) and Alzheimer's disease (AD) differed from those of normal aged controls (NC). A total of 64 subjects were divided into three groups: NC individuals (n = 24), MCI patients (n = 19), and probable AD patients (n = 21). All of the subjects were asked to perform three separate audiovisual integration tasks and were instructed to press the response key associated with the auditory, visual, or audiovisual stimuli in the three tasks. The accuracy and response time (RT) of each task were measured, and the RTs were analyzed using cumulative distribution functions to observe the audiovisual integration. Our results suggest that the mean RT of patients with AD was significantly longer than those of patients with MCI and NC individuals. Interestingly, we found that patients with both MCI and AD exhibited adequate audiovisual integration, and a greater peak (time bin with the highest percentage of benefit) and broader temporal window (time duration of benefit) of multisensory enhancement were observed. However, the onset time and peak benefit of audiovisual integration in MCI and AD patients occurred significantly later than did those of the NC. This finding indicates that the cognitive functional deficits of patients with MCI and AD contribute to the differences in performance enhancements of audiovisual integration compared with NC.

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  • Delayed audiovisual integration of patients with mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer's disease compared with normal aged controls. International journal

    Jinglong Wu, Jiajia Yang, Yinghua Yu, Qi Li, Naoya Nakamura, Yong Shen, Yasuyuki Ohta, Shengyuan Yu, Koji Abe

    Journal of Alzheimer's disease : JAD   32 ( 2 )   317 - 28   2012

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    The human brain can anatomically combine task-relevant information from different sensory pathways to form a unified perception; this process is called multisensory integration. The aim of the present study was to test whether the multisensory integration abilities of patients with mild cognitive impairment (MCI) and Alzheimer's disease (AD) differed from those of normal aged controls (NC). A total of 64 subjects were divided into three groups: NC individuals (n = 24), MCI patients (n = 19), and probable AD patients (n = 21). All of the subjects were asked to perform three separate audiovisual integration tasks and were instructed to press the response key associated with the auditory, visual, or audiovisual stimuli in the three tasks. The accuracy and response time (RT) of each task were measured, and the RTs were analyzed using cumulative distribution functions to observe the audiovisual integration. Our results suggest that the mean RT of patients with AD was significantly longer than those of patients with MCI and NC individuals. Interestingly, we found that patients with both MCI and AD exhibited adequate audiovisual integration, and a greater peak (time bin with the highest percentage of benefit) and broader temporal window (time duration of benefit) of multisensory enhancement were observed. However, the onset time and peak benefit of audiovisual integration in MCI and AD patients occurred significantly later than did those of the NC. This finding indicates that the cognitive functional deficits of patients with MCI and AD contribute to the differences in performance enhancements of audiovisual integration compared with NC.

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  • 視聴覚統合に及ぼす聴覚刺激の呈示位置の影響に関する検討

    越智達也,呉景龍,高橋智,李奇

    第20回計測自動制御学会中国支部学術講演集   168 - 169   2011.11

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  • 聴覚刺激の提示位置と視覚注意との関連性に関する事象関連電位(ERP)の検討

    高玉林,李奇,楊菁菁,呉景龍

    第20回計測自動制御学会中国支部学術講演集   158 - 159   2011.11

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  • fMRIを用いた視触覚空間能動分割注意についての検討

    呉ケイ,李春林,呉景龍

    第20回計測自動制御学会中国支部学術講演集   166 - 167   2011.11

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  • 中国語の発音弁別処理における文盲者の脳内活動の検討

    小山竜史,李修軍,呉景龍,高橋智

    第20回計測自動制御学会中国支部学術講演集   160 - 161   2011.11

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  • The Contribution of Pinna Cues to Human Sound Discriminate Ability of Vertical Angle in Sagittal Planes Reviewed

    Tianyi Yan, Jinglong Wu

    Information   14 ( 10 )   3555 - 3566   2011.10

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  • Neural Substrates of Priming Effect for Japanese Word and Nonword when Compared to Figure Form Reviewed

    Chunlin Li, Xiujun Li, Hiroshi Kusahara, Jinglong Wu

    Information   14 ( 8 )   2911 - 2924   2011.8

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  • Ipsilateral Visual and Auditory Spatial Information Interaction Mechanisms in Selective Attention Conditions: Behavioral and ERP Study Reviewed

    Yulin Gao, Qi Li, Jingjing Yang, Jinglong Wu

    Proceedings of 2011 IEEE International Conference on Mechatronics and Automation   1560 - 1565   2011.8

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  • Different Occipito-temporal Activations in Chinese Literate and Illiterate Subjects during Chinese Character Processing Reviewed

    Ge-Qi Qi, Xiujun Li, Tianyi Yan, Jinglong Wu, Qiyong Guo

    Proceedings of The 2010 IEEE/CME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering   134 - 137   2011.7

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  • Effects of Spatial Attention on Audiovisual Integration at an Incongruent Location Reviewed

    Qi Li, Jinglong Wu

    Proceedings of The 2010 IEEE/CME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering   75 - 78   2011.7

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  • Perception of Linear Self Motion under Different Visual Contrast Conditions for Development of Driving Simulator Reviewed

    Yinghua Yu, Jinglong Wu

    Proceedings of The 2010 IEEE/CME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering   115 - 118   2011.7

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  • Wide-field Retinotopy Distinguish Subregions of the Human MT+ by Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Reviewed

    Tianyi Yan, Jinglong Wu

    Proceedings of The 2010 IEEE/CME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering   106 - 110   2011.7

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  • Development and Evaluation of Tactile Presentation Device for Japanese Katakana Cognitive Experiment Reviewed

    Jiajia Yang, Suguru Yokotani, Jinglong Wu

    Proceedings of The 2010 IEEE/CME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering   111 - 114   2011.7

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  • The Contribution of Bilateral Working Memory and Pariental Activation in Audiovisual Voluntary Spatial and Temporal Attention Reviewed

    Chunlin Li, Jinglong Wu

    Proceedings of The 2010 IEEE/CME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering   125 - 129   2011.7

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  • Chinese Character and Figure Cognitive Processing in the Left Broca’s Area on Inflated Cortex Reviewed

    Bing Wang, Tianyi Yan, Xiujun Li, JinglongWu, Qiyong Guo

    Proceedings of The 2010 IEEE/CME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering   130 - 133   2011.7

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  • Programmable Tactile Pattern Presentations Operational under MRI to Investigate Neural Mechanisms of Tactile Shape Discrimination Reviewed

    Yang J, Wu J, He J.

    Journal of Neuroscience Methods   201   17 - 21   2011.7

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  • 4自由度長さ呈示装置の製作と指先の長さ知覚実験 Reviewed

    呉景龍、王海波、北山直嗣、高橋智

    日本機械学会論文集(C編)   77 ( 778 )   2336 - 2342   2011.6

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  • Spatial Attention Improve Human Performance of Pointing Movement Reviewed

    Jiajia Yang, Motohiko Omodani, Jinglong Wu

    Information   14 ( 06 )   2009 - 2017   2011.6

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  • 緊急時における車制動行動のペダル配置と加齢効果の検討 Reviewed

    呉景龍, 古谷慎平, 楊家家, 高橋智

    日本機械学会論文集C編   77 ( 777 )   2062 - 2070   2011.5

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  • Developing a Logistic Regression Model with Cross-Correlation for Motor Imagery Signal Recognition Reviewed

    Siuly, Yan Li, Jinglong Wu and Jingjing Yan

    Proceedings of 2011 IEEE/ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering   502 - 507   2011.5

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  • Attention Influence Response in The Human Visual Area V1 for Ebbinghaus Illusion Reviewed

    Tianyi Yan, Bin Wang, Yuji Yamasita, Bing Yu, Qiyong Guo, Jinglong Wu

    Proceedings of 2011 IEEE/ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering   582 - 587   2011.5

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  • Audiovisual integration elicited by stimuli peripherally in divided attention task: An Event-Related Potential Study Reviewed

    Weiping Yang, Jingjing Yang, Takahiro Kimura, Jinglong Wu

    Proceedings of 2011 IEEE/ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering   237 - 242   2011.5

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  • Effect of Visual Spatial Information on Tactile Spatial Attention: An fMRI Study Reviewed

    Qiong Wu, Chunlin Li, Qiyong Guo, Jinglong Wu

    Proceedings of 2011 IEEE/ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering   549 - 554   2011.5

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  • Retinotopy Mapping for Face Stimuli and Attention in the Fusiform Face Area Reviewed

    Bing Wang, Tianyi Yan, Bing Yu, Qiyong Guo and Jinglong Wu

    Proceedings of 2011 IEEE/ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering   571 - 576   2011.5

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  • Development and Evaluation of a MRI-Compatible Tactile Orientation Stimulator Reviewed

    Yinghua Yu, Jiajia Yang, Jinglong Wu, Qiyong Guo

    Proceedings of 2011 IEEE/ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering   526 - 531   2011.5

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  • Differential activity of phonological and orthographic processing of Japanese word: an fMRI study Reviewed

    130) Xiujun Li, Zhenglong Lin, Ryoji Koyama, Jinglong Wu, Hongzan Sun, Qiyong Guo

    Proceedings of 2011 IEEE/ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering   549 - 554   2011.5

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  • An International Investigation of Social Circumstances and Driver Licenses for Elder Persons Reviewed

    Satoshi Takahashi, Jinglong Wu

    Proceedings of 2011 IEEE/ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering   508 - 513   2011.5

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  • Human Characteristics on Tactile Angle Discrimination by Object Movement Condition Reviewed

    Jiajia Yang, Jinglong Wu

    Proceedings of 2011 IEEE/ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering   514 - 519   2011.5

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  • Task-irrelevant Auditory Stimuli Affect Audiovisual Integration in a Visual Attention Task: Evidence from Event-related Potentials Reviewed

    Jingjing Yang, Yulin Gao, Qi Li, Jinglong Wu

    Proceedings of 2011 IEEE/ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering   248 - 253   2011.5

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  • Different Activities on Chinese Character and Figure Processing by a Visual fMRI Study Involving Literates and Illiterates Reviewed

    Information   14 ( 4 )   1397 - 1410   2011.4

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  • 動的視野に与える背面明るさの影響

    谷田雅則,高橋智,呉景龍

    日本機械学会中国四国支部第49期総会・講演会論文集   5 - 6   2011.3

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  • 3軸加速度・角速度センサを用いた球体のころがり運動の計測

    藤原義久, 呉景龍, 高橋智

    日本機械学会中国四国支部第49期総会・講演会論文集   3 - 4   2011.3

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  • 触覚片仮名提示装置の開発と能動的触覚による片仮名認知特性の検討 Reviewed

    呉景龍, 横谷逸, 楊家家, 高橋智

    日本機械学会論文集C編   77 ( 775 )   923 - 932   2011.3

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  • Development of a Wide-View Visual Presentation System for Visual Retinotopic Mapping During Functional MRI Reviewed

    Tianyi Yan, Fengzhe Jin, Jiping He, Jinglong Wu

    JOURNAL OF MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING   33 ( 2 )   441 - 447   2011.2

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    Purpose: To develop and validate the functionality of a novel wide-view visual presentation system with a horizontal and vertical eccentricity angle of 60 degrees for retinotopic mapping by functional MRI (fMRI).
    Materials and Methods: The wide-view presentation system consisted of a 52-mm diameter optical fiber, an entrance apparatus and a presentation apparatus. The terminal edge of the optical fiber at the entrance is fiat, while the terminal edge on the presentation apparatus is a sphere of 60 mm in diameter. The subjects wore contact lenses with +20, +22, or +25 magnification to focus on the stimulus, and the visual field eccentricity angle could reach 60 degrees. The signal to noise ratio valuation experiment was performed to evaluate the clarity and quality of the MRI picture image. Checkerboard and random dot stimuli were used to prove that this system could be applied to retinotopic mapping by fMRI.
    Results: The results of the experiment demonstrated that the system is safe in the MRI environment with minimal distortion and can be used for visual retinotopic mapping studies. Wide-field mapping areas (V6, MST) were found in the human visual cortex. Compared with previous studies, the VI and MT+ surface area approaches but does not fully cover the anatomical area. Nonetheless, the area achieved using the new system is larger than those achievable in previous fMRI studies.
    Conclusion: We developed a versatile, low-cost system for presenting wide-view visual stimuli in the MRI environment. The fMRI retinotopic mapping results proved the viability of this system.

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  • Tactile pattern delivery device to investigate cognitive mechanisms for early detection of Alzheimer's disease

    Jiajia Yang, Takashi Ogasa, Jinglong Wu, Yasuyuki Ohta, Koji Abe

    Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technologies for Dementia: Neuroscience and Biomedical Applications   89 - 97   2011

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    The cognitive symptoms in early Alzheimer's disease (AD) involve problems with learning, memory or planning. Currently, no medical tests are available to conclusively diagnose dementia pre-mortem. Previous studies have demonstrated that the cognitive deficits of AD can be detected during a preclinical period with neuropsychological tests. This chapter's hypothesis is that cognitive deficit symptoms of AD are detectable using a combination of tactile, kinetic, cognitive, and functional MRI tasks in the earliest stages of the disease. The authors of this chapter offer a novel approach to investigate the early detection of AD with tactile procedures. This chapter introduces the development of two tactile pattern delivery devices. The first delivery device is MRI-compatible and can serve to investigate the underlying neural mechanisms of active and passive tactile pattern discrimination. The second delivery device is designed to investigate the characteristics of passive shape discrimination for psychological experiments. These devices may contribute to the early detection of AD with neuropsychological approaches. The ultimate goal of this research was to confirm the human ability of tactile shape discrimination and determine the differences between age-matched healthy individuals and AD patients. © 2011, IGI Global.

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  • A Basic Study of Event-Related Potentials (ERPs) on Human Audiovisual Spatial Integration for Human-machine Interface Reviewed

    Yulin Gao, Jingjing Yang, Qi Li, Ryota Morikawa, Jinglong Wu

    Proceedings of the 2010 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Biomimetics   1244 - 1249   2010.12

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  • Measurement and Analysis of Electroencephalogram (EEG) on Audiovisual Interaction for Early Clinical Detection of Neuropsychological Disorder Reviewed

    Jingjing Yang, Qi Li, Jinglong Wu

    Proceedings of The 3rd International Conference on Biomedical Engineering and Informatics   1877 - 1880   2010.10

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  • Functional Neuroimaging Studies of Chinese Character and Pure Tone Processing for Language Education Reviewed

    Xiujun Li, Qiyong Guo, Jinglong Wu

    Proceedings of The 3rd International Conference on Biomedical Engineering and Informatics   277 - 281   2010.10

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  • Novel Neuroimaging Technique and Measurement of Contrast Sensitivity with Wide-View Stimuli in Human Visual Cortex Reviewed

    Tianyi Yan, Bin Wang, Jinglong Wu

    Proceedings of The 3rd International Conference on Biomedical Engineering and Informatics   443 - 447   2010.10

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  • Development and Evaluation of A Multi-Model Tactile Pattern Delivery Device for fMRI Study, Information Reviewed

    Jiajia Yang and Jinglong Wu

    Information   13 ( 5 )   1823 - 1832   2010.9

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  • 下肢の行動時間と関節角度の計測による自動車ペダルの安全配置 Reviewed

    古谷慎平,呉景龍

    日本機械学会論文集C編   76 ( 769 )   134 - 141   2010.9

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  • Investigation on Human Characteristics of Japanese Katakana Recognition by Active Touch Reviewed

    Suguru Yokotani, Jiajia Yang, Jinglong Wu

    Proceedings of Brain Informatics 2010   357 - 364   2010.8

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  • Raised Angle Discrimination under Passive Hand Movement Reviewed

    Jinglong Wu, Jiajia Yang, Takashi Ogasa

    Perception   39 ( 7 )   993 - 1006   2010.8

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  • An Event-Related Study for Dynamic Analysis of Corticomuscular Connectivity Reviewed

    Ou Bai, Dandan Huang, Peter Lin, Jinglong Wu, Xuedong Chen and Ding-Yu Fei

    Biomedical Engineering and Computational Biology   1 - 10   2010.8

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  • Fitts' Law Holds for Pointing Movements under Conditions of Restricted Visual Feedback Reviewed

    Human Movement Science   29   882 - 892   2010.7

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  • Evaluation of Human Pointing Movement Characteristics for Improvement of Computer Interface Device Reviewed

    Qiong Wu, Jiajia Yang, Jinglong Wu

    Proceedings of The 2010 IEEE International Conference on Information and Automation   799 - 804   2010.6

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  • Multimodal Audiovisual Integration at Early and Late Processing Stages in Humans: An Event-Relate Potential Study Reviewed

    Qi Li, Jingjing Yang, Noriyoshi Kakura, Jinglong Wu

    INFORMATION   13 ( 3 )   807 - 816   2010.5

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  • Audiovisual interaction enhances auditory detection in late stage: an event-related potential study Reviewed

    Qi Li, Jinglong Wu and Tetsuo Touge

    NeuroReport   21 ( 3 )   173 - 178   2010.2

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  • Investigation on Human Visual and Auditory Calculation Mechanism by Event Related Potential Reviewed

    Jinglong Wu, Noriyosi Kakura

    INFORMATION-AN INTERNATIONAL INTERDISCIPLINARY JOURNAL   13 ( 1 )   99 - 109   2010.1

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    In order to investigate human visual and auditory calculation mechanism, we have measured human characteristics on visual and auditory calculation of ease and difficult problems by event related potential (ERP) experiments. The results suggested that human have different mechanism for calculation processing of ease and difficult problems, and they have different characteristics for visual, auditory and visual and auditory modality.

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  • Investigation on Human Characteristic of Relationship between Spatial Working Memory and Controlled Attention for Education Reviewed

    Yulin Gao, Jinglong Wu, Ming Zhang

    2010 3RD INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING AND INFORMATICS (BMEI 2010), VOLS 1-7   1927 - 1931   2010

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    During the process of school education, children with LD have defects both in spatial WM and controlled attention. However, research on the relation between them is few. Therefore, the study focused on investigating the relation using IOR paradigm as research method of controlled attention. Inhibition of Return (IOR) is the hysteresis phenomenon shown by the reaction of the previous note on the location. And working memory (WM) is a significant factor that affects the appearance and magnitude of IOR. Based on the previous researches, the paper studies the impact of spatial WM on multi-location IOR. The result shows that the load of spatial WM makes multi-location IOR disappeared as well as influencing maintenance and update of information of multi-location IOR. Meanwhile, it proves that spatial WM has an interactive impact on the selective attention.

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  • Decline of Human Tactile Angle Discrimination in Patients with Mild Cognitive Impairment and Alzheimer's Disease Reviewed

    Jiajia Yang, Takashi Ogasa, Yasuyuki Ohta, Koji Abe, Jinglong Wu

    JOURNAL OF ALZHEIMERS DISEASE   22 ( 1 )   225 - 234   2010

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    There is a need to differentiate between patients with mild cognitive impairment (MCI) and Alzheimer's disease (AD) from normal-aged controls (NC) in the field of clinical drug discovery. In this study, we developed a tactile angle discrimination system and examined whether the ability to discriminate tactile angle differed between patients with MCI and AD and the NC group. Thirty-seven subjects were divided into three groups: NC individuals (n - 14); MCI patients (n - 10); and probable AD patients (n = 13). All subjects were asked to differentiate the relative sizes of the reference angle (60 degrees) and one of eight comparison angles by passive touch. The accuracy of angle discrimination was measured and the discrimination threshold was calculated. We discovered that there were significant differences in the angle discrimination thresholds of AD patients compared to the NC group. Interestingly, we also found that ability to discriminate tactile angle of MCI patients were significantly lower than that of the NC group. This is the first study to report that patients with MCI and AD have substantial performance deficits in tactile angle discrimination compared to the NC individuals. This finding may provide a monitor and therapeutic approach in AD diagnosis and treatment.

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  • Difference of human tactile length perception between two and three fingers grasping Reviewed

    Haibo Wang, Jinglong Wu, Masayuki Kitazawa

    Nihon Kikai Gakkai Ronbunshu, C Hen/Transactions of the Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers, Part C   76 ( 764 )   936 - 941   2010

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    In order to improve the operation precision of the remote manipulation systems, it is necessary to clarify the human characteristic of length perception by using fingers. In previous studies, the length perception has not been investigated using multi-fingers grasping. Therefore, we developed a tactile length measuring system in this study. By using this system, some experiments were made to clarify the human length perception for fingers (thumb, index finger, middle finger). These results suggest that human tactile length perception in case of three fingers using is better than that of two fingers (thumb and index finger) condition.

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  • Decline of human tactile angle discrimination in patients with mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer's disease. International journal

    Jiajia Yang, Takashi Ogasa, Yasuyuki Ohta, Koji Abe, Jinglong Wu

    Journal of Alzheimer's disease : JAD   22 ( 1 )   225 - 34   2010

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    There is a need to differentiate between patients with mild cognitive impairment (MCI) and Alzheimer's disease (AD) from normal-aged controls (NC) in the field of clinical drug discovery. In this study, we developed a tactile angle discrimination system and examined whether the ability to discriminate tactile angle differed between patients with MCI and AD and the NC group. Thirty-seven subjects were divided into three groups: NC individuals (n=14); MCI patients (n=10); and probable AD patients (n=13). All subjects were asked to differentiate the relative sizes of the reference angle (60°) and one of eight comparison angles by passive touch. The accuracy of angle discrimination was measured and the discrimination threshold was calculated. We discovered that there were significant differences in the angle discrimination thresholds of AD patients compared to the NC group. Interestingly, we also found that ability to discriminate tactile angle of MCI patients were significantly lower than that of the NC group. This is the first study to report that patients with MCI and AD have substantial performance deficits in tactile angle discrimination compared to the NC individuals. This finding may provide a monitor and therapeutic approach in AD diagnosis and treatment.

