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ProFILE

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1976.01 Born in Omagari, Akita, Japan

Education

1999.03 Bachelor, Department of Psychology, Kobe University, Japan
2001.03 Master, Department of Psychology, Kobe University, Japan
2004.09 Ph.D, Department of Psychology, Kobe University, Japan

Professional position

2002.06–2003.03 NEDO Graduate student research fellow
2004.10–2005.03 Postdoc researcher, Department of Psychology,
         Kobe University
2005.04–2008.03 JSPS Postdoc research fellow, National Institute of Advanced
         Industrial Science and Technology, Japan
2006.04–2007.09Visiting Researcher, Max Planck Institute for Biological
         Cybernetics (Bülthoff Lab.), Tübingen, Germany
2008.04–2011.03 Postdoc Researcher, Department of Psychology and Research
         Institute of Electrical Communication, Tohoku University, Japan
2011.04–2012.06 Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science and
         Systems Engineering, Muroran Institute of Technology, Japan
2012.07–2015.03 Associate Professor, Department of Computer Science and
         Systems Engineering, Muroran Institute of Technology, Japan
2015.04–     Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, Faculty of
         Letters, Kumamoto University, Japan


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Publications

  • Teramoto, W., Hidaka, S., and Sugita, Y. (in press). Auditory bias in visual motion perception. In Spatial biases in perception and cognition. Hubbard, T. L. (Ed.). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
  • Hidaka, S., Higuchi, S., Teramoto, W., and Sugita, Y. (2017). Neural mechanisms underlying sound-induced visual motion perception: An fMRI study. Acta Psychologica, 178, 66-72.
  • Teramoto, W., Honda, K., Furuta, K., and Sekiyama, K. (in press) Visuotactile interaction even in far sagittal space in older adults with decreased gait and balance functions. Experimental Brain Research
  • Teraoka, R., and Teramoto, W. (2017) Touch-contingent visual motion perception: tactile events drive visual motion perception. Experimental Brain Research, 235, 903-912.
  • Suzuki, N., Asai, N., and Teramoto, W. (2016) A sense of being together in shared virtual environments: An analysis using the social Simon paradigm. Transactions of the Virtual Reality Society of Japan, 21, 53-62 (in Japanese).
  • Kondo, Y., Teramoto, W., Kobayashi, M., and Otani, M. (2016) Effects of auditory-somatosensory interactions on auditory distance discrimination accuracy. Transactions of the Virtual Reality Society of Japan, 21, 49-52 (in Japanese).
  • Teramoto, W., Nakazaki, T., Sekiyama, K., and Mori, S. (2016) Effects of word width and word length on optimal character size for reading of horizontally scrolling Japanese words. Frontiers in Psychology, 7, 127.
  • Hidaka, S., Teramoto, W., and Sugita, Y. (2015) Spatiotemporal processing in crossmodal interactions for perception of the external world: A Review. Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience, 9, 62.
  • Sakamoto, S., Teramoto, W., Terashima, H., and Gyoba, J. (2015) Effect of active self-motion on auditory space perception. Interdisciplinary Information Science. 21(2), 167-172.
  • Teramoto, W.and Kakuya, T. (2015) Visuotactile peripersonal space in healthy humans: Evidence from crossmodal congruency and redundant target effects. Interdisciplinary Information Science. 21(2), 133-142.
  • Teramoto, W., Cui Z., Sakamoto, S., and Gyoba, J. (2014) Distortion of auditory space during visually induced self-motion in depth. Frontiers in Psychology, 5, 848.
  • Hidaka, S., Teramoto, W., Keetels, M., and Vroomen, J. (2013) Effect of pitch-space correspondence on sound-induced visual motion perception. Experimental Brain Research, 231(1), 117–126.
  • Teramoto, W., Kobayashi, M., Hidaka, S., Sugita, Y. (2013) Vision contingent auditory pitch aftereffects. Experimental Brain Research, 229(1), 97–102.
  • Teramoto, W., Nozoe, Y., Sekiyama, K. (2013) Audiotactile interactions beyond the space and body parts around the head. Experimental Brain Research, 228(4), 427–436.
  • Takahashi, J., Hidaka, S., Teramoto, W., and Gyoba, J. (2013) Temporal characteristics of the effects of visual pattern redundancy on encoding and storage processes: evidence from rapid serial visual presentation. Psychological Research, 77, 687–697.
