We humans perceive, understand, and make decisions about the external world, and communicate with people around us, based on sensory signals captured by eyes and other sensory organs. We study information processing mechanisms in the human brain that support such cognitive abilities by means of psychophysical/behavioral experiments, functional brain recordings, and computer simulations. We study the (dis)similarities of artificial neural networks to human brain in cognitive processing. We also leverage our basic scientific insights about human cognitive processing to develop innovative information communication technologies.

What's New

  • Lab Member Page Updated. (1/4/2022)
  • Taiga Matsunaga (M2) is awareded Best Presentation Prize at ITE Technical Group on Human Information. (23/3/2022)
  • Dr. Mizuhara is promoted to Associate Professor. (1/3/2022)
  • Prof. Nishida's work on visual texture perception is published in Journal of Vision. (24/2/2022)
  • Prof. Nishida has been appointed as Sub Program Director of the Cabinet Office Moonshot Research & Development Program (MS9). (1/12/2021)
  • Dr. Miyoshi's work on DNN's metacognitive computation is published in bioRxiv. (28/9/2021)
  • Prof. Nishida's work on tactile texture perception is published in Journal of Neurophysiology. (1/7/2021)
  • Assistant Professor Kiyofumi Miyoshi arrives at his new post. (1/5/2021)
  • A paper on sense of agency by Mizuhara & Uhlhaas is published in Frontiers in Psychology. (1/4/2021)
  • A paper on tactile motion perception by Kuroki & Nishida is published in iPerception. (28/3/2021)

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