Chai-Youn Kim

Affiliations: 
Yonsei University, Seoul, South Korea 
Area:
vision, synesthesia
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Randolph Blake grad student 2006 Korea University
 (Perceptual nature and neural mechanisms of color -graphemic synesthesia.)

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Sujin Kim grad student 2014-2016 Korea University
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Kwak Y, Nam H, Kim HW, et al. (2020) Cross-Modal Correspondence Between Speech Sound and Visual Shape Influencing Perceptual Representation of Shape: the Role of Articulation and Pitch. Multisensory Research. 1-30
Park M, Blake R, Kim Y, et al. (2019) Congruent audio-visual stimulation during adaptation modulates the subsequently experienced visual motion aftereffect. Scientific Reports. 9: 19391
Kim HW, Nam H, Kim CY. (2018) [i] is Lighter and More Greenish Than [o]: Intrinsic Association Between Vowel Sounds and Colors. Multisensory Research. 31: 419-437
Root NB, Rouw R, Asano M, et al. (2018) Why is the synesthete's "A" red? Using a five-language dataset to disentangle the effects of shape, sound, semantics, and ordinality on inducer-concurrent relationships in grapheme-color synesthesia. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 99: 375-389
Chang S, Kim CY, Cho YS. (2017) Sequential effects in preference decision: Prior preference assimilates current preference. Plos One. 12: e0182442
Kim S, Blake R, Lee M, et al. (2017) Audio-visual interactions uniquely contribute to resolution of visual conflict in people possessing absolute pitch. Plos One. 12: e0175103
Kang MJ, Kim Y, Shin JY, et al. (2017) Graphemes Sharing Phonetic Features Tend to Induce Similar Synesthetic Colors. Frontiers in Psychology. 8: 337
Kim HW, Kim CY, Blake R. (2017) Monocular Perceptual Deprivation from Interocular Suppression Temporarily Imbalances Ocular Dominance. Current Biology : Cb
Lee SA, Kim CY, Shim M, et al. (2017) Gender Differences in Neural Responses to Perceptually Invisible Fearful Face-An ERP Study. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. 11: 6
Chao C, Kim C, Grossman E. (2017) Blur as a Guide for Attention when Viewing Representational Visual Art Journal of Vision. 17: 59
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