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Cross-modal perception of noise-in-music: Audiences generate spiky shapes in response to auditory roughness in a novel electroacoustic concert setting
K Liew, PM Lindborg, R Rodrigues, SJ Styles
Frontiers in Psychology 9, 178, 2018
152018
Automatic data extraction to support meta-analysis statistical analysis: a case study on breast cancer
FW Mutinda, K Liew, S Yada, S Wakamiya, E Aramaki
BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making 22 (1), 158, 2022
132022
Real and imagined smellscapes
PM Lindborg, K Liew
Frontiers in Psychology 12, 718172, 2021
122021
Generalized morality culturally evolves as an adaptive heuristic in large social networks.
JC Jackson, J Halberstadt, M Takezawa, K Liew, K Smith, C Apicella, ...
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 2023
72023
Energetic music is used for anger downregulation: A cross‐cultural differentiation of intensity from rhythmic arousal
K Liew, Y Uchida, H Domae, AHQ Koh
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 53 (7), 662-673, 2023
72023
Estimation of psychological distress in japanese youth through narrative writing: Text-based stylometric and sentiment analyses
M Manabe, K Liew, S Yada, S Wakamiya, E Aramaki
JMIR Formative Research 5 (8), e29500, 2021
72021
Examining the cultural marginalisation theory of NEET/Hikikomori risk tendencies in Singaporean youth
K Liew, Y Uchida, CD CRUZ, LN Lee
Psychologia 63 (1), 4-19, 2021
72021
A sonification of cross-cultural differences in happiness-related tweets
K Liew, PM Lindborg
Journal of the Audio Engineering Society 68 (1/2), 25-33, 2020
72020
Measuring public concern about Covid-19 in Japanese internet users through search queries: Infodemiological study
Z Gao, S Fujita, N Shimizu, K Liew, T Murayama, S Yada, S Wakamiya, ...
JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 7 (7), e29865, 2021
62021
Dissonance and roughness in cross-modal perception
K Liew, SJ Styles, P Lindborg
Proceedings of the 6th Conference of the Asia Pacific Society for the …, 2017
62017
Groovin’to the cultural beat: Preferences for danceable music represent cultural affordances for high-arousal negative emotions.
K Liew, AHQ Koh, NR Fram, CM Brown, LN Lee, R Hennequin, ...
Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts, 2023
52023
The relationship between Hikikomori risk factors and social withdrawal tendencies among emerging adults—An exploratory study of Hikikomori in Singapore
PKF Lin, Andrew, AHQ Koh, K Liew
Frontiers in Psychiatry 13, 1065304, 2022
52022
Cultural differences in music features across Taiwanese, Japanese and American markets
K Liew, Y Uchida, I de Almeida
PeerJ Computer Science 7, e642, 2021
52021
Happiness maximization is a WEIRD way of living
K Krys, O Kostoula, WAP van Tilburg, O Mosca, JH Lee, F Maricchiolo, ...
Perspectives on Psychological Science, 17456916231208367, 2024
42024
Exploring the use of AI text-to-image generation to downregulate negative emotions in an expressive writing application
G Azuaje, K Liew, R Buening, WJ She, P Siriaraya, S Wakamiya, ...
Royal Society Open Science 10 (1), 220238, 2023
42023
Monitoring mentions of COVID-19 vaccine side effects on Japanese and Indonesian Twitter: infodemiological study
K Ferawati, K Liew, E Aramaki, S Wakamiya
Jmir Infodemiology 2 (2), e39504, 2022
42022
Measuring concerns about the COVID-19 vaccine among Japanese internet users through search queries
M Uehara, S Fujita, N Shimizu, K Liew, S Wakamiya, E Aramaki
Scientific Reports 12 (1), 15037, 2022
42022
Between fact and fabrication: How visual art might nurture environmental consciousness
R Buening, T Maeda, K Liew, E Aramaki
Frontiers in Psychology 13, 925843, 2022
42022
The ease of experiencing positive emotions in negative contexts
AHQ Koh, K Liew, Y Uchida
Motivation and Emotion 47 (3), 431-447, 2023
32023
Emotion analysis of writers and readers of japanese tweets on vaccinations
PJ Ramos, K Ferawati, K Liew, E Aramaki, S Wakamiya
Proceedings of the 12th Workshop on Computational Approaches to Subjectivity …, 2022
32022
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