Michiteru Kitazaki, Ph.D.

Toyohashi University of Technology 
Experimental Psychology, Virtual Reality
"Michiteru Kitazaki"
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Ueda S, Nagamachi K, Nakamura J, et al. (2021) The effects of body direction and posture on taking the perspective of a humanoid avatar in a virtual environment. Plos One. 16: e0261063
Sato Y, Kitazaki M, Itakura S, et al. (2021) Great apes' understanding of biomechanics: eye-tracking experiments using three-dimensional computer-generated animations. Primates; Journal of Primatology
Matsuda Y, Sugimoto M, Inami M, et al. (2021) Peripersonal space in the front, rear, left and right directions for audio-tactile multisensory integration. Scientific Reports. 11: 11303
Kondo R, Tani Y, Sugimoto M, et al. (2020) Re-association of Body Parts: Illusory Ownership of a Virtual Arm Associated With the Contralateral Real Finger by Visuo-Motor Synchrony. Frontiers in Robotics and Ai. 7: 26
Hagiwara T, Ganesh G, Sugimoto M, et al. (2020) Individuals Prioritize the Reach Straightness and Hand Jerk of a Shared Avatar over Their Own. Iscience. 23: 101732
Kondo R, Tani Y, Sugimoto M, et al. (2020) Scrambled body differentiates body part ownership from the full body illusion. Scientific Reports. 10: 5274
Amemiya T, Kitazaki M, Ikei Y. (2020) Pseudo-Sensation of Walking Generated by Passive Whole-Body Motions in Heave and Yaw Directions. Ieee Transactions On Haptics. 13: 80-86
Kitazaki M, Hamada T, Yoshiho K, et al. (2019) Virtual Walking Sensation by Prerecorded Oscillating Optic Flow and Synchronous Foot Vibration. I-Perception. 10: 2041669519882448
Amemiya T, Ikei Y, Kitazaki M. (2019) Remapping Peripersonal Space by Using Foot-Sole Vibrations Without Any Body Movement. Psychological Science. 30: 1522-1532
Sato A, Matsuo A, Kitazaki M. (2019) Social contingency modulates the perceived distance between self and other. Cognition. 192: 104006
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