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1. Whalen, R.E. and K. Nakayama. Induction of oestrous behavior: Facilitation by repeated hormone treatments. J. Endocrinol. 33: 525-526. 1965.


2. Weinberger, N.M., K. Nakayama and D.B. Lindsley. Electrocortical responses during classical conditioning. Electroenceph. Clin. Neurophysiol. 24:16-24, 1968.


3. Nakayama, K. An analysis of backward and forward masking in terms of single unit responses in the cat visual system. Proc. Ann. Conv. Am. Psych. Assn., 317-318, 1968.


4. Nakayama, K. Local adaptation in LGN cells: Evidence for a surround antagonism. Vision Res. 11: 501-509, 1971. download pdf file


5. Nakayama, K. and D.J. Roberts. Line length detectors in the human visual system: Evidence from selective adaptation. Vision Res. 12: 1709-1713, 1972.


6. Loomis, J.M. and K. Nakayama. A velocity analogue of brightness contrast. Perception 2: 425-428, 1973. download pdf file


7. Nakayama, K. and J.M. Loomis. Optical velocity patterns, velocity sensitive neurons and space perception: A hypothesis. Perception 3: 63-80, 1974. download pdf file


8. Nakayama, K. Photographic determination of the rotational state of the eye using matrices. Am. J. Optom. and Physiol. Optics 51: 736-742, 1974. download pdf file


9. Nakayama, K. Coordination of extraocular muscles. In, Basic Mechanisms in Ocular Motility and Their Clinical Implications. G. Lennerstrand and P. Bach-y-Rita (Eds.), Pergamon Press pp. 193-207, 1975.


10. Nakayama, K. and R. Balliet. Listing's Law, eye position sense, and perception of the vertical. Vision Res. 17: 453-457, pdf file


11. Nakayama, K. Geometrical and physiological aspects of depth perception. In, 3-D Image Processing. Stephen Benton (Ed.), Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers Proceedings 120: 1-8, 1977. download pdf file


12. Balliet, R. and K. Nakayama. Trained human voluntary torsion. In, Neurophysiologie und Klinik der Augenbewegungsstoerungen, G. Kommerell (Ed.), Muenchen: J.F. Bergmann pp. 221-227, 1977.


13. Balliet, R. and K. Nakayama. Training of voluntary torsion. Invest. Ophthal. and Vis. Sci. 17: 303-314, 1978. download pdf file Please click here to see a short film with subjects voluntarily moving their eyes about the visual axis.


14. Nakayama, K. A new technique to determine the primary position of the eye using Listing's Law. Am. J. Optom. and Physiol. Optics 55: 331-336, 1978. download pdf file


15. Balliet, R. and K. Nakayama. Egocentric orientation is influenced by trained voluntary cyclorotary eye movements. Nature 275: 214-216, 1978. download pdf file


16. Tyler, C.W., P. Apkarian and K. Nakayama. Multiple spatial frequency tuning of electrical responses from the human visual cortex. Exp. Brain Res. 33: 535-550, 1978. download pdf file


17. Nakayama, K. and C.W. Tyler. Relative motion induced in stationary lines. Vision Res. 18: 1663-1668, 1978. download pdf file


18. Tyler, C.W., P. Apkarian, D. Levi and K. Nakayama. Rapid assessment of visual function: An electronic sweep technique for the pattern evoked potential. Invest. Ophthal. and Vis. Sci. 18: 703-713, 1979. download pdf file


19. Tyler, C.W., P. Apkarian and K. Nakayama. High temporal frequency evoked potentials to luminance and pattern stimulation in peripheral retina. In, Evoked Potentials. C. Barber (Ed.), Lancaster, England: MTP Press, Ltd. pp. 199-204, 1979.


20. Nakayama, K., M. Mackeben and E. Sutter. Narrow spatial and temporal frequency tuning in the alert monkey VEP. Brain Res. 193: 263-267, 1980.


21. Tyler, C.W. and K. Nakayama. Grating induction: A new type of after-effect. Vision Res. 20:437-441, 1980.


22. Nakayama, K. Differential motion hyperacuity under conditions of common image motion. Vision Res. 21:1475-1482, 1981. download pdf file


23. Nakayama, K. and A. Jampolsky. Introduction to infant psychophysics. In, Application of Psychophysics to Clinical Problems. Proenza (Ed.), Cambridge: University Press pp. 108-110, 1981.


24. Nakayama, K. and C.W. Tyler. Psychophysical isolation of motion sensitivity by removal of familiar position cues. Vision Res. 21: 427-433, 1981. download pdf file


25. Apkarian, P., K. Nakayama and C.W. Tyler. Binocularity in the human visual evoked potential: Facilitation, summation, and suppression. EEG and Clin. Neurophysiol. 51: 32-48, 1981.


