|Hiroyuki ITO||Last modified date：2018.07.03|
Professor / Perceptual Psychology / Department of Human Science / Faculty of Design
|Hiroyuki ITO||Last modified date：2018.07.03|
|1.||Hiroyuki Ito, Tomomi Koizumi, The peripheral flicker illusion, i-Perception, 10.1177/2041669517747891, 8, 6, 1-13, 2017.12.|
|2.||Tomomi Koizumi, Hiroyuki Ito, Shoji Sunaga, Masaki Ogawa, Directional Bias in the Perception of Cast Shadows, i-Perception, 8, 1, 1-17, 2017.01.|
|3.||Erika Tomimatsu, Hiroyuki Ito, Directional bias of illusory stream caused by relative motion adaptation, Vision Research, 124, 34-43, 2016.04.|
|4.||Yuanyuan Bai, Hiroyuki Ito, Effect of surrounding texture on the pursuit-pursuing illusion, i-Perception, 5, 1, 20-40, 2014.01.|
|5.||Masaki Ogawa, Takeharu Seno, Hiroyuki Ito, Shoji Sunaga, Effect of Pre-Presentation of a Frontal Face on the Shift of Visual Attention Induced by Averted Gaze, Psychology, 5, 451-460, 2014.04.|
|6.||Hiroyuki ITO, Masaki Ogawa, Shoji Sunaga, Evaluation of an organic light-emitting diode display for precise visual stimulation, Journal of Vision, 13, 7, 1-21, 2013.07.|
|7.||Takeharu Seno, Stephan Palmisano, Hiroyuki ITO, Shoji Sunaga, Perceived gravitoinertial force during vection, Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine, 84, 9, 971-974, 2013.09.|
|8.||Wexler, M, Glennerster, A, Cavanagh, P, Hiroyuki ITO, Takeharu Seno, Default perception of high speed motion, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences , 110, 17, 7080-7085, 2013.04.|
|9.||Hiroyuki ITO, Xie Yang, A short line segment squirms along a zigzag line, i-Perception, 4, 2, 141-143, 2013.02.|
|10.||Shinji Nakamura, Takeharu Seno, Hiroyuki ITO, Shoji Sunaga, Effects of dynamic luminance modulation on visually induced self-motion perception: Observers’ perception of illumination is important in perceiving self-motion, Perception, 42, 3, 153-162, 2013.03.|
|11.||Hiroyuki ITO, The effect of motion lines on apparent-motion correspondence under dichoptic presentation, Perception, 42, 2, 115-118, 2013.02.|
|12.||Takeharu Seno, Takahiro Kawabe, Hiroyuki ITO, Shoji Sunaga, Vection modulates emotional valence of autobiographical episodic memories , Cognition, 126, 115-120, 2013.01.|
|13.||Takeharu Seno, Hiroyuki ITO, Shoji Sunaga, Stephan Palmisano, Hunger enhances vertical vection , Perception, 41, 1003-1006, 2012.08.|
|14.||Takeharu Seno, Stephan Palmisano, Hiroyuki ITO, Shoji Sunaga, Vection can be induced without global motion awareness, Perception, 41, 4, 493-497, 2012.04.|
|15.||Takeharu Seno, Emi Hasuo, Hiroyuki ITO, Yoshitaka NAKAJIMA, Perceptually plausible sounds facilitate visually induced self-motion perception (vection), Perception, 41, 5, 577-593, 2012.05.|
|16.||Takeharu Seno, Hiroyuki ITO, Shoji Sunaga, Vection can be induced in the absence of explicit motion stimuli , Experimental Brain Research, 10.1007/s00221-012-3083-y, 219, 235-244, 2012.06.|
|17.||Ito, H., Illusory object motion in the centre of a radial pattern: The Pursuit–Pursuing illusion, i-Perception, 3, 1, 59 –87, 2012.02.|
|18.||Ito, H., Cortical Shape Adaptation Transforms a Circle Into a Hexagon: A Novel Afterimage Illusion
, Psychological Science, 23, 2, 126-132, 2012.02, After viewing a colored figure, its afterimage appears in a negative color on a uniform grey background. This study shows that a systematic change in shape arises in an afterimage, which is necessarily caused by cortical shape adaptation. In the experiments reported here, viewing a circle typically produced a hexagonal afterimage while viewing a hexagon sometimes produced a circular afterimage. With rotating adaptation stimuli that produced the same circular retinal painting for circles and hexagons, stimuli exchanged their shapes in their afterimages reliably. Furthermore, the existence of the interocular transfer of the effect assured that a cortical process with binocular inputs contributed to the effect. This novel illusion reveals that afterimage formation is mainly determined by a cortical process, not by retinal bleaching, and that corner and curvature detection mechanisms are in rivalry in cortical processing..