  • Honda, A., Kanda, T., Shibata, H., Asai, N., Teramoto, W., Sakamoto, S., Iwaya, Y., Gyoba, J., and Suzuki, Y. (2013) Determinants of sense of presence and vraisemblance in audio-visual contents, Transactions of the Virtual Reality Society of Japan, vol.18(1), 93–101 (in Japanese).
  • Teramoto, W., Tao, K., Sekiyama, K. and Mori, S. (2012) Reading performance in middle-aged adults with declined accommodation. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 74(8), 1722-1731.
  • Teramoto, W., Sakamoto, S., Furune, F., Gyoba, J. and Suzuki, Y. (2012) Compression of auditory space during forward self-motion. PLoS ONE, 7(6), e39402.
  • Kobayashi, M., Teramoto, W., Hidaka, S. and Sugita, Y, (2012) Sound frequency and aural selectivity in sound-contingent visual motion aftereffects. PLoS ONE, 7(5), e36803.
  • Kobayashi, M., Teramoto, W., Hidaka, S. and Sugita, Y, (2012) Indiscriminable sounds determine the direction of visual motion. Scientific Reports, 2, 365.
  • Hidaka, S., Teramoto, W., and Nagai, M. (2012) Sound can enhance the suppression of visual target detection in apparent motion trajectory. Vision Research, 59, 25-33.
  • Cui, Z., Teramoto, W., Sakamoto, S., Iwaya, Y., and Suzuki, Y. (2012) The effect of self-motion perception on horizontal sound localization in front and rear spaces, The Transaction of Human Interface Society, 14, 41-48 (in Japanese).
  • Teramoto, W., Hidaka, S., Sugita, Y., Sakamoto, S., Gyoba, J., Iwaya, Y., and Suzuki, Y. (2012) Sounds can alter the perceived direction of a moving visual object, Journal of Vision, 12(3), article 11.
  • Hidaka, S., Teramoto, W., Kobayashi, M., and Sugita, Y. (2011) Sound-contingent visual motion aftereffect. BMC Neuroscience, 12, 1-6.
  • Hidaka, S., Teramoto, W., Sugita, Y., Manaka, Y., Sakamoto, S., and Suzuki, Y. (2011) Auditory motion information drives visual motion perception. PLoS ONE, 6, e17499.
  • Teramoto W., and Riecke, B. E. (2010) Dynamic visual information facilitates object recognition from novel views, Journal of Vision, 10, article 11.
  • Teramoto, W., Hidaka, S., and Sugita, Y. (2010) Sounds move a static visual object, PLoS ONE, 5, e12255.
  • Hidaka, S., Teramoto, W., Gyoba, J., and Suzuki, Y. (2010) Sound can prolong the visible persistence of moving visual objects, Vision Research, 50, 2093–2099.
  • Teramoto, W., Hidaka, S., Gyoba, J., and Suzuki, Y. (2010) Auditory temporal cues can modulate visual representational momentum, Attention, Perception & Psychophysics, 72, 2215–2226.
  • Teramoto, W., Manaka, Y., Hidaka, S., Sugita, Y., Miyauchi, R., Sakamoto, S., Gyoba, J., Iwaya, Y., and Suzuki, Y. (2010) Visual motion perception induced by sounds in vertical plane, Neuroscience Letters, 479, 221–225.
  • Teramoto, W., Yoshida, K., Hidaka, S., Asai, N., Gyoba, J., Sakamoto, S., Iwaya, Y., and Suzuki, Y. (2010), Spatio-temporal characteristics responsible for high “Vraisemblance!”, Transactions of the Virtual Reality Society of Japan, vol.15(3), 483–486 (in Japanese).
  • Teramoto, W., Yoshida, K., Asai, N., Hidaka, S., Gyoba, J., and Suzuki, Y. (2010) What is “sense of presence”: A non-researcher's understanding of sense of presence, Transactions of the Virtual Reality Society of Japan, 15, 7–16 (in Japanese).
  • Hidaka, S., Manaka, Y., Teramoto, W., Sugita, Y., Miyauchi, R., Gyoba, J., Suzuki, Y., and Iwaya, Y. (2009) Alternation of Sound Location Induces Visual Motion Perception of a Static Object, PLoS ONE, 4, e8188.
  • Teramoto W., Watanabe H., Umemura H. and Kita S. (2008) Change of Temporal-order judgment of sounds during long-lasting exposure to large-field visual motion, Perception, 37, 1649–1666.
  • Watanabe H., Teramoto W., and Umemura H. (2007) Effect of predictive sign of acceleration on heart rate variability in passive translation situation: preliminary evidence using visual and vestibular stimuli in VR environment, Journal of Neuro Engineering and Rehabilitation, 4, 36.
  • Teramoto, W., Watanabe, H., Umemura, H., Matsuoka, K., and Kita, S. (2004) Judgment Biases of Temporal Order during Apparent Self-Motion, IEICE Transactions on Information and Systems, E87-D, 1466–1476.
  • Teramoto, W., Watanabe, H., Umemura, H., Matsuoka, K., and Kita, S. (2004) Objective measure of visually induced self-motion perception using optokinetic nystagmus, Transactions of the Virtual Reality Society of Japan, 9, 51–60 (in Japanese).

