The 17th World Congress of Psychophysiology (IOP2014)

Posters

Poster Sessions

Poster Session 1 (September 24 [Wed] 11:40-13:10)

  1. Development of systems for measuring and analyzing autonomic nerve activity using LabView and its application
    Yoshimitsu Okita, Kazuhiko Ishihara, Yutaka Taira, Motoko Takaoka, Kumiko Ohara, Motohiko Kimura, Toshifumi Sugiura, & Harunobu Nakamura

  2. Development of human computer interface based on eye movement using Emotiv EEG headset
    Hiroyuki Dekihara & Tatsuya Iwaki

  3. Development of neurocommunicator, a mobile BMI/BCI system for communication aid
    Yoshiko Nakamura & Ryohei P. Hasegawa

  4. Impact of cognitive and personality profiles on mental-imagery based brain-computer interface-control performance
    Camille Jeunet, Fabien Lotte, Martin Hachet, & Bernard N'Kaoua

  5. Effect of transcranial magnetic stimulation applied over the premotor cortices on Bayesian estimation in tactile temporal-order judgment
    Shigeki Takeuchi, Hirofumi Sekiguchi, & Makoto Miyazaki

  6. Tonic balance of neural excitation and inhibition for improving perceptual performance
    Maho Horinaga, Osamu Hoshino, & Kazuhiro Tsuboi

  7. EEG informational code dependence on the functional state: General trends and characteristic period
    Alexey A. Mekler & Sergey V. Borisenok

  8. The study of EEG complexity in the positive and negative emotions induced by music
    Alexey A. Mekler, Akio Mori, Kazuma Oki, Ryo Koshizawa, Masaki Takayose, Nahoko T Minakawa, Vladimir S. Orlov, & Elizaveta Galperina

  9. Systemic processes in the brain: The EEG Study on the emotions of different hierarchical levels and signs
    Alexey A. Mekler, Ivan Gorbunov, & Vladimir Gavrilov

  10. The subjective localization of acoustic stimuli in the body
    Nickolay A. Almayev, Vasiliy A. Sadov, & Alexander S. Tarkhov

  11. Source localization of brain electrical activity while listening to high-resolution digital sounds with inaudible high-frequency components
    Ryuma Kuribayashi & Hiroshi Nittono

  12. EEG correlates of perception of tonal modulation in musical fragments
    Grigorii S Radchenko, Sergei B. Parin, Sophia A. Polevaya, Marina N. Korsakova-Kreyn, & Alexander I. Fedotchev

  13. Psychophysiological correlates of the "native" and "alien" music perception
    Alla Vladimirovna Toropova, Irina Nikolaevna Simakova, & Olga Mikhailovna Bazanova

  14. The role of parents in educating the math and musical abilities of children from infancy to seven years
    Olga M. Bazanova, Anna V. Kondratenko, Tatiana I. Petrenko, & Naoko Takehara

  15. Distinction between neural correlates of audiovisual temporal order and simultaneity judgments
    Kozue S Matsuzaki, Hiroshi Kadota, Takuo Aoyama, Shigeki Takeuchi, Hirofumi Sekiguchi, Takanori Kochiyama, & Makoto Miyazaki

  16. EEG functional brain connectivity changes associated to the perception of binaural beats: A study based on information theory
    Ernesto Pereda, Christos Ioannou, & Joydeep Bhattacharya

  17. Effects of the smell of young barley grass on autonomic nervous system
    Yasuyuki Aotsuka, Yoshimitsu Okita, Momoe Ukeguchi, Isao Takahashi, Motohiko Kimura, Toshifumi Sugiura, & Harunobu Nakamura

  18. Unpleasant odor accelerates the sound processing in brain
    Meicong Xu, Xi Chen, Isao Takahashi, Yoko Mizutani, Hisashi Hirata, & Toshifumi Sugiura

  19. Does color surroundings affect the pain-related somatosensory event-related potentials (SEPs) to painful electrical stimulus?
    Kenzo Konishi, Midori Hashimoto, Ippei Umeki, Seiya Tahara, Yushi Kato, & Jun-ichi Akiyama

