Shin'ya Nishida Publication List

(update: 27 June 2013)

Papers

  1. Nishida, S. & Takeuchi, T. (1990). The effects of luminance on affinity of apparent motion, Vision Research, 30, 709-721.
  2. Ohtani, Y., Ejima, Y. & Nishida, S. (1991). Contribution of transient and sustained responses to the perception of apparent motion. Vision Research, 31, 999-1012.
  3. Nishida, S., Ohtani, Y., & Ejima, Y. (1992). Inhibitory interaction in a split/fusion apparent motion: Lack of spatial-frequency selectivity. Vision Research, 32, 1523-1534.
  4. Nishida, S. & Sato, T. (1992). Positive motion after-effect induced by bandpass-filtered random-dot kinematograms, Vision Research, 32, 1635-1646.
  5. Nishida, S. (1993). Spatiotemporal properties of motion perception for random-check contrast modulations, Vision Research, 33, 633-645.
  6. Uomori, K. & Nishida, S. (1994). The dynamics of the visual system in combining conflicting KDE and binocular stereopsis cues. Perception & Psychophysics, 55, 526-536.
  7. Pollick, F., Nishida, S., Koike, Y. & Kawato, M. (1994). Perceived motion in structure from motion: Pointing responses to the axis of rotation. Perception & Psychophysics, 56, 91-109.
  8. Hayakawa, H., Nishida, S., Wada, Y. & Kawato, M. (1994). A computational model for shape estimation by integration of shading and edge information. Neural Networks, 7, 1193-1209.
  9. Nishida, S., Ashida, H. & Sato, T. (1994). Complete interocular transfer of motion aftereffect with flickering test. Vision Research, 34, 2707-2716.
  10. Nishida, S. & Sato, T. (1995). Motion aftereffect with flickering test patterns reveals higher stages of motion processing, Vision Research, 35, 477-490.
  11. Edwards, M., Badcock, D. & Nishida, S. (1996). Contrast sensitivity of the motion system. Vision Research, 36, 2411-2422.
  12. Kawahara, J., Yokosawa, K., Nishida, S. & Sato, T. (1996). Illusory line motion in visual search: Attentional facilitation or apparent motion? Perception, 25, 901-920.
  13. Nishida, S., Ashida, H., & Sato, T. (1997). Contrast dependencies of two types of motion aftereffect. Vision Research, 37, 553-563.
  14. Nishida, S., Edwards, M. & Sato,T. (1997). Simultaneous motion contrast across space: Involvement of second-order motion? Vision Research, 37, 199-214
  15. Mareschal, I., Ashida, H., Bex, P.J., Nishida, S. & Verstraten, F.A.J. (1997). Linking lower and higher stages of motion processing? Vision Research, 37, 1755-1759.
  16. Nishida, S., Ledgeway, T. & Edwards, M. (1997). Dual multiple-scale processing for motion in the human visual system. Vision Research, 37, 2685-2698.
  17. Kashino, M. & Nishida, S. (1998). Adaptation in sound localization revealed by auditory aftereffects, Journal of the Acoustical Society of America,103 (6), 3597-3604.
  18. Nishida, S. & Shinya, M. (1998). Use of image-based information in judgments of surface reflectance properties. Journal of the Optical Society of America, A, 15, 2951-2965.
  19. Nishida, S. & Johnston, A. (1999). Influence of motion signals on the perceived position of spatial pattern, Nature, 397, 610-612.
  20. Edwards, M. & Nishida, S. (1999). Global motion transparency: No direction-specific masking. Vision Research, 39, 2239-2249.
  21. Nishida, S., Motoyoshi, I. & Takeuchi, T. (1999). Is the size aftereffect direction selective? Vision Research, 39, 3592-3601.
  22. Nishida, S. & Ashida, H. (2000). A hierarchical structure of motion system revealed by interocular transfer of flicker motion aftereffects. Vision Research, 40, 265-278.
  23. Nishida, S., & Ashida, H. (2001). A motion aftereffect seen more strongly by the non-adapted eye: evidence of multistage adaptation in visual motion processing. Vision Research, 41, 561-570.
  24. Johnston, A., & Nishida, S. (2001). Time perception: Brain time or event time? Current Biology, 11(11), R427-430.
  25. Motoyoshi, I., & Nishida, S. (2001). Temporal resolution of orientation-based texture segregation. Vision Research, 41(16), 2089-2105.
  26. Shimojo, S., Kamitani, Y., & Nishida, S. (2001) Afterimage of perceptually filled-in surface. Science. 293,1677-1680. [Demo]
  27. Motoyoshi, I., & Nishida, S. (2001). Visual response saturation to orientation contrast in the perception of texture boundary. Journal of the Optical Society of America, A, 18, 2209-2219.
  28. Keeble, D., & Nishida, S. (2001). Micropattern orientation and spatial localization. Vision Research, 41, 3719 - 3733.
  29. Nishida, S. & Johnston, A. (2002). Marker correspondence not processing latency determines temporal binding of visual attributes, Current Biology, 12(3), 359-368.
  30. Motoyoshi, I., & Nishida, S. (2002). Spatiotemporal interactions in detection of texture orientation modulations, Vision Research, 42(24), 2829-2841.
  31. Nishida,S., Motoyoshi, I., Andersen, R.A. & Shimojo, S. (2003). Gaze modulation of visual aftereffects, Vision Research, 43(6), 639-649. [Science Direct]
  32. Nishida, S., Sasaki, Y., Murakami, I., Watanabe, T., & Tootell, R.B. (2003). Neuroimaging of direction-selective mechanisms for second-order motion. Journal of Neurophysiology, 2003, 90, 3242-3254.
  33. Johnston, A., Benton, C.P. & Nishida,S. (2003). Golfers may have to overcome a persistent visuospatial illusion, Perception, 32, 1151-1154.
  34. Nishida, S. (2004). Motion-based analysis of spatial patterns by the human visual system, Current Biology, 14, 830-839. [Demo]
  35. Edwards, M. & Nishida, S. (2004). Contrast-reversing global-motion stimuli reveal local interactions between first- and second-order motion signals, Vision Research, 44(16), 1941-1950.