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Grants

  • 平成27年度〜平成28年度 日本学術振興会科学研究費補助金(萌芽研究 15K12039)「バーチャル・リ アリティ空間に 提示される「ひ と」の実在感」研究代表者
  • 平成26年度~平成29年度 日本学術振興会科学研究費補助金(基盤研究B 26285160)「異種感覚情報統合の学習メカニズムとその神経基盤の解明」研究代表者
  • 平成26年度~平成28年度 日本学術振興会科学研究費補助金(基盤研究B 26280067)「人間の外界空間認識過程に基づく自己運動感応型バーチャル視聴覚空間創成技術の確立」研究分担者(代表:坂本修一)
  • 平成25年度~平成28年度 日本学術振興会科学研究費補助金(基盤研究A 25245068)「身体に根ざした認知の生涯発達と神経可塑性」研究分担者(代表:積山薫)
  • 平成24年度~平成25年度 日本学術振興会科学研究費補助金(挑戦的萌芽研究 24650059)「他者の存在を知覚するメカニズムの解明−聴覚と触覚のインタラクション−」研究分担者(代表:小林まおり)
  • 平成24年度~平成26年度 日本学術振興会研究費補助金(基盤研究C 24500270)「災害時にも利用可能な低ビットレートによる画像・動画像通信の研究」研究分担者(代表:鈴木幸司)
  • 平成23年度 科学技術振興機構 研究成果最適展開支援プログラム(A-STEP) FSステージ 探索タイプ「バーチャルリアリティ評価のための心理・生理的評価法の開発」研究代表者
  • 平成23年度~平成25年度 日本学術振興会科学研究費補助金(若手研究B 23730693)「視覚及び前庭覚による自己運動情報が聴覚空間形成に及ぼす影響の解明」研究代表者
  • 平成22年度〜平成23年度 日本学術振興会科学研究費補助金(基盤研究B 22300091)「物体触知の能動性:注意移動と運動制御に関する心理学実験と生理学実験」研究分担者(代表:喜多伸一)
  • 平成21年度~平成22年度 文部科学省科学研究費補助金(若手研究B 21730585)「広視野視覚運動情報によって形成される聴覚空間の歪みの検証」研究代表者
  • 平成17年度~平成19年度 日本学術振興会科学研究費補助金(特別研究員奨励費 05J00057)「動的視覚環境での人間の知覚・行動特性に関するバーチャルリアリティ実験」研究代表者
  • 平成16年度 財団法人科学技術融合振興財団 シミュレーション&ゲーミングの先進的独創的な手法の研究 調査研究補助金受給 研究代表者