  20. Averaging number in MMN calculations suitable for clinical application
    Kazuko Kanno, Shuntaro Itagaki, Takashi Matsuoka, Tetsuya Shiga, Michinari Nozaki, Satoko Asano, Yusuke Osakabe, Masayuki Hikita, Norikatsu Itoh, & Hirooki Yabe

  21. Cortical regions involved in integration of visual information of point-light walker and background motion velocity
    Tamaki Miyamoto

  22. The role of different class neurons of cat visual cortex in the local synchronization
    Evgeniya Belova & Irina Ischenko

  23. Specific "vision deficit": Description and primary analysis
    Gennady S. Voronkov

  24. Psychophysiological analysis of multidimensional structure of brightness perception in normal and altered states of consciousness
    Andrey A. Kiselnikov, Ivan S. Pozdniakov, Anastasiya O. Myasnichenko, Alexander V. Vartanov, Janna M. Glozman, Stanislav A. Kozlovskiy, & Maria M. Pyasik

  25. Correlates of conscious synchronous stimulation perception - a steady-state EEG study
    Marcin Koculak, Urszula Gorska, & Marek Binder

  26. Components of event-related fields exhibited during apparent motion illusion with a binocular stereoscopic stimulus: A magnetoencephalographic study
    Akira Imai, Hiroki Takase, Ikumi Hoshino, Keita Tanaka, & Yoshinori Uchikawa

  27. An integrative framework of the cutaneous neural encoding of touch, pain, cold, and heat sensations: Mechanoreceptors activity patterns versus “labeled lines”
    Sofia Alexandrovna Polevaia & Alexandr Vasilievitsch Zeveke

  28. The oculomotor activity in semiprojective psychological research
    Y.V. Bessonova, L.A. Lobanova, V.E. Mikhailov, & A. A. Oboznov

  29. Visual evoked potential related to visual imagery
    Keiko Ogawa & Naruho Hara

  30. Sensory modality of the stop-signal influences response inhibition and error detection: An event-related potentials study
    Magdalena Senderecka

  31. How the type of go and stop stimuli is reflected the behavioral performance and event-related potential components using the stop-signal task: Preliminary study for children with ADHD
    Yasushi Nakano & Shinji Okazaki

  32. Electrophysiological measures reveal similar capacity limits for both present and absent information
    Hiroyuki Tsubomi, Keisuke Fukuda, Katsumi Watanabe, & Edward K. Vogel

  33. EEG effects on electrophysiological and behavioural responses during a cued CPT
    Diana Karamacoska, Robert J. Barry, & Frances M. De Blasio

  34. Physiological sources of stimulus-preceding negativity: Source analysis using fMRI and ERP
    Yasunori Kotani, Yoshimi Ohgami, Jun-ichiro Arai, Shigeru Kiryu, & Yusuke Inoue

  35. The approach of visual stimuli influences expectation of subsequent somatosensory stimuli
    Tsukasa Kimura & Jun'ichi Katayama

  36. Assessing a viewer's interest in video clips by P3 amplitude and alpha-band power in a single-stimulus probe method
    Shigeto Miki & Hiroshi Nittono

  37. Task-related changes in functional properties of the human brain network underlying attentional control
    Tetsuo Kida, Emi Tanaka, & Ryusuke Kakigi

  38. Attention to emotional picture modulates pupillary light reflex
    Syoichi Iwasaki

  39. Attentional bias of sexual offenders against child on pedophilic sexual stimuli
    Bomyi Jeon, Gilchan Ra, & Jang-Han Lee

  40. Transition of attention in three-stimulus oddball paradigm reflected by ERP P3
    Fumihito Morimoto & Jun'ichi Katayama

  41. Lower gamma-band phase synchronization involves in top-down attention in the attentional blink
    Ken Kihara & Yuji Takeda

