OKITA Tsunetaka

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OKITA Tsunetaka
Job title
(BLANK)(Kwansei Gakuin University), (BLANK)(Kwansei Gakuin University)

Research Areas


Academic & Professional Experience

Hyogo College of Medicine,
Research Assistant
Hyogo College of Medicine,
Assistant Professor
Hyogo College of Medicine,


Graduate School, Division of Letters, Kwansei Gakuin University
Faculty of Literature, Kwansei Gakuin University


The effects of active attention switching between the ears on averaged evoked potentials(jointly worked)
Electroencephalography and clinical Neurophysiology   42,198-204    1977
Event-related potentials and selective attention to auditory stimuli varying in pitch and localization
Biological Psychology   9,271-284    1979
Slow negative shifts of the human event-related potential associated with selective information processing
Biological Psychology   12,63-75    1981
Attention-related negative brain potential for speech words and pure tones(jointly worked)
Biological Psychology   16    1983
Memory search and visual spatial attention : An event-related potential analysis(jointly worked)
Acta Psychologica   60(2-3) 263-292   1985
Event-related potentials and selective attention to tones moving in location and pitch : An examination of movement velocity
Biological Psychology   24,225-236    1987
Within-channel selection and event-related potentials during selective listening
Psychophysiology   26(2) 127-139   1989
Effects of eye position on event-related potentials during auditory selective attention(jointly worked)
Psychophysiology   30    1993
Visual search and spatial attention : ERPs in focussed and divided attention conditions(jointly worked)
Biological Psychology   25,33-60    1987
Attention to color : An analysis of selection, controlled search, and motor activtion, using event-related potentials(jointly worked)
Psychophysiology   26,89-109    1989
Event-related potentials during memory search and selective attention to letter size and conjunctions of letter size and color(jointly worked)
Psychophysiology   26,529-547    1989
Effects of subject's family name on visual event-related potential in schizophrenia(jointly worked)
Biological Psychiatry   31,681-689    1992
Tetsuya Jibu, Tsunetaka Okita, Akihiro Yagi
The Japanese Journal of Psychology   69(5) 367-375   1998
Japanese Journal of Physiological Psychology and Psychophysiology   16 67-76   1998

Books etc

Evoked potential correlates of practice in a visual search task
Clinical and Experimental Neuro-psychophysiology, Croom Helm   1985   

Research Grants & Projects

Event-related brain potential study on selective attention