Shusaku Nomura

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This study aims to evaluate student physiological response towards the e-learning materials. The experiments were conducted by introducing two contracting e-learning materials, i.e., the one is characterized as interactive material and the other is non-interactive one. During the experiment physiological sensor, i.e., galvanic skin response (GSR) sensor was(More)
Stress is a risk factor for the onset of mental disorders. Although stress response varies across individuals, the mechanism of individual differences remains unclear. Here, we investigated the neural basis of individual differences in response to mental stress using magnetoencephalography (MEG). Twenty healthy male volunteers completed the Temperament and(More)
Providing attractive and interesting e-learning course materials as well as delivering normal lectures in class are important issues in an e-learning society. Knowing about this issue, first, it is essential to investigate student interest about topics and types of e-learning courses delivered by measuring the students' responses. Thus, this study engages(More)
Our experience tells us the power of music on human body and mind. Moreover a series of psycho-physiological studies has revealed the positive effects of music on human autonomous nervous system such as alleviating the symptom of the hypertension. However little has been known about the effects of music on human endocrine system, which plays the dominant(More)
The overall aim of the study is to develop the ambient drowsiness control programs based on driver’s physiological states. this study is developed and verified of a system that controls a driver’s drowsiness a stimulus that is too small to be noticed by a driver. Most studies on driver drowsiness have focused on the detection or evaluation of psychological(More)