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  1. A dataset for the perceived vulnerability to disease scale in Japan before the spread of COVID-19
  2. How you warn changes how they behave ethically...Is this real?
  3. The Many Smiles Collaboration: A Multi-Lab Test of the Facial Feedback Hypothesis
  4. Questionable research practices following pre-registration
  5. Task Difficulty Modulates the Disrupting Effects of Oral Respiration on Visual Search Performance
  6. Opinion statement from Japanese psychologists
  7. How to Crack Pre-registration: Toward Transparent and Open Science
  8. ‘‘Close, and ye shall find’’: eye closure during thinking enhances creativity
  9. Disgust and the rubber hand illusion: a registered replication report of Jalal, Krishnakumar, and Ramachandran (2015)
  10. Manipulating the Alpha Level Cannot Cure Significance Testing
  11. Arousing emoticons edit stream/bounce perception of objects moving past each other
  12. Factor structure, reliability, and validity of the Japanese version of the Disgust Scale-Revised (DS-R-J)
  13. Involuntary protection against dermatosis: A preliminary observation on trypophobia
  14. Manipulating the alpha level cannot cure significance testing – comments on "Redefine statistical significance"
  15. Avoidance of Novelty Contributes to the Uncanny Valley
  16. Trypophobic Discomfort is Spatial-Frequency Dependent
  17. Regular Is Longer
  18. Does weight lifting improve visual acuity? A replication of Gonzalo-Fonrodona and Porras (2013)
  19. When categorization-based stranger avoidance explains the uncanny valley: A comment on MacDorman and Chattopadhyay (2016)
  20. The stuffed animal sleepover: enhancement of reading and the duration of the effect
  21. Crossmodal Modulation of Spatial Localization by Mimetic Words
  22. Factor Structure, Reliability, and Validity of the Japanese Version of the Disgust Propensity and Sensitivity Scale-Revised
  23. Early Visual Perception Potentiated by Object Affordances: Evidence From a Temporal Order Judgment Task
  24. Placing joy, surprise and sadness in space: a cross-linguistic study
  25. Fear of eyes: triadic relation among social anxiety, trypophobia, and discomfort for eye cluster
  26. Object Affordances Potentiate Responses but Do Not Guide Attentional Prioritization
  27. Emotion biases voluntary vertical action only with visible cues
  28. Post-determined emotion: motor action retrospectively modulates emotional valence of visual images
  29. Awareness shaping or shaped by prediction and postdiction: Editorial
  30. Scents boost preference for novel fruits
  31. Weight lifting can facilitate appreciative comprehension for museum exhibits
  32. Più mosso: Fast self-motion makes cyclic action faster in virtual reality
  33. Time-to-Contact Estimation Modulated by Implied Friction
  34. Appraisal of Space Words and Allocation of Emotion Words in Bodily Space
  35. Gaze-cueing of attention distorts visual space
  36. Pattern randomness aftereffect
  37. Localizing Non-Retinotopically Moving Objects
  38. I speak fast when I move fast: the speed of illusory self-motion (vection) modulates the speed of utterances
  39. One's own name distorts visual space
  40. Categorization difficulty is associated with negative evaluation in the “uncanny valley” phenomenon
  41. The role of orientation processing in the scintillating grid illusion
  42. Illusory line motion and transformational apparent motion during continuous flash suppression1
  43. Directionless Vection: A New Illusory Self-Motion Perception
  44. Emotional Sounds Influence Vertical Vection
  45. Emotion colors time perception unconsciously
  46. Extrinsic Motivation Underlies Precise Temporal Production
  47. Temporal course of position shift for a peripheral target
  48. Narcissistic People Cannot Be Moved Easily by Visual Stimulation
  49. Erroneous selection of a non-target item improves subsequent target identification in rapid serial visual presentations
  51. The Jaggy Diamonds Illusion
  52. Invisible motion contributes to simultaneous motion contrast
  53. The Scintillating Grid Illusion: Influence of Size, Shape, and Orientation of the Luminance Patches
  54. Audiovisual tau effect
  56. Dividing attention between two different categories and locations in rapid serial visual presentations
  57. How an abrupt onset cue can release motion-induced blindness
  58. Memory displacement of an object with motion lines
  59. Mislocalization of a target toward subjective contours: attentional modulation of location signals
  60. Two noncontiguous locations can be attended concurrently: Evidence from the attentional blink
  61. Does one's name attract visual attention?