Takao Sato, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Psychology University of Tokyo, Bunkyō-ku, Tōkyō-to, Japan 
Area:
Visual Psychophysics
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Kanaya HK, Morita MM, Sato T. (2019) Examination of Lower Level Motion Mechanisms That Provide Information to Object Tracking: An Examination Using Dichoptic Stimulation. I-Perception. 10: 2041669519891745
Nakayama R, Motoyoshi I, Sato T. (2018) Discretized Theta-Rhythm Perception Revealed by Moving Stimuli. Scientific Reports. 8: 5682
Nakayama R, Motoyoshi I, Sato T. (2016) The Roles of Non-retinotopic Motions in Visual Search. Frontiers in Psychology. 7: 840
Nakayama R, Motoyoshi I, Sato T. (2016) Motion dominance in binocular rivalry depends on extraretinal motions. Journal of Vision. 16: 2
Nakayama R, Motoyoshi I, Sato T. (2015) Directional asymmetry in contrast sensitivity during smooth pursuit eye movement depends on spatial frequency. Journal of Vision. 15: 1021
Nakayama R, Motoyoshi I, Sato T. (2014) Competing motion signals compromise to discrete perception Journal of Vision. 14: 264-264
Hosokawa K, Maruya K, Sato T. (2013) Temporal characteristics of depth perception from motion parallax. Journal of Vision. 13
Kanaya H, Sato T. (2013) Lower visual field advantage in multiple object tracking is mediated by a non-attentive motion mechanism Journal of Vision. 13: 967-967
Nakayama R, Motoyoshi I, Sato T. (2013) Motion pop-out is determined by extra-retinal coordinate Journal of Vision. 13: 964-964
Sato H, Motoyoshi I, Sato T. (2013) Perception of global trend from dynamic stimuli Journal of Vision. 13: 765-765
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