- Emotion and cognition / Computational Psychiatry & Cognitive Modeling / Unconscious semantic processing / Cognitive Science of Decision Making
- Brain-computer interface / Affective computing / Human Computer Interaction
How are our emotions, moods, and other tacit knowledge (including propensity, inclination, personality and beliefs) that meshed into our brains influence our behavior consciously and unconsciously? For sure, newly acquired knowledge influences our behavior. But how? Does it affect the way we move or hit a keyboard? Does it manifest not only inside the brain but also in our overt behavior, such as the way we talk, move, sit and speak? If so, can we develop a computer program that can detect people’s feelings, moods, and propensities? My research has addressed these fundamental questions of knowledge formation / representation by focusing on the issues relevant to emotion and cognition, brain-computer interface, affective computing, and unconscious semantic processing.
Yamauchi, T., Seo, J. H. & Sungkajun, A. (2018). Interactive Plants: Multisensory Visual-Tactile Interaction Enhances Emotional Experience. Mathematics, 6 225.
Yamauchi, T. (2018). Modeling Mindsets with Kalman Filter, Mathematics, 6, 205.
Leontyev, A., Sun, S., Wolfe, M., & Yamauchi, T. (2018). Augmented Go/No-Go Task: Mouse Cursor Motion Measures Improve ADHD Symptom Assessment in Healthy College Students. Frontiers in Psychology, 9, 496
Yamauchi, T. & Xiao, K. (2018). Reading emotion from mouse cursor motions: Affective computing approach. Cognitive Science, 42, 771-819.
Yamauchi, T., Leontyev, T., & Wolfe, M. (2017). Choice Reaching Trajectory Analysis as Essential Behavioral Measures for Psychological Science. Insights in Psychology 1:4.1-4.
Xiao, K, & Yamauchi, T (2017) The role of attention in subliminal semantic processing: A mouse tracking study. PLoS ONE 12(6): e0178740.
Bowman, C. & Yamauchi, T. (2017). Processing emotions in sounds: Cross-domain aftereffects of speech utterances and musical sounds. Cognition and Emotion, 31 (8), 1610-1626.
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