Internatoinal Journals

  • 2020
    Umesawa Y*, Atsumi T*, Chakrabarty M, Fukatsu R, Ide M. (2020) GABA concentration in the left ventral premotor cortex associates with sensory hyper-responsiveness in autism spectrum disorders without intellectual disability. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 14,482. website
  • Ide M*, Atsumi T*, Chakrabarty M*, Yaguchi A, Umesawa Y, Fukatsu R, Wada M. (2020) Neural basis of extremely high temporal sensitivity: Insights from a patient with autism. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 14, 340. [*co-first authors] website
  • Umesawa Y*, Matsushima K, Atsumi T, Kato T, Fukatsu R, Wada M, Ide M*. (2020) Altered GABA concentration in brain motor area is associated with the severity of motor disabilities in individuals with autism spectrum disorder, Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders.website
  • Wada M*, Ide M, Ikeda H, Sano M, Tanaka A, Suzuki M, Agarie H, Kim S, Tajima S, Nishimaki K, Fukatsu R, Nakajima Y, Miyazaki M (2020) Cutaneous and stick rabbit illusions in individuals with autism spectrum disorder, Scientific Reports. 10, 1665. website
  • 2019
    Wada M*, Ide M, Atsumi T, Sano Y, Shinoda Y, Furuichi T, Kansaku K. (2019) Rubber tail illusion is weakened in Ca2+-dependent activator protein for secretion 2 (Caps2)-knockout mice, Scientific Reports, 7, 7552. website
  • Ide, M*, Yaguchi, A, Sano, M, Fukatsu, R, & Wada, M (2019) Higher tactile temporal resolution as a basis of hypersensitivity in individuals with autism spectrum disorder. Journal of Autism and Delopmental Disorders,49(1), pp44-53. website
  • 2018
    Hidaka, S*, Suzuish, Y, Ide, M, Wada, M. (2018) Effects of spatial consistency and individual difference on touch-induced visual suppression effect. Scientifi Reports, 8, 17018.website
  • Atsumi, T*, Ide, M, & Wada, M*. (2018) Spontaneous discriminative response to the biological motion displays involving a walking conspecific in mice. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. website
  • 2017
    Ide, M* & Wada, M* (2017) Salivary oxytocin concentration associates with the subjective feeling of body ownership during the rubber hand illusion. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 11, 166. website
  • 2016
    Ide, M*, Hidaka, S*, Ikeda, H & Wada, M (2016) Neural mechanisms underlying touch-induced visual perceptual suppression: An fMRI study. Scientific Reports, 6, 37301. website
  • Wada, M, Takano, K, Ora, H, Ide, M, & Kansaku, K*. (2016) Rubber tail illusion as evidence of body ownership in mice. The Journal of Neuroscience, 36(43), 11133-11137. website
  • Ide, M & Wada, M* (2016) Periodic visuotactile stimulation slowly enhances the rubber hand illusion in individuals with high autistic traits. Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience,10(21). website
  • Wada, M* & Ide, M (2016) Rubber hand presentation modulates visuotactile interference effect, especially in people with high autistic traits. Experimental Brain Research, 234(1), 51-65. Website
    ~2015
  • Hidaka, S* & Ide, M (2015) Sound can suppress visual perception. Scientific Reports, 5, 10483. website
  • Ide, M* & Hidaka, S* (2013) Tactile stimulation can suppress visual perception. Scientific Reports, 3, 3453. Website
  • Ide, M* & Hidaka, S (2013) Visual presentation of hand image modulates visuo-tactile temporal order judgment. Experimental Brain Research, 228(1),43-50. website
  • Ide, M* (2013) The effect of "anatomical plausibility" of hand angle on the rubber hand illusion. Perception, 42(1), 103-111. website

Proceedings

  • Hidaka, S & Ide,M (2016) Cossmodal perceptual masking effect, International Journal of Psychology, 51, 60-70.
  • Ide, M & Osada, Y (2011) Effects of auditory information on the rubber hand illusion, Journal of Vision, 11(11), 804-804.

Books

  • Yaguchi A, Atsumi T, Ide M*(2020) Tactile Temporal Resolution. Fred R. Volkmar (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Autism Spectrum Disorders. NY, Springer. website.