SATO Wataru Lab Recent Research

Time course of gamma-band oscillation associated with face processing in the inferior occipital gyrus and fusiform gyrus: A combined fMRI and MEG study

Neural substrates of the ability to recognize facial expressions: A voxel-based morphometry study

Rapid gamma oscillations in the inferior occipital gyrus in response to eyes

Gamma oscillations in the temporal pole in response to eyes

Unconscious affective responses to food

Scientists' personality, values, and well-being

Neuroticism delays detection of facial expressions

The association between perceived social support and amygdala structure

Structural neural substrates of reading the mind in the eyes

Direction of amygdala–neocortex interaction during dynamic facial expression processing

Putamen volume correlates with obsessive compulsive characteristics in healthy population

The structural neural substrate of subjective happiness

Neural mechanisms underlying conscious and unconscious attentional shifts triggered by eye gaze

Emotional attention capture by facial expressions

Spatiotemporal neural network dynamics for the processing of dynamic facial expressions

Common impairments of emotional facial expression recognition in schizophrenia across French and Japanese cultures

Exaggerated perception of facial expressions is increased in individuals with schizotypal traits

Inhibition of emotion-related autonomic arousal by skin pressure

Facial feedback affects valence judgments of dynamic and static emotional expressions

Increased putamen volume in adults with autism spectrum disorder

Impaired overt facial mimicry in response to dynamic facial expressions in high-functioning autism spectrum disorders

Enhanced subliminal emotional responses to dynamic facial expressions

Commonalities and differences in the spatiotemporal neural dynamics associated with automatic attentional shifts induced by gaze and arrows

Reduced representational momentum for subtle dynamic facial expressions in individuals with autism spectrum disorders

Sex differences in the rapid detection of emotional facial expressions

Rapid, high-frequency, and theta-coupled gamma oscillations in the inferior occipital gyrus during face processing

Electrophysiological correlates of the efficient detection of emotional facial expressions

Atypical recognition of dynamic changes in facial expressions in autism spectrum disorders

Rapid and multiple-stage activation of the human amygdala for processing facial signals

Relationships among facial mimicry, emotional experience, and emotion recognition

Common and unique impairments in facial-expression recognition in pervasive developmental disorder-not otherwise specified and Asperger”Ēs disorder

Impaired social brain network for processing dynamic facial expressions in autism spectrum disorders

Recognition memory for faces and scenes

Subcategories of positive emotion

Rapid amygdala gamma oscillations in response to eye gaze

Right hemispheric dominance and interhemispheric cooperation in reflexive attentional shift by gaze

Temporal profile of amygdala gamma oscillations in response to faces

The specific impairment of fearful expression recognition and its atypical development in pervasive developmental disorder

The inversion effect for neutral and emotional facial expressions on amygdala activity

Rapid amygdala gamma oscillations in response to fearful facial expressions

Facial expression arousal level modulates facial mimicry

Impairment of unconscious, but not conscious, gaze-triggered attention orienting in Asperger's disorder

Amygdala integrates emotional expression and gaze direction in response to dynamic facial expressions

Amygdala activity in response to forward versus backward dynamic facial expressions

Automatic attentional shifts by gaze, gestures, and symbols

Representational momentum for dynamic facial expressions in pervasive developmental disorder

Dynamic fearful gaze does not enhance attention orienting in individuals with Asperger's disorder

Misrecognition of facial expressions in delinquents

Dynamic fearful expressions enhance gaze-triggered attention orienting regardless of anxiety level

Facilitation of gaze-triggered attention orienting by a fearful expression and its relationship to anxiety

Detection of emotional facial expressions and anti-expressions

Commonalities in the neural mechanisms underlying automatic attentional shifts by gaze, gestures, and symbols

Cross-cultural reading the mind in the eyes: An fMRI investigation

Anti-expressions: Artificial control stimuli for emotional facial expressions regarding visual properties

Enhanced facial EMG activity in response to dynamic facial expressions

The information processing role of the amygdale in emotion

Time course of superior temporal sulcus activity in response to eye gaze: A combined fMRI and MEG study

Attentional shift by gaze is triggered without awareness

Involvement of medial temporal structures in reflexive attentional shift by gaze

Dynamic facial expressions of emotion induce representational momentum

Emotion elicitation effect of films in a Japanese sample

Spontaneous facial mimicry in response to dynamic facial expressions

Right hemispheric dominance in processing of unconscious negative emotion

Enhanced experience of emotional arousal in response to dynamic facial expressions

Right hemispheric dominance in gaze-triggered reflexive shift of attention in humans

Emotion recognition from facial expressions in a temporal lobe epileptic patient with ictal fear

Characteristics of the involvement of the amygdala in the recognition of emotional expressions: a review of neuropsychological research

The amygdala processes the emotional significance of facial expressions: an fMRI investigation using the interaction between expression and face direction

Enhanced neural activity in response to dynamic facial expressions of emotion: an fMRI study

The dynamic aspects of emotional facial expressions

Eye gaze triggers visuospatial attentional shift in individuals with autism

Seeing happy emotion in fearful and angry faces: Qualitative analysis of the facial expression recognition in a bilateral amygdala damaged patient




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