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    1. Shams, L; Kamitani, Y; Thompson, S; Shimojo, S
      Sound alters visual evoked potentials in humans

      NEUROREPORT
    2. Shimojo, S; Shams, L
      Sensory modalities are not separate modalities: plasticity and interactions

      CURRENT OPINION IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    3. Watanabe, K; Shimojo, S
      When sound affects vision: Effects of auditory grouping on visual motion perception

      PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE
    4. Kamitani, Y; Bhalodia, VM; Kubota, Y; Shimojo, S
      A model of magnetic stimulation of neocortical neurons

      NEUROCOMPUTING
    5. Mizuno-Matsumoto, Y; Ishijima, M; Shinosaki, K; Nishikawa, T; Ukai, S; Ikejiri, Y; Nakagawa, Y; Ishii, R; Tokunaga, H; Tamura, S; Date, S; Inouye, T; Shimojo, S; Takeda, M
      Transient global amnesia (TGA) in an MEG study

      BRAIN TOPOGRAPHY
    6. Tanaka, Y; Shimojo, S
      Temporal and spatial characteristics of attention to facilitate manual andeye-movement responses

      PERCEPTION
    7. Watanabe, K; Nijhawan, R; Khurana, B; Shimojo, S
      Perceptual organization of moving stimuli modulates the flash-lag effect

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-HUMAN PERCEPTION AND PERFORMANCE
    8. Sheth, BR; Shimojo, S
      Compression of space in visual memory

      VISION RESEARCH
    9. Watanabe, K; Shimojo, S
      Postcoincidence trajectory duration affects motion event perception

      PERCEPTION & PSYCHOPHYSICS
    10. Shimojo, S; Paradiso, M; Fujita, I
      What visual perception tells us about mind and brain

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    11. Drew, P; Sayres, R; Watanabe, K; Shimojo, S
      Pupillary response to chromatic flicker

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    12. Sheth, BR; Nijhawan, R; Shimojo, S
      Changing objects lead briefly flashed ones

      NATURE NEUROSCIENCE
    13. Kadobayashi, Y; Shimojo, S
      Issues in augmenting Diffserv to meet application's CoS requirements

      IEICE TRANSACTIONS ON INFORMATION AND SYSTEMS
    14. Sheth, BR; Shimojo, S
      In space, the past can be recast but not the present

      PERCEPTION
    15. Harumoto, K; Nakano, T; Shimojo, S
      An architecture for adaptive multimedia content delivery

      NEW GENERATION COMPUTING
    16. Tanaka, Y; Shimojo, S
      Repetition priming reveals sustained facilitation and transient inhibitionin reaction time

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-HUMAN PERCEPTION AND PERFORMANCE
    17. Nakamura, S; Shimojo, S
      A slowly moving foreground can capture an observer's self-motion - a report of a new motion illusion: inverted vection

      VISION RESEARCH
    18. Shams, L; Kamitani, Y; Shimojo, S
      Illusions - What you see is what you hear

      NATURE
    19. Nishino, I; Fu, J; Tanji, K; Yamada, T; Shimojo, S; Koori, T; Mora, M; Riggs, JE; Oh, SJ; Koga, Y; Sue, CM; Yamamoto, A; Murakami, N; Shanske, S; Byrne, E; Bonilla, E; Nonaka, I; DiMauro, S; Hirano, M
      Primary LAMP-2 deficiency causes X-linked vacuolar cardiomyopathy and myopathy (Danon disease)

      NATURE
    20. Kamitani, Y; Shimojo, S
      Manifestation of scotomas created by transcranial magnetic stimulation of human visual cortex

      NATURE NEUROSCIENCE
    21. Arikawa, M; Shimojo, S; Amano, A; Maeda, K; Aibara, R; Nishimura, K; Hiraki, K; Fujikawa, K
      Real-time spatial data management for scalable networked augmented virtualspaces

      IEICE TRANSACTIONS ON INFORMATION AND SYSTEMS
    22. Nakamura, S; Shimojo, S
      Critical role of foreground stimuli in perceiving visually induced self-motion (vection)

      PERCEPTION
    23. SHIMOJO S; YAMAMOTO N; MATSUDA T; YUKINARI T
      ASYMPTOMATIC NEURO-BEHCETS-DISEASE

      Journal of neuroimaging
    24. Watanabe, K; Shimojo, S
      Attentional modulation in perception of visual motion events

      PERCEPTION
    25. Kitazaki, M; Shimojo, S
      Surface discontinuity is critical in a moving observer's perception of objects' depth order and relative motion from retinal image motion

      PERCEPTION
    26. NAKAMURA S; SHIMOJO S
      STIMULUS SIZE AND ECCENTRICITY IN VISUALLY INDUCED PERCEPTION OF HORIZONTALLY TRANSLATIONAL SELF-MOTION