26. Tyler, C.W., K. Nakayama, P. Apkarian, and D. Levi. VEP assessment of visual function. Vision Res. 21: 607-610, 1981. download pdf file


27. Nakayama, K. and M. Mackeben. Steady state visual evoked potentials in the alert primate. Vision Res. 22: 1261-1271, 1982. download pdf file


28. Nakayama, K. The relationship of visual evoked potentials to cortical physiology. In, Evoked Potentials, Ivan Bodis-Wollner (Ed.), Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, vol. 388 pp. 21-36, 1982. download pdf file


29. Nakayama, K. Spatial frequency limitations in binocular neurons: Visual evoked potential evidence. In, Evoked Potentials, Ivan Bodis-Wollner (Ed.), Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, vol. 388 pp. 610-614, 1982.


30. Nakayama, K. Motion parallax sensitivity and space perception. In, Spatially Coordinated Behavior. A. Hein and M. Jeannerod (Eds.), Academic Press pp. 223-242, 1982.


31. Nakayama, K. Kinematics of normal and strabismic eyes. In, Basic and Clinical Aspects of Binocular Vergence Movements. K. Ciuffreda and C. Schor (Eds.), Butterworths pp. 544-564, 1983. download pdf file


32. Frost, B. and K. Nakayama. Single visual neurons code opposing motion independent of direction. Science 220: 744-745, 1983. download pdf file


33. Tyler, C.W. and K. Nakayama. Size interactions in the perception of orientation. In, Sensory Experience, Adaptation, and Perception: Festschrift for Ivo Kohler. B. Wooten and L. Spillman (Eds.), pp. 529-546, pdf file


34. McKee, S.P. and K. Nakayama. The detection of motion in the peripheral visual field. Vision Res. 24: 25-32, 1984. download pdf file


35. Nakayama, K. and G.H. Silverman. Temporal and spatial characteristics of the upper displacement limit for motion in random dots. Vision Res. 24: 293-299, 1984. download pdf file


36. Nakayama, K. Animal magnetism. Review of biomagnetism: An inter-disciplinary approach. Contemp. Psych.. 29: 811, 1984.


37. Nakayama, K. Extraction of higher order derivatives of the optical velocity vector field: Limitation imposed by biological hardware. In, Brain Mechanisms and Spatial Vision. D. Ingle, M. Jennerod and D. Lee (Eds.), Martinus Nijoff, Holland pp. 59-71, pdf file


38. Nakayama, K. Biological image motion processing: A review. Vision Res. 25: 625-660, 1985. download pdf file


39. Nakayama, K. and G.H. Silverman. Detection and discrimination of sinusoidal grating displacements. J. Opt. Soc. Am. 2: 267-274, 1985. download pdf file


40. Golumb, B., R.A. Andersen, K. Nakayama, D.I.A. MacLeod and A. Wong. Visual thresholds for shearing motion in monkey and man. Vision Res. 25: 813-820, 1985. download pdf file


41. Nakayama, K., G. Silverman, D.I.A. MacLeod and J. Mulligan. Sensitivity to shearing and compressive motion in random dots. Perception 14: 225-236, 1985. download pdf file


42. McKee, S.M., G.H. Silverman and K. Nakayama. Precise velocity discrimination despite random variations in temporal frequency and contrast. Vision Res. 26: 609-619, 1986. download pdf file


43. Nakayama, K. and G.H. Silverman. Serial and parallel processing of visual feature conjunctions. Nature 320: 264-265, 1986. download pdf file


44. Nakayama, K. and G.H. Silverman. The aperture problem--I. Perception of non-rigidity and motion detection in translating sinusoidal lines. Vision Res. 28: 739-746, 1988. download pdf file


45. Nakayama, K. and G.H. Silverman. The aperture problem--II. Spatial integration of velocity information along contours. Vision Res. 28: 747-753, 1988. download pdf file


46. Shimojo, S., G.H. Silverman and K. Nakayama. An occlusion-related mechanism of depth perception based on motion and interocular sequence. Nature 333: 265-268, 1988. download pdf file


47. Nakayama, K., P. Apkarian, M. Mackeben and C.W. Tyler. Visual evoked potentials: Isolation of cortical subpopulations narrowly tuned to spatial frequency. In, Neurophysiology and Psychophysiology , G.C. Galbraith, M.L. Kietzman and E. Donchin (Eds.), Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc. pp. 91-101, 1988.


