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Transactions of the Japanese society for artificial intelligence
We feel some liquids such as honey or oil more viscous than others like water. Viscosity perception is frequently expressed by onomatopoeia, a set of words that are often used to express sensory experiences in Japanese. For example, we would say honey is toro-toro or oil is doro-doro . In this paper we investigated the associations between phonemes of Japanese onomatopoeia for expressing viscosity and subjective evaluations of viscosity. Specifically, we performed psychological experimentsdoi:10.1527/tjsai.30.237 fatcat:jo3ptsgh2fbdhj7tovaemooeby