Ikuya Murakami

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Name
Ikuya Murakami
E-mail
ikuyal.u-tokyo.ac.jp
URL
http://www.l.u-tokyo.ac.jp/~ikuya/e/
Affiliation
The University of Tokyo
Section
Graduate School of Humanities and Sociology
Job title
Associate Professor
Degree
PhD(the University of Tokyo)

Research Areas

 
 

Published Papers

 
Distinct mechanisms of temporal binding in generalized and cross-modal flash-lag effects
Hayashi, R. & Murakami, I.
Scientific Reports   9 3829:1-12   2019   [Refereed]
Preview benefit survives a three-dimensional rotation of the rigid configuration of search items
Osugi, T. & Murakami, I.
Vision Research   156 56-65   2019   [Refereed]
Feature-based attentional selection affects the perceived duration of a stimulus having two superposed patterns
Hayashi, D., Iwasawa, H., Osugi, T. & Murakami, I.
Vision Research   156 46-55   2019   [Refereed]
Spatial scaling of illusory motion perceived in a static figure
Hisakata, R. & Murakami, I.
Journal of Vision   18(13) 15:1-11   2018   [Refereed]
Individual variability in simultaneous contrast for color and brightness: small-sample factor analyses reveal separate induction processes for short and long flashes
Kaneko, S., Murakami, I., Kuriki, I. & Peterzell, D.
i-Perception   9 5:1-22   2018   [Refereed]
Invisible light inside the natural blind spot alters brightness at a remote location
Saito, M., Miyamoto, K., Uchiyama, Y. & Murakami, I.
Scientific Reports   8 7540:1-9   2018   [Refereed]
The Ebbinghaus illusion in contrast-defined and orientation-defined stimuli
Lavrenteva, S. & Murakami, I.
Vision Research   148 26-36   2018   [Refereed]
A drastic change in background luminance or motion degrades the preview benefit
Osugi, T. & Murakami, I.
Frontiers in Psychology   8 1252:1-15   2017   [Refereed]
Spatial distortion related to time compression during spatiotemporal production in Parkinson's disease
Honma, M., Murai, Y., Shima, S., Yotsumoto, Y., Kuroda, T., Futamura, A., Shiromaru, A., Murakami, I. & Kawamura, M.
Neuropsychologia   102 61-69   2017   [Refereed]
Attentional capture to a singleton distractor degrades visual marking in visual search
Yamauchi, K., Osugi, T. & Murakami, I.
Frontiers in Psychology   8 801:1-8   2017   [Refereed]