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Okinawa Okinawaken Seinenkaikan (Naha-shi)
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
[Short Paper] Imagining body movements promote convergent thinking
Kairi Sugimoto, Katsumi Watanabe (Waseda Univ.) IMQ2022-42 IE2022-119 MVE2022-72
Creativity is known to be influenced by body movement. In this study, we examined the effects of observing and imagining... [more] IMQ2022-42 IE2022-119 MVE2022-72
HCS 2023-01-21
Kyoto Kyoto Institute of Technology
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
The effects of imagining and observing body movements on creative thinking
Kairi Sugimoto, Katsumi Watanabe (Waseda Univ.) HCS2022-56
Divergent and convergent thinking in creativity are known to be influenced by body movement. In this study, we examined ... [more] HCS2022-56
Online Online [Invited Lecture] Individual representation of creativity using large-scale brain dataset
Takeshi Ogawa (ATR)
Thanks to development of machine learning methods based on large-scale data, it has made huge impacts on not only image ... [more]
AI 2020-02-14
Shimane Izumo Campus, Shimane University Creative Data Value Chain Description Model
Teruaki Hayashi, Gensei Ishimura (UT), Tokuhisa Shiromizu (DJWG), Yukio Ohsawa (UT) AI2019-49
Action Planning is a scenario creation method for promoting interdisciplinary data collaborations by describing the rela... [more] AI2019-49
HCS, HIP, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2019-05-17
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center Comparison between musical ensemble performance by human and one by agents -- Toward multi-agent orchestra --
Satoshi Kawase, Takafumi Kanazawa (Osaka Univ.) HCS2019-21 HIP2019-21
This study investigated the group creativity of musical ensemble performance comparing performances by human and agents,... [more] HCS2019-21 HIP2019-21
Tokyo University of Electro Communications Analysis of EEG for healthy elderly people with IQ and creativity scores
Teruya Yamanishi (Fukui Univ. of Tech.), Kanji Ueno (Univ. of Fukui), Sou Nobukawa (Chiba Inst. of Tech.), Kouhei Yamamoto (JAIST), Haruhiko Nishimura (Univ. of Hyogo), Tetsuya Takahashi (Univ. of Fukui) MBE2018-112
Today, Japan became the most aging societies in the world.
Lowering of brain functions of the elderly people is feared ... [more]

Mie Sinfonia Technology Hibiki Hall Ise Individual Differences in Effect of Mood on Creativity Task Performance
Anna Terazawa, Kentaro Inomata, Noriko Nagata (Kwansei Gakuin Univ.), Ayumi Ohkushi, Toshitaka Koyama (NPHD)
It has been suggested that a positive mood enhances creative performance. However, there is insufficient research consid... [more]
TL 2018-03-19
Tokyo Waseda University A Study on Development of Creativity Based on Mathematics
Akio Shimogoori (NIT,Hakodate College), Tsubota Yasushi (KIT) TL2017-76
Recently, creativity has been paying attention due to the drastic change in labor market and rapid progress of IT societ... [more] TL2017-76
Tokyo NII Individual representation of large-scale network associated with creative insight
Takeshi Ogawa, Takatsugu Aihara, Takeaki Shimokawa, Okito Yamashita (ATR)
Creative insight occurs with “Aha!” experience in solving a difficult problem. Here, we focused on a large-scale network... [more]
- 2017-12-15
Ishikawa THE KANAZAWA THEATRE Relationships between the cognitive processing of creativity, problem solving, and learning
Yoshiyuki Sato, Haruaki Fukuda, Arata Nonami (U-Tokyo), Kazuyuki Samejima (Tamagawa), Kazuhiro Ueda (U-Tokyo)
In this study, we try to elucidate the cognitive mechanism of creativity by analyzing the relationship between the perfo... [more]
TL 2017-03-21
Aichi Nagoya International Centter Can randomization task be the measurement of mental age in adolescent?