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  • Investigation on Human Characteristic on Sound Source Localization under the Masking in Median and Frontal Plane for Early Detection of Dementia Reviewed

    Kouji Nagashima, Satoshi Takahashi, Jinglong Wu

    The 2009 International Symposium on Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology of Dementia   101 - 104   2009.12

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  • Effects of Modality-specific Selective Attention on Audiovisual Integration Reviewed

    Qi Li, Naoya Nakamura, Jinglong Wu, Yasuyuki Ohta, Koji Abe

    The 2009 International Symposium on Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology of Dementia   81 - 84   2009.12

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  • A Bilateral Cortical Network for Chinese Character Processing: An fMRI Study Reviewed

    Xiujun Li, Chunlin Li, Jinglong Wu, Qiyong Guo

    The 2009 International Symposium on Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology of Dementia   93 - 96   2009.12

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  • Investigation on Visual Voluntary Spatial Attention with and without Auditory Crossmodal Stimulus Reviewed

    Shuo Zhao, Chunlin Li, Jinglong Wu, Hongbin Han, Dehua Chui

    The 2009 International Symposium on Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology of Dementia   73 - 76   2009.12

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  • A Study on Motion Recognition of Hand using Surface EMG of Forearm for Upper-Limb Rehabilitation Reviewed

    Kazuya Funada, Satoshi Takahashi, Jinglong Wu

    The 2009 International Symposium on Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology of Dementia   175 - 178   2009.12

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  • An International Investigation about Driving License for Dementia Patients with Social Surroundings, Reviewed

    Satoshi Takahashi, Jinglong Wu

    The 2009 International Symposium on Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology of Dementia   152 - 154   2009.12

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  • Development of A New Rehabilitation Device for Hand Movement Disorder Reviewed

    Akira Gyoten, Satoshi Takahashi, Jinglong Wu

    The 2009 International Symposium on Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology of Dementia   171 - 174   2009.12

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  • Development of A Tactile Pattern Delivery Device to Investigate Cognitive Mechanisms of Tactile Angle Discrimination Reviewed

    Takashi Ogasa, Jiajia Yang, Jinglong Wu, Yasuyuki Ohta, Koji Abe

    The 2009 International Symposium on Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology of Dementia   119 - 122   2009.12

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  • Development of A New Four-degree-of-freedom Length Display Device for Cognitive Science Experiment and Rehabilitation, Reviewed

    Naotsugu Kitayama, Haibo Wang, Satoshi Takahashi, Jinglong Wu

    The 2009 International Symposium on Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology of Dementia   148 - 151   2009.12

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  • Measurement on Human Kinetic Visual Field with Changing Contrast and Brightness Reviewed

    Hidenori Hiraki, Satoshi Takahashi, Jinglong Wu

    The 2009 International Symposium on Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology of Dementia   97 - 100   2009.12

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  • Location and Functional Subdivision of Human Visual Motion Organization MT+ used functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Reviewed

    Tianyi Yan, Jinglong Wu

    The 2009 International Symposium on Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology of Dementia   66 - 69   2009.12

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  • Measurement of the Effect of Aging the Kinetic Visual Field and Examination of Its Application to Traffic Safety Reviewed

    *Jinglong Wu, Shuhei Miyamoto, Takanori Kochiyama, Kazumi Renge, Masafumi Yano

    34 ( 3 )   63 - 71   2009.12

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  • Multimodal Integraction Elicited by Audiovisual Stimuli Presented Centrally in A Divided Attention Task: An Event-related Potential Study in Humans Reviewed

    Qi Li, Jingjing Yang, Noriyoshi Kakura and Jinglong Wu

    Proceeding of The fifth International Conference on Information   67 - 73   2009.11

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  • Human Characteristics on Length Perception with Three Fingers for Tactile Intelligent Interfaces Reviewed

    Haibo Wang, Jinglong Wu, Satoshi Takahashi

    The 2009 International Conference on Active Media Technology and Brain Informatics   217 - 225   2009.10

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  • Multisensory Interaction of Audiovisual Stimuli on the Central and Peripheral Spatial Locations: A Behavioral Study Reviewed

    Qi Li, Jingjing Yang, Noriyoshi Kakura and *Jinglong Wu

    The 2009 International Conference on Active Media Technology and Brain Informatics   127 - 134   2009.10

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  • Comparison of Cerebral Cortex Activations between Visual-Auditory Spatial and Temporal Voluntary Attention by Using a Cue Stimulus: fMRI Study Reviewed

    Jinglong Wu, Chunlin Li

    The IEICE Transactions on Fundamentals of Electronics, Communications and Computer Sciences   92 ( 9 )   633 - 643   2009.9

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  • Multisensory Interactions of Audiovisual Stimuli Presented at Different Location in Visual-Attention Tasks Reviewed

    Qi Li, Jinglong Wu

    Information   12 ( 6 )   1311 - 1320   2009.9

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  • Effect of Spatial/Temporal Cues and Different Target Size on Visual Spatial Attention Reviewed

    Jiajia Yang and Jinglong Wu

    Brain Topography and Multimodal Imaging   71 - 74   2009.9

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  • Development of a New Experimental Device and Investigate Human Characteristics on Visual Feedback Control and Pointing Movement Reviewed

    Jiajia Yang,Jinglong Wu, Taichi Honda

    The 2009 IEEE International Conference on Mechatronics and Automation   129 - 134   2009.8

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  • Processing of Chinese Characters and pure tones in literate and illiterate subjects: An auditory fMRI study Reviewed

    Xiujun Li, Jinglong Wu, Hongzan Sun, Qiyong Guo

    The 2009 IEEE International Conference on Mechatronics and Automation   141 - 145   2009.8

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  • Multisensory Interactions of Audiovisual Stimuli Presented at Different Locations in Auditory-Attention Tasks: A Event-related Potential (ERP) Study Reviewed

    Qi Li, Jinglong Wu

    The 2009 IEEE International Conference on Mechatronics and Automation   146 - 151   2009.8

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  • New Definitions of Kinetic Visual Acuity and Kinetic Visual Field and Their Aging Effects Reviewed

    Jinglong Wu, Shengfu Lu, Shuhei Miyamoto, Yuji Hayashi

    IATSS RESEARCH   33 ( 1 )   27 - 34   2009.6

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  • Measurement and Analysis of Binocular Perceptual Characteristics with Peripheral Vision for the Development of Head Mounted Display with Wide View Reviewed

    Xiaoguang Li, Chang Cai, Jinglong Wu

    Information   12 ( 3 )   621 - 640   2009.5

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  • Processing of Chinese Characters and Figures in Literate and Illiterate Subjects: A Visual fMRI Reviewed

    Xiugun Li, Jinglong Wu, Qiyong Guo

    The 2009 IEEE/CME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering   246 - 250   2009.4

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  • Development of a Dual Tactile Pattern Presentation Device using in MRI Environment Reviewed

    Jiajia Yang, Jinglong Wu, Dehua Chui, Hongbin Han

    The 2009 IEEE/CME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering   137 - 140   2009.4

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  • Tactile Perception of Two Lengths by Precision Griping with Three Forefingers Reviewed

    Hibo Wang, Jinglong Wu

    The 2009 IEEE/CME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering   241 - 245   2009.4

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  • The Influence of Spatial Congruency on Audiovisual Interaction in a Visual-attention Task Reviewed

    Qi Li, Jinglong Wu, Tetsuo Touge

    The 2009 IEEE/CME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering   191 - 194   2009.4

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  • Investigation of Neuronal Substrates for Language Processing, Using Word Priming Reviewed

    Chunlin Li, Jinglong Wu, Hirosi Kusahara

    2009 IEEE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MECHATRONICS AND AUTOMATION, VOLS 1-7, CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS   152 - +   2009

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    We investigated changes in the behavioral performance and brain activities associated with word priming in a Word Stem Completion (WSC) task in Japanese. In the behavioral results, we found obvious facilitatory effects in subject's performance. The percentage of correct answers in word non priming (P/N) condition was 94%, while the percentage of correct answers in word priming P/Y-condition was 100%. Averaged reaction time in word P/N- condition was 1501ms, while that of word P/N-condition was 978ms and 3106ms in non word P/Y-condition respectively. In the fMRI experiment, the same tasks were performed by the block-design experimental paradigm without any overt response in MRI scanner. As the fMRI results, we found the activations in the bilateral middle and inferior frontal gyrus with right hemispheric prevalence, the superior and inferior parietal gyms, and the supplementary motor area. The prefrontal-parietal network observed in our study is consistent with the activated areas in word stem task in English. These results suggested that the facilitatory effects observed in WSC-test include implicit memory access and the induced attention after successful retrieval.

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  • Correlated Size Variations Measured in Human Visual Cortex V1/V2/V3 with Functional MRI Reviewed

    Tianyi Yan, Fengzhe Jin, Jinglong Wu

    BRAIN INFORMATICS, PROCEEDINGS   5819   36 - +   2009

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    The retinotopic characteristics on human peripheral vision are still not well known. The position, surface area and visual field representation of human visual areas V 1, V2 and V3 were measured using fMRI in 8 subjects (16 hemispheres). Cortical visual field maps of the 120deg were measured using rotating wedge and expanding ring stimuli. The boundaries between areas were identified using an automated procedure to fit an atlas of the expected visual field map to the data. All position and surface area measurements were made along the boundary between white matter and gray matter. In this study, we developed a new visual presentation system widest view (60 deg of eccentricity). The wide-view visual presentation system was made from nonmagnetic optical fibers and a contact lens, so can use in general clinical fMRI condition and the cost is lower. We used the newly wide view visual presentation system, the representation of the visual field in areas VI, V2 and V3 spans about 2223 mm(boolean AND)2,1679 mm(boolean AND)2 and 1690 mm(boolean AND)2

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  • Central Versus Peripheral Retinotopic and Temporal Frequency Sensitivities of Human Visual Areas Measured Using fMRI Reviewed

    Tianyi Yan, Fengzhe Jin, Jinglong Wu

    2009 IEEE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MECHATRONICS AND AUTOMATION, VOLS 1-7, CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS   135 - +   2009

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    Using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) we have researched the variation in response magnitude, in each visual areas (V1-V3), as a function of visual retintotopic areas (V1-V3) and temporal frequency (TF). Each visual area was identified in each subject using a combination of retinotopic mapping IMRI and cortical flattening techniques. A checkerboard was used as the stimulus in the study in which we TF was 2, 4, 8, 16Hz. It was hypothesized the peripheral stimulation would lead to faster onset latencies, as well as preferentially activae doral stream visual areas relative to central field stimulation. For the experiment we constructed fIVIRI amplitude tuning curves, averaged across subjects, for each visual area. The tuning curves that resulted are consistent with the known physiological properties of cells in the corresponding macaque visual areas, previous functional imaging studies, and in the case of V1, the psychophysically determined contrast sensitivity functions for temporal frequency. And retinotopic mapping is a key property of organization of human occipital cortex. The retinotopic organization of the central visual field of visual areas V1/V2/V3 has been well estimated. We also used functional magnetic resonance Imaging (fMR1) to measure the retinotopic mapping of the peripheral visual field (eccentricity up to 60deg). We estimate the locations of the visual areas in 0 similar to 60deg and the result is coincident with the anatomical studies. Visual areas V1, V2, V3 showed more direction sensitivity at low temporal frequencies in the central visual area, while there was the same signal change in the peripheral visual areas.

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  • Visual field representation and location of visual area V1 in human visual cortex by functional MRI Reviewed

    Tian-yi Yan, Feng-zhe Jin, Jing-long Wu

    2009 ICME INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON COMPLEX MEDICAL ENGINEERING   91 - +   2009

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    Human area V1 offers an excellent opportunity to study, using functional MRI, a range of properties in a specific cortical visual area, whose borders are defined objectively and convergently by retinotopic criteria. Previous fMRI studies in VI retinotopic are typically used central and/or peri-central visual field stimulus. The retinotopic characteristics on human peripheral vision are still not well known.
    In this study, we developed a new visual presentation system widest view (60 deg of eccentricity). The wide-view visual presentation system was made from nonmagnetic optical fibers and a contact lens, so can use in general clinical fMRI condition and the cost is lower. We used the newly wide view visual presentation system, firstly get a success in the world to identify human primary visual cortex (VI) of the eccentricity 60 deg. And we acquired the areal cortical magnification function for VI between the 0-60deg eccentricities was Mareal =272/(E+1.44)boolean AND 2. The mean cortical surface area of V1 between the 0-60deg eccentricities was about 2229mm boolean AND 2. Our results have well agreement with the using physiological, patients and anatomical measurements.
    The analysis indicates that (1) the estimate of scaling factor in linear magnification factors is larger than previous studies which focus on central vision. (2) the estimate of the peripheral factor in dipolar model is too large to make the curve direction of the iso-eccentricity ring's in the periphery be the same as that on the center in VI.

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  • 高磁場環境での使用と自動制御可能の二次元触覚パターン提示装置の製作と触覚形状特性の実験検討 Reviewed

    楊家家、呉景龍、岩本昌克

    日本機械学会論文集(C編)   74巻 ( 746号 )   251 - 259   2008.10

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  • Investigation on the Relationship between the Human Visual Illusion Effect and the Pointing Movement Reviewed

    16 - 16   2008.10

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  • 受動的触覚による二次元角度弁別特性について Reviewed

    楊家家, 呉景龍

    第31回日本生体医工学会中国四国支部大会 抄録   15 - 15   2008.10

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  • fMRIを用いた左側下前頭回(BA44)における言語処理機能の検討 Reviewed

    漆原健二,河内山隆紀,呉景龍

    第31回日本生体医工学会中国四国支部大会 抄録   25 - 25   2008.10

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  • 脳波計測による視聴覚の統合と視覚刺激の偏心角との依存性-視覚刺激の偏心角選定実験について Reviewed

    鹿倉教義,呉景龍

    第31回日本生体医工学会中国四国支部大会 抄録   39 - 39   2008.10

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  • 視覚刺激提示時の文盲者と非文盲者の脳内活動差異に関するfMRI研究 Reviewed

    李修軍,呉景龍

    第31回日本生体医工学会中国四国支部大会 抄録   24 - 24   2008.10

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  • 前面からの騒音が水平面音源定位能力に与える影響の検討 Reviewed

    岡田裕紀,呉景龍

    第31回日本生体医工学会中国四国支部大会 抄録   18 - 18   2008.10

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  • 単純反応時間の個人差を考慮した動的視野特性の検討 Reviewed

    宮本脩平,呉景龍

    第31回日本生体医工学会中国四国支部大会 抄録   23 - 23   2008.10

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  • 2本と3本指の把持動作による長さ知覚の差異 Reviewed

    Haibo Wang, Jinglong Wu

    129 - 131   2008.5

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  • Investigation on Language Processing in Left Inferior Prefrontal Cortex by fMRI Reviewed

    Kenji Urushihara, Takanori Kochiyama, Dehua Chui, Hongbin Han, Jinglong Wu

    31 - 34   2008.5

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  • Investigation on Human Mental Arithmetic Processing with Different Difficulty by Event Related Potentials Reviewed

    Noriyoshi Kakura, Takanori Kochiyama, Jinglong Wu

    97 - 100   2008.5

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  • A Study on Sound Localization Ability by the Effect of High-frequency Sound Insulation with the Earplug Reviewed

    Hiroki Okada, Takanori Kochiyama, Jinglong Wu

    125 - 128   2008.5

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  • Development of Goldman Perimeter with Qutomatic Speed Control and Measurement of Human Kinetic Visual Field Reviewed

    Syuhei Misayamoto, Takanori Kochiyama, Jinglong Wu

    135 - 138   2008.5

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  • The Interaction between Somatosensory and Auditory Cognitive Processing Assessed with Event-related Potentials Reviewed

    Tetsuo Touge, Daniel Gonzalez, Jinglong Wu, Kazushi Deguchi, Masago Tsukaguchi, Mieko Shimamura, Kazue Ikeda, Shigeki Kuriyama

    Journal of Clinical Neurophysiology   Vol. 25 ( No.2 )   90 - 97   2008.4

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  • Characteristics of the Spatial and Temporal Frequency on Visual Circular Vection Reviewed

    Fengzhe Jin, Takanori Kochiyama, Jinglong Wu

    Vol. J91-A ( No.4 )   505 - 512   2008.4

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  • 多人数同時に検査できる多機能視力検査装置の研究開発 Reviewed

    呉景龍,王大順,呂勝富,林夕路

    日本機械学会論文集C編   第74巻 ( 737号 )   83 - 89   2008.1

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  • Measurement and Analysis of Human Characteristics of Directional Memory by Electroencephalography for the Brain-Computer Interface System Reviewed

    Dashun Wang, Jinglong Wu

    Information   Vol.11 ( No.11 )   69 - 75   2008.1

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  • Development of a wide-view visual presentation system and estimating human primary visual cortical magnification by using fMRI for traffic safety Reviewed

    Jinglong Wu, Fengzhe Jin, Takanori Kochiyama, Masafumi Yano, Kazumi Renge

    IATSS Research   32 ( 2 )   109 - 115   2008

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    It is very important to understand human visual characteristics in the wide-view condition for traffic safety. In the present study, we focus on human basic visual characteristics of retinotopic mapping by using functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI), and provide basic research results for traffic safety. Previous fMRI studies on human visual retinotopic mapping are typically used for central and/or peri-central visual field stimulus. The retinotopic characteristics on human peripheral vision are still not well known. In this study, we developed a new visual presentation system widest view (60 degrees of eccentricity). The wide-view visual presentation system was made from nonmagnetic optical fibers and a contact lens, so it can used in general clinical fMRI conditions and the cost is lower. In the present study, by using the newly developed wide view visual presentation system, we have firstly been able to gain success in the world to identify the human primary visual cortex (V1) with an eccentricity of 60 degrees and the quantitative relationship between V1and peripheral visual field (eccentricity up to 60 degrees) by fMRI. In addition, we estimated the mean area for the V1 between 0-60 degree eccentricities, and acquired the areal cortical magnification function for V1 between 0-60 degree eccentricities was Mareal = 272/(E+1.44)2. The mean cortical surface area of V1 between the 0-60 degree eccentricities was about 2229 mm2. Our results have good agreement with using physiological, patient and anatomical measurements. From the results of the present study, it is explained why traffic accidences easily take place on crossings. In the human brain visual cortex (V1), only a small cortical area is used to process visual information from the peripheral visual field. The basic results suggest that drivers are unable to recognise the dangerous information from both sides of peripheral vision. © 2008 International Association of Traffic and Safety Sciences.

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  • Development of an Automatic Control Two-Dimensional Tactile Patterns Delivery Device Using in High Magnetic Field and Investigation on Human Characteristics of Tactile Shape Discrimination Reviewed

    Jiajia Yang, Jinglong Wu, Masakatsu Iwamoto

    Transactions of The Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers Series C   74 ( 746 )   2585 - 2593   2008

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  • The contribution of pinna to discriminate the vertical angle for virtual reality technology Reviewed

    Tianyi Yan, and *Jinglong Wu

    The 2007 International Conference on Instrumentation, Control and Information Technology   3080 - 3083   2007.9

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  • Luminance effects on visual perception of self-rotation for development of driving simulator Reviewed

    Yinghua Yu, Jinglong Wu

    PROCEEDINGS OF SICE ANNUAL CONFERENCE, VOLS 1-8   2844 - +   2007

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    Large-field visual stimulation with a rotating stimulus often induces the illusion of self-rotation, which is called circular vection (CV). Although CV has been extensively studied, the dependence of CV on the spatial frequency, luminance and visual-field of the visual stimulus remains unclear. In this paper, we investigated the luminance effects on visual perception of self-rotation. Fourteen young adult male volunteer subjects participated in the study. The device comprised a wide-view screen, a PC and a reaction key. The experimental stimuli were generated onto screen by PC. The sine-wave stimulus was rotated, and changed into five spatial frequencies (0.033, 0.053, 0.084, 0.130, and 0.210 cycle/deg) and six luminance conditions. The subjects reported the perceived CV velocity using the magnitude estimation method, and the latency of CV was defined as the time from the start of the stimulus to the onset of CV. These results may suggested that the CV to be more compelling when the spatial frequency from 0.053cycle/deg to 0.084 cycle/deg and high luminance of visual stimuli in central vision field. And the CV to be faster induced when the spatial frequency approximately 0.084 cycle/deg and high luminance of visual stimuli in central vision field.

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  • The Nueral Substrates for Letter String Readings in the Normal and Reverse Directions: An fMRI Study Reviewed

    Sheng Ge, Takashi Saito, Jing-long Wu, Jun-ichi Ogasawara, Shuichi Yamauchi, Naofumi Matsunaga, Keiji Iramina

    IEEJ Trans. EIS   127 ( 3 )   353 - 358   2007

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  • On 中心型網膜受容野モデルによる錯視の成因分析

    葛盛, 斉藤俊,*呉景龍, 伊良皆啓治

    生体医工学   2006.8

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    Sheng Ge, Takashi Saito, Jing-Long Wu, Keiji Iramina

    2006 28TH ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF THE IEEE ENGINEERING IN MEDICINE AND BIOLOGY SOCIETY, VOLS 1-15   4303 - +   2006

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    The study of optical illusion is an important method to elucidate the mechanism of visual perception. However, many details about the cause of optical illusions are still unclear. In this research, based on the characteristic of the physiological structure of the retina, we proposed an on-center receptive field model of the retina. Using this model, we simulated the distributions of the inducing field of some visual stimulus. Comparing to the past studies' results, the validity of the proposed model was proofed. Furthermore, we simulated the distributions of the inducing field of some typical illusions. The simulation results can explain these illusion phenomenon rationally. Therefore, it suggested that some of illusions are probably engendered by the distributions of the inducing field in the retina which generated by the illusions stimuli. The practicality of the proposed model was also verified.