  42. Auditory selective attention and ERP: Comparison between the ABR and Nd
    Kazunari Ikeda

  43. Early and late components of stimulus-preceding negativity prior to face, word, and symbol stimuli
    Yoshimi Ohgami, Yasunori Kotani, Jun-Ichiro Arai, Shigeru Kiryu, & Yusuke Inoue

  44. Manifestations of attentional lapses in auditory evoked potential
    Ivan E. Lazarev, Boris V. Chernyshev, Dmitri V. Bryzgalov, Anastasiya S. Antonenko, Elena A. Arkhipova, & Galiya R. Khusyainova

  45. Habituation processes of skin conductance response (SCR) and normalize pulse volume (NPV) in pseudo concealed information test
    Yuki Hamamoto, Takehiro Komatsu, Mariko Takeuchi, Hitoshi Yonemori, Seigo Ishimura, & Yuko Sugisawa

  46. Psychophysiological mechanisms of the dynamic stereotypes
    Evgeny Aydarkin

  47. Physiological mechanisms of intermodal interactions in the sensory masking
    Marina Pavlovskaya

  48. Cerebral examination of letter fluencies due to vocalization and handwriting
    Yui Kangori, Sachi Onoue, Yusuke Seya, Hiroaki Shoji, & Hisaki Ozaki

  49. ERP responses to code-switching in cognate/non-cognate word recognition by Chinese-Japanese bilinguals
    Yingyi Luo, Changhao Jiang, Shengyan Long, & Hiromu Sakai

  50. An event-related potential study on matching processes of numeral classifiers and nouns
    Tomoki Uno, Yasuko Okumura, & Tetsuko Kasai

  51. Electrophysiological findings of syntactic anomalies in patients with bipolar disorder and schizophrenia: A P600 study
    Sung Hwa Kim, Chang Woo Lee, Vin Ryu, Ra Yeon Ha, Su Jin Lee, Jee Soo You, & Hyun Sang Cho

  52. The time course of lexical stress activation revealed by event-related brain potentials
    Simone Sulpizio, Francesco Vespignani, & Remo Job

  53. Writing letter fluency with dominant and non-dominant hand by NIRS
    Sachi Onoue, Yui Kangori, Yusuke Seya, Hiroaki Shoji, & Hisaki Ozaki

  54. Behavioral and cognitive correlates of foreign language proficiency
    Valeriia Demareva & Sophia Polevaya

  55. Type A and B personalities from a psychological perspective among medical students
    Faisal A. Alnasir & Abdul Rahman Alfulaij

  56. Electrodermal response in a clinical and nonclinical group in a stressful cognitive and emotional task
    Izabela Krejtz, Marzena Rusanowska, John Nezlek, Paweł Holas, Andrzej Wiatrow, & Max Bielelcki

  57. Skin conductance measures of emotional reactivity to threatening stimuli in obsessive-compulsive disorder versus panic disorder
    Susan J. Thomas, Craig J. Gonsalvez, & Stuart J. Johnstone

  58. Neuropsychological and psychophysiological mechanisms of attention deficit
    Janna Glozman, Irina Shevchenko, Sergey Kiselev, Ekaterina Nurieva, Stanislav Kozlovskiy, Maria Pyasik, & Andrey Kiselnikov

  59. Characteristics of passive speech processing in children with typical development and with autistic spectrum disorders
    Kota Suzuki, Atsuko Gunji, Tomoka Kobayashi, Hiroshige Takeichi, Heng Li, Akira Yasumura, & Masumi Inagaki

  60. Hemodynamic changes during problem-making and solving in typically development adults
    Kasumi Hamada, Masumi Aoki, & Shinji Okazaki

  61. Effect of osmotic-release methylphenidate in adult attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder by measuring mismatch negativity
    Shuntaro Itagaki, Takashi Matsuoka, Tetsuya Shiga, Kazuko Kanno, Michinari Nozaki, Satoko Asano, Yusuke Osakabe, Masayuki Hikita, Shin-ichi Niwa, & Hirooki Yabe

