Chai-Youn Kim
Chai-Youn Kim
Professor of Psychology, Korea University
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Psychophysical magic: rendering the visible ‘invisible’
CY Kim, R Blake
Trends in cognitive sciences 9 (8), 381-388, 2005
Learning to see biological motion: brain activity parallels behavior
ED Grossman, R Blake, CY Kim
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 16 (9), 1669-1679, 2004
Binocularity and spatial frequency dependence of calcarine activation in two types of amblyopia
KM Lee, SH Lee, NY Kim, CY Kim, JW Sohn, MY Choi, DG Choi, ...
Neuroscience research 40 (2), 147-153, 2001
Brain activity accompanying perception of implied motion in abstract paintings
CY Kim, R Blake
Spatial Vision 20 (6), 545-560, 2007
On the perceptual reality of synesthetic color
R Blake, TJ Palmeri, R Marois, CY Kim
Synesthesia: Perspectives from cognitive neuroscience, 47-73, 2005
Monocular perceptual deprivation from interocular suppression temporarily imbalances ocular dominance
HW Kim, CY Kim, R Blake
Current Biology 27 (6), 884-889, 2017
Perceptual interaction between real and synesthetic colors
CY Kim, R Blake, TJ Palmeri
Cortex 42 (2), 195-203, 2006
Why is the synesthete's “A” red? Using a five-language dataset to disentangle the effects of shape, sound, semantics, and ordinality on inducer–concurrent relationships in …
NB Root, R Rouw, M Asano, CY Kim, H Melero, K Yokosawa, ...
Cortex 99, 375-389, 2018
Auditory attraction: activation of visual cortex by music and sound in Williams syndrome
TA Thornton-Wells, CJ Cannistraci, AW Anderson, CY Kim, M Eapen, ...
American Journal on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities 115 (2), 172-189, 2010
Attentional processing of emotional faces in schizophrenia: Evidence from eye tracking.
SK Jang, S Kim, CY Kim, HS Lee, KH Choi
Journal of abnormal psychology 125 (7), 894, 2016
Gender differences in neural responses to perceptually invisible fearful face—an ERP study
SA Lee, CY Kim, M Shim, SH Lee
Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 11, 6, 2017
Melodic sound enhances visual awareness of congruent musical notes, but only if you can read music
M Lee, R Blake, S Kim, CY Kim
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (27), 8493-8498, 2015
Familiarity and novelty in aesthetic preference: The effects of the properties of the artwork and the beholder
J Song, Y Kwak, CY Kim
Frontiers in psychology 12, 694927, 2021
[i] is lighter and more greenish than [o]: Intrinsic association between vowel sounds and colors
HW Kim, H Nam, CY Kim
Multisensory Research 31 (5), 419-437, 2018
Sequential effects in preference decision: Prior preference assimilates current preference
S Chang, CY Kim, YS Cho
PloS one 12 (8), e0182442, 2017
Non-conscious perception of emotions in psychiatric disorders: the unsolved puzzle of psychopathology
SA Lee, CY Kim, SH Lee
Psychiatry investigation 13 (2), 165, 2016
Watercolor illusion induced by synesthetic colors
CY Kim, R Blake
Perception 34 (12), 1501-1507, 2005
Both “나” and “な” are yellow: Cross-linguistic investigation in search of the determinants of synesthetic color
E Shin, CY Kim
Neuropsychologia 65, 25-36, 2014
Graphemes sharing phonetic features tend to induce similar synesthetic colors
MJ Kang, Y Kim, JY Shin, CY Kim
Frontiers in psychology 8, 226989, 2017
Revisiting the perceptual reality of synesthetic color
CY Kim, R Blake
The Oxford Handbook of Synesthesia, 283-316, 2013
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