Ken Kihara
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Age-related differences in effects of non-driving related tasks on takeover performance in automated driving
Y Wu, K Kihara, K Hasegawa, Y Takeda, T Sato, M Akamatsu, S Kitazaki
Journal of safety research 72, 231-238, 2020
Effects of scheduled manual driving on drowsiness and response to take over request: A simulator study towards understanding drivers in automated driving
Y Wu, K Kihara, Y Takeda, T Sato, M Akamatsu, S Kitazaki
Accident Analysis & Prevention 124, 202-209, 2019
Recovery from object substitution masking induced by transient suppression of visual motion processing: A repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation study.
N Hirose, K Kihara, T Mima, Y Ueki, H Fukuyama, N Osaka
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 33 (6 …, 2007
Time course of the integration of spatial frequency-based information in natural scenes
K Kihara, Y Takeda
Vision research 50 (21), 2158-2162, 2010
Distractor devaluation effect in the attentional blink: direct evidence for distractor inhibition.
K Kihara, Y Yagi, Y Takeda, JI Kawahara
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 37 (1), 168, 2011
The role of left and right intraparietal sulcus in the attentional blink: a transcranial magnetic stimulation study
K Kihara, N Hirose, T Mima, M Abe, H Fukuyama, N Osaka
Experimental Brain Research 178, 135-140, 2007
Eye movements predict driver reaction time to takeover request in automated driving: A real-vehicle study
Y Wu, K Kihara, Y Takeda, T Sato, M Akamatsu, S Kitazaki, K Nakagawa, ...
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 81, 355-363, 2021
Differential contributions of the intraparietal sulcus and the inferior parietal lobe to attentional blink: Evidence from transcranial magnetic stimulation
K Kihara, T Ikeda, D Matsuyoshi, N Hirose, T Mima, H Fukuyama, ...
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 23 (1), 247-256, 2011
Differential contributions of GABA concentration in frontal and parietal regions to individual differences in attentional blink
K Kihara, HM Kondo, JI Kawahara
Journal of neuroscience 36 (34), 8895-8901, 2016
Attentive tracking of moving objects in real 3D space
AU Rehman, K Kihara, A Matsumoto, S Ohtsuka
Vision Research 109, 1-10, 2015
Usability of liquid crystal displays for research in the temporal characteristics of perception and attention
K Kihara, JI Kawahara, Y Takeda
Behavior research methods 42 (4), 1105-1113, 2010
Early mechanism of negativity bias: An attentional blink study1
K Kihara, N Osaka
Japanese Psychological Research 50 (1), 1-11, 2008
Pupillometric evidence for the locus coeruleus-noradrenaline system facilitating attentional processing of action-triggered visual stimuli
K Kihara, T Takeuchi, S Yoshimoto, HM Kondo, JI Kawahara
Frontiers in psychology 6, 145246, 2015
No commonality between attentional capture and attentional blink
JI Kawahara, K Kihara
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 64 (5), 991-1008, 2011
Assessing the mental states of fallback-ready drivers in automated driving by electrooculography
Y Wu, K Kihara, Y Takeda, T Sato, M Akamatsu, S Kitazaki
2019 IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Conference (ITSC), 4018-4023, 2019
Common principles underlie the fluctuation of auditory and visual sustained attention
H Terashima, K Kihara, JI Kawahara, HM Kondo
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 74 (4), 705-715, 2021
24.3: Human‐Body Swing Affects Visibility of Scrolled Characters with Direction Dependency
S Ohtsuka, S Oka, K Kihara, T Tsuruda, M Seki
SID Symposium Digest of Technical Papers 42 (1), 309-312, 2011
The role of low-spatial frequency components in the processing of deceptive faces: A study using artificial face models
K Kihara, Y Takeda
Frontiers in psychology 10, 436080, 2019
P‐35: Individual Differences in the Use of Binocular and Monocular Depth Cues in 3D‐Graphic Environments
H Fujisaki, H Yamashita, K Kihara, S Ohtsuka
SID Symposium Digest of Technical Papers 43 (1), 1190-1193, 2012
Involvement of V5/MT+ in object substitution masking: evidence from repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation
N Hirose, K Kihara, H Tsubomi, T Mima, Y Ueki, H Fukuyama, N Osaka
Neuroreport 16 (5), 491-494, 2005
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