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    Inferring sense of agency from the quantitative aspect of action outcome.Takahiro Kawabe - 2013 - Consciousness and Cognition 22 (2):407-412.
    The sense of agency refers to an experience in which one’s own action causes a change in environment. It is strongly modulated by both the contingency between action and its outcome and the consistency between predicted and actual action outcomes. Recent studies have suggested that the action outcome can retrospectively modulate action awareness. We suspect that the sense of agency can also be retrospectively modulated. This study examined whether the quantity of action outcome could influence the sense of agency. The (...)
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    Vection modulates emotional valence of autobiographical episodic memories.Takeharu Seno, Takahiro Kawabe, Hiroyuki Ito & Shoji Sunaga - 2013 - Cognition 126 (1):115-120.
  3. Emotion colors time perception unconsciously.Yuki Yamada & Takahiro Kawabe - 2011 - Consciousness and Cognition 20 (4):1835-1841.
    Emotion modulates our time perception. So far, the relationship between emotion and time perception has been examined with visible emotional stimuli. The present study investigated whether invisible emotional stimuli affected time perception. Using continuous flash suppression, which is a kind of dynamic interocular masking, supra-threshold emotional pictures were masked or unmasked depending on whether the retinal position of continuous flashes on one eye was consistent with that of the pictures on the other eye. Observers were asked to reproduce the perceived (...)
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    Audio-Visual Temporal Recalibration Can be Constrained by Content Cues Regardless of Spatial Overlap.Warrick Roseboom, Takahiro Kawabe & Shin’Ya Nishida - 2013 - Frontiers in Psychology 4.
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  5. The Relationship Between Illusory Heaviness Sensation and the Motion Speed of Visual Feedback in Gesture-Based Touchless Inputs.Takahiro Kawabe, Yusuke Ujitoko & Takumi Yokosaka - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Interaction systems with gesture-based touchless inputs are becoming more common. Nevertheless, perceptual properties of the visual feedback used in the system have not been well documented. We investigated whether the speed of motion shown in visual feedback used in gesture-based touchless inputs could be a cue for the heaviness sensation of an object even when other incidental cues, such as changes in object size and spatial consistencies in direction between gestures and feedback, were eliminated from the stimuli. Participants were asked (...)
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  6. Discounting mechanism underlies extinction illusion.Lana Okubo, Kazuhiko Yokosawa, Masataka Sawayama & Takahiro Kawabe - 2021 - Consciousness and Cognition 90:103100.
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    Invisible motion contributes to simultaneous motion contrast.Takahiro Kawabe & Yuki Yamada - 2009 - Consciousness and Cognition 18 (1):168-175.
    The purpose of the present study was two-fold. First we examined whether visible motion appearance was altered by the spatial interaction between invisible and visible motion. We addressed this issue by means of simultaneous motion contrast, in which a horizontal test grating with a counterphase luminance modulation was seen to have the opposite motion direction to a peripheral inducer grating with unidirectional upward or downward motion. Using a mirror stereoscope, observers viewed the inducer and test gratings with one eye, and (...)
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    Awareness shaping or shaped by prediction and postdiction: Editorial.Yuki Yamada, Takahiro Kawabe & Makoto Miyazaki - 2015 - Frontiers in Psychology 6.
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    Perceptual Properties of the Poisson Effect.Takahiro Kawabe - 2021 - Frontiers in Psychology 11.
    When an elastic material is horizontally stretched, the material is compressed vertically – so-called the Poisson effect. In the different case of the Poisson effect, when an elastic material is vertically squashed, the material is horizontally extended. In both cases, the visual system receives image deformations involving horizontal expansion and vertical compression. How does the brain disentangle the two cases and accurately distinguish stretching from squashing events? Manipulating the relative magnitude of the deformation of a square between horizontal and vertical (...)
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    How an abrupt onset cue can release motion-induced blindness.Takahiro Kawabe, Yuki Yamada & Kayo Miura - 2007 - Consciousness and Cognition 16 (2):374-380.
    In motion-induced blindness , a target within rotating random dots is occasionally hidden from observers’ consciousness during observation. In the present study, a red ring-like cue was centered on a target and presented immediately after observers reported subjective disappearance of the target in MIB . The radius of the cue was systematically modulated. Observers quickly regained awareness of the disappeared object only after they were provided with a pinpoint cue of its location. We also found that a flickering cue at (...)
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    Sense of Resistance for a Cursor Moved by User’s Keystrokes.Takahiro Kawabe, Yusuke Ujitoko, Takumi Yokosaka & Scinob Kuroki - 2021 - Frontiers in Psychology 12.
    Haptic sensation of a material can be modulated by its visual appearance. A technique that utilizes this visual-haptic interaction is called as pseudo-haptic feedback. Conventional studies have investigated pseudo-haptic feedback in situations, wherein a user manipulated a virtual object using a computer mouse, a force-feedback device, etc. The present study investigated whether and how it was possible to offer pseudo-haptic feedback to a user who manipulated a virtual object using keystrokes. Participants moved a cursor toward a destination by pressing a (...)
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