  62. An ERP study of the relationship between anticipation, executive control and performance monitoring under interference condition in children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder
    Masumi Aoki & Shinji Okazaki

  63. Decision making process in gambling task with several conditions of response selection
    Aya Okabe

  64. Deficit of executive abilities as a risk factor for weakness in grammar understanding in Russian-speaking children - longitudinal research
    Sergey Kiselev

  65. Default mode network in young male adults with autism spectrum disorder: Relationship with autism spectrum traits
    Minyoung Jung, Hirotaka Kosaka, Daisuke Saito, Makoto Ishitobi, Toshio Munesue, Akemi Tomoda, Yuji Wada, Hidehiko Okazawa, & Tetsuya Iidaka

Poster Session 2 (September 25 [Thr] 11:40-13:10)

  1. Hemispheric asymmetry of deviation-detection sensitivity as reflected by the TWI function of MMN
    Michinari Nozaki, Yusuke Osakabe, Satoko Asano, Norikatsu Itoh, Masayuki Hikita, Kazuko Kanno, Tetsuya Shiga, Shuntaro Itagaki, Takashi Matsuoka, & Hirooki Yabe

  2. Hemodynamic activites and the electroencephalogram during relaxation
    Seiya Uchida, Tsutomu Kamei, Kiyoshi Yamaoka, & Hisanobu Sugano

  3. A study on measurement cutaneous hand blood flow in patients with schizophrenia and schizoaffective disorder treating with atypical antipsychotics
    Linda F. Kader, Arpandy Reza, Blessing Esther, Ootsuka Youichirou, & William Blessing (canceled)

  4. Trait anxiety modulates emotional expression processing
    Eligiusz Wronka, Karolina J Swider, & Wioleta Walentowska

  5. The influence of emotional expression on visual competition between facial stimuli
    Karolina J. Swider & Eligiusz Wronka

  6. Some ‘faces’ are faces more than the other ‘faces’. Evidence from N170
    Eligiusz Wronka, Karolina J Swider, & Wioleta Walentowska

  7. Event-related brain potential study of the effects of makeup on facial recognition
    Keiko Tagai, Hitomi Shimakura, Hiroko Isobe, Haruna Yamanami, & Hiroshi Nittono

  8. Event-related potentials associated with matching in fashion coordination
    Erika Yoshimori & Hiroshi Nittono

  9. Evaluation of taste preference and the following memory retrieval: An ERP study
    Koki Tsuji, Midori Shibata, Arisa Sato, & Satoshi Umeda

  10. The effect of force parameter modification on the contingent negative variation
    Lu Xu, Werner Sommer, Noriyoshi Takasawa, & Hiroaki Masaki

  11. The modulation of muscle activity for constant force control by the cognitive processes involved in response-conflict task
    Tatsufumi Fujii, Hiroshi Naito, & Kazumitsu Shinohara

  12. Change or stick? Anticipation processes associated with subjective and objective probability of winning in a Monty Hall Dilemma task
    Takahiro Hirao, Tim. I. Murphy, & Hiroaki Masaki

  13. The effect of monetary punishment on error monitoring in a Go/Nogo task
    Maruo Yuya, Sommer Werner, & Masaki Hiroaki

  14. Effects of countermeasures on P300-based concealed information test using a new multiple probe protocol
    Shinji Hira, Yuhki Yamashita, Yoko Saragai, Yuki Hamamoto, & Isato Furumitsu

  15. Detecting salience on the fringe of awareness using the P300
    Abdulmajeed Alsufyani, Alexia Zoumpoulaki, Omid Hajilou, Marco Filetti, & Howard Bowman

  16. Resampling the peak - Applications in the analysis of event related potentials
    Alexia Zoumpoulaki, Abdulmajeed Alsufyani, & Howard Bowman

  17. The neural efficiency hypothesis: Further evidence from the EEG study of conceptual thinking
    Olga V. Shcherbakova, Ivan A. Gorbunov, Irina V. Golovanova, & Marina A. Kholodnaya