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  • Neural substrates of passively listening to Japanese and English words, nonsense words by Japanese subjects: an fMRI study Reviewed

    Chang Cai, Takanori Kochiyama, Hukuhiro Kagawa, Risa Michihara, Kunihiko Osaka, Jinglong Wu

    2006 SICE-ICASE INTERNATIONAL JOINT CONFERENCE, VOLS 1-13   528 - +   2006

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    In the present study we mainly aimed to investigate the function of the inferior frontal gyrus, by means of passively listening to Japanese words, nonsense words, English words, nonsense words respectively by Japanese subjects using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). English words and nonsense words activated the dorsal parts of bilateral inferior frontal cortex more extensive than Japanese words and nonsense words, which might imply the implicit silent repetition might take place during English stimuli listening for better perception. The ventral parts of left inferior frontal cortex were activated by Japanese and English words conditions than nonsense words conditions of the two languages confirms its function in lexical or semantic processing. We also found the activation of visual cortex by Japanese especially by the Japanese nonsense words than English, which may be correlated to the characteristic of Japanese in which the phoneme and grapheme are one-to-one mapping to some extent.

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  • Development of vision examining system Reviewed

    Dashun Wang, Takanori Kochiyama, Sheng-Fu Lu, Jing-Long Wu

    Proceedings of the 2005 International Conference on Active Media Technology, AMT 2005   2005   277   2005

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  • Measurement and analysis of human distance perception toward remote control interface Reviewed

    Jiajia Yang, Takanori Kochiyama, Sheng-Fu Lu, Jing-Long Wu

    Proceedings of the 2005 International Conference on Active Media Technology, AMT 2005   2005   28 - 33   2005

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    In recent years, the remote control robots have used in various dangerous environments instead of human. Because there is a discrepancy between the physical and perceived distance, it is difficult for us to use the remote control robots. In order to solve this problem, we investigated the psychophysical characteristics of human distance perception. In this study, young and elder subjects estimate the actively and passively presented distance using upper arm. The experimental results offer the useful knowledge about improvements in the operation of remote control robots. ©2005 IEEE.

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  • Measurement and analysis of Electroencephalogram (EEG) using directional visual stimuli for brain computer interface Reviewed

    Dashun Wang, Takanori Kochiyama, Sheng-Fu Lu, Jing-Long Wu

    Proceedings of the 2005 International Conference on Active Media Technology, AMT 2005   2005   34 - 39   2005

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    This paper describes an approach to the measurement and analysis of Electroencephalogram (EEG) data to develop a brain- computer interface (BCI). The investigation of the serial information processing of human brain is very important for designing brain computer interfaces. Since EEG signals have a good temporal resolution and can be recorded noninvasively from the scalp, EEG has been used as a basic tool of the brain-computer interface. In this study, we measured EEG signals when subjects view, memorize, and recall the simple visual stimuli with directional information. As a result of the frequency analysis for the EEG signals, we found the task-related power change in particular cortical area. Based on this result, we discussed the information processing in the human visual systems and the applicability of the brain computer interface. ©2005 IEEE.

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  • Measurement and analysis of influence of spatial and temporal frequency on visually induced human self-rotation perception for virtual reality Reviewed

    Feng-Zhe Jin, Takanori Kochiyama, Takashi Sasaki, Jing-Long Wu

    Proceedings of the 2005 International Conference on Active Media Technology, AMT 2005   2005   278   2005

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  • Measurement on Human Visual and Auditory Advanced Function of Brain Calculation Processing by Psychological Experiment and Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging

    WU Jing-long, MIZUHARA Hiroaki, NEGORO Kiyoshi, HASHIDA Masahiro, OGASAWARA Jun-ichi, YAMAUCHI Syuichi, MATSUNAGA Naofumi, SAITO Takashi

    計測自動制御学会論文集   37 ( 11 )   1003 - 1011   2001.11

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  • Measurement of Human Advanced Brain Function in Calculation Processing Using Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging(fMRI)

    HASHIDA MASAHIRO, YAMAUCHI SYUICHI, WU JING-LONG, MIZUHARA HIROAKI, NEGORO KIYOSHI, OGASAWARA JUNICHI, SANO YUUICHI, KITAZAWA MASAYUKI, YAMANE SATORU, SANADA TAIZOH

    Japanese Journal of Radiological Technology   57 ( 6 )   605 - 610   2001.6

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  • Characteristic of Reaction Time in Parallel Information Processing of Human Visual and Auditory System

    WU Jing-Long, MIZUHARA Hiroaki, NISHIKAWA Yoshikazu

    Transactions of the Institute of Systems,Control and Information Engineers   14 ( 1 )   18 - 25   2001.1

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  • Development of a Following-Type Force Display for the Virtual Catch-Ball System Reviewed

    Jing-Long Wu, Koichi Kimura, Masayuki Kitazawa, Yoshiro Sakai

    Nihon Kikai Gakkai Ronbunshu, C Hen/Transactions of the Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers, Part C   66 ( 648 )   2756 - 2763   2000

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    In our previous study, a virtual catch-ball system was designed. The virtual catch ball system consists of pitch ball, catch ball and Head Mounted Display (HMD) subsystems. For the catch ball subsystem, the force display of simple structure, large movable area, high safety and low cost is required. Some kinds of force display systems were already proposed by other researches so far. However, the motion range of those force displays is considerably small, or the large mechanical parts are necessary to attain enough motion space. In this study, the authors proposed a following-type force display for the virtual catch-ball system. The force display consists of a force unit, a rotary motion unit and a vertical motion unit. The proposed force display can generate the force in the different directions of the vertical and the horizontal plane, and the merits of this system are large motion range, high safety and low cost. The performance of the proposed force display is demonstrated by several basic experiments. © 2000, The Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers. All rights reserved.

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  • Measurement of Human Force Perceptive Characteristic and Development of a Force Display for Virtual Catch-Ball System Reviewed

    Jing-Long Wu, Masayuki Kitazawa, Koichi Kimura, Yoshiro Sakai

    Nihon Kikai Gakkai Ronbunshu, C Hen/Transactions of the Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers, Part C   66 ( 641 )   208 - 213   2000

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    Virtual reality technology has been widely applied in telerobotics, sports training and so on. In the present paper, we consider a virtual catch-ball as an application of virtual reality. The virtual catch-ball system has three subsystems
    they are a pitch-ball subsystem, a catch-ball subsystem and HMD (Head Mounted Display) system with 3D images. We develop a force display of which structure was very simple. In the force display, the force is realized by a spring. Using the developed force display the human force perceptive characteristic on hand is measured. The experimental results suggested that human perceptive sensitilvity of force is depended on the hand position and the presented force volume. From the results of experiment, some important points are suggested to realize a force display with high performance. © 2000, The Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers. All rights reserved.

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  • Measurement and analysis of human characteristics on distance perception for man-machine interface of teleoperation systems Reviewed

    Jing-Long Wu, Kazuyoshi Tsukamoto, Masayuki Kitazawa

    IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems   1   708 - 713   2000

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    The distance information is very important to operate a teleoperation robot in the teleoperation system. Unfortunately, it is very difficult to realize a distance man-machine interface, in order to present the distance information. Because the human perceptive distance is different from the actual distance, and also the spatial scale of the real world is different from the virtual world. Therefore, it is very important to measure and analyze human characteristic of distance perception for the man-machine interface of teleoperation systems. In this study, the characteristics of human distance perception are measured, and a mathematical model of human distance perception is proposed. The results suggested that the human perceptive distances are larger (smaller) than the actual distances, if with using (not using) tactile information. The experimental results provide useful basic data to design the distance interface of teleoperation systems, and to investigate the human mechanism of distance perception.

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  • 人間の視覚探索と音声知覚との関連特性について Reviewed

    呉 景龍, 水原 啓暁, 西川 ヨシ一

    システム制御情報学会論文誌   12 ( 2 )   98 - 105   1999.2

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  • Development and Evaluation of a Spatial Position Sensor Using Wire for Virtual Catch-Ball System Reviewed

    Masayuki Kitazawa, Jing-Long Wu, Koichi Kimura, Yoshiro Sakai

    Nihon Kikai Gakkai Ronbunshu, C Hen/Transactions of the Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers, Part C   65 ( 635 )   2742 - 2749   1999

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    In the present paper, a spatial position sensor of new type for virtual catch ball system is proposed. In the virtual catch-ball system, it is necessary to obtain spatial positions of the ball and the glove. For such a spatial position sensor, requirements are not only low cost but also wide measurable area and low noise. Several spatial position sensors which have already been developed do not satisfy those requirements. The authors' newly designed spatial position sensor is of simple structure and attains the above goal. The static and the dynamic examinations were made on the characteristics of that sensor, and it was found that the sensor has desirable characteristics. The performance of the sensor is also discussed through the experimental results. © 1999, The Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers. All rights reserved.

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  • Realization of Equivalent Luminous-Efficiency Function by a Neural Network Model

    WU Jing-Long, NISHIKAWA Yoshikazu

    Transactions of the Institute of Systems, Control and Information Engineers   11 ( 7 )   384 - 393   1998.7

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    In the previous studies, the luminous-efficiency function for the mesopic vision is proposed by several empirical formulas, and some discrepancies between the experimental data and the formulated results existed. In the present paper, we propose a model of the equivalent luminous-efficiency function based on the brightness perception which covers the scotopic, the mesopic and the photopic conditions. In order to realize the equivalent luminous-efficiency function, we construct a four layer neural network model. The neural network is composed of three parts : an input layer, two hidden layers and an output layer. This neural network model is trained by the back-propagation learning algorithm with use of training data obtained by psychological experiments. After completion of learning, the response functions of the two hidden units express the scotopic and the photopic coefficients functions which depend on the input light-intensity level. The analysis of the model output indicates that our neural network has acquired an excellent generalization capability. That is, the model of the equivalent luminous-efficiency function has a nice generalization capability in the scotopic, the mesopic and the photopic conditions. The analysis results of internal representation in the neural network model suggested that the scotopic coefficient function contribute to brightness at a larger range.

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  • Improving the Quality of Life for Dementia Patients through Progressive Detection, Treatment, and Care

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    IGI Global  2016.10  ( ISBN:9781522509257

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  • In Biomedical Engineering and Cognitive Neuroscience for Healthcare: Interdisciplinary Applications

    Ge-qi Qi, Jinglong Wu( Role: Joint author)

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  • Technological advancements in biomedicine for healthcare applications

    呉, 景龍

    Medical Information Science Reference  2013  ( ISBN:9781466621961

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  • ?Technical Advancements in Biomedicine for Healthcare Applications

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  • Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology for Dementia: Neuroscience and Biomedical Applications

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  • Early detection and rehabilitation technologies for dementia : neuroscience and biomedical applications

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    Medical Information Science Reference  2011  ( ISBN:9781609605599

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  • 神経医工学-脳神経科学・工学・情報科学の融合-

    Jinglong Wu, Shusaku Tsumoto( Role: Joint author)

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  • 神経医工学 : 脳神経科学・工学・情報科学の融合

    呉, 景龍, 津本, 周作

    オーム社  2009.10  ( ISBN:9784274207716

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  • Web Intelligence Meets Brain Informatics

    Nig Zhong, Jiming Lu, Yiyu Yao, *Jinglong Wu, Shengfu Lu, Kuncheng Li(Web Intelligence Meets Brain Informatics)

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  • MRI Sequence Design and Clinical Application

    Hongbin Han,Lide Xie, Dehua Chui and *Jinglong Wu

    北京大学医学部出版社  2007.10 

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  • Complex Medical Engineering

    *Jinglong Wu, Koji Ito, Shozo Tobimatsu, Toyoaki Nishida and Hidenao Fukuyama(Web Intelligence Meets Immunology/FMRI Studies on Passively Listening to Words, Nonsense Words, and Separated KANAs of Japanese)

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  • 現代人間工学 : 知的システム設計の基礎と実践

    呉, 景龍, 塚本, 一義

    森北出版  2001.3  ( ISBN:9784627917118

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  • 712 Sex differences in gender-dependent object recognition

    KARAI Nobuyuki, WANG Bin, YANG Jiajia, MATSUMOTO Yuko, KURAHASHI Hiroaki, TAKAHASHI Satoshi, MIYAKE Koji, SUGIMOTO Morito, WU Jingling, KUMON Hiromi

    2015 ( 53 )   "712 - 1"-"712-2"   2015.2

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  • 709 Aging Effect on Audiovisual Integration in the Wide Field : Cognitive Psychology Experiment

    MORI Hiroki, TANG Xiaoyu, TAKAHASHI Satoshi, YANG Jiajia, WU Jinglong

    2015 ( 53 )   "709 - 1"-"709-2"   2015.2

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  • 802 Neuronal connectivity of tactile speed perception : A DCM Analysis

    FUKUHARA Sho, YANG Jiajia, WU Jinglong

    2014 ( 52 )   "802 - 1"-"802-2"   2014

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  • 803 Development of binocular stereo visual presentation equipment using under the high magnetic field

    HIKINO Yu, WAN Bin, TAKAHASHI Satoshi, YANG Jiajia, WU Jinglong

    2014 ( 52 )   "803 - 1"-"803-2"   2014

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  • J024014 Tactile Working Memory Capacity in Elder and Young Subjects using N-back Task

    Kunita Akinori, Yu Yinghua, Yang Jiajia, Takahashi Satoshi, Wu Jinglong

    Mechanical Engineering Congress, Japan   2013   "J024014 - 1"-"J024014-3"   2013.9

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    Working memory has important role in daily life and a lot of research was done in visual or auditory information. However, tactile working memory was unclear indeed. So we did research for tactile working memory capacity using n-back task for young and elder subjects. The experimental stimulus was raised shape of four directions 'V'. The subjects recognized these shapes by index finger. Next, subjects compared the current stimuli with the n times back stimuli. Subjects then responded whether the direction of a stimulus is the same or different. As a result, there was a significant difference between young and elder subjects in accuracy. We presume that these results depend on aging effect of a working memory capacity and decline of the recognition capability. The next step to find property is measurement of brain activity for tactile n-back task.

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  • K02200 Clarification of Human Brain Function and Alzheimer's Disease Early Detection

    WU Jinglong

    Mechanical Engineering Congress, Japan   2013   "K02200 - 1"-"K02200-2"   2013.9

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    Since Alzheimer's disease (AD) is a progressive neurodegenerative brain disease, the altered cognitive symptoms in the very early stage of AD involve mild learning, memory or planning problems. Eventually, AD patients will lose their ability to carry out the simplest tasks of daily living when in the later severe stage. Currently, no medical tests are available to diagnose AD conclusively pre-mortem. The goal of our research is to confirm the preclinical cognitive markers of AD with neuropsychological approach used for AD early detection.

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  • J024011 Modulation of audio-visual integration by temporal alignment of visual and auditory stimuli : an event-related potential study

    NAKAHASHI Kohei, YANG Weiping, TAKAHASHI Satoshi, WU Jinglong

    Mechanical Engineering Congress, Japan   2013   "J024011 - 1"-"J024011-4"   2013.9

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    Interaction occurs in brain when human gets stimuli from different sensory organs such as visual and auditory. Previous behavioral studies have shown that bimodal audiovisual stimuli simultaneously can be discriminated or detected more rapidly and accurately than unimodal visual or auditory stimuli presented alone. Many studies have shown that temporal asynchrony of audio-visual stimuli can influence the integration between visual and auditory stimulus, however, the multisensory mechanisms of asynchrony inputs were not well understood. In this study, we measured the behavioral and EEG data when the visual and auditory stimuli onset asynchrony were presented in the screen. This was done for each of the five different 50-ms subranges of stimulus onset asynchrony. Behavioral results showed that reaction times to the asynchrony audiovisual stimuli were faster that the unimodal stimulus. Moreover, the interaction of the asynchrony input was verified from event related potentials (ERPs). Especially, the results showed that the effect on EEG component around 200ms was largest when visual was presented after the auditory stimuli. This result suggested that might reflect the processing or adjusting for the temporal alignment of audiovisual stimuli.

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  • J024012 Semantic processing in first and second language by Japanese - Chinese bilinguals: fMRI study

    SUZUKI Takafumi, LI Xiujun, KOYAMA Ryozi, QI Gegi, LIN Zhenglong, Guo Qiyong, TAKAHASHI Satoshi, YANG Jialia, WU Jinglong

    Mechanical Engineering Congress, Japan   2013   "J024012 - 1"-"J024012-4"   2013.9

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    Reading in a second language (L2) is a complex task that involves an interaction between L2 and the native language (LI). To investigate the fundamental mechanisms, this study used functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) to visualize Japanese-Chinese bilinguals' brain activity in semantic processing of Chinese and Japanese characters, whose form are similar. We asked 13 Japanese-Chinese bilinguals to judge whether or not a presented pair of Chinese or Japanese characters had same semantics or font size. Semantic and orthographic association judgments were made to a pair of two-character words that were presented sequentially in the visual modality. In an fMRI experiment, we found Japanese-Chinese bilinguals showed activation in middle occipital gyrus in Japanese. And we also found they showed activation in left middle/inferior frontal gyrus which were known to be associated with semantic processing, left supplementary motor area which was known to solve language conflict on semantic tasks in Chinese. These findings were not consistent with previous studies that language experience tuned the cortex. But we found language conflict happened in Chinese task. This finding suggests language conflict affected Chinese task, and we think our fMRI experiment results changed from original results because of language conflict. So we think we need to remove language conflict when we conduct an fMRI experiment for bilinguals.

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  • 713 The design and implementation of fMRI experiment for brain function of face recognition

    KITAMURA Naoki, WANG Bin, TAKAHASHI Satoshi, WU Jinglong

    2012 ( 50 )   71301 - 71302   2012.2

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  • 2P1-H12 Design and Development of an Experiment Device for Tactile Speed Discrimination(Biosignal & Robotics Mechatronics)

    ARAKI Yuta, YANG Jiajia, TAKAHASHI Satoshi, WU Jinglong

    2011   "2P1 - H12(1)"-"2P1-H12(2)"   2011.5

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    In present study, we developed a tactile speed patterns presentation device that is capable of perform the tactile speed perception and discrimination experiments. It can serve to determining the underlying central neural mechanisms that contribute to tactile speed perception and discrimination. The device consists of two dots stimulus discs, one stepping motor, one motor controller and one computer. We used energy from the stepping motor to rotate the dots stimulus discs to present the different tactile speeds. The information related to rotating speed and time will be recorded with the computer. Then, five healthy subjects were asked to conduct a tactile speed estimation experiment using present device. The results indicated that the subjects underestimate the perceived tactile speed compare to the standard speed.

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  • 2P1-H14 Development and Evaluation of a Pointing Movement Experimental Device with Visual Information Control Function(Biosignal & Robotics Mechatronics)

    INAI Yoshinobu, YANG Jiajia, TAKAHASI Satoshi, WU Jinglong

    2011   "2P1 - H14(1)"-"2P1-H14(2)"   2011.5

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    In present study, we developed a pointing movement experimental device with visual feedback control function that is capable of perform the cognitive psychological procedure relate to own hand movements. It can serve to determining the human characteristics of pointing movement with or without visual feedback restriction. The main part of present device consists of a touch monitor, one set of light control glass, a relay switch electric circuit and computer. The subjects can do the pointing movement on the touch monitor and the visual feedback restriction will carry out with a combination of light control glass and relay switch. Finally, we performed a vision restricted pointing movement task with lateral ocular. The results suggest that although the visual feedback was restricted, the pointing movement depend on the index difficulty of targets.

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  • 720 A fMRI study on human brain activity ofthe spatial attention recognition with sight cue

    Kawata Yuya, Li Chunlin, Takahashi Satoshi, Wu Jinglong

    2011 ( 49 )   203 - 204   2011.2

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  • 202 Study on Haptic Length Discrimination using Two and Three Fingers

    GOH Munemitsu, WANG Haibo, YANG Jiajia, TAKAHASHI Satoshi, WU Jinglong

    2011 ( 49 )   39 - 40   2011.2

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  • 203 Center-periphery contrast sensitivity in human visual cortex V 1

    Matsushiro Satoshi, Yan Toanyi, Takahashi Satoshi, Wu Jinglong

    2011 ( 49 )   41 - 42   2011.2

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  • 719 Identification of default mode network in human brain:study of independentcomponent analysis by using fMRI data

    Yoshitomi Fuminori, Li Chunlin, Takahashi Satoshi, Wu Jinglong

    2011 ( 49 )   201 - 202   2011.2

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  • Bisensory interactions elicited by audiovisual stimuli presented peripherally in a visual attention task: A behavioral and event-related potential study among humans. Reviewed

    峠哲男, 李 奇, 呉 景龍, Ou Bai(Tetsuo Touge, Qi Li, Jing-Long Wu, Ou Bai

    J Clin Neurophysiol   26 ( 6 )   407 - 413   2009.12

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  • Lexical/semantic processing in dorsal left inferior frontal gyrus

    Chang Cai, Takanori Kochiyama, Kunihiko Osaka, *Jinglong Wu

    NeuroReport   Vol. 18 ( No.11 )   1147 - 1151   2007.7

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  • Function segregation in the left inferior frontal gyrus: a listening functional magnetic resonance imaging study

    Jinglong Wu, Chang Cai, Takanori Kochiyama, Kunihiko Osaka

    NEUROREPORT   18 ( 2 )   127 - 131   2007.1

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    Function segregation in the left inferior frontal gyrus was investigated in a functional magnetic resonance imaging experiment using a passive listening task, in which Japanese volunteers were required to passively listen to words and nonsense words in Japanese and English. The statistical analysis results showed that the dorsal part of the left inferior frontal gyrus was more extensively activated by listening to English words and nonsense words than to those of Japanese, respectively, which suggests automatic articulatory representation access for non-native stimuli perception, and that the ventral part was more extensively activated by listening to English and Japanese words than to nonsense words in either language, which suggests a lexical or semantic processing function.

