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Syunsuke Kidani Assistant Professor
School of Information Science、Human Life Design Area

■Degrees

B.S. from Osaka Institute of Technology (2006), M.S. from Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (2008), Ph.D from Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (2012)

■Professional Career

Part-time Lecturer at Kanazawa University (2012), Postdoctoral Researcher at Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (2012), Research Associate at NTT Communication Science Laboratories (2013), Assistant Professor at Hokuriku University (2015), Acadmic collaboration advisor at Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (2016), Part-time Lecturer at Kanazawa University (2017), Part-time Lecturer at Hokuriku University (2018)

■Publications

◇Published Papers

  • Light-Synchronized Tapping Task as an Objective Method for Estimating Auditory Detection Threshold,Shigeto Furukawa, Kazuki Onikura, Shunsuke Kidani, Masaharu Kato, and Norimichi Kitagawa,Acoustical Science and Technology,39,1,30-36
  • Correspondences among pupillary dilation response, subjective salience of sounds, and loudness,Hsin-I Liao, Shunsuke Kidani, Makoto Yoneya, Makio Kashino, and Shigeto Furukawa,Psychonomic Bulletin & Review,23,2,412-425
  • Human pupillary dilation response to deviant auditory stimuli: effects of stimulus properties and voluntary attention,Hsin-I Liao, Makoto Yoneya, Shunsuke Kidani, Makio Kashino, and Shigeto Furukawa,Frontiers in Neuroscience,10.3389/fnins.2016.00043

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◇Lectures and Presentations

  • Can Pupil Dilation Response be a Marker for Auditory Salience?,Hsin-I Liao, Makoto Yoneya, Shunsuke Kidani, Makio Kashino, and Shigeto Furukawa,IEEE the 2014 International Conference on Complex Medical Engineering,Taipei
  • Presentation effect of cue tone on tuning of auditory filter for several frequencies,Shunsuke Kidani, Ryota Miyauchi, and Masashi Unoki,Tohoku Universal Acoustical Communication Month 2018,Sendai
  • Detecting auditory changes by pupillary response,Hsin-I Liao, Makoto Yoneya, Shunsuke Kidani, Nicolas Barascud, Sijia Zhao, Maria Chait, Makio Kashino, and Shigeto Furukawa,5th Joint Meeting: Acoustical Society of America and Acoustical Society of Japan,Honolulu

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