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Kazuo UEDA Last modified date:2017.09.26

Associate Professor / Perceptual Psychology / Department of Human Science / Faculty of Design


Presentations
1. Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA, Kazuo UEDA, Gerard Remijn, Yuko Yamashita, Takuya KISHIDA, Phonology and psychophysics: Is sonority real?, Fechner Day 2017 : The 33rd Annual Meeting of the International Society for Psychophysics, 2017.10.25.
2. Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA, Mizuki Matsuda, Kazuo UEDA, Gerard Remijn, Temporal resolution needed for auditory communication: Measurement with mosaic speech, Fechner Day 2017 : The 33rd Annual Meeting of the International Society for Psychophysics, 2017.10.24.
3. Kazuo UEDA, Akie Shibata, Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA, Katharina Rost, Florian Kattner, Wolfgang Ellermeier, Irrelevant sound effects with locally time-reversed speech: Real performance difference between German and Japanese native speakers?, Fechner Day 2017 : The 33rd Annual Meeting of the International Society for Psychophysics, 2017.10.24.
4. Kazuo UEDA, Nozomi Inui, Kaisei Shiraki, Valter Ciocca, Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA, Gerard Remijn, Perceptual restoration of interrupted locally time-reversed speech, Fechner Day 2017 : The 33rd Annual Meeting of the International Society for Psychophysics, 2017.10.24.
5. Jo¥~{a}o Paulo Cabral, Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA, Kazuo UEDA, Gerard Remijn, The perception and recognition of auditory icons by Japanese drivers, Fechner Day 2017 : The 33rd Annual Meeting of the International Society for Psychophysics, 2017.10.24.
6. Wolfgang Ellermeier, Florian Kattner, Kazuo UEDA, Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA, Irrelevant sound effects with locally time-reversed speech, Fechner Day 2017 : The 33rd Annual Meeting of the International Society for Psychophysics, 2017.10.23.
7. Takuya KISHIDA, Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA, Kazuo UEDA, Gerard Remijn, Sophia Arndt, Mark A. Elliott, Intelligibility of English noise-vocoded speech resynthesized from spectral-change factors, Fechner Day 2017 : The 33rd Annual Meeting of the International Society for Psychophysics, 2017.10.23.
8. Kazuo UEDA, Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA, Demonstrations of Locally Time-Reversed Choral Music in Four Different Languages, The 6th Conference of the Asia-Pacific Society for the Cognitive Sciences of Music, 2017.08.26.
9. Noise-vocoded speech resynthesized from critical-band power-fluctuation factors: The effect of factor elimination on speech intelligibility.
10. Kazuo UEDA, Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA, Wolfgang ELLERMEIER, Florian KATTNER, Intelligibility of locally time-reversed speech: A multilingual comparison with normalizing speech rates, 日本音響学会春季研究発表会, 2017.03.17.
11. Kazuo UEDA, Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA, Wolfgang ELLERMEIER, Florian KATTNER, Intelligibility of locally time-reversed speech in four languages: Chinese, English, German, and Japanese, The 29th Perceptual Frontier Seminar: Poster Symposium in Summer, 2016.08.22.
12. Takuya KISHIDA, Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA, Kazuo UEDA, Gerard Remijn, Effects of factor elimination on intelligibility of noise-vocoded Japanese speech, The 31st International Congress of Psychology 2016 (ICP2016), 2016.07.28.
13. Hiroaki YANO, Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA, Kazuo UEDA, Gerard Remijn, The effect of sound on visual grouping in a multi-stable stimulus, The 31st International Congress of Psychology 2016 (ICP2016), 2016.07.27.
14. Kazuo UEDA, Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA, Shunsuke TAMURA, Akihiko SHICHIDA, Wolfgang ELLERMEIER, Florian KATTNER, Stephan DAEBLER, Ngar Nie NEO, Intelligibility of locally time-reversed speech in Chinese, English, German, and Japanese, The 31st International Congress of Psychology 2016 (ICP2016), 2016.07.26.
15. Asuka ONO, Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA, Kazuo UEDA, Gerard Remijn, The speech-to-song illusion in Japanese, The 31st International Congress of Psychology 2016 (ICP2016), 2016.07.25.
16. Kunito IIDA, Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA, Kazuo UEDA, Gerard B. REMIJN, Yukihiro SERIZAWA, Effects of the duration and the frequency of temporal gaps on the subjective distortedness of music fragments, ICMPC14, the 14th International Conference for Music Perception and Cognition, 2016.07.
17. Kazuo UEDA, Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA, Wolfgang ELLERMEIER, Florian KATTNER, A multilingual comparison of intelligibility in locally time-reversed speech, 日本音響学会聴覚研究会, 2016.05.20.
