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Jun'ichi KATAYAMA
Jun'ichi KATAYAMA
Department of Psychological Science, Kwansei Gakuin University
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei kwansei.ac.jp
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Stimulus context determines P3a and P3b
J Katayama, J Polich
Psychophysiology 35 (1), 23-33, 1998
4481998
Visual mismatch negativity: new evidence from the equiprobable paradigm
M Kimura, J Katayama, H Ohira, E Schröger
Psychophysiology 46 (2), 402-409, 2009
2132009
Auditory and visual P300 topography from a 3 stimulus paradigm
J Katayama, J Polich
Clinical Neurophysiology 110 (3), 463-468, 1999
1851999
P300 from one-, two-, and three-stimulus auditory paradigms
J Katayama, J Polich
International Journal of Psychophysiology 23 (1-2), 33-40, 1996
1581996
P300, probability, and the three-tone paradigm
J Katayama, J Polich
Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology/Evoked Potentials …, 1996
1271996
Self-relevant criteria determine the evaluation of outcomes induced by others
S Itagaki, J Katayama
Neuroreport 19 (3), 383-387, 2008
1162008
Probability‐independent and‐dependent ERPs reflecting visual change detection
M Kimura, J Katayama, H Murohashi
Psychophysiology 43 (2), 180-189, 2006
742006
Face-specific N170 component is modulated by facial expressional change
M Miyoshi, J Katayama, T Morotomi
Neuroreport 15 (5), 911-914, 2004
722004
Stimulus context determines whether non-target stimuli are processed as task-relevant or distractor information
R Sawaki, J Katayama
Clinical Neurophysiology 117 (11), 2532-2539, 2006
662006
Somatosensory P2 reflects resource allocation in a game task: assessment with an irrelevant probe technique using electrical probe stimuli to shoulders
F Sugimoto, J Katayama
International Journal of Psychophysiology 87 (2), 200-204, 2013
622013
Difficulty of discrimination modulates attentional capture for deviant information
R Sawaki, J Katayama
Psychophysiology 44 (3), 374-382, 2007
622007
Positive difference in ERPs reflects independent processing of visual changes
M Kimura, J Katayama, H Murohashi
Psychophysiology 42 (4), 369-379, 2005
572005
Attending to a location in three-dimensional space modulates early ERPs
T Kasai, T Morotomi, J Katayama, T Kumada
Cognitive Brain Research 17 (2), 273-285, 2003
502003
Distractor P3 is associated with attentional capture by stimulus deviance
R Sawaki, J Katayama
Clinical Neurophysiology 119 (6), 1300-1309, 2008
492008
An ERP study of visual change detection: effects of magnitude of spatial frequency changes on the change-related posterior positivity
M Kimura, J Katayama, H Murohashi
International Journal of Psychophysiology 62 (1), 14-23, 2006
482006
Attention switching function of memory-comparison-based change detection system in the visual modality
M Kimura, J Katayama, H Murohashi
International Journal of Psychophysiology 67 (2), 101-113, 2008
392008
Sentence verification and event-related brain potentials
J Katayama, Y Miyata, A Yagi
Biological Psychology 25 (2), 173-185, 1987
371987
Neural correlates of error processing reflect individual differences in interoceptive sensitivity
T Sueyoshi, F Sugimoto, J Katayama, H Fukushima
International Journal of Psychophysiology 94 (3), 278-286, 2014
352014
Involvement of memory‐comparison‐based change detection in visual distraction
M Kimura, J Katayama, H Murohashi
Psychophysiology 45 (3), 445-457, 2008
352008
Working memory capacity affects the interference control of distractors at auditory gating
Y Tsuchida, J Katayama, H Murohashi
Neuroscience Letters 516 (1), 62-66, 2012
312012
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