48. Nakayama, K., S. Shimojo and G.H. Silverman. Stereoscopic Depth: Its relation to image segmentation, grouping and the recognition of occluded objects. Perception 18: 55-68, 1989. download pdf file


49. Shimojo, S., G.H. Silverman and K. Nakayama. Occlusion and the solution to the aperture problem for motion. Vision Res. 29: 619-626, 1989. download pdf file


50. Nakayama, K. and M. Mackeben. Sustained and transient components of focal visual attention. Vision Res. 29: 1631-1647, pdf file


51. Paradiso, M.A., S. Shimojo and K. Nakayama. Subjective contours, tilt aftereffects, and visual cortical organization. Vision Res. 29: 1205-1213, pdf file


52. Nakayama, K. and Shimojo, S. Intermediate and higher order aspects of motion processing: Temporal and spatial pooling of velocity signals and the role of hidden lines and surfaces. In, Proceedings of the Retina Research Foundation Symposium, Volume 2, Neural Mechanisms of Visual Perception, D. M-K Lam and C.B. Gilbert (Eds.), Portfolio Publishing Company, The Woodlands, TX pp. 281-296 1989.


53. Nakayama, K. The iconic bottleneck and the tenuous link between early visual processing and perception. In, Vision: Coding and efficiency, C. Blakemore (Ed.), Cambridge University Press pp. 411-422, 1990. download pdf file


54. Nakayama, K. and S. Shimojo. DaVinci stereopsis: Depth and subjective contours from unpaired monocular points. Vision Res. 30:1811-1825, pdf file


55. Nakayama, K. Properties of early motion processing: Implications for the sensing of ego motion. In, The Perception and Control of Self Motion, R. Warren and A.H.Wertheim (Eds.) Lawrence Erlbaum, Hillsdale, NJ pp. 69-80 1990. download pdf file


56. Nakayama, K., Shimojo, S. and Ramachandran, V.S. Transparency: Relation to depth, subjective contours and color spreading. Perception 19: 497-513, 1990. download pdf file


57. Shimojo, S. and Nakayama, K. Amodal presence of partially occluded surfaces: role of invisible stimuli in apparent motion correspondence. Perception 19: 285-299, 1990. download pdf file


58. Shimojo, S. and Nakayama, K. Real world occlusion constraints and binocular rivalry interaction. Vision Res. 30: 69-80, 1990. download pdf file


59. Vaina, L.M., LeMay, M. Bienfang, D.C., Choi, A.Y. and Nakayama, K. Intact "biological motion" and "structure from motion" perception in a patient with impaired motion mechanisms: A case study. Vis. Neurosci. 5: 353-369, 1990.


60. Nakayama, K. and Shimojo, S. Towards a neural understanding of visual surface representation. In, The Brain, Volume 55, p. 911-924, Cold Spring Harbor Symposium on Quantitative Biology, T. Sejnowski, E.R. Kandel, C.F. Stevens and J.D. Watson (Eds.), Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, NY, 1990. download pdf file


61. Paradiso, M.A. and Nakayama, K. Brightness perception and filling-in Vision Res. 31: 1221-1236, 1991. download pdf file


62. Bravo, M. and Nakayama, K. The role of attention in different visual search tasks. Percept. and Psychophys. 51: 465-472, 1992. download pdf file


63. Nakayama, K. and Shimojo. S. Experiencing and perceiving visual surfaces. Science 257: 1357-1363, 1992. download pdf file with color figures 2 and 6 appended . download pdf file


64. He, Z. J. and Nakayama, K. Surfaces vs. features in visual search. Nature 359: 231-233, 1992. download pdf file


65. Mackeben, M. and Nakayama, K. Express attentional shifts. Vision Res. 33: 85-90, 1993. download pdf file


66. Plant, G.T., Laxer, K.D., Barbaro, N.M., Schiffman, J.S. and Nakayama, K. Impaired visual motion perception in the contralateral hemifield following unilateral posterior cerebral lesions in humans. Brain 116: 1303- 1335, 1993. download pdf file


67. Plant, G.T. and Nakayama, K. The characteristics of residual motion perception in the hemifield contralateral to lateral occipital lesions in humans. Brain 116: 1337-1353, 1993. download pdf file


68. He, Z.J. and Nakayama, K. Apparent motion determined by surfacelayout not by disparity or 3 - dimensional distance. Nature 367: 173-175, 1994. download pdf file


69. He, Z.J. and Nakayama, K. Perceiving textures: beyond filtering. Vision Research 34: 151-162, 1994. download pdf file


70. Nakayama, K. James J. Gibson - An Appreciation. Psychological Review, 101, 329-335, 1994. download pdf file


71. Shimojo. S. and Nakayama, K. Interocularly unpaired zones escape local matching. Vision Research , 34, 1875-1881, 1994 download pdf file


72. He, Z.J. and Nakayama, K. Surface shape not features determines apparent motion correspondence. Vision Research 34, 2125-2136, 1994 download pdf file


73. Verghese, P. and Nakayama, K. Stimulus discriminability and visual search. Vision Research, 34, 2453-2468, 1994


74. Anderson, B.L. and Nakayama, K. Towards a general theory of stereoscopic processing: Matching, occlusion and fusion Psychological Review 101, 414-445, 1994. download pdf file


75. Maljkovic, V. and Nakayama, K. Priming of popout: I. Role of features, Memory and Cognition 22, 657-672, 1994 download pdf file


76. Nakayama, K. and He, Z.J. Attention to surfaces: beyond a Cartesian understanding of visual attention. In Early Vision and Beyond, T. V. Papathomas, ed, M.I.T. Press, Cambridge, 1995.


