Yotsumoto Laboratry was establsihed in June 2012 as a new lab of the Cognitive Behavioral Sciences course, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo.


The laboratory studies experimental psychology and cognitive neurosciences.
We are interested in how micellaneous information is proccessed and integrated to elicit our conscious perception. We recruit behavioral experiments and functional neuroimaging techniques such as EEG and fMRI to reveal the nature of the information processing in our brains. Our research topics are often directly relevant to what we casually think and feel in our everyday lives, and that is the exact reason why we are enchanted by psychology and neurosciences.