Michiteru Kitazaki, Ph.D.

Toyohashi University of Technology 
Experimental Psychology, Virtual Reality
"Michiteru Kitazaki"
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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
Sugiura M, Kitazaki M. (2019) Refractive-index perception of thick transparent materials modulated by object motion and self-motion Journal of Vision. 19
Kondo R, Sugimoto M, Minamizawa K, et al. (2018) Illusory body ownership of an invisible body interpolated between virtual hands and feet via visual-motor synchronicity. Scientific Reports. 8: 7541
Kawahara J, Kobayashi Y, Kitazaki M. (2016) The effect of variance in group members' attractiveness on the perceived facial attractiveness of small groups Journal of Vision. 16: 492-492
Ueda S, Tani Y, Nagai T, et al. (2015) Perception of a thick transparent object is affected by object and background motions but not dependent on the motion speed. Journal of Vision. 15: 823
Nagai T, Matsushima T, Koida K, et al. (2014) Temporal properties of material categorization and material rating: visual vs non-visual material features. Vision Research
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