  18. The effect of biological motion of action with communicative meaning on human visual processing: A study using event-related potentials and reaction time
    Hidehiko Matsumoto, Shintaro Sugino, Kentaro Tanaka, & Takashi Morotomi

  19. A study of cognitive functions with exercise in high performance players
    Kisho Zippo & Masanobu Araki

  20. The return trip effect is postdictively induced and breaks the relationship between time perception and parasympathetic nervous system activity
    Ryosuke Ozawa, Keisuke Fujii, & Motoki Kouzaki

  21. Action-based knowledge controls over the stimulus-driven visual prediction: An electrophysiological study
    Motohiro Kimura & Yuji Takeda

  22. Belief in free will promotes the transition from exploitation to exploration in decision making through sympathetic activity
    Takayuki Goto, Yuya Ishibashi, Shogo Kajimura, Ryunosuke Oka, & Takashi Kusumi

  23. Facial emotion recognition under different situational context revealed by eye tracking
    Hikaru Kuramochi, Taichi Hirayama, Hiroaki Shoji, & Hisaki Ozaki

  24. Cardiovascular responses to cognitive task demands: A systematic review
    Maarten A. Immink, Russell W. Chan, Joshua Rosenthal, & Kade Davison

  25. The effect of dynamic visual noise on brain hemodynamic response during a concrete word production task
    Masahiro Takamura, Mika Nishimoto, Shunsuke Hayashi, Fumie Yamamoto, & Makoto Miyatani

  26. Neuromagnetic indices for decision on time perception: Use of time-shrinking phenomenon
    Takako Mitsudo, Naruhito Hironaga, Yoshitaka Nakajima, Hiroshige Takeichi, & Shozo Tobimatsu

  27. The effect of intense exercise on cognitive function
    Takaaki Komiyama, Soichi Ando, Yoichi Hatamoto, Mizuki Sudo, Akira Kiyonaga, Hiroaki Tanaka, & Yasuki Higaki

  28. Separate stimulation of EEG alpha rhythm for emotional state and personality traits regulation
    Yuri G. Pavlov

  29. The longitudinal study of brain correlates of creativity development
    Igor Sergeevich Dikiy & Liudmila Alexandrovna Dikaya

  30. Features of functional integration of cortical areas of gifted senior pupils at the solution of cognitive tasks
    Igor Sergeevich Dikiy, Evgenia Borisovna Pokyl, & Liudmila Alexandrovna Dikaya

  31. Numerical cognition: A prospective on self-organization theory
    Xiaoping Li, Leinian Li, & Hanrui Miao

  32. Sleep spindle contributes to the recuperative power of a short nap
    Azusa Kuriyama, Keiko Ogawa, & Mitsuo Hayashi

  33. Pre-sleep emotional induction impacts the sleep electrodermal activation
    Julien Delannoy, Osamu Mandai, Hiroaki Arakawa, Jacques Honore, Toshinori Kobayashi, & Henrique Sequeira

  34. The relationship between subjective sleep quality, depression and personality traits
    Yutarou Kanno, Ritsuko Tsugawa, & Asako Yoda

  35. Nine minutes of sleep stage 2 is optimum for obtaining the greatest benefits from a daytime nap
    Mitsuo Hayashi, Aoi Fushimi, & Hisashi Iizuka

  36. Relationship between emotional reactivity to emotional visual stimuli and dream properties during sleep
    Kenta Sugie, Hiroyuki Tsubomi, Keiko Ogawa, & Naokuni Ebihara

  37. Effects of sleep education with self-help treatment for elementary schoolchild
    Hideki Tanaka & Norihisa Tamura

  38. Relationship between the Dream Property Scale and physiological activities during REM sleep
    Sayaka Kawano & Keiko Ogawa

  39. Improvement in motor skills performance and mental activities during sleep
    Tsubasa Izaki, Kazuya Miyamoto, & Keiko Ogawa