|19.||Seno, T., Palmisano, S. & Ito, H., Independent modulation of motion and vection aftereffects revealed by using coherent oscillation and random jitter in optic flow
, Vision Research, 51, 23-24, 2499-2508, 2011.12.
|20.||Takeharu Seno, Shuichiro Taya, Hiroyuki Ito, Shoji Sunaga
, The mental number line in depth revealed by vection
, Perception, 40, 10, 1241-1244, 2011.10.
|21.||Takeharu Seno, Masaki Ogawa, Hiroyuki Ito, Shoji Sunaga
, Consistent air flow to the face facilitates vection
, Perception, 40, 10, 1237 – 1240 , 2011.10.
|22.||Seno, T., Ito, H. & Sunaga, S. , Inconsistent locomotion inhibits vection. , Perception, 40, 6, 747-750, 2011.06.|
|23.||Seno, T., Ito, H. & Sunaga, S. , Self-motion perception compresses time experienced in return travel. , Perception. , 40, 4, 497 – 499 , 2011.04.|
|24.||Tomimatsu, E, Ito, H., Sunaga, S. & Remijn, G. B. , Halt and recovery of illusory motion perception from peripherally viewed static images, Attention, Perception and Psychophysics, 73, 6, 1823-1832, 2011.06.|
|25.||Seno, T., Ito, H. & Sunaga, S. , Attentional load inhibits vection., Attention, Perception and Psychophysics. , 73, 5, 1467-1476, 2011.05.|
|26.||Nakamura, S., Seno, T., Ito, H. & Sunaga, S. , Coherent modulation of stimulus colour can affect visually induced self-motion perception. , Perception., 39, 12, 1579-1590, 2010.12.|
|27.||Ito, H., Sunaga, S., Tomimatsu, E & Ogata, Y, Rapid learning in walking observers wearing a reversing or inverting prism, Perception, 39, 10, 1354-1364, 2010.10.|
|28.||Ito, H., Seno, T. & Yamanaka, M., Motion impressions enhanced by converging motion lines, Perception, 39, 11, 1555-1561, 2010.11.|
|29.||Anstis, S., Ito, H., Eyes pursue moving objects, not retinal motion signals, Perception, 39, 10, 1408-1411, 2010.10.|
|30.||Seno, T., Ito, H. & Sunaga, S., Vection aftereffect from expanding / contracting stimuli, Seeing & Perceiving, 23, 273-294, 2010.08.|
|31.||Seno, T., Nakamura, S., Ito, H. & Sunaga, S., Static visual components without depth modulation alter the strength of vection, Vision Research, 50, 1972-1981, 2010.07.|
|32.||H. Ito, Depth perception through circular movements of dots, Perception, 39, 918–930, 2010.07.|
|33.||Seno, T., Sunaga, S. and Ito, H., Inhibition of vection by red, Attention, Perception & Psychophysics, 72, 1642-1653, 2010.06.|
|34.||Seno, T., Ito, H., Sunaga, S., and Nakamura, S., Temporonasal motion projected on the nasal retina underlies expansion-contraction asymmetry in vection, Vision Research, 50, 1972-1981, 2010.04.|
|35.||Tomimatsu, E., Ito, H., Seno, T., Sunaga, S., The ‘Rotating Snakes’ in smooth motion do not appear to rotate, Perception, 39, 721–724, 2010.05.|
|36.||Seno, T., Ito, H., Sunaga, S., The object and background hypothesis for vection, Vision Research, 49(24), 2973-2982 , 2009.12.|
|37.||H. Ito, S. Anstis, P. Cavanagh, Anomalous movements of dotted contours., Perception, 38(9), 1405-1409, 2009.09.|
|38.||Y. Araragi, H. Ito, S. Sunaga, Perceptual filling-in of a line segment presented on only one side of the blind spot, Spatial Vision, 22(4), 339-353, 2009.04.|
|39.||Remijn, G.B., Perez, E., Nakajima, Y., & Ito,H.
