Shinji Nakamura
Shinji Nakamura
Nihon Fukushi University
Verified email at n-fukushi.ac.jp
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Critical role of foreground stimuli in perceiving visually induced self-motion (vection)
S Nakamura, S Shimojo
Perception 28 (7), 893-902, 1999
821999
The Oculus Rift: a cost-effective tool for studying visual-vestibular interactions in self-motion perception
J Kim, CYL Chung, S Nakamura, S Palmisano, SK Khuu
Frontiers in psychology 6, 248, 2015
612015
Additional oscillation can facilitate visually induced self-motion perception: The effects of its coherence and amplitude gradient
S Nakamura
Perception 39 (3), 320-329, 2010
482010
Stimulus size and eccentricity in visually induced perception of horizontally translational self-motion
S Nakamura, S Shimojo
Perceptual and motor skills 87 (2), 659-663, 1998
441998
A slowly moving foreground can capture an observer’s self-motion—a report of a new motion illusion: inverted vection
S Nakamura, S Shimojo
Vision Research 40 (21), 2915-2923, 2000
342000
Assimilation and contrast in optical illusions1
T Goto, I Uchiyama, A Imai, S Takahashi, T Hanari, S Nakamura, H Kobari
Japanese Psychological Research 49 (1), 33-44, 2007
332007
Walking without optic flow reduces subsequent vection
T Seno, S Palmisano, BE Riecke, S Nakamura
Experimental brain research 233 (1), 275-281, 2015
222015
Effects of stimulus eccentricity on vection reevaluated with a binocularly defined depth1
S Nakamura
Japanese Psychological Research 50 (2), 77-86, 2008
212008
Effects of depth, eccentricity and size of additional static stimulus on visually induced self-motion perception
S Nakamura
Vision Research 46 (15), 2344-2353, 2006
182006
Temporonasal motion projected on the nasal retina underlies expansion–contraction asymmetry in vection
T Seno, H Ito, S Sunaga, S Nakamura
Vision research 50 (12), 1131-1139, 2010
172010
Static visual components without depth modulation alter the strength of vection
T Seno, S Nakamura, H Ito, S Sunaga
Vision Research 50 (19), 1972-1981, 2010
162010
The perception of self‐motion induced by central and peripheral visual stimuli moving in opposite directions
S Nakamura
Japanese Psychological Research 43 (3), 113-120, 2001
162001
Coherent modulation of stimulus colour can affect visually induced self-motion perception
S Nakamura, T Seno, H Ito, S Sunaga
Perception 39 (12), 1579-1590, 2010
152010
Orientation of selective effects of body tilt on visually induced perception of self-motion
S Nakamura, S Shimojo
Perceptual and motor skills 87 (2), 667-672, 1998
151998
Effects of additional visual oscillation on vection under voluntary eye movement conditions—retinal image motion is critical in vection facilitation
S Nakamura
Perception 42 (5), 529-536, 2013
142013
Sustained deviation of gaze direction can affect “inverted vection” induced by the foreground motion
S Nakamura, S Shimojo
Vision Research 43 (7), 745-749, 2003
132003
Evidence against an ecological explanation of the jitter advantage for vection
S Palmisano, RS Allison, A Ash, S Nakamura, D Apthorp
Frontiers in Psychology 5, 1297, 2014
122014
Alcohol consumption enhances vection
T Seno, S Nakamura
Perception 42 (5), 580-582, 2013
122013
Depth separation between foreground and background on visually induced perception of self-motion
S Nakamura
Perceptual and motor skills 102 (3), 871-877, 2006
122006
Effects of spatial arrangement of visual stimulus on inverted self-motion perception induced by the foreground motion: examination of OKN-suppression hypothesis
S Nakamura
Vision research 44 (16), 1951-1960, 2004
82004
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