  40. A pilot study on the olfactory evoked potential during sleep with jasmine and lavender
    Shusaku Nomura, Masaya Sato, Toyonari Fujikawa, Madoka Takahara, Masako Hasegawa-Ohira, & Kanetoshi Ito

  41. Recovery from potential sleep debt via sleep extension may improve emotion regulation
    Yuki Motomura, Shingo Kitamura, Kyoko Nakazaki, Kentaro Oba, Ruri Katsunuma, Yasuko Katayose, Akiko Hida, Yoshiya Moriguchi, Shigekazu Higuchi, & Kazuo Mishima

  42. Effects of viewing two kinds of pleasant affective pictures on sleep parameters in subsequent nighttime sleep: examining latency to each stage of sleep
    Toshihiko Sato

  43. Modulation of electrophysiological responses to auditory stimuli by awareness in waking and sleep
    Daniela Dentico, Madoka Takahara, Melanie Boly, & Giulio Tononi

  44. Effect of a 20-minute nap after sleep restriction on physical performance
    Madoka Takahara, Ryoichi Nakamura, Yudai Ono, & Fumihiko Oki

  45. Active rest promoting both performance and recovery from subjective fatigue during mental work sessions
    Asako Honda

  46. Slow diaphragmatic breathing as a relaxation skill for elementary school children: A psychophysiological assessment
    Kensuke Terai, Tatsunori Shimo, & Akio Umezawa

  47. Excessive brain tryptophan and kynurenic acid lead to abnormal social behavior in central fatigue induced by chronic sleep disorder
    Masatoshi Yamashita & Takanobu Yamamoto

  48. The dynamic cardiovascular markers of acute stress
    Anastasya Vladimirovna Bakhchina, Ivan Sergeevich Shishalov, Sergey Borisovich Parin, & Sofia Aleksandrovna Polevaya

  49. A neurochemical framework of the theory of stress
    Sergei Borisovich Parin, Anastasia Vladimirovna Bakhchina, & Sofia Alexandrovna Polevaia

  50. Influence of the context of public speaking on human functional state
    Maria Koroleva, Anastasia Bakhchina, Ivan Shyshalov, Sergey Borisovich Parin, & Sofia Alexandrovna Polevaia

  51. Cardiorespiratory plasticity in children during short periods of paced breathing
    Andrey V. Gorbunov, Maria S. Ogorodnikova, Vera S. Trubacheva, Vladimir V. Trubachev, & Victor V. Sevastyanov

  52. Plasticity of cardiorespiratory coupling during visual control of breathing rate in athletes and non-athletes of the same age
    Vladimir V. Trubachev, Andrey V. Gorbunov, Vera S. Trubacheva, Maria S. Nemtseva, & Alexey A. Rozhentsov

  53. The effects of mood state and psychological well-being on heart rate variability during mental stress
    Elena Saperova & Dmitry Dimitriev

  54. Electrodermal activity as a predictor of daily affect and overall functioning measured by a diary in clinical and nonclinical groups
    Marzena Rusanowska, Izabela Krejtz, Paweł Holas, John Nezlek, Andrzej Wiatrow, & Max Bielecki

  55. The association of interpersonal conflict at the workplace and immunity: A cross-sectional study among white-collar employees at a trading company
    Nozomi Sonoda, Akinori Nakata, Masahiro Irie, & Masaya Takahashi

  56. Job control, job demands, and cell-mediated immune response: A 2-year prospective cohort study of white-collar employees
    Akinori Nakata, Masahiro Irie, & Masaya Takahashi

  57. Mechanisms of adaptation to environment of high school
    Liza Magomedovna Khalidova, Lubov Ivanovna Gubareva, & Rosa Said-Ahmedovna Zahkieva

  58. Hyperventilation and autonomic hyperarousal are related to emotional disorders in adolescent girls
    Erik M. G. Olsson, Eva Serlachius, Margaret A. Chesney, & Eva Henje Blom