18. Kazuo UEDA, Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA, Shunsuke TAMURA, Akihiko SHICHIDA, Wolfgang ELLERMEIER, Florian KATTNER, Stephan DAEBLER, Ngar Nie NEO, Intelligibility of locally time-reversed speech in four different languages, The 2nd Annual Meeting of the Society for Bioacoustics, 2015.12.12.
19. Kazuo Ueda, Yoshitaka Nakajima, Shunsuke Tamura, Akihiko Shichida, Wolfgang Ellermeier, Florian Kattner, Stephan Daebler, Ngar Nie Neo, Intelligibility of locally time-reversed speech in four different languages: A fairly constant effect of segment duration, Lunch hour Colloquium, 2015.10.14.
20. Kazuo UEDA, Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA, Shunsuke TAMURA, Wolfgang Ellermeier, Florian Kattner, Stephan Daebler, The effect of segment duration on the intelligibility of locally time-reversed speech: A multilingual comparison, The 31st Annual Meeting of the International Society for Psychophysics, Fechner Day 2015, 2015.08.18.
21. Takuya KISHIDA, Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA, Kazuo UEDA, Gerard B. REMIJN, A critical number of power-fluctuation factors needed for Japanese noise-vocoded speech perception, The 31st Annual Meeting of the International Society for Psychophysics, Fechner Day 2015, 2015.08.21.
22. Emi HASUO, Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA, Takuya KISHIDA, Gerard B. REMIJN, Kazuo UEDA, Perceived durations of filled and empty intervals, The 31st Annual Meeting of the International Society for Psychophysics, Fechner Day 2015, 2015.08.19.
23. On the intelligibility of Japanese speech reduced into and resynthesized from principal-component spaces.
24. Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA, Takayuki SASAKI, Kazuo UEDA, Gerard B. REMIJN, Auditory Grammar in music: Demonstrations, The 48th Colloquium on Perception and International Five-Sense Symposium, 2015.03.07.
25. Takuya KISHIDA, Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA, Kazuo UEDA, Gerard B. REMIJN, Perceptual roles of power-fluctuation factors in Japanese speech, The 48th Colloquium on Perception and International Five-Sense Symposium, 2015.03.06.
26. Shinya ISAJI, Kazuo UEDA, Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA, Gerard B. REMIJN, Speech intelligibility mapped onto a time-frequency resolution plane, The Auditory Research Meeting, 2014.12.20.
27. Takuya KISHIDA, Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA, Kazuo UEDA, Gerard B. REMIJN, Perceptual roles of power-fluctuation factors in speech perception: A new method of factor analysis, The Auditory Research Meeting, 2014.12.20.
28. Shinya ISAJI, Kazuo UEDA, Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA, Gerard B. REMIJN, Tiled speech: Psychophysics of speech intelligibility, The 19th Auditory Research Forum and the 1st Annual Meeting of the Society for Bioacoustics, 2014.12.13.
29. Kazuo UEDA, Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA, Three factors or four? Factor analyses of spoken sentences revisited, The 19th Auditory Research Forum and the 1st Annual Meeting of the Society for Bioacoustics, 2014.12.13.
30. Auditory Grammar: An intimate connection between perceptual organization and auditory communication.
31. Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA, Takayuki SASAKI, Kazuo UEDA, Gerard B. REMIJN, Auditory Grammar in Music, ICMPC 13-APSCOM 5, 2014.08.08.
32. Emi HASUO, Kazuo UEDA, Takuya KISHIDA, Haruna FUJIHIRA, Satoshi MORIMOTO, Gerard B. REMIJN, Kimio Shiraishi, Shozo Tobimatsu, Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA, Duration perception of filled and empty intervals: A study with magnitude estimation and electroencephalography, ICMPC 13-APSCOM 5, 2014.08.05.
33. Takuya KISHIDA, Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA, Kazuo UEDA, Gerard B. REMIJN, Perceptual Roles of Power Fluctuation Factors in Speech , ICMPC 13-APSCOM 5, 2014.08.04.
34. Gerard B. REMIJN, Yushiro TSUBAKI, Kazuo UEDA, Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA, Auditory Reorganization of Gliding Tones in Different Frequency Ranges, ICMPC 13-APSCOM 5, 2014.08.04.
35. Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA, Mizuki MATSUDA, Gerard B. REMIJN, Kazuo UEDA, Temporal resolution needed to hear out Japanese morae in mosaic speech, The Auditory Research Meeting, 2014.05.31.
36. Auditory Grammar applied to speech perception.
37. Auditory Grammar.
38. Effects of Frequency-Band Elimination on Identification of Noise-Vocoded Japanese Syllables.
39. Factor Analyses of Critical-Band Filtered Normal and Whispered Speech.
40. Shinya ISAJI, Kazuo UEDA, Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA, Effects of frequency-band elimination on identification of noise-vocoded Japanese syllables, The 18th Auditory Research Forum, 2013.12.14.