      Perceptual and motor skills
    27. NAKAMURA S; SHIMOJO S
      ORIENTATION OF SELECTIVE EFFECTS OF BODY TILT ON VISUALLY INDUCED PERCEPTION OF SELF-MOTION

      Perceptual and motor skills
    28. WATANABE K; SHIMOJO S
      SUPPRESSIVE EFFECT OF MULTIMODAL SURFACE REPRESENTATION ON OCULAR SMOOTH-PURSUIT OF INVISIBLE HAND

      Perception
    29. SHIMOJO S
      VISUAL SURFACE REPRESENTATION REVEALED IN-DEPTH AND MOTION PERCEPTION

      International journal of psychophysiology
    30. MATSUZAWA M; SHIMOJO S
      INFANTS FAST SACCADES IN THE GAP PARADIGM AND DEVELOPMENT OF VISUAL-ATTENTION

      Infant behavior & development
    31. DEUBEL H; SHIMOJO S; PAPROTTA I
      LINE MOTION ILLUSION AND SELECTION-FOR-ACTION - FURTHER EVIDENCE FOR THE COUPLING OF VISUAL-ATTENTION AND THE PREPARATION OF GOAL-DIRECTED MOVEMENTS

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    32. SHIMOJO S; WATANABE K
      ENVIRONMENTAL AND OBJECT-BOUND COMPONENTS OF LINE MOTION WITH SACCADE

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    33. SHIMOJO S; MIYAUCHI S; HIKOSAKA O
      VISUAL-MOTION SENSATION YIELDED BY NON-VISUALLY DRIVEN ATTENTION

      Vision research
    34. HIKOSAKA O; MIYAUCHI S; SHIMOJO S
      ORIENTING OF SPATIAL ATTENTION - ITS REFLEXIVE, COMPENSATORY, AND VOLUNTARY MECHANISMS

      Cognitive brain research
    35. SHIMOJO S; TANAKA Y; WATANABE K
      STIMULUS-DRIVEN FACILITATION AND INHIBITION OF VISUAL INFORMATION-PROCESSING IN ENVIRONMENTAL AND RETINOTOPIC REPRESENTATIONS OF SPACE

      Cognitive brain research
    36. KITAZAKI M; SHIMOJO S
      GENERIC-VIEW PRINCIPLE FOR 3-DIMENSIONAL-MOTION PERCEPTION - OPTICS AND INVERSE OPTICS OF A MOVING STRAIGHT BAR

      Perception
    37. SHIMOJO S
      ENVIRONMENTAL COMPONENT OF FIGURAL AFTEREFFECT

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    38. FUCHIGAMI S; SHIMOJO S
      VISUAL-ATTENTION OPERATES ON OBJECTS - THE EFFECT OF AMODALLY-COMPLETED MOTION OF A CUE ON THE REACTION-TIME

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    39. WATANABE K; SHIMOJO S
      DISPLACEMENT OF DISPLAY FRAME RELATIVE TO HEAD AFFECTS HEAD-INDUCED ILLUSORY MOTION

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    40. MURAKAMI I; SHIMOJO S
      ASSIMILATION-TYPE AND CONTRAST-TYPE BIAS OF MOTION-INDUCED BY THE SURROUND IN A RANDOM-DOT DISPLAY - EVIDENCE FOR CENTER-SURROUND ANTAGONISM

      Vision research
    41. TANAKA Y; SHIMOJO S
      LOCATION VS FEATURE - REACTION-TIME REVEALS DISSOCIATION BETWEEN 2 VISUAL FUNCTIONS

      Vision research
    42. UEHARA I; SHIMOJO S
      2 TYPES OF MEMORY DISSOCIATED BY RECOGNITION AND PREFERENCE IN 4-YEAR-OLDS

      International journal of psychology
    43. ARIYOSHI Y; SHIMOJO S; MIYAHARA H
      HYPERSCORE, A DESIGN OF A HYPERTEXT MODEL FOR MUSICAL EXPRESSION AND STRUCTURE

      Journal of new music research
    44. NISHIO S; SHIMOJO S
      STATUS UPDATE OF DATABASE-SYSTEMS THROUGH MULTIMEDIA COMPUTER-NETWORKS

      IEICE transactions on communications
    45. YAMAI N; WAKABAYASHI S; SHIMOJO S; MIYAHARA H
      DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF LOAD-BALANCING MECHANISM AT COMMAND LEVEL ON UNIX

      Systems and computers in Japan
    46. TAKEICHI H; NAKAZAWA H; MURAKAMI I; SHIMOJO S
      THE THEORY OF THE CURVATURE-CONSTRAINT LINE FOR AMODAL COMPLETION

