Where value comes from?
The brain integrates various sensory inputs and evaluates the item or environment by referring to knowledge and memory, but the process is still full of mysteries. Various behavioral experiments and neural measurements have revealed the mysterious reality.
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Memorising has already started since you distracted (poster presentation)
Blue sky, brilliant beach and gorgeous pools! If you see those, you must be distracted by them. Unfo
Anxiety increases visual attention to hedonic foods (Paper accepted)
Two types of affect influence consumers’ attention: incidental affect unrelated to a particula
Crossmodal correspondences between voice pitch and tastes increase advertising effectiveness (poster presentation)
I gave a poster presentation at Multisensory conference. The title was "Crossmodal corresponden
Crossmodal correspondences between feeling warm and light colors influence consumer behavior（paper accepted）
Consumers are often surrounded by somatosensory (e.g., warmth) and visual (e.g., color) information.
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"The paradox of warmth: Ambient warm temperature decreases preference for savory foods" wa
Warmth and food preference (invited talk)
Kosuke motoki talked about the influence of ambient temperatures on food preferences at a sectional
Light colors and comfortable warmth（oral presentaion）
Kosuke motoki talked about the influence of ambient temperatures on preferences for colored products
Warmth and food preference（Oral presentation）
Kosuke motoki talked about the influence of ambient temperatures on food preferences at SenseAsia 20
Ambient warm temperature decreases preferences for savory food (paper accepted)
Motoki and colleagues show that ambient warm temperatures decrease preferences for savory foods but
Disgusted Consumers Dislike Food More than Sad Ones (paper accepted)
Motoki and Sugiura 2018 shows that incidental emotion influences later food preference. Incidental d