77. Nakayama, K. , He, Z.J. and Shimojo, S. Visual surface representation: a critical link between lower-level and higher level vision. In Kosslyn, S.M. and Osherson, D.N. Vision. In Invitation to Cognitive Science. M.I.T. Press, p. 1-70, 1995 download pdf file


78. He, Z.J. and Nakayama, K. Visual attention to surfaces in 3-D space. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 92, 11155-11159, 1995. download pdf file


79. Rubin, N., Nakayama, K., and Shapley, R.M. Enhanced perception of illusory contours in the lower versus the upper visual hemifields. Science. 651-653, 1996.

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80. Nakayama, K. Binocular visual surface perception. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 93, 634-639, 1996. download pdf file


81. Maljkovic, V. and Nakayama, K. Priming of popout: II. Role of position. Perception and Psychophysics 58, 977-991, 1996. download pdf file


82. Joseph, J.S., Chun, M.M. and Nakayama, K. Attentional requirements in a "preattentive" feature search task. Nature, 387, 805-807, 1997 download pdf file


83. Rubin, N., Nakayama, K., and Shapley, R.M. Abrupt learning and retinal size specificity in illusory-contour perception. Current Biology 7, 461-467, 1997 download pdf file


84. Nakayama, K., & Joseph, J. S. (1998). Attention, pattern recognition and popout in visual search. In R. Parasuraman (Eds.), The Attentive Brain (pp. 279-298). Cambridge: MIT Press. download pdf file


85. Joseph, J.S., Chun, M.M. and Nakayama, K. Reply to Braun Nature, 387, 805-807, 1998 download pdf file


86. Holzman, P. S., Chen, Y., Nakayama, K., Levy, D. L., & Matthysse, S. (1998). How are deficits in motion perception related to eye-tracking dysfunction in schizophrenia? In M. F. Lenzenweger & R. H. Dworkin (Eds.), Origins and development of schizphrenia: advances in experimental psychopathology Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.


87. Kanwisher, N., Tong, F., & Nakayama, K. (1998). The effect of face inversion on the human fusiform face area. Cognition, 68, B1-B11. download pdf file


88. Tse, P., Cavanagh, P., & Nakayama, K. (1998). The role of parsing in high level motion processing. In T. Watanabe (Eds.), High-level motion processing: computational, neurobiological, and psychophysical perspectives (pp. 249-267). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. download pdf file


89. Nakayama, K. (1998). Vision fin-de-siËcle - A reductionistic explanation of perception for the 21st Century? In J. Hochberg (Eds.), Perception and Cognition at Century's End: History, Philosophy, Theory (pp. 307-331). Academic Press. download pdf file


90. Tong, F., Nakayama, K., Vaughan, T. J., & Kanwisher, N. (1998). Binocular Rivalry and Visual Awareness in Human Extrastriate Cortex. Neuron, 21, 753-759. download pdf file


91. Gillam, B., & Nakayama, K. (1999). Quantitative depth for a phantom surface can be based on cyclopean occlusion cues alone. Vision Res., 39, 109-112. download pdf file


92. Joseph, J. S., & Nakayama, K. (1999). Amodal representation depends on the object seen before partial occlusion. Vision Res, 39, 283-292. download pdf file


93. McPeek, R.M., Maljkovic, V., and Nakayama, K. (1999) Saccades require focal attention and are facilitated by a short-term memory system. Vision Res, 39, 1555-1566. download pdf file


94. Chen Y., McPeek R., Intriligator J., Holzman P., Nakayama K. (1999), Smooth pursuit to a movement flow and associated perceptual judgments. Current Oculomotor research, 125-128.


