Masami K Yamaguchi Laboratory Department of Psychology,Chuo University

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Wakayo Yamashita, Ph.D.

Department of Information Science and Biomedical Engineering,
Graduate School of Science and Engineering
Kagoshima University
1-21-40, Korimoto, Kagoshima
890-0065, JAPAN
Phone : +81-99-285-3302
E-mail:wyamashita@ibe.kagoshima-u.ac.jp, k3544891@kadai.jp

Publications
Articles Yamashita, W., Niimi, R., Kanazawa, S., Yamaguchi, M.K., & Yokosawa, K.(2014). Three-quarter view preference for three-dimensional objects in 8-month-old infants. Journal of Vision, 14(4):5,1-10

Yamashita, W., Kanazawa. S., Yamaguchi, M.K. (2014). Tolerance of geometric distortions in infant's face recognition.Infant Behavior and Development, 37, 16-20.

Yamashita, W., Kanazawa. S., Yamaguchi, M.K. (2012). The effect of gaze direction on three-dimensional face recognition in infants.Vision Research, 68, 14-18.

Yamashita, W., Kanazawa, S., Yamaguchi M.K., & Kakigi, R. (2012). The effect of gaze direction on three-dimensional face recognition in infant brain activity.NeuroReport, 23(13), 799-803.

Yamashita, W., Kanazawa, S., & Yamaguchi M.K. (2011). Infant learning ability for recognizing artificially-produced three-dimensional faces and objects. Journal of Vision, 11(6):9, 1-11

Yamashita, W., Wang, G., Tanaka, K. (2010). View-invariant object recognition ability develops after discrimination, not mere exposure, at several viewing angles. European Journal of Neuroscience, 31(2), pp.327-335.

Wang, G., Obama, S., Yamashita, W., Sugihara, T., & Tanaka, K. (2005). Prior experience of rotation is not required for recognizing objects seen from different angles. Nature Neuroscience, 8(12),1568-1575.

Presentations
Yamashita, W., Niimi, R., Kanazawa, S., Yamaguchi M.K. & Yokosawa, K. (2013). Three-quarter view preference for three-dimensional objects in 8-month-old infants. The 9th Asia-Pacific Conference on Vision. (Suzhou, China).

Yamashita, W., Kanazawa, S., Yamaguchi M. K., & Kakigi, R. (2012). Gaze direction affects the 3D face recognition in infant. 43rd NIPS International Symposium: Face Perception and Recognition. (Okazaki, Japan).

Yamashita, W., Kanazawa, S., & Yamaguchi, M.K.(2012) The effect of gaze direction on three-dimensional face recognition in infants. 18th Biennial International Conference on Infant Studies. (Minneapolis, USA).

Yamashita, W., Kanazawa, S., & Yamaguchi, M.K. (2011).The effect of gaze direction on 3D face learning in infants. Vision Sciences Society 11th Annual Meeting. (Florida, USA).

Yamashita, W., Kanazawa, S., & Yamaguchi, M. K. (2010). The effect of gaze direction in the artificially-produced face learning. 41th NIPS International Symposium. (Okazaki, Japan).

Yamashita, W., Kanazawa, S., & Yamaguchi, M.K. (2010). Infant learning ability for recognizing artificially-produced 3D objects. Vision Sciences Society 10th Annual Meeting. (Florida, USA).

Yamashita, W., Wang, G., Takehara, S., Uruu, M., Tanaka, K. (2008). Discrimination of similar objects within individual viewing angles prepares immediate view-invariant recognition of the objects. Neuroscience 2008, 791.15, Washington D.C.

Yamashita, W., Suzuki, W,. Obama, S., Hayashi, J., Wang. G. (2005). View-association learning depends on the familiarization of the views. Neuroscience 2005, 192.9, Washington D.C.

Wang, G., Honma, A., Obama, S., Yamashita, W., Sugihara, T., Tanaka. K. (2004). View-invariant object discrimination depends on image familiarity. Neuroscience 2004, 82.12, San Diego.

Grants
Grant-in-Aid for Young Scientists(B), by Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS). 2011 Apr.-2013 Mar.(Research Project Number:23700323)