Kaoru Sekiyama
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Columns for complex visual object features in the inferotemporal cortex: clustering of cells with similar but slightly different stimulus selectivities
K Tanaka
Cerebral cortex 13 (1), 90-99, 2003
McGurk effect in non‐English listeners: Few visual effects for Japanese subjects hearing Japanese syllables of high auditory intelligibility
K Sekiyama, Y Tohkura
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 90 (4), 1797-1805, 1991
Auditory-visual speech perception examined by fMRI and PET
K Sekiyama, I Kanno, S Miura, Y Sugita
Neuroscience research 47 (3), 277-287, 2003
Kinesthetic aspects of mental representations in the identification of left and right hands
K Sekiyama
Perception & psychophysics 32 (2), 89-95, 1982
Inter-language differences in the influence of visual cues in speech perception
K Sekiyama, Y Tohkura
Journal of Phonetics 21 (4), 427-444, 1993
Cultural and linguistic factors in audiovisual speech processing: The McGurk effect in Chinese subjects
K Sekiyama
Perception & Psychophysics 59 (1), 73-80, 1997
Body image as a visuomotor transformation device revealed in adaptation to reversed vision
K Sekiyama, S Miyauchi, T Imaruoka, H Egusa, T Tashiro
Nature 407 (6802), 374-377, 2000
Impact of language on development of auditory‐visual speech perception
K Sekiyama, D Burnham
Developmental science 11 (2), 306-320, 2008
A 12‐week physical and cognitive exercise program can improve cognitive function and neural efficiency in community‐dwelling older adults: a randomized controlled trial
S Nishiguchi, M Yamada, T Tanigawa, K Sekiyama, T Kawagoe, M Suzuki, ...
Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 63 (7), 1355-1363, 2015
Enhanced audiovisual integration with aging in speech perception: a heightened McGurk effect in older adults
K Sekiyama, T Soshi, S Sakamoto
Frontiers in Psychology 5, 323, 2014
Enhanced perception of various linguistic features by musicians: a cross-linguistic study
M Sadakata, K Sekiyama
Acta psychologica 138 (1), 1-10, 2011
Differences in auditory-visual speech perception between Japanese and Americans: McGurk effect as a function of incompatibility
K Sekiyama
Journal of the Acoustical Society of Japan (E) 15 (3), 143-158, 1994
Adaptation to left–right reversed vision rapidly activates ipsilateral visual cortex in humans
S Miyauchi, H Egusa, M Amagase, K Sekiyama, T Imaruoka, T Tashiro
Journal of physiology-Paris 98 (1-3), 207-219, 2004
Native-foreign langage effect in the mcgurk effect: A test with chinese and japanese
Y Hayashi, K Sekiyama
AVSP'98 International Conference on Auditory-Visual Speech Processing, 1998
Importance of head axes in perception of cutaneous patterns drawn on vertical body surfaces
K Sekiyama
Perception & psychophysics 49 (5), 481-492, 1991
Auditory-visual speech perception development in Japanese and English speakers
K Sekiyama, D Burnham, H Tam, D Erdener
AVSP 2003-International Conference on Audio-Visual Speech Processing, 2003
Issues in the development of auditory-visual speech perception: Adults, infants, and children
K Sekiyama, D Burnham
Eighth International Conference on Spoken Language Processing, 2004
Mental and physical movements of hands
K Sekiyama
Japanese Psychological Research 25 (2), 95-102, 1983
Event-related potentials for better speech perception in noise by cochlear implant users
T Soshi, S Hisanaga, N Kodama, Y Kanekama, Y Samejima, E Yumoto, ...
Hearing research 316, 110-121, 2014
The McGurk effect in Japanese and American perceivers
K Sekiyama
Proceedings of the 13th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, 1995 3…, 1995
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