Fumihiko Itagaki (Asia Univ.), Kenji Itoh (Tokyo Med. C) TL2016-69
Random number generation (RNG) task is one of the atypical task of Complex, Unfamiliar, and Non-routine (CUN), which ref... [more] TL2016-69
TL 2016-01-30
Tokyo Meiji University (Academy Common) [Panel Discussion] Organized Session: Art Thinking and Design Thinking
Minatsu Ariga (Tohoku Univ. of Art & Design), Mari Murayama (Tokyo Univ. of Agri. & Tech.), Yukari Akiyama (Leonessa), Hiroto Toda (Kumamoto Univ.), Akinori Abe (Chiba Univ.), Yasunari Harada (Waseda Univ.), Kazuo Sakai (Meiji Univ.) TL2015-64
In recent years, design-oriented thinking is attracting attention among researchers as an effective means of bringing ab... [more] TL2015-64
CNR 2015-06-29
Tokyo   Toward automatic composition of short-short stories by computers
Hitoshi Matsubara (FUN), Satoshi Sato (Nagoya Univ.), Hideyuki Nakashima (FUN), Mina Akaishi (Hosei Univ.), Kaoru Sumi, Hiroko Otsuka (FUN), Hajime Murai (TIT), Keiji Hirata, Kazushi Mukaiyama (FUN), Koichi Hori (Tokyo univ.), Hiroki Arimura (Hokkaido Univ.) CNR2015-1
This paper describes our project on automatic composition of Shin’ichi Hoshi-like short short stories. The project is ... [more] CNR2015-1
LOIS 2015-03-05
Okinawa   Metacognitive Method for Supporting Creative Thinking by Analyzing Information Gathering in Office
Koichi Nogami, Yukio Ohsawa (Univ Tokyo) LOIS2014-72
We suggested metacognitive method for supporting creative thinking by analyzing information gathering in office, represe... [more] LOIS2014-72
MVE, ITE-HI, HI-SIG-VR 2013-06-25
Tokyo Sanjo Conference Hall, The University of Tokyo (Hongo campus) Basic study on the effect of facial deformation on brainstorming using video conference
Naoto Nakazato, Shigeo Yoshida, Sho Sakurai, Takuji Narumi, Tomohiro Tanikawa, Michitaka Hirose (Univ. of Tokyo) MVE2013-7
The purpose of this study is to examine the efficacy of a technique to enhance the ability of brainstorming by using pse... [more] MVE2013-7
- 2012-12-12
Kumamoto Kumamoto-Shintoshin-plaza Positive mood and divergent creativity idea production.
Yohei Yamada (Nagoya Univ./AIST), Masayoshi Nagai (AIST)
People become creative when being positive mood. We examined whether positive mood facilitate divergent idea and/or conv... [more]
IN 2010-07-08
Hokkaido Hokkaido Univ. [Invited Talk] Evaluation of communication focusing on user psychology and behavior
Sumaru Niida, Satoshi Uemura, Hajime Nakamura (KDDI Labs) IN2010-31
As the number of mobile service users increases, the mobile use becomes more diversified. It brings us new problems in d... [more] IN2010-31
Okinawa Okinawaken-Seinen-Kaikan Correlation Analysis between Psychological States and Office Work Activities based on Web Questionnaire and Sensor Data
Yuki Kamiya, Hideki Kawai (NEC Corp.), Ikuo Ishimura (Tokyo Seitoku Univ.), Masahiro Kodama (Univ. of Tsukuba), Kazuo Kunieda, Keiji Yamada (NEC Corp.) LOIS2009-83
This paper presents the experimental correlation analysis between psychological states of office workers and their activ... [more] LOIS2009-83
ET 2006-06-17
Gifu   Quantitative Evaluation of Intelligent Ability with Computer Games -- Proposal for Efficient Information Education --
Yukuo Isomoto, Ryou Chikamatsu, Satoshi Itoh, Shin-ichi Tsumori (Gifu Shotoku)
A computer is a multi-capable and high quality performance machine, and plays a role of a high intelligent supporter in ... [more] ET2006-12
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