  36. Fujisaki, W., Shimojo, S., Kashino, M. & Nishida, S. (2004). Recalibration of audio-visual simultaneity, Nature Neuroscience, 7(7), 773-778.
  37. Motoyoshi, I. & Nishida, S. (2004). Cross-orientation summation in texture segregation, Vision Research, 44(22), 2567-2576.
  38. Ichikawa, M, Nishida, S. & Ono, H. (2004). Depth perception from second-order-motion stimuli yoked to head movement, Vision Research, 44(25), 2945-2954.
  39. Amano, K., Nishida, S. & Takeda, T. (2004). Enhanced neural responses correlated with perceptual binding of color and motion. Neurol Clin Neurophysiol. 48.
  40. Watanabe, J., Noritake, A., Maeda, T., Tachi, S. & Nishida, S. (2005). Perisaccadic Perception of Continuous Flickers, Vision Research, 45(4), 413-430.
  41. Arnold, D.H., Johnston, A. & Nishida, S. (2005). Timing sight and sound. Vision Research, 45(10), 1275-1284.
  42. Saijo, N., Murakami, I., Nishida, S. & Gomi, H. (2005). Large-field visual motion directly induces an involuntary rapid manual following response, Journal of Neuroscience, 25(20), 4941-4951.
  43. Fujisaki, W. & Nishida, S. (2005). Temporal frequency characteristics of synchrony-asynchrony discrimination of audio-visual signals, Experimental Brain Research. 166, 455-464.
  44. Amano, K., Nishida, S. & Takeda, T. (2006). MEG responses correlated with the visual perception of speed change, Vision Research, 46(3), 336-345.
  45. Fujisaki, W., Koene, A., Arnold, D.H., Johnston, A. & Nishida, S. (2006) Visual search for a target changing in synchrony with an auditory signal. Proc R Soc Lond B Biol Sci, 273, 865-874.
  46. Johnston, A., Arnold, G.H., & Nishida, S. (2006). Spatially Localized Distortions of Event Time, Current Biology, 16, 472-479.
  47. Amano, K., Goda, N., Nishida, S., Ejima, Y., Takeda, T., Ohtani, Y. (2006). Estimation of the timing of human visual perception from magnetoencephalography, Journal of Neuroscience, 26(15), 3981-3991.
  48. Gomi, H., Abekawa, N, Nishida, S. (2006). Spatiotemporal tuning of rapid interactions between visual motion analysis and reaching movement, Journal of Neuroscience, 26(20), 5301-5308.
  49. Nishida, S., Watanabe, J., Kuriki, I. & Tokimoto, T. (2007), Human brain integrates colour signals along motion trajectory, Current Biology, 17(4), 366-372.
  50. Amano, K, Johnston, A. & Nishida (2007), Two mechanisms underlying the effect of angle of motion direction change on colour-motion asynchrony, Vision Research, 47(5), 687-705.
  51. Fujisaki, W. & Nishida, S. (2007). Feature-based processing of audio-visual synchrony perception, Vision Research, 47(8), 1075-1093.
  52. Motoyoshi, I., Nishida, S., Sharan, L. & Adelson, E.H. (2007). Image statistics and the perception of surface qualities, Nature, May 10; 447(7141): 2006-2009. [Study homepage]
  53. Hayashi, R., Nishida, S., Tolias, A., & Logothetis, N.K. (2007). A method for generating a "pure first-order" dichoptic motion stimulus, Journal of Vision, 7(8):7, 1-10.
  54. Watanabe, J., Hayashi, S., Kajimoto, H., Tachi, S., Nishida, S. (2007). Tactile motion aftereffects produced by appropriate presentation for mechanoreceptors, Experimental Brain Research, 180, 577-582.
  55. Watanabe, J. & Nishida, S. (2007). Veridical perception of moving colors by trajectory integration of input signals, Journal of Vision, 7(11), 1-16.
  56. Fujisaki, W. & Nishida, S. (2008). Top-down feature-based selection of matching features for audio-visual synchrony discrimination, Neuroscience Letters, 433(3), 225-230.
  57. Terao, M, Watanabe, J., Yagi, A., & Nishida, S. (2008). Reduction of stimulus visibility compresses apparent time intervals (Brief Communication), Nature Neuroscience, 11(5), 541-542.
  58. Sharan, L., Yuanzhen, L., Motoyoshi, I., Nishida, S., & Adelson, E.H. (2008). Image statistics for surface reflectance perception, Journal of the Optical Society of America, A., 25(4), 846-65 .
  59. Johnston, A., Bruno, A., Watanabe, J., Quansah, B., Patel, N., Dakin, S. & Nishida, S. (2008) Visually-based temporal distortion in dyslexia, Vision Research,48(17), 1852-8.
  60. Amano, K., Kumura, T., Nishida, S., Takeda, T. & Gomi, H. (2009). Close similarity between spatio-temporal frequency tunings of human cortical responses and involuntary manual following responses to visual motion. Journal of Neurophysiology, 101, 888-897.
  61. Mitsudo, H., Kaneko, H. & Nishida, S. (2009). Perceived depth of curved lines in the presence of cyclovergence, Vision Research, 49(3), 348-361.
  62. Amano, K., Edwards, M., Badcock, D.R & Nishida, S., (2009). Adaptive pooling of visual motion signals by the human visual system revealed with a novel multi-element stimulus, Journal of Vision, 9(3):4, 1-25.
  63. Fujisaki, W. & Nishida, S. (2009). Audio-tactile superiority over visuo-tactile and audio-visual combinations in the temporal resolution of synchrony perception, Experimental Brain Research, 198(2-3), 245-259.
  64. Ayhan, I., Bruno, A., Nishida, S. & Johnston, A. (2009). The spatial tuning of adaptation-based time compression, Journal of Vision, 9(11):2. 1-12.
  65. Amano, K., Edwards, M., Badcock, D.R., & Nishida, S., (2009). Spatial-frequency tuning in the pooling of one- and two-dimensional motion signals, Vision Research, 49(23), 2862-2869.
  66. Roseboom, W., Nishida, S. & Arnold, D. (2009). The sliding window of audio-visual simultaneity, Journal of Vision, 9(12), 4, 1-8.