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  • Function segregation in the left inferior frontal gyrus: a listening functional magnetic resonance imaging study

    Jinglong Wu, Chang Cai, Takanori Kochiyama, Kunihiko Osaka

    NEUROREPORT   18 ( 2 )   127 - 131   2007.1

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    Function segregation in the left inferior frontal gyrus was investigated in a functional magnetic resonance imaging experiment using a passive listening task, in which Japanese volunteers were required to passively listen to words and nonsense words in Japanese and English. The statistical analysis results showed that the dorsal part of the left inferior frontal gyrus was more extensively activated by listening to English words and nonsense words than to those of Japanese, respectively, which suggests automatic articulatory representation access for non-native stimuli perception, and that the ventral part was more extensively activated by listening to English and Japanese words than to nonsense words in either language, which suggests a lexical or semantic processing function.

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  • Attention systems and neural responses to visual and auditory stimuli: An fMRI study

    Li Chunlin, Kochiyama Takanori, Wu Jinglong, Chui Dehua, Tsuge Takaaki, Osaka Kunihiko

    2007 IEEE/ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering, CME 2007   1494 - 1498   2007

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    Visual orienting attention has been researched thoroughly using visual cues, and spatial attention and temporal attention have been compared using brain-imaging data [1]. However, while several studies have reported on auditory attention, the attention was not oriented using a cue. In addition, fewer studies have compared spatial and temporal attention using auditory stimuli. We compared visual and auditory orienting attention using a visual cue. We asked whether a general system exists for auditory spatial and temporal attention that conforms to that of visual spatial and temporal attention. We measured brain activity in 16 healthy volunteers using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). The attention was manipulated spatially and temporally using a visual cue for both visual and auditory tasks in a factorial design. Symbolic central cues oriented the subjects toward spatial location only (left or right), toward the temporal interval only (300 or 1800 ms), or gave no information about the spatial location or temporal interval. The subjects were also scanned under a resting basetine condition during which they clicked the reaction key ten times. Behavioral data showed the same tendency in visual and auditory tasks. The reaction time for spatial location attention was faster than that for temporal interval attention. The brain-imaging data showed a partial overlap between visual spatial attention and auditory spatial attention. In addition, it revealed a partial overlap between the neural systems involved in the performance of visual spatial attention versus visual temporal attention. The parietal and frontal cortices were activated in both the visual and auditory spatial attention tasks. The parietal cortex was activated in the visual temporal attention task only and not in the auditory temporal task. ©2007 IEEE.

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  • Attention systems and neural responses to visual and auditory stimuli: An fMRI study

    Li Chunlin, Kochiyama Takanori, Wu Jinglong, Chui Dehua, Tsuge Takaaki, Osaka Kunihiko

    2007 IEEE/ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering, CME 2007   1494 - 1498   2007

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    Visual orienting attention has been researched thoroughly using visual cues, and spatial attention and temporal attention have been compared using brain-imaging data [1]. However, while several studies have reported on auditory attention, the attention was not oriented using a cue. In addition, fewer studies have compared spatial and temporal attention using auditory stimuli. We compared visual and auditory orienting attention using a visual cue. We asked whether a general system exists for auditory spatial and temporal attention that conforms to that of visual spatial and temporal attention. We measured brain activity in 16 healthy volunteers using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). The attention was manipulated spatially and temporally using a visual cue for both visual and auditory tasks in a factorial design. Symbolic central cues oriented the subjects toward spatial location only (left or right), toward the temporal interval only (300 or 1800 ms), or gave no information about the spatial location or temporal interval. The subjects were also scanned under a resting basetine condition during which they clicked the reaction key ten times. Behavioral data showed the same tendency in visual and auditory tasks. The reaction time for spatial location attention was faster than that for temporal interval attention. The brain-imaging data showed a partial overlap between visual spatial attention and auditory spatial attention. In addition, it revealed a partial overlap between the neural systems involved in the performance of visual spatial attention versus visual temporal attention. The parietal and frontal cortices were activated in both the visual and auditory spatial attention tasks. The parietal cortex was activated in the visual temporal attention task only and not in the auditory temporal task. ©2007 IEEE.

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  • 複合医工学の新学際領域

    人工知能学会誌特集   vol.22 ( No.2 )   2007

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  • FMRI studies on passively listening to words, nonsense words, and separated KANAS of Japanese

    Chang Cai, Takanori Kochiyama, Tokuhiko Satake, Kunihiico Osaka, Jinglong Wu

    COMPLEX MEDICAL ENGINEERING   Springer   459 - +   2007

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    Japanese differs from English because it uses KANAs as basic pronunciation units, which also can be used to build words directly via certain combinations. Therefore, Japanese better facilitates the separation of underlying cognitive components in spoken language processing, e.g., phonemes, combinations of phonemes, and words with meanings. In this study, we measured the brain activities of subjects by using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) as they were passively listening to a series of words (word condition), combinations of phonemes without meanings (nonsense word condition), and temporally separated KANAs (separated KANA condition). The three conditions all activated the bilateral superior temporal gyrus, while the detailed location and volume of activated areas varied across the three kinds of stimuli. Listening to the words and separated KANAs activated more areas than did listening to the nonsense words, perhaps owing to different familiarity levels; areas activated in the separated KANA condition were slightly posterior to those activated in the word and nonsense word conditions. Compared with the nonsense word and separated KANA conditions, the word condition also activated part of the right primary motor cortex and part of the left premotor cortex, which may be related to articulatory-gestural representations of word access. There were no obvious areas activated in the anterior STG and STS, which have been related to semantic representations of words.

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  • FMRI studies on passively listening to words, nonsense words, and separated KANAS of Japanese

    Chang Cai, Takanori Kochiyama, Tokuhiko Satake, Kunihiico Osaka, Jinglong Wu

    COMPLEX MEDICAL ENGINEERING   459 - +   2007

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    Japanese differs from English because it uses KANAs as basic pronunciation units, which also can be used to build words directly via certain combinations. Therefore, Japanese better facilitates the separation of underlying cognitive components in spoken language processing, e.g., phonemes, combinations of phonemes, and words with meanings. In this study, we measured the brain activities of subjects by using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) as they were passively listening to a series of words (word condition), combinations of phonemes without meanings (nonsense word condition), and temporally separated KANAs (separated KANA condition). The three conditions all activated the bilateral superior temporal gyrus, while the detailed location and volume of activated areas varied across the three kinds of stimuli. Listening to the words and separated KANAs activated more areas than did listening to the nonsense words, perhaps owing to different familiarity levels; areas activated in the separated KANA condition were slightly posterior to those activated in the word and nonsense word conditions. Compared with the nonsense word and separated KANA conditions, the word condition also activated part of the right primary motor cortex and part of the left premotor cortex, which may be related to articulatory-gestural representations of word access. There were no obvious areas activated in the anterior STG and STS, which have been related to semantic representations of words.

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  • Web intelligence meets immunology

    Jiming Liu, Ning Zhong, Yiyu Yao, Jing-Long Wu

    COMPLEX MEDICAL ENGINEERING   205 - +   2007

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    In this article, we will discuss how the Wisdom Web (WW) from the next-generation Web Intelligence (WI) development contributes to the research Studies in immunology, i.e., the scientific discovery of HIV-immune interaction dynamics. In particular, we will show that a new computing paradigm, called Autonomy Oriented Computing (AOC), will be necessary to support the Wisdom Web to meet this challenge. Throughout our discussion, we will pose several Research Questions, through which the authors intend to highlight the technical issues involved and to stimulate thinking and innovations from the community of researchers pursuing this exciting, interdisciplinary endeavor.

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  • 複合医工学の新学際領域

    人工知能学会誌特集   vol.22 ( No.2 )   2007

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  • Development of a wide-view visual presentation system in the fMRI environment

    Fengzhe Jin, Takanori Kochiyama, Jinglong Wu, Yuuko Takahashi, Kunihiko Osaka

    2007 IEEE/ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering, CME 2007   1450 - 1453   2007

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    Retinotopic mapping is one of the most important experimental procedures in brain mapping the human visual system. Due to technical problems in previous studies applying fMRI retinotopy on human subjects, which typically used a central and/or pericentral visual field stimulus (8-30 deg of eccentricity from the fixation point), retinotopic characteristics of peripheral vision in humans are still unclear. To overcome this obstacle, we developed the wide-view visual presentation system with a horizontal visual angle of 120 deg and a vertical angle of 120 deg using nonmagnetic optical fibers and contact lens for fMRI. In this paper, we introduce the functions and performance of this system and report the results of our evaluative experiment. © 2007 IEEE.

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  • Development of a wide-view visual presentation system in the fMRI environment

    Fengzhe Jin, Takanori Kochiyama, Jinglong Wu, Yuuko Takahashi, Kunihiko Osaka

    2007 IEEE/ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering, CME 2007   1450 - 1453   2007

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    Retinotopic mapping is one of the most important experimental procedures in brain mapping the human visual system. Due to technical problems in previous studies applying fMRI retinotopy on human subjects, which typically used a central and/or pericentral visual field stimulus (8-30 deg of eccentricity from the fixation point), retinotopic characteristics of peripheral vision in humans are still unclear. To overcome this obstacle, we developed the wide-view visual presentation system with a horizontal visual angle of 120 deg and a vertical angle of 120 deg using nonmagnetic optical fibers and contact lens for fMRI. In this paper, we introduce the functions and performance of this system and report the results of our evaluative experiment. © 2007 IEEE.

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  • Development and evaluation of a device for presenting tactile stimuli

    Jiajia Yang, Takanori Kochiyama, Jinglong Wu

    2007 IEEE/ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering, CME 2007   1463 - 1466   2007

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    We are especially interested in the human ability to recognize shape using the delayed matching paradigm in active and passive touch studies. To investigate the characteristics of shape recognition, stimulus presentation control is very important because a subtle difference in the stimulus presentation will influence the results. In this study, we propose a new device that precisely controls the stimulus presentation and performs psychobehavioral measurements in haptics studies. And we also conducted an active/passive shape discrimination experiment to evaluate the performance of the device. Twenty right-handed students consented to participate in the experiment. The results suggest that the device might serve as a comprehensive haptic device that allows different types of haptic stimuli to be presented precisely to subjects to measure various psychobehavioral parameters. © 2007 IEEE.

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  • Development and evaluation of a device for presenting tactile stimuli

    Jiajia Yang, Takanori Kochiyama, Jinglong Wu

    2007 IEEE/ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering, CME 2007   1463 - 1466   2007

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    We are especially interested in the human ability to recognize shape using the delayed matching paradigm in active and passive touch studies. To investigate the characteristics of shape recognition, stimulus presentation control is very important because a subtle difference in the stimulus presentation will influence the results. In this study, we propose a new device that precisely controls the stimulus presentation and performs psychobehavioral measurements in haptics studies. And we also conducted an active/passive shape discrimination experiment to evaluate the performance of the device. Twenty right-handed students consented to participate in the experiment. The results suggest that the device might serve as a comprehensive haptic device that allows different types of haptic stimuli to be presented precisely to subjects to measure various psychobehavioral parameters. © 2007 IEEE.

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  • FMRI studies on passively listening to words, nonsense words, and separated KANAS of Japanese

    Chang Cai, Takanori Kochiyama, Tokuhiko Satake, Kunihiico Osaka, Jinglong Wu

    COMPLEX MEDICAL ENGINEERING   459 - +   2007

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    Japanese differs from English because it uses KANAs as basic pronunciation units, which also can be used to build words directly via certain combinations. Therefore, Japanese better facilitates the separation of underlying cognitive components in spoken language processing, e.g., phonemes, combinations of phonemes, and words with meanings. In this study, we measured the brain activities of subjects by using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) as they were passively listening to a series of words (word condition), combinations of phonemes without meanings (nonsense word condition), and temporally separated KANAs (separated KANA condition). The three conditions all activated the bilateral superior temporal gyrus, while the detailed location and volume of activated areas varied across the three kinds of stimuli. Listening to the words and separated KANAs activated more areas than did listening to the nonsense words, perhaps owing to different familiarity levels; areas activated in the separated KANA condition were slightly posterior to those activated in the word and nonsense word conditions. Compared with the nonsense word and separated KANA conditions, the word condition also activated part of the right primary motor cortex and part of the left premotor cortex, which may be related to articulatory-gestural representations of word access. There were no obvious areas activated in the anterior STG and STS, which have been related to semantic representations of words.

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  • Web intelligence meets immunology

    Jiming Liu, Ning Zhong, Yiyu Yao, Jing-Long Wu

    COMPLEX MEDICAL ENGINEERING   205 - +   2007

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    In this article, we will discuss how the Wisdom Web (WW) from the next-generation Web Intelligence (WI) development contributes to the research Studies in immunology, i.e., the scientific discovery of HIV-immune interaction dynamics. In particular, we will show that a new computing paradigm, called Autonomy Oriented Computing (AOC), will be necessary to support the Wisdom Web to meet this challenge. Throughout our discussion, we will pose several Research Questions, through which the authors intend to highlight the technical issues involved and to stimulate thinking and innovations from the community of researchers pursuing this exciting, interdisciplinary endeavor.

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  • Investigating human computation centric information processing mechanism: An ERP data analysis study

    Shinichi Motomura, Akinori Hara, Ning Zhong, Shengfu Lu, Jing-Long Wu

    2007 IEEE/ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering, CME 2007   1922 - 1926   2007

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    In the paper, we propose a multi-aspect data mining process for investigating a more whole human information process mechanism systematically. As an example to demonstrate the proposed mining process, we explain how to design the experiments of an ERP mental arithmetic task with visual stimuli for investigating human computation centric information processing mechanism, and describe how to do multi-aspect analysis in the obtained ERP data, respectively. Furthermore, we give some preliminary results to show the usefulness of our methodology and to discuss the future research directions. © 2007 IEEE.

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  • Investigating human computation centric information processing mechanism: An ERP data analysis study

    Shinichi Motomura, Akinori Hara, Ning Zhong, Shengfu Lu, Jing-Long Wu

    2007 IEEE/ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering, CME 2007   1922 - 1926   2007

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    In the paper, we propose a multi-aspect data mining process for investigating a more whole human information process mechanism systematically. As an example to demonstrate the proposed mining process, we explain how to design the experiments of an ERP mental arithmetic task with visual stimuli for investigating human computation centric information processing mechanism, and describe how to do multi-aspect analysis in the obtained ERP data, respectively. Furthermore, we give some preliminary results to show the usefulness of our methodology and to discuss the future research directions. © 2007 IEEE.

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  • Effects of modality-specific attention on audiovisual early integration

    Qi Li, Takanori Kochiyama, Jinglong Wu

    2007 IEEE/ICME INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON COMPLEX MEDICAL ENGINEERING, VOLS 1-4   1467 - +   2007

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    Audiovisual early integration was investigated in humans using behavioral and electrophysiological measures in the attending one-modality (visual/auditory) condition to determine whether audiovisual early integration occurs when one modality is attended. Visual, auditory, and audiovisual stimuli were presented randomly with equal probability. The subjects were instructed to press a button in response to an infrequent target stimulus (20%) in the attend-designated modality. Reaction times (RTs) and accuracy were recorded and were compared using paired t-tests. The event-related potentials (ERPs) to bimodal stimuli (AV) were compared with the sum of the ERPs to unimodal auditory (A) and visual (V) stimuli. The early integration process was expressed as the difference waveform. between AV and (A+V). Audiovisual early integration (P100) of the bimodal audiovisual stimuli was found in the scalp topographies in the attending auditory condition; moreover, the RTs to the bimodal audiovisual target stimuli were faster than the RTs to the unimodal auditory target stimuli. By contrast, in the attending visual condition, audiovisual early integration (P100) of the bimodal audiovisual stimuli was not found in the scalp topographies, and no significant RT difference was observed between the unimodal visual and bimodal audiovisual target stimuli.

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  • Effects of modality-specific attention on audiovisual early integration

    Qi Li, Takanori Kochiyama, Jinglong Wu

    2007 IEEE/ICME INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON COMPLEX MEDICAL ENGINEERING, VOLS 1-4   1467 - +   2007

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    Audiovisual early integration was investigated in humans using behavioral and electrophysiological measures in the attending one-modality (visual/auditory) condition to determine whether audiovisual early integration occurs when one modality is attended. Visual, auditory, and audiovisual stimuli were presented randomly with equal probability. The subjects were instructed to press a button in response to an infrequent target stimulus (20%) in the attend-designated modality. Reaction times (RTs) and accuracy were recorded and were compared using paired t-tests. The event-related potentials (ERPs) to bimodal stimuli (AV) were compared with the sum of the ERPs to unimodal auditory (A) and visual (V) stimuli. The early integration process was expressed as the difference waveform. between AV and (A+V). Audiovisual early integration (P100) of the bimodal audiovisual stimuli was found in the scalp topographies in the attending auditory condition; moreover, the RTs to the bimodal audiovisual target stimuli were faster than the RTs to the unimodal auditory target stimuli. By contrast, in the attending visual condition, audiovisual early integration (P100) of the bimodal audiovisual stimuli was not found in the scalp topographies, and no significant RT difference was observed between the unimodal visual and bimodal audiovisual target stimuli.

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  • Ability to discriminate an elevation in sound: The effects of an altered pinna in subjects with monaural hearing

    Tianyi Yan, Takanori Kochiyama, Jinglong Wu

    2007 IEEE/ICME INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON COMPLEX MEDICAL ENGINEERING, VOLS 1-4   1454 - +   2007

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    We tested the ability of human listeners to discriminate white noise bursts in the absence of binaural discrimination cues and changed the shape of spectral cues. Minimum audible angle (MAA) thresholds were determined for five subjects in a two-alternative, forced-choice, adaptive paradigm as a function of the orientation of the array of sound sources in the vertical plane (elevation). The subjects were students with normal hearing who wore a monaural earplug to reduce sound level and timing cues and were then fitted with a pinna mold to change the shape of spectral cues. Tests measured discrimination of the vertical angle in eight planes parallel to the median plane (00 position). The results showed that the sound source position could be discriminated in the vertical plane when a subject with normal monaural hearing wore the external ear model. However, the discrimination ability worsened remarkably. The ability to discriminate the orientation of sound sources in the lower hemi-field was greater than in the upper hemi-field at the 00 to 1800 reference positions, while the reverse was true for the 2250 to 3150 reference positions. In addition, the pinna cavities of both the near and far ears play a role in determining the perceived vertical angle of a sound source in any horizontal position, including the median plane. As a sound source shifts laterally away from the median plane, the contribution of the near ear increases, while that of the far ear decreases. For horizontal positions at azimuths greater than 180 degrees from the midline, the far ear mold no longer changes the shape of spectral cues for discriminating the vertical angle.

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  • Ability to discriminate an elevation in sound: The effects of an altered pinna in subjects with monaural hearing

    Tianyi Yan, Takanori Kochiyama, Jinglong Wu

    2007 IEEE/ICME INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON COMPLEX MEDICAL ENGINEERING, VOLS 1-4   1454 - +   2007

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    We tested the ability of human listeners to discriminate white noise bursts in the absence of binaural discrimination cues and changed the shape of spectral cues. Minimum audible angle (MAA) thresholds were determined for five subjects in a two-alternative, forced-choice, adaptive paradigm as a function of the orientation of the array of sound sources in the vertical plane (elevation). The subjects were students with normal hearing who wore a monaural earplug to reduce sound level and timing cues and were then fitted with a pinna mold to change the shape of spectral cues. Tests measured discrimination of the vertical angle in eight planes parallel to the median plane (00 position). The results showed that the sound source position could be discriminated in the vertical plane when a subject with normal monaural hearing wore the external ear model. However, the discrimination ability worsened remarkably. The ability to discriminate the orientation of sound sources in the lower hemi-field was greater than in the upper hemi-field at the 00 to 1800 reference positions, while the reverse was true for the 2250 to 3150 reference positions. In addition, the pinna cavities of both the near and far ears play a role in determining the perceived vertical angle of a sound source in any horizontal position, including the median plane. As a sound source shifts laterally away from the median plane, the contribution of the near ear increases, while that of the far ear decreases. For horizontal positions at azimuths greater than 180 degrees from the midline, the far ear mold no longer changes the shape of spectral cues for discriminating the vertical angle.