, Frequency modulation facilitates (modal) auditory restoration of a gap.
, Hearing Research, 243, 113–120, 2008.06.
|40.||Y. Araragi, H. Ito, S. Sunaga, Appearance of an illusory object in the blind spot.
, Perception, 37, 1301-1304, 2008.08.
|41.||Gerard B REMIJN, Hiroyuki ITO, Perceptual completion in a dynamic scene: An investigation with an
ambiguous motion paradigm.
, Vision Research, 47(14), 1869-79., 2007.12.
|42.||Stuart Anstis, Hiroyuki Ito, Patrick Cavanagh, Background stripes affect apparent speed of rotation, Perception, volume 35, number 7, pages 959 – 964, 2006.07.|
|43.||H. Ito, I. Shibata, Self-motion perception from expanding and contracting optical flows overlapped with binocular disparity., Vision Research, 45(4), 397-402..|
|44.||H. Ito, Illusory depth perception of oblique lines produced by overlaid vertical disparity, Vision Research, 10.1016/j.visres.2004.10.008, 45, 7, 931-942, 2005.01.|
|45.||Gerard B. Remijn, Hiroyuki Ito, Audiovisual investigation: An investigation of the 'streaming-bouncing' phenomenon, Journal of Physiological Anthoropology and Applied Human Science, 2004.11.|
|46.||Hiroyuki Ito, Hiroshi Takano, Controlling visually induced self-motion perception, Journal of Physiological Anthropology and Applied Human Science, 2004.11.|
|47.||H. Ito, The aperture problems in the Pulfrich effect., Perception, 32, 367-375, 2003.01.|
|48.||H. Ito & C. Fujimoto, Compound self-motion perception induced by two kinds of optical motion., Perception & Psychophysics, 65(6), 874-887, 2003.01.|
|49.||H. Ito, Effect of element size on stereoscopic apparent motion., Perceptual and Motor Skills, 96, 1187-1193, 2003.01.|
|50.||H. Ito, Two processes in stereoscopic apparent motion., Vision Research, 39(16), 2739-2748, 1999.01.|
|51.||H. Ito & T. Shibao, Motion direction distribution as a determinant of circular vection., Perceptual and Motor Skills, 89, 564-570, 1999.01.|
|52.||H. Ito & E. Kawabata, Illusory 3-D rotation of horizontal lines: a new motion-depth illusion., Perception, 27,1203-1207, 1998.01.|
|53.||H. Ito, The perception of an opening from expanding motion., Perception & Psychophysics, 58(1), 81-87, 1996.01.|
|54.||H. Ito, The interaction between stereoscopic and luminance motion., Vision Research, 37(18), 2553-2559, 1997.01.|
|55.||H. Ito, The perception of 3-D rotation from translating sine-wave lines: the reverse of the barberpole illusion., Perception, 22(2), 209-214, 1993.01.|
|56.||Ito, H. & Matsunaga, K, The correlation between velocity and perceived depth
in motion., Japanese Psychological Research, 32, 3, 107-116, 32(3),107-116, 1990.01.
|57.||Ito, H. & Matsunaga, K., Relative distance perception through expanding and contracting motion and the role of propriospecific information in walking., Ecological Psychology, 2(2),113-130, 1990.01.|