  67. Hayashi, R, Sugita, Y., Nishida, S., & Kawano, K. (2010). How motion signals are integrated across frequencies: study on motion perception and ocular following responses using multiple-slit stimuli, Journal of Neurophysiology, 103(1), 230-243.
  68. Takei, S. & Nishida, S. (2010) Perceptual ambiguity of bistable visual stimuli causes no or little increase in perceptual latency, Journal of Vision, 10(4):23.1-15.
  69. Fujisaki, W. & Nishida, S. (2010). A common perceptual temporal limit of binding synchronous inputs across different sensory attributes and modalities, Proc Biol Sci. 2010 Mar 24. [Epub ahead of print].
  70. Kuroki, S., Watanabe, J., Kawakami, N., Tachi, S., & Nishida, S. (2010). Somatotopic dominance in tactile temporal processing. Exp Brain Res. 2010 May;203(1):51-62. Epub 2010 Mar 19.
  71. Maruya, K., Amano, K. & Nishida, S. (2010). Conditional spatial-frequency selective pooling of one-dimensional motion signals into global two-dimensional motion. Vision Res. 2010 Jun 1;50(11):1054-64. Epub 2010 Mar 29.
  72. Terao, M, Watanabe, J., Yagi, A., & Nishida, S. (2010). Smooth pursuit eye movements improve temporal resolution for color perception, PLoS ONE, 5(6): e11214. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0011214. [Online]
  73. Watanabe, J., Amemiya, T., Nishida, S. & Johnston, A. (2010). Tactile Duration Compression by Vibrotactile Adaptation, NeuroReport, 21, 856-860.
  74. Maruya, K., & Nishida, S. (2010). Spatial pooling of one-dimensional second-order motion signals. Journal of Vision, 2010, 10(13):24. 1-18.
  75. Cassanello CR, Edwards M, Badcock DR, & Nishida S. (2011). No interaction of first- and second-order signals in the extraction of global-motion and optic-flow. Vision Res, 51(3), 352-61.
  76. Roseboom, W., Nishida, S., Fujisaki, W. & Arnold, D. (2011). Audio-visual speech timing sensitivity is enhanced in cluttered conditions. PLoS ONE 6(4): e18309. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0018309. [Online]
  77. Ayhan, I., Bruno, A., Nishida, S. & Johnston, A. (2011). Effect of the luminance signal on adaptation-based time compression, Journal of Vision, 11(7):22, 1-17.
  78. Kuroki, S., Watanabe, J., Mabuchi, K., Tachi, S., & Nishida, S. (2011). Directional remapping in tactile inter-finger apparent motion: a motion aftereffect study. Experimental Brain Research, 216(2), 311-320.
  79. Nishida, S. (2011). Advancement of motion psychophysics: Review 2001-2010. Journal of Vision, 11(5), 11, 1-53.
  80. Amano, K., Takeda, T., Haji, T., Terao, M., Maruya, K., Matsumoto, K., Murakami, I., and Nishida, S. (2012). Human neural responses involved in spatial pooling of locally ambiguous motion signals, Journal of Neurophysiology, 107(12), 3493-3508.
  81. Linares, D., Motoyoshi, I., & Nishida, S. (2012). Surround facilitation for rapid motion perception. Journal of Vision, 12(10), 3–3. doi:10.1167/12.10.3
  82. Edwards M, Cassanello CR, Badcock DR, & Nishida S. (2013). Effect of form cues on 1D and 2D motion pooling, Vision Research, 76, 94-104.
  83. Roseboom, W., Kawabe, T. & Nishida, S. (2013). Direction of visual apparent motion driven by perceptual organisation of cross-modal signals, Journal of Vision, 13(1):6, 1-13.
  84. Maruya, K., Holcombe, A.O. & Nishida, S. (2013). Rapid encoding of relationships between spatially remote motion signals, Journal of Vision, 13(2):4, 1-20.
  85. Roseboom, W., Kawabe, T. & Nishida, S. (2013). Audio-visual temporal recalibration can be constrained by content cues regardless of spatial overlap, Front. Psychol. 4:189. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2013.00189.
  86. Kawabe, T., Roseboom, W., & Nishida, S. (2013). The sense of agency is action-effect causality perception based on cross-modal grouping. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 280(1763), 20130991. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2013.0991
  87. Kuroki, S., Watanabe, J., & Nishida, S. (2013). Contribution of within- and cross-channel information to vibrotactile frequency discrimination. Brain Research, Sep 5, 1529, 46-55.
  88. Linares, D. & Nishida, S. (2013). A synchronous surround increases the motion strength gain of motion, Journal of Vision, 13(13):12, 1-15.
  89. Roseboom, W., Kawabe, T., & Nishida, S. (2013). The cross-modal double flash illusion depends on featural similarity between cross-modal inducers. Scientific Reports, 3. doi:10.1038/srep03437

Book chapter

  1. Culham, J.C., Nishida, S., Ledgeway, T. Cavanagh, P., von Grunau, M.W., Kwas, M., Alais, D. & Raymond, J.E. (1998). Higher-order effects, In Mather et al Eds, "The motion aftereffect: A modern perspective", Chapter 5. MIT Press.
  2. Nishida, S. & Johnston, A. (2010). Time marker theory of cross-channel temporal binding, In Nijihawan, R. & Khurana, B. Eds, "Problems of Space and Time in Perception and Action", Chapter 17, Cambridge University Press.
  3. Fujisaki, W., Kitazawa, S., & Nishida, S. (2012). Multisensory Timing. In Stein Ed, The New Handbook of Multisensory Process. Chapter 16.

Conference

  1. Nishida, S. & Sato, T. (April 1991) Positive motion aftereffect induced by a bandpass random dot kinematogram. Annual Meeting of ARVO, Sarasota (Florida, US).
  2. Arimura, K. & Nishida, S. (May 1992). Simultaneous detection of second-order motions in two regions. Annual Meeting of ARVO, Sarasota (Florida, US).
  3. Pollick, F., Nishida, S., Koike, Y. & Kawato, M. (May 1992). Perceiving the axis of rotation. Annual Meeting of ARVO, Sarasota (Florida, US).
  4. Hayakawa, H., Nishida, S. & Kawato, M. (Aug. 1992). Shape and contour from image. European Conference on Visual Perception, Pisa(Italia).
