24 Feb. 2022 A paper co-authored by Prof. Wen Wen (B03, Univ. of Tokyo) and Prof. Hiroshi Imamizu (A03, Univ. of Tokyo) has been published in Nature Reviews Psychology. Their paper covers recent studies on the sense of agency, in which our research project has interests as a psychological factor facilitating “Hyper-adaptivility.” They reviewed roles of the sense of agency in human perception and behaviour as well as its applications to human-machine interactions. Journal: Nature Reviews Psychology (launched January 2022） Title: The sense of agency in perception, behaviour and human-machine interactions Authors: Wen Wen and Hiroshi Imamizu Journal URL: https://www.nature.com/articles/s44159-022-00030-6 Full-text under Springer Nature SharedIt Initiative*：https://rdcu.be/cHF1t *https://www.springernature.com/gp/researchers/sharedit
Prof. Isa (A01, Kyoto Univ) gave a lecture at the NIH Neuroscience Seminar Series (NIH, USA, February 3rd, 2002) on the subject related to the hyper adaptability.The movie of the lecture can be watched from the website of NIH.https://videocast.nih.gov/PastEvents?c=16
“Hyper-adaptability” project is adopted in the Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (KAKENHI) on Innovative Areas
“Hyper-adaptability for overcoming body-brain dysfunction: Integrated empirical and system theoretical approaches” (Area organizer: professor Jun OTA, The University of Tokyo) is adopted in the Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (KAKNHI) on Innovative Areas (FY 2019-2023).