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  • Web Intelligence Meets Immunology

    Complex Medical Engineering   Springer   2006

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    呉 景龍, 大武 歩, 河内山 隆紀, 松岡 悟, 山本 康典

    日本機械学会論文誌C編   72 ( 719 )   2200 - 2207   2006

  • 能動運転時及び受動運転時における緊急時行動特性の実車計測

    Jing-Long WU, Ayumu OTAKE, Takanori KOCHIYAMA, Satoru MATSUOKA, Yasunori YAMAMOTO

    日本機械学会論文誌C編   72 ( 719 )   2200 - 2207   2006

  • 人間の認知・行動特性と交通安全

    国際交通安全学会誌   Vol.31 ( No.1 )   62 - 66   2006

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    計測と制御   Vol.45 ( No.8 )   2006

  • 予防安全のための脳機能計測と実車実験による認知行動特性解析

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  • 視覚誘導自己回転運動知覚特性の計測と解析

    呉 景龍, 石破 義行, 河内山 隆紀, 金 鳳哲

    システム制御情報学会論文誌   19 ( 11 )   418 - 425   2006

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    国際交通安全学会誌   Vol.31 ( No.1 )   62 - 66   2006

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    Jing-Long WU, Yoshiyuki ISHIBA, Takanori KOCHIYAMA, Feng-Zhe JIN

    システム制御情報学会論文誌   19 ( 11 )   418 - 425   2006

  • fMRI Studies on Passively Listening to Words, Nonsense Words, and Separated KANAs of Japanese

    Complex Medical Engineering,   Springer   205 - 213   2006

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  • 手指触覚による長さ認知特性に関する考察-fMRIによる人間高次脳機能の計測

    Sheng-Fu LU, Yoshiro SAKAYI, Jing-Long WU, Masayuki KITAZAWA, Junichi OGASAWARA, Syuichi YAMAUCHI, Masayuki YAMAMOTO, Sheng GE, Kiyoshi NEGORO, Naofumi MATSUNAGA

    システム制御情報学会論文誌   18 ( 4 )   136 - 145   2005

  • 手指触覚による長さ認知特性に関する考察-fMRIによる人間高次脳機能の計測

    呂 勝富, 酒井 義郎, 呉 景龍, 北沢 雅之, 小笠原 淳一, 山内 秀一, 山本 正幸, 葛 盛, 根来 清, 松永 尚文

    システム制御情報学会論文誌   18 ( 4 )   136 - 145   2005

  • Peculiarity oriented fMRI brain data analysis for studying human multi-perception mechanism

    Ning Zhong, Jing-Long Wu, Akio Nakamaru, Muneaki Ohshima, Hiroaki Mizuhara

    Cognitive Systems Research   5 ( 3 )   241 - 256   2004.9

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    Although many cognitive and brain scientists have already studied human information processing mechanism of auditory and visual, separately, the relevance between auditory and visual information processing needs to be investigated in depth. We investigate human multi-perception mechanism by combining various psychological experiments, physiological measurements, data cleaning, modeling, transformation and mining techniques for developing artificial systems which match human ability in specific aspects. In particular, we observe fMRI (functional magnetic resonance imaging) brain activations from the view point of peculiarity oriented mining and propose a way of peculiarity oriented mining for knowledge discovery in multiple human brain data. We present an interesting result on modeling, transforming, and mining multiple human brain data obtained from visual and auditory psychological experiments by using the fMRI. The proposed methodology attempts to change the perspective of cognitive scientists from a single type of experimental data analysis towards a holistic view. © 2004 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

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    Ning Zhong, Jing-Long Wu, Akio Nakamaru, Muneaki Ohshima, Hiroaki Mizuhara

    Cognitive Systems Research   5 ( 3 )   241 - 256   2004.9

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    Although many cognitive and brain scientists have already studied human information processing mechanism of auditory and visual, separately, the relevance between auditory and visual information processing needs to be investigated in depth. We investigate human multi-perception mechanism by combining various psychological experiments, physiological measurements, data cleaning, modeling, transformation and mining techniques for developing artificial systems which match human ability in specific aspects. In particular, we observe fMRI (functional magnetic resonance imaging) brain activations from the view point of peculiarity oriented mining and propose a way of peculiarity oriented mining for knowledge discovery in multiple human brain data. We present an interesting result on modeling, transforming, and mining multiple human brain data obtained from visual and auditory psychological experiments by using the fMRI. The proposed methodology attempts to change the perspective of cognitive scientists from a single type of experimental data analysis towards a holistic view. © 2004 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

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  • 視触覚の長さ知覚特性の測定解析と3次元触覚形状ディスプレイの提案

    呂 勝富, 酒井 義郎, 呉 景龍, 山本 正幸

    日本機械学会論文誌C編   70 ( 697 )   2699 - 2706   2004

  • 視触覚の長さ知覚特性の測定解析と3次元触覚形状ディスプレイの提案

    Shengfu LU, Yoshiro SAKAI, Jing-long WU, Masayuki YAMAMOTO

    日本機械学会論文誌C編   70 ( 697 )   2699 - 2706   2004

  • 中国の高等教育と産学協同

    全国日本学士会会誌ACADEMI   ( No.86 )   19 - 23   2004

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  • The Role of BA46 of the Right Dorsolateral Prefrontal Cortex: A functional MRI Study

    International Journal of Information   Vol.7 ( No.6 )   713 - 720   2004

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  • 中国の高等教育と産学協同

    全国日本学士会会誌ACADEMI   ( No.86 )   19 - 23   2004

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  • The Role of BA46 of the Right Dorsolateral Prefrontal Cortex: A functional MRI Study

    International Journal of Information   Vol.7 ( No.6 )   713 - 720   2004

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  • Human Brain Functional Network of the Tactile Object Size Recognition: A functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) Study

    International Journal of Information   Vol.6 ( No.5 )   557 - 568   2003

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  • Human Brain Functional Network of the Tactile Object Size Recognition: A functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) Study

    International Journal of Information   Vol.6 ( No.5 )   557 - 568   2003

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  • The Neural System Sustaining People Identification by Auditory Information

    International Journal of Information   Vol.6 ( No.4 )   491 - 500   2003

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  • The Neural System Sustaining People Identification by Auditory Information

    International Journal of Information   Vol.6 ( No.4 )   491 - 500   2003

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  • Relation of fMRI signal suppression to human selective attention. Reviewed

    Hiroaki Mizuhara, Takashi Saito, Jing-Long Wu, Jun-ichi Ogasawara, Shuichi Yamauchi, Kiyoshi Negoro, Masahiro Hashida, Taizo Sanada, Naofumi Matsunaga

    International Conference on Information   2002

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  • 1P1-H6 Measurement of Human Visual and Auditory Interactive Function by Psychological Experiment and fMRI

    Wu J, Mizuhara H, Nobuki O, Kitazawa M, Negoro K, Hashida M, Ogasawara J, Yamauchi S, Matsunaga N, Saito T

    ロボティクス・メカトロニクス講演会講演概要集   2001   2001.6

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  • 702 Construction of Edge Detection Method Using Chaos Oscillators

    Tashiro Yuki, Mizuhara Hiroaki, Saito Takashi, Wu Jing-Long

    講演論文集   2001 ( 39 )   245 - 246   2001.2

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  • Effect of task-difficulty on human attentional blink between visual and auditory systems in the calculation processing. Reviewed

    Hiroaki Mizuhara, Jing-Long Wu, Takashi Saito

    5th World Multiconference on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics (SCI 2001)   2001

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  • 機能的磁気共鳴画像法(fMRI)による視聴覚位相差知覚の検討

    呉景龍

    第45回システム制御情報学会研究発表講演会   585 - 586   2001

  • A chaos oscillator model of temporal-frequency characteristics on human visual search. Reviewed

    Hiroaki Mizuhara, Takashi Saito, Jing-Long Wu

    The Sixth International Symposium on Artificial Life and Robotics (AROB '01)   2001

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  • Measurement of human visual and auditory calculate processing by functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). Reviewed

    Hiroaki Mizuhara, Jing-long Wu, Kiyoshi Negoro, Masahiro Hashida, Jun-ichi Ogasawara, Syuichi Yamauchi, Naofumi Matsunaga

    The Fifth International Symposium on Artificial Life and Robotics (AROB '00)   2000

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  • CHARACTERISTICS OF REACTION TIME IN HUMAN VISUAL AND AUDITORY INFORMATION PROCESSING

    WU Jing-Long, MIZUHARA Hiroaki, NISHIKAWA Yoshikazu

    Memoirs of the Faculty of Engineering, Yamaguchi University   49 ( 2 )   189 - 196   1999.3

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    In order to investigate interactive characteristics between human visual and auditory information processing, human visual and auditory characteristics have been measured by our previous studies. In our previous investigations, the visual search and the speech perception (mental arithmetic) were used as visual and auditory stimuli. respectively. The experimental results suggested that human visual information processing is affected by the auditory information. In the present study, human visual and auditory characteristics of reaction time are measured, and the tasks of mental arithmetic are used as the both of visual and auditory stimuli. The measurement results suggest that the visual information processing is affected by the auditory information. Furthermore, the experimental results clarify that the auditory information is affected by the visual information.

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  • Human characteristics of parallel information processing on visual and auditory systems. Reviewed

    Jing-Long Wu, Hiroaki Mizuhara, Yoshikazu Nishikawa

    IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics (SMC '99)   1999

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  • The Degree of Human Visual Attention in the Visual Search. Reviewed

    Hiroaki Mizuhara, Jing-long Wu, Yoshikazu Nishikawa

    The Forth International Symposium on Artificial Life and Robotics (AROB '99)   1999

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  • Measurement of human visual and auditory characteristics for a virtual driving system. Reviewed

    Jing-long Wu, Hiroaki Mizuhara, Yoshikazu Nishikawa

    電子情報通信学会技術研究報告 : 信学技報 112(345) 89-94   1998

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  • 対称性知覚の心理学的・ERP分析

    王 萌,呉 瓊,高橋 智,江島義道,呉 景龍

    第19回日本ヒト脳機能マッピング学会  村井俊哉

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    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Poster presentation  

    Venue:京都大学百周年時計台記念館  

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  • 聴覚刺激の提示タイミングが視聴覚統合に及ぼす影響

    村本光宏,高橋智,楊家家,江島義道,呉景龍

    第19回日本ヒト脳機能マッピング学会  村井俊哉

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    Venue:京都大学百周年時計台記念館  

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  • 手のひらにおける触覚方向弁別特性の検討

    三阪佳久,于英花,楊家家,高橋智,江島義道,呉景龍

    第19回日本ヒト脳機能マッピング学会  村井俊哉

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    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Poster presentation  

    Venue:京都大学百周年時計台記念館  

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  • 多物体追跡課題に及ぼす周辺運動刺激の効果

    岡本圭祐,楊家家,林正龍,山本洋紀,江島義道,呉景龍

    第19回日本ヒト脳機能マッピング学会  村井俊哉

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    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Poster presentation  

    Venue:京都大学百周年時計台記念館  

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  • 自然色のヒト脳情報処理機構に関するfMRI研究

    呉 瓊, 李 春林, 高橋 成子, 孫 宏贊, 郭 ?勇, 大谷 芳夫, 江島 義道, 呉 景龍

    第55回日本生体医工学会大会  中村直人

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    Venue:富山国際会議場・富山市民プラザ  

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  • 視覚キューを用いた触覚時空間注意に関するfMRI研究

    呉 瓊, 楊 家家, 高橋 智, 江島 義道, 呉 景龍

    第18回日本ヒト脳機能マッピング学会  小林哲生

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    Event date: 2016.3.7 - 2016.3.8

    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Poster presentation  

    Venue:京都大学桂キャンパス 船井哲良記念講堂  

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  • 提示頻度が異なる視覚刺激を用いた空間的注意の網膜偏心度依存性に関する研究

    門脇 諒,高橋 智, 垣内 健, 楊 家家, 呉 瓊, 江島 義道, 呉 景龍

    第18回日本ヒト脳機能マッピング学会  小林哲生

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    Venue:京都大学桂キャンパス 船井哲良記念講堂  

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  • 広視野空間注意における視聴覚統合の加齢効果に関する認知心理学実験

    森 啓貴,唐 暁雨,高橋 智,楊 家家,呉 景龍

    日本機械学会中国四国支部第53期総会・講演会  2015 

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  • Gender-dependent object recognition における性差の解析

    唐井 信幸,公文 裕巳,杉本 盛人,倉橋 寛明,松本 裕子,三宅 講二,呉 景龍,高橋 智,楊 家家

    日本機械学会中国四国支部第53期総会・講演会  2015 

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  • 視角虫覚クロスモーダルによる表面粗さ認識の優位性の検討

    松本裕貴, 楊 家家, 于 英花, 高橋 智, 呉 景龍

    第37回日本生体医工学会中国四国支部大会  2014 

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  • Audiovisual integration in patients with Mild Cognitive Impairment and Alzheimer's Disease

    楊偉平,楊家家,于英花,呉景龍,阿部康二

    第5回日本血管性認知障害研究会  2014 

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  • Basal functional connectivity within the resting-state networks are associated with performance on tactile angle discrimination task

    Yujie Li, Chunlin Li, Qiong Wu, Jinglong Wu, Tomoko Kurata, Seiichiro Ohno, Susumu Kanazawa, Koji Abe

    第5回日本血管性認知障害研究会  2014 

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  • DCM解析を用いた触覚による速度識別の脳内処理ネットワークの検討

    福原翔, 呉景龍, 楊家家

    日本機械学会中国四国支部第52期総会・講演会  2014 

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  • 高磁場環境で使用できる両眼立体視覚刺激装置の試作

    曳野裕, 王彬, 呉景龍, 楊家家, 高橋智

    日本機械学会中国四国支部第52期総会・講演会  2014 

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  • 視覚空間注意における上下の注意の切り替えに関するfMRI実験検討

    An Experimental fMRI Study on the Up-down Shift of Visual Spatial Attention

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  • MRI環境に使用できる長さ提示装置の開発と長さ識別による脳の賦活部位の同定

    李?, 呉景龍, 楊家家, 于英花

    第43回日本臨床神経生理学会学術大会 

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  • N-Backタスクを用いた触覚記憶容量の加齢効果に関する検討

    國田晃功, 于英花, 楊家家, 高橋智, 呉景龍

    日本機械学会 

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  • 広視野における建物認知の脳内活動特性

    郭嘉躍, 王彬, 呉景龍, 大野誠一郎,金澤右

    日本機械学会 

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  • 日本語?中国語バイリンガルの第一・二言語の意. 味処理に関する fMRI 研究

    鈴木崇文, 呉景龍, 高橋智, 楊家家, 李修軍, 小山竜史, 其格其, 林正龍, 郭所髣

    日本機械学会 

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  • 視覚・聴覚刺激の時間差による視聴覚統合の違いに関するERP研究

    中橋康平,楊偉平,高橋智,呉景龍

    日本機械学会 

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  • Development of a Tactile Angle Stimuli Presentation Device for Tactile Cognitive Function Discrimination International conference

    Mohd Usairy Syafiq, Yinghua Yu, Jiajia Yang, Jinglong Wu

    2013 IEEE International Conference on Mechatronics and Automation (ICMA2013)  2013 

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  • The neural activation in human brain for object perception in wide field International conference

    Jiayue Guo, Bin Wang, Jinglong Wu, Seiichiro Ohno, Susumu Kanazawa

    2013 IEEE/ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering (ICME2013)  2013 

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  • Influences of auditory stimuli in front and rear space on visual detection: An event-related potential study International conference

    Weiping Yang, Qi Li, Tatsuya Ochi, Jingjing Yang, Yulin Gao, Xiaoyu Tang, Satoshi Takahashi, Jinglong Wu

    2013 IEEE/ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering (ICM2013E)  2013 

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  • Development and Evaluation of Vibrotactile Stimuli Presentation Device to Investigate Tactile Working Memory International conference

    Yang Liu, Jiajia Yang,Yinghua Yu,Yoshinobu Inai,Jinglong Wu

    2013 IEEE International Conference on Mechatronics and Automation (ICMA2013)  2013 

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  • 視聴覚統合における健常高齢者と認知症患者の差異

    宮本豪士、呉瓊,李春林,呉景龍,楊家家,高橋智,大野誠一郎,金澤右

    第45回日本人間工学会中国・四国支部大会  日本人間工学会中国・四国支部

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    Venue:川崎医療福祉大学  

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  • 中国語処理における文盲と非文盲者の後方下前頭回の違いに関するfMRI研究

    王彬, 呉景龍, 高橋智, 楊家家

    第45回日本人間工学会中国・四国支部大会 

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  • 視聴覚分割注意タスクにおける多感覚統合の加齢効果に関する研究

    楊偉平, 呉景龍, 高橋智, 高玉林, 木村隆弘

    第45回日本人間工学会中国・四国支部大会 

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  • 視覚空間注意における左右の注意の切り替えに関するfMRI検討

    宮本豪士, 呉ケイ, 李春林, 呉景龍, 楊家家, 高橋智, 大野誠一郎, 金澤右

    第45回日本人間工学会中国・四国支部大会 

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  • 視聴覚分割注意タスクにおける多感覚統合の加齢効果に関する研究

    楊偉平, 呉景龍, 高橋智, 高玉林, 木村隆弘

    第45回日本人間工学会中国・四国支部大会 

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  • 視覚空間注意における左右の注意の切り替えに関するfMRI検討

    宮本豪士, 呉ケイ, 李春林, 呉景龍, 楊家家, 高橋智, 大野誠一郎, 金澤右

    第45回日本人間工学会中国・四国支部大会 

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  • 触覚空間ワーキングメモリ研究のための装置の開発と評価

    呉景龍, 高橋智, 楊家家, 于英花, 後藤綾介

    第45回日本人間工学会中国・四国支部大会 

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  • Aging effect on pedal errors of driving under different visual conditions International conference

    Masayuki Yoshitake, Jiajia Yang, Jinglong Wu

    International Conference on Advanced Mechatronic systems(ICAMechS2012 

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    Event date: 2012.9.18 - 2012.9.20

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    Venue:東京  

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  • 視聴覚統合における健常高齢者と認知症患者の差異

    高 玉林, 呉 景龍, 楊 家家, 于 英花, 李 奇, 中村 尚弥, 申 勇, 太田 康之, 于 生元, 阿部 康二

    第三回日本血管性認知障害研究会  日本血管性認知障害研究会

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    Venue:東京ステーションカンファレンス  

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  • 臨床用の触覚角度弁別装置の開発および認知症早期発見への応用

    Mohd Usairy Syafiq, 于 英花, 楊 家家, 阿部 康二, 呉 景龍

    第三回日本血管性認知障害研究会  日本血管性認知障害研究会

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  • Inhibition of Tactile Information on Visual Spatial Attention: An fMRI Study International conference

    Qiong Wu,Chunlin Li, Qiyong Guo and Jinglong Wu

    2012 IEEE International Conference on Mechatronics and Automation(ICMA2012) 

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    Venue:Wangjiang Hotel Chengdu  

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  • Effect of Cue-target Interval on Temporally Endogenous Attention of No-Go Target: Event-related Potential Evidence International conference

    Yulin Gao, Xiaoyu Tang, Chunlin Li Jingjing Yang, Weiping Yang, Satoshi Takahashi, Jinglong Wu

    2012 IEEE International Conference on Mechatronics and Automation(ICMA2012) 

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  • Effect of Spatial Smoothing on Regions of Interested Analysis basing on General Linear Model International conference

    Bin Wang, Yuu Hikino, Satoshi Imajyo, Seiichiro Ohno, Susumu Kanazawa, Jinglong Wu

    2012 IEEE International Conference on Mechatronics and Automation(ICMA2012) 

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  • Multisensory integration of peripherally presented audiovisual stimuli in older adults: An event-related potential study International conference

    Weiping Yang, Yulin Gao, Jingjing Yang Satoshi Takahashi, Takahiro Kimura, Jinglong Wu

    2012 IEEE International Conference on Mechatronics and Automation(ICMA2012) 

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  • Differential Activity of Semantic and Front Size Judgment Processing of Japanese Word: an fMRI Study International conference

    Xiujun Li, Jinglong Wu, Qiyong Guo

    2012 ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering(CME2012) 

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    Venue:ANA Crowne Plaza Hotel Kobe  

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  • Development and Evaluation of a Tactile Speed Stimulator for MRI Environment International conference

    Min Guo, Yinghua Yu, Yuta Araki, Jiajia Yang, Jinglong Wu

    2012 ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering(CME2012) 

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  • A New Vision for BioMedicine: a Systems Approach International conference

    Jaime Gomez-Rammirez, Jinglong Wu

    2012 ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering(CME2012) 

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  • Effects of Spatial Location on Bisensory Audiovisual Integration in Horizontal Meridian International conference

    Qi Li, Jingjing Yang, Jinglong Wu

    2012 ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering(CME2012) 

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  • Using Multi-voxel Pattern Analysis of fMRI Data to Decoding Human Visual Cortex Activations International conference

    Liye Wang, Xiaoying Tang, Bing Wang, Jinglong Wu, Tianyi Yan

    2012 ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering(CME2012) 

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  • Visual Temporal Cuing Effect on the Tactile Attention: An fMRI Study International conference

    Qiong Wu, Chunlin Li, Qiyong Guo, Jinglong Wu

    2012 ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering(CME2012) 

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  • Neural Correlates of Tactile Orientation Discrimination: an fMRI Study International conference

    Yinghua Yu, Jiajia Yang, Jinglong Wu, Qiyong Guo

    2012 ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering(CME2012) 

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  • Middle Temporal Gyrus and Sub-cortical Areas are Related to Exdogenous Temporal Expectation International conference

    Chunlin Li, Jinglong Wu, Dehua Chui, Hongbin Han

    2012 ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering(CME2012) 

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    Venue:ANA Crowne Plaza Hotel Kobe  

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  • The Effect of Spatial Information of Auditory Stimuli on Audiovisual Interaction: Evidence from Event-related Potentials International conference

    Jingjing Yang, Tatsuya Ochi, Qi Li, Yulin Gao, Weiping Yang, Xiaoyu Tang, Satoshi Takahashi, Jinglong Wu

    2012 ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering(CME2012) 

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    Venue:ANA Crowne Plaza Hotel Kobe  

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  • Behavioral Evidence of Delay-Dependent Tactile Length Discrimination International conference

    Zhiwei Wu, Jiajia Yang, Jinglong Wu

    2012 ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering(CME2012) 

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    Venue:ANA Crowne Plaza Hotel Kobe  

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  • 認知神経科学の基礎研究と関連装置の開発および医療福祉への応用

    呉景龍

    第47回メディカルテクノおかやま・サロン  メディカルテクノおかやま

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    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Oral presentation (invited, special)  

