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Empirical investigation of memory-based strategy on anomalous behavior

Shota Matsubayashi, Kazuhisa Miwa, Hitoshi Terai
2019 Shrinigaku kenkyu  
Empirical investigation of memory-based strategy on anomalous behavior Shota Matsubayashi, Kazuhisa Miwa (Nagoya University) , and Hitoshi Terai (Kindai University) We often encounter various anomalous  ... 
doi:10.4992/jjpsy.90.18018 fatcat:hz4bkq3wknb6bhyp6rwvajtbpe

Assistance Dilemma : Giving and Withholding Learning Support

KAZUHISA MIWA, HITOSHI TERAI, MIKI MATSUMURO, AKIHIRO MAEHIGASHI
2012 Kyoiku shinrigaku kenkyu  
Assistance Dilemma : Giving and Withholding Learning Support KAZUHISA MIWA (NAGOYA UNIVERSITY), HITOSHI TERAI (NAGOYA UNIVERSITY), MIKI MATSUMURO (NAGOYA UNIVERSITY) AND AKIHIRO MAEHIGASHI (NAGOYA UNIVERSITY  ... 
doi:10.5926/jjep.62.156 fatcat:vnxz6fxsxnhohmckpsspsuzjuq

A Chance Favors a Prepared Mind: Chance Discovery from Cognitive Psychology [chapter]

Hitoshi Terai, Kazuhisa Miwa
2013 Studies in Computational Intelligence  
A chance has two contrary aspects: suddenness as an accidental finding and gradualness as the result of a prepared mind. Such duality of chance discovery resembles the insight process treated by problem solving researches. In this paper, we focus on the insight process in human problem solving, present a broad overview of its suddenness and the gradualness, and introduce our experimental results from the viewpoint of the duality of insight. We believe that our research findings will contribute to studies of chance discovery.
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-30114-8_3 fatcat:whtzg6w2yjdoxm4taub5ynneue

Learning through intermediate problems in creating cognitive models

Kazuhisa Miwa, Junya Morita, Ryuichi Nakaike, Hitoshi Terai
2012 Interactive Learning Environments  
Cognitive modelling is one representative research method in cognitive science. It is believed that creating cognitive models promotes learners' meta-cognitive activities such as self-monitoring and reflecting on their own cognitive processing. Preceding studies have confirmed that such meta-cognitive activities actually promote learning effects. However, there are some difficulties in bringing about learning by creating cognitive models in an educational context. To overcome the difficulties,
more » ... e propose an innovative learning design, "learning through intermediate problems", and also developed a web-based production system called DoCoPro that can be used anywhere and anytime in an environment connected to the Internet. We performed three introductory cognitive science classes in which the participants learned cognitive modelling and constructed running computer models using our system. In the first and second class, the participants were required to construct production system models that solve pulley problems. They also posed their original pulley problems that their own models were subsequently able to solve. These generated problems were distributed to the other members. The participants were able to find incompleteness in their cognitive models, revise them to remove the incompleteness, and improve their models while solving the given problems. The participants, by successfully creating sophisticated models, acquired a deeper knowledge of the learning domain. The class practices confirmed the utility of "learning through intermediate problems" when constructing an educational environment for learning creating cognitive models. In the third class, the participants constructed cognitive models solving addition and subtraction problems using DoCoPro. The cognitive processing underlying such problem solving is automated, therefore it may be difficult to verbalize and externalize such cognitive processes. The post questionnaire showed evidence that the participants actually performed meta-cognitive activities while monitoring their own internal information processing.
doi:10.1080/10494820.2012.666668 fatcat:ywqgdbqztvemfbbwypqq3dbbai

Cognitive Modeling of Automation Adaptation in a Time Critical Task

Junya Morita, Kazuhisa Miwa, Akihiro Maehigashi, Hitoshi Terai, Kazuaki Kojima, Frank E. Ritter
2020 Frontiers in Psychology  
Copyright © 2020 Morita, Miwa, Maehigashi, Terai, Kojima and Ritter. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License (CC BY).  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2020.02149 pmid:33123033 pmcid:PMC7566173 fatcat:dnxhx2kksjgrpi4ojr4ox7ek7e

How Does Explanatory Virtue Determine Probability Estimation?—Empirical Discussion on Effect of Instruction

Asaya Shimojo, Kazuhisa Miwa, Hitoshi Terai
2020 Frontiers in Psychology  
Copyright © 2020 Shimojo, Miwa and Terai. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License (CC BY).  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2020.575746 pmid:33362641 pmcid:PMC7756058 fatcat:ko4jorbiozatljo3qqpwoezyqy

Development and evaluation of the Japanese Remote Associates Test
日本語版Remote Associates Testの作成と評価

Hitoshi Terai, Kazuhisa Miwa, Kazuaki Asami
2013 Shrinigaku kenkyu  
doi:10.4992/jjpsy.84.419 pmid:24205744 fatcat:mzg4xq4kcvaxtfp4p4mf5s5ndi

A Mesenteric Desmoid Tumor with Rapid Progression

Kazunao Hayashi, Masaaki Takamura, Hisashi Yokoyama, Yuichi Sato, Satoshi Yamagiwa, Hitoshi Nogami, Toshifumi Wakai, Go Hasegawa, Shuji Terai
2017 Internal medicine (Tokyo. 1992)  
We herein report the case of a rapidly progressive sporadic mesenteric desmoid tumor (DT). A 62-year-old woman presented with a 4-cm-diameter palpable mass in the left supraumbilical area. The mass showed an ill-defined margin with heterogeneous delayed enhancement on computed tomography and heterogeneous high intensity on T2-weighted magnetic resonance imaging. Sixteen months after the initial observation, the mass had grown in size, reaching 13 cm in diameter. The resected mass was
more » ... lly confirmed as a DT of the mesentery. Since DT often has an unpredictable clinical course, clinicians should bear in mind the need for imaging follow-up.
doi:10.2169/internalmedicine.56.7320 pmid:28250295 pmcid:PMC5399200 fatcat:i2ixg5kam5ctfblbeayjcdxyle

