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Michiko Miyazaki
Michiko Miyazaki
Assistant Professor in Department of Social Information Studies, Otsuma Women's University
Verified email at otsuma.ac.jp
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Sound symbolism facilitates word learning in 14-month-olds
M Imai, M Miyazaki, HH Yeung, S Hidaka, K Kantartzis, H Okada, S Kita
PLoS One 10 (2), e0116494, 2015
1072015
Delayed intermodal contingency affects young children's recognition of their current self
M Miyazaki, K Hiraki
Child Development 77 (3), 736-750, 2006
792006
Data fusion of distributed AE sensors for the detection of friction sources during press forming
M Yang, K Manabe, K Hayashi, M Miyazaki, N Aikawa
Journal of Materials Processing Technology 139 (1-3), 368-372, 2003
522003
The facilitatory role of sound symbolism in infant word learning
M Miyazaki, S Hidaka, M Imai, HH Yeung, K Kantartzis, H Okada, S Kita
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 35 (35), 2013
312013
Third-party punishment by preverbal infants
Y Kanakogi, M Miyazaki, H Takahashi, H Yamamoto, T Kobayashi, ...
Nature human behaviour 6 (9), 1234-1242, 2022
292022
Cue-readiness in insight problem-solving
H Suzuki, K Abe, K Hiraki, M Miyazaki
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 23 (23), 2001
262001
The image-scratch paradigm: a new paradigm for evaluating infants' motivated gaze control
M Miyazaki, H Takahashi, M Rolf, H Okada, T Omori
Scientific reports 4 (1), 5498, 2014
212014
The contingency symmetry bias (affirming the consequent fallacy) as a prerequisite for word learning: A comparative study of pre-linguistic human infants and chimpanzees
M Imai, C Murai, M Miyazaki, H Okada, M Tomonaga
Cognition 214, 104755, 2021
142021
Goal constraints in insight problem-solving
H Suzuki, M Miyazaki, K Hiraki
Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Cognitive Science, 159-164, 1999
121999
SOUND SYMBOLISM HELPS INFANTS'WORD LEARNING
M Imai, M Asano, M Miyazaki, H Okada, H Yeung, K Kitajo, G Thierry, ...
The Evolution Of Language, 456-457, 2012
52012
Touching! an augmented reality system for unveiling face topography in very young children
M Miyazaki, T Asai, R Mugitani
Frontiers in human neuroscience 13, 189, 2019
42019
Structural neuroplasticity in computer programming beginners
T Hongo, T Yakou, K Yoshinaga, T Kano, M Miyazaki, T Hanakawa
Cerebral Cortex 33 (9), 5375-5381, 2023
22023
The sense of agency: A key factor in the emergence of self-recognition.
M Miyazaki, H Takahashi, H Okada, K Hiraki
Cognitive studies: bulletin of the Japanese Cognitive Science Society, 2011
22011
Constraint-based approach to individual differences in insight problem-solving
H Suzuki, M Miyazaki, K Hiraki
Shinrigaku Kenkyu: The Japanese Journal of Psychology 74 (4), 336-345, 2003
22003
Cross-referenced body and action for the unified self: empirical, developmental, and clinical perspectives
S Imaizumi, T Asai, M Miyazaki
Body schema and body image: new directions 194, 2021
12021
Video self-recognition in 2-year-olds: detection of spatiotemporal contingency
M Miyazaki
Comparative social cognition, 209-223, 2007
12007
Tracking Action in XR Mark Test Reveals Developing Body Representation Among Toddlers
M Miyazaki, T Asai, N Ban, R Mugitani
2021
“XR Mark Test” Reveals Sensorimotor Body Representation in Toddlers
M Miyazaki, T Asai, N Ban, R Mugitani
bioRxiv, 2021.10. 08.462966, 2021
2021
" Touching! An augmented reality system for unveiling face topography in very young children": Corrigendum.
M Miyazaki, T Asai, R Mugitani
Frontiers Media SA, 2019
2019
The experience of controlling a virtual character affects choice of the character among 8-month-olds
M Miyazaki
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY 51, 1133-1133, 2016
2016
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