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No.Author(s)Yr.TitleJournal/BookVol.PublisherPp.
90yama,T.1956Temporal and spatial factors in figural after-effects.Japanese Psychological Researchno.3@25|36.
11Sagara, M. & Oyama, T.1957Experimental studies on figural aftereffects in Japan.Psychological Bulletin54@327|338.
14Oyama, T.1959A new psychophysical method: Method of transposition or equal-appearing relations.Psychological Bulletin56@74|79.
15Oyama, T.1960Japanese studies on the so-called geometrical optical illusions.Psychologia3@7|20.
16Oyama, T. & Nanri, R.1960The effects of hue and brightness on size perception.Japanese Psychological Research2@13|20.
17Oyama, T. & Yamamura, T.1960The effect of hue and brightness on the depth perception in normal and color-blind subjects.Psychologia3@191|194.
18Oyama, T.1960Figural after-effects as a function of hue and brightness.Japanese Psychological research 2@74|80.
19Oyama, T.1960Figure-ground dominance as a function of sector-angle, brightness, hue and orientation.Journal of Experimental Psychology60@299|305.
23Oyama, T.1961Perceptual grouping as a function of proximity.Perceptual and Motor Skills13@305|306.
24Oyama, T.1961Relation between figure-ground dominance and reversal rate.Perceptual and Motor Skills13@438.
25Oyama, T.1962The effect of hue and brightness on the size-illusion of concentric circles.American Journal of Psychology75@45|55.
26Oyama, T., Tanaka, Y, & Chiba, Y.1962Affective dimensions of colors: A cross-cultural study.Japanese Psychological Research4@78|91.
27Oyama, T. & Akatsuka, R.1962The effect of hue and brightness on the size-illusion of concentric circles: A further study.Japanese Psychological Researc3@129|134.
32Tanaka, Y., Oyama, T., & Osgood, C.E.1963A cross-cultural and@cross-concept study of the generality of semantic spaces.Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior2@392|405.
33Oyama, T. & Haga, J.1963Common factors between figural and phonetic symbolism.Psychologia6@131|144.
35Oyama, T. & Akatsuka, R.1965Effects of color similarity on the size-illusion of triple circles.Perceptual and Motor Skills20@14.
37Oyama, T., Soma, I, Tomiie, T., & Chijiiwa, H.1965A factor analytical study on affective responses to colors.Acta Chromatica1@164|173.
38Oyama, T. & Hsia, Y.1966Compensatory hue shift in simultaneous color contrast as a function of separation between inducing and test fields.Journal of Experimental Psychology71@405|413.
41Oyama, T. & Sato, F.1967Perceived size ratio in stereoscopic vision as a function of convergence, binocular disparity and luminance.Japanese Psychological Research9@1|13.
42Oyama, T.1967Three-dimensional representation of brightness contrast and Stevens' scale of subjective brightness.Vision Research7@503|504.
43Oyama, T.1968A behavioristic analysis of Stevens' magnitude estimation method.Perception and Psychophysics3@317|320.
47Oyama, T.1968Stimulus determinants of brightness constancy and the perception of illumination.Japanese Psychological Research10@146|155.
48Oyama, T.1969S-S relations in psychophysics and R-R correlations in phenomenology.Psychologia12@17|23.
49Oyama, T.1970Visually perceived velocity as a function of aperture size, stripe size, luminance, and motion directions. Japanese Psychological Research12@163|171.
50Iwawaki, S., Oyama, T., Sugiyama, M., Kikuchi, M., and Komatsu, R.1970Development and validation of the Japanese version of the MPI (Mausley Personality Inventory). Japanese Psychological Research12@176|183.
53Oyama, T. & Iwawaki, S.1972Role of convergence and binocular disparity in size constancy.Psychologische Forschung35@117|130.
54Oyama, T. & Ichihara,1973Which determines figural after-effect, retinal size or apparent size?Japanese Psychological Research15@92|98.
55Oyama, T. & Anzai, C.1973A further study on the effects of hue and luminance on the size perception.Acta Chromatica2@164|169.
56Oyama, T. & Jitsumori, M.1973A behavioral study of color mixture in the carp.Vision Research13@2229|2308.
57Oyama, T. & Aoki, H.1974 Reduction of acuity in a brightness contrast situation.Vision Research14@267|269.
58Oyama, T.1974Perceived size and perceived distance in stereoscopic vision and an analysis of their causal relations.Perception and Psychophysics17@175|181.
59Oyama, T.1974Inference of causal relations in perception of space and motion.Psychologia17@166|178.
60Oyama, T.1975Determinants of the Zöllner illusion.Psychological Research37@261|280.
61Oyama, T. & Sato, K.1975Relative similarity of rotated and reversed figures to the original figures as a function of children's age.Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology88@110|117.
62Oyama,T., Yoshioka,I., Ebihara, E., & Katahira, M.1976Causal relations between perceived size and perceived distance in various experimental situations.Hiroshima Forum for Psychology3@29|37.
63Oyama, T.1977Analysis of causal relations in perceptual constancies.@In W. Epstein (Ed.) Stability and constancy in visual perception: Mechanisms and processes.@New York: Wiley183|216.
64Oyama, T.1977Feature analysers, optical illusions, and figural aftereffects.Perception6@401|406.
65Oyama, T.1978Figural aftereffects.In R. Held, H. W. Leibowitz, & H. -L. Teuber (Ed.) Handbook of sensory physiology, VIII: Perception@Berlin: Springer-Verlag569|592.
66Oyama, T. & Yamada, W.1978Perceptual grouping between successively presented stimuli and its relation to visual simultaneity and masking.Psychological Research40@101|112.
