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Viewing images of snakes accelerates making judgements of their colour in humans: red snake effect as an instance of ‘emotional Stroop facilitation’
  Shibasaki, Masahiro, Isomura, Tomoko, Masataka, Nobuo (2014-11-05)
  Royal Society Open Science, 1
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Absence of Predispositional Attentional Sensitivity to Angry Faces in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders
  Isomura, Tomoko, Ito, Hiroyasu, Ogawa, Shino, Masataka, Nobuo (2014-12-18)
  Scientific reports, 4
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Near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) in functional research of prefrontal cortex
  Masataka, Nobuo, Perlovsky, Leonid, Hiraki, Kazuo (2015-05-12)
  Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 9
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Delayed disengagement of attention from snakes in children with autism
  Isomura, Tomoko, Ogawa, Shino, Shibasaki, Masahiro, Masataka, Nobuo (2015-03-03)
  Frontiers in psychology, 6
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Goal attribution to inanimate moving objects by Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata)
  Atsumi, Takeshi, Koda, Hiroki, Masataka, Nobuo (2017-01-05)
  Scientific Reports, 7
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Atypical Color Preference in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
  Grandgeorge, Marine, Masataka, Nobuo (2016-12-23)
  Frontiers in Psychology, 7
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Orthographic reading deficits in dyslexic Japanese children: Examining the transposed-letter effect in the color-word Stroop paradigm
  Ogawa, Shino, Shibasaki, Masahiro, Isomura, Tomoko, Masataka, Nobuo (2016-05-09)
  Frontiers in Psychology, 7
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Copying hierarchical leaders' voices? Acoustic plasticity in female Japanese macaques
  Lemasson, Alban, Jubin, Ronan, Masataka, Nobuo, Arlet, Malgorzata (2016-02-16)
  Scientific Reports, 6
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Development of reading ability is facilitated by intensive exposure to a digital children's picture book
  Masataka, Nobuo (2014-05-02)
  Frontiers in Psychology, 5
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The color red distorts time perception for men, but not for women
  Shibasaki, Masahiro, Masataka, Nobuo (2014-07-31)
  Scientific reports, 4
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