41. Kazuo UEDA, Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA, Takuya FUJIOKA, Factor analyses of power fluctuations in spoken sentences: applying cepstral analyses, The 18th Auditory Research Forum, 2013.12.14.
42. Takuya KISHIDA, Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA, Kazuo UEDA, Effects of elimination of power-fluctuation factors from critical-band noise-vocoded speech, The 29th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Psychophysics, 2013.10.22.
43. Kazuo UEDA, Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA, Takuya FUJIOKA, Factor analyses of power fluctuations in spoken sentences of eight languages: Analyses of individual data, The 29th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Psychophysics, 2013.10.22.
44. Emi HASUO, Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA, Takuya KISHIDA, Erika Tomimatsu, Kazuo UEDA, Simon GRONDIN, The filled duration illusion with the method of adjustment when filled vs. empty comparison intervals are used, The 29th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Psychophysics, 2013.10.22.
45. Kazuo UEDA, Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA, Takuya FUJIOKA, Finding acoustic commonality in different languages and speakers: A multivariate approach to spoken sentences, Seminar at INSERM, 2013.10.21.
46. Takuya KISHIDA, Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA, Kazuo UEDA, Gerard B. REMIJN, Takuya FUJIOKA, Perceptual roles of power-fluctuation factors of speech sound revealed by cepstral liftering and zero-shifted factor analysis, The 22nd Virtual Reality Psychology International Conference, 2013.10.12.
47. Kazuo UEDA, Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA, Kana DOUMOTO, Wolfgang ELLERMEIER, Florian KATTNER, Disruptive effect of unattended noise-vocoded speech on recall of visually presented digits: Interaction between the number of frequency bands and languages, 21st International Congress on Acoustics, 165th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, 52nd Meeting of the Canadian Acoustical Association, 2013.06.06.
48. Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA, Kazuo UEDA, Shota FUJIMARU, Yuki OHSAKA, Sonority in British English, 21st International Congress on Acoustics, 165th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, 52nd Meeting of the Canadian Acoustical Association, 2013.06.05.
49. Feng LI, Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA, Kazuo UEDA, Influence of duration on the perception of consonants /x/ and /j/ in Chinese, 21st International Congress on Acoustics, 165th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, 52nd Meeting of the Canadian Acoustical Association, 2013.06.04.
50. Comparison of Factors Extracted from Power Fluctuations in Critical-Band-Filtered Homophonic Choral Music.
51. Mosaic speech: Time and frequency resolution necessary for auditory communication.
52. Multivariate analyses and resyntheses of singing voices.
53. Emi HASUO, Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA, Erika Tomimatsu, Simon GRONDIN, Kazuo UEDA, Perceiving filled vs. empty time intervals: A comparison of adjustment and magnitude estimation methods, Fechner Day 2012, the 28th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Psychophysics, 2012.10.21.
54. Kazuo UEDA, Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA, Kiyoto NOGUCHI, Yuichi SATSUKAWA, Perceptual roles of different frequency bands in Japanese syllable identification, Fechner Day 2012, the 28th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Psychophysics, 2012.10.20.
55. Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA, Kazuo UEDA, Shota FUJIMARU, Hirotoshi MOTOMURA, Yuki OHSAKA, Acoustical correlate of phonological sonority in British English, Fechner Day 2012, the 28th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Psychophysics, 2012.10.20.
56. Tsuyoshi KURODA, Simon GRONDIN, Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA, Kazuo UEDA, French and English rhythms are perceptually discriminable with only intensity changes in low frequency regions of speech, Fechner Day 2012, the 28th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Psychophysics, 2012.10.20.
57. Kazuo UEDA, Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA, Comparison of factors extracted from power fluctuations in critical-band-filtered homophonic choral music, The 12th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition and the 8th Triennial Conference of the European Society for the Cognitive Sciences of Music, 2012.07.27.
58. What are people listening to when they hear speech?.
59. Disruptive effect of unattended noise-vocoded speech.
60. A study for practical application of a quasi-real-time consonant-enhancement system.
61. Effects of frequency-band elimination on syllable identification in Japanese noise-vocoded speech: Analyses with two speakers.
62. Developmental process of speech production in infancy: Comparison of Japanese- and English-learning infants.
63. ERP measurements and rating scale judgments of normal and whispered speech.
64. Application of a quasi-real-time consonant enhancement system to speech sentences.
65. Disruptive effect of unattended noise-vocoded speech on recall of visually presented digits: Interaction between the number of frequency bands and languages.