72Oyama, T., Mitsuboshi, M. & Kamoshita, T.1980Wavelenghth-specific brightness contrast as a function of surround luminance.Vision Reearch20@127-136.
73Oyama, T., Kikuchi, T., & Ichihara, S.1981Span of attention, backward masking, and reaction time.Perception and Psychophysics29@106|112.
74Oyama, T. & Tanabe, N.1982Expectancy and choice reaction time as a function of stimulus presentation probability and serial dependency.Psychologia25@131|143.
75Oyama, T., Watanabe, T. & Funakawa, M.1983Effects of test-mask similarity on forward and backward masking of pattern by patterns.Psychological Research45@303-313.
76Shigeno, S. & Oyama, T.1983Localization of speech and non-speech sounds.Japanese Psychological Research25@112|117.
77Kikuchi, T., Oyama, T., & Ichihara, S.1983Temporal integration and visual masking of dot patterns successively presented.Japanese Psychological Research25@147|155.
81Oyama, T. & Morikawa, K.1985Temporal development of optical illusions.In J. L. McGaugh (Ed.) Contemporary psychology: Biological processes and theoretical issues. @Amsterdam: North-Holland385|393.
83Oyama, T., Furusaka, T. & Kito, T.1987Color vision tests of Japanese and rehesus monkeys. In D. M. Taub and F. A. King (Eds.)In D. M. Taub and F. A. King (Eds.) Current perspectives in primates biology.@New York: Van Nostrand Rheinhold253|269.
84Oyama, T.1986The effect of stimulus organization on numerosity discrimination.Japanese Psychological Research28@77|86.
85Oyama, T.1987Perceptual studies and their application to environmental design.International Journal of Psychology22@447|451.
86Watanabe, T. & Oyama, T.1998Are illusory contours a cause or consequence of apparent differences in brightness and depth in the Kanizsa square?Perception17@513|521.
88Oyama, T. & Tsuzaki, M.1989A mathematical model of the perceived paths of moving lights in frameless space. Psychological Research, Nihon UniversityNo.10@40|45.
91Hibino, H. & Oyama, T.1989Chromatic adaptation on minimally distinct border and brightness matching in color-normals and deutranopes.Color Research and Application14@113-121.
92Oyama, T. & Ichikawa, S.1990Some experimental studies on imagery in Japan.Journal of Mental Imergery14@185|196.
94Oyama, t., Naito, K. & Naito, H.1994Long-range apparent motion as a result of perceptual oganizationPerception23@269|286.
95Oyama, T., Nagashima, K., Itsukushima, Y., Yokota, M. & Naito, K.1996Memory in young and old adults, and schizophrenic patients. In K. Ishikawa, J. L. McGaugh, & H. Sakata (Eds) Brain Processes and Memory.@Elsevier Science127|133.
96Oyama, T. 1997Guest editorial: Apparent motion as an example of perceptual stability.Perception26@547|551.
97Oyama, T., Yamada, H., & Iwasawa, H.1998Symbolic meanings of computer-generated abstract forms.Psychological Research, Nihon University19@4|9.
98Oyama, T., Yamada, H., & Iwasawa, H.1998Synesthetic tendencies as the basis of sensory symbolism: A review of a series of experiments by means of semantic differential.Psychologia41@203|215.
1000yama, T, Simizu, M., & Tozawa, J.1999Effects of similarity on apparent motion and perceptual grouping.Perception28@739|748.
107Oyama, T., Sato, T, & Suzuki, Y.2001Shaping of scientific psychology in Japan.International Journal of Psychology36@396|406.
109Oyama, T. 2002Affective and symbolic meanings of color, form, and motion: Experimental-psychological approachesProceedings of the 17th Congress of the International Association of Empirical Aesthetics@@47|56.
111Oyama, T., Miyano, H., & Yamada, H.2003Multidimensional scaling of computer-generated abstract forms. In H. Yanai, A. Okada,, K. Shigemasu, Y. Kano, & J. J. Meulman (Eds.)New Developments in Psychometrics@Tokyo: Springer551|558.
113Oyama, T.2003Affective and symbolic meanings of color and form: Experimental psychological Approaches. Empirical Studies of Arts21@137|142.
120Oyama, T., Torii, S., & Mochizuki, T.2005Pioneering studies in the 1930s on perception: An historical background of experimental psychology in Japan. Japanese Psychological Research47@73-87.
126Tozawa, J. & Oyama,T.2006Effects of motion parallax and perspective cues on perceived size and distance. Perception10@89-93.
127Yatabe,K., Oyama, T., Fujiya, H., Kato, H., Seki, H., & Kohno, T. 2006Development and validation of the Japanese preliminary version of the Profile of Mood State for Adolescent (POMS-A). St. Marianna Medical Journal34@539-547.
128Oyama, T. & Goto, T. 2007Editorial: Studies on optical illusions in Japan. Japanese Psychological Research49@1-6.
131Shiina, K. & Oyama, T.2008Remembering Shiro Morinaga.Gestalt Theory 30@6|10.
132Oyama,T.@•@Miyano,H.@2008Quantification of Gestalt laws and proposal of a perceptual state- space model.Gestalt Theory30@29-38.
133Oyama,T., Agostini, T., Kamada, A., Markovic, S., Osaka, E., Sakurai, S., Sarmany-Schuller,I., & Sarris, V. 2008Similarities of form symbolism among various languages and geographical regions. Psychologia(Kyoto)51@170-184.
134Oyama,T2008Development of psychophysics in Japan.Psychological Research50@182-191.
138Wake, H.,Wake, T.& Oyama, T.2014Rotationg goblet and talking profilesF@Does a rotating goblet increase the figural dominance of profiles in Rubin's type of figure-ground reversal patterns?Perception43@1018-1032.

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