MATSUDA Noriyuki

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Name
MATSUDA Noriyuki
Degree
Ph. D.(University of Maryland (U. S. A.)), M. A.(Emory University (U. S. A.))

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
 
   
 
Professor, University of Tsukuba Graduate School of Systems and Information Engineering, Graduate School of Systems and Information Engineering Doctoral Program in Social Systems and Management
 
1996
   
 
- Univ. of Tsukuba, Professor
 
1985
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1996
 Univ. of Tsukuba, Associate Professor
 
1980
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1985
 University of Tsukuba, Assistant Professor
 
1991
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1992
 Washington State University, Visiting Researcher
 

Education

 
 
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1980
Sociology, Graduate School, Division of Law, University of Maryland, Graduate School
 
 
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1971
Educational Psychology, Faculty of Education, Kyoto University
 

Misc

 
Exploration of the Web Semantic Interfaces by Network Analysis, Focusing on the Textual Structures and Eye-Tracking Behavior.
   2009
Finding core neighborhoods and communities in the Web semantics networks by σiui of SVD:--Selection of terms in proportion to σi2/σ12.
In Proceedings of the Annual Conference of Japan Behaviormetric Society, Seikei University, Tokyo. 2009.      2009
Network Analysis of the Web Semantic Interfaces: Exploration of Textual Structures and Eye-Tracking Records
   2009
What will emerge from network analysis of shifts of interests of web page readers?--Another use of eye-tracking records.
In Proceedings of IADIS Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction (IHCI), paper #38, June 20-22, Algrave, Portugal, 2009.      2009
Effect of visual presentation in recognizing emotion expressed in a musical performance.
In Proceedings of 2008 IEEE on SMC, P0339. Singapore.   12-15   2008

Books etc

 
Risk perceptions in the risk society: The cognitive architecture of risk of Japanese and Americans. In Y. Murakami, N. Kawamura and S. Chiba (eds.) Toward a peaceable future, Chapter. 10.
Pullman, WA: The Tomas S. Foley Institute for Public Policy and Public Service   2005   
A Close Examination of Cross-Cultural Perceptions about Non-Nuclear Risks by Covariance Structure Analysis. In S.Kondo & K. Furuta (Eds). PSAM5-Probabilistic Safety Assesment and Management, Vol. 3, 1833-1837.
Tokyo: Universal Academy Press.   2000   
The cognitive architecture of risk: Pancultural unity or cultural shaping? In O. Renn and B. Rohrmann (Eds.) Comparative risk perception, Chapter 5.
Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Kluwer   2000   
The cognitive architecture of risk perception
Comparative Risk Perception   2000   
Multivariate Analysis of Qualitative Information
EBSA   2000   

Association Memberships

 
 

Research Grants & Projects

 
Support and Analysis of Kanseic Judgment, Risk Perception
Risk Perception