Cognition, Sense-Making and Biophysical Skills(CB)

Interview

Junichi Ushiyama Associate Professor, Program ChairpersonCombine knowledge, Create knowledge: The science of diverse interactions

Junichi Ushiyama
Associate 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 interactions observed in people and/or society, which will and how they contribute to the future of education, medicine, sports, art, and culture. We accomplish this by removing the academic boundaries such as those 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's us create the future of knowledge together.

Affiliated Academic Projects

  • Asian-African corridor initiatives
  • Experienceology
  • The Architecture of Language and Thought
  • Mental health and clinical psychology project
  • Sports Science
  • The Science of Second Language Learning and Teaching
  • Cognitive Mechanism of Development and Learning
  • Mathematics for AI
  • Neural Control of Human Behavior etc

Graduate School of Media and Governance > Registration Numbers of Graduation Project

Faculty Members(as of June, 2019)

Note: "◎" indicates the Program chairperson.

Name Title Research Interrest(S)
Atsushi Aoyama Associate Professor Neural information science, Measurement of brain functions, Multimodal processing, Sensory integration, Bio-signal processing
Hisashi Mizutori Assistant Professor 器械運動コーチング
Jonathan Trace Assistant Professor Applied linguistics: language assessment, curriculum development, listening & speaking, and program evaluation
Junichi Ushiyama Associate Professor Movement physiology, Neurophysiology
Masaki Suwa Professor cognitive science, artificial intelligence, communication design, design science
Masaki, Mori Assistant Professor Experimental Psychology, Mathematical Psychology, Clinical Psychology, Physical Education
Masashi Nakatani Associate Professor Haptics, Sensor engineering
Mutsumi Imai Professor Cognitive Science (with special focus on Cognitive and language development, Psycholinguistics)
Sachiko Mori Professor Clinical Psychology, Psychoanalysis
Shinya Fujii Assistant Professor Music and Neuroscience (Neuromusic), Drums and Rhythm, Music Brain and Body, Motor Control and Learning in Music Performance, Music Perception and Cognition, Origin of Human Musicality, Beat Perception and Synchronization, Amusia and Beat-deafness, Auditory Feedback and Motor Rehabilitation
Takaaki Kato Associate Professor Ergonomics, Sport Psychology, Motor Learning and Control
Takashi Iba Professor Art and Science of Creativity, Pattern Languages, Systems Theory, Science of Complexity
Takeshi Kawazoe Professor Harmonic Analysis on Lie Groups, Fourier Analysis, Wavelet Analysis
Toshio Ohori Professor Linguistics (Semantics, Functional typology, Discourse analysis)
Yoko Hamada Professor Psychiatry, Psychoanalysis, Infant Mental Health, School Mental Health
Yoko Hasebe Associate Professor 英語教材、教授法、遠隔教育、カリキュラムデザイン、異言語・異文化間コミュニケーション
Yuji Ohgi Professor Sports Engineering, Sports Biomechanics, Human Functional Measurement, Wireless Measurement Technique
Yuko Nakahama Professor Applied Linguistics (Second Language Acquisition, Discourse Analysis)
Shimazu, Akihito Professor Psychology,Behavioral science,Health science, Occupational health,Mental health.

Faculty Profile

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.

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