Chihrio Asanoi

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SUMMARY:

  • Has participated in a number of experimental psychological researches, in particular, perception of Biological Motion in visually impairment person.
  • Clinical expertise: clinical experience as a therapist, optometrist for visual impairment people at Tokyo Light House and Network assist Takaoka, and Kanagawa Rehabilitation Hospital.
  • Scientific expertise: analyzing findings and data and initial interview for clients, planning and running projects in motion perception of visual  impairment person.
  • Grant application: For research project applied from Toyama Prefecture

    EXPERIENCE:

    Tokyo Light House 2012-

  • Planning and running projects in motion perception of visually impairment person
  • Analyzing findings and data, and summarizing for conferences, papers
  • Data visualization and statistical analysis for projects

    Kanagawa Rehabilitation Hospital 2011-2012

  • Measuring of visual acuity on patient
  • Data visualization and statistical analysis for conference

    Network Assist Takaoka 2006-2009

  • Initial interview for clients
  • ICT instruction for visually impairment person
  • Planning and running project in the access route to the rehabilitation services in persons with acquired visual impairment

    PUBLICATIONS:

  • Asanoi C, Osada, Y. The effect of the amplitude of movement of a Point-Lights Walker
    on perception of gender recognition and perception of “human-likeness”. Rikkyo Psychological Research(in Japanese), 2006: 48, 7-14.

  • Asanoi C,  Osada Y. The perception of a Point Light Walker across a slit- The Perception of “human likeness”-. The Japanese Journal of Psychonomic Science, 2005: 24(1), 133-134.

    CONFERENCES:

  • Asanoi C, Oda K. FFT analysis of Point-Light Walker characterizing gender recognition. 33rd Annual Meeting on the Japanese Psychonomic Society, Tokyo, 6th to 7th December, 2014.
  • Asanoi C, Osada Y, & Oda K. Perception of Human Likeness from Biological Motion with Limited Visual Fields(2). 15th Annual Conference on Low Vision, Tokyo, Japan, 1st to 3rd November, 2014.
  • Asanoi C, Osada Y, & Oda K. Perception of Human Likeness from Biological Motion with Limited Visual Fields(1). 11th International Conference on Low Vision, Melbourne, 31st March to 3rd April, 2014.
  • Asanoi C, Oda K. The access route to the rehabilitation services in persons with acquired visual impairment(2) – Analysis for access processes of 7 cases –. 22nd Annual Conference on Japanese Association for Rehabilitation of the Visually Impaired, Niigata, 21st to 23rd June, 2013.
  • Asanoi C, Oda K. The access route to the rehabilitation services in persons with acquired visual impairment(2). 18th Annual Conference on Japanese Association for Rehabilitation of the Visually Impaired, Kochi, 25th to 27th September, 2009.
  • Asanoi C, Oda K. The Perception of Biological Motion on elderly and visually Impaired person. 2008 Annual Winter Conference on the Vision Society of Japan, Tokyo, 23rd to 25th January, 2008.

    ・Asanoi C, Oda K, & Osada Y. The FFT analysis of a Point-Lights Walker on perception of gender recognition. 7th Annual Conference on Low Vision, Tokyo, Japan, 16th to 18th September, 2006.

  • Asanoi C, Osada Y.  The effect of the amplitude of movement of a Point-Lights Walker on perception of gender recognition and perception of “human-likeness”.  24th Annual Conference on the Japanese Psychonomic Society, Tokyo, 3rd to 4th December, 2005.
  • Asanoi C, Oda K. The perception of a Point Light Walker across a slit- The Perception of “human likeness”-. 23rd Annual Meeting on the Japanese Psychonomic Society, Tokyo, 26th to 27th November, 2004.

    EDUCATION:

    • Osaka College of Welfare & Health Therapy 2010-2011 Department of orthoptist
    • Rikkyo University
      • Master of Arts(M. A) Experimental Psychology  2003-2006 Perception of Biological Motion, Signal analysis Rikkyo University
      • Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), Experimental Psychology 1999 – 2003 Perception of Biological Motion across the slit.

    CERTIFICATIONS:

  • Orthoptist

    AWARD:

  • Awarded Presentations at the 23rd Annual Meeting on the Japanese Psychonomic Society, 2004.