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To examine the effects of early visual experience on preference for biological motion (BM), newly hatched chicks were exposed to a point-light animation (a visual stimulus composed of identical light points) depicting the following features of a hen: a walking hen (a BM stimulus), a rotating hen (a non-BM stimulus), a pendulum stimulus, a random motion(More)
  • M Miura
  • 1993
The present study investigated the relation between the perceptual task of facial expression, sex difference and cognitive mode. Subjects were 55 male and 26 female Japanese students. Material slides were made from Ekman and Friesen (1975), which represent six type of basic facial emotion. Cognitive mode was measured by CMQ-R (Cognitive Mode(More)
  • M Miura
  • 1987
The intrahemispheric overflow hypothesis was examined by the cognitive-motor interference method. Subjects were 12 right handed male adults. As the concurrent cognitive task the present study employed Milner's recent-memory (verbal and nonverbal) task which was assumed by the author to be related to the frontal lobe function. The motor task was a single(More)
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