Wen Wen
Wen Wen
Department of Psychology, Rikkyo University
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The influence of action-outcome delay and arousal on sense of agency and the intentional binding effect
W Wen, A Yamashita, H Asama
Consciousness and Cognition 36, 87-95, 2015
Working memory in spatial knowledge acquisition: Differences in encoding processes and sense of direction
W Wen, T Ishikawa, T Sato
Applied Cognitive Psychology 25 (4), 654-662, 2011
The Sense of Agency during Continuous Action: Performance Is More Important than Action-Feedback Association
W Wen, A Yamashita, H Asama
PloS ONE 10 (4), e0125226, 2015
Does delay in feedback diminish sense of agency? A review
W Wen
Consciousness and Cognition 73, 2019
Individual differences in the encoding processes of egocentric and allocentric survey knowledge
W Wen, T Ishikawa, T Sato
Cognitive science 37 (1), 176-192, 2013
The sense of agency in driving automation
W Wen, Y Kuroki, H Asama
Frontiers in psychology 10, 2691, 2019
Control changes the way we look at the world
W Wen, P Haggard
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 30 (4), 603-619, 2018
The body and objects represented in the ventral stream of the parieto-premotor network
A Murata, W Wen, H Asama
Neuroscience research 104, 4-15, 2016
The sense of agency in perception, behaviour and human–machine interactions
W Wen, H Imamizu
Nature Reviews Psychology 1 (4), 211-222, 2022
Strength of intentional effort enhances the sense of agency
R Minohara, W Wen, S Hamasaki, T Maeda, M Kato, H Yamakawa, ...
Frontiers in psychology 7, 1165, 2016
The influence of goals on sense of control
W Wen, A Yamashita, H Asama
Consciousness and Cognition 37, 83-90, 2015
Modified sensory feedback enhances the sense of agency during continuous body movements in virtual reality
K Aoyagi, W Wen, Q An, S Hamasaki, H Yamakawa, Y Tamura, ...
Scientific reports 11 (1), 2553, 2021
Prediction error and regularity detection underlie two dissociable mechanisms for computing the sense of agency
W Wen, P Haggard
Cognition 195, 104074, 2020
The influence of performance on action-effect integration in sense of agency
W Wen, A Yamashita, H Asama
Consciousness and Cognition 53, 89-98, 2017
Goal-directed movement enhances body representation updating
W Wen, K Muramatsu, S Hamasaki, Q An, H Yamakawa, Y Tamura, ...
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 10, 329, 2016
The readiness potential reflects the reliability of action consequence
W Wen, R Minohara, S Hamasaki, T Maeda, Q An, Y Tamura, ...
Scientific reports 8 (1), 11865, 2018
Divided Attention and Processes Underlying Sense of Agency
W Wen, A Yamashita, H Asama
Frontiers in Psychology 7 (35), 2016
Enhanced perceptual processing of self-generated motion: Evidence from steady-state visual evoked potentials
W Wen, E Brann, S Di Costa, P Haggard
Neuroimage 175, 438-448, 2018
Measurement of the perception of control during continuous movement using electroencephalography
W Wen, A Yamashita, H Asama
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 11, 392, 2017
Continuous estimation of stress using physiological signals during a car race
W Wen, D Tomoi, H Yamakawa, S Hamasaki, K Takakusaki, Q An, ...
Psychology 8 (07), 978, 2017
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