95. Chen Y, Levy D., Nakayama K., Matthysse S., Palafox G., Holzman P. (1999), Dependence of impaired eye tracking on deficient velocity discrimination in Schizophrenia. Arch. Gen. Psychiatry (56) 155-161. download pdf file


96. Chen Y, Palafox G., Nakayama K., Levy D., Matthysse S., Holzman P. (1999), Motion perception in Schizophrenia . Arch. Gen. Psychiatry (56) 149-154. download pdf file


97. Gillam B., Blackburn and Nakayama K., (1999) Stereopsis based on monocular gaps: metrical encoding of depth and slant without matching contours. Vision Research (39) 493-502. download pdf file


98. Chen, Y., Nakayama, K., Levy, D., Matthysse, S., & Holzman, P. S. (1999c). Psychophysical isolation of motion processing deficits in schizophrenics and their relatives and its relation to eye tracking deficits. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci 96, 4724-4729. download pdf file


99. Tong, Frank; Nakayama, Ken. (1999) Robust representations for faces: Evidence from visual search. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance., 25 ,1016-1035. download pdf file


100. Nakayama, K. (1999). Mid-level vision. In R. A. Wilson & F. C. Keil (Eds.), The MIT encylopedia of the cognitive sciences Cambridge: MIT Press. download pdf file


101. Chun, M. M., & Nakayama, K. (2000). On the functional role of implicit visual memory for the adaptive deployment of attention across scenes. Visual Cognition, 7, 65-81. download pdf file


102. Tong, F., Nakayama, K., Moscovitch, M., Weinrib, O., & Kanwisher, N. (2000). Response properties of the human fusiform face area. Cogn. Neuropsychol., 17, 257-279. download pdf file


103. Maljkovic, V., & Nakayama, K. (2000). Priming of Popout: III. A short term Implicit memory system beneficial for rapid target selection. Visual Cognition, 7, 571-595. download pdf file


104. McPeek, R.M., Skavenski, A., Nakayama, K. (2000) Concurrent processing of saccades in visual search. Vision Research, 40, 2499-2516. download pdf file


105. Bakin, J. S., Nakayama, K., & Gilbert, C. D. (2000). Visual responses in monkey areas V1 and V2 to three dimensional surface configurations. J. Neuroscience, 20, 8188-8198. download pdf file 


106. Nakayama, Ken. Modularity in perception, its relation to cognition and knowledge. [Chapter] Goldstein, E. Bruce (Ed). (2001). Blackwell handbook of perception. Handbook of experimental psychology series. (pp. 737-759). Malden, MA, US: Blackwell Publishers Inc.. xii, 788pp. download pdf file


107. McKone, E., P. Martini, et al. (2001). "Categorical perception of face identity in noise isolates configural processing." J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform 27(3): 573-99. download pdf file


108. Kristjansson, Mackeben, M. and Nakayama, K. (2001) Rapid, object-based learning in the deployment of transient attention. Perception 30, 1375-1387. download pdf file


109. Kristjansson, A., Y. Chen, et al. (2001). "Less attention is more in the preparation of antisaccades, but not prosaccades." Nat Neurosci 4(10): 1037-42. download pdf file


110. Gillam, B. and K. Nakayama (2002). "Subjective contours at line terminations depend on scene layout analysis, not image processing." Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance 28:43-53. download pdf file


111. Kourtzi, Zoe; Nakayama, Ken (2002). Distinct mechanisms for the representation of moving and static objects. Visual Cognition. 9, 248-264. download pdf file


112. Kristjansson, A., Wang, D.L. and Nakayama, K. The role of priming in conjunctive visual search. Cognition (2002) 37-52. download pdf file


113. Mednick, S.C., Nakayama, K., Cantero, J.L., Aitenza, M., Levin, A.A., Pathak, N. and Stickgold, R. The restorative effect of naps on perceptual deterioration. Nature Neuroscience 5, 677-681. download pdf file


114. Kristjansson, A. and K. Nakayama (2002). "The attentional blink in space and time." Vision Res 42(17): 2039. download pdf file


115. Rubin, N., Nakayama, K. and Shapley, R. (2002), The role of insight in perceptual learning: evidence from illusory contour perception. Perceptual Learning, Fahle, M. and Poggio, T. (Eds.), MIT Press. download pdf file


116. Scholl, B. J. and K. Nakayama (2002). "Causal capture: contextual effects on the perception of collision events." Psychol Sci 13(6): 493-8. download pdf file


117. Chen, Y, Holzman P, Nakayama: "Visual and cognitive contol of attention in smooth pursuit:. Progress in brain research chap 17, vol 140, Elsevier Science 2002.


118. Mednick, S., K. Nakayama, et al. (2003). "Sleep-dependent learning: a nap is as good as a night." Nat Neurosci 6(7): 697-8. download pdf file


119. Kristjansson, Arni; Nakayama, Ken. A primitive memory system for the deployment of transient attention. Perception & Psychophysics. Vol 65(5) Jul 2003, 711-724. download pdf file


120. McKone, Elinor; Martini, Paolo; Nakayama, Ken. Isolating holistic processing in faces (and perhaps objects). [Chapter] Peterson, Mary A. (Ed); Rhodes, Gillian (Ed). (2003). Perception of faces, objects, and scenes: Analytic and holistic processes. Advances in visual cognition. (pp. 92-117). London: Oxford University Press. viii, 393pp.