  59. Gray matter volume abnormalities in the apathetic elderly
    Hongjie Yan, Keiichi Onoda, & Shuhei Yamaguchi

  60. Effects of neurofeedback training on event-related components and self-reported measures in healthy individuals
    Kota Akutsu, Mashahiro Ishii, Haruo Shinoda, & Kota Suzuki

  61. Event related desynchronization: Precaution is needed to use as indicator of cognitive processes
    Erol Başar & Bilge Turp Gölbaşı

  62. Decrease of delta oscillatory responses is associated with increased age in healthy elderly
    D. Durusu Emek-Savaş, Bahar Güntekin, Görsev G. Yener, & Erol Başar

  63. Event-related oscillatory gamma responses appear late in Alzheimer disease
    Erol Başar, D. Durusu Emek-Savaş, Bahar Güntekin, & Görsev G. Yener

  64. Eyes-closed vs. eyes-open EEG in young and older adults
    Robert J. Barry, Frances M. De Blasio, & Adele E. Cave

  65. Occurrence patterns among the theta, alpha and beta bands of the electroencephalogram for infants
    Nahoko T. Minakawa, Akio Mori, Kazuma Oki, Ryo Koshizawa, Masaki Takayose, & Satoshi Kawashima

  66. Assessment of therapeutic effect with clozapine using event related potential: A pilot study
    Akane Miyazaki, Atsuhito Toyomaki, Naoki Hashimoto, & Ichiro Kusumi

  67. Prolonged impairment of sexual function associated with anabolic-androgenic steroid abuse: An underrecognized problem
    Harrison G. Pope, Gen Kanayama, James I. Hudson, James DeLuca, Stephanie Isaacs, Aaron Baggish, Rory Weiner, & Shalender Bhasin

Poster Session 3 (September 26 [Fri] 11:40-13:10)

  1. Interoceptive sensitivity predicts performance of event-based prospective memory: Evidence from cardiovascular reactivity
    Saiko Tochizawa, Yuri Terasawa, Midori Shibata, & Satoshi Umeda

  2. The effect of pattern separation on fear conditioning
    Per Davidson, Ingegerd Carlsson, Peter Jonsson, & Mikael Johansson

  3. Relationship between Kanji letter use-frequency and processing: Electroencephalographic dipole source modeling of activity in dorsal and ventral pathways
    Ryohei Mizuochi & Kazuaki Maeda

  4. The effect of stimulus familiarity on the subsequent information processing: An ERP study
    Mikhail S. Sopov

  5. Comparing autonomic responses between learned and unlearned stimuli presented with equal probability
    Michiko Tsuneoka, Izumi Matsuda, Tokihiro Ogawa, & Yohtaro Takano

  6. Involvement of eye movement in forward and backward recall on a spatial working memory task
    Yuhei Oi, Yoshifumi Ikeda, Hideyuki Okuzumi, & Mitsuru Kokubun

  7. Effects of a 3D printing course on mental rotation ability among 10-year-old primary students
    Motong Chen, Yun Zhang, & Yueying Zhang

  8. Physical and semantic features of long-term memory
    Natalya G. Shpagonova, Vasiliy A. Sadov, & Daria L. Petrovich

  9. Unconscious acoustical stimuli effects on event-related potentials in humans
    Viktoriia Yu. Ivanova, Ekaterina A. Kopeikina, Varvara V. Choroshich, & Anton Yu. Aleksandrov

  10. Activation of left lingual gyrus related to working memory for schematic faces
    Stanislav A. Kozlovskiy, Maria M. Pyasik, Anna V. Korotkova, Alexander V. Vartanov, Janna M. Glozman, & Andrey A. Kiselnikov

  11. Psychophysiological mechanisms of color-emotional semantic integration
    Andrey A. Kiselnikov, Arkadiy A. Sergeev, Anna P. Dolgorukova, Alexander V. Vartanov, Janna M. Glozman, Stanislav A. Kozlovskiy, & Maria M. Pyasik

