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HCS, HIP, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2022-05-16
13:55
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Memory of objects in the image viewed by scrolling
Hayato Sho, Hiromi Morita (Tsukuba Univ.) HCS2022-28 HIP2022-28
Every day we perceive and memorize images by scrolling through small display screen. Therefore, it is important to inves... [more] HCS2022-28 HIP2022-28
pp.136-139
HCS, HIP, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2021-05-25
14:55
Online Online Attention distribution in peripheral visual field during reading of scrolling texts
Ryuya Mizuno, Hiromi Morita (Tsukuba Univ.) HCS2021-14 HIP2021-14
Concentrating on operating and looking at a smartphone distracts one from attending to their surroundings. In order to e... [more] HCS2021-14 HIP2021-14
pp.70-74
WIT 2019-06-16
15:15
Tokyo Waseda University, Waseda Campus Investigating the Relationship between Numbers of Characters per Line and Readability of Projected Summary Transcriptions for Persons with Hearing Impairment -- The Effect of the Size of Characters --
Hiromi Morita (Univ. Tsukuba), Tadashi Sato (Kibi Intl. Univ.), Chieko Yamaoka, Hatsuho Miyake (Zenyouken) WIT2019-7
The projection of summary transcriptions to an audience is an important means of information support for persons with he... [more] WIT2019-7
pp.31-36
HIP 2018-10-22
13:40
Kyoto Kyoto Terrsa Comparison of the efficiency of two methods of sequential procedural learning -- Focusing on the grouping of buttons in sequential button-press tasks --
Mizuki Hoshina, Hiromi Morita (Univ. of Tsukuba) HIP2018-56
We compared two methods of learning sequential button-press tasks—All-back and Zero-back methods—to explore the mechanis... [more] HIP2018-56
pp.1-4
HCS 2018-03-14
09:45
Miyagi Research Institute of Electrical Communication, Tohoku University Readability of Total Projection of Summary Transcriptions for Hearing Impaired People -- The Number of Characters per Line and the Number of Lines --
Hiromi Morita (Univ. Tsukuba), Tadashi Sato (KIBI), Chieko Yamaoka, Hatsuho Miyake (Zenyouken) HCS2017-107
In order to investigate readable display conditions of total projection of summary transcriptions, we projected a lectur... [more] HCS2017-107
pp.83-88
HCS, HIP, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2017-05-16
10:25
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center Comparison among Methods in Learning Sequential Procedure
Mizuki Hoshina, Hiromi Morita (Univ. of Tsukuba) HCS2017-2 HIP2017-2
This study investigated whether the point from which we restart when we have made an error affects the learning of a seq... [more] HCS2017-2 HIP2017-2
pp.5-8
HCS, HIP, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2016-05-18
15:00
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center Pattern of Errors in Recalling Sequential Procedure
Yotaro Muramatsu., Hiromi Morita (Univ. of Tsukuba) HCS2016-12 HIP2016-12
In order to know what kind of factors cause the errors in executing memorized sequential proceedings, we analyzed the pa... [more] HCS2016-12 HIP2016-12
pp.83-88
HIP, HCS 2011-05-23
15:40
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center Direction-dependent learning effects of mental rotation
Haruna Terada, Hiromi Morita (Tsukuba Univ.) HCS2011-9 HIP2011-9
We can rotate an image of an object continuously in mind. The process is named mental rotation. It has been shown that r... [more] HCS2011-9 HIP2011-9
pp.73-78
HIP, HCS 2011-05-24
13:00
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center Analysis of eye movement on reading vertically scrolling text
Ryoto Ishii, Hiromi Morita (Univ. of Tsukuba) HCS2011-20 HIP2011-20
In order to know the relation between eye movements and cognitive process in reading text that is written horizontally a... [more] HCS2011-20 HIP2011-20
pp.159-164
HIP, HCS 2011-05-24
13:30
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center How is the conjunction of visual features represented and stored in memory
Takuya Ishizaki, Hiromi Morita (Univ. of Tsukuba) HCS2011-21 HIP2011-21
It has been known that visual features of an object is processed separately in the early level of visual information pro... [more] HCS2011-21 HIP2011-21
pp.165-170
HIP, HCS 2010-05-14
13:30
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center Estimation of the chunk structure in visuomotor procedural memory based on finger velocity
Masanobu Sakata, Hiromi Morita, Masahiko Morita (Univ. of Tsukuba) HCS2010-18 HIP2010-18
Although the existence of "chunks" in procedural memory is suggested by the analysis of button-press intervals in a sequ... [more] HCS2010-18 HIP2010-18
pp.97-102
HIP, HCS 2010-05-14
13:55
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center Effects of window size and smoothness of scrolling on reading rate of vertically scrolling text
Ryoto Ishii, Masanobu Sakata, Hiromi Morita (Univ. of Tsukuba) HCS2010-19 HIP2010-19
In order to know the effects of window size and smoothness of scrolling on reading text that is written horizontally and... [more] HCS2010-19 HIP2010-19
pp.103-108
HCS, HIP 2008-05-12
- 2008-05-13
Okinawa Okinawa Industory Support Center The Effects of Fixation Point on Reading Scrolling Text
Yuusuke Gunji, Hiromi Morita (Univ. of Tsukuba) HCS2008-18 HIP2008-18
We examined the effects of fixation point on reading scrolling text. Participants adjusted the scrolling rate so that th... [more] HCS2008-18 HIP2008-18
pp.97-102
HCS, HIP 2008-05-12
- 2008-05-13
Okinawa Okinawa Industory Support Center The Effect of Visual Cue in Visuomotor Procedural Memory
Masanobu Sakata, Hiromi Morita (Univ. of Tsukuba) HCS2008-19 HIP2008-19
We examined the role of the visual information in executing well-learned sequential procedures. Participants were requir... [more] HCS2008-19 HIP2008-19
pp.103-108
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