Cognition, Sense-Making and Biophysical Skills(CB)

 Combine knowledge, Create knowledge: The science of diverse interactions

OHGI, Yuji
Professor, Program Chairperson

We move, feel, and live in our daily life by constantly working our brains and bodies together. We use our bodies and language as mediums to express ourselves and interact with others, creating vivid sensations and emotions to form the foundation of human individuality, intelligence, sensitivity, and sociality.

In this way, it can be understood that what paints our abundant day to day experiences are diverse interactions, occurring between the body and mind, the conscious and unconscious, people and the environment, the self and others, and the virtual and real.

The CB Program examines the science of interaction in people and society, which will contribute to the future of education, medicine, sports, art, and culture. We accomplish this by removing the academic boundaries between things like humanities and sciences, quality and quantity, foundation and application, and theory and practice, and by combining the methodologies of each individual field. Let us create the future of knowledge together.

Affiliated Academic Projects

  • Architecture Of Language And Thought
  • Asian-African corridor initiatives
  • Cognitive Mechanism of Development and Learning
  • Creation in Everyday Life
  • Experienceology
  • Performance in Psychology
  • Sports Science
  • The Science of Second Language Learning and Teaching

List of Academic Project

Faculty Members

Member List(CB)

Possibilities after Graduation

This Program aims to train people who can:

  • Analyze human intellect, skills, sports technique, etc., from a scientific viewpoint
  • Give meaning to multi-media works such as literature, graphics and music, and manipulate them freely by using computers
  • Conduct social surveys / analysis invading people's semantic cognition by using website and IT

Students who have completed this Program are expected to participate in careers such as corporate marketing / planning, system development, policy think tanks, sports coordination, foreign language education, entrepreneurship, interface design and welfare support. The completion of the Program also provides opportunities to become high ranking research scholars or teachers.