Nobuyuki Kawai
Nobuyuki Kawai
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TitleCited byYear
Cognition: numerical memory span in a chimpanzee
N Kawai, T Matsuzawa
Nature 403 (6765), 39, 2000
2172000
An infant chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes) follows human gaze
S Okamoto, M Tomonaga, K Ishii, N Kawai, M Tanaka, T Matsuzawa
Animal Cognition 5 (2), 107-114, 2002
1352002
Rapid detection of snakes by Japanese monkeys (Macaca fuscata): an evolutionarily predisposed visual system.
M Shibasaki, N Kawai
Journal of Comparative Psychology 123 (2), 131, 2009
1232009
Ordering and planning in sequential responding to Arabic numerals by a chimpanzee.
N Kawai
Psychologia: An International Journal of Psychology in the Orient, 2001
832001
A conventional approach to chimpanzee cognition: Response to MD Hauser (2000)
N Kawai, T Matsuzawa
Trends in cognitive sciences 4 (4), 128-129, 2000
782000
Human young children as well as adults demonstrate ‘superior’rapid snake detection when typical striking posture is displayed by the snake
N Masataka, S Hayakawa, N Kawai
PLoS One 5 (11), e15122, 2010
762010
Color classification by chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) in a matching-to-sample task
T Matsuno, N Kawai, T Matsuzawa
Behavioural Brain Research 148 (1-2), 157-165, 2004
722004
Simulator platform that enables social interaction simulation—SIGVerse: SocioIntelliGenesis simulator
T Inamura, T Shibata, H Sena, T Hashimoto, N Kawai, T Miyashita, ...
2010 IEEE/SICE International Symposium on System Integration, 212-217, 2010
672010
Fetal habituation correlates with functional brain development
S Morokuma, K Fukushima, N Kawai, M Tomonaga, S Satoh, H Nakano
Behavioural Brain Research 153 (2), 459-463, 2004
512004
Avoidance learning in the crayfish (Procambarus clarkii) depends on the predatory imminence of the unconditioned stimulus: a behavior systems approach to learning in invertebrates
N Kawai, R Kono, S Sugimoto
Behavioural brain research 150 (1-2), 229-237, 2004
452004
Elimination of the enhanced Simon effect for older adults in a three-choice situation: ageing and the Simon effect in a go/no-go Simon task
N Kubo-Kawai, N Kawai
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 63 (3), 452-464, 2010
372010
Associative learning and memory in a chimpanzee fetus: Learning and long‐lasting memory before birth
N Kawai, S Morokuma, M Tomonaga, N Horimoto, M Tanaka
Developmental Psychobiology: The Journal of the International Society for …, 2004
322004
Japanese monkeys (Macaca fuscata) quickly detect snakes but not spiders: Evolutionary origins of fear-relevant animals.
N Kawai, H Koda
Journal of Comparative Psychology 130 (3), 299, 2016
302016
Distinct aging effects for two types of inhibition in older adults: a near-infrared spectroscopy study on the Simon task and the flanker task
N Kawai, N Kubo-Kawai, K Kubo, T Terazawa, N Masataka
Neuroreport 23 (14), 819-824, 2012
292012
Spiders do not evoke greater early posterior negativity in the event-related potential as snakes
H He, K Kubo, N Kawai
Neuroreport 25 (13), 1049-1053, 2014
232014
Attentional shift by eye gaze requires joint attention: Eye gaze cues are unique to shift attention1
N Kawai
Japanese psychological research 53 (3), 292-301, 2011
232011
The role of attention in the facilitation effect and another “inhibition of return”
S Okamoto-Barth, N Kawai
Cognition 101 (3), B42-B50, 2006
232006
A humanoid in company with children
H Kozima, C Nakagawa, N Kawai, D Kosugi, Y Yano
4th IEEE/RAS International Conference on Humanoid Robots, 2004. 1, 470-477, 2004
232004
Breaking snake camouflage: Humans detect snakes more accurately than other animals under less discernible visual conditions
N Kawai, H He
PloS one 11 (10), e0164342, 2016
212016
Marmoset monkeys evaluate third-party reciprocity
N Kawai, M Yasue, T Banno, N Ichinohe
Biology letters 10 (5), 20140058, 2014
212014
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