Visualization of User Eye Movements for Search Result Pages

Yuka Egusa, Masao Takaku, Hitoshi Terai, Hitomi Saito, Noriko Kando, Makiko Miwa
2008 NTCIR Conference on Evaluation of Information Access Technologies  
Please refer to Terai et al. [10] for more details on the experiment and the data analysis, where an analysis of 11 undergraduate students' data was reported.  ... 
dblp:conf/ntcir/EgusaTTSKM08 fatcat:s2mp2qb2v5ghzhjqpn7qzdjlci

Dual process in large number estimation under uncertainty
二重過程理論に基づく不確実性を伴う値の推定に関する検討

Miki Matsumuro, Kazuhisa Miwa, Hitoshi Terai, Kento Yamada
2016 Shrinigaku kenkyu  
doi:10.4992/jjpsy.87.14077 fatcat:mkk2wb7q5ncanhnewr2fxcqo3q

Influence of Task Type and User Group on Web-based Information Seeking Behavior:

Masao Takaku, Yuka Egusa, Hitoshi Terai, Hitomi Saito, Makiko Miwa, Noriko Kando
2010 Joho Chishiki Gakkaishi  
ACM, 2008. [4] Egusa, Yuka; Takaku, Masao; Terai, Hitoshi; Saito, Hitomi; Kando, Noriko; Miwa, Makiko: "Visualization of User Vol. 18, No. 2, pp. 181-188, 2008.  ...  , Hitoshi; Saito, Hitomi; Egusa, Yuka; Takaku, Masao; Miwa, Eye Movements for Search Result Pages", Proceedings of EVIA 2008 (NTCIR-7 Pre-Meeting Workshop), pp. 42-46, 2008  ... 
doi:10.2964/jsik.20-026 fatcat:74deback2rfynfkaffisk4ntoy

Impact of two types of partner, perceived or actual, in human–human and human–agent interaction

Kazuhisa Miwa, Hitoshi Terai
2012 Computers in Human Behavior  
The experiments in Miwa, Baba, and Terai (2005) and Miwa and Terai (2006) were performed based on the same research paradigm as in the current study, but using a rule discovery task, Wason's 2-4-6  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.chb.2012.02.012 fatcat:yt73r4y7qvgh7h6tuvkgoumeiy

Preliminary analyses of eye movement data in Web information seeking
Web情報探索における視線データの予備的分析

Masao TAKAKU, Hitoshi TERAI, Yuka EGUSA, Hitomi SAITO, Makiko MIWA, Noriko KANDO
2008 Joho Chishiki Gakkaishi  
11 Web Informational Transactional 2 15 2 The authors have conducted a user study for 11 undergraduate students in order to understand information seeking behaviors on Web. The participants were assigned two types of information seeking tasks, Informational task and Transactional task, where each task takes 15 minutes. This paper reports preliminary analyses of eye movement data during conducted tasks. Two types of the analysis are shown. One is an analysis based on manual coding for area of
more » ... erests. The other is based on fixation analysis of rough block assignments into some of display areas. : Web Keywords: Web information seeking behavior, eye movement data, area of interests, search result pages 1 Web [1]
doi:10.2964/jsik.18-181 fatcat:mhkbxlzqa5hfte55r4raxqynt4

An Application of the NTCIR-WEB Raw-data Archive Dataset for User Experiments

Masao Takaku, Yuka Egusa, Hitomi Saito, Hitoshi Terai
2007 NTCIR Conference on Evaluation of Information Access Technologies  
This paper presents a simple approach to utilize past test collections as a material for user experiments. We have built a Web-based user interface for NTCIR-5 WEB run results, and conducted a user experiment with 29 subjects to investigate whether performance evaluation metrics of information retrieval systems used in test collections such as TREC and NT-CIR comparable to user performance. In this experiment, we selected three types of systems from among systems that participated in NTCIR-5
more » ... , and then selected three topics with roughly the same values from among several search topics. The results of the experiment showed no significant differences among these systems and topics in the time for search. While, in general, the user experiment itself have been successfully conducted and shown similar trends with prior study, the approach seems to have some limitations mainly on interactivity and cached page display.
dblp:conf/ntcir/TakakuEST07 fatcat:hpzekkhyzrgi3cqtw3ehopcncm

Class Practise of Cognitive Science by Creating Models

Kazuhisa Miwa, Hitoshi Terai, Jyunya Morita, Ryuichi Nakaike, Hitomi Saito
2012 Transactions of the Japanese society for artificial intelligence  
We designed and practiced a cognitive science class for graduate students. In the class, the participants were required to build three cognitive models: a bug model, a trace model, and an individual model. In the construction of the bug model, the participants learn to construct a cognitive model by monitoring their mental processing. The participants confirmed that the trace model can explain human normative behavior; and also understood that the individual model can explain various patterns
more » ... human behavior that are generated by different problem solving strategies. The post questionnaire analysis shows that the participants successfully understood various aspects of advantages of the mode-based approach in cognitive science and important features of human cognitive processing.
doi:10.1527/tjsai.27.61 fatcat:mmzfhsvz4baxha3tralbiasi3m
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