  5. Nishida, S. & Sato, T. (Sep. 1992). Two mechanisms for motion perception in the human visual system, IEEE RO-MAN, Tokyo.
  6. Nishida, S. & Sato, T. (May 1993). Two kinds of motion aftereffect reveal different types of motion processing. Annual Meeting of ARVO, Sarasota (Florida, US).
  7. Sato, T. & Nishida, S. (May 1993). Second-order depth perception with texture-defined random-check stereograms. Annual Meeting of ARVO, Sarasota (Florida, US).
  8. Mizutani, S., Nishida, S. & Sonehara, N. (Oct. 1993). Feature binding neural model based on a coupled oscillator system, IJCNN, Nagoya (Japan).
  9. Nishida, S., Ashida, H. & Sato, T. (May 1994). Perfect interocular transfer of flicker motion aftereffect, Annual Meeting of ARVO, Sarasota (Florida, US).
  10. Sato, T. & Nishida, S. (May 1994). Does an envelope-detecting mechanism mediate stereopsis for band-limited stimuli? Annual Meeting of ARVO, Sarasota (Florida, US).
  11. Nishida, S., Yanagi, J. & Sato, T. (May 1995). Motion assimilation and contrast in superimposed gratings: Effects of spatiotemporal frequencies, Annual Meeting of ARVO, FT Lauderdale (Florida, US).
  12. Yanagi, J., Nishida, S. & Sato, T. (May 1995). Motion assimilation and contrast in superimposed gratings: Effects of orientation. Annual Meeting of ARVO, FT Lauderdale (Florida, US).
  13. Kawahara, J., Yokosawa, K., Nishida, S. & Sato, T. (May 1995). Illusory line motion in visual search, Annual meeting of ARVO, FT Lauderdale (Florida, US).
  14. Nishida, S., Edwards, M. & Sato, T. (April 1996). Can second-order stimuli generate simultaneous motion contrast. Annual meeting of ARVO, FT Lauderdale (Florida, US).
  15. Edwards, M. & Nishida, S. (April 1996). Extraction of motion transparency: No direction specific masking. Annual meeting of ARVO, FT Lauderdale (Florida, US).
  16. Ichikawa, M., Ono, H., Nishida, S. & Sato, T. (April 1996). Depth perception from second order motion yoked to head movement. Annual meeting of ARVO, FT Lauderdale (Florida, US).
  17. Nishida, S. & Shinya, M. (May 1997). Apparent surface reflectance depends on shape. Annual meeting of ARVO, FT Lauderdale (Florida, US).
  18. Keeble, D.R.T. & Nishida, S. (May 1997). Orientation does not affect Gabor bisection performance. Annual meeting of ARVO, FT Lauderdale (Florida, US).
  19. Ashida, H., Verstraten, F.A.J. & Nishida, S. (August, 1997). What is the transition point between static and dynamic motion aftereffects, European Conference on Visual Perception, Helsinki (Finland).
  20. Nishida, S. & Ashida, H. (May, 1998). Two components of flicker motion aftereffects. Annual meeting of ARVO, FT Lauderdale (Florida, US).
  21. Keeble, D.R.T. & Nishida, S. (May, 1998). 2nd-order texture segmentation and pop-out are poor. Annual meeting of ARVO, FT Lauderdale (Florida, US).
  22. Harris, J.M., Keeble, D.R.T. & Nishida, S. (May, 1998). Effects of viewing distance on stereoacuity. Panum's fusional limit and upper depth limit. Annual meeting of ARVO, FT Lauderdale (Florida, US).
  23. Nishida, S. & Johnston, A. (Aug, 1998). Influence of the motion aftereffect on the judgment of position, European Conference on Visual Perception, Oxford, England.
  24. Nishida, S. & Johnston, A. (May, 1999). Perceptual asynchrony of colour and motion results from repetitive alternation, Annual meeting of ARVO, FT Lauderdale (Florida, US). Presentation Slides [PowerPoint]
  25. Nishida, S. & Johnston, A. (May, 2000). Dissociation of perceived temporal synchrony and response latency for changes in colour and motion, Annual meeting of ARVO, FT Lauderdale (Florida, US). Presentation Poster [PDF]
  26. Motoyoshi, I. & Nishida, S. (May, 2000). Temporal-frequency characteristics of two subsystems involved in orientation-based texture segregation, Annual meeting of ARVO, FT Lauderdale (Florida, US).
  27. Shimojo, S., Kamitani, Y. & Nishida, S. (May, 2000). Adaptation to color filling-in leads to a global afterimage, Annual meeting of ARVO, FT Lauderdale (Florida, US).
  28. Nishida, S. & Johnston, A. (Aug, 2000). Perceptual delay for rapid direction alternations: A new account in terms of the dichotomy of first-order and second-order temporal changes, European Conference on Visual Perception, Groningen (Netherlands). Presentation Slides [PowerPoint]
  29. Nishida, S. & Johnston, A. (May, 2001). Perceptual asynchrony between colour changes and luminance gradient changes, Annual meeting of ARVO, FT Lauderdale (Florida, US). Presentation Slides [PowerPoint]
  30. Motoyoshi, I. & Nishida, S. (May, 2001). Rapid saturation of visual response to orientation contrast in texture segregation, Annual meeting of ARVO, FT Lauderdale (Florida, US).
  31. Johnston, A., Benton, C. & Nishida, S. (May, 2001). An exocentric pointing illusion affecting a common visuomotor task, Annual meeting of ARVO, FT Lauderdale (Florida, US).
  32. Motoyoshi, I. & Nishida, S. (May, 2001). Spatiotempoal interaction in detection of texture orientation modulations, Vision ScienceS Society meeting, Sarasota (Florida, US).
  33. Nishida, S., Motoyoshi, I. & Shimojo, S. (May, 2001). Gaze modulation of visual aftereffects, Vision ScienceS Society meeting, Sarasota (Florida, US). Presentation Poster [PowerPoint]
  34. Nishida, S., Motoyoshi, I. & Shimojo, S. (July, 2001). Gaze modulation modulates visual aftereffects, Asian Conference on Vision, Hayama (Japan).
