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Takeichi Masaru

Takeichi Masaru
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Papers (2):
  • Adding Vertical Lines to a Face Increases Perceived Sadness. 2013. 25. 1. 1-7
  • Effect of Eye Movement on Position Underestimation of Occluded Moving Object. 2009. 44. 2
Lectures and oral presentations  (6):
  • Effects of aging in cognitive and anticipated properties of the moving object
    (European Conference on Visual Perception 2016 2016)
  • Effect of color and color-word cues on the following color-word discrimination task : aging study
    (2013)
  • Effect of color and word cues on the following color discrimination task in the elderly
    (2012)
  • Representational velocity of the subject after occlusion during position anticipation task
    (2010)
  • Discussion on anticipated velocity slowdown of occluded object and eye movement
    (2008)
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Works (8):
  • Effect of color and color-word cues on the following color-word discrimination task : aging study
    Satoko Ohtsuka, Masaru Takeichi, Takeharu Seno 2013 -
  • Effect of color and word cues on the following color discrimination task in the elderly
    2012 -
  • Representational velocity of the subject after occlusion during position anticipation task
    Arai T, Fujita K, Takeichi M 2010 -
  • Relative Contributions of Non-visual Information to the Position Estimates of a Moving Hand
    Tanaka H, Takeichi M 2009 -
  • Discussion on anticipated velocity slowdown of occluded object and eye movement
    Takeichi M, Fujita K, Tanaka H 2008 -
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Education (2):
  • 1986 - 1988 University of Tsukuba Graduate School, Division of Physical Education
  • 1982 - 1986 University of Tsukuba School of Health and Physical Education
Work history (3):
  • 2009/04/01 - 現在 Kokushikan University
  • 2007/04/01 - 2009/03/31 Kokushikan University
  • Associate Professor
Association Membership(s) (1):
JAPAN SOCIETY OF GOLF SCINECES
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