Title Journal/Society Date of issue/ presentation
Papers Ikeda, A., Kobayashi, T., Itakura, S. Sensitivity to register selection errors 5-and 7-year-old children Developmental Psychology 2019
Papers Ishikawa, M., Yoshimura, M., Sato, H., Itakura, S. Effects of attentional behaviours on infant visual preferences and object choice Cognitive processing1-8 2019.4
Papers Park, Y. H., & Itakura, S. Causal Information Over Facial Expression:Modulation of Facial Expression Processing by Congruency and Causal Factor of the Liniguistic Cues in 5-Year-Old Japanese Children Journal of psycholinguistic research 1-18 2019.4
Papers Yamamoto, H., Sato, A., & Itakura, S. Eye tracking in an everyday environment reveals the interpersonal distance that affords infant-parent gaze communication. Scientific Reports, 9(1), 1-9 2019.7
Papers Mako Okanda,Kosuke Taniguchi,Shoji Itakura The Role of Animism Tendencies and Empathy in Adult Evaluations of Robot. Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Human-Agent Interaction, HAI 2019, Kyoto, Japan, October 06-10, 2019 51-58 2019.9
Papers ManyBabies Consortium. Quantifying sources of variability in infancy research using the infant-directed speech preference. Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science 2019.9
Papers Meng X, Nakawake Y, Nitta H, Hashiya K, Moriguchi Y Space and rank: infants expect agents in higher position to be socially dominant. Proceedings. Biological sciences 286(1912) 20191674 2019.10
Papers Akiko Okuno, Thea R. Cameron-Faulkner & Anna L. Theakston Crosslinguistic Differences in the Encoding of Causality: Transitivity Preferences in English and Japanese Children and Adults. Language Learning and Development 1-28 2019.11
Papers Moriguchi, Y., Kanakogi, Y., Okumura, Y., Shinohara, I., Itakura, S., & Shimojo, S. Imaginary agents exist perceptually for children but not for adults. Palgrave Communications, 5(1), 1-9 2019.11
Papers Moriguchi, Y., Kanakoi, Y., Okumura, Y., Shinohara, I., Itakura S., & Shimojo, S. Imaginary agents exist perceptually for children but not for adults. PALGRAVE COMMUNICATIONS, 5:133 2019.11
Papers Meng X, Ishii T, Sugimoto K, Song R, Moriguchi Y, Watanabe K Smiling enemies: Young children better recall mean individuals who smile. Journal of experimental child psychology188 104672 2019.12
Papers Wang, Y., Park, YH., Henderson, A., Itakura, S., Furuhata, N., Kanda, T., & Ishiguro, H. Infants’ perceptions of cooperation between a human and robot. Infant and Child Development, e2161 2019.12
Papers Yamamoto, Y., Sato, A., Itakura, S. Transition From Crawling to Walking Changes Gaze Communication Space in Everyday Infant-Parent Interaction. Frontier in Psychology, V.10. article 2987 2020.1
Papers Okumura, Y., Kanakogi, Y., Kobayashi, T., & Itakura, S. Ostension affects infant learning more than attention. Cognition,195 2020.2
Papers Ishikawa, M., Senju A., & Itakura, S. Learning Process of Gaze Following:1Computational Modelling Based on Reinforcement Learning. Frontier in Psychology (in press)
Presentations Kosuke Taniguchi, Kana Kuraguchi, Yukuo Konishi Do ‘No’ response arise from the same processing as ‘Yes’?: A two-stage model for object detecton using fragmented contours 15th Asia-Pacific Conference on Vision 2019.7
Presentations Masaharu Kato, Makiko Toyoura, Kyoichi Amagami, Yasuko Funabiki, Yukuo Konishi Face scanning pattern of individuals with ASD changes after the treatment of sleep disorder European Conference on Eye Movements 2019.8
Presentations Masaharu Kato the development of scan pattern using eye-tracking technology BPS-JSDP Joint Workshop at Japan Society of Developmental Psychology 2020.3
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