  35. Nishida, S. (May, 2002), Direction-selective mechanism mediates identification of spatial patterns moving behind narrow slits, Vision ScienceS Society meeting, Sarasota (Florida, US).
  36. Sasaki, Y., Murakami, I., Watanabe, T., Tootell, R. B. H., Nishida, S. (May, 2002), Neuroimaging of direction-selective mechanisms for first-order and second-order motion stimuli, Vision ScienceS Society meeting, Sarasota (Florida, US).
  37. Nishida, S. (July, 2002). Motion-induced interpolation beyond spatial Nyquist frequency limit, Asian Conference on Vision, Gyeongju (Korea).
  38. Nishida, S. (Aug, 2002). Duration of visible persistence drifting with a pattern, European Conference on Visual Perception, Glasgow (Scotland). Presentation Slides
  39. Nishida, S. (May, 2003). Perception of coherent pattern in motion, Vision ScienceS Society meeting, Sarasota (Florida, US), Abstract book pp.83. Presentation poster
  40. Fujisaki, W., Shimojo, S., Kashino, M., & Nishida, S. (May, 2003). Recalibration of audiovisual simultaneity by adaptation to constant time lag, Vision ScienceS Society meeting, Sarasota (Florida, US), Abstract book pp.16. Presentation slides
  41. Edwards, M., Nishida, S. (May, 2003). Interaction between first- and second-order motion signals at the local motion scale, Vision ScienceS Society meeting, Sarasota (Florida, US), Abstract book pp.151.
  42. Nishida, S., Fujisaki, W., Kashino, M., & Shimojo, S. (Sep, 2003). Recalibration of temporal tuning of an audiovisual interaction by adaptation to a constant time lag, European Conference on Visual Perception, Paris (France).
  43. Johnston, A., Arnold, D.H., & Nishida, S.(Sep, 2003). The effects of temporal adaptation on the perception of flicker duration, European Conference on Visual Perception, Paris (France).
  44. Arnold, D.H., Johnston, A., & Nishida, S.(Sep, 2003). Flickering Times: The effects of frequency upon judgments of relative flicker durations, European Conference on Visual Perception, Paris (France).
  45. Saijo, N., Murakami, I., Nishida, S. & Gomi, H. (Nov. 2003). Reflexive arm movement induced by large field visual-motion. (Nov. 2003). Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting.
  46. Gomi, H., Abekawa, N., & Nishida, S. (April. 2004). Effects of image contrast and spatiotemporal-frequency on the quick arm response induced by visual motion. The 14th Annual Neural Control of Movement Meeting.
  47. Nishida, S., Watanabe, J.,Tachi, S. & Kuriki, I. (May, 2004). Motion-induced colour mixture, Vision Sciences Society, Sarasota (Florida, US). Presentation slides
  48. Amano, K., Nishida, S. & Takeda, T. (May, 2004). MEG responses for color-motion asynchrony, Vision ScienceS Society meeting, Sarasota (Florida, US). Presentation poster
  49. Watanabe, J., Noritake, A., Maeda, T., Tachi, S. & Nishida, S. (May, 2004). Space constancy around the time of a saccade for intransient stimuli, Vision ScienceS Society meeting, Sarasota (Florida, US). Presentation slides
  50. Arnold, D. H., Johnston, A., & Nishida, S. (May, 2004). Timing sight and sound: Determining the temporal tuning of a cross modal interaction, Vision ScienceS Society meeting, Sarasota (Florida, US). Presentation slides
  51. Fujisaki, W. & Nishida, S. (June, 2004). Temporal characteristics of synchrony detection of audiovisual signals, 5th Annual meeting of the International Multisensory Research Forum, Barcelona (Spain).
  52. Watanabe, J., Nishida, S., Tachi, S. & Kuriki, I. (Aug, 2004). Motion-induced colour mixture: Objective evaluation by colour matching, European Conference on Visual Perception, Budapest (Hungary).
  53. Amano, K., Nishida, S. & Takeda, T. (2004). Enhanced neural responses correlated with perceptual binding of color and motion, Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Biomagnetism, Boston (Massachusetts), pp.427-428.
  54. Gomi, H., Saijo, N., Abekawa, N., Murakami, I., & Nishida, S. (Oct, 2004). Quick manual following response induced by large-field visual motion: what drives the response and how is it driven? In: Advances in Computational Motor Control III, Satellite Symposium at 34rd Annual Meeting of Society for Neuroscience. San Diego (California).
  55. Abekawa, N., Nishida, N., & Gomi, H. Visual stimulus specificity of the quick manual following response, Program No. 872.7. 2004 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience, 2004.
  56. Nishida, S., Watanabe, J. & Kuriki, I. (Nov, 2004). Motion-induced colour mixture: Psychophysical tests of eye movement artifacts, Asian Conference on Vision, Chongqing (China).
  57. Nishida, S., Watanabe, J. & Kuriki, I. (May, 2005). Motion-Induced Colour Segregation, Vision Sciences Society meeting, Sarasota (Florida, US). Presentation poster
  58. Motoyoshi, I., Nishida, S. & Adelson, EH. (May, 2005). Image statistics as a determinant of reflectance perception, Vision Sciences Society meeting, Sarasota (Florida, US).
  59. Koene, A., Fujisaki, W., Arnold, D., Johnston, A. & Nishida, S. (May, 2005). Cross modal correlation search in the presence of visual distractors. Vision Sciences Society meeting, Sarasota (Florida, US).
  60. Amano, K, Nishida, S., Ohtani, Y., Goda, N., Ejima, Y. & Takeda, T. (May, 2005). Predicting manual reaction time to visual motion by temporal integrator model of MEG response. Vision Sciences Society meeting, Sarasota (Florida, US).
  61. Johnston, A., Arnold, D. & Nishida, S. (May, 2005). Spatially localised distortions of perceived duration. Vision Sciences Society meeting, Sarasota (Florida, US).
  62. Gomi, H., Abekawa, N. & Nishida, S. (May, 2005). Implicit sensorimotor control: Rapid response of arm and eye share the visual motion encoding, Vision Sciences Society meeting, Sarasota (Florida, US).
