2017.6
The paper appeared online in Appetite

Endo H, Ino S, Fujisaki W.(in press) Texture-dependent effects of pseudo-chewing sound on perceived food texture and evoked feelings in response to nursing care foods, Appetite, 116,493-501.

2017.3
The paper appered in Journal of Advanced Computational Intelligence and Intelligent Informatics

Endo H, Kaneko H, Ino S, Fujisaki W.(2017) An attempt to improve food/sound congruity using an electromyogram pseudo-chewing sound presentation, JACIII, 21(2), 342-349.

2016.06
The paper appeared online in Perception (online first)

Kanaya, Kariya & Fujisaki (in press) Cross-modal correspondence between vision, audition, and touch in natural objects: an investigation of the perceptual properties of wood, Perception, X, XX-XX.link to the paper

2015.04
The paper appeared online in the Special Issue on Perception of Material Properties in Vision Research

Fujisaki, W., Tokita., M, & Kariya, K (2015) "Perception of the Material Properties of Wood based on Vision, Audition, and Touch", 109, 185-200.link to the paper

2015.03
The paper appeared online in Perception

Kanaya, S., Fujisaki, W., Nishida, S., Furukawa, S., & Yokosawa, K (2015) Effects of frequency separation and diotic/dichotic presentations on the alternation frequency limits in audition derived from a temporal phase discrimination task, Perception, 44,198-214.

2014.07
Presented in The 10th Asia-Pacific Conference on Vision(APCV)

Fujisaki, W.,Goda, N., Motoyoshi, I., Komatsu, H., & Nishida, S. Optimal audiovisual integration of object appearance and impact sounds in human perception of materials

2014.04
The paper appeared online in the Journal of Vision.

Fujisaki, W.,Goda, N., Motoyoshi, I., Komatsu, H., & Nishida, S. (2014) Audiovisual integration in the human perception of materials, Journal of Vision, vol. 14 no. 4 article 12 doi: 10.1167/14.4.12→link to the paper

2012.09
Presented in The European Conference on Visual Perception (by Shin'ya Nishida, NTT)

Not glass but plastic - Audiovisual integration in human material perception (Nishida, Fujisaki, Goda, Motoyoshi, Komatsu)

2012.06
The chapter appeared in the book "The New Handbook of Multisensory Processes" (editor: Stein BE., MIT Press).

Fujisaki, W., Kitazawa, S., & Nishida, S. (2012) Multisensory Timing, in Stein BE Ed. The New Handbook of Multisensory Processes, MIT Press

2012.05
Presented in the 12th Vision Sciences Society Annual Meeting (Naples, Florida, USA)

Temporal frequency limits for within- and cross-attribute binding in vision and audition (Kanaya, Fujisaki, Nishida, Yokosawa)

2012.03
The paper appeared online in the Frontiers in Psychology.

Fujisaki, W. (2012) Effects of delayed visual feedback on Grooved Pegboard test performance, Frontiers in Psychology, 3:61. doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2012.00061→link to the paper

2011.10
Presented in the 12th International Multisensory Research Forum (Fukuoka, Japan)
2011.04
The paper appeared online in the PLoS One.

Roseboom, W., Nishida, S., Fujisaki, W. & Arnold, D.H. (2011). Audio-Visual Speech Timing Sensitivity Is Enhanced in Cluttered Conditions, PLoS ONE 6(4): e18309. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0018309.→link to the paper

2010.08
The paper appeared in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B Biological Sciences.

Fujisaki W, Nishida S. (2010) A common perceptual temporal limit of binding synchronous inputs across different sensory attributes and modalities, Proc Biol Sci. 2010 Aug 7;277(1692):2281-90. Epub 2010 Mar 24.→link to the paper

2010.06
Presented in the 11th International Multisensory Research Forum (Liverpool, UK)
2009.08
The paper appeared in Experimental Brain Research.

Fujisaki, W & Nishida, S (2009) Audio-tactile superiority over visuo-tactile and audio-visual combinations in temporal resolution of synchrony perception, Exp Brain Res. , 198(2-3):245-59. Epub 2009 Jun 5.

2009.05
Will present in the Vision Sciences Society 9th annual meeting (USA).withdrawn
2009.05
Renewed this web site.
2008.07
Presented in the 9th International Multisensory Research Forum (Hamburg, Germany)
2008.04
LinkIconStarted working at AIST.