Masayoshi Nagai, Ph.D.

2005-2014 National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan 
 2014-2016 Aichi Shukutoku University 
 2016- Ritsumeikan University, Kyōto-shi, Kyōto-fu, Japan 
Visual cognition, Visual perception
"Masayoshi Nagai"
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Muto H, Nagai M. (2020) Mental rotation of cubes with a snake face: The role of the human-body analogy revisited Visual Cognition. 28: 106-111
Kawakami N, Miura E, Nagai M. (2018) When You Become a Superman: Subliminal Exposure to Death-Related Stimuli Enhances Men's Physical Force. Frontiers in Psychology. 9: 221
Kawakami N, Nagai M. (2017) The persuasive power of familiar handwritten characteristics: Effects of repeated exposure to handwriting on persuasive messages The Japanese Journal of Psychology. 88: 546-555
Yamada Y, Nagai M. (2015) Positive mood enhances divergent but not convergent thinking Japanese Psychological Research. 57: 281-287
Hidaka S, Nagai M. (2013) Illusory motion and mislocalization of temporally offset target in apparent motion display. Frontiers in Psychology. 4: 196
Nagai M, Bennett PJ, Rutherford MD, et al. (2013) Comparing face processing strategies between typically-developed observers and observers with autism using sub-sampled-pixels presentation in response classification technique. Vision Research. 79: 27-35
Hidaka S, Teramoto W, Nagai M. (2012) Sound can enhance the suppression of visual target detection in apparent motion trajectory. Vision Research. 59: 25-33
Hidaka S, Nagai M, Sekuler AB, et al. (2011) Inhibition of target detection in apparent motion trajectory. Journal of Vision. 11
Fuji K, Sato H, Kawahara J, et al. (2011) Implicit Mood Induction and Scope of Visual Processing I-Perception. 2: 783-783
Hidaka S, Nagai M, Bennett PJ, et al. (2010) Impaired luminance detection in apparent motion trajectory Journal of Vision. 9: 687-687
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