      Perception
    47. MIMURA T; SHIMOJO S; SUDA T; IIJIMA M; MITSUOKA S
      RESEARCH-AND-DEVELOPMENT ON ENERGY-SAVING TECHNOLOGY FOR FLUE-GAS CARBON-DIOXIDE RECOVERY AND STEAM SYSTEM IN POWER-PLANT

      Energy conversion and management
    48. KAMITANI Y; SHIMOJO S
      ASYMMETRY OF LOCAL PRIMITIVES REFLECTED IN REVERSAL OF APPARENT MOTION

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    49. MATSUZAWA M; SHIMOJO S
      DEVELOPMENT OF ATTENTIONAL DISENGAGEMENT REVEALED IN SACCADIC REACTION-TIMES IN YOUNG INFANTS

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    50. SHIMOJO S; TANAKA Y
      ATTENTIONAL MECHANISMS DISSOCIATED BY REACTION-TIME, LINE MOTION AND MASKING

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    51. TANAKA Y; SHIMOJO S
      FACILITATION INDUCED BY COLOR-REPETITION AND SHAPE-REPETITION BUT NOTBY LOCATION-REPETITION

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    52. IMAMIZU H; SHIMOJO S
      THE LOCUS OF VISUAL-MOTOR LEARNING AT THE TASK OF MANIPULATOR LEVEL -IMPLICATIONS FROM INTERMANUAL TRANSFER

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    53. MURAKAMI I; SHIMOJO S
      MODULATION OF MOTION AFTEREFFECT BY SURROUND MOTION AND ITS DEPENDENCE ON STIMULUS SIZE AND ECCENTRICITY

      Vision research
    54. FUJIKAWA K; SHIMOJO S; MATSUURA T; NISHIO S; MIYAHARA H
      SYNCHRONIZATION MECHANISM AMONG MULTIMEDIA INFORMATION ON THE DISTRIBUTED HYPERMEDIA SYSTEM HARMONY (VOL 25, PG 1, 1994)

      Systems and computers in Japan
    55. FUJIKAWA K; SHIMOJO S; MATSUURA T; NISHIO S; MIYAHARA H
      SYNCHRONIZATION MECHANISM AMONG MULTIMEDIA INFORMATION ON THE DISTRIBUTED HYPERMEDIA SYSTEM HARMONY

      Systems and computers in Japan
    56. KAMITANI Y; SHIMOJO S
      PERCEPTUALLY SIMULTANEOUS TEMPORAL WINDOW FOR APPARENT MOTION

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    57. KITAZAKI M; SHIMOJO S
      DECOMPOSITION OF RETINAL IMAGE MOTION INTO OBJECT-STRUCTURE, OBJECT-MOTION AND SELF-MOTION

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    58. ISHIMURA G; SHIMOJO S
      VOLUNTARY ACTION CAPTURES VISUAL-MOTION

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    59. TANAKA Y; SHIMOJO S
      LOCATION VS FEATURE - 2 VISUAL FUNCTIONS SEPARATED BY REACTION-TIME IN THE POP OUT DISPLAY

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    60. SHIMOJO S; TANAKA Y
      SUPER EXPRESS ATTENTIONAL SHIFT

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    61. SHIMOJO S; NAKAYAMA K
      INTEROCULARLY UNPAIRED ZONES ESCAPE LOCAL BINOCULAR MATCHING

      Vision research
    62. HIKOSAKA O; MIYAUCHI S; SHIMOJO S
      VOLUNTARY AND STIMULUS-INDUCED ATTENTION DETECTED AS MOTION SENSATION

      Perception
    63. HIKOSAKA O; MIYAUCHI S; SHIMOJO S
      VISUAL-ATTENTION REVEALED BY AN ILLUSION OF MOTION

      Neuroscience research
    64. HIKOSAKA O; MIYAUCHI S; SHIMOJO S
      FOCAL VISUAL-ATTENTION PRODUCES ILLUSORY TEMPORAL-ORDER AND MOTION SENSATION

      Vision research
    65. MURAKAMI I; SHIMOJO S
      MOTION CAPTURE CHANGES TO INDUCED MOTION AT HIGHER LUMINANCE CONTRASTS, SMALLER ECCENTRICITIES, AND LARGER INDUCER SIZES

      Vision research
    66. MIYAUCHI S; HIKOSAKA O; SHIMOJO S
      VISUAL-ATTENTION FILED CAN BE ASSESSED BY ILLUSORY LINE MOTION SENSATION

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    67. SHIMOJO S; MIYAUCHI S; HIKOSAKA O
      VISUAL-MOTION SENSATION YIELDED BY NON-VISUALLY DRIVEN ATTENTION

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science


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