    Venue:岡山大学鹿田キャンパス  

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  • 顔識別の脳機能に関するfMRI実験の設計と実施

    北村 直樹,王 彬,高橋智,呉 景龍

    日本機械学会中国四国支部第50期総会・講演会 

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    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Poster presentation  

    Venue:広島大学工学部  

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  • Development of a tactile angle stimuli presentation device for early diagnosis of Dementia International conference

    Mohd Usairy Syafiq, Jiajia Yang, Jinglong Wu

    The 2012 International Symposium on Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology of Dementia (DRD2012)  JSPS AA Science Platform Program

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    Event date: 2012.3.1

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    Venue:50th Anniversary Hall of Okayama University  

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  • Different brain activation of semantic processing between Chinese-Japanese bilinguals and Japanese native speakers International conference

    Ryoji Koyama, Xiujun Li, Jinglong Wu

    The 2012 International Symposium on Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology of Dementia (DRD2012)  JSPS AA Science Platform Program

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    Event date: 2012.3.1

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    Venue:50th Anniversary Hall of Okayama University  

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  • The Influence of Eccentricity on Neural Activation in Ventral Visual Cortex International conference

    Wang Bin, Yu Hikino, Satoshi Takahashi, Jinglong Wu

    The 2012 International Symposium on Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology of Dementia (DRD2012)  JSPS AA Science Platform Program

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    Event date: 2012.3.1

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    Venue:50th Anniversary Hall of Okayama University  

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  • Brain activations related to tactile speed discrimination: an fMRI study International conference

    Yuta Araki, Jiajia Yang, Ryo Kitada, Norihiro Sadato, Jinglong Wu

    The 2012 International Symposium on Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology of Dementia (DRD2012)  JSPS AA Science Platform Program

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    Event date: 2012.3.1

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    Venue:50th Anniversary Hall of Okayama University  

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  • Development and evaluation of a haptic length presentation device for fMRI study International conference

    Munemitsu Goh, Jiajia Yang, Jinglong Wu

    The 2012 International Symposium on Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology of Dementia (DRD2012)  JSPS AA Science Platform Program

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    Event date: 2012.3.1

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    Venue:50th Anniversary Hall of Okayama University  

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  • Measurement of brain activation associated with tactile memory by tactile angles matching task International conference

    Suguru Yokotani, Jiajia Yang, Jinglong Wu

    The 2012 International Symposium on Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology of Dementia (DRD2012)  JSPS AA Science Platform Program

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    Venue:50th Anniversary Hall of Okayama University  

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  • The aging effect of masking noise on horizontal sound localization ability International conference

    Kensuke Kawamura, Jinglong Wu

    The 2012 International Symposium on Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology of Dementia (DRD2012)  JSPS AA Science Platform Program

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    Event date: 2012.3.1

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    Venue:50th Anniversary Hall of Okayama University  

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  • Effects of the Spatial Location of Auditory Stimuli on Visual Attention : An Event-Related Potential Study International conference

    Tatsuya Ochi, Jingjing Yang, Jinglong Wu

    The 2012 International Symposium on Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology of Dementia (DRD2012)  JSPS AA Science Platform Program

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    Event date: 2012.3.1

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    Venue:50th Anniversary Hall of Okayama University  

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  • An fMRI study on aging effect in the spatial attention International conference

    Yuya Kawata, Chunlin Li, Jinglong Wu

    The 2012 International Symposium on Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology of Dementia (DRD2012)  JSPS AA Science Platform Program

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    Event date: 2012.3.1

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    Venue:50th Anniversary Hall of Okayama University  

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  • The Normal Aging of Resting-state Networks: an fMRI Study International conference

    Fuminori Yoshi-tomi, Chunlin Li, Jinglong Wu

    The 2012 International Symposium on Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology of Dementia (DRD2012)  JSPS AA Science Platform Program

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    Event date: 2012.3.1

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    Venue:50th Anniversary Hall of Okayama University  

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  • Differences of Brain Activation Among Normal and PD Patients During Audiovisual Exogenous Attention: An fMRI Study International conference

    Naoya Nakamura, Jiajia Yang, Chunlin Li, Jinglong Wu

    The 2012 International Symposium on Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology of Dementia (DRD2012)  JSPS AA Science Platform Program

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    Event date: 2012.3.1

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    Venue:50th Anniversary Hall of Okayama University  

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  • Multisensory integration elicited by audiovisual spatial congruent stimuli International conference

    Takahiro Kimura, Weiping Yang, Jinglong Wu

    The 2012 International Symposium on Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology of Dementia (DRD2012)  JSPS AA Science Platform Program

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    Event date: 2012.3.1

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    Venue:50th Anniversary Hall of Okayama University  

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  • Differential activity of semantic and font size processing of Japanese word by Chinese-Japanese bilingual International conference

    Zhenglong Lin, Xiujun Li, Jinglong Wu

    The 2012 International Symposium on Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology of Dementia (DRD2012)  JSPS AA Science Platform Program

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    Event date: 2012.3.1

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    Venue:50th Anniversary Hall of Okayama University  

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  • Neural Substrates for Phonological Processing of Japanese Kanji and Chi-nese Characters in Bilingual Japanese International conference

    QiGeQi, Jinglong Wu

    The 2012 International Symposium on Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology of Dementia (DRD2012)  JSPS AA Science Platform Program

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    Event date: 2012.3.1

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    Venue:50th Anniversary Hall of Okayama University  

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  • Tactile and Audiovisual Approach for Early Detection of Alzheimer’s Disease Invited International conference

    Jinglong Wu

    The 2012 International Symposium on Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology of Dementia  JSPS AA Science Platform Program, etc.

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    Event date: 2012.3.1

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    Venue:Okayama University  

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  • 視聴覚統合に及ぼす聴覚刺激の呈示位置の影響に関する検討

    越智達也,呉景龍,高橋智,李奇

    第20回計測自動制御学会中国支部学術講演  計測自動制御学会中国支部

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    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Poster presentation  

    Venue:岡山大学(津島キャンパス)  

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  • 聴覚刺激の提示位置と視覚注意との関連性に関する事象関連電位(ERP)の検討

    高玉林,李奇,楊菁菁,呉景龍

    第20回計測自動制御学会中国支部学術講演  計測自動制御学会中国支部

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    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Poster presentation  

    Venue:岡山大学(津島キャンパス)  

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  • 中国語の発音弁別処理における文盲者の脳内活動の検討

    小山竜史,李修軍,呉景龍,高橋智

    第20回計測自動制御学会中国支部学術講演  計測自動制御学会中国支部

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    Venue:岡山大学(津島キャンパス)  

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  • fMRIを用いた視触覚空間能動分割注意についての検討

    呉ケイ,李春林,呉景龍

    第20回計測自動制御学会中国支部学術講演  計測自動制御学会中国支部

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    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Poster presentation  

    Venue:岡山大学(津島キャンパス)  

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  • Cognitive Neuroscience for Brain-Computer Interface International conference

    Jiglong Wu

    The 18th International Conference on Neural Information Processing 2011  Shanghai Jiao Tong University

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    Event date: 2011.11.18

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    Venue:Shanghai, China  

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  • 視聴覚統合テストを用いた認知症スクリーニング検査方法の提案

    呉景龍, 楊家家, 中村尚弥, 太田康之, 阿部康二

    第30回日本認知症学会学術集会 

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    Event date: 2011.11.11 - 2011.11.13

    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Poster presentation  

    Venue:タワーホール船堀  

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  • 指先の触覚角度弁別機能検査による認知症スクリーニング検査方法の提案

    楊家家,太田康之,阿部康二,呉景龍

    第30回日本認知症学会学術集会 

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    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Poster presentation  

    Venue:タワーホール船堀  

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  • 事象関連電位(ERP)を用いた片耳と両耳の聴覚刺激が視覚注意に及ぼす影響に関する研究

    高玉林, 楊菁菁, 峠哲男, 呉景龍

    第13回ヒト脳機能マッピング学会  日本ヒト脳機能マッピング学会

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    Event date: 2011.9.1 - 2011.9.2

    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Poster presentation  

    Venue:国立京都国際会館  

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  • 二重触覚による角度弁別の脳内処理領域の同定

    楊家家, 呉景龍

    第13回ヒト脳機能マッピング学会  日本ヒト脳機能マッピング学会

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    Event date: 2011.9.1 - 2011.9.2

    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Poster presentation  

    Venue:国立京都国際会館  

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  • Ventral Occipito-Temporal Region Doesn't Show Lateralized Activity for Word Matching

    其格其, 李修軍, 閻天翼, 呉景龍, 郭啓勇

    第13回ヒト脳機能マッピング学会  日本ヒト脳機能マッピング学会

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    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Poster presentation  

    Venue:国立京都国際会館  

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  • 中国語聴覚言語処理における非文盲者の右脳優位性に関するfMRI研究

    李 修軍, 郭 啓勇, 呉 景龍

    第13回ヒト脳機能マッピング学会  日本ヒト脳機能マッピング学会

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    Event date: 2011.9.1 - 2011.9.2

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    Venue:国立京都国際会館  

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  • 視覚及び聴覚能動空間注意における共通の前頭頭頂連合活動:fMRI研究

    李春林, 呉景龍

    第13回ヒト脳機能マッピング学会  日本ヒト脳機能マッピング学会

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    Event date: 2011.9.1 - 2011.9.2

    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:国立京都国際会館  

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  • Ipsilateral Visual and Auditory Spatial Information Interaction Mechanisms in Selective Attention Conditions: Behavioral and ERP Study International conference

    Yulin Gao, Qi Li, Jingjing Yang, Jinglong Wu

    2011 IEEE International Conferenc on Mechatronics and Automation(ICMA2011) 

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    Event date: 2011.8.7 - 2011.8.10

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    Venue:Peking, China  

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  • Early detection of patients with mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer's disease using a novel tactile approach International conference

    Jiajia Yang, Yinghua Yu, Yong Shen, Yasuyuki Ohta, Koji Abe, Jinglong Wu

    Alzheimer's Association International Conference 2011  Alzheimer's Association

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    Event date: 2011.7.16 - 2011.7.21

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    Venue:Parte de Versailes  

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  • Distinguish the Visual Top-Down Spatial Attentional Neural Network Between Normal and Dementia International conference

    Chunlin Li, Yasuyuki Ohta, Koji Abe, Kewei Chen, Yong Shen, Jinglong Wu

    Alzheimer's Association International Conference 2011  Alzheimer's Association

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    Event date: 2011.7.16 - 2011.7.21

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    Venue:Parte de Versailes  

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  • Audiovisual integration of normal aged controls compared to patients with mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer's disease International conference

    Jinglong Wu, Jiajia Yang, Naoya Nakamura, Qi Li, Yong Shen, Yasuyuki Ohta

    Alzheimer's Association International Conference 2011  Alzheimer's Association

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    Event date: 2011.7.16 - 2011.7.21

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    Venue:Parte de Versailes  

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  • Differential activity of phonological and orthographic processing of Japanese word: an fMRI study International conference

    Xiujun Li, Zhenglong Lin, Ryoji Koyama, Jinglong Wu, Hongzan Sun, Qiyong Guo

    2011 IEEE/ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering (CME 2011) 

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    Event date: 2011.5.22 - 2011.5.25

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    Venue:Harbin, China  

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  • Human Characteristics on Tactile Angle Discrimination by Object Movement Condition International conference

    Jiajia Yang, Jinglong Wu

    2011 IEEE/ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering (CME 2011) 

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    Event date: 2011.5.22 - 2011.5.25

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    Venue:Harbin, China  

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  • Development and Evaluation of a MRI-Compatible Tactile Orientation Stimulator International conference

    Yinghua Yu, Jiajia Yang, Jinglong Wu, Qiyong Guo

    2011 IEEE/ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering (CME 2011) 

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    Event date: 2011.5.22 - 2011.5.25

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    Venue:Harbin, China  

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  • Developing a Logistic Regression Model with Cross-Correlation for Motor Imagery Signal Recognition, International conference

    Siuly, Yan Li, Jinglong Wu and Jingjing Yan

    2011 IEEE/ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering (CME 2011) 

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    Event date: 2011.5.22 - 2011.5.25

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    Venue:Harbin, China  

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  • An International Investigation of Social Circumstances and Driver Licenses for Elder Persons International conference

    Satoshi Takahashi, Jinglong Wu

    2011 IEEE/ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering (CME 2011) 

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    Event date: 2011.5.22 - 2011.5.25

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    Venue:Harbin, China  

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  • Audiovisual integration elicited by stimuli peripherally in divided attention task: An Event-Related Potential Study International conference

    Weiping Yang, Jingjing Yang, Takahiro Kimura, Jinglong Wu

    2011 IEEE/ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering (CME 2011) 

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    Event date: 2011.5.22 - 2011.5.25

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    Venue:Harbin, China  

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  • Task-irrelevant Auditory Stimuli Affect Audiovisual Integration in a Visual Attention Task: Evidence from Event-related Potentials International conference

    Jingjing Yang, Yulin Gao, Qi Li, Jinglong Wu

    2011 IEEE/ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering (CME 2011) 

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    Event date: 2011.5.22 - 2011.5.25

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    Venue:Harbin, China  

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  • Attention Influence Response in The Human Visual Area V1 for Ebbinghaus Illusion, International conference

    Tianyi Yan, Bin Wang, Yuji Yamasita, Bing Yu, Qiyong Guo, Jinglong Wu

    2011 IEEE/ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering (CME 2011) 

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    Event date: 2011.5.22 - 2011.5.25

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    Venue:Harbin, China  

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  • Effect of Visual Spatial Information on Tactile Spatial Attention: An fMRI Study International conference

    Qiong Wu, Chunlin Li, Qiyong Guo, Jinglong Wu

    2011 IEEE/ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering (CME 2011) 

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    Event date: 2011.5.22 - 2011.5.25

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    Venue:Harbin, China  

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  • Retinotopy Mapping for Face Stimuli and Attention in the Fusiform Face Area International conference

    Bing Wang, Tianyi Yan, Bing Yu, Qiyong Guo and Jinglong Wu

    2011 IEEE/ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering (CME 2011) 

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    Event date: 2011.5.22 - 2011.5.25

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    Venue:Harbin, China  

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  • 利用触?角度辨?功能?常?阿?茨海默氏病的早期?断方法 International conference

    呉景龍

    the National Conference on Alzheimer’s Disease and Aging Related Disorders 2011 

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    Event date: 2011.4.15 - 2011.4.18

    Language:Chinese   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:Jinan, China  

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  • 利用触?角度辨?功能?常?阿?茨海默氏病的早期?断方法 Invited International conference

    Jinglong Wu, Jiajia Yang

    The National Conference on Alzheimer's Disease and Aging Related Disorders 2011 

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    Event date: 2011.4.15 - 2011.4.17

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  • 動的視野に与える背面明るさの影響

    谷田雅則,高橋智,呉景龍

    日本機械学会中国四国支部第49期総会・講演会  日本機械学会

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    Event date: 2011.3.5

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    Venue:岡山理科大学  

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  • 把持動作の2本指と3本指における一長さ弁別能力についての研究

    郷宗充, 王海波, 楊家家, 高橋智, 呉景龍

    日本機械学会中国四国支部第49期総会・講演会  日本機械学会

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    Event date: 2011.3.5

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    Venue:岡山理科大学  

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  • 視覚キューによる空間注意認知に関する脳活動のfMRI研究

    河田祐也,呉景龍,高橋智,李春林

    日本機械学会中国四国支部第49期総会・講演会  日本機械学会

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    Event date: 2011.3.5

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    Venue:岡山理科大学  

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  • ヒトの脳内デフォルトモードネットワークの同定:fMRIデータを用いた独立成分分析の研究

    吉富史倫,李春林,高橋智

    日本機械学会中国四国支部第49期総会・講演会  日本機械学会

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    Event date: 2011.3.5

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    Venue:岡山理科大学  

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  • 3軸加速度・角速度センサを用いた球体のころがり運動の計測

    藤原義久, 呉景龍, 高橋智

    日本機械学会中国四国支部第49期総会・講演会  日本機械学会

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    Event date: 2011.3.5

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    Venue:岡山理科大学  

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  • A Basic Study of Event-Related Potentials (ERPs) on Human Audiovisual Spatial Integration for Human-machine Interface International conference

    Yulin Gao, Jingjing Yang, Qi Li, Ryota Morikawa, Jinglong Wu

    The 2010 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Biomimetics  IEEE Robotics and Automation Society, Hebei University of Technology, Tianjin University

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    Event date: 2010.12.14 - 2010.12.18

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    Venue:Tianjin, China  

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  • 運動時および運動想起時におけるERDの測定

    高田陽平,高橋智,林保村,呉景龍

    第19回 計測自動制御学会中国支部学術講演会  計測自動制御学会中国支部

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    Event date: 2010.11.27 - 2010.11.28

    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Poster presentation  

    Venue:島根大学松江キャンパス  

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  • 無関連聴覚刺激が視覚判断に与える影響:事象関連電位を用いた検討

    楊菁菁, 李奇, 峠哲男, 呉景龍

    第40回日本臨床神経生理学会学術大会 

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    Event date: 2010.11.1 - 2010.11.2

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    Venue:神戸国際会議場  

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  • 視覚の空間能動注意時と時間能動注意時の比較:ERP研究 International conference

    石川総司朗, 李春林, 高橋智, 呉景龍

    第43回日本人間工学会中国・四国支部大会 

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    Event date: 2010.10.30

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    Venue:広島大学医学部広仁会館  

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  • fMRI実験のためのエビングハウス錯視効果の実験検討

    山下勇治, 閻天翼, 呉景龍

    第43回日本人間工学会中国・四国支部大会 

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    Event date: 2010.10.30

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    Venue:広島大学医学部広仁会館  

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  • Cognitive Neuroscience and Technology for Early Detction of Dementia International conference

    Jinglong Wu

    DRD2010 

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    Event date: 2010.10.22 - 2010.10.24

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:北京大学 医学部  

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  • Functional Neuroimaging Studies of Chinese Character and Pure Tone Processing for Language Education International conference

    Xiujun Li, Qiyong Guo, Jinglong Wu

    The 3rd International Conference on BioMedical Engineering and Informatics 

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    Event date: 2010.10.16 - 2010.10.18

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:Yantai, China  

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  • Measurement and Analysis of Electroencephalogram (EEG) on Audiovisual Interaction for Early Clinical Detection of Neuropsychological Disorder International conference

    Jingjing Yang, Qi Li, Jinglong Wu

    The 3rd International Conference on BioMedical Engineering and Informatics 

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    Event date: 2010.10.16 - 2010.10.18

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:Yantai, China  

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  • Novel Neuroimaging Technique and Measurement of Contrast Sensitivity with Wide-View Stimuli in Human Visual Cortex International conference

    Tianyi Yan, Bin Wang, Jinglong Wu

    The 3rd International Conference on BioMedical Engineering and Informatics 

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    Event date: 2010.10.16 - 2010.10.18

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:Yantai, China  

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  • Investigation on Human Characteristic of Relationship between Spatial Working Memory and Controlled Attention for Education, International conference

    Yulin Gao, Jinglong Wu, Ming Zhang

    The 3rd International Conference on BioMedical Engineering and Informatics 

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    Event date: 2010.10.16 - 2010.10.18

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:Yantai, China  

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  • 騒音の到来方向が音源定位能力に与える影響の検討

    川村健介, 長島弘治, 高橋智, 呉景龍

    第33回日本生体医工学会中四国支部大会 

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    Event date: 2010.9.24

    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Poster presentation  

    Venue:岡山大学医学部保健学科  

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  • 能動的触覚による不完全形状認知特性の実験検討

    越智俊介, 楊家家, 高橋智, 呉景龍

    第25回 生体・生理工学シンポジウム  計測自動制御学会 システム・情報部門 生体生理工学部会.

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    Event date: 2010.9.23 - 2010.9.25

    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:岡山大学医学部保健学科  

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  • 分割注意における視聴覚認知特性の加齢効果

    中村尚弥, 李奇, 呉景龍

    第25回 生体・生理工学シンポジウム  計測自動制御学会 システム・情報部門 生体生理工学部会.

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    Event date: 2010.9.23 - 2010.9.25

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    Venue:岡山大学医学部保健学科  

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  • ME 法による視覚誘導自己直線運動感覚の検討

    于英花, 高橋慎二郎, 呉景龍

    第25回 生体・生理工学シンポジウム  計測自動制御学会 システム・情報部門 生体生理工学部会.