  63. Fujisaki, W. & Nishida, S. (June, 2005). Feature-based, post-attentive processing for temporal synchrony perception of audiovisual signals revealed by random pulse trains, 6th Annual meeting of the International Multisensory Research Forum, Robereto (Italy). Presentation poster
  64. Nishida, S. & Fujisaki, W. (Aug, 2005). Comparison of audiovisual temporal synchrony perception with visual motion perception suggests a general feature-matching model for cross-attribute binding, European Conference on Visual Perception, A Coruna (Spain). Presentation poster
  65. Watanabe, J., Kuriki, I. & Nishida, S., (Aug, 2005). Motion-based colour integration along S-cone modulation, European Conference on Visual Perception, A Coruna (Spain). Presentation poster
  66. Motoyoshi, I., Nishida, S. & Adelson, EH. (Aug, 2005). Adaptation to skewed image statistics alters the perception
    of glossiness and lightness, European Conference on Visual Perception, A Coruna (Spain).
  67. Motoyoshi, I., Nishida, S. & Adelson, EH. (Aug, 2005). Luminance re-mapping for the control of material perception, Second Symposium on Applied Perception in Graphics and Visualization, A Coruna (Spain).
  68. Amano, K, Ohtani, Y., Goda, N., Nishida, S., Ejima, Y. & Takeda, T. (Nov, 2005). Predicting manual reaction time to visual stimuli by integrator model of MEG . Annual Meeting of Society for Neuroscience, Washington, DC.
  69. Nishida, S., Amano, K., Edwards, M. & Badcock, DR (May, 2006). Global motion with multiple Gabors: A tool to investigate motion integration across orientation and space, Vision Sciences Society meeting, Sarasota (Florida, US).
  70. Nishida, S., Amano, K. & Johnston, A. (July, 2006). How angle of motion direction change affects colour-motion asynchrony, Asian Conference on Vision, Matsue (Japan).
  71. Amano, K., & Nishida, S. (July, 2006). Two-stage integration model for global Gabor/Plaid motion perception, Asian Conference on Vision, Matsue (Japan).
  72. Hayashi, R,. Nishida, S., Toliasm A. & Logothetis, NK. (July, 2006). "Pure" dichoptic motion without any salient motion cues, Asian Conference on Vision, Matsue (Japan).
  73. Watanabe, J. & Nishida, S., (Aug, 2006). Motion-based colour integration in ambiguous motion, European Conference on Visual Perception, St. Petersberg (Russia).
  74. Nishida, S., Amano, K., Edwards, M. & Badcock, DR (Oct, 2006). 2D velocity computation for global motion from 1D and 2D local motion signals, Annual Meeting of Society for Neuroscience, Atlanta (Georgia).
  75. Amano, K., Ohtsuka, K., Takeda, T. & Nishida, S. (Oct, 2006). Neural basis of audio-visual synchrony detection studied by MEG, Annual Meeting of Society for Neuroscience, Atlanta (Georgia).
  76. Nishida, S., Amano, K., Edwards, M. & Badcock, DR (May, 2007). Spatial frequency tunings of motion integration across space and orientation, Vision Sciences Society meeting, Sarasota (Florida, US).
  77. Terao, M., Watanabe, J., Yagi, A., & Nishida, S. (May, 2007). Flash visibility degradation compresses apparent brief inter-flash intervals as does saccadic eye movement, Vision Sciences Society meeting, Sarasota (Florida, US).
  78. Sharan, L.,Adelson, E.H., Motoyoshi, I., Nishida, S. (May, 2007). Histogram skewness is useful and easily computed in neural hardware, European Conference on Visual Perception, Arrezzo (Italy).
  79. Fujisaki, W. & Nishida, S. (July, 2007). Audio-tactile, visuo-tactile, and audio-visual temporal synchrony perception, Annual meeting of the International Multisensory Research Forum, Sydney (Australia).
  80. Nishida, S. & Fujisaki, W. (July, 2007). Dissociations of temporal-order and synchrony judgments: Revisited, Annual meeting of the International Multisensory Research Forum, Sydney (Australia).
  81. Sharan, L.,Adelson, E.H., Motoyoshi, I., Nishida, S. (August, 2007). Non-oriented filters are better than oriented filters for skewness detection, Vision Sciences Society meeting, Sarasota (Florida, US).
  82. Amano, K., Kimura, T, Nishida, S., Takeda, T., Gomi, H. (Nov. 2007). Visual motion evoked MEG responses highly correlated with involuntarily induced quick manual response. Annual Meeting of Society for Neuroscience, San Diego (California).
  83. Watanabe, J., Amemiya, T, Nishida, S, Johnston, A. (Nov. 2007). Distortion of tactile duration perception. Annual Meeting of Society for Neuroscience, San Diego (California)
  84. Nishida, S., Motoyoshi, I., Nakano, L., Li, Y., Sharan, L. & Adelson, EH. (May, 2008). Do colored highlights look like highlights? Vision Sciences Society meeting, Naples (Florida, US).
  85. Gomi, H., Nishida, S. (May, 2008). Visual motion interaction between central and peripheral visual fields for the manual following response. Vision Sciences Society meeting, Naples (Florida, US).
  86. Takei, S., Fujisaki, W., & Nishida, S. (May, 2008). Perceptual latency of sound-induced visual bounce. Vision Sciences Society meeting, Naples (Florida, US).
  87. Terao, M., Watanabe, J., Yagi, A. & Nishida, S. (May, 2008). Improvement of chromatic temporal resolution during smooth pursuit eye movement. Vision Sciences Society meeting, Naples (Florida, US).
  88. Takei, S., Fujisaki, W., & Nishida, S. (June, 2008). The perceptual decision for bistable ambiguous stimulus does not delay. Annual Meeting of the Association of the Scientific Study of Consciousness (ASSC12), Taipei (Taiwan).
  89. Nishida, S., Amano, K. & Takeda, T. (July, 2008). Dissociation between simultaneity judgment and reaction time to coherent motion onset: A magnetoencephalography (MEG) analysis. Asia-Pacific Conference on Vision, Brisbane (Australia).
  90. Fujisaki, W. & Nishida, S. (July, 2008). Temporal limits of cross-modal and cross-attribute binding judgments, Annual meeting of the International Multisensory Research Forum, Berlin (Germany) .
