Hiroyuki Tsubomi, Ph.D.

Associate professor, University of Toyama, JAPAN

Contact

Gofuku 3190, Toyama-shi, Toyama, (Zipcode)930-8555, JAPAN.

E-mail: htsubomi@gmail.com

Research Interest

My lab studies capacity limits of visual consciousness and working memory, using a combination of psychophysical and electrophysiological methods.

Selected papers

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  • Fukuda, K., Pereira, A. E., Saito, J. M., Tang, T. Y., Tsubomi, H., & Bae, G. (submitted) Working memory content is distorted by its use in perceptual comparisons. PsyArXiv.

  • Sone, H., Kang, M.-S., Li, A. Y., Tsubomi, H., & Fukuda, K. (2021) Simultaneous estimation procedure reveals object-based, but not space-based, dependence of visual working memory representations. Cognition. 209, 104579.

  • Tsubomi, H., & Watanabe, K. (2017) Development of visual working memory and distractor resistance in relation to academic performance. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 154, 98-112.

  • Tsubomi, H., Fukuda, K., Watanabe, K., & Vogel, E. K. (2013) Neural limits to representing objects still within view. The Journal of Neuroscience, 33, 8257-8263.

  • Tsubomi, H., Ikeda, T., & Osaka, N. (2012) Primary visual cortex scales individual’s perceived brightness with power function: Inner psychophysics with fMRI. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 38, 1341-1347.

  • Tsubomi, H., Ikeda, T., Hanakawa, T., Hirose, N., Fukuyama, H., & Osaka, N. (2012) Dissociable neural activations of conscious visibility and attention. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 24, 496-506.

  • Tsubomi, H., Ikeda, T., Hanakawa, T., Hirose, N., Fukuyama, H., & Osaka, N. (2009) Connectivity and signal intensity in the parieto-occipital cortex predicts top-down attentional effect in visual masking: an fMRI study based on individual differences. Neuroimage, 45, 587-597.