Ikuko Mukai

National Institute of Mental Health, Bethesda, MD, United States 
Perceptual learning
"Ikuko Mukai"
Mean distance: 13.2 (cluster 23)


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Takeo Watanabe grad student 2000 Boston University
 (The role of feedback and top -down processing in visual motion perception.)
Leslie Ungerleider post-doc NIMH


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Nelly A. Papalambros research assistant 2010- NIMH NIH
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Japee S, Holiday K, Satyshur MD, et al. (2015) A role of right middle frontal gyrus in reorienting of attention: a case study. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience. 9: 23
Mukai I, Bahadur K, Kesavabhotla K, et al. (2011) Exogenous and endogenous attention during perceptual learning differentially affect post-training target thresholds. Journal of Vision. 11
Mukai I, Kim D, Fukunaga M, et al. (2007) Activations in visual and attention-related areas predict and correlate with the degree of perceptual learning. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 27: 11401-11
Watanabe T, Náñez JE, Koyama S, et al. (2002) Greater plasticity in lower-level than higher-level visual motion processing in a passive perceptual learning task. Nature Neuroscience. 5: 1003-9
Watanabe T, Sasaki Y, Náñez JE, et al. (2002) Psychophysics and fMRI reveal V1 as the locus of passive learning Journal of Vision. 2: 557a
Mukai I, Watanabe T. (2001) Differential effect of attention to translation and expansion on motion aftereffects (MAE). Vision Research. 41: 1107-17
Mukai I, Hibino H, Watanabe T. (2001) The likelihood of motion capture is more strongly determined by the degree of color contrast of adjacent gratings than by the degree of luminance contrast Journal of Vision. 1: 165a
Mukai I, Watanabe T. (1999) The influence of structure from motion on motion correspondence. Perception. 28: 331-40
Watanabe T, Harner AM, Miyauchi S, et al. (1998) Task-dependent influences of attention on the activation of human primary visual cortex. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 95: 11489-92
Watanabe T, Harner A, Nielsen ML, et al. (1997) F-mri reveals that selective attention to one way translation activates vi while attention to expansion activates higher cortices Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science. 38: S460
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