Ikuya Murakami, Ph.D

Psychology The University of Tokyo 
"Ikuya Murakami"
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Shinsuke Shimojo grad student University of Tokyo
Patrick Cavanagh post-doc Harvard (Neurotree)
Hidehiko Komatsu post-doc NIPS (Neurotree)


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Yuki Murai grad student The University of Tokyo (Japan) (Neurotree)
Kenji Kobayashi grad student 2008-2011 University of Tokyo (Neurotree)
Hiromasa Takemura grad student 2007-2012 University of Tokyo
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Nakada H, Murakami I. (2023) Local motion signals silence the perceptual solution of global apparent motion. Journal of Vision. 23: 12
Nakamura T, Lavrenteva S, Murakami I. (2020) Four-dot masking in monoptic and dichoptic viewing. Scientific Reports. 10: 11120
Hayashi D, Sawa T, Lavrenteva S, et al. (2019) Inhibition of return modulates the flash-lag effect. Journal of Vision. 19: 6
Hayashi R, Murakami I. (2019) Distinct mechanisms of temporal binding in generalized and cross-modal flash-lag effects. Scientific Reports. 9: 3829
Osugi T, Murakami I. (2019) Preview benefit survives a three-dimensional rotation of the rigid configuration of search items. Vision Research. 156: 56-65
Hayashi D, Iwasawa H, Osugi T, et al. (2019) Feature-based attentional selection affects the perceived duration of a stimulus having two superposed patterns. Vision Research
Nakada H, Kiyonaga M, Murakami I. (2019) Adaptation to an illusory aspect ratio distorted by motion induced position shift Journal of Vision. 19
Lavrenteva S, Murakami I. (2019) Perceiving and grasping the equiluminant Ebbinghaus illusion Journal of Vision. 19
Hisakata R, Murakami I. (2018) Spatial scaling of illusory motion perceived in a static figure. Journal of Vision. 18: 15
Kaneko S, Murakami I, Kuriki I, et al. (2018) Individual Variability in Simultaneous Contrast for Color and Brightness: Small Sample Factor Analyses Reveal Separate Induction Processes for Short and Long Flashes. I-Perception. 9: 2041669518800507
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