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    Event date: 2010.9.23 - 2010.9.25

    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:岡山大学医学部保健学科  

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  • Investigation on Human Characteristics of Japanese Katakana Recognition by Active Touch International conference

    Suguru Yokotani, Jiajia Yang, Jinglong Wu

    The 2010 International Conference on Brain Informatics  Web Intelligence Consortium

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    Event date: 2010.8.28 - 2010.8.30

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:Tronto, Canada  

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  • Frontiers in Neuromedical Engineering International conference

    Jinglong Wu

    2010 IEEE/ICME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering  Institute of Complex Medical Engineering, University of Southern Queensland, Kagawa University, Queensland University of Technology, Beijing Institute of Technology

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    Event date: 2010.7.13 - 2010.7.15

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (keynote)  

    Venue:Goald Coast, Australia  

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  • Development and Evaluation of Tactile Presentation Device for Japanese Katakana Cognitive Experiment International conference

    Jiajia Yang, Suguru Yokotani and *Jinglong Wu

    The 2010 IEEE/CME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering(CME2010) 

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    Event date: 2010.7.13 - 2010.7.15

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:ゴールドコースト(豪州)  

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  • Wide-field Retinotopy Distinguish Subregions of the Human MT+by Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging International conference

    Tianyi Yan and *Jinglong Wu

    The 2010 IEEE/CME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering(CME2010) 

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    Event date: 2010.7.13 - 2010.7.15

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:ゴールドコースト(豪州)  

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  • Chinese Character and Figure Cognitive Processing in the Left Broca’s Area on Inflated Cortex International conference

    Bing Wan, Tianyi Yan, Xiujun Li, *Jinglong Wu, Qiyong Guo

    The 2010 IEEE/CME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering(CME2010) 

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    Event date: 2010.7.13 - 2010.7.15

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:ゴールドコースト(豪州)  

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  • Perception of Linear Self Motion under Different Visual Contrast Conditions for Development of Driving Simulator International conference

    Yinghua Yu and *Jinglong Wu

    The 2010 IEEE/CME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering(CME2010) 

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    Event date: 2010.7.13 - 2010.7.15

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:ゴールドコースト(豪州)  

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  • The Contribution of Bilateral Working Memory and Pariental activation in Audiovisual Voluntary Spatial and Temporal Attention International conference

    Chunlin Li, *Jinglong Wu

    The 2010 IEEE/CME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering(CME2010) 

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    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:ゴールドコースト(豪州)  

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  • Different Occipito-temporal Activations in Chinese Literate and Illiterate Subjects during Chinese Character Processing International conference

    Ge-Qi Qi, Xiujun Li, Tianyi Yan, *Jinglong Wu and Qiyong Guo

    The 2010 IEEE/CME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering(CME2010) 

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    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:ゴールドコースト(豪州)  

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  • Effects of Spatial Attention on Audiovisual Integration at an Incongruent Location International conference

    Qi Li, *Jinglong Wu

    The 2010 IEEE/CME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering(CME2010) 

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    Event date: 2010.7.13 - 2010.7.15

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:ゴールドコースト(豪州)  

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  • Evaluation of Human Pointing Movement Characteristics for Improvement of Computer Interface Device International conference

    Qiong Wu, Jiajia.Yang and *Jinglong Wu

    The 2010 IEEE International Conference on Information and Automation(ICIA2009) 

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    Event date: 2010.6.20 - 2010.6.23

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:Harbin(China)  

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  • Development of a Tactile Pattern Delivery Device to Investigate Cognitive Mechanisms of Tactile Angle Discrimination International conference

    Takashi Ogasa, Jiajia Yang, *Jinglong Wu, Yasuyuki Ohta and Koji Abe

    The 2009 International Symposium on Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology of Dementia(DRD2009) 

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    Event date: 2009.12.11 - 2009.12.12

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:岡山大学50周年記念館  

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  • Measurement on Human Kinetic Visual Field with Changing Contrast and Brightness International conference

    Hidenori Hiraki, Satoshi Takahashi, *Jinglong Wu

    The 2009 International Symposium on Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology of Dementia(DRD2009) 

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    Event date: 2009.12.11 - 2009.12.12

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:岡山大学50周年記念館  

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  • Development of a New Rehabilitation Device for Hand Movement Disorder International conference

    Akira Gyoten, Satoshi Takahashi, *Jinglong Wu

    The 2009 International Symposium on Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology of Dementia(DRD2009) 

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    Event date: 2009.12.11 - 2009.12.12

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:岡山大学50周年記念館  

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  • A Study on Motion Recognition of Hand using Surface EMG of Forearm for Upper-Limb Rehabilitation International conference

    Kazuya Funada, Satoshi Takahashi, *Jinglong Wu

    The 2009 International Symposium on Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology of Dementia(DRD2009) 

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    Event date: 2009.12.11 - 2009.12.12

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:岡山大学50周年記念館  

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  • Development of a New Four-degree-of-freedom Length Display Device for Cognitive Science Experiment and Rehabilitation International conference

    Naotsugu Kitayama, Haibo Wang, Satoshi Takahashi and *Jinglong Wu

    The 2009 International Symposium on Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology of Dementia(DRD2009) 

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    Event date: 2009.12.11 - 2009.12.12

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:岡山大学50周年記念館  

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  • An international investigation about driving license for dementia patient with social surroundings International conference

    Satoshi Takahashi, *Jinglong Wu

    The 2009 International Symposium on Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology of Dementia(DRD2009) 

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    Event date: 2009.12.11 - 2009.12.12

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:岡山大学50周年記念館  

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  • Investigation on human characteristic on sound source localization under the masking in median and frontal plane for early detection of dementia International conference

    Kouji Nagashima, Satoshi Takahashi, *Jinglong Wu

    The 2009 International Symposium on Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology of Dementia(DRD2009) 

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    Event date: 2009.12.11 - 2009.12.12

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:岡山大学50周年記念館  

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  • A bilateral cortical network for Chinese character processing: An fMRI study International conference

    Xiujun Li, Chunlin Li, *Jinglong Wu and Qiyong Guo

    The 2009 International Symposium on Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology of Dementia(DRD2009) 

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    Event date: 2009.12.11 - 2009.12.12

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:岡山大学50周年記念館  

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  • Investigation of Neuronal Substrates for Language Processing, Using Word Priming International conference

    Chunlin Li, Xiujun Li, Hiroshi Kusahara and *Jinglong Wu

    The 2009 International Symposium on Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology of Dementia(DRD2009) 

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    Event date: 2009.12.11 - 2009.12.12

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:岡山大学50周年記念館  

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  • Effects of modality-specific selective attention on audiovisual integration International conference

    Qi Li, Naoya Nakamura, *Jinglong Wu, Yasuyuki Ohta and Koji Abe

    The 2009 International Symposium on Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology of Dementia(DRD2009) 

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    Event date: 2009.12.11 - 2009.12.12

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:岡山大学50周年記念館  

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  • Location and Functional Subsivision of Human Visual Motion Organization MT+used functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging International conference

    Tianyi Yan, *Jinglong Wu

    The 2009 International Symposium on Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology of Dementia(DRD2009) 

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    Event date: 2009.12.11 - 2009.12.12

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:岡山大学50周年記念館  

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  • Investigation on visual voluntary spatial attention with and without auditory crossmodal stimulus International conference

    Shuo Zhao, Chunlin Li, *Jinglong Wu, Hongbin Han, Dehua Chui

    The 2009 International Symposium on Early Detection and Rehabilitation Technology of Dementia(DRD2009) 

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    Event date: 2009.12.11 - 2009.12.12

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:岡山大学50周年記念館  

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  • 下肢の行動時間とブレーキペダル踏力の計測による自動車ペダルの安全配置

    古谷慎平,呉景龍

    第18回計測自動制御学会中国支部学術講演会  計測自動制御学会 中国支部

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    Event date: 2009.11.28 - 2009.11.29

    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:鳥取大学工学部  

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  • 脳機能の無侵襲計測と医療福祉・交通安全への応用

    呉 景龍

    第48回中国四国機素潤滑設計技術研究会/第46回中国四国支部MD&T研究会  日本機械学会機素潤滑設計部門

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    Event date: 2009.11.27

    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:岡山大学創立五十周年記念館  

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  • 脳機能の無侵襲計測と医療福祉・交通安全への応用

    呉 景龍

    第48回中国四国機素潤滑設計技術研究会 第46回中国四国支部MD&T研究会  日本機械学会機素潤滑設計部門

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    Event date: 2009.11.27

    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:岡山大学創立五十周年記念館 2階 大会議室  

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  • 事象関連電位を用いた周辺視野における聴覚刺激による視覚注意への影響に関する検討

    李奇,呉景龍,峠哲男

    第39 回日本臨床神経生理学会学術大会臨床神経生理学  日本臨床神経生理学会

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    Event date: 2009.11.18 - 2009.11.20

    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:福岡県北九州市  

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  • Multimodal integration elicited by audiovisual stimuli presented centrally in a divided attention task: An event-related potential study in humans International conference

    Qi Li, Jingjing Yang, Noriyoshi Kakura and *Jinglong Wu

    The fifth International Conference on Information 

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    Event date: 2009.11.6 - 2009.11.9

    Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:京都  

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  • Multisensory Interaction of Audiovisual Stimuli on the Central and Peripheral Spatial Locations: A Behavioral Study International conference

    Qi Li, Jingjing Yang, Noriyoshi Kakura and *Jinglong Wu

    The 2009 International Conference on Active Media Technology and Brain Informatics 

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    Event date: 2009.10.22 - 2009.10.24

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:北京(中国)  

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  • Correlated Size Variations Measured in Human Visual Cortex V1/V2/V3 with functional MRI International conference

    Tianyi Yan, Fengzhe Jin and *Jinglong Wu

    The 2009 International Conference on Active Media Technology and Brain Informatics 

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    Event date: 2009.10.22 - 2009.10.24

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    Venue:北京(中国)  

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  • Neuronal substrates of nonword priming effect:an fMRI study International conference

    Chunlin Li, Xiujun Li, Hiroshi Kusahara and *Jinglong Wu

    The 2009 International Conference on Active Media Technology and Brain Informatics 

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    Event date: 2009.10.22 - 2009.10.24

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:北京(中国)  

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  • Human Characteristics on Length Perception with Three Fingers for Tactile Intelligent Interfaces International conference

    Haibo Wang, *Jinglong Wu, Satoshi Takahashi

    The 2009 International Conference on Active Media Technology and Brain Informatics 

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    Event date: 2009.10.22 - 2009.10.24

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:北京(中国)  

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  • Effect of Spatial/Temporal Cues and Different Target Size on Visual Spatial Attention International conference

    Jiajia Yang and *Jinglong Wu

    18th International Congress on Brain Electromagnetic Topography(ISBET) 

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    Event date: 2009.9.29 - 2009.10.2

    Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:京都  

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  • Processing of Chinese Characters and pure tones in literate and illiterate subjects: An auditory fMRI study International conference

    Xiujun Li, *Jinglong Wu, Hongzan Sun and Qiyong Guo

    The 2009 IEEE International Conference on Mechatronics and Automation 

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    Event date: 2009.8.9 - 2009.8.12

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    Venue:長春(中国)  

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  • Central versus peripheral retinotopic and temporal frequency sensitivities of human visual areas measured using fMRI International conference

    Tianyi Yan, Fengzhe Jin and *Jinglong Wu

    The 2009 IEEE International Conference on Mechatronics and Automation 

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    Event date: 2009.8.9 - 2009.8.12

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    Venue:長春(中国)  

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  • Investigation of Neuronal Substrates for Language Processing, Using Word Priming International conference

    Chunlin Li; Wu, *Jinglong; Hirosi Kusahara

    The 2009 IEEE International Conference on Mechatronics and Automation 

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    Event date: 2009.8.9 - 2009.8.12

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    Venue:長春(中国)  

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  • Development of a New Experimental Device and Investigate Human Characteristics on Visual Feedback Control and Pointing Movement International conference

    Jiajia Yang,*Jinglong Wu and Taichi Honda

    The 2009 IEEE International Conference on Mechatronics and Automation 

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    Event date: 2009.8.9 - 2009.8.12

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    Venue:長春(中国)  

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  • Processing of Chinese characters and figures in literate and illiterate subjects: A visual fMRI International conference

    Xiugun Li,*Jinglong Wu and Qiyong Guo

    The 2009 IEEE/CME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering 

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    Event date: 2009.4.9 - 2009.4.11

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    Venue:アリゾナ(米国)  

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  • Tactile Perception of Two Lengths by Precision Griping with Three Forefingers International conference

    Hibo Wang, *Jinglong Wu

    The 2009 IEEE/CME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering 

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    Event date: 2009.4.9 - 2009.4.11

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    Venue:アリゾナ(米国)  

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  • The Influence of Spatial Congruency on Audiovisual Interaction in a Visual-attention Task International conference

    Qi Li, *Jinglong Wu and Tetsuo Toge

    The 2009 IEEE/CME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering 

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    Event date: 2009.4.9 - 2009.4.11

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    Venue:アリゾナ(米国)  

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  • Development of a Dual Tactile Pattern Presentation Device using in MRI Environment International conference

    Jiajia Yang, *Jinglong Wu, Dehua Chui,and Hongbin Han

    The 2009 IEEE/CME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering 

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    Event date: 2009.4.9 - 2009.4.11

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    Venue:アリゾナ(米国)  

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  • Multisensory Interactions of Audiovisual Stimuli Presented at Different Locations in Auditory-Attention Tasks: A Event-related Potential (ERP) Study International conference

    Qi Li, *Jinglong Wu

    The 2009 IEEE/CME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering 

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    Event date: 2009.4.9 - 2009.4.11

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    Venue:アリゾナ(米国)  

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  • 視覚刺激提示時の文盲者と非文盲者の脳内活動差異に関するfMRI研究

    李修軍,呉景龍

    第31回日本生体医工学会中国四国支部大会  日本生体医工学会中国四国支部

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    Event date: 2008.10.18

    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:川崎医科大学  

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  • 受動的触覚による二次元角度弁別特性について

    楊家家, 呉景龍

    第31回日本生体医工学中国四国支部大会  日本生体医工学会中国四国支部

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    Event date: 2008.10.18

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    Venue:川崎医科大学  

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  • fMRIを用いた左側下前頭回(BA44)における言語処理機能の検討

    漆原健二,河内山隆紀,呉景龍

    第31回日本生体医工学中国四国支部大会  日本生体医工学会中国四国支部

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    Event date: 2008.10.18

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    Venue:川崎医科大学  

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  • 錯視効果とポインティング動作の関連性に関する実験検討

    遠茂谷誠彦,河内山隆紀,呉景龍

    第31回日本生体医工学中国四国支部大会  日本生体医工学会中国四国支部

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    Event date: 2008.10.18

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    Venue:川崎医科大学  

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  • 単純反応時間の個人差を考慮した動的視野特性の検討

    宮本脩平,呉景龍

    第31回日本生体医工学中国四国支部大会  日本生体医工学会中国四国支部

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    Event date: 2008.10.18

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    Venue:川崎医科大学  

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  • 前面からの騒音が水平面音源定位能力に与える影響の検討

    岡田裕紀,呉景龍

    第31回日本生体医工学中国四国支部大会  日本生体医工学会中国四国支部

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    Event date: 2008.10.18

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    Venue:川崎医科大学  

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  • 脳波計測による視聴覚の統合と視覚刺激の偏心角との依存性-視覚刺激の偏心角選定実験について

    鹿倉教義,呉景龍

    第31回日本生体医工学中国四国支部大会  日本生体医工学会中国四国支部

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    Event date: 2008.10.18

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    Venue:川崎医科大学  

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  • 暗算処理における難易度を比較した事象関連電位の検討 International conference

    鹿倉教義,河内山隆紀,*呉景龍

    第2回複合医工学国際シンポジウム 

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    Event date: 2008.5.30 - 2008.5.31

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    Venue:高松市  

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  • 2本と3本指の把持動作による長さ知覚の差異 International conference

    王 海波、*呉 景龍

    第2回複合医工学国際シンポジウム 

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    Event date: 2008.5.30 - 2008.5.31

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    Venue:高松市  

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  • 耳栓による高周波数遮音が音源定位能力に与える影響の検討 International conference

    岡田裕紀,河内山隆紀,*呉景龍

    第2回複合医工学国際シンポジウム 

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    Event date: 2008.5.30 - 2008.5.31

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    Venue:高松市  

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  • ゴールドマン視野計の速度制御の自動化と動的視野の定量計測 International conference

    宮本脩平,河内山隆紀,*呉景龍

    第2回複合医工学国際シンポジウム 

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    Event date: 2008.5.30 - 2008.5.31

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    Venue:高松市  

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  • 錯視効果とポインティング動作の関連性に関する検討 International conference

    遠茂谷誠彦,河内山隆紀,*呉景龍

    第2回複合医工学国際シンポジウム 

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    Event date: 2008.5.30 - 2008.5.31

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    Venue:高松市  

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  • 言語性プライミングを用いた左側下前頭回における言語処理機能の検討 International conference

    漆原健二,河内山隆紀,崔徳華,韓鴻賓,*呉景龍

    第2回複合医工学国際シンポジウム 

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    Event date: 2008.5.30 - 2008.5.31

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    Venue:高松市  

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  • The contribution of pinna to discriminate the vertical angle for virtual reality technology International conference

    Tianyi Yan, and *Jinglong Wu

    2007 International Conference on Instrumentation, Control and Information Technology 

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    Event date: 2007.9.17 - 2007.9.20

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    Venue:高松市  

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  • Luminance Effects on Visual Perception of Self-rotation for Development of Driving Simulator International conference

    Yinghua Yu, and *Jinglong Wu

    2007 International Conference on Instrumentation, Control and Information Technology 

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    Event date: 2007.9.17 - 2007.9.20

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    Venue:高松市  

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  • Time Dissociative Characteristics of Numerical Inductive Reasoning:Behavioral and ERP Evidence, Proc. International conference

    P.Liang, N.Zhong, *Jinglong Wu, S.Lu, J.Liu, Y.Y Yao

    2007 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks(IJCNN'07) 

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    Event date: 2007.8.12 - 2007.8.17

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    Venue:Orland, Florida(US)  

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  • Effects of Modality-specific Attention on Audiovisual Early Integration International conference

    Qi Li, Takanori Kochiyama, and *Jinglong Wu

    2007 IEEE/CME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering (CME2007) 

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    Event date: 2007.5.23 - 2007.5.27

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    Venue:北京(中国)  

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  • Development and Evaluation of a Device for Presenting Tactile Stimuli International conference

    Jiajia Yang, Takanori Kochiyama, and *Jinglong Wu

    2007 IEEE/CME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering (CME2007) 

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    Event date: 2007.5.23 - 2007.5.27

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    Venue:北京(中国)  

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  • Ability to discriminate an elevation in sound: The effects of an altered pinna in subjects with monaural hearing International conference

    Tianyi Yan, Takanori Kochiyama, and *Jinglong Wu

    2007 IEEE/CME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering (CME2007) 

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    Event date: 2007.5.23 - 2007.5.27

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    Venue:北京(中国)  

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  • Attention systems and neural responses to visual and auditory stimuli: an fMRI study International conference

    Chunlin Li, Takanori Kochiyama, *Jinglong Wu, Dehua Chui, Takaaki Tsuge, and Kunihiko Osaka

    2007 IEEE/CME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering (CME2007) 

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    Event date: 2007.5.23 - 2007.5.27

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  • Investigating Human Computation Centric Information Processing Mechanism: An ERP Data Analysis Study International conference

    Shinichi Motomura, Akinori Hara, Ning Zhong, Shengfu Lu, and *Jinglong Wu

    2007 IEEE/CME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering (CME2007) 

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    Event date: 2007.5.23 - 2007.5.27

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    Venue:北京(中国)  

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  • Development of a wide-view visual presentation system in the fMRI environment International conference

    Feng-zhe Jin, Takanori Kochiyama, *Jinglong Wu, Yuuko Takahashi, and Kunihiko Osaka

    2007 IEEE/CME International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering (CME2007) 

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    Event date: 2007.5.23 - 2007.5.27

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    Venue:北京(中国)  

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  • Neural Substrates of Passively Listening to Japanese and English Words, Nonsense Words by Japanese Subjects: an fMRI Study

    Chang Cai,Takanori Kochiyama, *Jinglong Wu, Hukuhiro Kagawa, Risa Michihara, Kunihiko Osaka

    SICE-ICASE International Joint Conference 2006 

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    Event date: 2006.10.19

    Venue:釜山(韓国)  

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  • Brain Activation during Japanese Words and nonsense words Listening: An Event-related fMRI Study

    *Jinglong Wu, Chang Cai, Takanori Kochiyama and Kunihiico Osaka

    36th annual meeting of Society for Neuroscience 

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    Event date: 2006.10.18

    Venue:アトランタ(US)  

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  • 視覚誘導自己回転運動感覚の刺激コントラスト依存症

    金鳳哲、薫燦彬、河内山隆紀、*呉景龍

    第1回複合医工学国際シンポジウム 

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    Event date: 2006.5.20

    Venue:京都市  

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  • 指先の能動と受動のマッチング動作による無意味図形の触覚形状認知

    楊家家、河内山隆紀、*呉景龍

    第1回複合医工学シンポジウム 

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    Event date: 2006.5.19

    Venue:京都  

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  • 自動車運転時における緊急時反応時間特性

    綾元宏、大武歩、河内山隆紀、*呉景龍、松岡悟、山本康典

    第1回複合医工学シンポジウム 

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    Venue:京都  

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  • 注意と状況認識の脳機能の解明及び高齢運転者支援システムへの適用

    Grant number:20K04381  2020.04 - 2024.03

    日本学術振興会  科学研究費助成事業 基盤研究(C)  基盤研究(C)

    張 明, 呉 景龍, 江島 義道, 高橋 智

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  • 一次感覚皮質と後頭頂皮質の各層における視触覚クロスモーダルな情報処理機構の解明

    Grant number:20K07722  2020.04 - 2023.03

    日本学術振興会  科学研究費助成事業 基盤研究(C)  基盤研究(C)

    楊 家家, 福永 雅喜, 山本 洋紀, 呉 景龍

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    Grant amount:\4290000 ( Direct expense: \3300000 、 Indirect expense:\990000 )

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  • International joint study on human brain model of tactile sensing and application to intelligent robot hand

    Grant number:19KK0099  2019.10 - 2025.03

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Fund for the Promotion of Joint International Research (Fostering Joint International Research (B))  Fund for the Promotion of Joint International Research (Fostering Joint International Research (B))

    呉 景龍, 田中 高志, 高橋 智, 金澤 右, 呉 瓊

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    Grant amount:\18460000 ( Direct expense: \14200000 、 Indirect expense:\4260000 )