66. Perception of English plural endings in Japanese young adults.
67. Effects of frequency-band elimination on syllable identification of Japanese noise-vocoded speech: Analyses of confusion matirices using amount of information transmitted.
68. The intelligibility of Japanese and German noise-vocoded speech.
69. Factor analyses of power fluctuations in critical-band-filtered chorus.
70. Effects of Frequency-Band Elimination on Syllable Identification of Japanese Noise-Vocoded Speech: Analyses of Confusion Matrices.
71. An acoustic language universal: A perceptual experiment employing noise-vocoded speech.
72. The effect of amplitude envelope coherence across frequency bands on the intelligibility of noise-vocoded speech.
73. A consistent clustering of power fluctuations in British English, French, German, and Japanese.
74. A computational approach to speech perception: A consistent clustering of power fluctuations in English, French, German, and Japanese.
75. Common factors observed in power fluctuations of British English, French, German and Japanese speech: A computational approach to speech perception.
76. A computational approach to speech perception: Common factors to Japanese and British English.
77. Critical-band-filter analyses of speech sentences: Common factors across Japanese, British English, French, and German..
78. Relationship between factor scores and phonemes in a factor analysis of English speech..
79. A critical-band-filtered analysis of Japanese speech sentences.
80. Factor analyses of critical-band-filtered speech of British English and Japanese.
81. Factor Analyses of critical-band-filtered speech of Japanese.
82. A critical-band-filter analysis of speech sentences in Japanese.
83. Principal component analyses on critical-band-filtered British English.
84. Principal component analyses of critical-band-filtered speech.
85. Critical-band filter analysis of speech sentences.
86. Critical-band-filter analysis of speech sentences: A case of British English.
87. A system to improve the compatibility between departure signals and speech announcements.
88. English /r/ and /l/ identification by native and non-native listeners in noise: applying screening text, signal-to-noise ratio variation, and training.
89. Is Speech Special?.
90. Auditory Organization and Auditory Scene Analysis.
91. Perceptual organization of onsets and offsets of sounds.
92. An artificial environment is often a noisy environment: Auditory scene analysis and speech perception in noise.
93. Perception of American English phonemes under noise by native speakers of Japanese.
94. Pitch difference limens: The effects of sound source frequency and vocal tract function.
95. Speech perception in a noisy environment: The implication of auditory scene analysis.
96. Pitch differential limens of synthesized speech: The effect of fundamental frequency change.
97. Pitch differential liments of synthesized speech: The effect of fundamental frequency change.
98. Identification of English /r/ and /l/ in noise: The effects of training and signal-to-noise ratio.
99. Identification of English /r/ and /l/ in white noise by Japanese-native speakers: The effects of training and signal-to-noise ratio.
100. Identification of English /r/ and /l/ in white noise by native and non-native listeners.
101. Technical listening training: Improvement of sound sensitivity for acoustic engineers and sound designers.
102. Technical listening training: Education program of sensitivity to sounds for acoustic designers.
103. The effects of noise on English /r/-/l/ perception.
104. Identification of English /r/-/l/ in white noise: Comparison between English speakers and Japanese speakers.
105. Identification of English /r/-/l/ under noise.
106. Identification of English /r/-/l/ in white noise: Comparison between English speakers and Japanese speakers.
107. Short-term auditory memory interference: Dual task load and streaming.
108. Short-term auditory memory interference: dual task load and streaming.
109. Short-term auditory memory interference: task load and streaming.
110. Short-term auditory memory interference: dual task load and streaming.
111. Short-term auditory memory interference: The effect of speech pitch salience.
112. Short-term auditory memory interference: The effect of speech pitch salience.
113. Short-term auditory memory interference: The effect of speech pitch salience.
114. Kazuo UEDA, A hierarchical structure for adjectives describing timbre, Third joint meeting of Acoust. Soc. Am. and Acoust. Soc. Jpn., 1996.12.05.
115. Kazuo Ueda, Auditory short-term memory interference: Deutsch's demonstration revisited, Third joint meeting of Acoust. Soc. Am. and Acoust. Soc. Jpn., 1996.12.03.
116. Catherine Semal, Laurent Demany, Kazuo UEDA, Pierre Hallé, Short-term pitch memory: Speech versus nonspeech, The 11th meeting of the International Society for Psychophysics, 1995.10.
117. Tatsuya Hirahara, Kazuo UEDA, Investigation of headphones suitable for psychoacoustical experiments, The 119th meeting of Acoustical Society of America, 1990.05.24.
118. Kazuo UEDA, Tatsuya Hirahara, Frequency response of headphones measured in free field and diffuse field by loudness comparison, The 119th meeting of Acoustical Society of America, 1990.05.24.