  12. Neural substrates of positive emotion induced in hypnosis
    Chihiro Hasegawa & Nobutsugu Hirono

  13. Semantic and physical features: effects of emotional category and signal-to-noise ratio on eye movements
    Joanna Pilarczyk & Michał Kuniecki

  14. Influences of positive emotion inducement on hemodynamic response to a mental work
    Xinxin Liu, Kazuma Ishimatsu, Midori Sotoyama, & Kazuyuki Iwakiri

  15. Modulation of emotion elicitation by prior cognitive activity: An fMRI study
    Saea Tohira, Hiroki, C. Tanabe, Akira Ishizuka, Tamotsu Kawai, Haruo Isoda, & Hideki Ohira

  16. Changes in facial skin temperature induced by joy or fear stimuli
    Young-Ji Eum, Jin-Sup Eom, Mi-Sook Park, E-Nae Cheong, & Jin-Hun Sohn

  17. Eye movement responses to emotional faces among individuals with major depressive disorder
    Eun-Ye Kim, Un-Jung Jang, Hye-Ryeon Yang, & Jin-Hun Sohn

  18. Trustworthiness modulates facial responses to emotional faces
    Tomomi Fujimura & Kazuo Okanoya

  19. Verification of the three dimensional model of emotions with spectral analysis of independent EEG components
    Miroslaw Wyczesany & Tomasz S Ligeza

  20. Relationship between cognitive activity involved in emotional processing and personality
    Midori Motoi, Yuka Egashira, Takayuki Nishimura, Damee Choi, Matsumoto Riko, & Shigeki Watanuki

  21. Investigating the reliability and validity of candidate psychophysiological endophenotypes of affective processing
    David A. Camfield, Rodney Croft, Keith Wesnes, Sarah Boyall, Monique Taylor, Rachael Tasca, & Emma Kornfield

  22. Structural equation modelling to assess relationships between event-related potential components, heart rate and skin conductance in the context of emotional stimuli
    Susan J. Thomas, Peter R. C. Leeson, Craig J. Gonsalvez, & Stuart J. Johnstone

  23. The influence of answer to the self-report scale on cardiovascular recovery
    Yosuke Tezuka, Naho Murayama, Yosuke Morioka, & Naoto Suzuki

  24. The body action coding system I & II: Muscle activations during the perception and expression of emotion
    Elisabeth M. J. Huis in't Veld, Geert J. M. van Boxtel, & Beatrice L. M. F. de Gelder

  25. Psychological and physiological responses during flow state: A study for flow state during a game task
    Shunya Omori, Yuichiro Nagano, Takefumi Kobayashi, & Jun'ichi Katayama

  26. An fMRI study of unconscious emotional processing in cerebellum
    Kyota Inagaki, Keiichi Onoda, & Shuhei Yamaguchi

  27. Evaluation of emotional response to affective picture stimulations by AAE and comfort vector models
    Xi Chen, Isao Takahashi, Yoshimitsu Okita, Hisashi Hirata, & Toshifumi Sugiura

  28. Effects of perspective-taking on the pain empathy in alexithymia
    Natsuki Saito & Hideki Ohira

  29. Analytical performance of a Fujimori method-based system for EEG analysis
    Yuki Watanabe, Naoyuki Aikawa, & Tatsuya Iwaki

  30. Individual differences in psychophysiological responses in stress states
    Yu Tanaka

  31. Psychophysiological measures of positive and negative emotion regulation in Koreans
    Hyejeen Lee

  32. A proposed novel and applicative assessment method of brain activity related to human feeling
    Shigeru Tominaga & Tatsuya Iwaki

  33. An evaluation of the differences in subjective responses to the attractiveness of pictures of the opposite sex after a visual presentation
    Kohei Fuseda, Yuichiro Nagano, & Takefumi Kobayashi

  34. Empathic trait predicts the psychophysiological response of emotional tears
    Kazuma Mori, Yuji Wada, & Makoto Iwanaga

  35. Effects of state and trait emotions on prepulse inhibiton: A study of induced oscillatory brain activity
    Vilfredo De Pascalis & Kathrin Sommer

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