121. Chen, Yue; Levy, Deborah L; Sheremata, Summer; Nakayama, Ken; Matthysse, Steven; Holzman, Philip S. Effects of Typical, Atypical, and No Antipsychotic Drugs on Visual Contrast Detection in Schizophrenia.. American Journal of Psychiatry. Vol 160(10) Oct 2003, 1795-1801. download pdf file


122. Chen, Y; Nakayama, K; Levy, D; Matthysse, S; Holzman, P. Processing of global, but not local, motion direction is deficient in schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Research. Vol 61(2-3) Jun 2003, 215-227. download pdf file


123. Lenzenweger, Mark F; Nakayama, Ken; Chang, Bernard P. Methodological excursions in pursuit of a somatosensory dysfunction in schizotypy and schizophrenia. [Chapter] Lenzenweger, Mark F. (Ed); Hooley, Jill M. (Ed). (2003). Principles of experimental psychopathology: Essays in honor of Brendan A. Maher. (pp. 135-155). Washington, DC,


124. Rhodes G.; Jeffery L.; Watson T.L.; Clifford C.W.G.; Nakayama K. Fitting the mind to the world: face adaptation and attractiveness aftereffects. Psychological Science, November 2003, vol. 14, no. 6, pp. 558-566(9) download pdf file


125. Duchaine, B. C., H. Parker, K. Nakayama (2003). "Normal recognition of emotion in a prosopagnosic." Perception 32(7): 827-38download pdf file


126. Parker H. McNally R. Nakayama K. Wilhelm S. No disgust recognition deficit in obsessive-compulsive disorder. J. of behavior therapy and experimental psychiatry. 2004, vol 35, pp 183-192.


127. Scholl B. Nakayama K. Illusory Causal Crescents: Misperceived spatial relations due to perceived causality Perception 2004, volume 33, (4), pp 455 - 469. download pdf file


128. Duchaine B Dingle K Butterworth E Nakayama K. Normal Greeble Learning in a severe case of developmental prosopagnosia. Neuron August 2004 Vol 43 pp469-473 download pdf file


129. Nakayama K, Maljkovic V, Kristjansson A. Short-term memory for the rapid deployment of visual attention, chap 29 in the Cognitive Neurosciences III, edited by Gazzaniga 2004 pp397-408. download pdf file


130. Duchaine B, Nakayama K. Developmental prosopagnosia and the Benton Facial Recognition Test. Neurology 2004 (62) pp1219-1220. download pdf file


131. Wang D, Kristjansson A, Nakayama K. Efficient visual search without top-down or bottom-up guidance. Perception and Psychophysics, 2005, 67 (2) pp239-253. download pdf file


132. Duchaine B, Nakayama K. Dissociations of Face and Object Recognition in Developmental Prosopagnosia. Journal of cognitive neuroscience, 2005 172 pp 249-261. download pdf file


133. Nakayama, K. Resolving border disputes in midlevel vision. Neuron 47, 5-8, 2005. download pdf file


134. Harris A, Duchaine B, Nakayama, K. Normal and abnormal face selectivity of the M170 response in developmental prosopagnosics. Neuropsychologia 2005. download pdf file


135. Sadr J, Troje NF, Nakayama, K. Axes versus averages: High-level representations of dynamic point-light forms. Visual Cognition 14(1): 119-122 2006. download pdf file


136. Chiao, J.Y., Heck, H.E., Nakayama, K. and Ambady, N. Priming race in biracial observers affects visual search for different race faces. Psychological Sci 17 (5): 387-392 2006) download pdf file


137. Duchaine, B. and Nakayama, K. The Cambridge Face Memory Test: Results for neurologically intact individuals and an investigation of its validity using inverted face stimuli and prosopagnosic participants Neuropsychologia 44 (4): 576-585 2006 download pdf file


138. Martini, P., McKone, E. & Nakayama, K. Orientation tuning of human face processing estimated by contrast matching in transparency displays. Vision Research, 46, 2102-2109 2006 download pdf file


139. Troje, N., Sadr, J., Geyer H. and Nakayama, K. Adaptation aftereffects in the perception of gender from biological motion. Journal of Vision, 6, 850-857 2006. download pdf file


140. Duchaine B.and Nakayama, K. Developmental prosopagnosia: a window to content-specific face processing. Current Opinion in Neurobiology 16 (2), 166-173, 2006 download pdf file


141 Song JH, Nakayama K. Role of focal attention on latencies and trajectories of visually guided manual pointing. Journal of Vision 6 (9): 982-995 2006 download pdf file


142 Song JH, Nakayama K. Fixation offset facilitates saccades and manual reaching for single but not multiple target displays. Experimental Brain Research 177 (2): 223-232 2007 download pdf file