  91. Nakano, L., Takeuchi, T., Motoyoshi, I., Li, Y., Adelson, E., & Nishida, S. (May, 2009). The effect of color saturation and luminance contrast on color naturalness, Vision Sciences Society meeting, Naples (Florida, US).
  92. Kuroki, S., Watanabe, J., Kawakami, N., Tachi, S. & Nishida, S. (Aug, 2009). Are tactile temporal processings based on the space of somatotopic or spatiotopic? European Conference on Visual Perception, Regensburg (Germany).
  93. Terao, M., Kato, M., Murakami, I., Yagi, A. & Nishida, S. (Oct. 2009). Motion correspondence based on the proximity in the environmental coordinates during smooth pursuit eye movements. Society for Neuroscience 2009, Chicago (USA).
  94. Nishida, S. & Fujisaki, W. (2010). The common 2-3Hz limit of binding synchronous signals across different sensory attributes reveals a slow universal temporal binding process, Vision Sciences Society meeting, Naples (Florida, US).
  95. Maruya, K. & Nishida, S. (2010). Feature invariant spatial pooling of first- and second-order motion signals for solution of aperture problem, Vision Sciences Society meeting, Naples (Florida, US).
  96. Amano, K., Maruya, K., & Nishida, S. (2010). Neural responses involved in 1D motion spatial pooling, Vision Sciences Society meeting, Naples (Florida, US).
  97. Rider, A., Johnston, A. & Nishida, S. (2010). Position-variant perception of a novel ambiguous motion field, Vision Sciences Society meeting, Naples (Florida, US).
  98. Edwards, M., Cassanello, C., & Badcock, D.R., & Nishida, S. (2010). The role of form cues in the pooling of 1D and 2D motion signals, Vision Sciences Society meeting, Naples (Florida, US).
  99. Cassanello, C., Edwards, M., Nishida, S. & Badcock, D.R. (2010). Role of form cues in second-order motion pooling, Vision Sciences Society meeting, Naples (Florida, US).
  100. Ayhan, I., Bruno, A., Nishida, S. & Johnston, A. The effect of luminance signal on adaptation-based duration compression, Vision Sciences Society meeting, Naples (Florida, US).
  101. Fujisaki, W. & Nishida, S. (2010). Critical crowding frequency is not dependent on stimulus attribute and modality, Annual meeting of the International Multisensory Research Forum, Liverpool (UK).
  102. Johnston, A., Rider, A. & Nishida, S. (2010). Position-dependent Perceptual Organisation of an Ambiguous Global Motion Pattern, Asia-Pacific Conference on Vision, Taipei (Taiwan).
  103. Terao, M., Murakami, I., & Nishida, S. (2010). Contrast-dependent Change of the Effect of Pursuit Eye Movements on the Perceived Direction of Retinally Ambiguous Motion, Asia-Pacific Conference on Vision, Taipei (Taiwan).
  104. Nishida, S., Amano, K., Maruya, K., Edwards, M. & Badcock, DR. (2011). Intelligent motion integration across multiple stimulus dimensions, Symposium on "Integrating local motion information". Vision Sciences Society meeting, Naples (Florida, US).
  105. Nishida, S., Motoyoshi, I., & Maruya, K. (2011). Luminance-color interactions in surface gloss perception. Vision Sciences Society meeting, Naples (Florida, US).
  106. Maruya, K., Holcombe, AO. & Nishida, S. (2011). A high temporal resolution and long-range mechanism that identifies which motion directions occur at the same time. Vision Sciences Society meeting, Naples (Florida, US).
  107. Ayhan, I., Bruno, A., Nishida, S. & Johnston, A. (2011). The effect of silultaneous context on perceived duration, Vision Sciences Society meeting, Naples (Florida, US).
  108. Linares, D., Motoyoshi, I., Maruya, K. & Nishida, S. (2011). Motion attached to a new surface is easier to detect. Vision Sciences Society meeting, Naples (Florida, US).
  109. Kawabe, T. & Nishida, S. (2011). The role of local adaptation and target transience in subjective disappearance of a moving target with flickering flankers, ASSC, Kyoto (Japan).
  110. Fujisaki, W. & Nishida, S. (2011). Sensory attribute identification time cannot explain the common temporal limit of binding different attributes and modalities, Annual meeting of the International Multisensory Research Forum, Fukuoka, Japan.
  111. Kawabe, T. & Nishida, S. (2011). Mislocalization of a visual flash in the direction of subsequent auditory motion, Annual meeting of the International Multisensory Research Forum, Fukuoka, Japan.
  112. Kanaya.S., Fujisaki, W., Nishida, S., & Yokosawa, K. (2012). Temporal frequency limits for within- and cross-attribute binding in vision and audition, Vision Sciences Society meeting, Naples (Florida, US).
  113. Terao, M., Murakami, I., & Nishida, S. (2012). Motion correspondence based on the perisaccadically compressed space, Vision Sciences Society meeting, Naples (Florida, US).
  114. Linares, D., Motoyoshi, I., & Nishida, S. (2012). A synchronous surround increases motion sensitivity, Vision Sciences Society meeting, Naples (Florida, US).
  115. Roseboom, W., Kawabe, T., & Nishida, S. (2012). Changes in visual apparent motion direction by cross-modal interaction are not dependent on temporal ventriloquism, Vision Sciences Society meeting, Naples (Florida, US).
  116. Kawabe, T., Maruya, K., & Nishida, S. (2012). The role of dynamic visual information in the estimation of liquid viscosity. Vision Sciences Society meeting, Naples (Florida, US).
  117. Maruya, K. & Nishida, S. (2012). Long-range relationship between separated local motion signals is rapidly encoded in a point-to-point manner, Vision Sciences Society meeting, Naples (Florida, US).
  118. Kuroki, S., Watanabe, J., & Nishida, S., (2012). Dissociation of vibrotactile frequency discrimination performances for supra-threshold and near-threshold vibrations, EUROHAPTICS.
  119. Linares, D., Holcombe, AO, Motoyoshi, I., & Nishida, S. (2012). Perceived timing of different features at surface formation, Asia-Pacific Conference on Vision, Inceon (Korea).