    医療福祉機器の製作や高質感製品の創出では、手触りだけで形状・質感を知覚できるロボットハンド技術が21世紀の高齢化社会と製品の高品質化に強く求められている。しかし、手による医療福祉行為や触覚品質の評価は医者・職人の経験や主観的手触り感覚の判断に頼っているのが現状で、形状・質感を知覚できるロボットハンド技術はまだ確立されていない。 本国際共同研究では,分担者らが従来までに米国衛生研究所(NIH)と中国北京理工大学(BIT)との共同研究で得た触覚脳機能と知能ロボットの成果を発展させて、触覚感知脳内モデルを構築して形状・質感を知覚できる知能ロボットハンドに適用展開する。
    本研究では,分担者らがこれまでに得た触覚認知脳機能に関する知見と応用成果を発展させて、手触り感覚脳内モデルを同定して形状・質感を知覚できるロボットハンドに適用する。さらに、本国際共同研究は基礎的かつ総合的研究であり、若手研究者も参画して触覚感知脳内モデルの構築と知能ロボットハンドへの適用を対象とするため、国際的な研究ネットワークと新学際領域の形成に貢献できる。
    実施状況については、まず、人間の手触り感覚の脳内モデルを同定するため、高空間分解能と高精度の触覚実験装置を製作した。また、独自に製作した触覚実験装置を用いて、認知心理学、EEG実験およびfMRI実験を行い、形状・質感を知覚できるモデルを研究している。
    これらの成果は雑誌論文5件(Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience 1件, Experimental Brain Research 1件, Perception 1件, Heliyon 1件, Journal of Neurophysiology 1件)に掲載され、学会発表9件で発表された。

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  • 手触り感覚脳内モデルの同定と形状・質感を知覚できるロボットハンドへの適用

    Grant number:18K18835  2018.06 - 2021.03

    日本学術振興会  科学研究費助成事業 挑戦的研究(萌芽)  挑戦的研究(萌芽)

    呉 景龍, 高橋 智, 金澤 右, 楊 家家, 呉 瓊, 江島 義道, 于 英花

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    Grant amount:\6240000 ( Direct expense: \4800000 、 Indirect expense:\1440000 )

    医療福祉機器の製作や高質感製品の創出では、手触りだけで形状・質感を知覚できるロボットハンド技術が21世紀の高齢化社会と製品の高品質化に強く求められている。しかし、手による医療福祉行為や触覚品質の評価は医者・職人の経験や主観的手触り感覚の判断に頼っているのが現状で、形状・質感を知覚できるロボットハンド技術はまだ確立されていない。本研究では,申請者らがこれまでに得た触覚認知脳機能に関する知見と応用成果を発展させて、手触り感覚脳内モデルを同定して形状・質感を知覚できるロボットハンドに適用する。
    実施状況については、まず、空気圧駆動、fMRI高磁場環境で使用できる材料の厳選などの技術を用いて高精度触覚刺激装置と高解像度脳画像取得デバイスを研究開発した。それから、独自製作の高空間分解能と高精度の触覚実験装置を用いて認知心理学実験、EEG実験とfMRI実験による手触り感覚の脳機能マッピング実験を実施した。さらに、ダブル循環式測定法によるfMRI機能脳画像と脳解剖学の知見を統合としたアプローチを用いて、人間の手触り感覚の脳内モデルの同定を推進している。最終年度の形状・質感認知できるロボットハンドへの適用に向けて、諸準備を進行している。
    これらの研究成果は雑誌論文5件をそれぞれFrontiers in Integrative Neuroscience, Experimental Brain Research, Perception, Heliyon, Journal of Neurophysiology国際誌に掲載され、学術会議では9件を発表した。

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  • 近見に起因する立体視不全・心身疲労の発生機構の解明と回復法の研究開発

    Grant number:18K12149  2018.04 - 2022.03

    日本学術振興会  科学研究費助成事業 基盤研究(C)  基盤研究(C)

    高橋 智, 金澤 右, 呉 景龍, 楊 家家, 呉 瓊, 濱崎 一郎, 江島 義道

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    IT化が急速に進展し,VDT( Visual Display Terminals) が広く職場や学校に導入されて使用者が急速に増大する状況の中,VDT作業の継続による眼精疲労,視力低下,肉体的・精神的疲労が大きな社会問題になっている.対策として,厚生労働省によりVDT作業ガイドラインが定められているが,VDT作業が与える視機能等への悪影響の様態と理由の詳細については未解明で,機能回復のための有効な方法は未だ確立されていない.
    本研究は,眼科疾患のないVDT作業者と若年者に両眼立体視不全が起きやすい事実を,視覚機能に異変が生じるためと捉え,これまで見落とされてきた視覚の根本的機能である「両眼立体視」・「視覚―運動協応」に焦点を当てて,VDT作業が与える負の影響の様態と発生メカニズムを行動学的,認知科学的手法を用いて究明し,機能回復方法を見いだすことを目的に行うものである.
    これまで10代,20代,および40代以上の各年代の合計677名の被験者についてOPUS-IIを用いた両眼立体視能力の測定を行った結果,両眼立体視不全者の割合は,40代以上では25%程度だったのに対し,10代,20代についてはいずれも6割近い被験者が不正解となり,10代,20代の若年者に両眼立体視不全の可能性があることが明らかとなった.
    次に両眼立体視に影響を及ぼす単眼奥行き手がかりと奥行き認識能力,および奥行き弁別能力について調べた.奥行き弁別能力はOPUS-IIの正解者,不正解者の間に有意な差は見られなかった.単眼奥行き手がかりが異なる画像に対する奥行きの認識能力に差が見られたため,さらに詳細な解析を行っている.両眼立体画像視聴時の眼球運動についても測定を行っている.
    さらに20名あまりの被験者について斜位や視能力について詳細に検査を行い,奥行き立体視能力との関係を調べている.

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  • 記憶・想起の脳機能ネットワークの解明と認知症早期治療システムの構築

    Grant number:18H01411  2018.04 - 2022.03

    日本学術振興会  科学研究費助成事業 基盤研究(B)  基盤研究(B)

    呉 景龍, 大谷 芳夫, 阿部 康二, 高橋 智, 美馬 達哉, 楊 家家, 呉 瓊, 于 英花, 江島 義道

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    認知症は記憶障害を主な症状とする高次脳機能の疾患であるが、現時点では認知症を完全に 治す薬がなく、症状の進行を食い止めるための非薬物的な早期治療が極めて重要である。しか し、認知症早期治療技術がまだ確立されていないのが現状である。本研究では、申請者らの脳 機能ネットワークの解明とニューロフィードバックと経頭蓋直流電気刺激による早期 治療に関する最新成果を活かして、高磁場環境で使用できる実験装置を独自に研究開発し、認 知実験、脳波とfMRIを併用する手法によって、記憶・想起の脳機能ネットワークを解明し、認 知症の早期治療モデルを提案する。さらに、早期治療の臨床実験によって認知症の早期治療モ デルの有効性を検証し、記憶・想起の脳機能ネットワークに基づく視覚・聴覚・触覚の多感覚 ニューロフィードバックを用いた認知症早期治療システムを構築する
    実施状況については、まず、記憶・想起の脳機能ネットワークの解明と認知症早期治療システムを研究するため、視覚、聴覚及び触覚の認知記憶脳機能解明の実験タスクを考案した。得られた認知心理学の離散データ、脳波の波形データとfMRI画像データについて多変量・独立成分分析などの手法を用いて実験結果を解析して認知記憶の脳機能ネットワークを解明した。さらに、認知症患者の臨床実験の実施とデータ解析を行って、記憶・想起の脳機能ネットワークに基づく視覚・聴覚・触覚の多感覚ニューロフィードバックを用いた認知症早期治療システムを構築している。
    これらの成果は雑誌論文5件(Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience 1件, Experimental Brain Research 1件, Perception1件, Heliyon 1件, Journal of Neurophysiology 1件)に掲載され、学会発表9件で発表された。

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  • Integrative study on neural mechanisms of the haptic fine surface texture perception

    Grant number:17K18855  2017.06 - 2020.03

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Challenging Research (Exploratory)  Grant-in-Aid for Challenging Research (Exploratory)

    Yang Jiajia

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    One of the major unresolved questions in human haptic fine surface texture perception is how the human detect the micro surface changes using their fingertip. During the current research project, we addressed this question by developing a new device to observe the real-time fingerprint vibration when one touches the micro surface. We further investigated the relationship between the fingerprint vibration pattern and surface perception. Finally, for the first time, we investigated the columnar organization in the human primary somatosensory cortex (SI) by using advanced high-resolution (0.7mm) fMRI at 7T. We find that human SI is columnar organized with alternating SA and RA columnar preferences. We regard these observations as an essential step towards the understanding of the human haptic micro surface perception.

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  • Research about sensory fusion of floating images and mid-air touch stimulation

    Grant number:17K00288  2017.04 - 2020.03

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)

    Markon Sandor

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    Floating images created by DCRA devices are suitable for combining with haptic stimulation, since the floating image is stationary in the air and can be examined by fingers. In our research we have developed a haptic stimulation method, using a rapidly moving transparent panel that can be moved into the floating image or removed. This "floating touch" method allows haptic stimulation of the user's finger at any position in the image plane.
    We have examined the human perception to various combinations of floating images with floating touch stimulus. We have found that recognition of position, shape, and texture is possible with some limitations. This result indicates that "floating touch" can be an effective method of adding one more information channel to enhance the user experience in many fields, including evaluating complex medical information. We also see the possibility of commercial use in entertainment and games.

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  • Creation of an evolutionary advanced intelligent robot

    Grant number:15H01712  2015.04 - 2019.03

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A)  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A)

    REN Fuji

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    There has been very few researches of developing the parts of brain and mind for a robot to behave like a human being. In this research, we extend the "Advanced Intelligence" and the development of "Mental State Transition Network" so far, in order to create a robot with an evolutionary brain and mind through deep learning.
    To construct an evolutionary robot, the robot itself must have a learning function. In this study, we first create the mind of robot based on Mental State Transition Network. Next, based on the developed big data, we create the brain of robot through advanced intelligence. Advanced intelligence is a new concept proposed by the research leader, to put it simply, a new paradigm that considers artificial intelligence, natural intelligence, as well as emotions.

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  • Investigation of the brain function network of the cognitive memory and development of an early detection system for dementia

    Grant number:25249026  2013.05 - 2017.03

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A)  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A)

    WU Jinglong

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    Grant amount:\44590000 ( Direct expense: \34300000 、 Indirect expense:\10290000 )

    It is the present conditions that the early detection of dementia is very difficult, and the early clinical diagnosis technique has not been yet established.
    In this study, we paid attention to a brain function of the cognitive memory and researched and developed a useful experimental device originally in the environment of high magnetic field, and using the integrated technique of a recognition experiment, electroencephalographic (EEG) and the functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), investigated a brain function network of the recognition memory and a recognition model of dementia. Furthermore, based on the results of these research and development, we carried out the clinical experiment for a healthy elderly person, a person with mild cognitive impairment and dementia patients and developed an early detection system for dementia.

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  • Overseas survey of early diagnosis of dementia and proposal of international standards by research and development of standardized technology and clinical experiments

    Grant number:25303013  2013.04 - 2017.03

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)

    WU Jinglong

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    Grant amount:\16640000 ( Direct expense: \12800000 、 Indirect expense:\3840000 )

    Dementia is a higher brain dysfunction, and its early diagnosis is limited to questionnaire inquiries, and technology for early diagnosis and its international standards have not been established yet.
    In this project, we will utilize our research results on the early diagnosis of dementia, and search the development of experimental equipment and objective inspection methods. Then, we will conduct international clinical trials using cognitive methods. The combining of ERP and fMRI method was used to measuring early diagnosis of dementia. Finally, according to the results of overseas search on international situation of early diagnosis of dementia, the results of clinical experiments, we will propose the international standards for early diagnosis of dementia.

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  • Development of effective rehabilitation techniques for motor and cognitive function in the elderly

    Grant number:25350601  2013.04 - 2016.03

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)

    TOUGE TETSUO, GO KEIRYU, IKEDA KAZUYO, KUME KODAI, RI KI

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    Grant amount:\4810000 ( Direct expense: \3700000 、 Indirect expense:\1110000 )

    In eight healthy adult subjects, transcranial magnetic stimulation with the maximum voluntary muscle contraction (TMS with MVC) was performed intermittently for 40 minutes. Digit span and digit-symbol coding of Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale-Third Edition, motor evoked potentials, pinching muscle force and multimodality event related potentials (ERP) were measured before and after TMS with MVC. As a result, in comparison with the placebo group using false magnetic stimulation, the test group employing real magnetic stimulation was improved recalling a series of numbers in inverse order (P<0.05), and tended to be increased pinching muscle force. Although the potential related to multimodality cognition of ERP did not differ between the groups, we need further analysis for each ERP component. As a conclusion, the present result suggests that TMS with MVC can improve muscle force and verbal memory function.

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  • International Investigation on the Frontier of Early Detection and Social Treatment for Dementia Patients

    Grant number:21404002  2009 - 2012

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)

    WU Jinglong, TOUGE Tetsuo, FUKUYAMA Hidenao, TAKAHASHI Satoshi, YANG Jiajia

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    Grant amount:\17290000 ( Direct expense: \13300000 、 Indirect expense:\3990000 )

    In order to achieve the early diagnosis of dementia, the following researches were implemented:
    (1) investigation and research of dementia abroad
    (2) proposal of dementia diagnostic technology of international standards,and
    (3) recommendations of dementia social measures
    Through cooperation with co-worker and dementia-related foreign researchers, the cognitive experiments on dementia have been carried out and the results have also been discussed. Particularly, significant differences were found about tactile cognitive function between dementia patients and healthy elderly individuals. These results could be valid in the early diagnosis of dementia. Based on the network that was constructed according to our studies and results, the preparation for international large-scale experiments could continue to advance.

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  • Research on Construction of an Intelligent Portal for Studying Brain Informatics

    Grant number:18300053  2005 - 2008

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)

    ZHONG Ning, WU Jinglong, TOUGE Tetsuo

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    Grant amount:\16800000 ( Direct expense: \13800000 、 Indirect expense:\3000000 )

    本研究では、人間の情報処理メカニズムを研究するための新しい学術分野である脳情報学の方法論に基づき、人間の計算活動に関する実験を実施し、採取された脳波とfMRIデータについて時空間の変化に着目した分析や脳機能間の関連性について分析を行い、人間の計算活動の特徴を理解した。また、知的ポータル実装の一例として概念的な脳のデータモデルであるデータブレインの研究と開発を進め、脳機能やデータのモデル化を図った

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  • Investigation of Human Mechanism on Multimodal Perception/Memory andApplication to Early Diagnosis System for Dementia Disease

    Grant number:17360117  2005 - 2007

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)

    TOUGE Tetsuo, WU Jinglong, KOCHIYAMA Takanori

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    Grant amount:\15820000 ( Direct expense: \15100000 、 Indirect expense:\720000 )

    In order to investigate human mechanism on multimodal perception/memory and application to early diagnosis system for dementia disease, we have measured human characteristics on visual, auditory and tactile perception and attention, memory and language higher functions by behavior, EEG and fMRI experiments. The important results can summary as follows.
    The visual behavior experimental results may suggested that the visual circular vection (CV) to be more compelling when the spatial frequency from 0.053cycle/deg to 0.084 cycle/deg and high luminance of visual stimuli in central vision field. We developed the wide-view visual presentation system with a horizontal visual angle of 120 deg and a vertical angle of 120 deg using nonmagnetic optical fibers and contact lens for fMRI. In this paper, we introduce the functions and performance of this system and report the results of our evaluative experiment.
    Auditory experimental results suggested that the effect of the earplug on sound localization ability had two causes, sound insulation and spectral change.
    We developed a novel automatic tactile pattern delivery system that is capable of perform the tactile cognitive and neuroimaging procedures. The results indicated that the performance of active and passive touch depend on the similar rate of the tactile patterns. Human raised angle discrimination was increased as the standard angular was increased when the standard angular was smaller than 90°. The raised angle discrimination ability was at a same level, when the standard angular was larger than 90°.
    The brain-imaging data showed a partial overlap between visual spatial attention and auditory spatial attention. In addition, it revealed a partial overlap between the neural systems involved in the performance of visual spatial attention versus visual temporal attention. Function segregation in the left inferior frontal gyrus was investigated in an fMRI experiment using a passive listening task, in which Japanese subjects were required to passively listen to words and nonsense words in Japanese and English.
    The above basic research results providing basic dada to develop the early diagnosis system for dementia disease.

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  • Investigation of People Identification Mechanism by Face-Auditory and Posture-Gesture and It's Application for Security Equipment

    Grant number:14550239  2002 - 2004

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)

    WU Jng-long

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    Grant amount:\3600000 ( Direct expense: \3600000 )

    In this study, a fMRI study was performed in order to reveal the neural system involved in the identification of familiar voices. Compared to the novel voices, the familiar voices identification was associated with activations in the temporal poles (BA38), the left superior temporal sulcus (BA22/39) and the middle temporal gyrus (BA21) junction. These results were consistent with the conclusions of the past researches about faces identification. We also found that the area of middle frontal gyrus (BA6), which function in mental imagery, showed increased activation for the familiar voices relative to the novel ones. We considered that, during the processing of people identification, if only the auditory information was provided, the visual information would be derived from the auditory information and played an important role in the identification.
    In this study, we used functional MRI(fMRI) through 12 normal volunteers identified human brain activation about recognition of the length by the tactile sense without visual guidance, and clarified the advanced brain information-processing mechanism of tactile cognition, (1) Intra-parietal sulcus (IPS) is related to generation and memory of tactile mental representation, and lateral occipital cortex (LOC) is related to form analysis and memory of tactile sense, and in dorsal occipital cortex (DOC) attention is further paid to the distance of the fingertips and analysis is performed, and MT/V5 is related to the variance analysis of length to which last time was presented. (2) Right prefrontal area carries out cooperation control of paying attention further and judging repeatedly. (3) When length is judged only by the tactile sense, that Werincke and a high order auditory area in connection with logical judgment activated weakly is the cause by which a cognitive error becomes large. (4) As a cognitive result, the consciousness of tactile mental representation comes out in the Broca domain of right (non-dominant hemisphere) and the consciousness of a reply of length comes out in Broca domain of left (dominant hemisphere). This result suggested that high order tactile cognition was closely related to a high order vision and a high order language information-processing system.

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  • THE SOLUTION FOR THE CAUSE OF TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS BASED ON THE RELATION BETWEEN COMPLEX SENSATION AND EXERCISE, AND ITS APPLICATIONS

    Grant number:12450104  2000 - 2002

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)

    TSUKAMOTO kazuyoshi, TOUGE tetsuo, YAMAMOTO shin, WU jing-long, NEGORO kiyoshi, MATSUNAGA naofumi

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    Grant amount:\14600000 ( Direct expense: \14600000 )

    (1) The basic characteristics of driver's cognition, judgment and exercise, and the driver's evasive actions for the emergency. We developed the relation between above characteristics and actions. The basic characteristics were examined by the physiological measurements and the actions were examined by the driving simulator. The situations of emergency are shown on the screen of the driving simulator with the virtual reality technology.
    (2) We developed the influenced degree of the auditory information as the mental workload to the driving operation based on the visual information. For the example of the auditory information, we used daily conversation and fixed quantity of its content. The quantitative analysis was examined by the physiological measurements.
    (3) When the driver's consciousness was stupefied with a doze, it needs to detect such a state and have to give him a warning. We developed the method of detection for the decline of driver's consciousness. It is possible to guess it with the gap change of ups and downs eyelids with the image processing technology.
    (4) When the audio-visual signals about calculation were input to its sensational organs simultaneously, the difficulty of the visual stimulus has weak influence to the visual response time. On the other hand, the auditory information has strong influence to the visual response time. The calculation process in the brain has similar mechanism for the audio-visual signals, the fact was found by the detection of functional magnetic resonance imaging.

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  • Wheelchair system aiming at labor saving of home-care and safety and rider's peace of mind

    Grant number:11558005  1999 - 2001

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)

    SAKAI Yoshiro, WU Jing-long, YAMAMOTO Masayuki

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    Grant amount:\2200000 ( Direct expense: \2200000 )

    Japan is an aged society now, and the age when it should think about welfare as a society as a whole, typically expressed by words such as barrier-free and the universal design. However, the current welfare equipment assumes it is used in a closed environment such as own house or public utilities, consequently it loses continuity of serviceability by just stepping out to outside. Since the life style of senior citizen and disabled is getting manifold, it is preferable for us to be able to naturally introduce the welfare system into even an existing house.
    Under above mentioned background, we studied about the ideal way of the welfare system which includes from the analysis of the characteristic of the person's feeling of safety and peace of mind to the equipments such as movement support equipment and the care support equipment, through the development of the wheelchair automatic running system.
    The analysis of person's characteristic is indispensable to develop the wheelchair automatic running system which is able to provide more safety and peace of mind. Then we studied on the following items : (1)relativity between the view-line movement and the feeling of peace of mind when the person operated the wheelchair, (2)the analysis of the characteristic concerning the visual search, (3)characteristic of the correlation aural and the sensation of motion, (4)activated area of the human brain when both audio and visual information are presented simultaneously, and (5)human characteristics on distance perception in the tele-operation.
    Considering about the proposed system from the operation side as the welfare system, we need to design the use not only in an individual building but also in the whole society, that is, to deal with it from the viewpoint of "Urban planning". We therefore examine the application of the wheelchair in an existing house, and we discussed the welfare system of the society as a whole by employing the town watching technique in order to know the town more.
    In addition, we considered about the cooperation between the wheelchair automatic running system as the movement support equipment and autonomous movement robots as the care support equipment, and discussed the general welfare system that is able to provide the more labor saving, safety, and peace of mind.
    Finally, we proposed the wheelchair automatic running system which provided rider's safety and peace of mind, and also proposed its operation method as the integrated welfare system which connects the society (including the relation between the family and helpers who nurse and others) with the senior citizen and the disables.

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