143 Harris, A, Nakayama K. Rapid Face-selective Adaptation of an early Extrastriate component in MEG. Cerebral Cortex 17 (1): 63-70 2007download pdf file


144 Edelman J., Kristjansson A., Nakayama K. The influence of object-relative visuomotor set on express saccades. Journal of Vision 7(6) 12 1-13 2007. download pdf file


145 Song, J.H, Nakayama K. Automatic adjustment of visuomotor readiness. Journal of Vision 7(5) 2 1-9 2007 download pdf file


146 Wilmer J. and Nakayama K. Two distinct visual motion mechanisms for smooth pursuit: Evidence from individual differences. Neuron 54 1-14 2007 download pdf file


147 Duchaine B, Germine L, Nakayama K. Family resemblance: Ten family members with prosopagnosia and within-class object agnosia. Cognitive Neuropsychology 24 (4) 419-430 2007 download pdf file


148 Duchaine B, Yovel G, Nakayama K. No global processing deficit in the Navon task in 14 developmental prosopagnosics. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 2 104-113 2007. download pdf file


149 Harris, A. M. and Nakayama, K. Rapid adaptation of the M170 Response: Importance of face parts. Cerebral Cortex 18 467-476 2008. download pdf file


150 Xu, Y., Nakayama K. Visual short-term memory benefit for objects on different surfaces in depth. J. Experimental Psychology: General 136(4) 653-662 2007 download pdf file


151 Song JH, Nakayama K. Numeric comparison in a visually-guided manual reaching task. Cognition 106 994-1003 2008. download pdf file


152 Finkbeiner M., Song JH, Nakayama K., Caramazza A. Engaging the motor system with masked orthographic primes: a kinematic analysis. Visual Cognition 16 (1) 11-22 2008 download pdf file


153 Song JH, Nakayama K. Target selection in visual search as revealed by movement trajectories. Vision Research 48 853-861 2008. download pdf file


154 Chen Y., Grossman E., Bidwell C., Yurgelun-Todd D., Gruber S., Levy D, Nakayama K., Holzman P. Differential activation patterns of occipital and prefrontal cortices during motion processing: evidence from normal and schizophrenic brains. Cognitive, Affective and Behavioral Neuroscience 8(3) 293-303 2008. download pdf file


155 Yardley L, McDermott L, Pisarski S, Duchaine B , Nakayama K. Psychosocial consequences of developmental prosopagnosia: A problem of recognition. Journal of Psychosomatic Research 65 445-451 2008. download pdf file


156 Almeida, J., Mahon, B.Z., Nakayama, K., and Caramazza, A. "Unconscious processing dissociates along categorical lines." Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 105 (39) 15214-8 2008. download pdf file



157 Russell R., Duchaine B., Nakayama, K. "Super-recognizers:People with extraordinary face recognition ability." Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 16 (2) 252-257 2009. download pdf file



158 Nakayama K., Shimojo S., Ramachandran V.S. "Authors'update: Surfaces revisited." Perception 38 859-877 2009. download pdf file



159 Song, J.H., Nakayama, K. "Hidden cognitive states revealed in choice reaching tasks." Trends in Cognitive Sciences 13 (8) 360-366 2009. download pdf file



160 Nakayama, K. "Vision going social." The science of social vision. Adams, R.B. Jr., Ambady, N., Nakayama, K. & Shimojo, S. (Eds) Oxford University Press 13 download pdf file



161 Wilmer, J.B., Germine, L., Chabris, C.F., Chatterjee, G., Williams, M., Loken, E., Nakayama, K., & Duchaine, B. (2010). Human face recognition ability is specific and highly heritable. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 107 (11), 5238-5241. download pdf file



162 Schlicht, E.J., Shimojo, S., Camerer, C.F., Battaglia, P., & Nakayama, K. (2010). Human wagering behavior depends on opponents' faces. PLoS One, 5 (7), e11663. download pdf file



163 Chen, H., Russell, R., Nakayama, K., & Livingstone, M. (2010). Crossing the 'uncanny valley': adaptation to cartoon faces can influence perception of human faces. Perception, 39 (3), 378-386. download pdf file



164 Lee, Y., Duchaine, B., Wilson, H.R., & Nakayama, K. (2010). Three cases of developmental prosopagnosia from one family: detailed neuropsychological and psychophysical investigation of face processing. Cortex, 46 (8), 949-964. download pdf file



165 Wilmer, J., Germine, L., Loken, E., Guo, X., Chatterjee, G., Nakayama, K., Williams, M., Chabris, C., and Duchaine, B. (2010) Reply to Thomas: Is human face recognition ability entirely genetic?. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 107, 24: E101-E101 download pdf file