  120. Kawabe, T., Roseboom, W., & Nishida (2012). Crossmodal perceptual grouping modulates subjective causality between action and outcome. Asia-Pacific Conference on Vision, Inceon (Korea).
  121. Roseboom, W., Kawabe, T., & Nishida (2012). The cross-modal double flash illusion cannot be explained by interactions between primary sensory representations, Asia-Pacific Conference on Vision, Inceon (Korea).
  122. Nishida, S., Fujisaki, W., Goda, N., Motoyoshi, I. & Komatsu, H. (2012). Not glass but plastic - Audiovisual integration in human material perception, European Conference on Vision, Alghero (Italy).
  123. Roseboom, W., Kawabe, T., & Nishida (2012). Content cues can constrain AV temporal recalibration regardless of spatial overlap, European Conference on Vision, Alghero (Italy).
  124. Wang, Q., Motoyoshi, I., & Nishida, S. (2013). Characterization of high-level images features for surface gloss perception, Vision Sciences Society meeting, Naples (Florida, US).
  125. Maruya, K., Kawabe, T. & Nishida, S. (2013). Material from motion — Human perception of fluid properties from motion vector fields. Vision Sciences Society meeting, Naples (Florida, US).
  126. Kawabe, T., Maruya, K. & Nishida, S. (2013). Seeing transparent liquids from dynamic image distortion, Vision Sciences Society meeting, Naples (Florida, US).
  127. Linares, D., Motoyoshi, I., & Nishida, S. (2013). Facilitation of rapid motion perception by a static, but not dynamic, synchronous surround, Vision Sciences Society meeting, Naples (Florida, US).
  128. Amano, K., Qi, L., Takeda, T. & Nishida, S. (2013). Neural correlates of time marker for simultaneity judgment, Vision Sciences Society meeting, Naples (Florida, US).
  129. Kanaya, S., Fujisaki, W., Nishida, S., Furukawa, S. & Yokosawa, K. (2013). Comparisons of temporal frequency limits for cross-at- tribute binding tasks in vision and audition, Vision Sciences Society meeting, Naples (Florida, US).
  130. Kuroki, S., Watanabe, S., and Nishida, S., " Synthesis of vibrotactile frequencies," European Conference on Visual Perception (Bremen).
  131. Ho, H-N, Iwai, D., Yoshikawa,Y., Watanabe, J. and Nishida, S. (2013). "Effects of color on perceived temperature," European Conference on Visual Perception (Bremen).

Invited talk

  1. Nishida, S. (March, 2000). Messages between modules. The 26th NIPS International Symposium, "Neural Mechanisms of Visual Perception and Cognition", Okazaki (Japan).
  2. Nishida, S. (Nov. 2000). Perceptual timing of motion: Psychophysical studies on modularities of vision, ICONIP, Taejon (Korea).
  3. Nishida, S. (Aug. 2002). Direction selective pattern analysis, Conference: Visual Localisation in Space-Time, Brighton (England).
  4. Nishida, S. (Aug. 2003). How does the brain judge simultaneity of events? MBL Workshop on Neural Spectroscopy, Woods Hall (Massachusetts).
  5. Nishida, S., Fujisaki, W., Kashino, M. & Shimojo, S. (April. 2004). Recalibration of Audio-visual Simultaneity: where does it occur?, International Congress on Acoustics, Kyoto (Japan).
  6. Nishida, S. (July, 2004). Motion-based pattern perception, ICO'04, Tokyo (Japan).
  7. Nishida, S. (Oct. 2004). Perception of audio-visual synchrony, UCL Temporal Processing and Cross Modal Perception Workshop. London (England).
  8. Nishida, S. & Fujisaki, W. (Jan. 2005). Audio-visual synchrony, ATR Symposium on the Cross-modal Processing of Faces and Voices, Kyoto (Japan).
  9. Nishida, S. (July, 2006). Interactions and integrations of multiple sensory channels in human brain. International Conference on Multimedia & Expo (ICME), Toronto (Canada).
  10. Nishida, S., Motoyoshi, I., Sharan, L., Li, Y., (Nakano, L.,) Adelson, E.H. (July, 2007). The perception of reflectance properties of natural surfaces using image statistics, 19th Symposium of the International Colour Vision Society, Belem (Brazil).
  11. Kitazawa, S. & Nishida, S. (June, 2008). Tutorial: Adaptive anomalies in conscious time perception. Annual Meeting of the Association of the Scientific Study of Consciousness (ASSC12), Taipei (Taiwan).
  12. Nishida, S. (July, 2008). Human visual processing for surface qualities of moving and stationary objects. International Workshop on Image Media Quality and its Applications (IMQA2008), Kyoto (Japan).
  13. Nishida, S., Motoyoshi, I., Nakano, L., Sharan, L. Li, Y., & Adelson, EH. (Oct, 2008). Roles of color in perception of material properties, Workshop on the Perception of Material Properties in 3D Scenes, Philadelphia (Pennsylvania, US)
  14. Nishida, S. Terao, M. & Watanabe, J. (Oct, 2008). Trajectory integration of color signals for motion deblurring, The OSA Fall Vision Meeting, Rochester (New York, US)
  15. Nishida, S., Amano, K., Maruya, K., Edwards, M. & Badcock, DR (Dec, 2008). Motion integration across orientation, space and spatial frequency, UCL Workshop "From Cooperative Processes to Global Motion", London (UK).
  16. Nishida, S. (Sep, 2009). Psychophysical approach to the measurement of perceptual latency, NIPS International Workshop for Scientific Study of Consciousness, Okazaki (Japan).
  17. Nishida, S. (2010). Perception of colorful natural scenes, Asia-Pacific Conference on Vision, Taipei (Taiwan).
  18. Nishida, S. (2011). Color processing for surface gloss and image naturalness. Workshop on Material Perception, Rauischholzhausen, Germany, June 1-5, 2011.
  19. Nishida, S. (2012). Seminar, Peking University (China).
  20. Nishida, S. (2012). Spatial processing of visual motion, Symposium on Mechanism of Motion Perception, Asia-Pacific Conference on Vision, Inceon (Korea).
  21. Nishida, S. (2013). Hierarchical processing of motion information by human vision, Workshop on Perception of Motion and Pattern, Kyoto University.

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