166 Nakayama, K. and Martini, P. (2011) Situating Visual Search. Vision Research, 51, 1526-1537. download pdf file



167 Germine, L., Duchaine, B., & Nakayama, K. Where cognitive development and aging meet: Face learning ability peaks after age 30. Cognition 118, 2011. download pdf file



168 Russell, R., Chatterjee, G., & Nakayama, K. Developmental prosopagnosia and super-recognition: No special role for surface reflectance processing. Neuropsychologia 50, 2012. download pdf file



169 Cohen, M., Cavanagh, P., Chun, M., & Nakayama, K. The attentional requirements of consciousness. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 16, 2012. download pdf file



170 Cohen, M., Cavanagh, P., Chun, M., & Nakayama, K. Response to Tsuchiya et al.: Considering endogenous and exogenous attention. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 16, 2012. download pdf file



171 Germine, L., Nakayama, K., Duchaine, B., Chabris, C., Chatterjee, G., Wilmer, J. Is the Web as good as the lab? Comparable performance from Web and lab in cognitive/perceptual experiments. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review 19, 2012. download pdf file



172 DeGutis, J., Chatterjee, G., Mercado, R., Nakayama, K. Face gender recognition in developmental prosopagnosia: Evidence for holistic processing and use of configural information. Visual Cognition 20, 2012. download pdf file



173 DeGutis, J., Cohan, S., Mercado, R., Wilmer, J., Nakayama, K. Holistic Processing of the Mouth but not the Eyes in Developmental Prosopagnosia. Cognitive Neuropsychology 29, 2012. download pdf file



174 Wilmer, J., Germine, L., Chabris, C., Chatterjee, G., Gerbasi, M., Nakayama, K. Capturing specific abilities as a window into human individuality: The example of face recognition. Cognitive Neuropsychology 29, 2012. download pdf file



175 Almeida, J., Pajtas, P., Mahon, B.Z., Nakayama, K., Caramazza, A. Affect of the unconscious: Visually suppressed angry faces modeulate our decisions. Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 13, 2013. download pdf file



176 Naber, M. & Nakayama, K. Pupil responses to high-level image content. Journal of Vision 13, 2013. download pdf file



177 Naber, M., Vaziri Pashkam, M., Nakayama, K. Unintended imitation affects success in a competitive game. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. 110, 20046-20050, 2013. download pdf file



178 Garrido, L., Vaziri Pashkam, M., Nakayama, K., Wilmer, J. The consequences of subtracting the mean pattern in fMRI multivariate correlation analyses. Frontiers in Neuroscience 7:174, 2013. download pdf file



179 Naber, M., Alvarez, G., Nakayama K. Tracking the allocation of attention using human pupillary oscillations. Frontiers in Psychology 4:919, 2013. download pdf file



180 Freeman, J. B., Nakayama, K., Ambady, N. Finger in flight reveals parallel categorization across multiple social dimentions. Social Cognition 31:792-805, 2013. download pdf file



181 DeGutis, J., Cohan, S., Nakayama, K. Holistic face training enhances face processing in developmental prosopagnosia. Brain 137:1781-1798 Part: 6, 2014. download pdf file



182 Cohen, M. A., Konkle, T., Rhee, J. Y., Nakayama, K., Alvarez, G. Processing multiple visual objects is limited in overlap by neural channels. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 111:24:8955-8960, 2014. download pdf file



183 Scheirer, W. J., Anthony, S. E., Nakayama, K., Cox, D.C. Perceptual Annotation: Measuring Human Vision to Improve Computer Vision. IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence. 36:8:1679-1686, 2014. download pdf file



184 Wilmer J.B., Germine, L., Nakayama, K. Face recognition: a model specific ability. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 8:769, 2014. download pdf file



185 Germine, L., Russell, R., Bronstad, P. M., Blokland, G. A., Nakayama K. & Wilmer, J. B. (2015). Individual Aesthetic Preferences for Faces Are Shaped Mostly by Environments, Not Genes. Current Biology. 25, 1-6, 2015. download pdf file



186 Pepperberg, IM and Nakayama, K Robust representation of shape in a Grey Parrot (Psittacus erithacus) Cognition 153, 146-160, 2016 download pdf file



187 Cohen, M.A., Alvarez, G.A, Nakayama, K. Natural scene perception requires attention. Psychological Science, 22, 1165-1172, 2011. download pdf file



188 Cohen, M.A., Nakayama, K., Konkle, T., Stantic, M., Alvarez, G.A. Visual awareness is limited by the representational architecture of the visual system. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 27, 2240-2252, 2015 download pdf file



189 Vaziri-Pashkam, M., Cormiea, S. and Nakayama, K. Predicting actions from subtle preparatory movements. Cognition 168, 65-75, 2017 download pdf file


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